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MISS PARSONS is] desirous of re ceiving a few more pupils for th» \ Pianoforte. For particulars, apply to " 5 MISS PARSONS, Dampier's Bay Lyttelton, June 28tli, 1857. y' notice! ~~" MISS TAYLOR begs to inform th. Public that her SCHOOL will RE-OPEN on TUESDAY, the 10th July. Dublin street, Lyttelton, I June 29th, 1857. I /^IHARLES ROSEN.—Let mel^^ V>* address without delay, as I have mat. ters to communicate of great importance and and advantage to yourself. C. P. HAUBROE. Kaiapoi, Canterbury, New Zealand. „ MESSRS. WHITMORE AND VINCENT I BEG to inform the inhabitants of Lyt_ I telton, that they are prepared "in m supply FIREWOOD. Terms :-£! l ßs . pe ° I cord, cash; £2 per cord, one month's credit. ■ N.B.—Persons found cutting or removing I any wood from their bushes will be prosecutprl I Lyttelton, June 22nd, 1857. I VICTORIA COFFEE-HOUSE & READING I ROOM, * I BY E. MILLS, I - No. 4, London Street, Lyttelton. I LIST O F PEICEB--I Cup of Coffee .... 3d. I Do. Tea .... 3d. I Plate of Bread and Butter . 3d I Do. Toast . . . . 4d. H Two Mutton Chops . . . 6d. If Rump Steak ..... 9d. I English Papers by every mail. ■§ W. H. FOLEY'S RETREAT. I BOARD AND LODGING HOUSE, I Noewich Quay, Lyttelton. I MR. FOLEY has the honor to inform 1 the Public that he has taken the I premises lately occupied by Mr Packard, and E as the house has been thoroughly repaired and j fitted up anew, he is now ready to receive! Boarders or Lodgers, where they will have every 1 care and attention to make them comfortable. 1 Soup,. Lunch & Meals at all hours. I N.B.—Livery and Bait Stables. Constantly out hand the best supply of Hay, Straw, and Corn.L Horses put to Livery will be well cared for. P THE Church-wardens of Lyttelton are pre-}" pared to receive tenders, up to THUfiS-K DAY, the 9th instant, for the purchase of thefe Bricks now on the Church Reserve, Canterbury |", street, in quantities of. ["'; -NOT LESS THAN A THOUSAND. N| TEBMS CASH. L, '"'.j. A. BAYFEILD,~) hit W.DONALD/ I Church -wardens,-1 JOHN HALL. ) "I CHRIST'S COLLEGE LIBRARY. I THE PUBLIC are hereby informed that ■*& Subscribers will be admitted from ant .*■s£ after the FIRST of JULY, for the remain^ "rii of the. year, at half the annual rates of sul !.,H scription. V(For the Librarian) FRED. THOMPSON k Cashel street, June 16th, 1857. | *] NOTICE^ ] AGENCY for Papanui.—Mr. F. l{ v| Haskins has been appointed Agcif J| for the ' Lyttelton Times' Newspaper at Paj i,^, nui, and is authorised to receive Advertisemei11 * and the names of new subscribers. Mr. H E 1 kins will receive a number of copies for sale I -S each day of publication. 1 f SOAMES TRUST ESTATE. I ; THE Tenants of this Property are herel| £ informed that a call will .be made off* the 25th June, for all rents due up to tl ■p4| R. J. S. HARMAN, IJ Agent for the Attorneys. f\ T * PHOTOGRAPHY. b J "IT F. McCARDELL is prepared to ?J « Portraits. awß Specimens may be seen at his Store in Oxfo'HW Lyttelton, May 8,1857. *^ PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS. WM MR. MOUNTFORT begs to annoiMtMJ that he is prepared to take port>alߧ[ by the New Collodion Process. rt^^H Specimens can be seen at Mr. Mountiortß|S ( Colombo Street, Christchurch, neai- Mes^Wpi Gould & Miles. _^fr%f 'NELSON EXAMINER.' W& SUBSCRIPTIONS to the « Nelson «H lO aminer' newspaper will be recen el)fflB this office, and copies supplied to subscrii^jJHE the arrival of each mail. Terms, 10s- |^K| ' Lyttelton Times' Office, April 24th, Is'^ j»

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5, Lyttelton Times, Volume VIII, Issue 488, 8 July 1857

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 Lyttelton Times, Volume VIII, Issue 488, 8 July 1857

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