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Lyttelton Times, Rōrahi VIII, Putanga 527, 21 Whiringa-ā-rangi 1857, Page 7
'^■^-■■H: b1 EI S-B:S- f '--ftb-;;" M" R-pUjNNESS to offer following for Saleby Private A useful Bay Mare with'saddle and bridle. lady'/Sst hV<mageUiinS > a PBrffecfc W??™ and.calves; apply to Mr. Guinness. Several working bullocks, two of them broken-into work in Harness. wanted some good saddle horses. A yearling entire Colt, by Canterbury, out of Mr. Jackson's well-known grey mare A bay rising two years old : A splendid bay Colt, rising 4 years old, stands upwards of 17 hands high, by the thorough bred horse Charlemagne, broken in to saddle ,Also»—A few bushels of very superior seed ■ Oats. •'■ '■■ " ■■■■ ■■■■' '-. '■'■"•'•- -■• >-.:■?-... -::: -.- - Three Acres of Town Land, situated on the west side of Christchurch. . ;,T2).9? arte-«w lots of Town Land, near the Market-place, Christchurch. Chnstchurch, Oct. 9th, 1857. STATION STORES. i WOOLSACKS, 10 lbs. each [ Sewing twine ■; Sheepwash tobacco i Sulphur ; Arsenic ' Soda . ; Raddle Sheep shears Spirits of tar, turpentine . Stockholm tar and pitch Sheep dipping material Corrosive sublimate Soft soap Iron tanks . . ROBERT WAITT & CO. TO SHEEPFARMERS. THE undersigned have on sale a supply of Stores imported expressly for Station use, consisting of lOlb-woolpacks Tea Sugar Wines and spirits Ale and porter •' Rice Candles . Raisins Currants Oilmen's stores Tobacco ■Coffee Boots and shoes Soft goods . .... Fencing wire and staples And other supplies required by squatters. MILES, KINGTON, & CO;, Norwich Quay. MRS. COE 'begs to inform the ladies of Lyttelton and the public generally, that she has now on hand a very superior assortment of DRESSES (suitable for the present season); consisting of Flounced barege evening dresses French gauzes White striped barege Lavender, white, sky, pink, & grey tabinets Black moire and glace mantles Black watered and glace silks White and coloured chenille tassels Chenille head dresses Flounced dresses and double skirts Velvets and fringes (assorted colours) Babies robes and short frocks Girls' drab and crinoline Eugenic hats Blonde lace and quilling Bonnet silks (every colour) White blonde falls Blue, black, and brown lace ditto Ladies .black & coloured French kid gloves Ladies and gents white ditto Muslin sleeves and collars . Jaconet, book, and figured muslin Dotted and sprig net A very superior assortment of French flowers White lute bonnet and sash ribbons Bridal and mourning flowers Crimped tuckers and. linen collars ' Mrs. C. particularly invites inspection to the above class of goods, as they are selected with great care, and are of the first quality. Albion House, Canterbury-street, Lyttelton. RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. (Extended Jurisdiction.) .''"' TyrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that _L 1 the following cases, viz :•— Garland v. Lingard. Ballard v. Mem. ; Same v. Bruce. Tancred y. Worsley. Black v. Mason. Head v. Brown. Reed v. Hood. . Stout v.;Webb.;;■.;../.... " Shand v-M'Bratney. Beswick v. Biirrell and another. Heron v. O'Neill. , Will be heard at an: adjourned5 Sitting' bf this Court, to be held at' Ch'ristchurch, on MONDAY, the 23si> INSTANT, at 11 o'clock, a.m; ' :Witnesses and others: concerned in the above cases, will therefore be required'to attend in Christchurch. and not in Lyttelton. THOS. I JOYNT, . . -; - :• v !- : ■ ;, Clerk to the Court. Resident Magistrate's Office, Lyttelton, 12th Nov., 1857.