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1 Apr 1840

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Sydney Colonist (Newspaper) - April 1, 1840, Sydney, New South Wales Of me s of subscription Forth of oural hich w Ednes "j0ur. Aln Tud a morning Are eight Shil. Ean so r n Sydney and ten shilling Sandl end Winthe country end the 31st of March 30th of june a Betarte or and 31st of december at which pm of pet subscribers decline by giving notice e i he amount due to the end of the current Eye i s for advertisements or r eight lines and under two shillings and re or d eight and orders or advertisements should specify the num co ofttimes they Are to be inserted As they will be be Rosed until countermanded unless out of Date i chirped to the parties concerned. To. Aile Els must be Post paid or they will not a Poleni bin. Notice. e beg to assure our. Subscribers who have w complained of late of not receiving their per at their residences that some mistakes must to met i by the runners and we Shal feel 01ed if they will give us timely notice of such de be a in order that they May be rectified. Ere Ilta sometime offers Reward of five pounds m to Midi Ideal who will give us information that so colonist office. Ca for g1apara, say of islands and of port Nicholson d Tryphe very fast sailing barque 1 Anna Watson 310 tons Register g. Stewart commander of will assuredly sail for the above ports re Osythe Lotof april. Tic this Vesel has very Superior accommodations for la nags and affords an excellent Opportunity for t ,1 wishing to visit the above interesting Settle having lofty tween decks she will prove a i Rable vessel for cattle. For freight or Pas. Papa Pluto. Vav to we. Drake and. Co.,. George Street a s or to Paul and co.,. Charlotte place. Is Seney March 2l. Lie to most desirable farms to let Ono ease with immediate posses c or. Lyons in Hli received instructions from the proprietor to sell i by private contract to the leases of two of the finest farms in the Colony situated at the co pastures and South week with the whole of the crops cattle horses Al blk implements a. They present advantages of Piper or character and Are particularly worthy the it be Noonoo graziers or persons entering into farming w Liness the Soilis acknowledged to be amongst the or he an most productive in new South Wales. Of to further particulars May be obtained by applying tit for. Lyons at his temporary rooms George Ca f.�5rewa3r. G �-0--o stolen or Strayor i Trou the paddock 6f or. Dunlop adjoining p f the farm of Captain Moffatt Parramatta Road a ago a Chestnut Mare about 10 years old about 15 or 16 hands High branded cd on neck the letters insist inf with her filly of a hyc Olour about 18 months old branded s on left Ileo Heneck. E au10so,. So a Black Mare about 4. Years old Small White to Diredo Enface branded w b on shoulder and a d Bry Colt one year old branded w on shoulder but e a Brand has run a Large Blotch is almost Only a. Z whoever will bring the above to or Bell late Whittaker a Parramatta. Will receive the above i keep. 0 -0 f Corsale by private bargain lab Hundred Maiden Ewen War. Granted sound and free from diseases of any these deep Are now grazing about 150 Miles i Fri Sydney on the Road to port Phillip and Adee where they can be delivered. Any person Dis to Purchase these sheep May ascertain their by applying to. Or. Rees Jones George Street s keep medic one. -0- b Sale at the stores of the undersigned Orr Loov sublimate Sal ammonia be vitriol to Lenore. Spit Star. Ochser comets of la descriptions with directions for use r yes Jones and co., reels Jamaica Ginger. Carraway seeds. Sib pints and half pints. Quo Price Leawhite sugar " Salmon. us re bad Bluee Rees Jones and co Georgei Street. 1 l5 Iason s arms 2otel. Of tames warm Ani legs to inform his friends and the Public in gon that having obtained a License for the h incl Ahe York hotel and now know Nas the a a begs to assure All those who May o Ith heir patronage that every particle m Ebest Quality and at moderate charges. Oil the Interior can be supplied with a and stabling for their horses. J a. No Perior accommodation civil waiters of and Well qualified Groom will ensure o a Rao ement from a discerning Public. L Lages nos.548 and 266 meet Here the first tuesday nearest the full Moon or the second monday in the month. Oth in Illta ,. To Barrack Gate. A leter Bearn the Dublin postman and i ca0�?