Wanted. WANTED. A GENERAL SERVANT for the country. Apply to MRS WILKINS, Akaroa. WANTED. I i A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to MRS TOSSWILL, Green Point. WANTED. TENDERS for cutting and stacking about 7 acres of Hay, situate in German Bay. Tenders to be sent in by 7 p.m. on Saturday, November 26, to J. SUNCKELL, Windermere House. WANTED. SUBSCRIBERS to the Australasian Leader, Sydney Mail, Town and Country, Bulletin, Home News, London News, Graphic, Punch, Lloyd's, Reynolds', Field, National Reformer, Nation, Belfast News, Scotsman, Glasgow Mail, New York HeraM, HarperV, Frank Leslie's, Irish World, Datibury News, Detroit Free Press, Young Ladies' Journal, London Journal, isow Bells, Family Herald, Family Header, World of Fashion, Tailor and Cutter. R. SHANNON, 90, Colombo street, Christclmch. X.ont sanal found LOST. BETWEEN Head of the Bay and Akaroa, Silver Hunting Lever. Maker's name, T. Herman, Christchurch. Finder will be rewarded on leaving same at J. ROBERTS' »N'S, Watchmaker, Akaroa. Account* IN THE ESTATE OF THE LATE CHARLOTTE SCARBROUGH. ALL claims on the above estate must be sent in to the undersigned on or before the 13th day of December next. Trustees, F, W, Williams, H. Piper. H. PIPER, Duvauchelle's Bay. NOTICE. ALL the money due to the undersigned, if not paid on or before j the 25th instant, will bo sued for with- j out respect of persons. ! ETIENNE J. BROCHER, i Grehan Road, j Akaroa, 22nd November, 1881.
Meeting*)*. AKAROA COUNTY COUNCIL. is hereby given, that the ,1 \1 Annual Meeting of the above Council will be held in the Council Chambers, Duvauchelle's Bay, at noon : on Wednesday, 23rd November, 1881. EDWARD S. LATTER, Clerk of Council. Council Chambers, Duvauchelle's Bay, 16th November, 1881. I ' BANQUET TO MR WILLIAMS. THOSE interested in the proposed Banquet to Mr F. W. Williams are requested to meet at the Akaroa and Wainui Road Board Office, Head of the Bay, on Thursday next, November 24th, at noon. E. S. CHAPPELL, Convener. AKAROA REGATTA. THE next Meeting ot the Committee will be held on Friday next, November 25th, at the Borough Council Chambers, at 8 p.m. Business important. H. C. JACOB SON, Hon. Sec.
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