New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator 23 October 1841
Village of Richmond.
MESSRS. JOHN and GEORGE WADE have the honour to announce that they have received instructions from
T. M. PARTRIDGE, ESQ.,
To submit to public competition, at the New Exchange Room, Te Aro, on Saturday, October 30, 1841, the whole of his
Judiciously chosen in the Valley of the Hutt, and laid out by R. Park, Esq., with great taste and judgment, as
In which there will be a reserve on the most navigable part of the River Hutt for
So as to allow to each five acres in the village, one quarter of an acre in the town,
WITH RESERVES FOR A CHURCH AND PUBLIC PURPOSES,
So as to enable the future proprietors to concentrate the whole of the trade of that fertile district in the small town attached to the
VILLAGE OF RICHMOND.
The order of choice in the town will be determined by priority of purchase in the village; the buyer of the first village lot having first choice in the town.
Little need be said on the subject of this land, as the fertility of it is too well known to admit of dispute; and although the valley of the Hutt was not long since like the Deserted Village, yet its local advantages, and the richness of its soil, soon overcame every obstacle, and has already created a reaction. There is now a population of more than 700 (sic) people located there; and this is only a faint promise of what is to come. We shall shortly see
“The never-failing brook, the busy mill,”
In full perfection, as the whole wealth of the district of Port Nicholson is concentrated in the
FERTILE VALLEY OF THE HUTT.
To the capitalist it holds out a sure, certain, and large profit for what he invests. To the labourer it holds out the prospect of future independence in the possession of his own cottage fireside on his own land, in a wealthy neighbourhood, where he is always sure of profitable employment. To the trader it holds out the promise of extensive business in a rich and populous district, where all the future exports of the Colony will either be produced or have to pass through, with the means of conveying to the shipping port (until Richmond becomes a port) by the cheapest means — WATER CARRIAGE at his door. And to the invalid a delightful spot for a residence, adorned with Nature”s richest gifts, far from the hum of the busy town, with a climate not even second to the south of France or the blue ethereal sky of Italy, to renovate the health; and the most picturesque scenery and delightful landscape in the world to gratify the man of taste, and beguile his leisure hours.
Terms liberal. Terms and further particulars in a hand-bill.
New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator 13 August 1842
Land on the Hutt.
THE UNDERSIGNED is ready to grant Leases to small farmers, of good character, for from five to fifteen acres of the Sections rented by him on the banks of the Hutt, giving to each a plot of ground at the edge of the river, for the erection of a dwelling-house. He further gives notice, that whosoever is found unmooring and using his boats, will be prosecuted with the utmost rigour of the law.
Hawkshead, River Hutt.
WELL SEASONED Hutt timber may be procured, sawn to order, and of all dimensions, by applying to Mr. Swainson, Hawkshead, River Hutt, or at High Cliff, Wellington.
PIGS. – Sundry pigs, caught pasturing upon my grounds, may be had upon describing them and paying damage and keep. If not removed in a week, will be sold to pay expenses.
FINE SALT in barrels of 2 cwt, at twelve shillings a barrel. Apply to Mr. Pharazyn, Pipitea Pah. Also, fine Hutt Potatoes, at eight shillings per cwt.
TWO TAME COWS for sale; apply to Mr. Swainson, as above.
August 11, 1842.
New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator 25 February 1843
Town of Moreton
FOR SALE, the land situated at the point by the confluence of the four rivers:- Hutt, Oukoutu, Awa Motu, and Waiwatu with the sea, laid out as
A TOWN, IN ALLOTMENT OF A QUARTER OF AN ACRE EACH
STREETS, PUBLIC QUAY, MARKET PLACE, CHURCH, CEMETRY, &c. &c.
This spot is well known as the only place in the River Hutt where a vessel of more than four tons and upwards to eighty can reach and lay in safety in any weather, and in deep water close to the shore. It is pointed out by nature as the
DEPOT FOR THE PRODUCE OF THE HUTT DISTRICT.
The advertiser leaves it to the good sense of his fellow colonists to judge of the ultimate value of a quarter of an acre, which at the present moment is offered at the low price of £10, with a right of priority of choice, regulated by the priority of purchase. The rest of the land, reaching from Dr. Healy”s old warre to that of the advertiser”s, being laid out in suburban allotments of two acres each. Purchasers of town land have a chance of securing a piece of garden land in the immediate vicinity of Moreton.
Apply, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday mornings, at the advertiser s office, next door, to the Wellington Tavern, where the plan lays for inspection; or at any time, from Saturday till Monday evening, at his residence, on the Hutt.
Charles E. Von Alzdorf.
February 24, 1843.
New Zealand Colonist and Port Nicholson Advertiser 28 February 1843
LANDS FOR SALE.
TOWN SECTIONS, on the plan Nos. 106 and 178, and the splendid Country Section No. 26, in the Hutt District, at the back of Mr. Compton s. Also the valuable land on the mouth of the River Hutt, laid out in Town Allotments, with commodious streets, public quay, market-place, church and cemetery, and the rest of Section No. 10, reaching from Dr. Healy”s old Warre to that of the Advertiser, in suburban allotments of two acres each. The plan lies ready for inspection at the Advertiser”s Office, next door to the Wellington Tavern, apply there from Tuesday morning till Saturday afternoon – or at his residence on the Hutt from Saturday evening till Monday afternoon. Prices extremely moderate, terms most liberal.
Charles E. Von Alzdobf. February. 28,. 1843.