16 THE WEEKLY MERCURY.
Ex “Lochnagar,” “Helen Denny,” and “Mataura,” –
25 CASES CURRANTS
30 barrels Currants
4 cases Figs, small boxesb
3 cases Muscatels, small boxes
100 boxes Sultanas
10 cases Barcelona Nuts
10 casks Shell Almonds
20 boxes Jordon Almonds
100 boxes Price’s Candles
1 case William’s Butcher Knives
3 cases Stationery, assorted
1 hogshead Milk Dishes
120 Camp Ovens, 12 to 18 inch
3 cases Rooney’s Brushware
3 cases Looking-glasses, assorted
2 bales Seaming Twine
1 case Oakey’s Glass Paper
2 cases Atkin’s Smooth, Jack, and Trying Planes
1 case Sorby’s Bill, Fern, and Slashing Hooks
5 cases, containing Cut Tacks, Cast Butts, T. Hinges, C.P. Locks
3 casks Holloware
15 crates Earthenware, assorted
12 cases Fry’s Cocoa, Chocolate, &c.
25 cases Colman’s Starch
10 cases Colman’s Mustard, 1/2 and 1 lbs
2 cases Colman’s thumb Blue
1 case Mixed Spice
1 case Ground Ginger
3 cases Whole Ginger, bleached and unbleached
2 cases Cloves and Nutmegs
6 casks Day and Martin’s Blacking
20 cases Moir’s Golden Hair Oil, assorted
10 cases Moir’s Ling Fish
20 cases Moir’s Sardines
300 cases Morton’s Oilmen’s Stores, embracing – Table Vinegar, Castor Oil, Pickles, Curry, Bottled Fruits, Jar Salt, Salad Oil, Carraway Seed, Canary and Hemp Seed, Chlorodyne, Hair Oil, L. and P. Sauce, Glycerine Soap, Essences, Feeding Bottles, Red Herrings, Arrowroot, Epsom Salts, Senna, Lemonade and Seidlitz Powders, Cinnamon, and Mace (ground and whole), Tart Acid, Cream Tartar, Persian Sherbet, assorted Sauces, &c.
21 cases and casks Ironmongery, assorted as follows: – Gilpin’s Augurs, Ward’s Chisels, Nettleford’s Screws, Avery’s Counter Scales, Colored and Gray Shop Twine, Patty Pans, Jelly Moulds, Pack Needles, Table, Tea, and Dessert Spoons, Spring Boxes, Rat Traps, Wire Dish Covers, Lamp Wick, Stubs’ Files, Horse Rasps, Meat Hooks, Hat and Coat Hooks, Plated Squares, Mincing Machines, Knife Boards, Quoits, Bellows, Plate Locks, Can Openers
100 kegs Wire Nails
10 cases Henry Brace and Co.’s Men’s and Ladies’ Saddles, Girths, Spurs, &c., &c.
60 drums Raw and Boiled Oil
10 barrels Raw and Boiled Oil
2 tons White Lead, No 1 and 2
1 ton White Lead, in wood
5 casks Raddle
3 cases Oak Varnish, 1 and 5 gals.
1 cask Black Paint
1 cask Green Paint
3 casks Patent Driers
1 cask Lampblack, ½lb and 1 lb
2 cases Reckitt’s Blue
10 cases B. and P Corn Flour
3 cases Cigars, assorted
1 case Concertinas
2 cases Johnson’s and Lockwood’s Cutlery
1 case Axle Pullies
1 case Fish Hooks, Fish Lines
1 case Sorby’s Hand Saws
1 hogshead Colanders and Coffee Pots
1 case Candlesticks, Tea Pots, Toilet Cans, Slop Pails
1 case Robert Sorby’s Hay Forks
2 cases Robert Sorby’s Scythe Blades
1 case Tyzock’s Scythe Blades
1 case Reap Hooks and Sickles
5 cases Turkey and Scythe Stones Brassware
&c. &c. &c.
STUART & CO.
