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Lyttelton Times, Volume VIII, Issue 532, 9 December 1857, Page 8
WOOL, OIL, &c. riIHE Undersigned are Cash buyers of ■ft Wool, Oil, Bone, Hides, Sheepskins, and other produce, and will make liberal advances on consignments to their-correspondents, in London, Liverpool, or the Colonies. COOKSON, BOWLER & CO. Lyttelton, April, 1857. KAIAPOI WOOL WAREHOUSE. THE NEW WOOL WAREHOUSE of the Undersigned, situate at the head of the navigation of the Korotueka (Cam), is now opened for the reception of wool and other produce. Station supplies of every description can be obtained of the agent, W. C. Beswick, at the Kaiapoi Stores. COOKSON, BOWLER, & CO. Lyttelton, June 29th, 1857. KAIAPOI GENERAL STORES. fPHE 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 sago J& Tea, coffee and sugars Soap, starch and blue Pickles, sauces and bottled fruits Manilla and coir rope Iron pails, buckets and brooms Pitch, 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. THE DRAUGHT STALLION " LOFTY " WILL Stand at the Royal Hotel Stables, Christchurch, every Saturday during the season: and at the Stables of the Northern Hotel, Kaiapoi, every Wednesday. Fees—£3, groomage, ss. Lofty is a dark bay horse, with black points, standing full 16 hands, was foaled in December, 1854, and got by Mr. Fisher's well known horse Duke, out of an imported Clydesdale mare, the property of G. H. Moore, Esq., of Glenmark. The Horse will Stand during the other days of the week at the owner's enclosed paddock, at Avonhead, where Mares will be taken on reasonable terms. Groomage to be paid at time of serving; the fee for service at the end of January. ALEX. MoBRATNEY DURHAM BULL FOR SALE. THE well-known roan Durham Bull 1 Viscount/ which gained the first prize as a yearling, in October, 1853. Price fifty guineas. J. HAMILTON WARD. Rangiora, Sept. 26th, 1857. EARLY TOWN DELIVERY. FOB the future the 'LYTTELTON TIMES' will he puhlished in Lyttelton, at SIX o'clock on Wednesday as well as Saturday Mosning, and in Christchurch (by Special Express) before 9, a.m. Copies are delivered to subscribers in both towns, or can be left along the line of road between Christchurch and Lyttelton, by arrangement, for subscribers in the adjoining districts. Times Office, Lyttelton, Oct. 10.; CHRISTCHURCH TOWN LAND FOR SALE. TWO Quarter-acre Sections, fronting on the Papanui road, near the Market Place. Two sections in Litchfield street, adjoining the White Hart Hotel. Five acres town reserve, with improvements, on the Papanui road. Seven acres town reserve, on the River Avon, adjoining the Bricks Wharf. For particulars, apply to MR. LONGDEN. Christcharch, Nov. 16th, 1857. ! THOS. THOMPKINS, HAIR DRESSER, BEGS to' inform the public of Lyttelton that he has taken a room at Mrs. Card's, Norwich Quay, and purposes being in attendance on the FIRST WEDNESDAY in each Month. RUN FOR SALE. OA AHA ACRES, within the ZdXJ^yjyjyj Canterbury Province. For particulars, apply to J. LONGDEN. VALUABLE PROPERTY TO LET. A X ACRES OF LAND in a most dettjej sirable situation, with House, Stockyard, &c; together with a team of Bullocks, Plough and Harrows, 12 Milch Cows, 20 Head of Young Stock, and Right of Pasturage. The wndersigned is instructed to offer the above valuable property for a term of five years, at a very low rental. JAMES WYLDE, Kaiapoi.