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27 Oct 1854

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27 Oct 1854

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Hobart Colonial Times (Newspaper) - October 27, 1854, Hobart, Tasmania National Library of Australia Saleg Oft to a. Agricultural implements arsenic to just landed imported from England by or. Moore. Or. T. I Lowes Wilf dispose of the following useful variety by auction on Friday 27th october next at twelve precisely / at the new wharf up to Patent digging Machiner by \ Samuelson six improved Iron ploughs one do subsoil do two Patent Hay making machines i two turnip drills i � three winnowing teachings _ � a in Balw Tenil pouting do " one prise cart with Patent tipping a joint f three horse and three hand rakes ,. Six sets Patent Narrows t four cases Dairy implements one Case Patent churns / also Twenty kegs arsenic i cwt. Each the attention of agriculturists is particularly invited the implements Heit g of an sex � ceding by useful character. I i one Hundred ditto s " Lowndes n " one Hundred ditto Brandy and Twenty cases no. 2. Manilla 10,000 j ten ditto no. 3 ditto 10,000 t. Three do.,. Common. �0.000 above j�50, three months on approved Bills. White vinegar. Or. William Ivey will sell by Public auction on tuesday next the 31st inst at eleven ,. O look. At Hil booms Elizabeth Street c4ix Hhd. Very Superior White to " _ vinegar five Quarter casks ditto. Terms at Sale. T brushes paper bags Broad cloth a. Or William Ivey will sell by Public auction on tuesday the 31st october at1 o Olock at his Mart Elizabejh Street hair tooth shoe and also Lead brushes silk parasols ditto umbrellas i 1 1 six Hales paper bags Broad cloth1, a. " term at Sale. Good a Young Man of experience and "7� we stability desires an engagement As accountant i or bookkeeper to apply by letter to x. Z.,"at the office of this new�p0�o Alf to a auction. Land at new Norfolk fifty acre at the Falls Dows heifers draught Mare of. It is generally admitted that new Norfolk possesses Peculiar agricultural advantage not Only of position but Fertility of toil and Tigreat Desideratum of contiguous markets. Therefore to those whose tastes Lead them to choose a country life and Are seeking for ii suitable locality attention is directed to Inatsu Ottanus received by or. Woeley 1 to sell by Publio auction on tuesday tha j4th no ii Berl at Tow Lve ,�_-n-w--0� the Prei ism fifty acres of Rich and productive hand situated at the Falls new nor Folk bounded in the front by the Derwent and at the Sido by the Back River. The land abounds with Timber and is believed also to con Tain Coal in abundance about nine acres now under crop with wheat and Oats and nine acres More under the plough. Also on the premises one splendid draught Mare Gipsy with Colt at foot two yearling heifers two 3-year old steers three Milch Cowa Dairy Beauty and ,. Primrose six geese i one sow. Title to the land Grant. Terms in next. 3541 two Hundred and ninety acres at the Tea tree one thousand eight Hundred and forty acres on lakes Sorell and Crescent the Lonsdale estate six Hundred and eighty acres at Green Ponds. Mrs t. Y7 Lowes is instructed by Edward Franke efq., executor to the estates of his brother the late or. John Frankes to sell without the least Reserve on thursday the 7th december immediately after the Sale of the Beau front estate in three Oty at the Exchange Mart Collins Street i. Hobart town lot it truly valuable agricultural farm at 1 the Tea tree on be Stra Balban Creek Between or. Elliott s and or. Griffiths1 properties containing three locations of 200 acres 50 and 30 acres selected to very Earl period now in the occupation of or. Walker nearly the whole is in cultivation. The Richness of the land in this neighbourhood is proverbial the neighbourhood highly respectable and its distance from town Ano water Carriage very convenient. Terms for this lot -15 percent Deposit s at three months and to at six months. The balance May remain at the option of the purchaser for four years at five per cent interest. Lot 2, consists of the first selection of 1640 acres on lakes Sorell and Crescent and a front Stream that connects them forms the Boundary Between the estate and the township of inter Lacken. The greatest portion is a Rich Marsh. It is All fenced in and bounded in the rear by messes. Clark and Pellinger and Crown land. Lot 3, comprises the Well known estate of Lonsdale at Green Ponds adjoining the Royal Oak inn property consisting of 640 acres 300 of which Are m cultivation. This land might be divided and let in Small farms to great advantage. Terms for lots 2 and 3 the same As lot i except the portion left on mortgage which will be at 7 per cent interest or Cash May be paid for the whole if desired. Or. Lowes begs to notify to those who have requested him to let them know when he hns estates for Sale really Worth their attention and will meet their views that he has much pleasure in inviting them to secure the above As it is Only under Peculiar circumstances like the present such property becomes transferable. 