16 THE WEEKLY MERCURY
PROPERTIES FOR SALE.
70,000 ACRES Freehold Crown Grant, and 20,000 acres Leasehold, with 50,000 Sheep, 250 Cattle, 45 Horses. The Homestead of this property is about 20 miles from Napier; 25,000 acres have been already surface sown, the soil is rich, limestone formation, hills and downs, well watered, rapidly increasing in carrying capacity, and the whole divided into eight great divisions by 107 miles of fencing, and 75 miles good natural boundaries, rivers and creeks, numerous paddocks, and yards, two woolsheds and every improvement for working the Station, about 55,000 acres fit for Agriculture, suitable for cutting up into small properties. This Estate is to be disposed of solely on account of dissolution of partnership.
7,000 acres Freehold, Crown Grant, 24 miles from Napier.
23,000 acres Leasehold, 18 years to run, low rent, with 9,000 sheep, 40 head Cattle, Horses, Bullocks, &c. Good home improvements, and 2,000 acres fenced into paddocks: the whole will take grass seed readily, is well watered, and easy access from town.
140 acres Rich Land, highly improved, 8 miles from Napier.
416 acres Rich Land, richly grassed, 8 miles from Napier.
613 acres Rich Land, richly grassed, 8 miles from Napier.
11,000 acres Freehold, Crown Grant , with 2,000 acres Leasehold, excellent pastoral lands, 40 miles from Napier, well bounded, over 30 miles fencing, 25 paddocks, good houses, woolshed, and all necessary improvements, with 10,000 sheep, few Cattle and Horses.
3,920 acres Freehold, rich pastoral land, Wairoa, with 800 Sheep, and 100 head Cattle.
900 acres Freehold, Agricultural and Pastoral Land, Wairoa.
3,000 acres Freehold, Southern Seaboard, improved.
1,220 acres Freehold, Southern Seaboard, improved.
400 acres Freehold, Southern Seaboard, improved.
2,500 acres Freehold, Southern Seaboard, improved, with 2,000 sheep and 250 head Cattle.
376 acres Freehold, with 9,740 acres Leasehold, Crown, and 800 sheep, few improvements, 50 miles from Napier; cheap.
4,200 acres Freehold Agricultural and Pastoral Land, Poverty Bay.
220 acres Freehold, Agricultural and Pastoral Land, Poverty Bay.
30,000 acres Leasehold Pastoral Land, Poverty Bay, with 800 sheep and 200 head Cattle.
11,000 acres Leasehold, Pastoral, Poverty Bay, with 3,000 sheep and few Cattle.
1,600 acres Leasehold, half interest, Poverty Bay.
14,000 acres Leasehold, excellent country, Tologa [Tolaga] Bay.
8,800 acres Leasehold, excellent country, Tologa Bay, with 3,000 sheep and good improvements.
1,100 acres Freehold, rich land, Opotiki, with 1,000 Sheep, and all necessary improvements.
33,000 acres Leasehold, Pastoral, 26 miles from Napier.
150,000 acres Leasehold, Pastoral, 30 miles from Napier with 10,000 sheep, exclusive of Lambs.
55,000 acres Leasehold, Pastoral, 70 miles from Napier, with 5,000 Sheep and 50 head Cattle.
9,000 acres Freehold, Agricultural and Pastoral, Seaboard, with 14,000 acres Leasehold, valuable improvements and 15,000 Sheep, few Cattle, Horses, &c.
1,639 acres Freehold, near Greytown, with 1,040 acres Leasehold, all fenced and subdivided, and 5,000 longwool Sheep, 120 Cattle, few horses and every improvement necessary. The coach road passes through the property.
273 acres Freehold Farm, near Sandon, fenced and well grassed.
M. R. MILLER,
Stock and Station Agent.
WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, &C.
MESRRS. MURRAY, COMMON & Co., are prepared to buy for Cash, or make advances against the same if consigned to them for sale and returns to London or other foreign market.
January 10, 1877.
WANTED TO PURCHASE,
6,000 2, 4, AND 6 tooth Merino Ewes, in lots of not less than 1500
3,000 Fresh 8 tooth Merino Ewes.
M. R. MILLER.
HAWKE’S BAY AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY.
ANNUAL RAM FAIR.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1877.
MR. M. R. MILLER
Has instructed to sell by auction, at the Ram Fair to be held at Hastings on Thursday, February 1, the undermentioned Stock: –
50 Pure Lincoln Two-tooth Rams
50 Pure Lincoln Four-tooth Rams
50 Pure Lincoln Two-tooth Ewes
(Bred by Joseph May, Esq., Auckland.
