Hawke’s Bay Advertiser,
A Journal of Commerce, Agriculture, Sports, Politics, and Literature.
Vol. II. – No. 65. NAPIER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1877. PRICE SIXPENCE
IMPROVED FREEHOLD ESTATES.
PAKOWHAI, NEAR NAPIER.
446 ACRES, 416 ACRES, 613 ACRES.
TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION
AT NAPIER ON
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26,
HAS received positive instructions from the owner of the above properties, Alex. McHardy, Esq., to dispose of all his freehold lands at Pakowhai, in three separate, compact blocks, each complete and workable in itself – and present improvements, except buildings, rendering each block capable of re-division if afterwards found desirable by the purchaser. The whole of the lands are under English grasses, watered by seven artesian wells, and are divided into numerous paddocks, each having all requisite surface drainage provided for. The fences are most substantial, a number of them double with live quick hedges. These, with most plantations dotted over the property, afford ample shelter. This Estate, now well known as the best fattening country in New Zealand, is carrying fat, an average of AT LEAST SEVEN SHEEP PER ACRE. It is handy to market and Port, the nearest point being only about six miles from Napier. On the 440 acre Block there are a substantial Dwelling house and offices, Stables, Looseboxes, Cowsheds, numerous yards, and a dip. The Woolshed and Yards are within 2¼ miles of the Farndon Railway Station.
As the owner requires not only all his available capital, but also to bestow the whole of his attention on a larger and more distant property, he finds it ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY TO EFFECT A SALE of this. To ensure this result the reserve is really nominal, having NOW BEEN REDUCED to a sum now below value. The terms will be easy, as about TWO-THIRDS remain on the mortgage at SEVEN PER CENT for EIGHT YEARS.
As the property must be quitted, intending buyers will do well to pay an early visit. Plans may be seen and further particulars obtained at the offices of the auctioneer.
M. R. MILLER,
Napier, 8th January, 1877.
SMALL FREEHOLD PROPERTIES AT WAIROA,
40 TO 200 ACRES EACH.
MONDAY, 26TH FEBRUARY, 1877,
M. R. MILLER
Has received instructions from R. D. Maney, Esq., to sell by public auction, on the above date, at Napier,
The following SECTIONS in the Wairoa DISTRICT: –
No. 39 – 50 acres No. 65 – 60 acres
No. 37 – 60 acres No. 66 – 60 acres
Plans may be had at the office of the auctioneer
RURAL SECTIONS, WOODVILLE.
ON DEFERRED PAYMENTS.
THE undersigned suitable sections FOR SALE on Liberal Terms: –
A. R. A.
No. 129. – 40 3 No. 132. – 111
No. 130. – 40 0 No. 133. – 104
No. 131. – 46 2 No. 134. – 104/
No. 135. – 133 No. 153. – 80
No. 154. – 105 No. 199. – 73
THOROUGHBRED HORSE STOCK,
AT HASTINGS ON
SATURDAY, FEBURARY 24, 1877,
MR. M.R. MILLER
Has been instructed by R. Farmer Esq., of Longlands, to submit for public sale, at Hastings, on the above date, the under-noted Thoroughbred Horse Stock,
1 “BLACK BESS”
2 ch m, by “St. Patrick”
3 ch m, by “Duchess”|
4 ch m, by “Marchioness”
5 ch m, by “Lady Bird”
6 ch m, by “Mina Mina”
7 ch m, by “Lady Elizabeth”
8 ch m, by “Merlin”
“The p[…] of Mr. Watt, in training,|
Ch c […] b g “Parawhenua.”
The Auctioneer feels that the well-known Stud Stock of those gentleman require no comment.
Catalogues, with terms and full particulars can be obtained at the office of the undersigned.
M.R. MILLER, 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 if 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
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 of 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 2000 acres fenced into paddocks: the whole will take grass seed readily, is well watered, and easy access from town.
