Auckland Daily Southern Cross in Auckland, Auckland
17 Nov 1854

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17 Nov 1854

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Auckland Daily Southern Cross (Newspaper) - November 17, 1854, Auckland, AucklandCro terms of subscription ten shillings per Quarter in Advance. Forty Shiu ints per Damium ditto. No. 771. Auckland new zealand Friday november �7, 1854. Vol. I _ a rams for advertisements 8 uhf a and underf2s. and 2d. For each addition line for first insertion subsequently half Price monthly Steamer Between Sydney and Auckland the Auckland steam navigation company s new and powerful screw steam ship a William Denny 600 tons and 200 horse Power Robert Mailley commander being under contract to the provincial government to carry the mails is appointed to sail As under prom Auckland on or about the 3rd of october. A a a a a a a a 3rd a a november. A a a a a a a a 3rd a a december from Sydney. On or about the 15th of october a a a a a a a a 15th a a november. A a a a a a a 15th a a december. And will continue to sail monthly Between the above ports of which due notice will be Given from. Jime to time. Passage Money chief Saloon including Redding amp a �15 second Cabin. £8 terms of freight and every other information on application to the agent at Sydney and in Auckland to the undersigned. By order of the Board of directors Thomas Macky Secretary. Auckland sept. 28, 1854. For Sydney direct. Ryphe Clipper Brig a a Heather j Bell a Phillip Jones commander will sail for the above port in the course of ten Days. The accommodations for passengers Are very Superior. Bedding wines amp a. Provided by the vessel. For freighter passage apply to Thomas Platt of Connell Street november 10,1854. Brown amp Hamilton wine and spirit merchants wholesale and family grocers and importers of British amp foreign goods. Shortland Street Auckland. Jerown amp Hamilton beg respectfully to announce to the inhabitants of Auckland and its Vicinity that having purchased those old established extensive business premises in Shortland Street occupied by the late Wellesley Hughes they have this Day opened the above premises with a recently selected and Choice Stock of every article in the wholesale amp retail family grocery Trade having become the purchasers of the entire machinery connected with the establishment and the greater part of the Well selected Stock in Trade the proprietors beg to state that by strict attention to business care in the selection of goods and punctuality in the despatch of All orders with which they May be favoured they Hope to Merit a share of Public patronage and support. November 8 the 1854. For freight or charter he new Schooner a Emerald Isle Quot a being Well adapted for the coasting Trade and will carry a Large cargo and being of a Light draught of water 5i feet when loaded it would be a favourable Opportunity for the bar j arbours on the East coast. Apply to John Porter Queen Street or to or. P. John Oakes West Queen Street. National Mart. A Jaye now unpacked boat for Sale a Twenty eight feet Overall with masts sails and oars Complete with out exception the Best built and finished boat in Auckland., apply to Geo. Jenkins a official Bay. November 7,1854. Seamen. Wanted a few Able seamen for the a a crooner apply to Chas. Davis. Wharf Queen Street. H. H. Willis a amp colds line of packets Between London and new a zealand. First class ships Are i continued As regular the following Fine tended to be traders a Cashmere g. Pearson 800 tons. Monarch f. Duff. 600 a a Fjames Scott j. Putt. .600 Quot Simlah Jas. Turnbull. 750 Quot Maori c. G. Petherbridge. 900 a a a Joseph Fletcher Foster. 900 Quot . Barnett. 700 a a Josephine Willis .1000 a a stately t. Ginder. 