SALES BY AUCTION.
BY LEWIS & COX,
On Thursday next» the 23d Instant» at the " Government Stock-yard, Macquarie Point, "pOflTY Heifers, in.Calf, of the moft **. improved Breed.-As thefe cattle are the pick of one of the moft extenfive and fineft herds at Port Dalrymple, they are ftrongly recommended to perfons defirous of eftabliihing a dairy.-A credit of 6 and 12 months will be given on approved bills.
BY MR. FRYETT, ' On Thursday next, the 23d Instant, at his
Mart, in Bathurst-street, at 12 o'Clock,
.pHE following Goods, viz.-Tabíe
*? cloths, thread of colours, nails, car- penters' tools, dog chains, tobacco, lan therns, fait beef in casks, locks, metal boxes, corks, gentlemen's ihoes, tin boxes, white lead, pitch in casks, tar ditto, roiin ditto, lamp cotton, cheefe, butter, (hirts, gentlemen's hate, white ditto, gunpowder, bottled ftout and ale by the dozen, and many other ufeful articles.-Alfo, Two Pair of Working Bullocks.-Prompt pay-
ment in cafh. .
yO Merchants, Stockholders, & others. * -To be Sold by Auction, if not pre- vioufly difpofed of by Private Contrail, about 150 Head of Horned Cattle, of the most improved breed in the Colony, con- sisting of cows, heifers, and steers.-The above will be difpofed of at a credit of 6 and 12 months, upon approved bills.- For fur- ther particulars apply to Mr. Fryett, Auc- tioneer, Bathurst-street._ "TO be SOLD or LET, a Farm of 90 *. Acres of Land, and an excellent Houfe, with 4 large rooms, kitchen, (lore room, and larder, fenced yard, and garden well stocked; 20 acres of land cleared, 10 of which are cropped with wheat, clover, and grafs.-The above is 5 miles from Hobart Town, and has the confiderable advantage of being the only landing place from Sandy Bay to Brown's River._
yo be SOLD, a Farm, delightfully
*? fituated at the Coal River, near the Uefidence of G. W. Gunning, Esq. con- taining 600 acres of extremely rich Land, and is near to Water Carriage.-It is highly recommended as a most lucrative fpot for an extenfive Dairy.
0^* Further particulars may be knoivn on application to Mr. Cox, at the Auction Marr, in Elizabeth-street._
"pO be SOLD, Four well-trained Work *. ing Bullocks, of the Port Dalrymple Beed.-Apply at the Gazette Office.
JUST Arrived, per Urania, from Leith, the
following choice and valuable ARTICLES. Pickles and sauces ; Day and Martin's black- ing, washable paper hangings & borders ; wax and spermaceti candles ; ladies, genllemens, and boys'wearing apparel; chrystal, consist- ing of tumblers, goblets, wines, &c; window glass, yellow & white soap ; wire, fish hooks, pins, paints, oils, and blushes ; dressing cases, piano fortes, earthenware, looking glasses, fal- ling axes, cart mountings, harrow teeth, saws, scythes, needles, mens' braces, combs, &c. Jamaica rum, Cheshire cheese, in lead ; iron- mongery of all descriptions ; garden seeds of all kinds ; clover and grass seeds ; eight-day clocks, in cases ; books, stationeiy, medicines, cotton furniture, shot, gunpowder, backgam- mon boxes, puttey, soda, watches, ladies' stays, arrow root in canisters of 3 lb. each; whitening & stucco j mahogany chairs with hair bottoms ; stocking«, glove«, colton tapes, play- ing cards, tin goods of all descriptions ; old East India Madeira, in bottle; iron ploughs, and axles ; corduroys, velveteens, and cloath ing ; cutlery, shoes, toasting forks, music and books; Scotch marmalade, in cans of 2 lb. each; split peas, prime mess beef and pork in barrels ; biscuit, a paient cooking machine, willi apparatus for making salt water fiesh; kitchen grates wilh ovens, &c.
fc$T Mustera to be seen at the Stores of Messrs. KEMP & Co. ; and early application is requested, as the Brig will remain in Har- bour but a few days.
| ANDEDfiom Hie Skelton, and on SALE, "-* at Mr. Hazard's Brick House, Liver- pool.street, Superfine and narrow cloths and kerseymeres ; hats, great coats, jackets, trow sers, and shirts ; sacking, ravenducks, & sail cloth ; kettles, pots, and goblets ; paints, tur- pentine, and linseed oil ; white & brown soap; lefuied, crushed, and candy sugars; prime Irish mess pork, and mia, gin, and brandy. Also, a Threshing Machine, on the most ap- proved principles, by Moodie's, Engineers, Edinburgh, and 2 of Morton'i best ploughs. Price» moderate, for prompt payment in cash.