� to William Sise Printer colonist ? be obtained on application to j. Spils purify be Efthi paper. Prospectus of the banking company. T. Lie want of a sufficient circulating Medicin the difficulty of. Exchange and the consequent restrictions in Commerce by reducing All mercantile transactions to a Mere barter a have Long been Felt As serious and almost insurmountable obstacles to the " Prosperity of new zealand. ?. The Bay of islands from its various and Peculiar advantages has been and must always continue the great commercial depot of. New zealand and consequently the place where the disadvantages s before mentioned Are must severely Felt. To remedy this evil and to afford Grater facilities to Coni Mercial and agricultural Enterprise it is pro 1posed to establish a joint Stock b3anking company on general and popular principles to place its Shames by their number and Small separate Vilue within be reach of All cusses and thereby Render the com Ca Unity in the principle now so extensively recon. Lansed in great Britain As far As possible their own a Bankers. The Bank shall be called thine zealand Fei banking company with a capital of �50,000, in its 5000 shares of �10 each-3000 shares shall be Dis posed of in new zealand and the remaining 2000 the reserved for the Sydney Market l1 per share shall eve be paid by the subscribers on the Day after the allot. M Mentor the shares and a second Deposit of �1 Perth Hare in six. Months from the commencement of the the business of the Bank future Calls at least six Moi its c Between each Call to be tade by the directors and so not Moreil Tian �1 per share to be demanded at each m Call. To prevent monopoly it is proposed that no person shall hold More than 100 shares. The business of the Bank to be conducted by a manager and eight n directors. A to at a general meeting of t i inhabitants to of the Bay of islands convened on the 18th feb in Rumary 1840 for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of establishing joint Stock Bank., William v. But Ewe Esq., in the chair. Nice following resolutions were unanimously agree to. The med Resolution moved by Henry Thompson Esq., seconded by William Wilson Esq i ,. That in the opinion of this meeting their necessity if i a banking establishment has for some time existed pc and that. From the increasing population and rising Prosperity of new zealand generally and the Bay of islands in particular the formation of such an Stab to Lish ment is not imperatively called for. Resolution second. At moved Iby Alexander a Gregor Esq., seconded by Charles b. Brewer Esq that a Bank be established to be called the new zealand banking company with a capital of 50,0001, to in. 5,000 shares of 101. Each 3,000 shares to be by disposed of in new zealand and the remaining 2,000 it to be reserved for the Sydney Market.,. W Resolution third.�,. A moved by Charles b. Brewer Esq seconded by 8 Willisam Donald Esq.= a provisional committee be appointed com in y posed of thirteen members nine to form a quorum s with Power to add. To their numbers. Which shall be w entrusted with. All the preliminary arrangements of Ai forming the new zealand banking company and a hat the shareholders shall be bound to Resolution fourth. Moved by Alexanderis Gregor,.Esq.,seconded by o Geores a Rry a that. No. Other restrictions than. The necessity of iring notice of Sale shall be imposed upon Shoaei postal of shares in the new zealand banking com. It Pony. T r. Solution fifth. I moved by John Kelly Esq., seconded by Francis Hodgkinson Esq. I that a list of shareholders shall be opened and is each person on signing i Nannie Shalt Deposit As a Security one shilling per share with thee Secretary of he provisional committee and that the funds pro used by these deposits shall go towards defraying the i expenses incidental to the formation of the new o Ealand banking company t Resolution sixth s moved by John Scott Esq., seconded by a 1 m1 Gregor Esq " " r that the share list shall remain open one month Only unless it shall seem necessary to the provisional b committee to extend the time. Resolution seventh. I moved by Henry Thomson Esq seconded by Wiilliam bnutler.-. That on Pound per share depot shall paid on the Day after the allotment of the shares Fiat a c fall of one Pound per share shall be made in six Mion the o of which due notice shall be Given and that to a prevent monopoly no person shall hold More than one Hundred shares i. ". Resolution eighth. A moved by Thomas chaplain do ended by to John Weavell Esq that the following gentle ii Heba cited i Mem Ribers of Ith e provisional committee i-1" s. I3. . Henry thom6pson. " m u. Alexander 3 Gregor. Air Fri Incis Hodgkinson a s or. George Russeli. " w Dilia Wilson " Spicer. A i 1r, Charles b. Brewer. Sir. William Macdonald. I Johnston. S or. William Butler a i or Daniel pollen. " or. C. T. Clayton. I wanted bythe. New zealand anti ing company i manager he Mijat Stahl fully competent to z a the situation. Applications which will be daily answered. Will be received up to the Ryle tree to or. , k office of messes. Chambers and Holden Solis tors to the company. A. Sydney Anarch 17, 1840.? Ineis zealand 3banitzi"g company. he 2000 shares reserved for Sydney having i been la ub6 i ribbed for in the Short space of two Days Ani n applicant Isis of r upwards of. 2b00 Shar Nimori living been made or. son deems i advisable to open a list for applications for shares in the Bank who elitist the will on his return to the Bay Lay before a general meeting of ithe Subici Bersi a Lse Willind a with a recommendation it extend the minibar of the company to 10,000 instead of 5000. Or. Thomp son however does not guarantee to the applicants that they will obtain the shares or any portion of the shares for which they apply. The list will be open this Day for applications at the office of the Sydney banking company i Henry Tho Epson. Agent to the new zealand Barking company. 