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J. SKILLICORN HAS JUST RECEIVED direct from London the following VALUABLE COLLECTION OF GOODS, CONSISTING OF Buffalo cloths, grey and brown Blue pilot cloth Black Venetian cloth Superfine West of England cloths, wool dyed Black broad cloths Invisible green broad cloths Black Vicuna cloths Buttons of all kinds for gentlemen's coats Sporting ditto and vests Blue and white union Damask, green and gold, drab, crimson Coloured float lace Ingrain crimson worsted Bullion fringe, crimson ditto Printed.druggets Drab woollen cord Ladies' tweed, mixed grey and brown Black, white and drab watered moreens Fancy plaids, woollen long shawls Deny, fancy prints Bird's-eye diaper, nursery ditto Coloured coburgs, mixed alpacas Linen, huckaback, twilled cotton Sheeting, various widths Toilet quilts, white counterpanes Calicoes, Horrock's long cloths Jaconets, checked muslins, Scotch cambrics Irish cambric handkerchiefs Flannels, heavy fine extra ditto • Scarlet and pink Saxony Blue and white serge Coloured linsey Twilled Selicia, black and coloured Coloured worsted damask table covers Fringe, toilet covers Black silk and cotton velvet Black crape -French merinoes, drab, claret, brown, blue and green Glace silk, sarsenets Black, white, and coloured Persians Ducape and Bandana silk handkerchiefs Velvet ribbons Superfine lamb's wool socks, white merino Women's brown cotton hose White lamb's wool ditto Grey socks Men's fine ditto Scotch stout socks Brown cotton pantaloons Lamb's wool and merino vests Glengary caps, white cotton cord Drab Cashmere gloves Zebra cuffs, worked muslin collars, insertions Scolloping, white blond tulle Queen's quilting, Paris ditto Blond lace edgings, real thread ditto Braids of all kinds and colours Baby linen of all kinds A fresh supply of best standard gold wedding rings and keepers Also, the following fancy articles — Splendid work boxes completely fitted up Reticules, portmonaies Money bags, plush and leather bags Netting boxes, spring inkstands Tapers, egg boilers, black brooches Silver thimbles, &c, &c. Colombo St., Christchurch. FOR SALE BY the Undersigned, the following goods— Johnson's soothing syrup Essence of peppermint Hockin's tonic digestive drops Dalby's Carminative Diamond cement Gregory,'s powder Black reviver Boot top powder Essence of ginger Steer's opodeldoc Cod liver oil Hockin's seidlitz and ginger beer powders Nectar draught and lemon kali. A. BAYFEILD. Lyttelton, Jan., 1857. TO ARRIVE PER CANTERBURY. S)AA DOZEN Bottled Ale and Porter. WAITT, HARGREAVES & CO.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2, Lyttelton Times, Volume VII, Issue 438, 14 January 1857

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 Lyttelton Times, Volume VII, Issue 438, 14 January 1857

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