50 Pure Lincoln Two-tooth Rams (bred by Major Jackson and Thomas Russell, Auckland)
30 Pure Lincoln Two and Four-tooth Rams (bred by P. C. Thekeld, Esq., Canterbury).
30 Pure Lincoln Two-tooth (bred by Messrs. Sutton, Southland.)
10 Pure Lincoln Six and Eight-tooth (bred by Messrs. F. And W. Nelson.)
2 Pure Lincoln Six-tooth (bred by Mr. John Turner, Lincolnshire.)
4 Pure Lincoln Six and Eight-tooth (imported by Melville Smith Esq.)
And several other lots, detailed particulars not to hand.
5 Pure Merino Two-tooth Rams, as sample bred by Hon. R. Stokes, Milbourne.
3 Rams, bred by Philip Smith Esq., Ross, two of their dams prize-takers at Richmond, 1875; by brother of Sir Thomas (mother’s side); bred by James Gibson, Esq.
4 Rams by ditto, out of picked ewes, bred by R. J. Kermode, Esq.
3 Rams, out of ewes bred by G. Pulley, Esq., dams by Kermode’s rams, out of Austrian ewes, imported by R. T. Allwright, Esq.
The whole of the above are 18 months old.
NOTE – Breeders intending to consign their stock to be sold by the Undersigned at the Fair, will kindly forward particulars early for catalogue.
M. R. MILLER,
Stock and Station Agent, Auctioneer.
FOR SALE, the Goodwill of Lease (about 10 years to run) of 12 acres of Land immediately adjoining the Railway Station, Farndon, divided into three Paddocks richly grassed, and a well stocked garden and orchard, artesian well, &c. ; together with a neat and comfortable Dwelling-house, detached Kitchen, Stable, Coach-shed, &c., the property of Duncan McDougall, Esq., who is about to leave this district. Possession can be given end of January.
Mr. McDougall has spared no expense in internal arrangements of the house to make it comfortable. The whole of the furniture may be taken at a valuation, and two quiet milk cows now in use, a thoroughly staunch, well-broken harness mare and double buggy, can also be sold along with the property. Also, a small standing crop of Oats.
This very desirable residence presents an opportunity for a family wishing to reside near town, and yet to have the convenience of the country, rarely offered. The price very moderate.
For further particulars, apply to M. R. MILLER.
SMALL LEASEHOLD RUNS.
5,000 ACRES excellent Pastoral Land, 18 miles from Napier on the Sea Board. The Country is well grassed and watered, capable of carrying now 5,000 sheep; good yards and paddocks, &c. Low Rental.
2,000 Sheep will be delivered with the run.
Price Moderate – Terms easy.
For further particulars apply to
M. R. MILLER.
CONSIGNMENT FLOUR, OATMEAL, BRAN, OATS.
20 TONS 200lb. Silk dressed Dunedin Flour.
20 bags, 50lb, Silk dressed Dunedin Flour.
5 sacks Oatmeal, Dunedin, new.
204 bags Bran, Dunedin, new.
484 bags Feed and Seed Oats.
MURRAY, COMMON & CO.
Watches! Watches! Watches!
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, Napier,
DRAWS special attention to his Magnificent Stock of WATCHES, just received direct from English and American Manufacturers, and made Specially to Order, which, for Excellence and Cheapness are unequalled in the colony.
All Watches sold at this establishment are thoroughly regulated and put in working condition before leaving the premises, and Guaranteed.
GRATEFUL – COMFORTING.
“By a through knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctors’ bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame.” – See in the Civil Service Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk.
Sold only in pockets (tins for abroad), labelled: –
JAMES EPPS & Co.,
48, THREADNEEDLE STREET, and 170, PICCADILLY,
WORKS, EUSTON ROAD AND CAMDEN TOWN
BEWARE OF VILE AMERICAN COUNTERFEITS.
HOLLOWAY‘S PILLS AND OINTMENT. I most respectfully take leave to call the attention of the inhabitants of Australasia to the fact that Messrs. Henry Curran and Co., Wholesale Druggists, of New York, have agencies in various parts, and that their Travellers are going all over the country vending spurious Imitations of my Pills and Ointment, which they make in New York, and which bear in some instances their trade mark thus
Whilst on other labels of this trash it is omitted , the better to deceive you, but the words ‘New York’ are retained. Much of this fictitious stuff is sold in the Auction Rooms of Sydney and elsewhere, and readily finds its way into the back settlements. These are vile frauds, as I do not allow my medicines even to be sold in any part of the United States; they are only made by me at 533, Oxford Street, London.
The same people are circulating a report that my business is about to be formed into a Company which is UTTERLY FALSE.
I most earnestly appeal to that sense of British justice which I feel sure I may venture upon asking my kind countrymen and countrywomen in their distant homes, to assist me, as far as may lay in their power, in denouncing this shameful American Fraud, by cautioning their friends lest they he duped into buying villainous compounds styled “Holloways Pills and Ointment” with any New York label thereon.
