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Lyttelton Times, Volume VII, Issue 447, 14 February 1857, Page 3
JUST ARRIVED^EX; RETRIEVER, @ SYM'EY. **yCC E-^'GS^nampanga'sugar 89 do. No.'l Co's pieces do. 30 boxes Souchong tea Congou tea in half-chests' 10 barrels dried apples , , 5 cases of sago 1 " ginger' 5 Hhds. West India rum 2 •' Martell's brandy- Brandy in cases Rennetts,,, 2 cases cigars, ALSO, EX LATE ARRIVALS, Tobacco in half-tierces and boxes Coffee, rice, " Soda, sulphur. Whiskey, Geneva Sherry in'qr. casks and cases Moleskin trowsers Pea jackets Molasses Watertight boots Soap, candles, and various other goods. WAITT, HARGREAVES, & Co. Norwich Quay, 23rd Jan., 1857. FOR, SALE. Old Tom, in 1-dozen cases Champagne and claret Sherry, in qr.-casks Pitch, Stockholm and coal tar Coffee and green tea Rice, soap, and Wellington mould candle* Sardines,' and'fresh preserved salmon Arrowroot and pearl barley Biscuit, salt beef, and hams. Crockery, cheroots Ropes, clothes-lines and door-mats. Mattresses, blankets American c locks Men's lace boots Women's and girls' boots Infants' boots and shoes Cross-cut and pit saws Very superior writing desks, and workboxes Tea caddies Palmer's patent lamps Hunting whips, and ladies' riding hats Kangaroo skins, boot' fronts Boot jacks and hooks, cricket spikes Prints'and'double width broad calfco Moleskin in the piece, cotton tick Woollen cord and moje, trowsers Flannel and coburgs, .huckaback Twill and regatta shirts Men's clothing andfancy drapery—in too great a variety to be particularised. F. NOBLE CAMPBELL & CO. Oxford St., Lyttelton, January, 1857. KAIAPOI GENERAL STORES. THE Undersigned has on hand a large Assortment of IRONMONGERY, Nails, from 1 to 6 inch Tinware, glass and crockery Horse shoe nails and fine brads Flour, oatmeal, rice and &ago 1 .Tea, epffeeand sugars, S,oap, starch and blue Pickles, sauces and bottled fruits Manilla and coir rope Iron pals, buckets and brooms Pitcl, oakum and tar Corn sacks, wool packs and twine Rum, brandy, whisky and gin Wines biscuits and cheese Paper, pens, and ink Saddles, bridles and stock whips, &c, &c. GEO. C. BLACK. HAY FORKS, &c. ASH handled hay forks Scythes with handles and mountings complete Reaping and bagging hooks Scythe stones and hay rakes Children's toy spades Hedge-knives, hoes and rakes W. WILSON Christchurch.