700 a a the undersigned agents for the above splendid line of vessels Are authorised to arrange with settlers Here who May be desirous of bringing their friends in great Britain out to this Colony and Are prepared either to pay the passage Money at once to them or to give satisfactory Security for its payment on arrival of the vessel. Further particulars on application to Brown amp Campbell. S. Amp j. R. Vaile their extensive Stock of summer goods just received per a Joseph Fletcher a comprising a ladies and children a silk and Satin visits and mantles in the newest styles from 11s. Each a very Large assortment of summer dresses consisting of Rich printed Barege dresses 12 Yards each 10s. 6d., silk Stripe Oriental Check and Jasper Barege do Superior printed Muslin dresses 12 Yards each 5s. 6d., Rich printed Organ die and Chintz do., Bayadere Muslin Robes Superior style and Quality 15s., Rich printed de Laine dresses 12 Yards each 8s. 6d. Embroidered evening dresses Plain and silk striped Barege Llama cloth Plain and shot alpacas printed and wove de Laines brocaded checked striped and shot silk dresses Black Ducarpe and Gros de Naples White and coloured Glace White and coloured satins White watered Ducarpe persians Gossamer White and Black crapes fancy Bonnet and Cap ribbons French satins Black and coloured sars nets Plain and fancy silk and Satin parasols French and English Flowers Barege tissue and Cashmere shawls and Scarf shawls in new and elegant designs ladies silk neck ties a great variety from 6d. Each a Large Stock of children a dresses in prints Holland Gingham Shalli Merino amp a &e., boys cloth socks Straw tuscan and fancy bonnets from is. 6d. Each boys and girls Straw and tuscan hats a Superior lot of lace and Muslin goods comprising fancy figured Patent spot Cotton wire Bobbin and Brussells nets Queens Blond Paris soft Cambry and silk wire do., Brussell s Falls Black silk do bridal squares Saxony Valenciennes and Linen thread lace and edging real thread lace offered Blond Blond Quillings Muslin edgings insertions and scallops worked Muslin sleeves from 6d. Per pair. Worked Muslin habit shirts and Chemise ties from is. 6d. Each Riding habits bodies Cambric collars. French Cambric handkerchiefs in fancy boxes scotch Cambric Lawn and hem stitched ditto trimmed Muslin Caps French Tarl tans lines Cren lines Book Swiss Jac conets Nain Sook and mull muslims harness bordered Book lapped sprigs checked Cambric hair Cord Stripe and Check mus Linets Tam Board corded hooped and tacked skirts women a White and drab Jean stays French Cottilli corsets children a stays a Large assortment of baby Linen among which will be found infants Short Robes from 5s each a Long Robes 8s. Worked frock bodies Muslin and Cambric Caps monthly gowns flannel squares head flannels shirts swathes Lawn night Caps &e., amp a. Infants braided Cashmere cloaks from 18s. Cashmere hoods richly braided from 7s. Linen and Union damask tab e cloths embossed and printed cloth table covers in new and Beautiful designs Union and worked damask and Victoria ditto counterpane Marseilles quilts furniture densities toilet covers sheeting Cali Coes &c., amp a. Boys Black Brown and Ester hazy Satin velvet Nap hats trimmed with ribbons and feathers boys Felt ditto trimmed cloth Caps girls Flat Felt hats trimmed. Haberdashery and Small wares of every description ladies Cashmere boots 5s. Per pair ladies Patent Seal shoes and a great variety of other goods. 9th november 1854. On Sale at the steam Mill store flour Best 33s. Per Mono. Do., seconds 30s. A a a a Sharps 17s. 6d. A a a a bran 2s. 6d. Per Bushel Maize 9s. A a a a do., cracked 9s. 6d. A a a a in Large or Small quantities Shortland Street Auckland october 19th, 1854. New summer goods. From London direct per a Joseph t. 8ii out Tiegs to inform his friends and the Public that Bis spa Jadid Stock of shawls Silks mantles dresses bonnets hats lace Etc Broider Muslim is ribbons gloves parasols Flowers amp a Are landed and ready for Sale at Bis stores Queen Street. Terms of business a strictly ready Money. Bookbinding. Bookbinding executed with neatness and despatch at e. Waytes clothing store Shortland Street opposite Fields Lane. Auckland nov. 14tb, 1854. Backfield a a family hotel Castlereagh Street near ii Unter Street Sydney. W exp Joseph ool packs 10 la Sorbye a Patent sheep shears. Gibson amp Mitchell. 