f} pr f\f\f\ TO be advanced in sums &D\JVJ\J of £200 and upwards upon freehold security. i WYATT & TRAVERS. Christchurch Sep. 13,1862. FOR SALE—3OO head of mixed cattle,fdelivered on the north bank of the Rakaia. R. BRUNSDEN, Market Place, Christchurch. Sep. 19, 1862. NO TI C E.—A public meeting will be held at Messrs. D. & D. Cameron's Hotel, Salt Water Creek, on Thursday 9th of October, at two o'clock p.m.,to consider the advisability of raising a Company to purchase a steamer for the Lyttelton, Kaiapoi, and Salt Water Creek trade. All persons interested in the question are invited to attend. JOSIAH BIRCH. Sept. 18th, 1862. r pHE Undersigned have this day en- * tered partnership as Merchants at Kaiapoi, under the name of Beswick & Birch. W. C. BESWICK, JOSIAH BIRCH. 17th Sept., 1862. TO STAND THIS SEASON At the Royal Hotel Stables, 'pHE Favorite Cart Stallion CRIFFEL. Criffel is a bright bay with black points, of remarkably docile temper, and a sure foal getter. Terms—_£4 each mare; ss. groomage; to be paid on or before Ist January, 1863. Paddocks found at 5s per week for raares every care taken but no responsibility incurred. EDWIN CUFF. UNICIPAL COUNCIL.— The Municipal Council are prepared to receive Tenders for the reforming and metalling of _.ilmore-street, from the Whately road to Manchester-street. Tenders which must contain the names of two sureties for the due fulfilment of the work, to be sent in on or before 4 p.m. on Monday, 6th October, 1862. Specification and section to be seen at the office of WM. FREDK. MOORE, Town Surveyor. Christchurch, Sept. 17,1862. 0 J. S. TURNBULL, Esq., M.D.— We whose names are hereto apP en ded, respectfully request that you will allo w yourself to be nominated as a candidate for the representation of the City of Christchurch, in the Provincial Council, at the ensuing election, caused by the resignation of Mr. Joseph Brittan. W. Wilson, James Willis, Strickland S. Field John Murray, John C. Aikman D. Clarkson, W. Charlesworth John C. Angus, John Birdsey, W. Stringer, Samuel Bealey, L. E. Nathan, j James Johnston, G. Miles, Robert Watson, James Kerr, J. Oilivier, Edward Recce, Chas. H. Greenstreet, I). Inwood, &c, &c. To Mr. W. Wilson and the other Gentle-! men signing the Requisition :— I Gentlemen, —I have great pleasure in complying with a request so thoroughly in keeping with my own wishes, namely, to become a candidate for the representation of Christchurch in the Provincial Council. I owe much to the uniform courtesy and kindness of my fellow-citizens during the past four years, and in consequence I feel that I can work in their service with a very sincere desire to repay a portion of that kindness. For a young and nntried politician to enter the Provincial Council with your proved and experienced members, is sufficiently difficult, but to repair the loss which you now sustain by the resignation of an old aud faithful representative is a portion of the task I would now assume which I can never hope fully to achieve. Should you, however, return mc, I \\*ill strive to merit your approval by discharging the duties of your representative 1 faithfully aud energetically. • I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, J. SOMERVILLE TURNBULL. Christchurch, Sept. 15,1862.
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