3532 household furniture. Plate books Choice wines cart horses harness a. Sec. Or 1\"y7 Lowes is instructed by sir sir John Lewes Pedder knt., who is about to quit Newlands preparatory to his departure to sell at his present residence on tuesday 31st october next to 12 o clock All the household furniture books Choice wines Silver plate and plated Ware rare engravings China Glass cutlery harness saddlery agricultural and horticultural implements and a great variety of Valu Able effects. R Atso two excellent cart horses powerful staunch in harness quiet and tractable j catalogue will battled in a few Dayl. Tithe whole will a View the Day preceding and morning of saw. Flt terms-Abovt-�50lsjee months credit. 8�17 ". Hemiy Rodd Secretary valuable town property Elizabeth Street. V bed r bed r. Workshop. I. Bed r. I shed Yard. A t Regent House. Tutta a. Bigg s Resi is doacb.3 a r right of r wednesday 1st november. Valuable town property Elizabeth Street. Brick and Stone exceedingly Well finished and commodious premises known As re gent House and now tenanted by or. Morey for the year. Verandah cottage adjoining and extensive wooden build t leg of two stones. Also. I the Stock in Trade of a Carpenter and builder household furniture cd which will be sold by auction j i without Reserve on the premises at half past ii for �2vclook, on wednesday 1st november Byer. To r Ley by order of the prop Dieter or. A. Biggs who is removing to Melbourne. Thereal estate will be submitted to Public Competition in two lots. Lot 1-that justly admired substantial and commodious building known As re gent House in Elisabeth Street and now let to i1 r. J. Morey for the j ear at .�175, containing nine rooms exclusive of a spacious and showy shop having a Noble frontage of 26$ feet. Also j Ard and shed and a detached bed. Room in the 2-that truly convenient Verandah cottage now occupied by or Biggs containing a Parlour 22 by 12 feet sitting room two bed rooms inn try Kitchen and office. Also a capital wooden building 52 by l8 feet two Sto Ries High with two Good lied Rooma attached a Yard in the rear with Entrance from Warwick Street and a Well Encl frying pans axes Cross Cut saws shovels weighing machines Iron safes assorted Ironmongery of. A. Or. Willum Ivey will sell by Public auction on tuesday next the 31st inst., at 11 o clock at his Mart Elizabeth Street f fifteen packages Ira Nongory asunder one cask magnets trowels padlocks chisels hammers tin plates rat traps dog chains dishes tooth hammers coach wrenches brass padlocks pocket knives jews harps Handcuffs a. One cask frying pans one cask american axes handled one cask Cross Cut saws one cask shovels and grafting tools one cask american axes one cask do do one cask Cork screws spurs Brad awls Tea Bells spoke shaves plated goods snuffers rules Tea spoons Blind and rack bullies cupboard turns dog collars brass head nails Copper Scales brushes steel pens one cask american aies and Toma Hawk one cask do. Three Patent weighing machines six bar weights one cask Japan Ned und cruet a and Banis Ter brushes one cask falling axes and bar weights one Iron Safe one cask rat traps tinned ladies pad locus of. One cask Bright singling axes australian let cheats singling do and tomahawks brass taps and sundries. Terms at Twenty casks beef. Or. William Ivey will sell by Public auction on tuesday next the 30th instant at Leven o clock at Hil Mart Eligabeth Street a Twenty casks prime beef. Terms As usual. Glenor Chy cattle Sale first Friday in the month. Or we Trey will hold the november Sale on Friday the 3rd november at 12 o Dock at the traveller s rest. Parties interested Are reminded of the time and place. Terms As usual. 0000 Hobart town savings Bank notice of removal. to take notice that the savings Bank will be closed for the purpose of removal on the last Day of the present and the first of the ensuing month. And that on and after the 2nd Proximo the business of the savings Bank Wilf be conducted in the premises lately occupied by h. Bowden in Stone buildings at the Angle of Murray and Macquarie streets exactly opposite St. David s Church. Geboe w. Walker actuary. Savings Bank Collins Street. 20th of 10th month october1854. 3495 sed Garden in front adds to the convenience and Comfort of the dwelling tile ground comprehending this lot has a frontage of 23 feet on Eliza v by a depth of 103 feet about 100 feet of which is nearly 50 feet wide and there is a right of Way reserved 7 feet Ide but with the privilege of building Over it. It would be superfluous to Speik of these properties As " capital investments " rare opportunities and such like clap traps. " those who run May read and the " signs of the times indicate that years must elapse before the skilled labour Market can become redundant and hence the maintenance if not indeed the increased value of buildings adapted for private or business purposes. Immediately after the Sale of the properties the Stock in Trade will he disposed of consisting of Fine Well sea soned Timber and boards for building purposes doors Sash frames locks hinges nails screw and various Iron work trucks Barrows lathes benches tools paints pitch varnish tar so boxes of tin window