3ydney, March 17, 1840. 73 renders for building a presbyterian Church these Atli end of Sydney will be received at the Morce of messes. Dodds Blackett and Aird i. Sussei Street till the 15th of a Pill plans and st specifications can be seen at the Rev James Fullerton a 6, Elizabeth Street . Sydney miirch21. 2. ,7. Estate Fol or e the property of Leslie duigud1, Esq in z 41a. To. I 5, the Survey of this very desirable pro Perty being now Complete r. Smart. C is enabled Toi a inbound that the Sale is fixed for path u red a april 2, at twelve o clock when Wonhe will submit the following lots to Public com. Ial petition wit list Reserve. To has rare occurred that or. S., has had it in his Power to recommend to purchasers a pro. Perty so very desirable Iwother look ish g at its t 61 cavity being Only six Miles Distant from West Maitland Bridge its Central situation surrounding what Ca nature has marked for a rising Village its extreme inc Fertility from every Inch being productive land and pc ready Access Towater. At or. Smart therefore. Cannot too Luh Ihly estimate e advantages of this property As he is satisfied that every purchaser at any thing like a moderate rate will us make 100 per cent of his bargain in the course of sex ree years arid before he is called on to pay More tee an 20 per cent and current interest for the Pur Chase an advantage which the proprietor has thrown be so liberally open to the industrious settler of Small eans. To settlers at inv Ermein Cassilis , new England &c.,. This property offers inestimable advantages As a Homestead or refreshing place for their teams they being assured of plenty of water and abundance of feed in Ordinary seasons a ruinous u l is of Bullocks will be saved quite adequate to the Terest of the Ladd bought. There is abundance of Stone and Brick Earth of the estate. The terms Are so exceedingly Liberal As to require no comment from the auctioneer sufficient to say e frugal and industrious May acquire a portion of this splendid property on a Small outlay which a few years Industry and attention will convert into a valuable Little farm. And. Let hem Only Plant it Gra Lually with Orange Trees for which the whole of the property is admirably calculated. And a competence for their family is secured this very valuable property is within an tour s ride of Maitland and is in the heart f a very Fertile District being bounded on the West by the Oswald is Tats the River Hunter and the Luskentyre estate and on the North by the very Beautiful property of Windermere the seat of w. C. Wentworth Esq. It Mot i or contains 118 acres of Rich alluvial land attached at the Homestead. On this lot is erected substantial or Brick building which a Little expense in repair would Mii convert into a comfortable residence of four rooms Ith a pantry Kitchen Roomy store cellar Dairy Ca and servants apartments having a granary. Above As 80 Teet in length attached to the House is a Well fenced and Well filled Garden and Orchard vines oranges and Lemons and capable of being made to be yield �200 per annul from fruit alone. There Are e stables Blacksmith s shop and huits on this lot b which is bounded on the North Bly the River i Hunter and on the South principally by Katrine and nearly the whole of the ground has been under Cul vation. Cd rot 2 " consists of 133 acres of Fertile Downs bounded so n the North by Katrine and lot 1 the gun n-ulr.-ur7nw-rro7mm-tnts-Iorsacom to be met with and still More rarely excelled. The View Isen the a. He abroad Nomof . Its thousands of wild fowl and the River Hunter in foreground and the background displays in the r distance the lofty mountains known As mount n Dyring tyrannies and the mighty Yangorin. This i lot swell Worth �20 per acre As a gentleman s seat i and nos. 13 and 14partake of its advantages. There is a Garden attached to this lot. S tots 3 to 10 b Are Small farms varying Fromi 20 to 31 acres breach. The whole Are of Rich arable land bounded in on the South by the st. Patrick s Plains Road and on i the lots 1 and 2. Several of these lots pos p Ess a View of the mountains and nos. 3, 4, 5, and in 6, contain a portion of the Rich alluvial Flat near the it Homestead. A . S 11 to 17 to i 19 to 32 acres of Rich pasture lands it bounded by reserved roads and having Access to the a River Hunter the new from no. 17 is almost n equal to that from no. 2. S i its 18 to 21 q i vary from 26 to 30 acres and Are the Only lots s with the exception of 1, 2, and 70, which will be sold singly. It will be optional with the purchasers a of. All other lots to take the adjoining one at the same a Raie the first is knocked Down to them so that a larger f Quantity than40 acres can be insured to any bidder. E the lots have River frontages and consist of the Rich alluvial soil Peculiar Brushy land of the Hun z Teir care has been taken to Reserve an ample a tearing place for cattle at the end of the reserved re Road adjoining the River. To. Zts22 to 29 f contain 21 to 35 acres and Are equal in soil to nos. 3 to 10 they Are bounded on the North by the main Road. Many of. These possess splendid views i and Are capable of being made very valuable. Arts 30 to 33 contain 23 to 31 acres each of Rich land and Are i bounded on the Fri Ortlip by Lochinvar Creek. I ots 3? to 51 Are Village allot tents of of an acre to nearly 2 acres each bounded on the North by the main Road or Maitland Street Andi on the South by Lochinvar r Creek 36 Adid 49 Are however reserved for the present As watering places for the Village.