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Lyttelton Times, Volume X, Issue 642, 31 December 1858, Page 2
W. D. BARNARD HAS the pleasure to announce that he is ready to receive GOODS for PUBLIC or PRIVATE SALE, aud that his general SALE "BY AUCTION takes place at his Saxk Room, Cash cc, Stb^bet, EV^E R3f SATURDAY, I at 1 o'clock (sharp), when he will submit for public competition a -quantity of -; Mjsechandise, Fa RyiTUBB, and a variety of sundries. p TENDERS "j FOR the ERECTION of a CHURCH, at] Rangiora will be received by the under- j signed, on or before the Ist February, 1859. P^ans and specifications of the work may be seen at the Lion Hotel, Rangiora. J. HAMILTON WARD, Hon. Sec. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. jIZJJ v_* comprising; 1000 Ewes 500 Lambs 200 superior Store Wethers For particulars apply to W. D. BARNARD, Auctioneer,'Cashel Street. ;-; EX MAORI. j ri'lHE undersigned has received a con- JL signment of Musical Instruments, consisting principally of pianos and harmo-j; niums, which can be most highly recommended,l having been selected for him by his friends atf home, from the known stock of Wheatstone &| Co. A few are yet unappropriated, and anl early inspection is solicited. C. MORTON, | Teacher of Music, Christchurch. |
POSTPONEMENT SALE OF | FURNITURE, &c. j 11TR. ALPORT is instructed by Captain! ■i-vL Swanson, to postpone sale by Auction of Furniture, House, Land, &c, for the present. The auctioneer .will be prepared meanwhile, to treat with parties for the sale,of House and! Land,,by private contract. j Lyttelton, August 6, 1858. i WOOL AND OTHER PRODUCE. j TIHE Undersigned is prepared to make liberal , -I- advances on Wool or other produce consigned to his agents in London. A. J. ALPORT.
„ SUMMER JLOAD. ~r A N D T 0 " X JB rT~r~ To be let on lease for the term of Seven Years, about 30 acres of land eligibly situated, j adjoining the Blacksmith's shop, Sumner road, i ■with extensive frontage thereon, well adapted ; for a paddock or small farm. For conditions of lease and further particulars ; Apply to A. J. ALPORT, . : Auctioneer. Lyttelton, April 22,1858.
FOR SALE, A Few very superior six months old Rams, got by imported rams from Mr. Sturgeon's flock, out of carefully selected ewes. Delivery to be made in March. For pedigree and further particulars, apply to GEORGE MALLINSON, Cathedral-square. " FOR SALE. i SEVERAL sheep runs. Apply to MR. OLLIVIER, Cashel Street. WE, the undersigned, do hereby mutually .agrte to dissolve the partnership lately subsisting between us as STONEMASONS and BRICKLAYEPwS in Lyttelton, New Zealand, arid it is further agneed between ns that THOMAS ABRAHAMS and WILLIAM PAUL JONES do receive all monies, and pay all debts due,to or by the said firm, as witness our hands, this fifteenth day of December, 1858. W. J. CHANE7, W. P. JONES, T.ABRAHAMS, ROBERT EVANS.
Witnessed by— Ebenezeh Mills, Hbk&y P. Bakeb. j WOOL AND COLONIAL PRODUCE. "TRHE Undersigned are prepared to pur- JL chase Wool and Colonial Produce, or advance on the same, consigned to their correspondents, Messrs. Dalgety & Co., London, ■ Messrs. Dalgety & Co., Melbourne, Messrs. ; Dalgety, Ibbotson & Co., Geelongr, or to Messrs. Dv Croz '& Co., Launceston, V. D. L. DALGETY BUCKLEY & Co., Norwich Quay, Lyttelton. TO BP] SOLDi (BY PRIVATE BARGAIN,) TEN SUPERIOR CART HORSES, J" W"UST arrived from Nelson, and on view afc the Stablnn of Mr. RULK, Chri»t«burch. Nov. 17, 1858.