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Lyttelton Times, Volume VI, Issue 379, 21 June 1856, Page 11
On Sale, by the Undersigned-900ft SUPERIOR EWES, in Lamb AV/Vl/ 120 2 and 4 tooth rams, ex brig " Amherst," These rams are the best yet imported to this Colony, from the celebrated ■ flock of McArthur, Esq., N.S.W. May be seen . at Gollan's Bay. 200 head of cattle, consisting of heifers, cows, &c. Several valuable horses and mares, broken and unbroken—-consisting of saddle and draught stock. Apply to J. T. Parkinson, c Lyttelton & Christchurch. Q ADDLE HORSES to LET on HIRE. ™ Apply to Wm. Packard, Livery and Bait Stables, Norwich Quay, Lyttelton. Canterbury Joint Stock, Loan, Investment and Discount Society. THE Hale-Yearlt General Meeting of the Shareholders of the above Society will take place at their office, at Mr. Gundry s Store, on Tuesday Evening, the Ist July, 1856, at half-past six o'clock precisely, for the following business:— To receive the Report of the Committee and Statement of Accounts, and To consider other Business. By order of the Committee. S. Gundry, j 28 Secretary. PUBLIC NOTICE "VFOTICE IS HEKEBY given-, that the -*-l Commissioner of Crown Lands is instructed to prepare Crown Grants for original Land orders of the Canterbury Association, for which Conveyances have not been already made. Original Land orders are requested to be left i t the Land Office by. parties requiring suJi; grants. William Guise Brittan, Commissioner of Crown Lands; Canterbury. ~ NOTICE. THE Church Property Trustees, desire to remind the members of the Church of Engr land; in this settlement, that their contributions to the stipends of the clergy, are due from the Ist January 1856, and to suggest that they should, be paid to the chinch-wardens of the severalparishes. James Wilson, Sec. to Church Property Trust. Christchurch, April 21st, 1856. NOTICEALL persons indebted to me are requested to pay their respective accounts, on or before the Ist August," to prevent legal proceedings. F. Mason. Lyttelton, May 13, 1856. •AVON RiVER NAVIGATION. THE schooner " Julia," built expressly for the river trade, is now running between the Avon Wharf and Sumner, and is ready to take in goods for any part of the river or for transmission'to port. For freight, &c, apply -to " Mr. Ceoet, Avon Wharf, or to Mr. Longden, Christchurch. B. gahagan, BOOT AND SHOE-MAKER, Oxford Street, Lyttelton. ENGLISH and Colonial work always on hand. Gentlemen's, Napoleon's, aud Riding boots, got up in the first style. Four Pounds Reward. STRAYED from the Lower Lincoln Road, a Bay mare, branded 55 on the ribs, and a piece of rope round her neck ; also a Bay horse, with white face and three white legs, branded on the shoulder. The above were last seen in the neighbourhood of the coal pits, and the above reward will be paid to any person, who will deliver the same, into Mr. Horace Brown's stockyard, Lower Lincoln Road; Christchurch, March 29th, 1856.