TO BUILDERS,&c. \\/" ANTED, Tenders for the erection * * of a Music Hall, in Christchurch, according to plans and specifications, prepared by Messrs. Gko. Mallinson & Co.. which may be se m at their offices, until February 14th, on which date sealed tenders ore to be sent in endorsed, —"Tenders for the erection of Music Hall," addressed to Messrs. GEO. MALLTNSON & CO., N. B. The lowest, or any tender not necessarily accepted. Christchurch, Jan. 21st, 1562. DAI RY AIA N WANTED." IJfANTED.at Mr. Brittan's Farm, » » Linwood, a skilful Dairyman. He will be provided with a good weather boarded House having a small garden attached. Wanted also a respectable young man to reside in the house. He will be required to milk, and to assi »t in general fami work. None need apply who do not fully answer the above requirements. Jan. 7, ISG2. A YOUNG WOMAN, who can be i~*. well recommended, is desirous of accompanying a liuly or family to England, giving her services on board ship as an equivalent to the payment of her passage money. For particulars apply to Mil HARMAN, Hereford-street. C 11 111ST , S COLLEGE, CANTERBURY. SOMES SCHOLARSHIP. AN election to a Scholarship on the Somes Foundation ia appointed to take place on Tuesday, March 25, 1802. The value of the scholarship ia £50 per annum, for three years, subject to a deduction of A'lo for any year in which the annual examination of the scholars shall not have been passed satisfactorily, j It is open to all members of the Church of England above 15 and under 19 years of age, prefer- j ence being <;iven in the event of equality to any candidate who may be of the kindred of the foundress Mrs. Maria Somea, or of her late husband, Mr. Joseph Somes. Applications, accompanied by certificates of age and of good moral character, and (in case of founder's kin) by satisfactory proof of consanguinity, must be sent to the undersigned on or before Wednesday, the 19lh of March, at 9 aan. at which time the examination will commence. Candidates will be examined in the following subjects especially :— Greek Testament, (the Acta of the Apostles) Mos'oi'.ntus; Look i, chapters containing tin. , Life oi" (tu'mh.s : H'.uu-.t, Iliad, Book tii: Virgil; Bucolics, and First Ceorgic : Xfjun.'l Book of Livy : History of England, I'eriod of the Reformation, Four B»oks of Euclid : Arithmetic, Algebra: Physical Geography, and French. Fiuthor particulars may ha obtained on application to the undesigned. HENRY JACOBS, Sub-warden. Christ's College, Dec. 23, ISGI SHAW, SAVILL & CO.'S PASSENGER LINE OF PACKETS BKTWKKtf LONDON and NEW ZEALAND. r |PIIE following first-class clipper ships -*■ Mill bo continued si 3 regular traders: i Ships. Commanders. Tons Avalanche J. Stoit 1200 JBosworth J. Tur.ilmll 1200 I Jura It. Chambers ...1500 [ Kinnaird ..; 1). Stephens ...1000 ! Acasta J. Holiday 1000 Ashimrton A. King 1000 Dervrentwater 'P. Thomson 1200 Golcomla E. Montgomcryl2Co Ki-lippc ■ J. Elliott 800 Wild Duck T. Bishop 1200 Motunka J. Stephens iOOO Catherine PembortonW. Harris 000 Kcullimi T. Gibbs GOO The ships of this line arc all A 1 at Lloyds, and arc specially selected fur their superior passenger accommodation a:id fast-sailing qualities. Tliey are commanded by gentlemen cf experience ; duly tjiiidificd surgeons arc carried, nnd no pains mc spared to promote the health and cornSort of passengers. The undersigned agents for the above fine iieet of passenger ships- , , are authorised to arrange with settiers here who may be desirous of in.tr ihtir friends in Great to this colony; and ere prepared cither to pay the passage money at oneo, or give security for jiavmeit on arrival of the vessel. Full pariicuiars may be obtained by Applying to COOKSON, BOWLER, & CO., 117 Lyttclton.
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Press, Volume II, Issue 36, 25 January 1862
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