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Lyttelton Times, Volume XIV, Issue 844, 12 December 1860, Page 1
"CIOUNB,—In Chi-istchurch, a RIDING J- WHIP, silver mounted, with initials engraved. The owner can have it by -giving ■ a r proper description and paying expenses, on; appli■ cation to "7 T. FIELD,. Union Printing Office, Christchurch. WANTED,— A Female General Servant, one who can wash and iron wellnone but an efficient person need apply ' MRS. PEACOCK, Bridle Path, Lyttelton. T^OUND,— On Mr. Kesteven's Run, North Bank ' ■*- Waimakariri, a strawberry coloured- COW • and a white CALF; brand indistinct. If not owned and removed within a month from this date, will be |sold. Nov. 16,1860. CI TRA YED from the run of Cap.. Westenra, ►C with a leather tether collar on his neck. , a BROWN HORSE, branded on;neck P. 0., one hind fetlock white, and blemish on>left eye. Whoever will bring the said horse to Cashmere ; will be rewarded. : fTTANTED,—At Marin's Al, Christchurch, an ' T Experienced Cook, (female preferred.) :Ty ANTED,—By a. Married Couple, a Situation » * as General Servants, or the man as porter or warehouseman. Address to A. 8., care of Messrs. Dann & Bishop, Christchurch. WANTED immediately, a thoroughly experienced MILLINER, who would be required to assist in a Millinery establishment. Unexceptionable references required. None but a competent person need apply to. MRS. COE, .., Albion House. Gloucester Street, Christchurch, Dec. 5. WANTED to purchase.—2o,ooo Acres of good Sheep Country in the Canterbury Province, with 1000 well bred Ewes, guaranteed clean, which have been running on the : Station for some time previously. Apply to MR. OLLIVIER, '■„, Cashel and High Streets. October 31st, 1860. /:; ■-'■;'■ SHEEP ON TERMS. WANTED— 2000 Ewes on terms for a good run on the Waimakariri. Lots of 500 ewes would be taken. Terms:—4s per cent increase guaranteed, and a yearly payment of 3s. per head for adult sheep, and Is. 6d. for lambs in lieu of wool. ; •An arrangement can be made by which the sheen will be purchased at end of the period j for : which they would be held on terms. Apply to MR. OLLIVIER, Cashel and High Streets. GOOD GRASS PA_>DOCKS NEAR KAIAPOI BUSH. rp H. HARRISON begs to inform the public -*- • that he takes cattle to graze in his paddocks at ss. a head per week, or Is. a head per day. iIT Every care will be taken of stock, but without responsibility. A N N I V E R S A R V B A L L . A PUBLIC BALL, Under the patronage of HIS HONOR THE SUPERINTENDENT, will be held at the TOWN HALL, CHRISTCHURCH, on MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17, 1860. Stewards : His Honor the Superintendent The Honourable C. R. Blakiston T. S. Duncan G. Miles Major Scott J. Olivier R. Wilkin C, Bowen H. E. Alport R. J. S. Harman P. Banks C. W. Wyatt Hon. J. C. W. Russell A.E.White C. W. Bishop W. Thomson Crosbie Ward E. F. B. Harston W. G. Brittan R. L. Higgins A. F. N. Blakiston R. H. Rhodes T.Cass " G. A.E.Ross J. Marsh man W. Wilson I. T. Cookson W. Donald N.Edgar H. P. M. Aynsley S.S. Field F. Moss D. Inwood C. F. Beeby D. Lockhart H. G. Gouland Capt. Westenra ' H. S. McKellar. T. W.Maude Gentlemen's tickets, 155.; ladies' do., 7s. 6d., may be had of the stewards, and at the Offices of the " Lyttelton Times," Lyttelton and Christchurch, and the " Canterbury Standard." KAIAPOI RACE BALL. • WILLIAM JOYNT begs to inform the public that he intends giving a BALL on the evening of the 9th JANUARY, 1861, the date on which the Kaiapoi Races are appointed to be held, in the Large Room adjoining the Northern Hotel; and assures those who may favour him with their patronage that he will use his best endeavours to contribute to their comfort and amusement. Single tickets, 10s.; double tickets, to admit a lady and gentleman, 155., may be had at Mr. Stringer's and at Mr. Mann's A 1, Christchurch, and at Mr, Day's, Kaiapoi Hotel, and the Northern Hotel. VICTORIA HOUSE, LONDON STREET, LYTTELTON. DCLARKSON begs respectfully to inform his • numerous customers in Lyttelton and the surrounding bays that he intends opening the above Branch Establishment, in connection with Mr. T. Preece, on SATURDAY, January 5, 1861, with a choice and large assortment of seasonable goods, particulars of which will appear in Saturday's " Times " of December 29. N.B.—The above establishment will be conducted by Mr. T. Preece, and will be carried on in the name of " Clarkson & Preece."