Goods oa 8»le POETEAItL|K WjM BOOMS. CHRISTCHURCH. PORTRAITS TAKEN FROM CARTE DE VISITS, to Life Siae in Oil or Water-color. PARTIES TO BE TAKEN. An appointment previous to day of sitting -preferred. VIEWS NOW READY. Over one hundred to select from of Christchurch and Vicinity, By Sherlock, now engaged in the above Rooms, whose father has obtained each celebrity for his famous instantaneous pictures of cattle subjects, copies of which may also be had. J. GAUL is prepared to take views in town or country by appointment. N.B.—None but first-class work will be sent out. 7949 10-3 NOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED bege to INFORM his FRIENDS and the PUBLIC in general, that he has DISPOSED OF HIS BUSINESS AT 000KHAM. HOUSE, To Hie late Managers MESSRS CHISNALL AND STEWART. And whilst thanking his many friends for the liberal support accorded to him for so many years, would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same to his Successors in whom every confidence can be placed. GEORGE GOULD. P.S.—All accounts due to G. G. to date, can either be paid to MESSRS Chisnall & Stewabt ; or at his offices, Cookham House Chambers. Referring to the above, we beg to assure our Friends and the Public, that no effort shall be wanting on our part to maintain the distinction COOEHAM HOUSE HAS ALWAYS HELD OF SUPPLYING GOODS OF THE VERY BEST QUA LIII. Haying had the General Management of the Business, for the past fourteen years, and being personally known to all Patrons of the Establishment, we venture to hope.that a continuance of that liberal support so long afforded our predecessor, will be. bestowed npon us ; trusting by very moderate charges, and strict attention, to show our appreciation of the same. CHISNALL AND STEWART. Oct. 1, 1873. 19-1 7847 ALBION BREWERY, WINDMILL ROAD, CHRISTCHURCH. TO PRIVATE FAMILIES, PUBLICANS, AND OTHERS. I AM REGULARLY SUPPLYING several first-class families with my NEW BREWED ALE AND PORTER, which will be found second to none in the province. I have ten hogsheads of superior stout porter, brewed the same as English, which cannot be equalled here. Invalids and those of weak constitutions would do well to drink this ; delivered anywhere in cask or bottle. 10-3 7902 THOMAS HANCOCK. FOR SALE, PRIME SAMPLES of the FOLL OW ING SEEDS— White clover Bed clover Cow grass Trefoil Alsike Timothy Italian ryegrass Rape. DUDLEY & CRAIG, Raven Quay, Kaiapoi. PUBLIC NOTICE. I HAVE this day Sold my interest in the RETAIL COAL AND TIMBER TRADE at Rangiorato Mr W. A. BURT. An early settlement of all outstanding accounts is requested by the undersigned, for which Mr W. A. Burt's receipt will be a sufficient discharge. The Grain Trade will be continued as formerly. Office—At the Rangiora Railway Station. Advances made on growing crops. FRANK DUNLOP. IN connection wth the above, I beg to state that having taken the business lately carried on by Mr Frank Dunlop, I am prepared to supply Coal and Timber in large or small quantities at lowest remunerative rates. Goods booked through the Railway, and delivered in any part of Rangiora or Christchurch. Offices—Rangiora: At the Railway Station, Christchuxch: Cobb & Co.'s, High street. 10-2 7898 W. A. BUBT, T>ATHS. -DATHS. "OATHS. PLUNGE BATHS, HIP BATHS, FOOT BATHS, SPONGE BATHS, SLIPPER BATHS,! SHOWER BATHS, &C., JAPANNED OAK AND MARBLE, Quality superior to imported—Price the same. MADE BY G. P. DATE, Bath Maker and Japanner, Colombo street south, next to Bruce and Co. 10-6 8013 THB SOUTH BRITISH FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. Cafxtax. £760,000. The South Bbitzsh is a thoroughly local institution, with more than 900 shareholders all resident in the colony. Fire and Marine Bisks taken at Lowest Current Bates. J. DBUMMOND MACPHEBSON, 8-13 6280 Agent,
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