-. Ots a to 57 con Taini of Aii acre to upwards of 2 acres each and bounded on one Side by the Creek arid on the other Side with the exception of 53 by reserved roads. These Are very valuable lots. Are i Lydid Corner allotments of about one acre i Ari Etterer sem e of entertainment Iton this line of Road for 1 5 Miles these lots Are Well worthy the attention of parties desirous of conducting frequented . It is Well Keno hat at thievery during the Iong drought almost All the drays camped for tile ight i and had plenty of water and Grasi for the Bullocks. S lots.60 to,63k2i. Are Village allotments of from half an Arciere to an acre each bounded by tie Creek on oneside Andi by the Road to Windermere Nohle other. Tots so to 49are desirable allotments bounded As before and Contarini in from 5 to 8 acres t Here is no More Timber on these lots than will be required Foxfire Bood. The land is equal to. That of Illawarra without the expense of Clearing an advantage. Equal to �5 an s acre which nearly the whole of this estate possesses. Oto. Is a Gem of. The first water being bounded by the Creek on the West and possessing a Chain of Ponds one of a Lucilas never been dry it contains nearly 12 acres of Rich land and is Well Worth �20 an acre., " sets t to 5. S Aire Small farms of from 20 to 25 acres bounded on the West bythe Road to Windermere and on the East by the Loeh Invar Creek. Nature has done for this land but Man May do More and than ten year s time when the steamers and5 Rall roads a have brought this properly within almost the distance a of Parramatta to the capital this will be a densely i populated neighbourhood raising vast supplies for a Sydney. ,. To having concluded the Sale of the farms and. Suburban Alipot Menist or. Smart will it up the following half acre allotments of that part of the state set apart As the Village of Lochinvar which has been judiciously Laid out by or. Knapp to twelve sections As follows -., a to 17 of Section no. I 1 21 of ditto no 2 1 -20 of ditto no. 3 1.- 4. Of ditto. No. 4 1 18 of ditto Noi 5 Section no 6 is reserved for a Market place 7 for a Church and 8 for a on the reek which is about to be eur ranked at different places by the proprietor who is determined to spare no expense in seconding the intention of. Nature hich seems to have marked out this As highly t calculated for the maintenance and settlement of an industrious peasantry. Terms. For Purchas ers guide 200, approved Bills at 3 6 9, Ani 12 in Ontis Date. For up chasers from �200 to �500, 20 per o an approved Bill at 3 months Date adding interest the remainder to be securer on the pro erty free of expense to the Vendor for five yers h Bank interest. For purchasers above �500, ,20 per , or approved Bills at three months Date adding interest the remainder to be secured on thie property free of expense to the Vedor at ten per cent interest for ten years. Purchasers to pay the expenses of their own con f Reyance and of the securities required title a Grant from the Crown. T a lunch will be provided. I ent s Poz it c Parramatta River. C within one mile of Eissing Point Church c and surrounded by the mansions of m ajor r , Hannibal Macarthur Esq., t m.c., g. T. Palmer Esq., , f Esq., Rutledge Esq., 3. Blaxland t Esq., l.c., and Many other influential and highly respectable persons. Of f Stitle a Grant from the Crown. F. ? o1 out in auction. Byer. Blackman t at his Roins Regent Terrace , in t i consequence of the destruction by fire of the Royal hotel on tuesday april 14, at twelve 0 o clock precisely ? ? r. Blackman Lias most gratefully to a. I knowledge the Honor conferred upon him by f the respected proprietor of the above mentioned o property in placing in his hands Froit positive Sale and. Cannot refrain from remarking upon his the o proprietor s liberality in submitting. This Beautiful property f Kent s Point in one lot 0 containing 12., acres described in the title deeds As follows 0 All that piece or parcel of land containing by o a measurement twelve a Ricer or less situated in the District of Eastern farms o funded on the South East by a line bearing North Foty two degrees thirty five minutes East Twenty eight chains ninety links on the North by a Road of o fifty feet wide reserved for the use of the proprietor in 0 common with the occupiers of the adjoining lands bearing East sixteen degrees Twenty one. Nii nutes f sout Lih three chains fifty five links on the North Vest Iby a ing bearing North for a