FIRST WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON. THE FINE NEW A 1 CLIPPEB SHIP CHRYSO LI T E , 2,000 Tons Burthen, D. Mclntybe, Commandeb, - T^OW LOADING FOR LONDON. HAVING MOST OF HER CARGO ENGAGED, And a large portion already on board, will be despatched EARLY IN JANUARY, so as to arrive in ample TIME FOR VTHE MAY SALES. Every facility will be given to shippers for WEIGHING AND MARKING WOOL at : LYTTELTON, CHRISTCHURCH, KAIAPOI, SALTWATER, CREEK, TIMARU, AND OAMARU; ... | Arrangements can also be made for the CONVEYANCE OF WOOL from any of the shipping places on the coast. This vessel .has SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION and* is rapidly filling up with FIRST AND SECOND CABIN PASSENGERS, and will CARRY AN EXPERIENCED SURGEON. For freight or passage, apply to MILES & CO., DALGETY, BUCKLEY & CO., Lyttelton and Christchurch; GOULD & MILES, Christchurch.
FOR TIMARU. THE Schooner WELLINGTON, Elmsly, \ Master, will sail for the above port FORTNIGHTLY until jurther notice. For freight or passage, apply to , : MILES & CO., Lyttelton and Christchurch. TEMPERANCE COFFEE HOUSE, LONDON STREET, LYTTELTON. THOMAS LESLIE begs to inform the inhabitants of Lyttelton and' its vicinity that he has opened the above premises as a Coffee House. Dinners every day from 12 till 3 o'clock; refreshments of various kinds may be obtained at any hour. ■ «■ ... Tripe on Wednesdays and Saturdays.^ A variety of preserved fruits, consisting of1 jams ? jellies, &c, always on sale. ~F\ BROOKE & CO. have great # \J • pleasure, in announcing that it is their intention shortly to open a WHOLESALE and RETAIL DRUG ESTABLISHENT in Colombo street, Christchurch, and trust that, by obtaining"supplies from the best English houses direct, and strict personal attention to the requirements of those who may favor them with their support, to merit a share of their favours. J Christchurch, Nov. 26,1861.
N OTIC E - J. JOYCE, WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, (Formerly of Lyttelton,) BEGS to inform tbe inhabitants of Christchuch and others, that he has resumed his trade^ at premises near the river, Gloucester Street, Christchurch; and.hopes by giving general satisfaction, to obtain a share of public support. N.B.—Accordions, Concertinas, &c, repaired. NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES. THE undersigned beg to give notice that in future the freight of all goods in vessels consigned to their care must be paid before orders are issued for delivery. .... After publication of the usual notice to consignees on arrival of a ship, Bills of Lading will be endorsed, when accompanied by a cheque for the amount of freight payable in the colony. COOKSON, BOWLER & CO., MILES & CO., DALGETY, BUCKLEY & CO. Lyttelton, August 23,1861.
AKAROA ANNUAL REGATTA. NEW YEAR'S DAY, 1862. OPEN TO ALL COMERS. GOMMITTEE -.—Messrs. J. Anderson, J. D. Garwood, G. Scarborough, C. J. Waeckerle; B. Shadbolt, and G. Haylock. Honorary Treasurer:—Mr. G. Armstrong. Prizes will be given for sailing and pulling matches, rural sports, &c. Subscriptions received by any member ot the comm ittee,th e Ho D .T S v E »a MM^ , Hon. Sec. 1.0.0.F.M.U. LOYAL CITY OF NORWICH LODGE, No. 4356. ANNUAL FESTIVAL. THE Anniversary of the above Lodge will be relebrated by a Banquet at the Universal Hotel Lyttetn, ofi SATURDAY Next DEC 21. The dinner will be open alike to brethren of the nrdpr and their friends. D nner on the table at half-past five (punctually.) Tickets, Bs. 6d. each, to be had of the undermentioned Stewards:-- _ VOWLES> J.'BEASLEY, Dec. 13,1861. W. B. HOBBS.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Lyttelton Times, Volume XVI, Issue 951, 21 December 1861
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