MONDAY NKXT, AT OKE To Groce,, G^ f E. NATHAN & CO., will mH l L<. Public Auction at the (Sγ*^ Mart, Christehurch. A^ct3b n ON MONDAY NEXT, THE 15tb lsft At One o'clock sharp "' cJss£g*vi,2r* m - Oilranv ** Preserved fish, &c, Tea, half chests Green do. boxes Coffee in tins 1 uxlnes lobsters INE uu-tjues Patent Congreves Kice Soda crystals White wine vinegar Confectionary assorted Jujubes, pastilles Pearl barley, split peas Washstunds, brooms Buckets, playing cards &c, &c, &c. Terms liberal Sale at one o'clock- shim -L. E. NATHAN <£- (ft. MONDAY NEXT, SEPtTiJ At 12.30 eharp. WITHOUf RESERVE. To Timber Merchants, Builders, Iromnoaecg Glaziers, Storekeepers, and others. ' LE. NATHAN & CO., have received . instructions to sell by public auction, at the City Auction Yards, Chnstchurch, (immediately behind their stores), on Monday next, the 15th instant, at 12.30 sharp, the following goods, without reserve: Doors Sashes Glass Nails Palings American chairs Navy canvas &c, &a Terms liberal. No reserve. L. R NATAAN k 00. TO WINE DEALERS, FUBMGANS* STOREKEEPERS, AND OTHER* L E.NATHAN & CO. have received • instructions to sell by public auction, «t the City Auction Mart, Chrietchurch, on MONDAY, NEXT, The 15th instant, at 1 o'clock sharp :— 9 qr-casks superior port 2 hhds. Nicholson's <>ld torn 2 cases wineglasses, each 50 dozen Ac, &c Terms liberal—No reserve TO BAKKUS, AND OTHEIiS. MONDAY, NEXT, THE 15th INST Sale of Sixty-Six Sacks Flour. LE. NATHAN & CO. have received • instructions to sell by public auction at the City Auction Mart, Christcburch, without the slightest reserve, SIXTY-SIX SACKS FLOUR Sale at 1 o'clock sharp-Terms liberal. _ TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH. CI ENTLEMEN.-I beg to inform y<m that T it is my intention, on the return of bis Honor the Superintendent, to resign niyeealW the Provincial Council. v My reason for this is, that I feel myseß, from failing health, unequal to * Pf«>tuai attendance at the evening sittings of the during which th * main business of the despatched ; and your interests are far too m portent to be left in the hands of any one who may not be able to be regularly and constantly m h Yneed hardly say that I greatly cause that compels mc to take this ■"£■"•"* in performing this act which terminates our political connection, I beg to convey to yon "J assurance that I shall ever retain ai very gratenj sense of your kindness during the JjewjJ. lengthened period I have had the senting you; and I shall with pride the nattering manner in wMcn y always elected mc when it was necessary tor w» to appeal to you. I have the honor to be, gentlemen. Your very obedient servant, JOSEPH BRITTAN. Linwood, September 12, JS62. _____ PUBLIC NOWK.-Tlje ,«W|e£ Jγ informed that the road through Bush, known as Boys Road, is, o o*d £** date, until the formatum thereof ,s comply Pro\nncial SeCTetary^ I XTOTICB. -Thomas McC^sj^ JN senger per 'Harwoo d, '"»%££lf* call at thw office with rrference to pV" services performed by -^J^. Provincial SecretsProvincial Secretar/s Office, Christohurch, 9 Sopfc* 1»^
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4, Press, Volume III, Issue 70, 13 September 1862
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