•J CLEARING OUT. ;'| SALE. BY PUBLIC AUCTION. 1 I\/f"ESSRS. LEAKE & TAYLER have f JjfJL instructed Messrs. F. Noble j -CAMPBELL & CO. to sell by PUBLIC 1,. AUCTION,1 at their Store, in London Street, "'- -Lyltelton, on ', THURSDAY, THE 17th INSTANT, "' A large assortment of merchandise, among which will be found:— ■ , Dinner services, elegant dessert ditto, meat, ; pudding, soup, cheese and other plates; ■, salad bowls, cheese stands, dishes, cups i and sawcers, pudding and other basins, t large white bowls, jugs assorted, and sets of jugs, broth bowls, tea pots, jars and ; covers, Parian marble jugs, China vases, tumblers, wine glasses, goblets, Champagne, squat, and hock glasses, custard •cups and jelly glasses, decanter stands, bhi3 liqueur bottles with plated corks, Ijutter tubs and stands, sugar basins and milk jugs, water jugs, cruet stands, glass plates, finger glasses, pickle bottles, and •various other glass and crockery. ALSO, Straw hats and bonnets, moleskin trousers and blue serge shirts, carpeting, brush ware, tea traj Ts, looking glasses, plated ware candlesticks, taps, watertight boots, oilman's stores, &c, &c.,&c. The above sale being for the purpose of making room for new goods expected to arrive every day, they will for the most part be -sold without reserve. Terms at sale. Sale to commence at noon. London Street, Sept. 8, 1857. SALE BY AUCTION. MR. OLLIVIER will Sell by Public Auction, on SATURDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 19th, A valuable collection of modern BOOKS. Particulars in a future advertisement. SALE OF CATTLE AND HORSES, AT KAIAPOI. MR. WYLDE lias received instructions to sell .by PUBLIC AUCTION ' at Mr. White's Stockyards, at Kaiapoi, on WEDNESDAY, the 23rd instant, the following valuable Stock :— 14 Milch Cows 9 Heifers .11 Steers 2 Working Bullocks ■ 1 splendid Draught Porse -2 Mares in . Foal, quiet to collar and saddle 2 Plough Horses 1 valuable Filly, by ' Farmers' Favourite.' THIS DAY. WEEKLY SALE BY AUCTION. MR. ALPORT bess to announce that his NEXT WEEKLY SALE of Merchandise by Auction will take place at his Auction Rooms, on WEDNESDAY, 16th September, to consist of— Tea, sugar, coffee, rice, tobacco Brandy, port and cherry wines, Geneva , Champagne, oilmen's stores, and other i goods. ; Sale at noon. Terms liberal. Lyttelton, September 11, 1857. CUSTOMS SALE. A DINGY, 14 feet in length, and a pair of paddles, seized and condemned, will be sold by PUBLIC AUCTION", at the Custom House, on WEDNESDAY, (16th Sept.) •at Noon. J. W. HAMILTON, • Collector. Custom House, Port Victoria, Sept. Bth, 1857. ESMEATON besjs leave to announce • that he has commenced leaching the VIOLIN. Oxford St., Lyttelton, Sept. 11. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. nVTO T I C X is hereby given that the JLI PARTNERSHIP" hitherto subsist-' ing between the'undersigned,GEOßGE FRANCIS SCOTT and SAM UEL FRANCIS SCOTT, both of Lyttelton, in the Province of Canterbury, Innkeepers, trading under the firm of " Messrs. G. F. & S. F. Scott," was this day DISSOLVE D by mutual consent. Dated this eighth day of September, 1857. G. F. SCOTT, S. F. SCOTT. Signed by" the said George Francis Scott, and Samuel Francis Scott, iv the presence of — Jonathan Redmatne, of Lyttelton, Clerk to Mr. Wormald. Josh. Jxo. Popplewell, Builder, Lyttelton. FOR SALE, BY PRIVATE TREATY. ~ A "Manning's" PORTABLE PANNELLKI) COTTAGE, 21 feet by 15 feet, with doors, windows, board floors, &c, complete. The Cottage can be dividud into three, four, or five rooms, and can be put together for occu- : nation in about twenty-four hours. I \ Apply to I ' MR. OLLIVIER, Christchurch.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Lyttelton Times, Volume VIII, Issue 508, 16 September 1857

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