nine degrees Twenty minutes East Twenty two chains eighty links and on is e South by the. was. This property is most conveniently situated for the Marin Villa re silences of officers of the army or Navy retiring merchants of Sydney and other c raders it is most delightfully situated in the Navi Gable part of the Parramatta River and past which steamboats run up and Down from Parramatta and t Sydney four times a Day a boat plying to them As 0 they pass on the . The surrounding scenery is c beyond description Beautiful being nearly All occupied c by cleared farms Orange Groves Orchards and t vineyards which either in Blossom or fruit attract Universal admiration of the hundreds of persons who t pass to and from Sydney and Parramatta daily. To t the fortunate purchaser if speculation be his object t offers to be one of the most profitable chances the t auctioneer has any recollection of for the re Sale of his Well known and valuable property by dividing t into Small allotments it having been the wonder of f All persons acquainted with the situation that it was t of reserved by the government As a site for a town. I ship. Much More might be said in favour of this valuable property which the auctioneer considers i quite unnecessary it being so Short a distance from a Sydney and cannot easily escape the observation of 1 persons passing up and Down the Parramatta River and in order to prevent the inconvenience of Dis p appointment to strangers from being misdirected a painted Board will be placed near the water s Edge near to which will be hoisted a. Blue and White distinguishing Pennant. O terms. Twenty per Deposit and the Side of the Purchase Money by approved Bills at three and six months without interest to Bear Date c from the Day of Sale Security upon the property if required. Other particulars May be Hadi on application if by letter Post paid at the office of the auctioneer Regent Terrace Hunter Street Sydney. Hunter s River auction company., the second monthly Sale of the above company ill take place at their commodious Yards at the Back Ionthe. Albion inn i s Day april 1, at twelve o clock precisely. He following Stock will be offered for Sale. About i one Hundred head of fat Herd of about three Hundred head,.one quiet Dairy cows mixed Herd of about two Hundred head i thirty Good Milch cows. Four Hundred fat Wethers two Hundred aged ewes i. Small flock of ewes and lambs ten Superior rams of the Saxon Breed. R.?7" i sound and free from Dij Oase u re Niue e one Nib Dumitre horse t hit three Brood mares a Iid fillies Stii tedi to Gratis oedipus George the fourth,.and councillor " several other mares and horses i i twelve tons Hay mixed Lucerne and Barley More or less in lots to suit at Sale n. A any persons liaising Stock for Sale on that Day will please Send information to the Lunter s River auction com Pany s office at least one Day previous to the Sale. -0. " ? to i Sgolik b unction try l Liscombe. At or. Arthur s Public. House in Toh township of Bathini Krstin monday april 6, a noon bout fifteen excellent Brunod Mariesl Hoies foals mostly Schie Fily from the Stock of the late colonel Uii ares All broke in and Ard perfectly quiet with the exception of the cols. Terms Umler �30 Cash " �30 to �t100"? d month above �1"00 Thirki and six months approved c endorsed . Also a a Herd of mixed Catle of Abolitz one Hundred is head and one acre and i half of land sit irate in the e Parish of Kelso. A nearly Opu Soite the Ries Tidence of y mar. Ford. Terms an approved Bill at three month ii i at the same time about five Hundred ewes Strong d sound and he Altai y. In " or Nam s at ale. Oil casks sex 6"woodbridg? i Oica b Bof $i.isttcttion,.a Hebblewhite and Vickery at the wharf of messes. Cain Bell and co., Low in. George Street t h d a a eleven o clock precisely h a e Hundred and sixty tons new 0il s terms rat time of Sale. Three Hundred ales " and old of of merchandise o up5country storekeepers warehouse at men publicans grocers saddlers Iron. A mongers a to close various. Consign. Ments without Reserve. -0--o of be olt by " a and Vickery ave received messes. J i and co., to Offei for Sale at their store spas g o Street for Orrow april. 2 and the of blowing Day at eleven o clock each Day hrs free Iii did Hales and cases of Merchan Udise consisting of. T two cases Best superfine clothing. A a i four., cases Woollen and tartan ditto including r boys suits o free Bales heavy striped shirts and Duck frocks a five Bales Tiwi led regatta Dit two Bales printed . Oner Bale checks p one Bale Turkey red stripes. One Bale corded bengals one Bale Derries it three Bales Bengal Aid Cross striped shirting. Free Bales fancy printed garments latest style Ive cases fancy Check and Satin striped Gingham is iwo cases Madras fancy Check Verona 1-Andker l chiefs a one Case Plain and willed Black Hollands our Bales Best Jean stripes the fifteen Bales Best Grey shirting. Five Bales Best Grey sheeting ?. Onie Bale Liest bleached so meetings of ten cases Best Iho Landsa and bleached Shir Tigs is three cases window Hollands p to cases Union Hollands