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£>ales. ijy gurtfon* FRIDAY, 2nd JANUARY, 1863. The Suburb of "GLADSTONE." THE ESTATE OF MR. T. J. WHITE, On the Bank of the Waiopai, Great Nobih Road. THIS Beautiful Estate has been kid off in Allotments, and the Blocks intersected by streets one chain in width. The Sections abutting on the Main Road must, as this suburb gets settled (as it will rapidly do), become Valuablo Business Sites for the supply of residents, as well as on account of tho road traffic. Regarding the other allotments — for Villa Residences no part in the vicinity of Invercargill can bear favorable comparison. The Maps ore now on view at the of Messrs. Mueller & Giesow, Surveyors, Tay-street • and at the office of the Auctioneers. The first Sale will take place on Friday, the 2nd day of January next, at Two o'clock p.m. CALDER, BLACKLOCK & CO., Auctioneers. 3rd December, 18C2. Preliminary Notice. TTAMILTON and PROCTER, have reJUL eeived instructions to sell 150 head of superior Cattle. Largo proportion fit for the butcher. To be deliveied early in January. BARWHEYS ESTATE. pOBERTSON & CO. have received inJA) structions from Mr. James Ritchie to Sell by Public Auction, at the Ro3 - al Hotel, The above splendid Property, consisting of 70 Sections in one of the most improving and salubrious localities, only one mile from the Post Office. Date of sale in a futuae advertisement. Plans ot same can bo seen at the ofliccs of the Undersigned. ROBERTSON & CO. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Land in 1-acre Sections, for Sale near Town. TJOHERTSON nml CO. have been falv vored with instruetioTis from Mr. Hugh Ward, to offer for public auction, at the Royal Hotel, li l-.Acrc peel ions, pnrt of section 72, Block 2, Invercargill District. Plans to be seen at our offices. Date of sale in a future advertisement. The Auctioneers wish to call the attention of parties to this truly splendid property, onl 2 .V miles from town; a good bush in front of the properly. Provincial Sale Yards, DunedinTo Squatters, Sheep Breeder?, Farmers, Dealers and Others. Important Pale of Rnmbouillot and Saxony Rams and Ewes from the best Flocks in Victoria. DRIVER, lUACLKAN and CO. are favored with instructions from Henry Bealtie. Esq., lo sell by auction on Wednesday, 7th January. l^'J.'i, at 12 o'clock, The follnwins; lots of very choice pure bred Rambouiilot and Saxony rams and ewes. 10 two-toothed RMinhouillet rains 73 do do Saxony do l(i0 do do pure merino do ;">') do do Saxony do 100 do do Snsony do 110 do iln pure merino do ISi > four nnd six-toothed pure merino do 2o'.i> two-toothed pure merino ewes (bred by John Bell, Esq., at Warrambcen). The above sheep have been .Tire led with £-reat care by Mr. Beattie from the flock of the i'ullowcelt'brnted breeders" Messrs. Wm. Depraves and Co.. Colitan Park; Thomas Austin, Esq., Barwan Park; Ji»hn Bel. I'l so;.. WarrmnbePii ; and Messrs. (r. p.nd A. Chenery, Devil's River. Catalogue with Pedigrees, &c, are now being prepared. ROBERTSON AND CO-, HOLD TV E E K L V SALES AT TTIK FIIISCE OF WALES STOCK YARDS, EVERY WEDNESDAY, At 12 o'clock, Sharp. WEDNESDAY, 31st DECEMBER. CLUTIIA lUVER. PROVINCE OF OTAGO. FINE. OPPORTUNITY OF INVESTING IN FREEHOLDS. TIJESSRS. CALDER, BLACKLOCK & I'l CO.. have received posititivc instructions to sell by public auction, on Wednesday, r.lst DeeeirbeY, ISG2, at 11 o'clock sharp, at the Piincc of Wnlcs Hotel, ONE HUNDRED FREEHOLD SECTIONS In the Government Township of KAITANGATA, and the south extention thereof. The situation rf the township is on the banks of the Clutlia river, found by government survey to be navigable to the DUNSTAN GOLDFIELDS. It is seven miles from the entrance of the river, and has a depth of 16 feet of water at its hanks. The Otago Government have now subsidised a seventy horse-power steamer to run to the Tuapeka, Moa Flat, and Duns tan Golclfielils, in connection with the pres°ut .steamer from Dunedin, — thus opening up the future trade of the town, and making it the groat depot. Kaitangata is now a port of entry, and has the custom-house, police office, stores, and other buildings on the town. 'j he government are now makinff a metalled road fiom the town to join the main south road. A coal seam, which runs through the town, is baing worked on the adjoining block ; and an extensive Government Bush is reserved for the use of the town, suitable for building or domestic uses. The Kaitangata Lake hounds the town behind, with the Clutha River in its front, surrounded by large farms and an extensive area of agricultural land, — which make it a desirable and healthy abode, and the future MART AND EMPORIUM For supplying the whole of the Goldfields, sheep stations, and farms along the whole lino of the Molyneux llivcr. The Auctioneers feel warranted in drawing the attention of purchasers to this desirable property. Title guaranteed. Upscfc Price — £6 10s. per section. Terms : — Over 1.50, one half cash, balance at three months at Bank interest. Solicitor to the Estate, George Cook, Esq., Dunedin, — whose charge for conveyances is ONL i r ONE GUINEA AND-A-HALF ig^p Maps on view at the Auctioneers. nnENDERS will be received till noon of JL Wednesday, tho 31 st Dec, for constructing a culvert in Dee-street, according to specifications to be seen at this office. By order, " J. C. HUNTER, Clerk to Town Board. Town Board Office, luvercargill. Dec. 24; 1862.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Southland Times, Volume I, Issue 15, 30 December 1862

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Southland Times, Volume I, Issue 15, 30 December 1862