PUBLIC NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that tho Papanui Bridge is closed until the completion of the New Bridge. A temporary bridge is erected for the conveni- | once of foot passengers, ou which lights will bo ! placed. Public attention is directed to the penalty for altering, extinguishing, Sec, the lights so provided, under tho 81st clause of the City Council Ordinance. W. F. Moore, City Surveyor. Christehurch, September 19,1863. PUBLIC NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that a Quarterly Meeting of Justices of the Peace will be held at the Resident Magistrate's Court House, at Christehurch, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of October next, at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for the consideration of the following applications for Public House Licenses •— SAME 01? APPLI- DESCRIPTION BITTTATTON OF CANT. OF APPLICANT. HOUSE. | Coker, John ! Accountant Cathedral ; Square Christ- ! church Fairhurst, Isaac N.lHotel-keeper London Street, J Lyttelton Fucbs, Joseph and.Cabinetmaker Colombo Street, Miller, John Baker Christehurch* Gee, Thomas Pastry cook Colombo Street, j Christehurch Hinge, Henry I Hotel-keeper Woodend Lawrence, WiuiamlGentleman Heathcote I Valley Ross, Thomas andjClerk Forbes, William jStable-keeper Weka Puss Thompson, An thy.'Blacksmith Ashburton Whale, John (Laborer Colombo Street, I ! Christehurch Willis, George Farmer jKowai Wilson, Thomas Publican jColombo Street, j Christehurch I t Thomas B. Bain, Clerk to the Bench. Resident Magistrate's Office, Christehurch, Sept. 10,1863. WANTED 200 ACTIVE YOUNG MEN TO PBOCEED AT ONCE TO AUCKLAND. THE WAIKATO TO BE THROWN OPEN. THE LAND GIVEN TO MILITIA SETTLERS. F7*VERY information regarding the duties, <tc., lA can be had on application at the Auckland Militia Office, Lyttelton, where printed regulations can be seen. J. W. Mitchell, Lieut. Auckland Militia, Late Lieut. H.M. 42nd & 17th Regts. j NEW ZEALAND TRUST AND LOAN I COMPANY (Limited). J Offices : Lichfield-stbeet. SUMS OF £300 to £10,000 READY to bo advanced upon Freehold and other securities at 10 per cent, interest. Tho Company will also be prepared to make arrangements to enable parties to purchase well selected parcels of Waste Lands upon terms which may be ascertained upon application to the Undersigned. W. D. Carbuthebs, General Manager. CENTRAL X> ILLIARD ROOM, (TRIBE'S HOTEL.) j UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. ! F. H. Johnson, I Proprietor. i TO SCHOOL TEACHERS. WANTED immediately.—A MISTRESS for the Wcsleyan Day School, Christehurch. [ Also, A MASTER for the Wcsleyan Day School at Woodend. For further particulars apply to Rev. James Buller. September 19,1863. WANTED. —A respectable woman as Cook and Laundress. Apply to Mrs. C. W. Turner, Stricklands, Cashel-street East WANTED. — A STOREMAN. Apply toDALOETr, Buckley, Se Co., Lyttelton. September 21, 1863. T Y7ANTED an active, intelligent Boy, about TV 14 years of age, who can write moderately well. Apply to Mr. Thos. J. Joy>t, Solicitor, Lichfield-street. WANTED a good Slop-brick Maker. Best wages given. Apply to Charles Bbowk, New Bank, Hereford-street* Christehurch. LODGING.— Comfortable Lodgings for a Gentleman. Apply P.M., Press Office. CANTERBURY MUSICAL SOCIETY. THE Members of the above Society are requested to attend a full rehearsal at the Music Hall, on Monday evening, at Seven o'clock punctually. • J. Painter, Hon. Sec.
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