one cases Irene sewed collars. Two cases men women and children s Cotton Hosia by four. Cases sewing Cottons on reels., be ease e Linen shirts one Case beef scotch tapes ? one Bale White Linen bed covers two ases Rich silk cloaking. Four Bales tweeds and Woollen tartans one Case Long and Short leather gaiters gloves purses. one Case coins and brushes Necase beads and purses one Case assorted jewellery is one Case Cotton and India rubber and p Ulles assorted of Case cloth velvet and scotch Caps one Case boy s belts stocks and stiffeners one Case silk parasols assorted. One Case women s and children s shoes Ani boots no one Case women s coloured and White Jean a Sta s four cases , consisting of i Adies Geri Lemeni land boys saddles pain and Lim Lutary bridles,%tilrups,.girth be. Sixteen cases Shoemaker s thread one Case bust Claise hides saucers bowls Tea pots plates dishes Lowers basins and Chambers one Case Patent Coffee pots. B also b Wenty two baskets sugar. At one Hundred and fifty bags Rice. V i one Case arrowroot a one Case confectionery Wenty five cases preserves consisting of jams jellies and marmalade 2 Welve cases superfine Durham Mustard in cases salad Oil to cases Cherry Brandy or Ratafia in Quarter casks and one Hogshead Superior Sherry s wine dirty casks three to four dozen Superior old Sherry our cases six dozen very Superior Claret 3 Welve barrels four dozen Pale ale a Twenty casks containing sixty dozen Pale Edinburgh Aleis eight casks fifty dozen Porter v a Small Quantity of very Superior bottled Ryder thirty to forty tons pig Iron. With a great variety of articles too numerous to particularism. Also t at the same time and place a Large Quantity of merchandise on account of the underwriters Niobe 1 or less damaged by sea water for particulars c see separate messes. H. And v. Would remind parties Liat an b equally eligible Opportunity of purchasing is Seldom offered the articles being of the very Best description to Well calculated for the Marke t arid will be offered t without reservation to fair Competition. Terms Liberal will be declared at time of Sale. A suburban allotments at Delbou Ine and i town sections at William s portent a Sale. On wednesday the 29thapril next will be sold by auction at the hotel Melbourne at ten o clock punctually 1-65i? half acre allotments planned with great judgment from four of to original suburban sections know ii ind mapped at the government Sale As 6, nos. 56, 65, 66, and 75, presently the p to peril of Hughes and husking Joey Nev. Situate,.-a-.i _ Meiver Margra Fairra and within one mile of the own of Melbourine the whole. Of these allotments have capital Road frontage a a convenient Access to the River. S after which Sive original town allotment is mapped ii no 2 t6in c la s in e ,. l. ,. _ i Section no. 4, William s town. Frontin fl1sbiio s Bay excellent Maer Iby digging is obtainable Lin abundance. Further information will be Given in a future advertisement Viand maps of the property obtained by applying to ,.r.i Clint engraver George steet. Albion mlills., March 18, 1840. Of. Sale at Liverpool to storekeepers innkeepers and private families. By. Order of the trustees of mess ? Oberts Cave and co. Al to ase 1ol1iat 4ftrttion. 3y or. Ryons at the stores of i Essres. Roberts Cave and co for. Minerly Forbe hotel Liverpool to Morrow i april 2, at eleven o clock precisely myl turf whole in trade., com or song i wines in cask and bottle. E bottled and draught ale and Porter t cider cordials l sugar Tei Rice tobacco air i vinegar pork slops Ironmongery. ,160 bushels Maize and a Large Quantity of other goods. Terms at tip of Sale two Grants of and at Brisbane water i. 0 to be sold by auction., or. Lyons As received insure actions to offer by Public auction at his former residence the Corner of Charlotte. Place and George Street on tuesday april 7, at eleven o clock precisely of 1. Go rant of 600 acres at Brisbane Witer and. Joining of humphery.Esq., Harvig an extensive water frontage bounded on the South by a line bearing West 70 chains commencing a Beach on the sea coast called Tud barring on the West by a line North 80 chains on lib North by a line East to. The sea coast and on thet East by the sea. Lot 2 an allotment of fifty acres of land at Broadwater Brisbane water being lot 11 in the government Sale of the i4th february 1838, and adjoining the estate of major Smyth with a considerable River frontage it these Beautiful portions of land Are deserving the highest consideration As eligible present investments r presenting prospective advantages of a firs Liate description. The beauties of Brisbane water Are becoming s Alm Ostas not Olous in this Colony As tie beauties of the Isle of. Wight in the Mother country with this distinction that while the latter is noted for its bold Rocky and sterile appearance this is As Well known for its Fertility and luxuriant vegetation the soil being of such a Rich alluvial Quality that it is impossible Tolbe exceeded. A considerable portion of both lots Are cleared and lot i is partially fenced some part having been in