Tenders. TIMBEE. TENDEES are wanted for SUPPLYING 7000 or 8000 ft TIMBEE. Specification at Mardon's Saleroom*, West Oxford. Tenders to be sent to W. Westosy builder, Kaiapoi, not later than Wednesday. 1-23 4950 TO BUILDEES. TENDERS are required for NEW PREMISES, Colombo street, for Messrs Coates and Co. Drawings and specification can be seen at my office, where teaders aro to be sent sot later than Wednesday, the 25th inst. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. FEED. STEOUTS, M.E.3.8.A., 1-6 4182 Architect. TO BUILDERS AND CAEPENTEES. rfIENDEE3 are required for ERECTION of -L GRAIN STORE at Chertaey, for New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company. Timber and iron found. Drawings and specifications can be seen at my office, where sealed tenders are to be sent, endorsed " Tender far Grain Store," on or before Wednesday, 25th inst. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. FEED. STROUTS, M.E.1.8.A., 1-17 4663 Architect. NEW ZEALAND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. TO CONTRACTOBS. TENDERS are limited] for the'EBECTION of EXHIBITION BUILDINGS for Messrs Joubert and Twopeny on the east corner of Lower HAG LEY PABK, Lincoln road; Labor only, in four Contracts. Tenders will be received for one or more. Those desirous of Tendering can see conditions, specifications and drawings at my Cfficc, where endorsed Tenders will be received np till 4 p.m. on THURSDAY, Jannary 26th, 1882. The Lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. TO WELL SINKERS. FRE3H TENDEES are invited for SINKING TWO ABTESIAN WEILS, with 3m. pipes, on site of Exhibition Buildings. Those desirous of Tendering can see conditions and specification at my Office, where endorsed Tenders will be received up to 4 p.m. on THURSDAY, January 26th, 1352. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. T. S. LAMBEET, Architect. Hereford street, Christchurch, Jannary 21st, 1882. 1-31 4886 TO BUILDEES. " TENDERS are invited for BUILBTNG a COTTAGE, for Miss M. Kelly, in Walker street, Christohurch. Plans and specifications may be seen at my office until WEDNESDAY, noon, January 25th. Traders re. ceivednntil 5 p.m. THUEBDAY, 26th. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. W. H. EBPENETT, Architect. 1-20 4338 Cathedral square Chambers. TO ABuHITiiCTS AND BUILDKHS. WANTED KNOWN—Eilet and Co. have on hand a large assortment of WEBT COAST STONE, and are open to receive Orders for any quantity of same. Blocks, Flags, Steps, Sills and Landings, any size. Price List and Samples at Kay and Woods, St. Aaaph street East, opposite Jenkin'a Saw Mills. l<l2 4482 Properties for Sage* FOB SALE, a 154 Acre FARM, close te Waddington Railway Station. For particulars apply to l-2£ 4885 J. T. BBOWN, Christchnrch. FOE SALE, at New Plymouth, FREEHOLD TANNERY, Felimongery, Soap and Candle and Boiling-down Premises and Plant, with fifteen acres of Lind: a bargain; terms easy. Apply immediately F. W. Isitt, Union Buildings, Cashel street. 1-23 4912 FO& SALE—A HOUSE for a gentleman, If Acres or thereabouts of LAND in paddock, kitchen garden, shrubberies, fish pond, with good family house, out houses, stables, Ac , &c, within half-mile of North Town Belt and Tramway. Respectable neighborhood, healthy, well drained, and plenty of water. Terms if required. J. L. WILBON. P.S.—A number of other Suburban Properties on Bale. 1-23 4935 FOE SALE OR TO LEf, MIDMONT, Upper Biccarton. The honse is large and well-built, beautifully situated in a most healthy locality, between 'three and four miles from Christchurch, clqae.to rail and coach; there is every convenience indoors and as regards outbuildinge; splendid grounds, orchard, and paddocks. Apply to Sev. C. Tubbell, at the above address; or to J. T. Fobd and Co., Auctioneers, Cashel street. 12-10 3043 FOE PRIVATE SALE. VALUABLE CITY PEOPEETY, CENTEALLY BITUATED. ONK QUARTER-ACRE of LAND, corner Montreal and Worcester streets, on which stand the buildings known as the German Church and Parsonage. For further particulars apply to JOHN JOYCE, Solicitor, Hereford street. 1-23 4931 Fob Sale, city fious mills cheisichuech. rffiENDEBS will be received up to the 28th J. JANUARY, by the undersigned for the PURCHASE of the CITY FLOUiS MILLS. Immediate possession can be given. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. For full particulars, apply to W. H. LANE, 1-11 Christchnroh. properties to lbet« TO LET, High street, Triangle, a BRICK SHOP. Apply J. L. Fleming, High street. 1-19 4807 TO LET, Cheap Good YARD and STABLES, in Cashel street. Apply, S. Bennett and Co., Auctioneers, Ac., Ca&hel street. 1-17 470G TO LET, with immediate entrance, the SHOEMAKER'S SHOP and DWEL-LING-HOUSE, in Sefton, lately occupied by George Presting, who has given ap bnsiness on account of bad ;heiltb. For particulars apply to James Babculy, Sefton. 1-11 4427 TO BE LET-The old established BOARD-ING-HOUSE, known aa Norfolk House, corner of Tuam and Montreal streets, containing 16 rooms, which have jnst been thoroughly renovated, and now in first-rate order for immediate occupation. Good stabling and out-buildings, &c. T. PiLLOW.Colombo street, 8 doors from Messrs Mason, Struihera and Co. 1-14 4597 Bantaruptev. IN BANKRUPTCY. THE "PRESS " is an authorised GAZETTE for aH Notices under tha Debtors and Creditors Acta. NOTICE. In the ESTATE of J. W. TUENEE, Builder. THE First Dividend in the above estnte will be payable at the offices of Messrs McClatchie and MTntosh, Manchester street, on MONDAY. 30th January. WM. WHITB 1 Trustees 1-24 4936 GEO. M'CLATQHIE? lrpstees - IN BANKRUPTCY. IN the District Court of Timaru and Oamara holden at Timarn.—ln the matter of the Debtors and Creditors Act 1876 and the Acts amending the same and of the bankruptcy of Kenneth Cambeon a debtor—This to notify that Kenneth Cameron of Winchester in the Provincial District of Canterbury New Zealand ehepherd has this day £Ued a statement that he is unablelto meet his engagemsnts with his creditors The first meeting of creditors to be held at the District Couit-bouse Timaru on Monday the 30th day of January 1833 at the hour of eleven o'clock in the fart noon.—.Dated this 19th day of January, 1882. THOMAS HOWLEY, Clerk of Court. A. St G. HAansESi/ET, 9 Solioitor, limara. *•** * iy>J @oodo oh 8»8«>* KICKS AND DKAIN WfiSS /OB SALE CHEAP, by the TJoderaignea—• 100,000 BMOES 50,0005™' ~ta' Terms Liberal. Delivery given as per arrangement. * THOS. HILLS, Rangiora Brick and Tile Works. 12-22 3599
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