PROVINCIAL INVESTMENT AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. r Shareholders are requested to take A. Xori'.v, that the working expenses fee of 2s. Gel. per share i.s due this month, besides the usual subscription.*, &c. By Order of the Directors. E. C. J. Stevens, Manager. I PROVINCIAL INVESTMENT AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. THE Next Monthly Meeting for the payment of subscriptions and other monies for the month of January, will be held in the Town Hall, on Thursduy, January 23th, at 7 o'clock p.m. 13y Order of the Directors. E. C. J. Stevens, Manager. PROVINCIAL INVESTMENT AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. THE Annual General Meeting of the above Association will tako place in the Town Hall, on Friday, January 29th, at 7 o'clock p.m. By Order of the Directors. E. C. J. Stevens, Manager. tJtoncg. I NEW ZEALAND TRUST AND LOAN COMPANY (LIMITED). OkA READY to be advanced upon Freehold and other Securirities, at 10 per cent, intorest. Every information furnished upon application to the undersigned. s W. D. CAEKUXnEES, General Manager. Office —LicMeld-strect, next to Mr. Fooks'a Surveyor. TIIE undersigned are prepared to make liberal cash advances on wool delivered at Christchureh, Kaiapoi, Timaru, or any other shipping places on the coast. Miles & Co., Lyttelton and Cliristchurch. Nov. 27,1563. Planted. WANTED —An experienced woman to undertake the cooking and other domestic duties of an hotel where no other female is kept. Good wages given. Address F. M. at Mr. Wood's, Saddler, Christenurch. "IT/ - ANTED —To purchase Two Young Mares, V f broken to the plough. Apply to J. Page. ADVERTISER is desirous of an appointment as Manager or Representative in a, Mercantile Firm. Has knowledge of and good connection in the Canterbury and Dunedin Markets. Address — Commercial, Post Office, Christchurch. REQUIRED a Gentleman to perform the duties of Resident Secretary to the Christchurch Club. Salary £200 a-ycar, with board and residence. Written applications to be forwarded to the Committee on or before the Ist March, 1864. TTTANTED—A Grocer's Assistant; a young V? man who thoroughly understands the business . None others need apply. 11. SAWTELL, Dalgety, Buckley & Go's, Cliristchurch. WANTED —By a respectable young woman a situation as Barmaid in a respectable hotel or refreshment rooms. Address, E. M., office of this paper. Good references. Utiscctlancous. TRANSIT OF WOOL AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. GREAT SOUTH ROAD. SUTCLIFFE and BRYANT, having arranged for the above traffic, are prepared to DELIVER WOOL from Weeden's Half-way House to the wharves, and all goods to the South at LIBERAL RATES. Goods will be received and forwarded to order by W. Weeden, Half-way House. GEORGE AND DRAGON HOTEL, OEEAT SOUTH KOAD. ACCOMMODATION HOUSE, j •\TK7TLLIAM PARISH begs to inform his old j ? V friends and the public that his new house j is now ready, and replete with every accommodation for travellers. The liquors supplied will be of the very best brands, at the lowest possible charge. The bedrooms are comfortably furnished, and the stabling department will be conducted so as to give the utmost satisfaction. I There is a sheep-proof fenced stockyard, and capital wool sheds adjoining; also a plentiful supply of water. W. P. will be prepared to convey wool to any of the wharves on the Ferry Road at reasonable rates. Great South Road, Nov. 9,1863. ELECTION NOTICE. PROVINCIAL ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF HEATHCOTE. IN pursuance of the provisions of an Act of the General Assembly of New Zealand, entituled " The Regulation of Elections Act 1858," and of another Act of the General Assembly of New Zealand, entituled " The Provincial Elections Act 1858," I William Donald, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Heathcotc, do hereby give notice, that by virtue of a Writ bearing date the twelfth day of January 1564, issued under the hand of his Honor the Superintendent of the Province of Canterbury, an Election will be held for the return of a qualified person to serve as a member of the Provincial Council, for the said Electoral District ; and that the nomination of Candidates will take place at Christehurch Quay on Friday the twenty-second day of January, 1564, at noon ; and that the Poll (if necessary) will be taken on Saturday the twenty-third day of January, 1864. Dated this thirteenth day of January, 1864. William Donald. Returning Officer. The following places are Polling places for the Electoral District of Heathcote:— Cliristcliurch Quay School-house, Lincoln Road. Dated the thirteenth day of January, 1864. Wμ. Donald, Returning Officer. Declaration of Poll at 6 o'clock p.m. on the day of Polling.
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