Sab % &tttftm, GfiEAT LAND SALE. IMESSRS. N. EDWARDS AND CO; •*•"-»- will sell by AUCTION, at their Warehouae, Trafalgar-street, on SATURDAY, the sth June, at Twelve o'clock precisely, the under-mentioned v»- " IuabIePKOPERTIES:— Six acres of FREEHOLD LAND, situated in Brook-street Valley, next to Mr. Dolamore's property; in lots to suit purchasers. All the unsold part of Town Acre, No. 415, situated at the corner of Tasman-street and Nile-street East, and opposite the Prince Albero Hbtel. Also, the unsold part of Acre, No. 303, fronting to Grove-street, and near the' New Bridge in Collingwood-street. Twenty-four acres of very valuable Land, in the valley of the north branch of tha Maitai River. ' - All that New Building, adjoining the mud-flat, expressly adapted for a working-man's lodging-house, together with fifty feet of land frontage, by seventy feet deep. Likewise, a Freehold Estate, comprising thirty acres, more or less, on the mud-flat, presenting an eligible opportunity of realizing - a fortune for very little money. .This lot will be sold by.PRIVATE CONTRACT. Plans may be seen, and other particulars'obtained at the Office of the Auctioneers, on TUESDAY, tho Ist JUNE.- ■ • A very low upset price will be declared, beyond - which the sale will be absolute and without reserve. \ Nelson, 25th May, 1858. PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF SALE BY AUCTION* AT RICHMOND. ■MfflfimE ATKEN has received uistnic- *-* troiis from Mr. Thomas Kite (who purposes enter-' ing into another kind of business) to submitio PUBLIC COMPETITION, on the. Premises, Richmond, the whole of his very valuable STOCK OF HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, HAY, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, and STOCK-IN-TRADE of the STORE. Also, a splendid GRAZING. SECTION of Fifty Acres, in the neighbourhood;.all substantially fenced and divided into paddocks, with a most comfortable two-storey DWELLING-HOIJSE thereon. :;. of the above ; will appear in The Colonist of Tuecday next. .". -"' .-. Nelson, May 27,1858, ." •, ; .. "' A CARD.—T. B. LOUISSON, House* -^- Painter, Decorator, &c, Bridge-street. ACARD.—B. GAUKROGER, Butcher* opposite Gentry's Royal Hotel. ACARD.— J. A. PACKER, Turner, Hardy-6tree.t. [near the Government Offices.) MR. R. P. OUTRIDGE, Custom House Agent, Wharfinger, Wholesale and Retail . Stores, Gibbs' Wharf and Stores, Collingwood T JOYCE, WATCH and CLOCK- ** • MAKER, Haven Road, Nelson. Repairs executed with despatch, charges moderate. aWtch ' Glasses (best quality) fitted at Is. each. No credit given. - JOHN TURNER, Tailor, has RE*J MOVED to Hardy-street, near the Waimearoad. SUTHERLAND AND HIBBLE, *^ PAINTERS AND GRAINERS. Sashes primed and glazed, at Bd. per .foot Apply to Mr. Matthews, Butcher, Bridgestreet. WANDERER'S REST, COLLINGWOOD. H. INGHAM, (late of the tubf hotel, stokb.) TN returning thanks for past favors while ■*- living in Nelson, Stoke, and the Waimea, bega to inform his friends and the .public generally, that ha has OPENED spacious and commodious premises at COLLINGWOOD, called the WANDERER'S REST, « and laid in a ffrst-rate Stock of .Liquors, Cordials, isc ' H. I. will be happy to see' any of his old friends and datrons whenever they may visit Collingwood. DOWN AGAIN. DOWN AGAIN. W MATTHEWS, Butcher, bega to thank • his patrons for their liberal support during the last twelve months; and wishes to inform them that he has reduced his prices, and trusts, by strict attention, to merit a share of their patronage: PRICES. Beef .. .. fid. to Bd. perlb. Mutton.. .. 4d. to 7d. „ - Fore-quarter .. sd. ~ Hind ditto .. 7d. „ By the side ..- 6d. „ / By the carcass .. 6d. „ Pork .. .. 7d. to Bd. „ ' Veal .. .. 6d. to Bd. „ Bridge-street, April Ist, 1858. FOR SALE, a very useful MARE, rising 4 years old) thoroughly broken to Saddle, and Harness. Apply to J. & A. McARTNEY,. , Bridge street. May 31,1858. OPENING OF THE NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL* THE NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL, *• Hardy-street, will be OPENED for DIVINE SERVICE, d.v.. on FRIDAY, JUNE 18th, at 7 o'clock p.m., when a SERMON - will be Preached by the Rev. J. WARREN. On SUNDAY, June 20th, THREE SERMONS will be Preached. That in the MORNING, at 11, by the. Rev. E. THOMAS. In the AFTERNOON, at 3, by W. BEATSON, Esq. In the EVENING, at half. past 6, by the Rev. P. CALDER." A PUBLIC TEA MEETING on TUESDAY, the 22nd, at 6 o'clock Precisely. ADMISSION, by TICKET, 2s. each. To be obtained from Rev. J. WARREN, Messrs. R. BURN, T. FOY, B. CRISP, DA WES, and W. JENKINS. Also at Stoke, from Mr. SONGER; Richmond, Mr. WALLIS; Spring Grove, Mr. Bottrell;'Wakefield. Mr. MEARS. The Tea will be followed by a PUBLIC MEETING. Chair to be taken at 7 o'clock^ A COLLECTION will be made in connection with each Service. CHILDREN'S TEA MEETING on WEDNESDAY, at 3 p.m. Admission Is. each. WANTED a first-rate MILLINER * * AND DRESSMAKER. Only those that are thoroughly competent will be treated with. Apply to Mrs. GREEN, Milliner, Dressmaker, &c, Trafalgar-street, next door to the Bank. • MR. P. M'FARLANE, Teacher of Dancing, begs to state that his stay in the Province of Nelson will be three or four months only. For SALE, that large and substantial BUILDING lately erected in Gloucester-street, Nelson, as a Dwelling House and Dancing. Academy. Apply to Mr. P. M'FARLANE, or to Mr. W, WILKIE, Bridge-street. May 17.

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