.. WANTED, , ! ONE or two strong short-legged OART HORSES for farm work, for which a reasonable price will be given. Tlicy must be thoroughly broken, and warranted staunch. Apply by letter to J.T., " Lyttelton Times" Office, btating age and price, ! * NOTICE. HAVING continually suffered great loss by the destruction of my potatoes by-neighbours'pigs, I hereby give notice .that from and sifter this date I intend to lay Poison on my land at German Bay. JAMES HAMMOND. German Bay, Akaroa, April 27. VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. }.70R sale in German Bay, Akaroa, 50 _ :-.- acres of Land in five acre allotments with beach and road frontages. For terras, &c. apply to JAMES D.'GARWOOD, Akaroa. JOHN GEORGE RUDDENKLAU, BREAD & BISCUIT BAKER, HIGH ST. (OPPOSITE FISHER'S, STORE), CHRISTCHURCH, ■ BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Christchurch and the surrounding' districts that he will commence business in. the above line on Saturday next, May 7, and hopes by keeping always a first-rate article to merit a share of public patronage. ; _ . N.B. Hot rolls every morning at eight o'clock. Flour on sale in 2, 4, 6 fb. bags and upwards. May 2,-1858. . : :■:■.'■ \ ■ WANTED, EOUR CARPENTERS. Apply at the Rangiora Steam Mills, or at the Office of the undersigned. F. J. ELMER, Rangiora. : TO BE LET, WITH immediate possession, on moderate terms, for a lease of 4, 5 or 7 years, to suit the tenant, ■" Merevale," the residence of Mrs. Arthur Jackson, Papanui road, eligibly situated within a mile of Christchurch,.witli garden and orchard attached. 50 acres of land enclosed in paddocks. For further particulars, apply to the • Standard' Office, or at Merevale. Terms —A yearly rental of one hundred and fifty pounds ; fora cash payment down for the term of years, twenty per cent less. : CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB. nVTOTICE is hereby given, that any person _Ll driving* drays or otherwise trespassing on the Race-course will be prosecuted as the law directs. By order of the Committee, C. G. HODGSON, Hon. Sec. BEE HIV.E STORE ; KAIAPOI. fTIHE Proprietor of the above establish - JL ment has now on hand a good assortment of goods, among which may be found, the following : — ;. Nails, window glass, cross-cut, pit, and handsaws, Bench screws, spades, hoes, rakes Oils, turps, white and red lead -•-■••• Carpenters tools, planes Table & pocket cutlery Gunpowder Duck shot ■m ■ Ca Ps ; Crockery. Boots and shoes Stationery, paper hangings : Clothing, drapery, hats & caps, - White & regatta shirts, blankets, rugs Clocks, chairs, bottled ale and porter, liquors Tea, coffee, sugar, jams, fruits, Oilmans stores, &c, all of which will be sold at prices, corresponding with the tightness of the money market. ' ... ' J. T. WHITE, t Bee Hive Store, Kaiapoi. SALE OF TIMOR PONIES, &c, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON SATURDAY, MAY 7. MR. GUINNESS will sell by Auction at . ■ the stockyards of the Horse Repository, the following valuable Timor ponie3 and draught and saddle horses, — 1 entire Timor pony 1 cr. gelding Timor pony 1 gr. mare Timor pony 1 bl. gelding Timor pony 1 chesnut gelding, broken to saddle and harness 1 bl. gelding, good in harness 1 b. mare,-good in saddle and side saddle 1 eh. gelding, broken to saddle 1 b. gelding, unbroken 1 b. mare, good in saddle Also, 1 strong English made tilt cart 1 very large Sydney bullock dray : . < Terms at Sale.' ' Sale at Twelve 6'Clock. MRS. COE BEGS to invite the attention of the Ladies of Canterbury to her choice selection of French Flowers, one box of which are exclusively adapted for evening wear, and. will be found the most superior ever imported to this province. Also a few elegant full trimmed Tulle dresses, white kid and satin slippers, plumes, ladies' princess rolls and fiizettes for the hair, white silk and cotton girdles, gents'very superior cambric handkerchiefs, improved neck-ties, collars, &c. &c, &c. Albion House, Canterbury Street, Lyfctelton. WANTED, nnWO steady experienced bullock drivers, J_. for a station in the Amuri, who will be willing to make themselves generally useful; none need apply but such as can give satisfactory references as to character and ability. Applications to be made to T. S. Duncan, Esq., Solicitor, Christchnrch, or G. C. Black, Esq., Kaiapoi. Kaiapoi, May 2. KAIAPOI. MR. CLAUDE M. OLLIVIBR will attend at Kaiapoi for the purpose of receiving Commissions for the Sale of Lauds, Stock, &c, on Thursday in each week. Temporary Office at Mr. C. G. Hodgson's, solicitor, near the present church. Hours of attendance from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m.
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Lyttelton Times, Volume XI, Issue 672, 4 May 1859
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