New Advertisements. LYTTELTON AND CHRISTCHURCH BAILWAY TIME TABLE :— On and after October 1, Trains will run as under: WEEK DAYS. j From Christchurch —Ba.m. —9a.m. —10a.m. —11 ajn.; 2 p.m —4 p.m. —5 p.m.—6 p.m. From Heathcote—B.3o a.m.—9.30 a.m.— 10 30 a.m.; 12.30 p.m.—2.30 pan.—4.3o p.m. _5.30p.m.—6.30 p.m. SUNDAYS. From Christchurch—9 a.m. —10a.m ; 2 p.m. —3 p.m.—6 pan. From Heathcote—9.3o a.m—10.20 a.m.; 2.30 p.m.— pan.—6.3o p.m. g_23 G. Holmes k Co. LYTTELTON AND CHRISTCHURCH RAILWAY. WOOL will be received at the Christchurch Station, and forwarded to the ship's aide in Lyttelton, at the usual rate. Free storage will be given for two months. George Holmes k Co. November 1,1865. 11-1 COBB AND CO.'S HJIEGRAPH LINE OF ROYAL MATT. COACHES, LEAVE THE BOOKING OFFICE, Christchurch, for Timaru Porter's Pass Gamaru Bealey Dhnedin Otira Gorge Leithfield Hokitika Saltwater Creek Kaiapoi Hurunui Lyttelton And all parts of the Province, particulars of time of starting and rate of fares may be obtained of the Agent as above. Horses of every description on sale. An extensive coach and carriage factory, , carriage repository, blacksmith's shop, and shoeing forge, have been added to the estab- • lishment under the management of A. G. Howland, where the finest work and the best imported materials can be guaranteed. L. Gt. Cole & Co., 10-28 Proprietors. KOHLER'S GARDENS. THUBSDAY—GENERAL HOLIDAY. SWIMMING MATCHES, ATHLETIC SPORTS, Ac., &c. Tbe Quadrille Band ■ ■; will be in attendance during the afternoon. ,;j ADMISSION—ONE SHILLING. EVENING ASSEMBLY AT 8 O'CLOCK; ADMISSION 2s. 6d. 11-9 "■ KOHLER'S HOTEL AND PLEASURE GARDENS, Lincoln Road. MR. KOHLER begs to announce to his friends and the public, that the above fashionable place of resort is now open for the summer season, and is well worthy of a visit. Swimming Bath, Splendid Fountain, Maze, , Cricket Ground, Quoits, Skittles, Bagatelle, Rifle Gallery, Gymnasium, Swings, kc.; - Picture Gallery, Classical Statuary, News Room, English and Colonial Papers ; a Col1, lection of Ancient Armour and Weapons of Warfare, on View. Admission, including Swimming Bath and ■ Maze, ONE SHILLING. Ladies and children (admission to the -- Garden and Maze) sixpence. Season ticket £110s. - The garden can be engaged for private pic nics and wedding parties. Mr. Kohler's quadrille music always in attendance. Terms moderate, apply at the gardens. N3.—Cabs run at all hours of the day j . fare, one shilling (not less than two passengers). 10-17 PRINCESS' THEATBE. Lbsbrrs Messrs. West k Dabby. -. TO*NIGHT (THUBSDAY), NOVEMBEB 9. BIRTHDAY OF THE PBINCE OF WALES. Under the Patronage of the '- OFFICEBS AND MEMBEBS OF THE CHRISTCHURCH VOLUNTEER CAVALRY, ENGINEERS AND RIFLES. " MISS BOM COOPEB IN THBEE -j "PIECES. EmtTune of Courtney** Comedy of AGED FOBTY ; To be followed by *"- THE YOUNG WIDOW. To conclude with. A SCBEAMING FARCE. Million Prices —Pit laBox office open from 11 till 3. 11-9 . TJOYAL PRTNOESS V THEATBE, GRAND HOLIDAY TBEAT. BIRTHDAY OF THE PBINCE OF WALES. MORNING PERFORMANCE. THIS DAY (THURSDAY), NOV. 9, MISS BOSA COOPER, AND . MB. LIONEL HABDING, Will give their Entertainment MATRIMONY! To which Children will be admitted Free. 3faniiiiiiiiii*S-*Ao«. iw J

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Press, Volume VIII, Issue 938, 9 November 1865

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