IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND. CANTERBURY DISTRICT. In the matter of the Debtors and Creditors Act 1862, and of the Estate of Thomas Atkinson, lately carrying on business at Lyttelton, in the said District, as Hotelkeeper, a Debtor. A MEETHEO of those of tho creditors of the /\. said debtor's estate who shall have proved their debts or claims will be held at the offices of the undersigned, in Cathedral Square, in tho City of Christchurch, on Monday, the 30th day of November, 1863, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, pursuant to an order of this Honorable Court, made on the 17th day of November, 1863. The business to be transacted at such meeting is to recommend to the Court a person or persons to act as Trustee or Trustees of the said debtor's estate. HaBSTON & CoWLISHaW, Solicitors to the Petition. Christchurch, Nov. 24th, 1863. NOTICE. ALL accounts owing by Thomas Rowley, Fag., of Middleton, Riccarton, and Alford Station, Ashburton, who is leaving for England, must be rendered to us on or before the 31st December next, or they will not be recognised. Dβ Bocbbel & Co., Agents. Cathedral Square, 24th November, 1863. FIVE POUNDS REWARD. LOST, November 12th, from Heathcote, two three-year-old cast geldings, branded with a spur ou the near shoulder. One of them was a compact chesnut, with a white face, the other a big brown colt, both of them perfectly broken. BOTTLES. —Wanted, wine and ale bottles, large or small quantities. Apply to V alton, Warner & Co., Deßourbel's Buildings, Christchurch. LYTTELTON AND CHRISTCHURCH RAILWAY. WANTED LABORERS. Apply immediately to the Foreman at the Christchurch Station. Geobge Holmes & Co., Contractors. Not. 24, 1863. WANTED— a respectable YOUTH, to learn the trades of painter and paperhanger, and otherwise make himself generally useful. Apply to Messrs. R. Robinson & Co., nest to the. Royal Mail Office, Oxford Terrace. ' WANTED— a respectable person, as house and parlor maid; good references required. Apply to Mrs. W. H. Lane, Colombo-street north, Christchurch. WANTED by the advertiser, lately arrived from Scotland, a Situation as Housekeeper. Address, N.Z., office of this paper. \\7 ANTED—Mangling, Washing, and Ironing, TV by Mrs. Quinn, Lichficld-street, next lo Anderson's Foundry. WANTED —a Carpenter, to complete the erection of a building. Apply to Mr. Allison, Oxford Terrace, West. FOUND a Pig. The owner can have it on paying expenses, by applying to J. Fisheb, Windmill Road. WANTED by tho undersigned—A Bread, Biscuit, and Small Goods Baker; a good salary will bo given. Ricoabd BsAsriELD, Baker, Ac, London-street, Lyttelton. Exp ov this Day's ApvERTisEMEyTg. yhippittjg, PORAKAROA, TIMARU, OAMARU, MOERAKI, WAIKOUAITI, AND DUNEDIN. THE powerful Paddle Steamer GEELONG is appointed to sail for the above ports on THURSDAY the 26th instant, at noon. For freight or passage, apply to Miles & Co., Lyttclton and Christchurch. Freight on all goods for the intermediate ports must be pre-paid; also carriage and wharfage on goods sent to the agents for shipment. Lytteltou, November 18,1863. LANCASHIRE WITCH. 1 LL Claims against the above vessel must be J\ rendered iv duplicate, on or before Wednesday, 25th November, otherwise they will not be recognised. Dalgett, Bvczlex & Co., Lyttelton. Jittciion £at*s. FOR SALE BY AUCTION. 1212 CLEAN SHEEP, Now depastured near Timaru,. and deliverable clean on 7th January next, after shearing. MR. J. DRUMMOND MACPHERSON will oiler the above sheep for public competition' at liis offices on Thursday, the 26th instant, at one o'clock. The Flock consists of— 290 old ewes 348 two to eight tooth ewes 349 „ „ „ wethers 235 ewe and wether lambs Christchurub, Nor. 10,1863.
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