Glass part of a threshing and chaff cutting Niao Liine and a silvering Stone in working order with Lead weights. These with Many other articles at present overlooked will be found valuable and useful to the Trade in particular. The afternoon s business will conclude with the Bale of the surplus f. Household furniture. Which May be described As of a useful and mis Cellaneous character. Terms for the premises one third Cash the remainder at 3, 6, and 9 months at 6 per cent or Cash for the whole at the option i the purchaser. For the Stock in Trade a Cash under ���0, above that sum 3 months. S�55 Sale of merchandise. To close consignments. By or. T. Y. Lowes on monday next 30th october at eleven o Olock precisely at his Mart she under no. 391 and 393. I w o Case fancy and regatta Hirts i he is in Diamond three cases fancy Lustre dresses he two cases French ribbons and Flowers no. 67 and 55 two cases Satin cravats and elegant neckties to great variety. He & a nos. 1 and 2 two cases Caol Moro and Barege shawls nos. 4 and c in Diamond two cases Light printed de Laines Lill in Diamond no. 11 to it seven cases Barege dresses and fancy Robes no. 31 i one Case bal Zareen dresses Waht in Diamond 226, 226, and 230 to 237 ten cases Cashmere and de Laine dresses and Bayadere Robes nos. 239 to 24s ten cases flowered Taconet Robes de Laine and Balzarine dresses nos. 249 to 264 sixteen cases Jacinot dresses a. ,. Lbs no 10 tone Case corded petticoats. Nos. 7 and 8two cases window muslims no. 2 s one Case Book and twill muslims he in Diamond to three costs double twill where practicable each Case will be sold by the invoice. Terms above �50, three months credit on approved Bills. 3543 important Sale of land a. A. One of the Best estates for its extent in the Southern hemisphere comprising 7015 acres. I i with splendid mansion and outbuildings of Cut Stone suitable for the residence of a family of the highest respectability. Or. T. Y. Lowes has received positive instructions from the proprietor Arthur Smith Esq to sell by auction at the Exchange Mart Collins Street at 12 o clock t on thursday 5th Deo. Next the estate of Beau front now inthe occupation of the proprietor con sisting of 7015 acres of land the Pink of the celebrated Ross Reserve within a mile of the township of Ross and fronting one mile and a half on the Macquarie River. It is divided into 12 paddocks securely enclosed with about 30 Miles of substantial fencing and each of them abundantly supplied with water. The land is a Rich chocolate Loam producing the finest herbage for sheep pasture. Sales by auction. The residence which is elegantly finished Willi beautifully White Cut Stone comprises 13 apartments beside Kitchen scullery Buller � pantry Larder store room and extensive cellar age with several convenient out offices surrounded by a delightful shrubbery and larg Garden in the highest state of cultivation and stocked with every variety of the choicest fruit. Water is at present supplied from an Vei flowing source and circulated through every department to the Nap Ernst orig " the new ii dings of St or a substantial vsfoiie3 Pitt Welu arranged Wou House with Shaung room dipping apparatus and Sheds with battened floors adjoining the Yards flit servant s dwelling stable loft granary and coach House Are also built of Stone the delightful situation of this property and its inti indic value Are so Well known and appreciated Here thit a description is almost unnecessary the simple announcement of its a tended Sale being considered sufficient and to those parties resident in port Phillip who feel a desire to possess a property that will always be regarded with Pride and satisfaction or. Lowes earnestly invites an inspection As no description can give an adequate idea o i preeminence Possession will be Given in january next 1 Erms-23 per cent Deposit in Cash one half May remain at the option of the purchaser for 3 or 5 j ears at 6 per cent and the remainder by Bills at 3, 6, 9, and 12 months at same interest title new Grant 3496 new town desirable building allotments and massive Wall containing above fifty thousand bricks. Or. Worle y will sell by auction on the ground adjoining the property of or John James at new town on monday the 6th two for half past that eligible situated paddock opposite or Cato s Garden calculated either for one no blk residence or a number of smaller dwellings having a frontage of 300 links on the new town Road and a depth of 500 links in Cross Street and a capital Wall containing above 20,000 bricks unless the whole should be sold at least seven Days prior to the above Date the following division will take place lot i the entire Wall extending $00 links Down Cross Street and computed to contain More than 60,000 bricks. 2 Corner allotment 150 links by 150 links 3 adjoining or. James 150 links by 500 links. Fronting on Cross Street 50 links by 160 each 10 title Grant terms half Cash remainder at three months. 