CHRISTCHUKOH. SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION IN THE TOWN HALL. ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, •The 18th and 19th December. MESSRS. F. NOBLE CAMPBELL & CO. have received instructions from the Importers :o Sell by Public Auction, in the Town Hall, Dhristchurch, ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, The 18th and 19th December, 1861, A large and varied assortment of PROOF ENGRAVINGS, WORK BOXES, AND FANCY GOODS. Catalogues of which will be published in a few lays. The following are the subjects of a few of the Engravings, all of which are framed and glazed:— Nelson receiving the swords on board the San Josef, Weighing the Deer, Meeting of Wellington and Blucher, Trial of the Earl of Stafford, Trial of King Charles Ist, The Slave Market, More frightened than hurt, The fall of Ninevah (after Martin), Citation of Wyekliffe, Napoleon at the Battle of the Pyramids, The Inquisition, The Queen and Prince Albert, The Battle of Waterloo, The Fall of Babylon and Belshazzars Feast, The Heart's misgiving, Weighing at the age of 82. The eve of the Deluge, &c., &c. Also, many sets of Colored Sporting Engravings, and Colored and Plain Marine Engravings. Very beautiful Oil Paintings. Also, Plated liqueur frames and bottles Do. pickle do. Do. cruet stands Do. cake baskets, do. candlesticks Do. tea and coffee services Do. toddy kettles Wire lamps Work bores and desks Iron chests Wire meat covers Eight-day clocks Riding whips Cutlery Table lamps Silver mounted merscham pipes Toys, &c, &0. POSTPONEMENT OF SALE, UNIVERSAL HOTEL. MESSRS. AIKMAN and WILSON beg to intimate that the Sale of the Universal Hotel, Lytteltou, advertized to take place on Tuesday, Decembeb 3, is unavoidably postponed xtntil MONDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 9, On which day the whole of the Furniture and Furnishings of the above Hotel will be offered for Sale along with the House. A Catalogue will be prepared, and every information obtained at the Office of the Auctioneers, in Christchurch. 200 ACRES AGRICULTURAL LAND. WITHIN A MILE AND A HALF OP CHBISTCHUBCH. MESSRS. AIKMAN and WILSON have for sale upwards of Two Hundred Acres of splendid Agricultural Land, situated within one mile and a half of Christchurch. To be sold in blocks of ten acres and upwards to suit purchasers. TEEMS OF PAYMENT EASY. FOR SALE, f PHE lease of 300 acres of rural land, situated -I- about l|f miles from Rangiora, and fronting upon two main roads, at the back of Rangiora bush. This property comprises those two valuable rural sections Nos. 1645 and 1438, and is bounded on one side by the stream called Southbrook. The land is all fenced and drained, and a large portion laid down with English grass. Two acres are covered with capital timber, and there is plenty of firewood on the property. Southbrook, which runs into the river Cam, and thence to the Waimakariri, is navigable to within If miles of the property. There is a capital house on the ground, as well as stockyard and piggeries. The lease is held for the term of 21 years, at the following rentals: — For the first 3 years, £100 per annum „ next 4 „ 150 „ „ „ 7 „ 225 „ „7 „ 300 „ m with a right of purchase at the expiration of 10 years at any time during, the remainder of the whole term of the lease, by arbitration, at the then value of unimproved lands. Apply to MR. OLLIVIER, Cashel and High Streets. FOR SALE. -| /-\/"\/^vEWES from 2to 6 tooth, deliverable WJ\J\J on the Hinds after shearing. Terms —Advantageous. Apply to Mb. OLLIVIER. Cashel and High Streets. FOR SALE, O WORKING BULLOCKS, broken to collar or & to bows or yokes. Also, harness and dray for the above. To be sold a bargain. Apply to MR. THOMSON, Christchurch. ,j MESSRS. LUCK AND CLARK, AUCTIONEERS, LAND, ESTATE, HOUSE, STOCK, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, ACCOUNTANTS AND VALUERS. MR. ISAAC LUOK begs to state that he has entered into a partnership with Mr. CHARLES CLARK, of the Lincoln road, for the purpose of establishing a business as Auctioneers and General Agents, and under the title of Messrs. LUCK & CLARK, they offer their services to the public. MESSRS. LUCK & CLARK intend to give strict attention to the interests of all clients who may entrust property to their care for disposal, and on all occasions to make a prompt settlement of account sales, rents, &c, &c. TEMPORARY OFFICE: Stone Building, Glouccester street, Christchurch. Office hours; From 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. Christchurch, Nov. 27, 1861. MESSRS. MOUNTFORT AND LUCK, ARCHITECTS and SURVEYORS, Stone Buildings, Gloucester street, Christchurch. Office hours: From 10 a.m. to 4 pm. DRAYS, WHEELBARROWS, HARNESS, Ac. JUST arrived ex Louis & Miriam and late arrivals :— Sydney horse drays (Bayliss 1 make) Do. bullock wool drays Wheelbarrows Spare bullock and horse collars Bullock and horse shaft harness. H. £. ALPORT.
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Lyttelton Times, Volume XVI, Issue 945, 30 November 1861
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