cultivation. To those who Are unacquainted with the locality of this property was All said in its favour which ought in truth to be stated it w0uld-appear, More like fiction than fact and it is unnecessary to dilate upon its merits for the information of those to whom Iris. Known suffice to say that since the steamers have commenced running regularly to Brisbane water the inhabitants of the Metropolis have been made acquainted wait the great natural Adi vantages and beauties of its situation and j the Price of land. Has been very considerably in. Lanced. The 600 Aeres Are situated within a Short distance f of the projected steam wharf and when this As it f sure to do in the course of a few Yeii s becomes a place of fashionable resort this land will be Worthia sum which at present it is impossible to estimate. Terms Liberal at time of Sale. To persons about forming a cattle station a graziers and a undred and i head of prime cattle with the station Given in. Ao0- of tto Tirol b Hiti ton c -0p in or. Samuel Lyons. A instructed to offer by auction on.tuesday71h s april 1840, at his former residence at tie Corner to of George Street and Charlotte place now called tie auction Mart,.at eleven o clock precisely lean mixed Herd of superior0 cattle i Elias ii Turing at Tallangatta station Ion the River. Ime near the line of Road Overland to port Phillip Adouth Australia comprising 140 cows Fages. S 220 yearlings ?4,? bulls. --684 Siead More 0r-less. The station of Tallangatta which is Well known and guaranteed to be the finest District will e Given in with the above and the purchaser will be required to take the improvements live Anid dead s Ock implements and All other articles thereon at a valuation,.consisting of cottage huts stockyard fencing ploughed 1 lands a. A. 5 Stock horses 5 working bullocks3 Frame drays. Twelve months stores of slops for the use of the station Teel Mills ploughs harrows and All kinds of implements Dairy and cheese utensils 00 bushels wheat a of Hay a. A. A Sto any parties about entering into the grazing by. A siness this Opportunity presents such considerable vantages that the purchasers Imay consider them a selves fortunate in meeting with such an offer. B everything which is required far a station is Here s ready to hand and Tihe buyer will have no further i trouble or anxiety than taking. Possession immediately a the valuation is completed. There is a professed cheese Mayeron the station. C the Dairy is in Hull opera Ion and the great and in a creasing demand for cattle at port Phillip and the t Southern districts readers this station one of the most beneficial concerns in the cattle station &c., May be seen by Applina ii Ion to the overseer on the premises and further Par a tic ulars obtained of the auctioneer. The terms which Are very Liberal Sill be declared t time of Sale. 5 ullring allotments 0of and in the township of Stone Quarry. T , sold by aution or. Yons is inc fruited to offer to Public auction on a Day it which will be named in future advertisements to l4$ building allotments in the town. I " is hide of ton Quairry Cority of Camden c varying in contents from halt to one acre of ground situated on or. Harper s estate on Tihe South Side of r the is iuarrvjid.,l. _ a Ibex notice As rom its Superior advantage it must shortly Rise into considerable importance. Tie main Road to Argyle runs through the township and joins Tihe me Nangle Road at the Stone Quarry Bridge which occasions a great thoroughfare and these allotments Are Laid Down on either Side of the Road which therefore will be immediately in the main Street. ". Three reserves of land have been offered for the erection of Episcopalian roman Catholic and presbyterian places of worship and her majesty s gaol is situated within 100 Yards of the township i on major Antill s property at whose residence the court is held. That the value of this location is beginning to be appreciated is Sho on by the erection of a capital inn with extensive stabling Noi it to or. Dunsdon formerly of George Street Sydney which is a Superior building and Replete with every convenience various tradesmen have Elso located themselves on and near Tihe township and it is now giving evidence that the e Futi Davidn is Laid of a Large and prosperous is abundance of excellent Stone for building purposes which is a great Adi Wantage As dwellings Are Muchl in quest and yielding to the builder a Very handsome return on his capital invested and. Sure to prove a profitable speculation situated twelve Miles from the co pasture Bridge i seventeen Miles from Campbelltown and Twenty weight Miles from Liverpool. No distance could be smoke h a Pilj chosen for a township., having the Benefit of a never failing Supply of water from tiie Creek with a most excellent Road Over the razor Back Mountain. A plan of the property is in Progress of preparation and will be shortly submitted to the inspection of the Public at the temporary rooms of the auctioneer Gedrge Street --7 a term at time of Sale. Extensive Sale. -0 Cape wine Brandy gun and . Of to close consignments -0 a