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GREAT LAND SALE. ER. THOMSON'S next snln of Town and.Suburban land will t-,ike place on ; THURSDAY, March 3, at Noon. Particulars in catalogues and in future advertisement. , H FIREWOOD AND TIMBER. IN addition to the lots of town and siirburban land to be. offered at Mr. Thomson's Land Sale, on the 3rd MARCH, (catalogues of which will be ready during the ensuing week), he will ulho sell 12 lot* (of one acre each), of S T AND-ING'TI M B E 11, on part of section No. 338, at Ifoon Hay, with frontage on the new road through the bush. Upset price only £20 per acre, ■■li/TR. THolsON~^rein^Auctira7in -IT-L. Manchester Street, Cliristchurch, immediately behind the Auction Mart, on TUESDAY, FEB. 15, AT NOON, 50,000 FEET KAURI TIMBER, consisting of wide and narrow boards," toneued and grooved; ditto, and scantling. '" SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD STOCK GROWING CROPS, Ac. MR. THOMSON has received instructions from Mr. Blackmore to sellby auction on his farm, Hare wood road, Papanui (which he is leaving for another part of the province), on FRIDAY, February 18, the whole of. his live and dead stock, consisting of milch cows and calves, pigs,, ploughs, harrows, bullock dray and harness, weighing machine, grindstone, and a quantity of HOUSEHOLD FT7BNITUBE. Also, A stack of hay in prime order, and the growing' crops on said farm, consisting of about 13 acres of wheat, 3 acres barley, 3 do. oats, 4 do; potatoes. 12 dp. swedes. . . ': : Sale at Twelve o'clock. Also, if not previously disposed of by private bargain, ; The unexpired term (of 16 years) of the lease of 50 acres held of the Church Property Trustees, all of which1 are .'enclosed and 30 acres broken up; With large and substantially built dwelling-house, and other improvements on the same. TOWN LAND IN CHRISTCHURCH. MR. THOMSON has received instructions from W. Kaye, Esq., of Brighton, near Melbourne, to offer for absolute and immediate sale, at his Auction* mart, on THURSDAY, February 17, at Noon. Those six valuable sections in Christchurch, fronting on Worcester street, Montreal and Gloucester street, and numbered respectively 386, 387, 389, 391, 393, and 395 on the maps of the Canterbury Association, together with {he house and stable on one -of the same, let to a good tenant at the yearly rent of £65. , also, '. Sections Nos. 495, 493, 491, and 489, fronting ; . on Cashel street and Montreal street.. i The value of property in this neighbourhood is daily rising, and may be expected to increase considerably on the completion of the new Government Buildings, and of the various bridges connecting this district with the centre of Christchurch, and with Hagley Park and Riccarton. FOR SALE, TEN Quarter-Acre SECTIONS in Christchurch, being Nos. 408, 410, 411, to 418 inclusive, with frontages on Worcester, Hereford, and Montreal Streets, in the vicinity of the Land and Government Offices. Price of 417 and 418, £120 each. Of the remainder, £100 each. For terms and further .particulars, apply to ; Me; THOMSON, -.-.-- <■ > Christchurch. UNRESERVED SALE OF NEW AND VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MR. THOMSON" has received instructions from W. Wilson", Esq.; who is about to leave the Colony, to sell by auction at his residence in East Tuam Street, on THURSDAY, February 24, 1859, the whole of his valuable collection of Household Furniture, Plate, bed and table Linen, Glass, Paintings and Engravings, Cabinet Piano, <&c, &c. The Auctioneer would draw the attention of parties furnishing to this sale, the whole of the furniture being of the best description, and in use for a verj" short time. The proprietor being about to-rot-urn to England, the articles will be sold without reserve. Terms, —Cash. , FOR SALE, ANEW LARGE SPRING TRUCK; may be made suitable for a pony.— Price, £16. Apply to W. -SANSOM, Tailor, Rangiora. CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB. SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING. \ Special General Meeting of the above oL Club will be held at the Golden Fleece Hotel, on THURSDAY, Feb. 17, at three o'clock p.m., to take into consideration the offer of a gentleman in Ohristchureh to erect h GRAND STAND on the .race-i:oursp. The members, are earnestly solicited to attend, so that, if possible, the proposition may be carried into effect in time for the ensuing race meeting. FRANK GUINNESS, Acting Secretary. JUISY- LIST. A Special Meeting- of Justices of the Peace will be held at the Resident Magistrate's Court, Christohuivh, on WEDNESDAY, the 83rd day.of February hist., iit 11 a.m., for the purpose of preparing a Jury List for the ensuinir ye;tr. . JOHN HA.LL, Resident Vagistrate. Resident Mnsisfrnrp's OfHce, Christchurch, February 9, 1859. HOBBS & SON, . TATLOKS, Ac, Colombo Street, CHRTSTcnr>rccrr. J. JOYCE, WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, BEGS to acquaint the in-hnbihmts of Canterbury that ho has returned to Lyttelton, «ud re- , comnienced work. N.B.—Repairs executed with despatch. Charges moderate.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Lyttelton Times, Volume XI, Issue 654, 12 February 1859

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