Hawke’s Bay Advertiser,
A Journal of Commerce, Agriculture, Sports, Politics, And Literature.
VOL. ll. – NO. 75 NAPIER, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1877. PRICE SIXPENCE
HOMEWOOD – KAIKORA.
The Undersigned is instructed by Mr. Robert Evans, of Homewood, Kaikora, to offer for Sale, as a whole or in convenient lots.
1000 ACRES RICH AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL LAND. This property has frontages to the Waipawa River, from the bridge downward, a ring fence round the remainder.
This property is divided into two large divisions, one of these portions containing three small paddocks, about 30 acres, under artificial grass, two whares, sheep yards. &c., with or without 1500 sheep now depasturing thereon.
Price moderate, and a considerable portion of the purchase money remaining on mortgage.
M. R. MILLER
PROPERTIES FOR SALE.
70000 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.
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
2,200 acres Freehold, Southern Seaboard, improved, with
2,000 Sheep and 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
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, and 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.
STUD SHEEP FOR SALE.
Small stud flock Lincolns, bred by H. Sladen, Esq, – 100 Ewes, weaners, 125 two-tooth, 525 eight-tooth, 50 two-tooth Rams, and 2 eight-tooth imported pure Lincolns
26 pure Lincoln two-tooth Rams, bred by Major Jackson, Auckland
35 pure Lincoln Rams, six-tooth, bred by Joseph May Esq., Auckland
233 two and four-tooth Rams, bred by Sir Donald McLean, got by J. Currie’s Victoria Rams
40 Merino Rams, bred by the Hon. R, Stokes, got by Larmouth Rams
70 Merino Rams (Mr Saxby), bred by Mr Gollan and Messrs Stokes
RURAL SECTIONS, WOODVILLE.
On Deferred Payments.
For particulars, apply to
MR. EVAN’S Draught Stallion “LORD NELSON,” by “Sir Colin Campbell,” dam “Blossom,” etc.
For further particulars apply to
SHEEP FOR SALE.
2400 Merino Ewes, full-mouth, sound
1000 Merino Ewes, mixed ages
2000 do Wedders, 8 tooth
500 do Wedders, 6 and 8-tooth
800 Cross-bred Ewes, mixed ages
700 Cross-bred Ewes 8-tooth
800 cross-bred Ewes, mixed ages
600 do do culls
1200 do do do
400 do do do
300 do do with lambs
MR. GRANT, the purchaser of the Pakowhai Estate, has instructed the undersigned to Lease for a term the very substantial and commodious Dwelling-House, lately occupied by Mr. McHardy, with the well-stocked Garden, Orchard, Shrubbery, and a small paddock adjoining; with part of the offices, a Coach-house, Stable, &c. This is situated within easy drive of Town or the Farndon Railway station. To a good tenant the rent will be very moderate,
COMFORTABLE DWELLING-HOUSE. The undersigned is desirous of selling his present Dwelling-house, 7 rooms and bathroom, washhouse and stables, in Cameron-road, with half an acre land, or will sell separately house and quarter acre, and an excellent building site, on quarter acre fronting South Cameron-road. Entry about 1st July. Easy terms will be given.
Education Board Office,
Napier, Feb. 13, 1877.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Education Reserves will be offered for Lease (21 years), by Public Auction at the Provincial Council Chamber, on TUESDAY, May 15, 1877.
Section 70 Town of Napier 1 rood, upset price, £10 per annum.
Section 298 B., Town of Napier, 1 rood, upset price, £20 per annum.
Suburban Section 90. Lot 5, Town of Napier, 1 rood, upset price, £15 per annum
Chairman of Education Board.
THE Thoroughbred Clydesdale Draught Stallion “YOUNG LORD GLASGOW.” This Draught Stallion, stands about 16½ hands high, and is perfectly staunch in harness. Young Lord Glasgow took the first prize at the Hawke’s Bay Agricultural Show held in 1874; also a Draught Colt Foal, out of a mare the property of R. Wellwood, Esq., got by Young Lord Glasgow, obtained the second best prize at the H. B. Agricultural Society’s Show of May, 1876.
Young Lord Glasgow is out of Mr Hore’s prize mare Young Lilly, bred by Gibson Brothers, Tasmania. Sire, the imported horse Lord Glasgow, bred by Weir of Cameruth, Lanarkshire, and imported to Melbourne by Mr. David Nesbit, and sold to Mr. William Morley (warehouseman) for 600 guineas. Young Lilley is out of Old Lilly. Sire, Benledi, who was imported for the purity of his blood. His Sire, Ben Lomond, was never beaten in Scotland, and is brother to the celebrated horses The Major, the Colonel, and the General, who were the greatest prize-takers for a number of years. Old Lilly is dam of Lilly Cromwell, and Bodock Glos; Lily Cromwell, dam of Heather Jock, whose muscular powers, symmetry and endurance has never been surpassed.