Per “Renfrewshire,” due in December,
34 GARTON AND KING’S STOVES, 2ft 6in. to 3 ft.
6 bales Sugar Bags, 1 to 6lb
1 bale Tea Bags
12 cases Envelopes, Note Paper, Playing Cards Slate Pencils, Day Book, Ledgers, Metallic and Memo. Books, Copy Books, Blotting Paper, Inks, etc,
Per “Adamant,” due in December,
5 BALES TAUPAULINS, 12 x 14, 14 x 16, 16 x 20, 20 x 22, 24 x 30
3 bales Navy Canvas
6 bales Seaming Twine
To arrive from New York via Wellington, early in December,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF AMERICAN GOODS,
Comprising – Lightning Saws, Wood and Zinc Wash Boards, Hay Rakes, Adze-eye Hammers, School Slates, Gothic one and eight-day Clocks (assorted), Coe’s Wrenches, Cook’s Augers, Scythe Snaiths, Grind-stone Fittings, Spirit Levels, Axe Handles, Knife Trays, Nail Pullers, Door Furniture, Hay and Spading Forks, Ame’s Trucks, Patent Sad and Charcoal Irons, Sharp’s Axes, Tomahawks, Shingling Hatchets, Hoes, Fairbank’s Platform scales, Union Scales.
STUART & CO.
PROPERTIES FOR SALE.
25,000 ACRES LEASEHOLD, good title, low rent, and
112 acres Freehold near Gisborne with
20,000 sheep, and all necessary working improvements; the run divided into nine paddocks, all well watered and grassed.
11,000 acres Freehold, partially sown, all fenced and subdivided, good and substantial improvements, good road, within 30 miles of Napier.
11,000 Sheep, a few Cattle, and Horses
600 acres Lease, with right of purchase, within 12 miles of Napier, fenced and sub divided, comfortable house, shed &c., with
800 Sheep, and a few Cattle etc.
8,800 acres Leasehold, title good, rent moderate, excellent land near Tologa [ Tolaga ] Bay, with
3,000 sheep, with improvements, good house, shed and yards.
4,200 acres Freehold, within 12 miles of Gisborne.
11,000 acres Leasehold, good title, agricultural and pastoral land, Poverty Bay, a few improvements, with
3,000 Sheep, and a few Cattle
1,600 acres Leasehold, Poverty Bay
1,200 acres Freehold, improved rich land, Opotiki
340 acres Freehold, Mahia Peninsula
400 acres Patea District
750 acres, fenced and improved, Mongonui
4,030 acres Freehold, good improvements, near Masterton
2,000 acres rich agricultural Freehold, Thames Valley
10,000 acres Freehold, pastoral land with few improvements, Thames Valley
609 acres, in sections, at Woodville
40 acres Freehold, highly improved, at Havelock
3,900 acres Freehold, good agricultural and Pastoral land, near Wairoa, considerable improvement with
800 Sheep and 100 head Cattle
900 acres Freehold, near Wairoa
4,000 acres Freehold, Near Wairoa, part improved, goop [good] house and woolshed, yards, etc., with
3,500 Sheep, a few Cattle and Horses.
SHEEP FOR SALE.
Pure Merino Rams bred by H.W.P. Smith
Pure Merino Rams bred by D. McLean
Pure Merino Rams bred by Hon. H.R. Russell
Pure Merino Rams bred by Rich & Shrimpton
Pure Merino Rams bred by Hugh Campbell
Pure Merino Rams bred by D. Gollan
Pure Lincoln Rams bred by T. Kirkman
Pure Lincoln Rams bred by Dudding
Pure Lincoln Rams bred by H. Sladden
Pure Lincoln Rams bred by W. Marcroft
Pure Lincoln Rams bred by P. Threlkeld
Pure Lincoln Rams bred by Jackson & Russell
Pure Lincoln Rams bred by Joseph May
Pure Lincoln Rams bred by Sutton Brothers
Pure Leicester Rams bred by B. McLean
Cotswolds Rams bred by G.D. Hamilton
240 Pure Merino Stud Ewes, Rich & Shrimpton
209 Pure Lincoln Stud Ewes, H. Sladen
500 cross-bred wedders Fat
200 cross-bred wedders Fat
200 cross-bred wedders Fat
1,200 cross-bred Wedders, stores, 6 tooth, immediate delivery
1,500 cross-bred Wedders, stores, 8 tooth, immediate delivery
2,000 cross-bred Wedders, stores, mixed immediate delivery
360 cross-bred Wedders, stores, 4-tooth, immediate delivery
1,200 cross-bred Wedders, stores, 4-tooth, immediate delivery
1,800 cross-bred Wedders, stores, 2-tooth, immediate delivery
1,000 cross-bred Wedders, stores, 6-tooth, immediate delivery
400 cross-bred Wedders, stores, 2-tooth, immediate delivery
2,000 cross-bred Wedders, stores, 8-tooth, immediate delivery
1,500 ⅞ and ¾ bred Wedders, 6-tooth and upwards, immediate delivery
3,000 ¾ bred Wedders, 6-tooth and upwards, Culls, immediate delivery
2,000 cross-bred Wedders, 6 0 tooth and upwards, Culls, immediate delivery
1,000 cross-bred Wedders, 6-tooth and upwards, immediate delivery
2,000 Merino Wedders, stores, 6-tooth, immediate delivery
300 Merino Wedders, store, 6-tooth, immediate delivery
1,000 Merino Wedders, store, 2 and 4-tooth, immediate delivery
1,000 Merino Wedders, store, 6 and 8-tooth, immediate delivery
3,000 Merino Wedders, stores, 8-tooth, immediate delivery
2,500 Merino Ewes, mixed ages, delivery in February
2,000 Merino Ewes, 8-tooth, delivery Feb.
