; FOR OTAGO. fpHE Inter-Colonial Royal Moil Steamer X AIREDALE, 480 tons,!F. Johns, Commander, will sn.il for Otago about SATURDAY, tho 7th inst. For freight or passage, apply to MILES & CO. Lyttoitou, Jan. 6, 1860. FOR TIMARU. ~~ ■ THE Bngantino CORSAIR will sail for Timaru in tho course of a few clays. For freight or passage, apply to MILES & CO. Lyttelton, Jan. 6,1860. EX ASHBURTON FROM LONDON. rpHE largest, best and cheapest stock of X MANTLES at CASHEL HOUSE. T ADIES' MUSLIN ROBES, ' ~~~ ■*J ...-.•■■ CASHEL HOUSE. T ADIES' SUMMER JACKETS, -" ■ CASHEL HOUSE. T ADIES' SILK ROBES, J-^ CASHEL HOUSE. MUSLIN SETS, a very large stock, CASHEL HOUSE. T ADIES' HATS and BONNETS, •^ CASHEL HOUSE. pRINOLINE SKIRTS, ' ' ~~ V CASHEL HOUSE. T ADIES' STAYS and UNDER CLOTHING, CASHEL HOUSE. ONG MUSLIN CURTAINS, " CASHEL HOUSE. ONG CLOTHS, SWISS CAMBRICS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, RIBBONS, &c, • CASHEL HOUSE. aENTS 1 UNDER CLOTHING of every description, CASHEL HOUSE. W- TERMS CASH. Cashel Street. URNELL & BENNETT have received instructions to dispose of a part of section No. 84, Christchurch South District, having frontage on the River Avon> admirably adapted for Villa residences .— Lot 1. having a frontage on the ; river of 5 chains, and containing about 5^ acres. .' . :■■ : Lot.2. having frontage on the river of 5 chains, and containing 3f acres, together with 2 cottages, now bringing in 10s. per week each. Lot 3. having frontage on the river of 10 chains, and containing 2f acres. Lot 4. having frontage on the river of 5 chains, and containing 6f acres. • ; Lot 5. ' having frontage on the river of 7 chains 85 links, and containing 1| acres. Lot 6. having frontage on the river of 5| chains, and containing 3| acres. ' ; Lot 7. having frontage on the river of 5 chains, and containing 5 acres. -. ■ ..-..■ In all ahout 28 2-4 acres, . : Plans of the property as laid off can he seen at the office of . " • ■ BURNELL & BENNETT, Auctioneers, &c, Christchurch. These lots will shortly be submitted to public competition, if not disposed of by private sale. ; Jan. 7,1860. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. CARL ASMUSSEN, Jeweller and Watchmaker,' has removed to Colombo Street, Cathedral Square, Christchurch. . . . . ; ELECTION FOR CHRISTCHURCH. THE Electors of Christchurch are invited to meet Mr. SEWELL, on FRIDAY, THE 13th INSTANT, in the room adjoining the Town Hall, usually occupied by the Mechanics' Institution, at 7 p.m. ~~ ~~ ; NOTICE. ——— THE CONCERT advertised in the ' Standard' for last Wednesday, at the TOWN HALL, CHRISTCHURCH' will take place on WEDNESDAY NEXT, JANUARY 11,1860, when several VOCALISTS FBOM THE lONDoN CONCEETS will make their first appearance and introduce ■'. New and Popular • SONGS, DUETTS, AND GLEES. For further particulars see programme, to be had ' at the Town Hall, where Tickets also may be procured. Doors open at seven ; t& commence at half-past. Tickets, 3s. and 2s. 6d. SALE THIS DAY. HORSES! HORSES 11 HORSES!!! MR. W. D. BARNARD, has received instructions to sell by Public Auction, at his Sale Yards, opposite the White Hart Hotel, THIS DAY, Several superior Draught Horses and Hackneys, just arrived from Nelson. Sale at 12, sharp. Terras cash. W.-H IPS. TTJST opened, 1 case, containing1— I Waggon whips, gut and bone, 8-| feet and under ' Holly, and gut and bone handled gig whips All whalebone hunting whips,brass hammers ." \ Malacca, rattan, and bamboo handle do. Chain leather, and gut and bone jockey whips Ladies' silver-mounted twigs Green hide stock-whips, and satin crackers Spare whip thongs in great variety. Also, A few Milroy's best hunting saddles at very low prices—cash. H.E. ALPORT. Market-place, Christchurch.
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Lyttelton Times, Volume XIII, Issue 748, 7 January 1860
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