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PROCTER'S GRAND ART UNION. •PS79 Worth of Valuabl ° Goods » con - eisting of — GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES CHAINS, BROOCHES, LOCKETS, EAR RINGS, And articles of utility and ornament, will be distributed to 372 subscribers, on the principle oi tho Art Union of London. T. R. P. invites tho publio to call at his establishment, and inspect the goods. Each article is entered at the lowset retail price, and warranted according to catalogue. Subscribers' tiokets now on sale at T. R. PROCTER'S, Watchmaker ; and at BRACKEN'S QUEENSTOWN HOTEL, Revell street, Hokitika. TT is notified, for general information, that, JL at a date to be particularised in a future notice, probably in the month of November, 1865, the Provincial Government of the Pr6vince of Hawko's Bay will offer for sale, and lease the valuable lands, a description of whichis hereafter given. The districts in which these lands are situate have only recently been acquired from the native proprietors, and no land hols been sold in them. 1. — The township of " consisting of about 600 town sections. This township will be sold by public auction, and offers unusual advantages for settlement. It is situated on the Wairoa, a river navigablo for m .ny miles from its mouth, with a vast country containing largo blocks of rich agricultural laud, and also an extensive pastoral district. The Provincial Government have about two hundred thousand acres in this district to open up for settlement, the whole of this country is at present unoccupied, aud will be offered for public competition. 2. — Suburban land adjoining the township This block will be laid out in lots of from ten to sixty aores, and is nearlyall rich agricultural land, a great deal of it abutting on the Wairoa River. It will be disposed of by public auction. 3. — Agricultural land, adjoining tho suburban land at tho Wairoa, and Mahia, and in differont parts of the Wairoa and adjacent districts. There is a large extent of really fine agricultural land to bo brought into the market from time to time, as demand for it occurs. This laud will be surveyed, and laid out in sections, suitable for tho occupa'ion uf agrioultural settlers, and will be sold to the first applicant at one pound per acre. Land for commonage will be reserved, adjacent to each block of agricultural land, for 14 years, equal in exteut to the quantity of land sold or oftered for sale. ' 4.— Pastoral land, about (120,000) one hundred and twenty thousand acres of land, suitable f.'V sheep runs situate in Wairoa, and adjacont districts, will be divided into blocks not exceeding, iv any case, ten thousand acres, and bo leased, by publio auction, for fourteen years to the highest bidder. The sanction of the Legislature has to be obtained beforo these runs can be disposed of. 6. — Township of the Mahia. This township will consist of about 200 town seotions. It is situate at the — — — ■ < the shipping place of the Mahia Peninsula and adjacent districts. The land is good in the vicinity, and tho Crown has a largo acreage there for disposal. This township will be sold by public auction. 6.— Suburban land, at the Mahia, adjacont to the township, and of good quality, will bo sold in lots of from ten to sixty aores, by public auction. 7.~About six thousand aores of the Ahuriri Plains, well known to bo tho richest agricultural land in tho colony, and immediately adjoining the Township of Napier. These blocks are held in lease from tho natives for periods of twenty-one and twenty. two years, and will be leased, by publio auction, in lots, suitable for the settlement of an agricultural population for like periods. A future notice will bo issued, giving the day on which these valuable lands will be thrown open to the public, and particulars as to upset price, size of lots, &c, will ho published. Settlors desiring to make permanent homes are invited to inspect tho districts about to be opened for settlement j they will find the Jand ot excellent quality, aud the Do N t£M.'[a! inN " ZMI « ld - Superintendent, Province of Hawke's Bay. HARBOR DEPARTMENT. ATC-TlCE—There will be an anchor and chain, and lino attached, on the South bpit, and boat and boat's crow in readiness at high water, every tide, to assist any vessel commg over tho bar. When the bar is only it for steamers to take, a red flag w ill bo By order, J. KERLEY, Harbor Master. QHRiSTciiuncii AQKNCY.^-Mr AG~Ste^u7 \ High street, Chmtohurch, has been an pointed agent fo* this paper, andis «uth oi £ to receive advertisements fand sub SC riptioj 8 flfll TATTON, B,id fe e s"^tT^7l^n ■"■*• apponjtccUgcnt for this paper' ntNtion and i> authorised to rt^vo* olvertLmwS and subscriptions. «i"«.mi.nts

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, West Coast Times, Issue 34, 22 August 1865

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 West Coast Times, Issue 34, 22 August 1865

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