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Lyttelton Times, Rōrahi VIII, Putanga 517, 17 Whiringa-ā-nuku 1857, Page 3
TO SELL OR LET. A Weather-boarded House, situated on the Island, Kaiapoi, adjoining the Kaikanui Hotel, 24 feet by 22 feet, containing two rooms on the ground floor, with double chimney of brick. For farther particulars apply to Mr. George Westou, Kaiapoi. DUKE. THIS Draught Horse will stand for the season, at Mr. Fisher's Farm, on the Heathcote. Terms reduced to £2 10s. and ss. the Groom, for, each mare, to be paid the first time of covering. Accommodation for a few mares at a modeate charge per week. GLENTANNER, CAPT. BRUCE, FROM LONDON. THE passengers and their luggage for this province being nearly landed, the Consignees are requested to pass their enttries forthwith. R. LATTER. Norwich Quay, Oct. 6th, 1857. EDWARD GENET, AGENT'FOR THE CANTERBURY . STANDARD. UNION WHARF, FERRY ROAD. ON SALE* timber, shingles, palings Posts and rails. Coals, &c. E.J.JONES: JUST RECEIVED. THE REV. R. B. PAUL'S NEW WORK ON CANTERBURY, containing a Map by E. Jollie, Esq. This is a book,useful alike to the squatter, the farmer, the artizan, and the laborer, and is published at such a price as to be attainable by all. There are bat a limited number of copies, r Price, 4s. Sd. J. M'CARDELL. Lyttelton, 10th Sept., 1857. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that JLi the following persons have been duly appointed as agents for the issue of Timber Cutting Licenses for the respective districts to which their names are attached. ~ Okains' Bay, Bone's Arthur Bailey Tuson > Bay, and Little Aka-3 l°a« John Parker ......Akaroa. Richard Fleming.. .Port Levy. Francis Knowles...Pigeon Bay. By order of the Waste Lands Board, WILLIAM GUISE BRITTAN, Chief Commissioner. Land Office, Christchurch, August 4,1857. EX LATE ARRIVALS. A few sets horse shaft and leading cart harness Bullock do. do. ■•. do. Spare cart harness, cruppers, and straps Curry-combs and horse brushes. H. E. ALPORT. Market-place, Christchurch, Sept. 9,1857. 'NELSON EXAMINER.' SUBSCRIPTIONS to the ' Nelson Examiner' newspaper will be received at fchis office, and copies supplied to subscribers on the arrival of each mail. Terms, 10s. per j quarter. ' Lyttelton Times' Office, April 24th, 1857. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. 1 Very Superior PIANO 1 handsome Silver Tea Service 1 doz. each Silver Table, Dessert, and Tea Spoons, and 1 Fish Slice Plated Soup Ladle, Gravy Spoon, Butter Knife, and Sugar Sifter 1 Shower Bath 1 Colt (by Shamrock) 1 Set Tandem Harness 1 Iron Stove j For price and particulars apply to GOULD and MILES. BUSH FOR SALE AT KAIAPOI. A FEW acres of the Ohoka bush, payment for which will be taken in j if desired. j JAMES WYLDE, j . . , , Ohoka, Kaiapoi. MR. GUINNESS IS Prepared to undertake the sale and purchase of Horses &c, on commission, and solicits a share of the public patronage. Christchurch, Sept. 21st, 1857. PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS. MR. MOUNTFORT begs to announce that he is prepared to take portraits by the New Collodion Process. Specimens can be seen at Mr. Mountfort's, Colombo Street, Christchurch, near Messrs. Gould & Miles.