BUILDING MATERIALS. ON SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED Yellow Baltic deals, 9 x 3 and 11 x 3 = n tIZ to 22 feet eet First quality picked American pine, 14 feet li to 21 x 3 ( Sawn laths, 4 feet to 5 feet Mouldings Roman and Portland cement Plaster of Paris Fire bricks and fire clay York stone paving and hearths Governors bay free stone, piles and ashlar Moorewood's galvanised iron tiles (star brand) t> « a half-round eaves gutters Moorewood's galvanised iron 3 feet water pipe « » » heads, shoes and brackets Morewood's galvanised iron ridge capping & c Sheet lead ' American nails Best Bangor slates, 20 x 10,18 x 10, and 16 xlO F. JENKINS, City Steam Saw Mills, Baltic Timber Yard and Cement Stores, Christchurch August 21, 1863. 3 -- g SHEEP FOR SALE. IT* WES AND WETHERS FOR SALE, in small li flocks to suit purchasers, and deliverable within any easy distance of Christchurch. MILES & CO., 3858 Christchurch. MONEY TO LEND. ' i? 1 AAA TO BE ADVANCED, in various oU IUUU sums, on approved freehold security. Apply to J. C. HELMORE, 3859 Solicitor, Cashel street, Christchurch. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND, CANTERBURY DISTRICT. In the matter of the Debtors' and Creditors' Act, 1862, and in the matter of ANDREW COOPER RIGGS, of east town belt, previously of Chester street east, and formerly of Armagh street, all in Christchurch, in the province of Canterbury, in the colony of New Zealand, carpenter and builder, a debtor not in custody. IN CHAMBERS, this fourteenth day of August, 1863,up0n the application of Mr. Slater, of counsel for the said petitioner, Andrew Cooper Riggs, after reading the said petition purporting to be signed by the said petitioner, suclu debtor as aforesaid, and to be concurred in by John Hart, of Taumut Station, Lake Ellesmere, in the province of Canterbury, a creditor-to the extent of not less than fifty pounds in the whole, and also certain schedules, and also an affidavit to the said petition annexed, and therewith filed on the twelfth day of August, pursuant to the said Act, this Court being satisfied of the truth of the matters contained in the said petition, doth hereby grant an ad interim order of sequestration of the estate and effects of the said Andrew Cooper Riggs; and doth direct that the estate and effects of the said Andrew Cooper Riggs shall be taken and held by Alexander Back, of Christchurch, Esquire, as receiver under the said Act, hereby appointed by the Court, subject to such further order of the Court as may be made under or in pursuance of the provisions o£ this Act: And this Court doth hereby appoint Monday, the sixteenth day of November next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for the hearing of such petition, and the proofs of debts and claims of creditors, at the Court-house, Christchurch, aforesaid: And the Court doth also further order and grant an ad interim order of protection, to protect the person and estate of the said Andrew Cooper Riggs, from arrest, execution, or legal process, until further order of this Court. By the Court, CHRISTOPHER ALDERSON CALVERT, Registrar. Francis Slater, Solicitor to the petitioner. 3855
ALL CURES MADE EASY, BY JJ OLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. BAD LEGS, ULCEROUS SOKES, BAD BREASTS, AN'D OLD WOUNDS. No description of 'wound, sore, or ulcer can resist the healing properties of this excellent Ointment. The worst cases readily assume a healthy appearance whenever this medicament is applied; sound flesh springs up trorn the bottom of the wound, inflammation of the surrounding skin is arrested, and a complete and permanent cure quickly follows the use of the Ointment. PILES, FISTULAS, AND INTERNAL INFLAMMATION. These distressing and weakening diseases mav witn certainty be cured by the sufferers themselves, if they will use Holloway's Ointment, and closely attend to the printed instructions. It should be well rubbed upon e neighbouring parts, when all obnoxious matter tuU t)t removed. A poultice of bread and water may sometimes be applied at bed time with advantage; the most scrupulous cleanliness must be observed. If those who lea this paragraph will bring it under the notice of sue o their acquaintances whom it may concern, they wi render a service that will never be forgotten, as a cure i certain. RHEUMATIBM, GOUT, AND NEURALGIA. Nothing has the power of reducing inflammation ana subduing pain in these complaints in the same degree s Holloway's cooling Ointment and purifying Fills ; » ">■> used simultaneously they drive all inflammation J depravities from the system, subdue and remove ait enlargement of the joints, and leave the smews ana muscles lax and uncontracted. A cure may always effected, even under the worst circumstances, it tue of these medicines be persevered in. ERUPTIONS, SCALD HEAD, BINGWORM, AND OTJIEK SKIN DISEASES. After fomentation with warm water, the utmo> r and speediest cure can be readily obtained in ® plaints affecting the skin ani joints, by the use of the Ointment and Pills. But it must be . bered that nearly all skin diseases indicate the depr' of the blood and derangement of the liver ana > consequently, in many cases, time is require P the blood, which will be effected by a judicious ■ nnroV c<l, Pills. The general health will readily be imp although the eruption maybe driven out mo; ■ than before, and which should be promoted; pel* is necessary. A1 j, SORE THROATS, DIPTHEBIA, QUINSEY, - OTHER DERANGEMENTS OF THE THROAT. On the appearance of any of these maladies, (lflV ment should be well rubbed at least three upon the neck and upper part of the chest, so = rso trate to the glands, as salt is forced into meat: will at once remove inflammatiom and ulcer ■• worst cases will yield to this treatment by to » printed directions. „ TJIi; SCROFULA OR KING'B EVIL, AND SWELLIM* GLANDS. . iv 'qnuriThis class of cases maybe cured by H°'. )lir i. fying Pills and Ointment, as their double acti fying the blood and strengthening the sys com . them more suitable than any other remedv' plir e, plaints of a scrofulous nature. As the bloo , e( j the liver, stomach and bowels, being much derang require purifying medicine to bring about a c Both the Ointment and Pills should be used following cases- ]d Bad legs Cancers sSnipplw Bad breasts Contracted and =orenpp Burns stfjomts g^ e as.es Bunions Elephantiasis S( , urvy Bite of moschetoes Fistula , a( jg and sand flies Gout rs Coco-bay Glandular swell- Tumors Chiego-foot ings Wnnnds Chilblains Lumbago J™"® Chapped hands Piles Corns (soft) Rheumatism n \nY> Sold at the Establishment of Peofessob Hog--244, Strand, (near Temple Bar,) throughrespectable Druggists and Dealers m Mecim out the civilized world, at the following pnees. 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis., 225., and 335. each pot. * m * There is a considerable saving by taking B t.B. Directions for the guidance of patients in disorder are affixed to each pot. —- END OF NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
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