ps-ogrertiea tor Bale FOB SeXB or TO LET, a Fint-claea CI -HOTEL. Foil particulars, apply to F. T«««a. Viotoria Brewery. ; 428 9461 OB SALE, a wejl-bailt DvVELtdNG- *1 HOUSE, containing three sitting, four J Wißoms, kitchen, scullery, pantries ; gas and « and cold) laid on, shower-bath, bath «« imom and every convenience. One acre land, tw Wd ont in flower and kitchen gardens and an ow-hard. At present occupied by the under- B< e£ned Also, Thwe Sections, one acre each an fmore or less), Vendaltown road. Titles, Land an Transfer Act. Terms easy. Apply, J. Bbauwnirr. Papanni road. 3-31 8105 MILL FOE SALE, Bituated in one _ Jf of the most flourishing districts in Canterbury. The mill, dwelling house, and other buildings are in first class order, which together H with twelve acres of land and other improve- J meats will be sold cheap to ensure a speedy sale. For further particulars apply to C. B. Tatlos and Co., Caßhol street. 4 18 8972 FOR SALE. THB WINCHESTER PLOUE o MILLS. « FOR ISALE, the WHOLE or a HALFSHAJtE in the LEABE of the WINCHESTER FLOUR MILLS (water power), - running three pair of four feet stones, together f with stock of wheat and working plant. The Mills are situated close to the Great t Southern Railway, in one of the most fertile agricultural districts in South Canterbury, commanding the gristing of the Temuka, Kakahu, Gnraldine, Rangilata, and Winchester disThe present lease has nine years to run from August next, and contains an optional clause for extension for a further period of fourteen years. For price and full particulars, apply to MURRAY BROS., Winchester; or, ROBERTS, PiXTON & CO., 4-15 8878 Christchurch. Properties to JLct. rilO LET, in Lyttelton, a SHOP and I BaKERY, with Dwelling-honeeattached. Apply to Mdie ahd Co., Christchuroh. I *_ 4-22 9195 LAND TO LET. > WAIKARI VALLEY. 't d/\r» ACRE 3 GOOD WHEAT LAND f DUV (broken up), TO LET for One 1 Ciop. a Apply to HARPER & CO., I ' Christchnrch; or, VAUGHAN & OOBDNER, 3-30 80 i 0 Waikari. 0 OATEN HAY. ; . T?OR SALK by tender. ONE STACK of v I 1 OATEN HAY. Tenders to be sent to the tt ondereigned on or before the 31st May. Bobkbt Q UEDDis, Calmbrook, near Prebbleton. f 5-16 412 l ' GUNS. GUNfi. GUiMS. '' nnHE Undersigned has ON B&.LV. a Large 8 JL Assortment of Single and Double Barrel Muzzle and Breech-Loading GUNS. Chokebore, by Greener, Qeo. Bussey and Co., W. and C. Scott, Tolley, Newbon, and other first-class makers. Also, a Large Assortment of AMMUNI!a TION. " J. L. FLEMING, 3-24 7732 High street. Triangle, i- _ a Tenders. ;O — — *• npENDERS are invited for the Purchase of ie JL the Hull and Rigging of the Schooner JKSSIS, now on the Waimakariri Beach, to be sent in not later than FRIDAY, at noon, to J. " Sims, Kaiapoi. 5-16 420 | npifiNDERS will be reaeived till four o'clock X on FRIDAY, May 26th, for the EREC>y UONof the UNION BANK OP AU3TBAid LIA, Christchurch. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. Plans in and specification may be seen at my office. J l, 512 201 W. B. ARMSQN. Architpn*;. a nnENDfiRS will toe received till twelvu u'ciook te A on Monday. 22nd May, for the EEECiI, TioN of a BUILDING in Cashel street for the Bβ Canterbury Chamber of Commerce. The lowest tie or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Plans and specification may be seen at my office. — 52 9634 W. B. ARMSQV. Architect. I riIENDERS will be reoeived by the underi eigned until Wednesday, the 17th imt., 3 f for the PURCHASE of all that Valuable r " FREEHOLD, including two sections, a twoh ß, roamed cottage, and large workshop, with frontages on Qaeen and Oonway streets, Syden--0 ham. D. O'sxtllivan and Co., Manchester £ street. . 