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Lyttelton Times, Volume XVI, Issue 909, 27 July 1861, Page 1
RICHARD BROOKE TAILOR, DRAPER, AND HABIT MAKER TN returning thanks to the public of Lyt!-L telton and its vicinity for the very liberal of Ps Pa°vini e tW I hltl!eito has the'pleasnr ot saying that he imports every article -i-eauisite for his business, and that he is able to equip So! men m the most fashionable London and Pail sty es, at almost English prices. firßJ^/ ashionable suit, his own make, from : ' Dress suits, &c. } always on hand. Neckties, gloves, braces, &c. Terms Cash. JV.B.—Ladies'riding habits made to order. TO THE CANTERBURY VOLUNTEERS. mHE undersigned respectfully intimates -L that he has a large supply of DRESS SHAKOS and FORAGE CAPS, with bronze ornaments and oilskin covers. T i * RICHARD BROOKE,'Tailor. London street, Lyttelton. ' JOHN COKER T>EGS to inform his customers and the JLJ public that he has opened a Bacon and Ham Department; and from their beine cured on ral PatiSion he """"^ ** c" qn?!fJ RPoJ k'i aad German Sausages, Saveloys and bpiced Beef, always on hand. The Trade Supplied. GREAT SOUTH ROAD. HALF-WAY HOUSE. W. WEEDEN T> EGS to acknowledge the marked support JJ he has received during the time he has conducted the above house j and assures those who may contribute their patronage that no effort will be spared to promote their comfort. Improvements in the arrangements of the house are about to be made, which will greatly promote its comfort and quietude. Good Stabling. THE SELWYN HOTEL. Gj_ H. GIGGS begs respectfully to in- I • form his friends and parties travelling in the neighbourhood of the river Selwyn that he has taken the above named Hotel, and hopes, by strict attention to business to merit a share of public support. SADDLE HORSES TO LET. JEXCELLENT STABLING. HOOPER'S NELSON ALES, JULY BREWINGS. TV/TESSRS. G. HOOPER & CO., Brewers, Nel-L*-L son, are prepared to receive orders for their superior XXX Ale, brewed expressly for export in the Month of July, and respectfully invite their customers and consumers to transmit their orders as early as possible. . G. HOOPER & CO. RE-OPENING OF THE RELIANCE BREWERY, FERRY ROAD. THE above Brewery being now opened, a First-Class Article of Ale and Porter can be supplied. A trial is solicited. Publicans supplied on liberal terms. SHOEING AND JOBBING SMITHS. MESSRS. CORDERY and MATHER beg to inform the inhabitants of Lyttelton and settlers in its vicinity that they have commenced business as above in the shop lately in the occupation of Mr. H. W. Derry,,and are now prepared to execute all orders with punctuality and despatch. Lyttelton, July 8,1861. T> & J. MILSOM, Aerated Waters, Liqueurs, -*-*>• Cordials, and Ginger Beer Manufacturers, London Street, Lyttelton, and St. Asaph Street, Christchurch. CHRIST'S COLLEGE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. WILL RE-OPEN on MONDAY, the 29th instant, at 9 a.m. HENRY JACOBS, Head Master. July 19,1861. C.R.V. NOS. 1 AND 2 COMPANIES. SQUAD DRILL. SQUAD DRILL for joining members of the above Companies will take place at the Town Hall on WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY evenings in each week, commencing on Wednesday, July 24, at half-past six o'clock p.m. ■ Squad Drill for old members on EVERY THURSDAY EVENING, at the same hour, commencing on THURSDAY, JULY 25. Fines for non-attendance not exceeding Half-a-crown. Printed copies of the rules and regulations may be obtained from the Secretary. Members having rifles and accoutrements ,are ordered to bring them to the Town Hall on Thursday evenings. By order, CLAUDE M. OLLIVIER, Hon. Sec. Nos. 1 and 2 Companies. July 19,1861. _ _ _____ _ ___ 'PHE MEMBERS of the LYTTELTON 1- COMPANIES are informed that Seb»eant Caeeoll attends every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY EVENING, At Seven o'clock, at the Town Hall, To give instruction in all Branches of Drill, to such as may choose to join the Classes.