o b Long Tiou -0-". Or. Lyons is instructed to1sell by auction on the premises of. Lessrs.,Lamb and parbury Daling Harbour to h is. D a a. April 1, at twelve o clock precisely " a Large Quantity of. Cape wine in pipes halves and quarters of very Superior ".Quality,40 half pipes Cape Pontac 40 Quarter casks ditto 27 Hogsheads Ash by s ale 107 barrels ditto 13 Hogsheads Superior Cognac Brandy 12 ditto White Gin. Terms at time of Sale ,. Splendid entire horses mares geldings and mules per the. John Barry from Valparaiso. -0 m i Samuel Lyons will have the honour to submit to Public a action Oan Friday april 3, at the new cattle Market at the end of George Street positively at eleven o clock precisely. Montezuma a Black entire horse five. Years old Nelson a Brown ditto four ditto of pro a Black ditto three ditto Ink , eight ditto Julius Cesar a Brown ditto four ditto Twenty two geldings seventy three mares Ive asses Twenty three mules fourteen foals and Young mules s l. particularly called upon on the present occasion to request the Public attention to this very Iii Octant Sale important alike from its magnitude and the influence it will have upon the Breed of horses in this Colony. The horses South Merica Are Well known to Combine every essential qualification and although not ordinarily so High in stature As the horses of Europe in animal spirits Powers of endurance and swiftness of foot they Are acknowledged to be Superior to the general Breed european horses. The present importation stands unrivalled in this co Oay there never have been mares and horses imported from South America into this country at All approaching the Quality of those now offered to auction and breeders of cattle an gentlemen de Sirous of obtaining something. Very Superior ought not lose the present Opportunity of making a Purchase. Amongst the geldings will be found some Excel Lent matches for carriages. The entire horses Are of the finest description and the mares have been chosen from s Ock of the Irig Hest Pedigree. I hey May be seen until the Day of Sale at the new cattle Market at the Bottom of Brickfield Hill. In consequence of. The number of horses,.the Sale will take place uncut ally Erms at us sae. slops. In e undersigned have now on Sale Woollen 1i slops for Winter Issue Viz l Parramatta jackets and trousers. Grey Kerseys. Blue Honley Flushing Shepherd Coats Parramatta. And Kersey cloth blankets rigs Ala trass boots hats Caps &c., &c., d. Jones and co., George Street. Illawarra. Of r sold on the most convenient terms. 1280 acres of Superior land situated in the above named Beautiful District. The soil is of the very choicest description Aid is t All seasons abundantly supplied with the purest water cultivation to any extent May be carried on at very trifling expense and build Rug also having Tim Ber including Cedar appropriate it is within a Short distance of a secure Harbour with Good roads leading to the rapidly rising towns of Wollongong and Kiama. To the Speculator it affords an Opportunity Seldom met with of realizing a handsome competency and to the Lover of quiet a comfortable and retired establishment within a convenient Dis Tance of Sydney. In consequence of the proprietor leaving the co Lony this most desirable estate is to be disposed of if not sold by private contract before the is of May next it will then be put up for Public Competition. For Haiti Cults address to b. L. Post paid. Fost office Camion Belltown. Title a Grant from the Crown. A the estate of , Miller and Cor Factor Parramatta. N to tic e is hereby Given that or. Walton Howell Cor Factor and Miller of Parramatta has assigned Over the whole of his property in Trust for thie Benefit if his creditors All persons indebted o the above estate or having claims thereon Are requested to Settle their accounts and Send in their claims to Morris Harrington Street Sydney who has been appointed to arrange the accounts and receive the amounts due to the estate. Solicitor o the estate february 18, 1840.". ? lociii1nt Vari. M to notify that the Survey of i this estate being compile Ted the same will be trought to the Hammer on thursday the 2nd Day of april next. Lithographic plans of this very desirable property Are. In preparation and will be forthwith ready for delivery. George Street Sydney March 4. I to druggists of confectioners dec. Superior bladder i s Christal ised dolby sugar. Few cases assorted confectionery. Bottled fruit a. Ion Sale at.,. Rees Jones and co s George Street 1to Wool grower and a Erch gits. -0 i a r. Frederick Ebsworth noisome i7lii time sworn Wool broker in e of London offers his services to the Wool i diverse and a merchants of new South Wales for the Sale e and wools feeling assured from his sex r Prience As a broker of being enabled to give full satisfy it Ipoh to those gentlemen who May favour Hiam. With their commissions. S or. F. Ebsworth would Alio be Happy to. Accommodate fleeces at the warehouses of the merchant sin Sydney for the English markets 115, Pitt Street november 2, 1839,

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