TO STOREKEEPERS. j THE undersigned are Importers of all descriptions of goods, British and Colonial, which they are ready to supply at Wholesale Prices. Lois open and Le Okem. Ex " Cornwall," from. London. fc£) KEGS NAILS assorted, including *j£ Shingling, Weather-board, Fencing, Lath, Spike Nails. &c. ALSO, 4 barrels Truman's London Porter. 12 do. do. do. Stout 25 casks bottled Porter, each 3 dozen. 8 do. do. Pale Ale, each 3 dozen. Thomas Waters, Norwich Quay. Ex "Fair Tasmanian" and "Fly." TEA —Hyson and Congou, in half and Quarter Chests. Sugars—White China, Siam, and Mauritius. Eice —in small packages. Cojtee—Java and Manilla. Sago—in 14 lb. bags. Pepper. Dried Appi.es—very fresh. Tobacco —(" Europas''). Bkandy. Amekican Buckets. „ Buoojis. Spades, Shovels, Sickles, Tea-kettles, Nails. Painis, Twine. j Oilman's Stores. ! Mould and Sperm Candles. V.D.L. Jams, and 2 cases of English-made Marmalade in tins. East-Coast Pork, Lard, Cheese, &c. 3 Cases Haberdashery. D. M. Lauhie. Norwich Quay, Lyttelton, Jan. 6, 1852. On Sale by the undersigned, VAN DIEMAN'S LAND FLOUR, first quality. Black Tea. Mauritius and Siam Sugars. Manilla and Java Coffee. Tobacco. Rice. Dried Apples. Butter, Lard, Cheese. East Coast Pork, Bacon and Hams. Soap. Salt, common and fine basket. Woolpacks. Vinegar. Gin, Whiskey, Sherry. Also, at reduced prices, about 50,000 feet of well seasoned New Zealand Timber. D. M. Laurie. Ex " Cornwall." h f\f\f\ FEET of Croggon's AsI }\JyJ\J phalte Felt for Sale, at the new Provision Store of the Undersigned, near the Land-Office, Christchurch. S. Gibbs. Registry and General Agency Office. S GIBBS begs to inform the Public that • he has opened a Register at his New Store near the Land Office, Christchurch; for the undermentioned purposes, viz.: Sale or Purchase, Letting or Hiring Land or Houses. For Domestic or Farm Servants, Mechanics, Shepherds, Stockmen, or for the transacting any business constantly occurring in a new colony where employers and those seeking employment, are much scattered. A small fee required to cover expenses. Jan. 1, 1852. To the Inhabitants of Canterbury. npHE Undersigned beg to inform the J-. settlers of Canterbury, that they are prepared to undertake the erection of Cob Houses, Ditch and BauK Fencing, &c. on the lowest terms. Charles Bouhn, JAMiis Sail. Ricearton Road, Due. 27th. Wholesale Store at Christehurch. THE Undersigned beg to announce that they have established a branch of their Business at Christchurch, where, also, orders will be received for goods required from L,yttelton, which will be promptly attended to, and thus save parties the trouble of coining into port. Longden & Le Cren. Agent in Christchurch, John L. Swjnbourne, Market Place.
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Lyttelton Times, Volume II, Issue 54, 17 January 1852
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Lyttelton Times, Volume II, Issue 54, 17 January 1852
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