Zjuok & Olark. NEAR THE FERRY ROAD. ACRES of LAND, part of Rural Section No 20, with a frontage on the River Heathcote. Price—Only £40 per acre. Ternis-—One-third in cash, and balance in six and twelve months. No. 57 Apply to 5508 LUCK & CLARK. Amusements. LITERARY SOCIETY. CONVERSAZIONE Will be held in THE TOWN HALL, ON THURSDAY, JUNE 29, AT 7 o'clock r.M., Under the Auspices of HIS HONOR THE SUPERINTENDENT, Who will preside. The Ven. Archdeacon Jacobs, Rev, C. Fraser, M.A. ;W. J. Habens, 8.A.; Rev. Henry Torlesse, Mr. Justice Gresson, Hon, John Hall, M.L.A.; James Edward FitzGerald, Esq., M.H.R.; Crosbie Ward, Esq., M.H.R.; J. Ollivier, Esq., M.P.C.; C. J. Foster, Esq., L L.D., and others, are expected to take part in the proceedings. Several vocalists have promised their aid, and instrumental music will be performed at intervals during the evening. A number of Government Designs, Drawings, &c., just received from the Exhibition. Oil Paintings, Water-colour Drawings, Engravings, Photography, Portraits of the Bishops, copies of the Paintings of celebrated Artists, Stereoscopic Views. Geological, Entomological, Ornithological, and Botanical Specimens. Refreshments in the Old Town Hall. Tickets, 2s 6d each—May be had of the following Messrs. Bethel Ware, Bennington, Hughes, A. J. Stevens, J. G. Baker, Bowie and Grimes, or from any Member of the Committee. J. S. GUTHRIE, 5605 c Hon. Sec. Fartneralxlp 3STotioe».
WE, the undersigned, William Kentish M'Lean, Frederick Wm. Thiel, and Henry Whitehead Mytton, trading in Christchurch as Merchants, Commission Agents, &c., &c., under the style or firm of M'Lean, Thiel, and Mytton, have this day dissolved partnership by mutual consent, as far as regards the above-mentioned William Kentish M'Lean. The business will in future be carried on by FREDERICK WILLIAM THIEL and HENRY WHITEHEAD MYTTON, under the style of THIEL, MYTTON, AND CO., who will pay and receive all debts due by or owing to the late firm. W. K. M'LEAN, FRED. W. THIEL, HENRY W. MYTTON. Witnesses, FRED. AUGUS THIEL, RICHARD THOMAS STANLEY. 5592 Christchurch, 28th Feb., 1865. Properties fox* Sale. F 0 R S A L E, ALL that valuable ESTATE, comprising the eastern portion of the rising and well-known township of Leithfield, containing 60 odd acres of town land, together with the hotel and stables, garden, orchard, &c. ; also, the windmill, new brick granary, and miller's cottage, &c. For particulars, apply to MR. JOHN LEITH, 5497 Leithfield. TO BE SOLD, BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. AVER'S DESIRABLE BLOCK OF LAND, No. 156, containing 3a. 3r. and 30p., fronting on the South Town Belt, and in close proximity to the Railway station, Wesleyan and Roman Catholic reserves. This valuable piece ©f land for building sites may be bought privately up to the 12th July, when, if not disposed of, will be sold by public auction, subject to a claim of the Loan and Investment Society For further particulars apply to GEORGE D. LOCKHART, 5595 c Corner of Hereford and Colombo streets. FOR SALE, On easy terms, with immediate possession, Twenty miles from Christchurch, OAA ACRES OF LAND, about half of which is under cultivation, about 15 acres in English grasses, a good House, Outhouses, &c., with a good garden, and all the paddocks well watered. 5599 APPlyt ° A. J. Press Office. SUBURB OF HURSLEY.
MESSRS. HARMAN & STEVENS are now prepared to sell BUILDING ALLOTMENTS in close proximity to the Railway Station. Price per allotment £50 and upwards, on deferred payment, with interest on the purchase money at ten per cent, per annum. Feb. 1, 1864. FOR SALE, ONE OF THE FINEST RUNS in the M'Kenzie Country, in full working order, containing 30,000 acres, and well bounded. Can be purchased with or without sheep. Apply to h j LeCEEN & Co<l 3514 c ' TimarUSMALL FREEHOLDS FOR SALE. (Tin ALLOTMENTS LAND, part Town Reserves /t/. No 159, at the corner of Madras street and Town Belt North. Price £25 and upwards. Terms NO. 25 easy. Plans and particulars on application to S. B. STIFFE, 53430 Hereford street. FOR SALE—a valuable Freehold property, situated on the Springs road, consisting of 50 ACRES of good LAND, all laid down m English grass, fenced and subdivided into three paddocks, together with a Seven-Roomed Weather-board House, Garden, Stable, Shed, Stockyard, and a good Well of Water, all at present in }he occupation of Mr. b. D. Glyde, who will show the property. 90 acres on Shand's road (about sixty of which are laid down), enclosed with a substantial ring fence, planted with gorse; together with a six roomed corrugated Iron House, brick-lined and p astered, Garden, Stockyard, Pigsties, Chaff-house, Stable for four-horses, a good Well of Water with a force pump attahced. Also, a 20-acre section adjoining, unfenced and uncultivated, opposite Mr, Early's store. Also, two quarter-acre sections, near Christchurch, being subdivisions Nob. 31 and 33 of section 235, immediate possession of which can be given. Terms —One-third cash, one-third in twelve months, and one-third in two years, subject to 10 per cent, interest. For-further particulars apply to A. HODGSON, Shand's road. 5198
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Lyttelton Times, Volume XXIII, Issue 1417, 24 June 1865
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