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Conveyance of Goods to Christchureh. rjpHE Undersigned beg" to announce that ' j'-*- their new Cutter, the " KAKA," 17 tons, j hus just arrived from Auckland, and is now I ri.-uly to take in Goods for the Plains. ; Sue is decked, and well built, and under the charge of Captaiii : Henry Cain, late of the "Pauline," whose,•experience and ability are well known, and who will take every care of the Goods placed in his charge. Longden and Le Ceen. Conveyance of Goods to Christehureh. T E. THACKER begs to inform the *J • public,'-that* he has commenced running a well-appointed Decked Boat between the Port and the Wharf, Christchurcii. Orders entrusted to his care carefully executed. Lost or Strayed. O VALUABLE GREY HORSES—one half bred Arab Horse—the other a FleaBitten Grey, with long . tail—lost from the neighbourhood of. Mount Pleasant. Any persgn finding the same,. and restoring them to Gollan's Bay, will be handsomely rewarded. Daily Expected from Sydney. A CONSIGNMENT of 1,500 FineWoolled'Ewes. 200' Heifers and Steers, from one of the Best Herds of New South Wales. A number of Draught and Saddle Horses, . "and Mules. For further particulars, apply to John T. Parkinson, Gollan's Bay. Livery and Bait Stables, Lyttelton, BY A. LAKE. SCALE OF CHARGES. Standing for One Horse, Feeds, s. di Hay and Bran, for 24 hours, ... 5 0 Single Feed, 1 6 IV|"R. L. also begs to inform the Public that -L"L he will commence carrying LETTERS and PARCELS on Monday, the 13th instant, between the PORT and CHRISTCHU.RCH, Three times a Week, viz.,—Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fkidays,—starting from the Mitre at 11 a.m. and from Mr. Bishop's Store, and the Gclden Fi/eece, at 4 p.m. the same day. t Livery and Bait Stables, T • W. FITCH begs to announce that he -«-*• has'good accommodation for horses, adjoining the "Golden Fleece Hotel," Christchureh. ■BUCKHURST LODGE LSVERY AND BAIT STABLES, By H. W. Read. SADDLE HORSES TO LET ON HIRE, either with Saddle, Side-saddle, or Pack. Apply to W. Mason, at Mr. Bannister's, London Street, Lyttelton, £200. TTTANTED on first-rate Security, in this » » Town, for 12 months or longer. ;\s may be agreed upon, at the Colonial rate'of Interest. Apply at the Office of this Paper. -~~ NOTICE. HpHE Undersigned is prepared to take -*- Sheep and Cattle for grazing on his run at the mouth of the Wai para. For terms apply to A. J. Ai.PoxiT, Esplanade, or at the station. C. 1L Buowk.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Lyttelton Times, Volume I, Issue 39, 4 October 1851

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Lyttelton Times, Volume I, Issue 39, 4 October 1851