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Lyttelton Times, Rōrahi XI, Putanga 672, 16 Paengawhāwhā 1859, Page 1
STRAYED. FIVE POUNDS REWARD. THE above reward will be paid to any one bringing; a BAY CART COLT'three years old, shod all round, to the HORSE REPOSITORY, Christchuvch. TO CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. TXTANTED, Six Good Hands. From 12s. to 14s; » per day will be given for good bench hands. Con&tant employment guaranteed in all weather. T. TOMBS. Chrjstchurch, April 11,1859. TO STOREMEN. ' TT7"ANTED immediately at the Bee Hive * » Store, Kaiapoi, an Assistant. One that understands the business and would make himself generally useful preferred. WANTED, for an Hotel, a man and his wife, the man as cook and the wife as housemaid. Apply to Mr. Cuff, Kaiapoi. - - WANTED, A MARRIED COUPLE, as domestic servants, to go to Timaru. Apply to MR. LeCREN, Dammer's Bay. WANTED, A RESPECTABLE V OUTH or YOUNG -Ol MAN, as CASHIER. Apply to E GOODACRE & CO., Liverpool and Manchester House, . . Christ-church. GOVERNESS WANTED, TO instruct two little girls residing on the Papanur Road, near Christclmrch. For further particulars apply to P. J., care of Mr. Dann, Christchurch. ■;■■' ; ' ; ■■■■ WANTED, WAITER, one that will make himself gene-£* rally useful. Apply to J. CATON, : Canterbury Hotel. '-: '•:■'■'' WANTED, ;■ ■' ;;:/'/ : ; j A MISTRESS, a Member of the Church of -CV- England, for. a mixed School of boys and girls, to be held temporarily in the Heathcote Valley Parsonage. - For particulars, apply to the REV. GEO. COTTERILL, or to the REV: W. W, WILLOCK. Christchurch, March 14, 1859. J. JOYCE, WATCH AND, CLOCK MAKER, ■ BEGS to acquaint the inhabitants of Canterbury that he has returned to Lyttelton, and recommenced work. N.B. —Repairs executed with despatch. ,„ Charges moderate. W. GOSNELL, v Corner of London and Canterbury Streets, LYTTELTON, BEGS to announce that he can accom? modate one 'or two gentlemen with BOARD AND LODGTNGS. VALUABLE BLOOD STOCK FOR SALE. 9 TWO-YEAR-OLDS, all well bred, selected at Nelson by one of the best judges in Canterbury, sires the imported thorough-bred horses, St. Austin and Vaccination. Apply to Mr. GUINNESS. ■ rp.O LET, with .immediate possession,—^. X BRUCE'S HOTEL, Akaroa, now doing a good business. Terms Liberal.—lnquire of A. J. ALPORT Esq., Lyttelton, or on the Premises. Feb. 1859. FOR SALE,. . - A Plot of LAND with a Cottage thereon, containing 3 rooms, having a frontage of about f a chain upon Ticehurst-road, Lyttelton. Apply to Me. J. D. BAMFORD, •, Solicitor, Lyttelton. CANTERBURY STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. "VpOTICE is hereby given, that all freights JLi by the steamer PLAN ET must ba paid previous to the removal of the Goods from the Wharves (except the property of parties having open accounts at the offices), the agents having authority to detain the same until paid. ' By order of the Directors, J., MARTIN HEY WOOD, "Manager. PLUMBER, PAINTER, AND GLAZIER, &c. HALL WRIGHT is prepared • to execute work in the above line in all its branches upon the most reasonable terms. WORK DONE IJX ANY STTLE TO SUIT EMPLOYKU?. Pumps, Water-closets, &c. fixed and repaired. Estimates given if required. Feb 7 1859.; NOTICE. • l HALLWRIGHT desires .to return • thanks to the inhabitants of Lyttelton for the nniny favours bestowed upon his lato Father for the last eight years, and be^s respectfully to inform them that the business will in future bo carried on by him; and hopes by nt.iict attention to business, combined viih tr.ndorute charges, to merit a continuance of their support.. Fob. 7,1859. RANGIORA CHURCH. rjIENDERS for building the new" Church JL at Rangiora are invited, and must bo sent in before the FIRST DAY of MAY NEXT. The plans and specifications can be seen on application to CAPT.J. R.'BRANDON. . Secretary Church Committee. Uaujjjiura;.