4,000 Merino Ewes, Culls, delivery in March
1,100 Lambs, cross-bred, delivery in February
200 Pure Lincoln Ewes, aged, delivery in February
150 cross-bred Ewes, 2-tooth, delivery in February
1,500-tooth Ewes, out of ⅞ – Lincoln, delivery in March
1,500 8-tooth Ewes, out of ⅞ Lincoln, delivery in March
500 ¾ bred Ewes, mixed ages, with 90 per cent. Lambs given in, immediate delivery
1,500 cross-bred Cull Ewes, delivery February
3,000 cross-bred Cull Ewes, delivery February
1,000 ¾ – bred Costwold [Cotswold] Ewe Hoggets
4,500 ⅞ and ¾ bred Ewes, 2, 4, 6, and full, delivery in February
SHEEP WANTED TO PURCHASE.
500 not under ⅞ Lincoln 2-tooth Ewes
2,000 Lambs, mixed sexes, Merino
3,000 Merino Wedders, 2 and 4-tooth
3,000 Merino Ewes, 2 and 4-tooth
5,000 Merino Ewes, 2, 4, and 6-tooth or
6,000 equal proportions, 2, 4, 6, and 8-tooth
Stock and Station Agent.
REMAINDER of Lease and Stock-in-Trade of a GENERAL STORE, in a commanding position.
RURAL SECTIONS, WOODVILLE.
On Deferred Payments.
For particulars, apply to
JUST TO HAND,
OUR FIRST SHIPMENT OF NEW SEASON’S TEA,
Direct from China, comprising –
300 ½ chest
STUART & CO.
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.
SAMSON FENCE WIRE
Patented throughout all the Colonies.
This is an entirely new article, and is fast superseding the old style. Five Wires weigh 10 cwt. per mile, and costing £12 10s, versus 17 cwt. ordinary wire costing £14 10s (the relative cost will be the same at the principal ports of Australasia) with the advantage of having 7 cwt. less to pay carriage for. Over 1000 tons sold by one firm last year, giving unbounded satisfaction. Send for full descriptive circular with innumerable testimonials from leading colonists, and judge for yourselves.
McLEAN BROS., and RIGG, Importers, and General Ironmongers, Melbourne.
Hawke’s Bay Advertiser
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LIST OF AGENTS
NAPIER COLLEDGE & CRAIG, Hastings-st
W. DENHOLM, Port Ahuriri
MEANEE [ MEEANEE ] – J.C. SPEEDY.
TARADALE – J. BARRY.
CLIVE – J. BECK.
HASTINGS – R. SOMERVILLE
HAVELOCK – S. STONE
KAIKORA – J. NICHOLSON
WAIPAWA E. BIBBY
DUNCAN & CO.
WAIPUKURAU – MESSRS. SMITH & CO
WOODVILLE – MONTEITH AND FOUNTAIN [ FOUNTAINE ].
NORSEWOOD – A. LEVY.
WAIROA – T. PARKER
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
£ s d.
Per Quarter, if paid in advance 0 6 6
Per Quarter, if booked 0 7
Per Annum, if paid in advance 1 6
Per Annum, if booked 1 10
Printed and published by EDWARD HENDERSON GRIGG, for the Proprietors, at the Mercury Office, Tennyson-street, Napier, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1877.