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Lyttelton Times, Rōrahi XII, Putanga 719, 28 Mahuru 1859, Page 1
S. P. SMITH'S FER R V I Over the Waimakariri. THE public are respectfully informed that the following- rates of lares only will be taken, except during: freshes, when the old fares will be charged. s. d. Foot passengers ... 0 4 I Man and horse ; ... 0 9 I" 6 bullocks and dray 4 0 ■ 4 do. do. ... ... ... 30 and all bthers in the same proportion. The utmost attention and dispatch will be observed. July 20, 1859. ;TVEED HOUSE, BOAR DIN G EST A B LIS HME NT, CASHEL STREET EAST. T Atkinson beg-s to inform the in« habitants of Canterbury that liis new premises are now open for the accommodation of ladies and gentlemen. Private apartments for families. Cashel Street East, - '• ■ ; Christchurch, Aug. 29.',' ' GENERAL .SYNOD. (Published by authority.) NOW ON SALE, PRICE Is. THE 'JOURNAL of PROCEEDINGS of the General Synod of the Church of England, held in Wellington; may be had at the Offices of the 'Canterbury Standard' and Lyttelton Times;' at Mrs. Whincop's, Christchurch;, and at Mr. J. T. White's Store, Kaiapoi. FOR SALE, A Fifty-acre SECTION, or in allotments to suit purchasers. The' land is rich and well-situated on the HAREWOOD ROAD, Rangiora, having 12| chains frontage thereon, in close proximity to the mill now in course of erection, and about one mile distant from the Lion Hotel. TERMS LIBERAL. For particulars, apply to MR; KIVER, Christchurch.' NOTICE TO THE/ INHABITANTS OF LYTTELTON AND CHRISTCHURCH. '.... OUR SADDLERY DEPARTMENT is now open for any and every class of work that' properly belongs to a ■ saddler, and we guarantee that any work entrusted to our care shall, not only ,be turned out in a more workmanlike, manner than any saddler'here or elsewhere, but at prices that will not fail to ensure a second call.. JAMES MORRISON & CO. FOR SALE, ' sff EWES, now lambing, from two-toothed yJyJ to full moutbed, from one of the best flocks in the province. The sheep can remain on advantageous terms until January, 1862, at the option of the purchaser. For further particulars, apply to ; COOKSON, BOWLER, & CO. Lyttelton, May, 1859. FOR SALE, IN small allotments, about 20 acres of land, situated on the Papanui road, about a mile and a-half from Christchurch. Full particulars may be obtained on application to MR. DANN, Chiistchurchj or ; MR. LONGDEN, Springfield, Papanui Road. May 23,1859. FREEHOLD LAND FOR SALE. TO BE SOLD, 7 allotments of land on liberal terms, near the market bridge, and fronting on the Papanui road. Apply to R. DAVIS, "Christchurch. GRASS AND CLOVER SEEDS. 1 C IONS of Colonial grown Permanent .J_vy Pasturage Grasses and Clovers, in mixture, comprising 16 of the best pasture varieties. W. WILSON, Nursery and Seedsman. FOR SALE. SEVERAL sheep runs. Apply to MB. OLLIVIER, Cashel. Street. SALE OF LAND IN THE TOWN OF AKAROA, CANTERBURY. ON the First Day of "NOVEMBER Next will be put up for public competition, at Christchurch, by the owner, C. B. Robinson, Esq., the whole of that valuable piece of ground adjoining Bruce's'Hotel, with frontage on the port, comprising 26 sections,1 lying between the sea, Bruce's terrace, Jollie street, and Aylmer street. Tin's estate was selected in the year IS4I, and was the first grant made by tke Nanto-Bordelaise Company, It is bounded oh two sides by rivulets of the purest water, and chiefly laid out in gardens, orchard, and paddocks. It is also intersected by a. prolongation of Aubrey street throughout its whole length. The survey is completed, and plans will be ready for public inspection in. a few days, both at Christchurch and Lyttelton, of which due notice will be given. Title—Crown Grant Unincumbered. A karoa, A ugust 28, 1859. LYTTELTON AND PIGEON BAY. A BOAT will leave Pigeon Buy at 7 JTJL o'clock ■a.m. for Port Lyttelton. every WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, returning at 2 o'clock p ni., (weather permitting.) Fave ° 0 12 .6 Rrturn Tickets..... 10 0 Freight 20s. to 30s. per ton measurement. Travellers to or from Akaroa, Chain's Bay, &c, can havo beds and board at Pigeon Bay. • J. SMITH.