30th-Oetober, 1854. For private Sale to our or five first rate farms of from 80 to 300 acres each. Apply to october 30, 1854. J. Newman a for Sale a House containing four rooms upstairs &c.,. _ apply to a w. J. Plkington at the Crown and Anchor West Queen Street t. November 9tb, 1854. E just landed x g i p s e 48 very Superior steel wheat Mills 160,000 walkers Superior percussion Caps. To arrive per Polar Star 24 Brodie. Fort Street out. 30th, 1854. Commissioner of Crown lands office Auckland 31st october 1854. Two of the wardens of the Hundred of Turk j Ini a j ale the undersigned on at the stores ice beat seed Oats Dyne soap company a no. 1, ditto no. 1, chests Best Conge u Tea 1854, by stylized sugar 1 pieces do. 1854, j. Amp r. Kemp what a ecu Street. Catty boxes _ do. Nov. 17tb, 185�. Pasi Orage for sheep. Keep for about two Hundred sheep. Enquire at Tara farm near Otah Ubu. Land or. Benjamin Turner and or John Russell having sent in their resignations this Call a meeting of the holders of de pasturing licenses for that Hundred for the purpose of supplying the vacancy As required by the 28th clause of the Crown lands ordinance no. 1, sess. 10, the meeting to be Beld at Newmarket near Hobsons Bridge on saturday the 18th november 1854, at 3 p. M. W. Gisborne commissioner of Crown lands Hay amp grass seed. The standing crop on 20 acres of the farm lately the residence of James Beveridge Esq to be sold in lots to suit purchasers. Application to j. C. Courtney. Upsom 16th november 1854. Lodgings wanted t y a single gentlemen with or without Board d a private family preferred. For a place in the neighbourhood of official Bay or Parnell Liberal terms Jill be Given. Apply to a. H. Office of this paper. Exp a Joseph Fletcher the following goods. H silk goods. Black Satin ettes Gros Glace silk 27 inches watered Ducanes checked washing ant Rich brocaded dresses ribbons ties handkerchiefs persians Gossamer crapes Serge Yara sols braids fancy trimmings &c., drapery. Barege Delaine Muslin and Check dresses damask watered More ens sheeting Fine Long cloths Stout shirting prints Chintz regattas linens lawns toilet covers quilts table covers counterpane flannels &c., muslims and laces. Swiss lace curtains wove thread laces and edgings habit shirts Chemise ties sleeves blonds frills checked bordered figured ant Plain muslims. A magnificent assortment of summer shawls and scarfs also Rich China Crape shawls. Boots and shoes. An excellent assortment of children a boots and ladies Patent leather slippers a Cashmere and cloth boots ladies and gent let ends carpet slippers of the Best Quality. Ready made clothing. Gentlemen a cloth and Tweed Coats vests and trousers boys Tweed tests cloth Coats and menus and boys Cord and Moleskin browsers menus Black and coloured Alpaca Coats &c., hats. Gentlemen a Best silk Panama leghorn and glazed girls and boys leghorn tuscan and Dunstable. Carpets and Hearth rugs. 27 and 39 Inch and 15 feet floor cloth Only a Small Quantity of the latter on hand. A Large assortment of hosiery Haberdashery amp a including hair nets bracelets shawl pins brooches &c., &c., one Case dolls. With a Large assortment of other goods too numerous to mention. J. Amp w. Henderson. Queen Street 8th nov., 1854. Sex Heather Bell a and late arrivals for Sale at the stores of the undersigned 20 boxes Mould candles 20 boxes composite candles 50 boxes Sydney soap 25 cases syrups 6 Quot sardines 4 a a Pearl Barley 27 chests Congo Tea 13 half chests a a a a 50 or chests Souchon Tea 19 or chests Gunpowder Tea 2 eases cigars 14 pierces prime beef 4 cask Ironmongery 4 cases Ironmongery 1 a a hats 1 Quot bonnets 1 a a drapery 1 Quot ready made clothing 1 Bale Grey blankets on Sale at the stores of the undersigned Dlack double milled cloth pal tots do. Do. Do. Dress Coats do. Do. Do. Frock Coats do. Do. Do. Sporting Coats do. Do. Do. Oxonian to. Do. A do. Browsers to. Do. Do. Vests Plain and embroidered. Grey Doe browsers and sporting Coats Brown Doe do. Do., Black Satin and silk vests &c., a variety of summer clothes All of Superior Quality. C. Pets cheer. Field s Lane Sortland Street. S exp a William Denny. A on Sale at the stores of the undersigned Sydney soap. Mould candles. Company a sugar Mauritius ditto Beba ditto Congo Tea half chests and boxes Herrings in tins boaters ditto Bordeaux Claret French Silks ladies boots shoes and slippers Angola Wool Mats yarn ditto velvet rugs window curtains paper hangings table cutlery Straw hats and bonnets &c., &c., amps. Gilfillan Stevenson amp co., wharf lower Queen Street. October 30,1854. Sex 2 cases ladies corsets 1 Case Blutcher boots i do. Wellington ditto 1 do. Ladies and maids ditto boots shoes slippers amp a. Gilfillan Stevenson amp co october 30, 1854. Exp a Norman Morrison a 400 Bozen Marzetti a Pale ale v and Stout. Gilfillan Stevenson amp co. October 30, 1854. A 1 a a a a domestics 1 a a counterpane 1 a a Long cloth 1 Quot scotch twill shirts 1 a a Navy Canvas. J. A Langford City Council chamber Auckland november 7th, 1854. 