440 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
4,677 acres Freehold Agricultural and Pastoral Land, Wairoa, with
3,000 Sheep and other necessary working improvements
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, 250 head Cattle
4,200 acres Freehold, Agricultural and Pastoral Land, Poverty Bay
11,000 acres Leasehold, Pastoral, Poverty Bay, with
3000 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 with valuable improvements, with
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.
Stock and Station Agent.
CONSIGNMENT, FLOUR, OATMEAL, BRAN, OATS.
20 TONS 200lb. Silk dressed Dunedin Flour.
20 Bag, 50lbs, Silk dressed Dunedin Flour.
5 sacks Oatmeal, Dunedin, new.
204 bags, Bran, Dunedin, new.
484 bags, Feed and Seed Oats.|
MURRAY, COMMON & CO.
FREEHOLD PROPERTY, KAIKORA.
30 ACRES GOOD AGRICULTURAL LAND, with frontage to the great North Road, and within a mile of the Kaikora Railway Station, together with four-roomed House thereon.
Land and Estate Agent,
AUCTION SALE OF LAND
ROUTLEDGE, KENNEDY & CO,
Are instructed by R.P Gifford. Esq., to sell by Public Auction at their rooms, Napier, on
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1877,
At 2 p.m.
SUBURBAN SECTION No. 25, and a portion of Suburban Section No. 26, West Clive, containing exclusive of roads, about 15 Acres. Subdivided into convenient Building Allotments of from a quarter acre to one acre.
The above offers a splendid opportunity for persons desirous of acquiring a Freehold in this convenient and healthy locality.
The land is of the first quality, and safe from floods.
Plans of the Property will be published.
ROUTLEDGE, KENNEDY & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
from Messrs Lane, Campbell & Co., of Dunedin, a consignment of
100 CASES of their well known Cordials, consisting of Ginger Wine, Raspberry Vinegar, Rum Punch, Cherry Brandy, Champaigne [Champagne], Cider, Lime Juice, Cordials, Aromatic Sherry Bitters, &c., &c., &c.
The quality of the above is strongly recommend to Hotel keepers and others, as being equal to any imported from England, while the prices are much lower.
ROUTLEDGE, KENNEDY & CO.
Are instructed by J.W. Witty, Esq., ( who purposes residing on his property in Wairoa,
TO OFFER FOR SALE OR LEASE,
Either Furnished or Unfurnished,
HIS DWELLING HOUSE AND Grounds, Lighthouse-road, Napier.
The House has been fitted at great expense, and is the most commodious and comfortable in Napier.
In case of Sale, a considerable portion of the Purchase Money may remain on Mortgage at a moderate rate of interest.
ROUTLEDGE, KENNEDY & CO,
ARE instructed to sell privately a DWELLING HOUSE, situated immediately opposite the Hawke’s Bay Club, being Town Section No 549, containing 1 Rood and 3 Perches, with a Seven Roomed House and well stocked Garden and Orchard.
For convenience of situation the property is undeniably the most desirable at present on the market.
FOR SALE YOUNG SHORTHORN BULLS.
THE undersigned is instructed by the Hon. H.R. Russell, to take Orders for Young Bulls of this Season, the produce of his celebrated, the Crown Prince, out of seven-eight’s bred Abbot cows.
Crown Prince and his two sons took each the First Prize in their class at the late Hawke’s Bay Agricultural Show, and the Abbot, the sire of the cows, ( which was purchased by Mr. Russell from the Hon. Col. Whitmore), is universally known, and has left stock in the district, second to no other bull.
MERINO RAMS – Got by Dowling celebrated Rams, out of Ewes bred from a small flock of Sheep, imported in 1862, and which have always been carefully attended to and improved.
LINCOLN RAMS – Got by two of Kirkham’s imported Rams, out of pure Lincoln Ewes.
For further particulars apply to
JOSEPH J. TYE,
Stock and Station Agent,
Waipawa and Waipukurau.