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PUBLIC SALE OF LAND. j MESSRS. BETHUNE & HUNTER ( wr__ BE_„ '■ BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At the Exchange, By direction of the Mortg'srec, ON FRIDAY, the 30th NOVEMBER,* At TWO o'olock, ALL that undivided Moiety or ha'f part of and ' in that Freehold Estate called Okiwa, o ♦•The Grove," situate in Queen Charlotte's Sound, < _nd comprising 1050 acres or thereabouts. TBBMS CASH. For further particulars apply to tbe Auctioneers, er to C. B. BOTIT.ASE, Solicitor, Wellington. Exchange Buildings, Novembpr 16, 1860. SALE OF MOIETY OF THE GROVE, •QUEEN CHARLOTTE'S SOUND. NOTICE OF LIS PENDENS. THEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that James M'Beth of Queen Charlotte's Sound, tbe Owner and Mortgagor of the undivided moiety or half part of and in the Freehold Estate cnlled Okiwa or the Grove, situate iv Qneen Charlotte's Sound, no! advertised for Sale by Messrs. Bethune & J'unter on the 30th instant, did on tbe 3rd day of November instant serve Mr. Augustus Adohdius Alexander Hood, tbe mortgagee, with proceedings commenced}, in the Supreme Court of New Zenland, by the said James M'Beth against the said Augustus Aiolphus Alexander Hood, for an account as partner and mortgagee, and al9o for an Injunction to stay the •aid Sale, and I further give notice that I have registered at Nelson as a Lispendeus the said pro ceedings in the Supreme Court so ns to effect the - eaid moiety* of the said Estate belonging to tlie said James M'Beth, and tbat no title thereto can be made until such proceedings are determined. Dated this 15th day of November, 1800. JOHN KING, Manners-street, «V ell ington, Solicitor fer tbe above-named 'James M'Beth. SALE AT WAIRARAPA. PEELIMINARY NOTICE. SALE OF STOCK. AT the " Rising Sun," Mr. Arthur Hayward's, Grey Town, Wairarapa. on THURSDAY, Nov. 22, 1860 at two o'clock, a quantity of Fat .and Store Stock, Horses, Sheep, aud Cattlo. Tebms at Sals. J. H. WALLACE. Wellington, Nov. 9, iB6O. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Most Important and Extensive Sale of Valuable Stock, Horses, $c. HUTT MARKET, Wednesday- sth December, 1880 MESSRS. SMITH & CO., Have received imperative instructions TO SELL WITHOUT RESERVE, At the Hutt Market, - On WEDNESDAY, sth December next, „ A LL that Valuable, Choice, and wellJ\.. known herd of Cattle, bred and reared by JOSEPH KELLY, Esq., OF WAIRARAPA, Comprifing as nearly a3 can be ascertained - 75 Superior Milch Cowb 61 Fat Bullocks 69 Two year old Steers 67 do. Fine Heifers 62 One year old Steers and Heifert 48 Eight to Ten Month's Calves Also, 10 well bred Mares and Geldings The Auctioneers, in calling attention to this unrivalled Sale of genuine Cattle, so justly cetebrafed ; from their almost pnre breed, being the produce 'of the very best Stock imported into this Province; request the particular notice of Graziers, Butchers, Contractors, Dairy Farmers, and others interested in forming Stations, as such an opportunity has never presented itsolf for purchase, and on such' LIBERAL TERMS, viz. :— Under £20 cash - Above JJ2O, and under -3100, Bills at 3 montha. £100 to £150, Bills at 4 months. Above that amount at 3 and 6 months in equal proportions. Further particulars will be duly announced. Wellington, 9th November 1860. WANTED, for a good Ran in tbe Otago Province, Sbeep and Cattle on terms. Guaranteed per centage at the rate of 50 per cent, increase, and wool as may be agreed upon. Cattle taken for a long or short period. Address by Letter M.Q., Post Office, Wellington. Nov. 13,1860. SUMMONS. District of Wanganui, Province of Wellington, New Zealand, to Wit. TO FRANCIS DILLON BELL, Esqdieb, Owner of Section No. 76, Right Bank of the Wanganui River. YOU are hereby Summotied to attend at the Resident Mngistrate's Court, at Wanganui, on Monday, the seventeenth day of December, 1860, at the hour of Eleven o'clock in the forenoon, to answer the complaint of Thomas Dew Jones, of 'Wanganui, Farmer, who seeks to recover from the said Francis Dillon Dell the sum of nine pounds, being oue moiety of the expense of erecting a dividing Fence at the rate of thirty shillings per chnin, between the land of the said Plaintiff, being section *7_, and the land of the Defendant, beirg stctioa 70, on tlie right bank of the Waognnui River. Herein fail not at your peril. jGiven nnder my hand at Wanganui, this seventh . day of November, 186*0. (Signed) D. S. DURIE, Re-JdentMagistrate. NOTICE. THE Partnership carried on by Edward and Geobob Dixon, of Cuba-street, Wellington, _s Ginger Beer, Lemonade, Sfda Water, nnd Syrup Manufacturers, bas this day bee- mutually dissolved ' by consent. All claims upon the said firm are to be paid by the Baid Edward Dixon, and all moue*y «iue io ihe said Firm is to _c received by the said Edward Dixon, as witness our hands. EDWARD DIXON. , GEORGE DIXON. , •Witness to Signatures, fi. 8. Chessman, Wellington, Solicitor. i George Lawton, Wellington, laborei. i Wellington, November 14. 1860. t TO SELL OR LET. A COMMODIOUS and Substantially built Dwelling House, containing seven rooms, with Garden, Offices, and about sixty (60) acres of first-rate arable land attached, situate at VVirokino, on the Manawatu River. Apply to INGLIS & EAMES BROTHER*, J AI ttimwatQ. For, 15, IK f.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Wellington Independent, Volume XV, Issue 1473, 20 November 1860

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