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R. H. GARDENER, POLISHER, UPHOLSTERER, & JOINER, OLD FURNITURE cleaned, repaired, and stuffed. Raupo and Hay Mattrasses, and Beds made to order. Joiner's work executed on the shortest notice. t 43 Section, Lytteltou. !~ MESSRsTwOODS & TAYLOR, LYTTELTON ARMS, HAVING made considerable additions and improvements to their premises, are now enabled to give excellent accommodation to all classes ; and in returning thanks for past favours, beg- leave to inform the public that every attention will be given to their accommodation. AVON BANK COFFEE HOUSE. GPARK has to announce to the • Public of Christchuich and Lyttelton, that he has Opened a House in the above Line, and he hopes by moderate charges and attention to the wants of the public, to receive a share of their support. Market-Place, Christchurch, 12th September, 1851. Bread and Biscuit Baker, &c. WA. HURLEY, Bread and Biscuit • Baker, respectfully begs to inform the Public of Lyttelton, that he has every accommodation for carrying' on Public Baking, at the Emigration Barracks, and has now commenced the Bread, Biscuit, and Pastry business ; and having had considerable experience in those branches, hopes by strict attention to all orders, to merit general patronage and support. Excellent bread at the market prices. Dinners strictly attended to. Parties can be supplied with yeast at the above place. WANTED, BY a Respectable, Middle-Aged, Single Man, a Situation a^s Farm-Bailiff. The Advertiser perfectly undiersiands the various branches of agriculture, and the entire management of Stock, &c. Apply to Mr. C. W. Bishop, Christchuich.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Lyttelton Times, Volume I, Issue 38, 27 September 1851

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Lyttelton Times, Volume I, Issue 38, 27 September 1851