New Advertisements. BETHEL WARE'S J)RAPERY, CLOTHING, AND FURNISHING STORES, TUAM STREET AND HIGH STREET. DIRECT IMPORTERS FROM THE ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL MARKETS. JUST EECEIVED, EX HIMALAYA, OUR FIRST SHIPMENT OF AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS, CONSISTING O* FANCY DRESS MATERIALS, WINCEYS, FRENCH MERINOS, SILK 3, BLACK AND COLORED SILK VELVETS. SHAWLS, MANTLES, AND PALETOTS, BLACK SILK VELVET PALETOTS. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HATS. LADIES' AND CHILDRENS UNDERCLOTHING. CRINOLINE, STAYS, CORSETS, HOSIERY, And a very large Assortment of General Drapery. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT A very Large Stock of MEN'S, YOUTHS', AND BOYS' CLOTHING. HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, SCARFS, TIES, COLLARS, &o. THEESHINGr CLOTHS. 3-2
AUCTION SALE ON TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1867. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. MR. CHARLES CLARK has received instructions to sell at his Auction-room, in Colombo street, Christchurch, on the abovenamed day— Rural section numbered 1745 in the Ashley district, containing fifty acres, the property of Mr James March. Sale at 1 o'clock. For particulars and conditions of sale apply to No. 86 Me. Wton WiLUAiis, Solicitor, Hereford street j or to 3-23 The Attctioneeb. MALTING BARLEY. A PREMIUM of £20 for the best sample, and £10 for the second best sample of Malting Barley, grown in Canterbury this season, will be given by the Chrietchurch Brewers' Association. The sample to be not less than three bushels. Must be sent in to the Town Hall, Christchurch, by twelve o'clock on Saturday, the 13th of April next. CONDITIONS : — To be entitled to the Ist prize, the grower must satisfy the Association that he hae grown at least 300 bushels of the same quality; and for the 2nd prize, 100 bushels this season. Christchurch, March 25, 1867. 3-26 THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1867, At 12 o'Clock Sharp. UNRESERVED CLEARING SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, LEASE, &c, &c, AT CLIFTON FARM, COAL TEACK. TONES, McGLASHAN & CO. having «>J received instructions, will sell on the above date on the Farm of Mr Charles James, The Lease of the productive Farm, comprising— 150 ACRES OF EXCEEDINGLY RICH AGRICULTURAL LAND, (Full particulars of which will be given at sale), and the undermentioned Live and Dead Stock, viz : — 3 cart mares, all thoroughly staunch 2 cart geldings, all thoroughly staunch 1 yearling cart colt, by Magenta 1 yearling cart colt, by Prince Royal 1 cow, in full mill 40 prime pigs 1 gig, 3 ploughs, 1 reaping machine 2 drays, 1 chaff-cutter Shaft-cart and plough-harness ROOT CROPS, &o. 1 stack of oaten hay 1 stack of oaten barley 1 stack of oaten meadow hay , Lot of carrots, mangold wurtzela and potatoes The improvements, which are most complete and perfect, consisting of— Dwelling and out-houses, barn, stables, piggery, artesian well, &c., will go with the lease Luncheon provided. Terms very liberal ; will be declared at sale. Jones, McGlashan & Co., 3-30 Auctioneers. VALUABLE FARM TO LET, For a Period of Ten Years, Consisting of ACRES, fenced and sub-divided, O V_/ \J with good dwelling-house, stockyard, and milking shed. Bent very moderate. Forty Head of Cattle may also be purchased on the ground at a moderate rate. For further particulars apply to Gboege D. Lockhabt, 3-30 Colombo aad Hereford streets.
TO BE LET, For a Term of Three Years, at a Moderate Rental, RESFORD, Nbab Chbistohuboh, The residence of Samuel Bealey, Esq. Situated on the Northern Town Belt, this property combines the advantages both of town and country, and offers an eligible opportunity to any gentleman desirous of renting a comfortable home. THE HOUSE contains drawing-room 24 x 18, dining-room 20 x 14, seven bedrooms, dressing-room, kitchen and offices. There is an artesian well, coach-house and. stabling, together with a gardener's cottage, containing four rooms. All in perfect repair. THE GROUNDS, comprising lawn, flower garden, shrubberies iind plantation, laid out in the beet taste, and including well-stocked kitchen and fruit garden admirably arranged, are three acres in extent, and separated by a ha-ha fence is a well-grassed paddook of upwards of six yeare. If required, sixty to seventy acres of excellent land laid down with English grass will be let with the house. Possession on or about the beginning of April. For terms apply to MiXBS & Co. ; or AiiBXANDBB Lean, 2-28 Mateon's buildings. A f\ f\. ACRE FARM TO LET, in one or TTV/vJ more lots, at Leeston ; well watered, fenced, and nearly all in cultivation. Rent moderate. Apply to Habman & Stevbnb, 3-22 Chrietchurch. FOR AKAROA, TIMARU, OAMARU, AND DUNEDIN. j rpHE FAVORITE SCREW STEAMSHIP WAINUI, J. E. Dbiveb, Commander, Will sail on or about TUESDAY, APRIL 2, At noon. For freight or passage apply to J. M. Hbtwood & Co., 3-28 Lyttelton and Christchuroh. HALSWELL ROAD BOARD. NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS. AT a Meeting of the Board held at Mr. Charles Clark's Offices, Colombo street, Christcharch, on Friday, the 15th March instant, it was resolved— " That a District Road Bate of 6d in the £ be made upon all lands, buildings, and tenements within the district, as the same shall appear on the Batepayers' Roll." W. G. Beittan, Christchurch. Chrietchurch, March 27, 1867. 3-30 I NOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED being about to leave Christchurch, requests that all demands against him will be sent in before noon on Wednesday, April 3, when they will be examined, and if found correct discharged. Isaac LuckChristehurch, March 27,1867. 3-30 WANTED —By a young man, a Situation as Assistant in the Clothing or Woollen Drapery Business ; could make himself useful in any department. Good references. Salary no objeot. Apply S. W., Poet»offloe, Christ' church. 3-30
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