SEVERAL sums of money to be advanced upon approved freehold security. Louis, Thavers, & ILlxmeb. Chrifltchurch, March 19,1864. WANTED —By a youug man well acquainted with book-keeping, a situation as Clerk or Collector. Firet-clasa reference. Address A.8.C., office of this paper. WANTED —By a married couple, a situation, tho man to make himself useful, the woman % good cook and general servant. Apply at the office of this paper. WNNTED —A Malster, one who thoroughly understands hie business. Apply at the office of this paper. WANTED —A partner in Sheep Runs, and to take the management if required. The runs comprise about 100,000 acres of excellent grass land, nearly 10,000 acres of which is freehold, and are depasturing at present about 20,000 sheep. The runs are in complete working order, and the property is one of the most eligible in the Provinco of Marlborough. Application by letter to be addressed to S. T., Post Office, Nelson. WANTED— To Rent, from 500 to 1009 acres of good Grass Land, within 30 miles of Clirietchurch; or purchase the lease of 10,000 acres of good grazing country, with or without stock. Distance no object. F. Fisher, A 1 Hotel, ChristChurch. TROLLAWAY WORKS. WANTED. —A Coach-body Maker. Also, a first-rate Light Wheelwright. ROAD BOARD. WEST AVON DISTRICT. WANTED —A duly qualified person to make up the Ratepayer's Roll, and assess all rateable property within the above district; applications to be addressed to the Chairman, Mr. Parish's Inn, Great South Road, from whom all particulars can be obtained. William B. Tosswill, Chairman. Utisrenatwtts. STRAY SHEEP. ASTRAY on Sunday, March 27, two \_y sheep. The owner can have them by giving a proper description, and paying expenses. R. Packer & Son, Somerfield Farm. NOTICE. WE hereby authorise Messrs. Langbridge & Co., to collect all outstanding debts due to Mr. James Hosie, Kaiapoi, and in his name to give receipts for the same, and if necessary to sue for the recovery of the same. Immediate settlement required. For the Trustees of the Estate of James Hosie, Kaiapoi: — B. Simpson & Mabks, Trustees. Cliristchurch, March 31,1864. RANGIORA AND MANDEVILLE ROAD BOARD. rpENDERS are invited for the following works— For metalling 43 chains on the North Road to the Asldey For cutting a ditch on each side of the Oxford Road, from White's bridge across the Island, between sections 2014 and 2043 For forming the road from the Town of Kaiapoi _._, to the Girder Bridge ; and, also, for metalling the same, a distance of 56 chains For making a culvert of 16 feet long, 3 x 4 to be put in by Steggall's mill. Tenders for the above work to be sent in on or before 11 a.m., on Monday, April 11, 1864. Plans and specifications to be seen at the office of Board, at Woodend, on Tuesday, April 5,1864. Tenders to be addressed— Mabmaduke Dixon, Chairman, Woodend. ADVERTISEMENT. "VX7E, the undersigned, Ironmongers in Christ- !! church, will close our establishments at 6 o'clock, p.m., until further_ notice, commencing Monday, April 4, 1864. (Signed) Wμ. Neeve Edward Recce & Co. Hebbmann Coyly & Co. Thomas W. Gotjbiay & Co. Hawkes & Stbouts. March 24,1864. PUBLIC NOTICE. FAIRWEATHER it WILSON beg to inform the public that they have opened a booking office in Hereford-street, close to Fisher's Store, where passengers or parcels can be booked for Kaiapoi and the North. The conveyance starts from the office at the usual hours:—Nine a.m. quarter-past 11 a.m., and halfpast Three p.m. j returning from Kaiapoi at the same hours. Time Punctual. FIVE POUNDS REWARD. STRAYED, from the Heathstock Station, about three weeks ago, a Bay Horse; stands about 15-3, branded X on the shoulder, and with one white hind foot. The above reward will be given to any one delivering him at Heathstock, or at Mr. Moneys Stables. Lancelot Walkeb, Christchurch Club. March 31st, 1864. BAYS' DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THE Bays' District Road Board invite tenders for forming a Ratepayers' RolL Tenders to be addressed to the Chairman of the Board on or before 25th April, 1864. Johx E. Thackeb, BUSINESS NOTICE. THE MELBOURNE HOUSE, High Stbebt. r I 'HE business of Herrmann Cohn & Co., General J. Ironmongers, will in future be carried on under the style of J. CARO & CO., under the management of the resident partner, Mr. Hernuauu Cohn. J. Cabo &. Co.
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