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SATURDAY, FEB. 2, 1861. POSITIVE UNRESERVED SALE OF HARNESS & SADDLE HORSES, DRAYS, THRASHING MACHINE, PASSENGER VAN, HARNESS, Ac., &o. MR. W. D. BARNARD will Sell by Public Auction, at his Sale Yards, opposite the White Hart Hotel, THIS DAY, Six valuable Mares and Geldings, broken to . saddle and harness 1 Thrashing Machine 1 Winnowing Machine 1 Farm Cart 1 Passenger Van 2 Sets superior Harness And a quantity of General MERCHANDISE (on account of whom it may concern) No Reserve. Sale at Twelve (sharp). Terms at sale. EXTENSIVE SALE OF AMERICAN NOTIONS. Ex Mary Merrill, from Boston, United States. By order of the Importers, Messrs. Taylor & Co. MR. E. A. HARGREAVES HAS received instructions from Messrs. Taylor and Co., the Importers, to offer by Publio Auction, at their New Stores on Norwich Quay, On WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1861, The cargo of the Mary Merrill, just landed from Boston direct, consisting of Wood seated chairs Cane ditto Imitation rosewood chairs Ditto maple ditto Wood seat arm bent and swivel ditto Cane ditto ditto oak ditto Rocking chairs, cane and wood seat Nurse ditto ditto Marble top fancy tables Ditto oval teapoys Extension tables, 12 and 8 feet Bureaus, mahogany and walnut Sofas ditto ditto Office desks, 2 and 3 drawers 1 set bedroom furniture, complete, chesnut Towel and wash stands Bedsteads in variety Looking glasses Buckets and piggins Yokes and bows Axe and sledge handles Churns Ladders Oars Doors Matches Milk pans Spades and shovels Wheel jacks Window shades . • Axes ■ Ditto, handled Machine augers Apple parers Nails Brooms Boring machines Baskets Clocks, in variety Stoves Tobacco, Cavendish Grindstones, mounted and assorted Horse shoe nails Linseed oil Oakum -.■*■. '-. Paints" ■ Rosin Soap, common and scented Turpentine Varnish Pearl barley, in kegs Boots and shoes Trunks in nests Saddlery |Jlocks Clothing " Palm leaf fans Hats—straw, Panama, and felt Water proof clothing •f •. Prints- '■•■: Blankets Satinettes Currants Champagne cyder Dried apples Jams ana jellies And various other articles too numerous to particularize. Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock, Terms at Sale. Lyttelton, February 1,1861. A GENTLEMAN who has had considerable experience in Colonial Sheepfarming, is desirous. of obtaining a Situation as Manager of a Station. Application to be made to ROBERT HIGGINS, ESQ. River Cust, January 30,1861. J. G. RUDDENKLAU, BAKER, PASTRY-COOK & CONFECTIONER, High Street, Christchurch, IN thanking his friends and the public of Christchurch and Canterbury- generally for the kind and liberal support which he has received since he. commenced business, takes leave respectfully to intimate that he has greatly enlarged his premises, and will shortly be able to afford every convenience to parties partaking of refreshment/-?' J. G. R. hopes by strict attention to business, combined with moderate charges, to continue to receive that patronage which has hitherto been so liberally accorded him. The following are now on sale :— First class cordials, comprising concentrated lemonade, ginger cordial, raspberry vinegar, &c, all lately arrived per Harwood. All sorts of preserved fish, sauces, <fee. " All sorts of jams, English and self-manufactured. All 6orts of jellies, do., do. Jordan and shell almonds _ Nuts, prunes, muscatelraisins All descriptions of biscuits and suear goods Huntley and Palmer's biscuits sold in tins. Hot rolls on the mornings of Mondays, Wednesdays . and Fridays, as usual. Best wheaten bread, warranted weight.. ::■•;-/■;■ .-"■ TO LET. .V-N--^-TWO Front Rooms, unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. Craddock. St. Asaph St., near the Windmill.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Lyttelton Times, Volume XV, Issue 859, 2 February 1861

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Lyttelton Times, Volume XV, Issue 859, 2 February 1861