CLAIMS AND DEMANDS.
pAPTAIN Holiday, of the ihip ^ Morley, leaving the colony in faid
veflel, requefts claims to be prefented. i
Mr.George Ryame, 1st Officer of the ihip Morley, leaving the colony« requefts claims to be prefented. 1
Mr. N. Bowe, 2d Officer of the ihip Morley, leaving the colony, requeftt claims to be presented. 1
Mr. Wm. Parker, 3d Officer of the ihip Morley, leaving the colony, requefts claims to be prefented. 1
Dr.r Carlyle, R. N. Surgeon Superin- tendant of the ihip Morley, leaving the colony, requests claims to be prefented. 1
Captain W. Newton, of the brig Urania, leaving the colony in faid veflel, requests claims to be prefented. 1
Mr. A. Stone, 1st Officer of the brig Urania, leaving the colony, requests to be prefented. * . I
Mr. W. Robinfon, 2d Officer of the brig Urania, leaving the colony, requests claims to be prefented., . 1
Captain Steel and family leaving the colony in the ihip Morley, request claims to be prefented.. 1
Mr. Francis Little leaving the colony in the íhip Morley, requests claims to be prefented. I
Mr. James Reid, Mr. Robt. M'Kinstry, & Mr. L. W. Dickfon, leaving the colony in the ihip Skelton, request claims to be presented. 2
Mr. Wm. Shannon and Mr. Walter
Scott, leaving the colony in the Regalia, request claims to be prefenfed. 2
Mr. R. Underwood leaving the colony in the Regalia, requests claims to be pre- fented. - Also, his servants, George Vallotton
and Thomas Testick.
John Boon proceeding to England, re- quests claims to be presented. _2 OAPTAIN rsEwTON,of the brig Urania, ^ hereby Cautions the Inhabitants against giving Credit to the Crew of faid Veflel, as he will not be refponfible for any Debts contracted by them.
\/t R. Dunn has just imported per the IVJ. Urania, best Cheihire cheefe pre ferved in lead cafes j ladies' stays, childrens' worsted boots foled and unfoled ; fmall looking g1 ailes 6 by 4 and upwards ; toys for childi en, viz. drums, marble», hum. ming tops, tops and whips, tin guns, toy bellow*:, Aaron bells, battledores and ihut tlecocks, jointed fnakes, German lights, &c. all which will be fold at his ufual low
prices._ \/f R. 13. Guy, corner of Bathurst and
^** Murray-streets, has just received a quantity of the finest old Cheihire cheefe in lead ever imported into this Colony, which he will offer at a very low price ; he has alfo a fmall quantity of prime old cheefe at Is. 8d. per lb. Iriih butter at 2s. 6d. or 2s. by the keg of 34 lb. j fome fafhionable fhawls and fcarfs at low prices, excellent tea and fugar, Engliíh foap and candles, a variety of ironmongery, and other goods as already advertifed.
WlMON Lake and George Aylwin
^ beg leave to inform the inhabitants of Hobart Town and its vicinity, that, they
have commenced Bufinefs as Houfe and Ship Smiths in their various branches, as alfo Tallow Chandlers, at the end of Mac quarie-street, oppofite the Government Mill ; where, they anticipate by affiduity to their refpective callings, and by offering to the Public candles of a quality inferior to none imported to the Colony, they íhall merit the favours of thofe who may honor them with their commands._ l?OR SALE, afubstantial built weather ?*. boarded Houïe, containing 2 parlours, 2 bed-rooms, kitchen, lofts, and large cellar, standing on 2 allotments of grour.d, formed into a garden, which is well stocked with fruit trees and vegetables, fituated at the east end of Liverpool-street, within 2 minutes walk of the Wharf.-»It ii well worth the attention of any Gentleman, either as a private refidence, or a store. Apply to Meffrs. Kemp 5c Co._
STRAYED, from Hobart Town, about three
weeks ago, a small dark brown Steer, short
horns, a white star on his forehead, marked E. L. on the off hip. - Whoever will bring the same to James Templeman, at the sign of the Horse and Groom, Melville-street, shall receive £1 for their trouble.
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