SALE OF MITRE HOTEL, LYTTELTON, WITH" THE .... HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS. TO be Sold by Auction by Mr. ALPORT, on MONDAY, the SIXTEENTH day of MARCH, at Four o'clock in the Evening (unless previously disposed of by private contract, of which due notice will be given), at the Mitre Hotel, Lyttelton, subject to such conditions as shall then and,there be produced: All that recently erected, well known, and .spacious Inn, called the 'Mitre Hotel, situate in and fronting respectively upon Norwich Quay and Canterbury .Street, in'Lyttelton aforesaid, standing) upon Town Section No. 9 X or on part thereof, together - also with the Plot of Land, Iron Stoic, Stables, Outbuildings, and premises thereto adjoining or belonging, as at present enclosed. The House, Stable* and Outbuildings are in good repair and condition, replete with all requisite conveniences, and well calculated for carrying on an extensive and lucrative business. With the above premises will be sold all the valuable Household Goods and Furniture, Plate, Linen, and China, Ale, Porter, Wines and Spirits, with all other Effects whatsoever, in and upon the premises. The House, Land and Premises, will be sold for the lesidue of a term of Twenty-One Years, from the Twenty-Fifth of December, 1850, created by a certain Deed of Demise or Lease bearing date the Eighth day of December, 1851, and to the chief or ground rent of £80 a-year for the first seven years, and £100 per annum during the remainder of the term, subject nevertheless to an underlease of part thereof producing a clear rental of £20 per annum. If required, one-half or more of the purchase money may remain on security of the property, of which immediate possession may be^had, the present owners being about to retire from tho business. Further particulars may be had by applying to the Auctioneer, Norwich Quay, to Mr. G. F. Scott on the premises, or at my offices, where a plan of the property may be seen. RICHARD WORMALD^ Solicitor, London Street. Lyttelton, Feb. 27,1857. MESSRS. SCOTT'S ASSIGNMENT! WHEREAS^George Francis Scott and Samuel Francis Scott, both of Lyttelton, in the Province of Canterbury, arid Colony of New Zealand, Innkeepers, have, by Deed bearing date the Second Day of March instant, assigned and transferred all their Estate and interest of and in the Mitre Hotel and Premises, situate in and, fronting upon Norwich Quay, in Lyttelton, aforesaid, as well as all their Estate and interest in the" Robin Hood Inn, near thereto; together with all and singular all their Household Goods, and Furniture, Plate, Linen and China, Wines and. Spirits, book debts, sum and sums of money, and all other their personal Estate and Effects whatsoever and' wheresoever uato ISAAC THOMAS COO#SON and ROBERTLATTER, both of Lyttelton, aforesaid, Merchants, IN TRUST for theequal benefit' of such of the Creditors of the said George ' Francis' Scott', and Samuel Francis Scotfe, as shall come, in and execute tlie said Deed, within two months from the date thereof.-. , • ' ... „. ,\ „ , Notice is hereby given that the said Deed 6f Assignment now lies at the' office of Mr. Wormald, Solicitor, London' Street, Lytteltonr for the inspection and execution of 'the Creditors of the said George Francis Scott and Samiiel Francis Scott, and. such o.f ??ho shall neglect or refuse to execute the same within the time aforesaid will be excluded from all benefit' which niay ari^e therefrom. ; W. S MOORHOUSE, RICHARD WORMALD, Solicitors to the Trustees. L}'ttelton, March 3, 1867. ~ TOBACCO. A TONS SHEEP WASH TOBAGCO. -:*1- W. WILSON. Christchurch, Jin. 29, 1857. r< ' ■ .

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3, Lyttelton Times, Volume VII, Issue 454, 11 March 1857

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