1vtotice is hereby Given that a rate has y it been levied by the City Council under the a by Law to make certain provisions in respect of fires in the City of Auckland and that the collector is authorised to proceed to collect the rates according to the following schedule. Every House or building covering an area of less than 400 Square feet 2s, go every House or building covering an area of 400 to 600 Square feet 5s. Every House or building covering an area of 600 to 800 Square feet 10s. Every Bouse or building covering an area of 800 Square feet and upwards 20s. Walter Lee chairman of City Council. To capitalists. 7fhe trustees acting for the creditors of the y premises in Queen Street known As a farm songs Brick buildings a and occupied by messes. Macky and Davis Are desirous of disposing of their interest in that property. To a person having command of a Small capital this Opportunity will be an advantageous one for securing an investment affording the certainty of Clearing �1000 without trouble or risk of loss and securing at the same time the current rate of interest on the Money invested. Apply to Thomas Russell solicitor 10th nov., 1854. Wyndham Street. Notice. Exp Joseph Fletcher a amp pm 2 Superior Rosewood Micro a a cordon pianoforte by Allison and Allison 3 kegs negro head Toby ceo 15 a pipes so a Basso and Trumen a Beer 20 he cafe Trumen a Stout 10 Superior Pale Sherry 50 cases Booths old Tom 2 bids Quot a a 20 Drums paint Oil and turns 20 kegs White Lead 15 boxes Balmes pipe 4 pierces Hambro loaves 10 casks crushed sugar 10 cases Mustard 2 a a inks 3 Quot cod liver Oil 1 a a plough and cart harness 2 a a paper hangings 2 a a Bushware 1 Quot letter copying presses Bain amp Burtt. October 31st, 1854. For Sale at t he stores of the undersigned a Moderator lamps assorted sizes 4-�?T- with stands and glasses Complete Andrew Hamilton fort Street november 10th, 1854. Cheap food. Is amp Bacon. Wholesale @ 8d. Per fit by the Ham or Side @ 9d. Per 15, at g. Jenkins new store official Bay oct. 26th, 1854. H a a special meeting of the justices of the peace for the City and District of Auckland will be Holden at the resident magistrates court Auckland on tuesday the fifth Day of december next at twelve of clock noon for the purpose of receiving applications for the Transfer of publicans licenses. James John Pijerov t clerk. Resident magistrates court Auckland 6th november 1854. Just arrived. And on Sale at the steam Mill store Shortland Street 500 lbs. New Carrot seed warranted. Auckland 8tb, nov., 1854. On Sale at the steam Mill store Shortland Street 00 bushels Good feed Oats. Auckland 8th, nov., 1854. For Sale Superior steam Frame saw Mill consisting of engine Cylinder 14 inches diameter and 20 inches stroke and Frame on Mcdowall a principle with Fibular boiler funnel steam Chest and pipe Guage Glass and Cocks two safety valves with Salter a Spring balances scum and blow off Cocks with a two sets Smiths Patent Furnace bars together with a Beautiful and compact separate feed engine for supplying boiler with water. Also _ 108 54-feet saws with buckles and steel keys this Mill is in every respect new and perfect is capable of cutting a log 36x36 into boards t the log is fed by Mcdowall new Patent silent feed motion carried on two cast Iron carriages running on wrought Iron rails. The above can be treated for by applying to or. Orme Hammerton the proprietor or or. Mcnab at the Exchange hotel Shortland Cress cent. A november 7tb, 1854. The an Appeal on behalf of fam Ishing jews in the holy land. Up his lamentable matter having been reiterated and made the them of Universal consideration should not be lost sight of Here. Quot for the purpose of accomplishing the object in Aid of the jews in Palestine and Are now in View so be curtion lists have been opened lying at the Union Bank of Australia at the stores of or. David Nathan Shortland Street and at the stores of or. Charles Dayis Queen Street. A

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