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BARNARD'S. SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1863. TO FARMERS, CARTERS, and BUILDERS. IMPORTANT SALE OF SIX FIRST CLASS DRAUGHT MARES, Ex Geelonq, from Dunedin. MR. BARNARD has been favoured with instructions from tho Importer to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, AT HIS REPOSITORY, ON SATURDAY NEXT, SIX VALUABLE DRAUGHT MARES, Thoroughly broken to all kinds of Harness. Just landed, ex Gcolong, from Dunedin. Sale at Twelve o'clock sharp. Terms at Solo. SATURDAY, 25th JULY. CHRISTCHURCH. UNRESERVED S ALK o_> GROCERIES, SADDLERY, DRAPERY, / CLOCKS A WATCHES, Ac, Ac. MESSRS. W. & N. JOYNT will sell by public auction, nt thoir rooms, Colombostreet, on Satiu'day uoxt, 25th July, at 12 o'clock sharp, A now stock of groceries, comprising— Mustards Capers Sugars. Also, Saddles and bridles A new assortment of drapery Alabaster clooks Tobacco Men's and women's clothing Men's and women's boots and shoes Sale at 12 o'clock sharp, Terms at Sale. CAVERSHAM HOUSE HOTEL, THOMAS HOWES (from Bristol) | FERRY-ROAD AND MADRAS-STREET, CnRISTO H U R 0 H. GOOD STABLING, STOCKYARD, AND PADDOCKS. An Ordinary daily at Ono o'clock. EARLY CLOSING. undersigned Drapers, Outfitters, and Millincvs, havo agretd to close their respective establishments at 6 o'clock, from and oiler Monday, July 20th, until September 30th, (Saturdays excepted.) (Signod) Messrs. Bethel Ware W. Stringer and Co. D. Clark-on C. KirbyandCo. J. Jones and Co. J. Nesbitt r., % W. Cndden ! 2*. Edgar -\ *~ H. Harris '' v '\ -, Hobbs and Son »!■"■'•» G. Fletcher J. Pengoliy ~ .=.' p Raphael ",_ , y Miss SkiUicorn ;,; ,',, Mrs. Williams /, ~*"/" Mrs.Coo , - { ",\ . Mrs. Butler ' v ' " ' j., H. FOR SALE. npo Arrive per Sylph, from Chatham Islands, — X now due, — About 45 tons Prims Potatoes. Apply to J. T. PEACOCK and CO., Lyttelton or Christohureh. July 20th, 1863. . THE NEW TEA DEPOT, GENERAL GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE. COBNEB OF COLOJIBO AND GLOUCXSTEB STBEEia, CHRISTCHURCB, Is NOW OPEN for the Sale of FINE TEAS, COFFEES, AND GENEBAL, OROCERIES, BY J . WILSON, JW, begs to call special attention to his TELA • and COFFEE, which will be of excellent quality; also to a Large Assortment of Bottled. FRUITS and PICKLES of the Best Quality. A Superior lot of Tobacco and Cigars on handE,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Press, Volume III, Issue 227, 23 July 1863

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