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WOOL AND COLONIAL PRODUCE. THE' undersigned tub buyers of wool, tallow, sheepskins, and other produce, or will make liberal advances on tho same, consigned to their 'friends, MESSRS. DALGETY & CO., London and Melbourne. DALGETY, RATTRAY & CO., Dunodin and Oamaru; DALGETY, BUCKLEY & CO., Lyttelton and Christchurch. FQR SALE, Ex.Dunedin and Margaret Thomson. OONGOU, superior, in chests, halves and boxes Gunpowder and Young Hyson in boxes Victoria Company's sugar, No. 1 & 2 pieces Manila rope 1 Cigars Steel's Crown soap Kent hops ' Preserved lobsters and oysters Sinclair's hams Muscatel raisins i Plantation coffee, raw and ground Glass sheet and plate assoited sizes Galvanized, corrugated iron, light guago Slops and drapeiy. DALGETY, BUCKLEY & CO., Lyttelton and Christchurch. FOR SALE, Ex ISABELLA HAMILTON and' CHAPMAN. OILMEN'S STORES, large assortment Grocers', and other papers Perfumery, fancy soaps, &c. Vinegar, in octaves' New Kent hops Refined Sankey and Cossipore sugar Soap, Steel and Beach's Liquid and paste blacking .Belmont sperm and mould candles Chicory, chocolate Robinson's groats Fancy biscuits Spices assoited Arrowroot Maccaroni and Vermicelli Sago and tapioca Liquorice Oatmeal, pearl barley ,:/ Split peas Sardines, salmon 1 Syrups ,•;./'" Raspberry vinegar ; Boots and shoes ■'//?/.■■ Ewbanks' nails -.••••'/"'■■ Ale and stout-, in hogsheads and barrels i Ale and stout, iubottle, quarts .arid pints \ Rum, in barrels and hogsheads ■ / Brandy, iv q.iiarter-casks and.cases' i Whiskey, " , ■'-.",■; .-/,>' / Geneva, in 2 and 4-gallpn cases// Old Tom, in quarter-casks,' and cases Sherry and. port, imquarter^casks,,,octaves, \ and- cases '//// / / Tobacco, ".Emu" and "Thistle" brands. I DALGETY BUCKLEY* CO., | Lyttelton and Christchurch. ! ■■'• /.i'--.-.-.-.■•./•/,;•' Provincial Secretarv'sOffice'i I ,>.;.=■■'.' : ::/;;--■ /Nov. 16th; 1860. / THE Provincial Government are prepared , i;:to -receive' Tenders for the supply' of .Fuel for the use of/the'-respective departments at . Christchurch arid-Lyt/telton/during the ensuing year. : Tenders must /be/made for' suppling—- ,; {■ 1. CoAL-^Best '■/''English''''Coal 'at":per ; ton, i .../^delivered. ..:.,; i/ /■•;'■; -v-// ■.', ... .y- •/ "' ..Parties tendering ban also state at whafpricethey .will-undertake -to supply coal .of other quality/// ".:, 2,/Fieewood—Good Black: Pine or Mauuka,at ( per cord delivered and stacked. //...... Further information can be obtained upon application to the Pfoyinrial Secretary's. Office; at any /time during the/office hours.../.../,....../"." .'."./.._.- ..._ * Tenders sealed arid endorsed must,be sent in .to jthe Provincial Secretary's Office, riot later than Monday, the 31st day of December next. C/R. BLAKISTON, Provincial Secretary. A HOME FROM HOME! THE STAR 'TEMPERANCE EATING & COFFEE HOUSE, TUAM STREET, FERRY ROAD. HUGH BENNETTS has much pleasure in announcing to the public generally that he has opened the first Temperance Eating, Coffee, and Lodging House in the City of Chiistjchurch; and, as he intends to keep good articles at moderate prices, and pay strict attention to comfort and good oider, he hopes to obtain that amount -of pationage which his establishment merits. Plate of beef or mutton with vegetables or bread Is.; beef steak or mutton chop Is. 2d.; cup of tea or coffee 3d.; good well-aired beds Is. 6d.; al[ other things equally reasonable. •' TO BE SOLD TWO ACRES OF TOWN RESERVE, I near the New Church,, on the North side of the River Avon, fenced in and drained. For particulars, apply to Mr. HARMAN, Herefoid Street, Christchurch. HOUSE AND LAND 'FOR SALE AT PAPANUI. SEVEN AND A HALE ACRES, beingpart of section No. 5, with 2 chains fiontago on the North load, 10 'chains on an Accommodation road, and 5| chains on a Private road, all fenced and under cultivation; together 'with a Substantial/ weatherboard house, 22 feet by 12,-, quite /r/j,- : V, / ,•■ I : Freehold'"Property, /, ; .-'. //.;. Apply, to/," -„;•. '-.SAMUEL',COX,"-.. , ;; ! N0v.22, 1860. . /.FendalUTown. ! , :; v ;'; 'i--p;\HbssACK,'''''''.:! •"■'■■•■■-•'■'■" :,i ■ TEA p/EALER; AND ' FAMILY GROCER, HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH, IN returning' thanks to the public generally for the liberal: share of support accorded him since commencing ;in>the;,aboye;line,.begs most respectfully,to,inform/his friends, and;the,'public gener,ally't.hat/he inteiKls/RUNNiNG A'CART.. with/all; kinds 'GROCERIES,/as, /under:- 1-, './ [ Papariui and Harewpod roads-^eyery Monday. I Riccarton,' Lincoln,; ahd;Mill roads—cv.cry Tiiess /'."./ //,,day;/';":/,/;.;.;,,'/;/;.:'/,/'.'/ '/'///:'"// /,..//, ' Ferry road,"arid all parts of Christchurch—every !-■...■■ Thursday and Friday. // •'/;/. ; Parties favouring.him -may'depend thatyit/shall bp his. constant study to supply none but first-class goods, at the lowest possible prices.. : ! • :TO • DITCHERS AND EXCAVATORS.* ] rpENDERS are invited for the cutting- of a /X/Mili liace at/lticcarton, hear.! Hagley Piirk. /Further, 'information/ may be /obtained by applying to me/at. the Windmiil, where .Plans and Specifications of the work ; iriay /be seeii. / Tenders to bp spntdn, /on or. before tlio.*6tli Decombor next. : /The/ lowcfjt or;" any/ pt.hor.'/..tender will /'not! necessarily-be accepted.'" - • -■■ . ; .'. ■; -:'..:,:'»W,'D. WOOD. - y Winclriiili, Christchurch, Nov. 27.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Lyttelton Times, Volume XIV, Issue 846, 19 December 1860

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