FOR SALE, THE Springfield Property, Papanui Road, situated one mile from Christchurch, and comprising 25 ACRES OF LAND, divided into throe paddocks, weHfericed, with abundant feed of water in each; together with the comfortable DWELLING HOUSE, GARDEN, AND ORCHARD, DAIRY AND OUTBUILDINGS, of eyery description, now standing thereon; the whole property being in a state of perfect order, arid presenting oneof th_ mdst valuable and pleasant places o£ residencenear Christchurch. The above'is^ now offered for sale in consequence of the owners' intended'rembvjal to the country. For further particulars, apply to the owner, MR. LONGt>EN;orto GOULD & MILES. Christchurch, Nov. 1,1859. V~VN SALE AT THE STORE OF E. J. JONES V UNION WHARF, EERRY ROAD, CHRISTCHURCH. Europe, Manila, and New Zealand rope Whale line, boiled, raw, and lamp oil Varnish, pitch, tar, oakum, patent blocks And all other articles connected with ship chandlery. Oct, 27,1859. £XN SALE AT E. J. JONES', UNION " WHARF, FERRY ROAD, Upwards of 100,000 feet well seasoned timber of all descriptions, 100,000 shingles, V.D.L. white pine and totara: — 10,000 6ft. palings 30,000 sft. palings 10,000 2ft. 6in. palings 10,000 feet tongued and grooved boards 5,000 feet wide boards 4,000 feet kauri pine Posts and rails, house piles, firewood, Sec, Sec. Fire bricks, hearth' stone, door steps and tomb • stones ■ Also, 50 tons superior Newcastle COALS. All of which -he is .elling at a low figure for Cash. Oct. 27,1859. LIME! LIME!! LIME!!! EJ. JONES of thaUnion Wharf, having now • completed his Lime Kiln at considerable expense, upon an improved plan, and having engaged an experienced party to attend the same; he is enabled to supply the best Stone Lime at the unprecedented low price of 4s. per bushel. The lime has been admitted by competent judges to be the best hitherto obtainable in the place. Supplied in quantities from 1 bushel to 1000. An allowance made to parties taking _00 bushels. Oct. 27,1859. ~~ FOR SALE, A few useful Draught and Saddle Mares, ; staunch and-quiet. . A team of Four Bullocks, and „ variety of Agricultural-mplements. ■ Apply "R. BRUNSDEN, •Weighbridge Office, Market Place, -Christchurch. 'November'^rid, _859. E*BRUNSDEN is prepared to -execute orders • for every description of sawn timber, posts and _ails,;piles, split or-sawn posts. •Weighbridge Office, Market TPlace,. -Christchurch. _Toy. 1,1859. CANTERBURY PARMERS CLUB. A'General Meeting of the above Clnb will _CJL'be held at their New Room, Market House, Christchurch, on Saturday next, at Eleven ■o'clock a.m. R. BRUNSDEN, Hon. Sec. November!, 1859. I Hereby certify that MR. HENRY ■HGRSPORD PRINS has this day submitted to me his Diploma from the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and has thereby proved himself a legally qualified Medical Practitioner, within the terms of the "Medical Practitioner's Ordinance" of New Munster. JOHN HALL, Resident Magistrate. Resident Magistrate's Office. Chris-church/ Oct. '_9,1859. ~ ~ NOTICE. THE business of the York Steam SawMills, Akaroa, hitherto carried on under the firm of Pawson Brothers, has been dissolved :^ and will iin future be carried on under the style ot Jonas and William Pawson. JOHN PAWSON, JONAS PAWSON, WILLIAM PAWSON. Witnesses— S. J. Gamman, Feancis Vanstone. -Oct. 1,1859. NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of the late HENRY ALLWRIGHT, deceased, are requested to pay the amount of thei respective debts to 'me, the undersigned, witlun I Fourteen Days from this date; otherwise legal •proceedings will be commenced against them without any further notice. By order of the Executors, JOHN D. BAMFORD, Solicitor, London Street, Lvttelton. . Oct. 25,1859. KAIAPOI (ISLAND) CHURCH. THE subscribers to the above Church arc requested to meet on TUESDAY, NoveniM' 8, at Mr. Whito's, Kaikanni Hotel, at 7 o'cU* p.m., to take into consideration a coimmniic^ 10" j from the Standing Commission of the Synod, a"a j to arrange future proceedings. CHARLES DUDLEY, Chairman of Committee- ; Kaiapoi, Oct. 29. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, . y 111 IAT any person or persons found lnmt"j« - or shooting pigs between the JN T°rj' ; Peak and Cass's Peak will be prosecuted as the W directs; also, £3 reward will be given to any F ! son that will lay information of some person o i persons that have taken away or shot two ol ») spigs, marked on the ear— ) THOMAS KENNEDY, / Cass's Peak, Near Hoon Hay hKsn-
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5, Lyttelton Times, Volume XII, Issue 730, 5 November 1859
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