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Lyttelton Times, Volume VII, Issue 447, 14 February 1857, Page 8
CHRIST'S COLLEGE, CANTERBURY. THE following Scholarships,in connexion with Christ's College, are at -present vacant. 1. The Dudley Divinity Scholarship, present value about £10 per annum, open" to all members of the' United Church of England and Ireland,'between the ages of 18 and 25 inclusive, declaring themselves desirous, of ' studying ' Divinity. > The value of this Scholarship is likely soon to, increase. .... 2. The Rowley Scholarship, present value about £12 per annum, open to 'all members of the United Church of England, and- Ireland, between the ages of 15 and 20 inclusive. 3. The Buller and Reay 'Scholarship, present value about £15 per annum, open to .the same as the preceding. If three competent Candidates should, 'not present themselves, any two of. the , above ■ Scholarships may be ■ held together, subject to the rules respecting age- Each Scholarship is tenable for three years, subject to the power of the Warden and Fellows to remove a Scholar at any time, incase of misconduct. ■ Candidates are to apply personally," or by letter, before the 25th March next, to the Rev. • H. Jacobs, 1V1.A., Sub-Warden of Christ's College, Christchurch, and, if not resident in the Province, they are required to send'eertifi- - cates of their being members of the United Church of England and Ireland, and, if possible, • Certificates of Baptism, together with Testimonials ofCharacter. They must also declarethemselves ready to conform to the rules of the College,' and to attend such course of instructions -as shall be required of them during the College terms. The minimum of-previous proficiency required will be some knowledge of Latin, of Arithmetic, of Ancient' and' Modern History, Scripture History, and Geography. ■ All further particulars may be learnt on application as above. By order of the Governing Body of the College' HENRY JACOBS, Sub-Warden. Christehurch, Feb. 12th, 1857. WANTED, A Female Cook, and .a Housemaid, at a month from this date. Apply to OCT. MATHIAS. ■ Eiccarton, Feb. 9th, 1857. , TOBACCO. 4 TONS SHEEP WASH TOBACCO. W. WILSON. CHRISTCHURCH COMMERCIAL HALL. • A Special Meeting of the Shareholders . will be held "at the White Hart Hotel, on Monday evening, the 23rd instant, at 7 o'clock, to consider and adopt the deed of Trust W. - WILSON, ■) Hon. T. HICHENS, ) Sees. CHURCH CHORAL SERVICE. PERSONS willing to join in the Choral - Part of the Church Service, are requested to communicate with the Incumbent and ..Chureh-wardens. Days will be appointed for exercise and, where necessary, the ■conductor will be ■willing to -give'instructors. . Lyttelton, Feb. 11th, 1857- DESERTED FKOM THE FKENCH WHALING- SHIP '. " CAULAINCOURT/' (Of Havre,) i^APTAIN LABASTE, i« Akaroa. _J ■ Frangois Bougeant, a native -of France, 20 yrs. old, ■cliesnut coloured hair, brown eyes, low forehead, hg nose, ordinary sized mouth, round chin, oval face. £"3 will be given to any one giving such information as. will result in this, man's appre, hension. This man gives out that he has left ilia " Napoleon III." Akaroa, Feb.. 10th, 1857.