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:-;■:■:•■!-.<■?/ t. merson, ■■■■-■: .-■:-' ■■ . ; LONDON STREET, LYTTELTON, IMPORTER AND GENERAL DEALER, BEGS to direct public attention to a very choice stock of useful and fancy articles, now selling at hitherto unheard of low prices, consisting of— Jewellery, Stationery, Drapery,-Haberdashery, Ladies' and Children's Underclothing, Boots and Shoes of first-class quality, &c.,' &c. P.S.—Just landed per Viscount Sandon :-— 3 Bales of Paper Bags, adapted for the use of Bakers, Confectioners, Grocers, Milliners, &o.; samples of which can be seen or for.'warded, with price, by post, to intending purchasers. FRUIT TREES.!.!!' FRUIT TREES ! ! ! From the Australian Nursery, Camden, N.S.W. 7TVHE undersigned is prepared to receive I orders for fruit trees of every description • .■.-,-■■■ Forest trees, flowering, evergreen, and ornamental trees and shrubs Also,—-Every description of garden and agricultural seeds. JAMES LOW, Agent, Casterton Lodge. N.B.—Price lists forwarded on application; FOR SALE, A- ; Spring Cart arid Harness, English make. Apply to THOMAS LANGDON, Papanui. FIVE POUNDS REWARD WILL be given for information that will lead to the conviction of the Thief or Thieves who STRIPPED the HOUSE on QUAIL ISLAND of CARPETING, GLASS, GRATE, &c. MARK P. STODDART. April2,lß6o. : LOST,— On Sunday, March 25, between the Church and the Club House, a Bagster's edition of the Bible and Prayer Book, bound in Morocco, with the Owner's name on the fly leaf. Whoever will bring the same to GOULD and MILES' Store, will be rewarded. FIVE POUNDS REWARD. EOST, from the Olioka Farm, a Chestnut Gelding, about 16 hands high, white stripe down the. face, branded M on point of shoulder,'shod all round when first missed. The above reward will be paid to any person delivering the horse at White's Hotel, Kaiapoi, or to JOHN BLACKMORE, OhokaFarm. FOR SALE, A Quarter of an Acre of Land in Dampier's Bay. Apply to CHARLES LITTLECOT, | Lyttelton. ■ ■: \ T> ETTJRN for the Month ending March .IX 31,1860, of) Stations on which there are Sheep infected with Scab. Name of Name of Station. No. of Run. Where situate. Manager or • ■•.-.■.-, :.-.-. ! • ■ Owner. Mackie & Beard 117 ..-,.. : Rakaia W. Dunford, ■•■ ■- ",,\. :•■'-. ;< :" late 3. D. '•.'"■'*' . Brittin. I certify the above to be a correct return. P.-B. BOULTON, Inspector of Sheep for Southern District. Christchurch, April 2, 1860. TO JOSEPH BRITTAN, ESQ. SIR,— Understanding- that a second vacancy is likely to occur in the representation of the Christchurch Country District in the House of Representatives, we beg leave to request that you will allow yourself to be put in nomination as a candidate to fill that vacancy. : The character and importance of the questions which are likely to come under discussion in the approaching Session of the General Assembly, render it, in our opinion, essential that this province should be represented there by persons whose ability and experience of public affairs render them well qualified to defend its interest. We trust, therefore, that the reasons which prevented you some time since from complying with a similar request from the^lectors of Lyttelton may no longer operate; and should you accede to this requisition, we pledge ourselves to use our best endeavours to secure your return. We are, sir, Your obedient servants, J. Ollivier E. Goodacre R. Brunsden Thos. I. Joyht R. Rickmah C. G. Hodgson J.P.Wilkinson E. C. Latter W. C. Beswick D. Innes W. K. Purnell T. G. Dyson-Holland Edwd. G. Stericker M. Studholme Thomas' Fisher, M.D. Francis G. P. Leach R. J.S.Harman George A. E. Ross J. Longden John Stace I G. Miles .:■■..-■•■'•. ■. R. SutcliflFe, junr. H. E. Alport Edwd." J.Jones Fred. A. Bishop Wm. Thyne EobertWaitt Wm. MunroA.Hornbrook Thos. B. Bain Fredk. Banks George Tuckson Charles Rbbt. Blakiston -William Hill Dawe A. R. Creyke Geo.W. Hall C. W.Wyatt A. F. N. Blakiston Wm. Thomson ' Geo. C. Black R.Sutcliffe R. H.Rhodes R.Thomson Alexander Lean W. Attwood W. D. Wood Thos. Wm. Maude ' R. Latter R. Wylde-Browne Chas. J. Bridge G. D.Lqckhart John Murray Rowland Davis F.. Lewis Bees W.D.Barnard C. Hawert Charles Newton N. E. Griffin James Willis Benjamin Clegg j; Beswick John Rowley D. Maofarlane Richard Waterlow J. C. Caverhill William Meddings Thomas Cass Frank Guinness Alexander Mcßratney William Hutchinson Thomas Tombs H. I. Cridland Thomas S. Duncan George Mallinson G.B; Woodman Thomas K.Adams J.Marshall Edwin A. Lock Wm.Corbett Thomas Abbott W.Wilson Melville Dickson J. H. LeCren William Werry Robert Wilkin Alexander Webb Jas. E; Stewart John Thos. Brown Richard Westenra John, Anderson John C. Aikman , i -R N. Minchin John McFarlane Strickland S. Field I. Thos. Cookson D. Michie Brown C. W. Bishop ' Wm. Morgan H. D. Gardiner Richard Wormald E. C. Minchin A. Bayfeild T. B. Goldney 0. B. Fboks D. Hankinson E. F. B. Harston Joseph Fantham Thomaa Hichens.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Lyttelton Times, Volume XIII, Issue 773, 4 April 1860

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