5-12 236 HEATHCOTE KOAD BOAHD. TENDERS are invited for the "TJPPLY of HOESE TEAMS. Specification at — Board Office, Ferry' road. Tenders close on -r- THURSDAY, the 18th met., at 6 p.m. re W. T. C. MILLS, ag 515 384 Clerk to the Board. >3, TO BJILDERS. ily of mENDEES are invited for BBIOK ite i STABLING, &c, Cathedral eqaare. ag Plans and specifications to be seen, and tenders, he to be sent to the undersigned, not later than , of Noon on MONDAY, May 22nd. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. C. CUFF, Architect and Bworn Valuer under Land Transfer Act. 49 Liohfield street, Christchurch, May 13th, 1882. — 5-15 351 A — TO BUILDERS. n, riIENDERS are invited for the EEKCTION il X of BUSINESS PBUMIBE3, in Brick ._ and Stone, corner of High and Cashel streets, for' if Jchn iDglis, Esq. Those desirous of tendering [o' can see conditions, specification, and drawings of at my Office, where endorsed tenders will be II received up till 4 p.m. on Monday, 29th May, .j 1882. The lowest or any tender will not neces- " sarily be accepted. ye T. S. LAMBERT, Architect. Hereford street, 4th May, 1882. 5-5 9803 TO BUILDERS. TENDEES are invited for effecting sundry ALTEEATIONS in Eesidenca,"Antigua N street; also separate Tenders for Fencing and Gates. Those desirous of tendering l can ccc conditions, specifications and drawings at my 3o office, where endorsed tenders will be received tb up till 4 p.m. on Wednesday, 24th May, 1882. ag The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be iv accepted. X T. S: LAMB EET, Architect. I E Hereford street, May 12th, 1882. 513 267 ie CAVERSHAM HOTEL. riIENDEES are invited for BE-BUILDING JL the above HOTEL substantially in brick, — • &0., for Mr E. Bavenhill. Plans, specification, and conditions of contract can be seeu at the office of the Architect, Union Building*, Cashel — street, Christchurch, to whom endorsed tenders are to be delivered by noon on Saturday, May 27th. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. r. THOMAS CANE, JE 5.16 411 :Architect. TO CARTEES. THE RICCARTON EOAD BOARD invite TESDEES for Pupplying GRAVETi on the Harewood road, from the Sailway line to the river bed. ' s * Specifications may be seen at the Board's *y Office, Upper Riccarton, where tenders are to m be lodged before four o'clock on Wednesday, . the 17th inst. I f N. ELLIS, Surveyor to the Board. 33 Upper Eiccarton, 11th May, 1882. _ 5 13 259 _ UPPER WAIMAKARIRI ROAD BOARD. ■pi 1 11 ■ riIENDERS for the following WORKS will N JL be received up to noon on Saturday, May » n 27th, at the Caas Hotel: — 5 1. Approaches to Poulter bridge site; 1£ f miles. ** 2. Mount Binser road; 5£ miles. ' n 3. Approach to Waimakariri bridge site; ■»• i mile. Specifications of the work to be seen at the " Cass Hotel, and the offices of the undersigned. = EDWARD DOBSON & SON, South British Chambers, ' 5-16 414 - Hereford street, Christchurch. TO SURVEYORS. h npHE BOAED OF CONSERVATORS for 9, JL the North Rakaia District invite Tenders o from the Licensed Surveyors for the SURVEY in of certain portions of the RESSEVES on the h Bakaia Islands, and on the North Bank of the B Bakaia, particulars of which may be obtained ie from the undersigned. t Endorsed tenders specifying rate per acre at n which the work will be undertaken, and adir dressed to the Chairman, must be sent in not ie later than Noon on MONDAY, 22nd May. k The lowest or any tender not necessarily aeeepted. L. V. DE3BOEOUGH, Secretary, I North Bakaia Board of Conservators. 5 Southbridge,9th May, 1882. 5-15 335

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