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Lyttelton Times, Volume XVI, Issue 909, 27 July 1861, Page 8
TO ARRIVE PER NORDEN, And following Vessels, DIRECT FROM THE BEST HOUSES IN ENGLAND. PORT, first quality, in qr. casks and octives Sherry, pale do. Sherry, gold do. Claret (Nathaniel Johnston aud Sons' brand) in cases Champagne (Moefca' brand) in cases Brandy, U. V. pale, do. Gin, Booth's old torn Whiskey, Irish Whiskey, Scotch Beer, bottled, &c, &c. BURNELL AND BENNETT, Christchurch. July 20,1861. RUNS FOR SALE IN THE CANTERBURY PROVINCE. I^nnn ACRES of good Sheep Country d-ZJ}JJJ in the McKenzie Country 9,000 acres ditto ditto 10,000 „ on the Aahburton 10,000 „ near Lake Heron 7,000 „ on the Waimakariri 15,000 „ near Lake Takupo Also several Runs and Stock in working condition. Apply to BURNELL * BENNETT. Christchurch, July 20,1861. SPORTING. TO ARRIVE PER NORDEN,— 3 Cases of the latest sporting prints, BURNELL AND BENNETT. July 20, 1861. SHEEP RUN FOR SALE. Af fff ACRES of splendid sheep TcVy • JJJ , country, on the Waitangi BURNELL AND BENNETT. July 20,1861. SHEEP RUN FOR SALE. "1 X 000 -^cres °^ splendid sheep XOS J JVJ country on the Rangitata. BURNELL & BENNETT. July 20,1861. LAND FOR SALE. THE unsold portion of Rural Section No. 88, will shortly be offered for Sale in quantities to suit purchasers. The land has frontage to the Ferry road, and is for the most part fenced and cultivated. For particulars, &c, apply to MR. HARMAN, Hereford street. FOR SALE. 9A SHARES of £6 each, paid up, in hJJ the No. 1 Selwyn Copper Mining Company. Application to the Secretary, J. ROWLEY, High street, Christchurch, Secretary: T. COOPER, Durham street North, Chairman. DAIRY STOCK. T^ 0 R, SALE. Nine superior quiet Dairy Cows. Six pail-fed Heifers, rising 3 years. Three ditto. Four weaned Calves, delivered near Kaiapoi. Also, two powerful Draught Geldings, warranted quiet and sound, rising 6 years. Apply to Mr. RICH, Kaiapoi. BOOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS!! J JUST RECEIVED ex Glentanner, a well selected assortment of Ladies' Gent's and Children's Boots and Shoes of first-rate quality and make and in great variety: also, Blankets, Chairs, Trunks, Laces, Buttons, Lasts, and a general assortment of kit for the trade,- are now on Sale, at Goodman's Boot and Shoe Wabehouse, Colombo Street, Christchurch. Also 77 packages to arrive per Crysolite. TO STOREKEEPERS. TUST RECEIVED,—Paper Bags— sugar, tea, <J bonnet, and confectionery. Wrapping Papers —small hand, double ditto, bag cap, imperial brown, grocers' coarse blue and grey. Printing Paperswhite and blue demy, colored double crown and double demy, white double demy. J. HUGHES, Cashel Street, opposite Mann's A 1 Hotel. GOLD DIGGINGS. TENTS, various sizes, made expressly for the use of miners Miner's Manuals, also Gold Ready Reckoners Melbourne Newspapers by every mail steamer J. HUGHES, CASHEL STREET, :- . Opposite Mann's Al Hotel. PIANOS. TjIOUR splendid instruments, by Geo. Murphy •*- (for 27 years manager for Collard & Collard) will be sold reasonable, to close consignments; On view at the Warehouse of Mr. H. E. Alport Christchurch, aud at the.Stores of ' HENRY DUNSFORD, Norwich Quay. MAP S! MAPS! MAPS of all countries, size 30 x 22 in. well colored, Is. 6d and 2s. each, About 50 varieties, splendid playing cards, draft boards and dominoes; complete sets of Waverly novels, Shakspere and Professor Wilson's works Strickland's Queen of England, tales from Blackl woods, Standard Poets, Mayne Reids, London Journal, Burn's and Scott's Life. TO CARPENTERS AND DRAUGHTSMEN. Cartridge and best drawing and tracing papers of largest dimensions; also colors, pencils, rubber, &c. TO SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES. Educational books and stationery, maps and slates; copy books, 4d. 6d. and 9d each j cyphering, spelling exercises, arithmetics, and a variety of other goods too numerous for an advertisement. O N S A L E . The new Torsade Note Paper and Envelopes; also, tinted, medium, and water lined paper, silver bordered, wedding cards, envelopes, and note paper of all sizes. TO AUCTIONEERS AND IMPORTERS. Account sales papers, ruled for 1, 2, 3, or 4 pages; blue lined ruled paper, from foolscap to super royal', and a variety of every day commercial stationery at prices to command future favors. JOHN YOUNGHUSBAND'S Library, book and fancy depot, Colombo street.