MARGOLIOUTH & BANNER,
TARADALE SALE YARDS.
FRIDAY, APRIL 27TH, 1877, AT 1 o’clock, p.m.
MARGOLIOUTH AND BANNER, Will sell by public Auction, at Taradale, on the above date.
Entries for stock will be received up to date of sale at Taradale or Napier.
N.B. – For the convenience of owners of stock in the districts of Taradale Papakura, Puketapu, and surroundings, the Auctioneers have made arrangements for the erection of convenient sale yards at Taradale, and propose to hold regular monthly sales when the yards are finished.
MARGOLIOUTH & BANNER,
SHEEP FOR SALE.
4000 MERINO WETHERS, 8-tooth; in lots to suit purchasers
1400 Fat Cross-bred Wethers, 4, 6, and 8 tooth
300 Merino Ewes, 8-tooth
500 cross-bred Ewes, 8-tooth
RAMS FOR SALE
150 Merino Rams, 2-tooth and upwards, by Dowling and Currie Rams, out of pure pedigreed Ewes
50 Lincoln rams, 2-tooth and upwards, by imported Rams, out of bred Ewes
8 Cotswold Rams, 2-tooth and upwards
BULLS FOR SALE
10 Young Bulls of this season, bred by Hon. H. R. Russell, the produce of his celebrated bull Crown Prince, out of seven-eight bred Abbot cows.
2 Bulls, by Knight Templar and Duke.
Stock and Station Agent,
WANTED KNOWN – That the Cheapest and Neatest BILLHEADS may be had at the TELEGRAPH Office.
The Valuation List of the Highway District of Centre Ruataniwha, Makareto, Tamumu, Eparaima, and Porangahau, not having been completed, I hereby give notice that the time for the completion of such lists is extended to the 17 May proximo.
The Lists will be open for inspection until SATURDAY, THE 26TH May, at the various places where the Assessment Courts are held. Objections must be addressed to the Resident Magistrate’s office, Napier, and lodged on or before SATURDAY, the 26th May.
The Assessment Courts for each Highway District will stand adjourned to the following dates and places: –
CENTRE RUATANIWHA – On Monday, 28 May, as Noon, at the Public Room, Onga Onga.
MAKARETU – On Tuesday, 29 May, at Noon, at the Schoolhouse, at Ashley Clinton.
TAMAMU [ TAMUMU ] – On Wednesday, 30 May, at Noon, at the Homestead of Sydney Johnston, Esq.
EPARAIMA – On Thursday, 31 May, at Noon, at the Bridge Hotel, Wallingford
PORANGAHAU – On Friday, 1st June, at Noon, at the Duke of Edinburgh Hotel, at Porangahau.
RICHMOND BEE HAM [BEETHAM],
Judge of Assessment Courts.
ON WEDNESDAY, THE 25TH APRIL, AT 11 a.m.
ROUTLEDGE, KENNEDY & CO.
Are instructed by J. W. Witty, Esq., (who purposes residing on this property at Wairoa) to sell by Public Auction on the Premises.
HIS DWELLING HOUSE AND GROUNDS, Lighthouse-Road, Napier. The situation commands one of the most charming views on Scinde Island. The Grounds (about 2½ acres), have been laid out with taste and care, and at considerable cost, they are planted with the choicest fruit and ornamental trees and shrubs, all well established in growth. After which will be sold all his Household FURNITURE (quite new). Catalogues of which can be obtained at the offices of the Auctioneers.
JUST landed, ex Chandiere, from London –
1 Handsome Oak 10-stop Harmonium, with knee swell, and all latest improvements, by James Smith and Son. Liverpool
1 Handsome Walnut 7-stop Harmonium, by same maker
2 Oak 5-Octave Harmonium, by Alexandre Pere and Fils, Paris
2 SPLENDID WALNUT TRICHORD PIANOFORTES, with fretwork front, truss legs, &c., by James Smith and Son
1 MAGNIFICENT WALNUT TRICHORD PIANOFORTE, by R. Rp pach, Hamburg.
Daily expected per Electra, from London, via Auckland –
4 Very superior Rosewood Trichord Pianofortes, by Collard and Collard. Very Cheap.
MARGOLIOUTH & BANNER,
BUGGY AND HARNESS
1 Mare good in saddle and harness.
ROUTLEDGE, KENNEDY & CO.
A GOOD SIX-ROOMED HOUSE, situated in the Shakespeare Road near the Catholic School.
Very cheap. Apply to
MARGOLIOUTH & BANNER.