Each Pot and Box of the Genuine Medicines bears the British Government Stamp, with the words “HOLLOWAY’S PILLS AND OINTMENT, LONDON.” engraved thereon. On the labels is the address, 533 Oxford street, London, where alone they are manufactured.
LONDON, Feb. 15, 1796
SAMSON FENCING WIRE
This is an entirely new and superior description, and shows an immense saving as compared with old sorts, a mile of five wires weighing only 10 cwt., versus 17 cwt. No. 8 ordinary Wire. Purchasers particularly note that the SAMSON WIRE is slightly oval in shape, to distinguish it. Each coil has a brass padlock tally and a tin tally stamped “Patent Oval Samson Wire.”
Manufactured by the Whitecross Wire Co., Warrington, and may be procured through any Merchant, Ironmonger, or Storekeeper.
M B R
OXYGEN IS LIFE.
DR. BRIGHT’S PHOSPHODYNE
Multitudes of people are hopelessly suffering from Debility, Nervous and Liver Complaints, Depression of Spirits, Hypochondria,Timidity, Indigestion, Failure of Hearing, Sight, and Memory, Lassitude, Want of Power, &c., whose cases admit of a permanent cure by the new remedy PHOSPHODYNE (Oxonic Oxygen), which at once allays all irritation and excitement, imparts new energy and life to the enfeebled constitution, and rapidly cures every stage of these hitherto incurable and distressing maladies. Sold by all Chemists and Druggists throughout the Globe.
CAUTION – The large and increasing demand for Dr Bright’s Phosphodene has led to several imitations under somewhat similar names; purchasers of this medicine should therefore be careful to observe that each case bears the Government Stamp, with the words Dr. Bright‘s Phosphodyne engraved thereon, and that the same words are also blown in the bottle.
CURE FOR ALL NEVER DESPAIR
THE GREATEST WONDER OF MODERN TIMES!
Persons suffering from weak or debilitated constitutions will discover that by the use of this wonderful medicine there is “Health for all.” The blood is the fountain of life, and its purity can be maintained by the use of these pills.
SIR SAMUEL BAKER,
in his work entitled “The Nile Tributaries in Abbyssinia,” says, “I ordered the dragoman Mahomet to inform the Fakey that I was a Doctor, and that I had the best medicines at the service of the sick, with advice gratis. In a short time I had many applicants, to whom I served out a quantity of Holloway’s Pills. These are most useful to an explorer, as possessing unmistakable purgative properties they create an undeniable effect upon the patient, which satisfies him of their value.”
SIMPLE, SAFE, AND CERTAIN!
Is a certain remedy for bad legs, bad breasts, and ulcerations of all kinds. It acts miraculously in healing ulcerations, curing skin diseases, and in arresting and subduing all inﬂammations.
MR. J.T. COOPER,
in his account of his extraordinary travels in in China, published in 1871, says – “l had with me a quantity of Holloway’s Ointment. I gave some to the people, and nothing could exceed their gratitude; and, in consequence, milk, fowls, butter, and horse feed poured in upon us until at last a teaspoonful of Ointment was worth a fowl and any quantity of peas, and the demand became so great that I was obliged to lock up the small remaining stock.”
Sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors throughout the World.
On the Label in the address, 533, Oxford-street, London, where alone they are manufactured.
BEWARE OF ALL COMPOUNDS STYLED
HOLLOWAY’S PILLS AND OINTMENT
With a “New York” Label.
GORDON AND GOTCH
I21 HOLDBORN HILL, LONDON;
SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE.
ADVERTISEMENTS inserted in English, Continental, and American Newspapers, Newspapers, Periodicals, Magazines, Books, and Stationery supplied with accuracy and punctuality, and at the lowest prices.
Proprietors of Newspapers furnished with Paper, Ink, and every requisite connected with the printing business.
Indents through the Sydney and Melbourne houses, and Commissions executed quickly and economically generally.
Hawke’s Bay Advertiser
TERMS OF ADVERTISING AS PER SCALE.
Standing Advertisements for Three, Six or Twelve Months can be arranged for at a Liberal discount.
Notice to discontinue advertisements (unless where number of insertions is mentioned on original order) must be forwarded, in writing, addressed to the Manager.
LIST OF AGENTS
NAPIER COLLEDGE & CRAIG, Hastings-st
T. MEEHAN, Port Ahuriri
MEANEE – J.C. SPEEDY.
TARADALE – J. BARRY
CLIVE – J. BECK.
HAVELOCK – S. STONE
WAIPAWA – E. BIBBY.
WAIPUKURAU – MESSRS. SMITH & CO,
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
£ s d.
Per Quarter, if paid in advance 0 6 6
Per Quarter, if booked 0 7 6
Per Annum, if paid in advance. 1 6 0
Per Annum, if booked 1 10 0
Printed and published by EDWARD HENDERSON GRIGG, for the Proprietors, at the Mercury Office, Tennyson-street, Napier, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1877.