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COME TO THE TXTELLINGTON TEA MART, AND PURCHASE YOUR GROCERIES, WINES, AND SPIRITS, Where you can only procure genuine article! AT MODERATE PRICES. GROCERD2S AND OILMAN'S STORES of every description on hand. D. J. HEALY. TO CAPITALISTS AND OTHERS. A VALUABLE SHEEP RUN FOR SALE By Public Auction, Situate at the Kaikoura, in the Province of Marlborough, containing about 40,000 ACRES FIRST-CLASS SHEEP COUNTRY, Adjoining the Hawkswood Run, Together with ABOUT 7500 SHEEP. ■JVTESSRS. MILES & CO. have received instructions from the trustees, to sell by public auction, ON FRIDAY, 31st MARCH, 1865, At their Wool Sale-rooms, Hereford-street, Christchurcb, the above valuable SHEEP STATION, Adjoining the property of J. S. Caverhill, Esq THE RUN Is well watered, and is estimated to carry a large number of sheep ; it is well fenced with natural boundaries, and requires no outlay. For further particulars apply to MILES & CO., Christchurch ; Or to JOHNSTON & CO. Wellington. T ELLISON AND SON, •GENERAL MANUFACTURING CABINET-MAKERS, Mulgrave Street, Thorndon Flat. Hair and Flax Mattresses made to Order Upholstering done. Billiard and Bagatelle Tables repaired and reliued'on the shortest notice. . ~~ SAUCE. LEA AND PERRINS* WORCESTERSHHtE SAUCE, Pronounced by connoisseurs to be the only good sauce, and applicable to every variety of dish. Extract of a letter from a medical gentleman at Madras to his brother at Worcester, May, 1851 :—": — " Tell Lea and Perrin that their sauce is highly esteemed in India, and is, in my opinion, the most palatable as well as the most wholesome sauce that is made. Caution.— Lea and Perrins beg to caution the public against spurious imitations of their celebrated Worcestershire Sauce. L. and P. have discovered that several of the Foreign markets have been supplied with spurious imitations, the labels closely resembling those of the genuine sauce, and in one or more instances the name of. L. and P. forged. L. and P. will proceed against any one who may manufacture or vend such imitations, and have instructed their correspondents in the various parts of the world, to advise them of any infringement of their rights, . ' Ask for Left and P«rrins* «UQt.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Post, Issue 44, 30 March 1865

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Post, Issue 44, 30 March 1865

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