3506 3 Ivanhoe the Winner of the 2vd prize at the Grane Midland Steeple Chase or t. Y. Lowes is instructed by the owner whose occupation will not permit him to devote that attention so valuable an animal requires to offer this splendid horse for Sale by auction. At the Cross Marsh on wednesday 1st november next previous to the Sale of Stock at 12 precisely. Subject to his engagement for the �100 sweepstakes to be run at the Brighton races on tuesday 2nd november next. This Majestic powerful thorough bred horse is n Bright Bay seven years old sire old Little John dam Bridget Grandin Onel of or. Marsden n s. W celebrated mares. He won the two principal stakes at the last Green Ponds meeting and the publicans purse at the Brighton races almost without training it is confidently affirmed by those Oom Patent to give an opinion that he would have gained the first prize at Campbell town had he been properly Ridden and it is presumed that he will prove himself the Best horse m the Colony 3445 to let the property of the estate of the late John ale Ger situated it new town comprising i a substantial Blok dwelling Houe Suita ble residence for a family of respectability w Ith Garden Orchard greenhouse of. There is attached to the above a Bren House malt House and Kiln flour Mills Bone Mills bums stabling for 10 horses coach House gig ditto harness room men House cd with about Twenty acres of Choice land six acres of which Are Laid Down in English grasses. The Garden contains about five acres stocked with f he choicest fit and fore to times seven acres is cropped Wuh Hay. The Garden j and pm t of the gras land Are under irrigation having a Bountiful Supply of water from the new 1 own Rivulet. The above will be let m one lot. Security will be required for the rent. For further Haiti Cullis and cards to View apply to Henry Tonkin enq., Stone buildings or to or William Ivey auctioneer Elua bet Street. J Msj n a the crops Eui be taken at valuation. I. 274 " Al . Pleasure trip Monarch Steamer. The Monarch will leave the Law Hanif for Bridgewater on Satur Day 28th october at twelve o clock passengers will have the Opportunity off Landing for about Art hour and the vessel will Start again for town at half past two. Varez 4s children half Price tickets to be obtained at Brown & Thoj a sons old wharf 3551 Monarch Steamer. The above Favourite vessel will leave new Norfolk at half pest seven a reach Bridgewater at half past eight res Down Quarter past nine arrive in town about ten o clock and return to new Norfolk daily it three p from town the pleasure trips of the above vessel will in no w in interfere with her daily business trips n b Trio above arrangement will take effect from mond to Joth october. 3544 to the inhabitants of new town George Arnold bread Ano fancy biscuit maker Blizabe�h-8treet, Hobarton several persons in the above locality having it Quested to be regularly sup plied with bread,-6 a begs to say that on and after monday nov uth his bread cart runs to new town persons desirous to to waited on will oblige by leaving their names and address october 21 35a 0 notice. � ship k e it should this meet the Eye of either of the gentlemen who came out in the above ship from Dorsetshire to Melbourne last year and brought letters from Home for the end Zuur and who Are sup posed to be now in the neighbourhood of the City either of them will much oblige by addressing a letter to s Sor a Dudge Devenish care of or George Simonds colonial time office Hobart town Hobart 1 own oct 20 zip twi. Iliff Loffl Mimi Elizabeth Street a 53� so. Sub � pop Bittor of the firm of Solomon and Perel officiant of London � the Public Are respectfully informed that this Bazaar is opened for the Sale of All kinds of fancy goods at astonishing Low prices combined with elegance and cheapness match less in any House in Hobart town. S e. P has also opened an optician Ary depart ment and he assures All those who wish to pre serve their eyesight to Ballau once and get suited with his Peculiar preserving glasses which Are not to be had anywhere except at the French Bazaar. Having been Patron sed by the Princi Pio nobility of this City already As also of England begs to acquaint his customers that he has on hand All kinds of Gold Silver and steel spectacles and Alt of makes to order the same at remark Abs Low prices. R French Bazaar opposite Walch and sons stationers Eliza Beth street0001 passages from England to Vandiemen land under the government Bounty Immi Gration act by the Black Ball line of australian packets1 he Public Are hereby informed that arrangements have been made with the colonial government and the owners of the above line of packets by which holders of Bounty tickets will be provided with free passages from London and Liverpool m the ships of the line to Hobart town and Laun Ceston on application to messes John Jaffray and co great St Helen a London orto the owners Masara James Baines and co 6, Cook Street Liverpool. For further advice and information apply Todo Coz Jackson and co Launceston of to Webb Boole and co new wharf Hobart blown jute 24 207 steam engine. F forsake a fifteen horse Power High pressure steam engine direct action with nue boiler Complete apply to messes. Easby and Robertson Albion foundry or to or. T y. Loe Exchange. Oct. 17. 3484

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