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Lyttelton Times, Volume X, Issue 604, 18 August 1858, Page 8
J NOTICE. IT-- T)OISON Is laid on our land, at the JL river Purarekanui. All DOGS trespassing on that land will be destroyed without further notice, and their owners will ~" be held responsible for any damage done by them. r. • N.B.—The sheep now feeding.there are of a „» very valuable breed. I , J. and^S. BEALEY. fe Christchurch, August 4, 1858. KAIAPOI. LAND FOR SALE. SEVERAL valuable acre sections. Price. £20 per acre. Apply to ,y ■ ~_ . _____ h- LAND TO LET, WITH EIGHT OF PURCHASE.^ : SEVERAL valuable sections of Rural : O Land, on the Island, at Kaiapoi, to be ;. • LET ON LEASE, FOR 21 YEARS, with purchasing clause. Apply to JAMES WYLDE, Kaiapoi. = . RUN FOR SALE. r , A N excellent cattle ran of 5,000 acres, ' xjL with about 50 head of Cattle, situ" i ated close to the town of Kaiapoi, and well c adapted for a dairy station. Apply to MR. WYLDE, s Kaiapoi. TO BE SOLD, . A valuable Fifty Acre Section, fronting on the Christchurch Town Reserve, " | with House, Out-buildings, '&c. The whole ! srction is fenced and under cultivation. The ' growing crop may be taken at a v?luation. also," ' ■:' ■ .;.'■•;. V. The lease of 24 acres of excellent land adjoining the above. This land is securely fenced, and is un£er crop. For particulars apply to Mr. Alport. Lyttelton, and to Mr. Hall, or Mr. J. T. Bbown, Christchurch. THE undersigned are Purchasers of WHEAT and OATS. Cash on delivery at the Ferry Wharf. JOHN C. AIKMAN. FRED. LE CREN. Ferry Wharf, July 1. LAST NOTICE! ALL Parties remaining indebted to my . late business in London Street, after the 18th ATJGITST will be summoned for the same with interest of 20 per cent. JOHN T. PARKINSON. NOTICE. nnHE undersigned requests that all ac- JL counts due to him for the quarter ending JUNE 30th last, may be paid without delay. JOHN OLLIVIER, Cashel Street, Christchureh. TO STOREKEEPERS & OTHERS, ON SALE, AT the « LYTTELTOjS-' TIMES' Office— ♦ Brown and other wrapping papers Tough brown and white sugar bags Glazed purple and cream tea ditto. CHRISTCHCTRCH HARMONIC '. SOCIETY. rjIIIE Committee having- made arrange-' —- ments with Mr. Merton, the Conductor, for the formation of elementary classes in connection with the Society, beg to announce that the first course of instruction will commence on MONDAY, August 2nd, at the Conductor's residence. I teems. • S Single subscription £0 15s. for the _• year 1 j Two of same family 1 5 do. " j ; Three do. do.. 1 10 do. The pupils to have the privilege of a free entree to the meetings of the Society. For further particulars, apply to the con- J 5 ductor. I By order of the Committee, R I H. W. PACKER, Hon. Sec. I. TO BUTCHERS. " Ij^AT Stock of all descriptions on sale at JL all times, and delivered as required by batchers in Christchurch. One fortnight's j notice only required. - c .1 JOHN T." PARKINSON. 3 . PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS. id ~jV/rR- MOUNTFORT begs to announce 13 jJ-L. 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. _ Gouia & Miles. FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER. THHE Ketch " EAGLE." Apply to x F. NOBLE CAMPBELL & CO., By whom freight in Lyttelton from this date will be collected. Oxford st., Lyttelton, Sept 25,1857.