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Lyttelton Times, Volume XI, Issue 658, 26 February 1859, Page 6
■■■••■iKAIAEOI. ■ ; . ' IMPORTANT SALE. . ■ ' : ; ' MR. WliM will sell by .public auction, at ••the >Kaiapoi Hotel, on; MONDAY, EEB. 28, 100 CASES WINES & SPIRITS, consisting-of ,- ; ■: ■'•■'■. l, ? -'iPorfci"' ■'••■• '■'' '"• * ; !;i sherry j xPale sherry ; !j Marsala . N Madeira . I.; Old torn ;Rum ■ ;_' -Brown brandy ':■ JPale brandy r • . : ■ -A.1.50, ■ ■ V £12 cases chairs , Also, ; ; j; 'A" large consignment of Parisian millinery. "Sale at twelve o'clock-.punctually. -Luncheon Provided; ' ■ "KAIAPOL 'GREAT LAND SALE. $ MR. WYLDE'S next sale of land will be 'held 1 at>Mr. White's Hotel,.ou' ; !' ; MONDAY, MARCH 7, ; and will consist exclusively of. town and rural-land,; situated - >.. ON THE IS L AND, comprising several acre and quarter acre sections' in the principal streets, and rairal well; adapted foii>paddocks^or farms. ■'■'"' '•'' '■ ■'■' Also, ": ' ■ ''.Two DwEiiiiiNG Houses. ' : : at twelve o'clock. h Luncheon Provided. RANGIORA. r ' i S ALE OF .-PU R Nil TUBE, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ■ '•■; crops, &cCrV. ' •• T0 be SOLD by A.TJQTION, at WOOD-SID^RANGIORA, on j • /TUESDAY,.^^^MARCH,;..- .. [ the Household Furniture, Dairy Utensils, Farming; i Implements, Gig Harness/Saddles and Side- ! •iSaddley i • " -':'-:/. ... ..'Also,- .. - . .. . .... »-■ A small.quantity of Standing Crops of Potatoes, Swedes aiid Mangold rW.urtzell, and some "^Thoroughbred Purham; Calves and Yeai> ! lings, and other Cattle, the1 property of MR, Jl HAMILTON, WAIID, I •-Sale, afel2b'<;lock precisely. "':'. -JAMES MXLVE, .• Auctioneer, TO MERCHANTS, COMMISSION AGENTS, AND, ; PARTIES.: DESIROUS: OF Z .. ' .^EMI^R^TO^^SINESSi_o f SALE OF THE ■FERRY"/WHARF , BY PUBLIC AUCTIO^;' ' MR. LOIJ&EpN! lnas z received jjpstrucr .tip^frpm^jl^C.'Ai^an ; Esq v :ta.sellby; Public Auction, at thie White Hart Hotel* Christ?,' church, on - ' TUESDAY,;Ist day of MARCH, NEXT (unless previously disposed of by private contract), Those Leasehold Premises," situated " at"" the Heafcheote Ferry, generally' known as and, comprising the Wharf, Warehouse, Dwelling- House,Stable'arid PaddbcK ' ■"- The lease lias 17 years tb run, at the low annual ground rent of £15. . .' '.'? - ; The above well known property has for a long time commanded a first-rate.and daily increasing business, •and to parties .'desirous-of. embarking in an established and lucrative concern, tne present affords an opportunity seldom offered." There is also an! opening for a Bonded Store in connexion with the business, it being understood that on the introduction of ■> the new Customs Act the establishment of such-.a store on the Plains will be sanctioned by the Customs authorities, and that; near "the Ferry is considered the most desirable, position. Sale at 12 o'clock. Terms at Sale. N.B. Parties desirous of negotiating -for the purchase of the', above by peivate conteact, r will please to communicate with; the Auctioneer as speedily aspossible. GOVERNOR'S BAY ROAD. LITTLE EAUPAKI. MARINEiVILLA BUILDING SITES. ' TO BE SOLD, 'TWENT-Y ACRES OF .FREEHOLD LAND, T^MINENTLY adapted for cutting up in-' Fli to small allotments, —-sitiiate four.milesv from Lytteltpn and seven from Christchurch, with a double frontage to ■ the.beach reserve and main; road, exceeding forty chains. ...'.. "! The above land, from "its extent of frontage, ; : contiguity to the contemplated Jetty in -.Dyer's' Bay, as well as abutment on the Victoria tJunction . pr new line of road, point this out as an invest- : ment secorid'to none in this colony, while its position with Raupaki must still further confer on the ' r purchaser benefits in the shape of cheap firewood,-an outlet for cattle,at a^nominal charge, with the enjoyable exercise of unreserved wanderings and gipsyings through its park^like and romantic' scenery." ;. '".'■'■ r■' '■'■ ■' ■ "■-■"■" ■'■'■'■■. : ->"J-- ■■-•■; ; Its situation, commanding running water from the purest source, together with the advantages of < bathing, fishing, and boating, is especially calcu-: latedfor the lucrative establishment of a;first-class Boarding House and Sanatorium, than the want-of which a more generally concurred «in desideratum does-not at exist. : Title—Crown'Grant. Price—'£2s per acre. "Terms,—iQne-third cash, one-third by approved ■ bills at three months, vvith*the remaining one-third at six, without interest. ' i •Application to be made to MR. THOMSON," Christchurch;rto MR. HARGREAVES, Lyttelton;.. or the owner, W./H./PERCIVAIj, Lower,] Lincoln-road. *| GREAT -LAND SALE; MTt. THOMSON'S next sale of Town . and Suburban land will taice place THURSDAY, March 3, at Noon. s*articulars:in catalogues and 'in future advertisement. FIREWOOD AND TIMBER. IN addition to the lots of town" and sur-,. bin-ban land to be offered at Mr, Thomson's Land-Sale, on the 3id MARCH,^catalogues of which will be ready during tho ensuing week), he will also sell 12 lots (of one acre each), of STANDING TIMBER, on part- of section No. 338, at Hoon Hay, with frontage on the new road .through the bush, Upset price only £20 per acre. , '