New Advertisements. TO-MORROW. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. MWu E - Alp ont BY AUCTION, At; his Rooms, Market place, Christchu-cb •n Wednesday, September 13, as follows', DOeS lengths l,,e Serge ' and twcela » in 12 ladies' spring and summer mantles 12 pairs white blankets 12 pairs grain knee boots 30 pairs boys' nailed lace boots 55 dozen Glengary caps Half-ton Sydney soap Half-ton London soap 1 ton cotton flocks 10 dozen plasterers' and plumbers' brushes 5 gallons best oak varnish And other good 9 Sale at Twelve o'clock. Terms at sale. 7030 RANGI 0 R A . FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY A FIFTY-ACRE farm. Messrs. buss & iiepworth Lave received instructions from Mr. John Kuddenklau to Sell by Private Treaty, his snug little FARM of 50 Acres of rich loamy soil, situate in the centre of Rangiora. The Farm is securely fenced, and 20 acres are under crop. This valuable property can be sold either with or without the crop. Price per acre very low, and Terms—Unusually Easy. For full particulars]apply to BUSS & HEPWORTH, Rangiora ; Or to MR. GEORGE RUDDENKLAU, City Hotel, Christchurch. AUCTION SALE. By Order of the Trustees in Noah Edgar's Estate. ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 21. MESSRS. LUCK & CLARK are favoured with instructions from the Trustees in Noah Edgar's Estate to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, On the above date, at the Auction Rooms, Colombo and Gloucester streets, Chris tcb-rch, the following valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, Being Town Reserve, Lot 54, in Cashel street, Christchurch, consisting of:— One quarter of an acre of land, fenced in, with fruit and flower garden, good well of water, and a capital five-roomed house. One quar er-acre of land, fenced in, with garden, and a well-built four-roomed cottage. And One half-acres of land, having 66 feet frontage ou Cashel street; fenced in complete.
' These very valuable freeholds will be sold at One o'Clock precisely. II No. S3 For plan and full particulars apply to LUCK & CLARK, 7062 Auctioneers. AUSTRALIAN HOUSE, 'LONDON STREET, ; LYTTELTON. • TO TOBACCONISTS AND GENERAL DEALERS. SALE BY AUCTION, OF TOBACCO, CIGARS, CONCERTINAS, &c., &c., &c. Messrs. preece, wright & co. have received instructions from Mr. George Buist (in consequence of his relinquishing the tobacconist business), to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, ON THURSDAY NEXT, SEPT. 14, The whole of his S T 0 C K-I N-T R A D E, Comprising— Negro-head and Cavendish tobacco, cigars, ' wax vestas, fusees, pipes, concertinas, work-boxes, knife trays, baskets, purses, glass case, scales and weights, lamps, &c.; one superior large patent tobacco-cutting machine, in perfect working order. Also, About two tons of potatoes, in lots to suit purchasers. Sale at one o'clock. Terms—Cash. 7072 ' AMUSEMENTS. AND AYERS'S Grand and Beautiful PAN-TECNA-THECA
AMERICAN & EUROPEAN SCENERY, And the Great VOYAGE ACROSS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN, Will open at Christchurch shortly after the arrival of the next steamer from Dunedin— as exhibited in London for 280 consecutive nights, and 201 nights at the Academy of Music, Broadway, Nefr York. For full particulars see future advertisements. C. H. AYERS, 7073 Manager. TENDERS. THE Kowai Road Board invite tenders for two small contracts. Forming and metalling 13 chains of the Great North Road, beyond Brown's Bridge Accommodation House. Forming a roadway over a gully on the Terrace road. Specifications can be seen at Messrs. Cameron's Hotel, Saltwater Creek. Tenders, addressed to the Chairman of the Kowai Road Board, must be sent in before 12 o'clock, on Saturday, 16th September. GEORGE CHAMIER, 7004 Road Surveyor. END OF NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Lyttelton Times, Volume XXIV, Issue 1482, 12 September 1865
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