Hew Advertisements. THI3 DAY. IN ADDITION TO GOODS ALREADY ADVERTISED, \JB C. CLAKK will SELL, a SEWING MACHINE, By Wheeler and Wilson. 10-21 LATEST NOVELTIES IN SPRING- & SUMMER GOODS. DRESSES. NEW JACKETS. MEW SHAWLS. IVTEW HATS. PRINTS. VTEW MUSLINS. MEW PARASOLS. jVTEW HOSIERY. A LOT OF BLACK SILK VELVET HAT 3, 9d each. LADIES GARDEN HATS, Is 3d upwards TMpN'B OUTFITTING. T7INGLTSH, SCOTCH, and COLONIAL FA NEW SUITS. VTEW COATS, VESTS and TROWSERS. TVfEW SUMMER HATS. TVTEW SHIRTS and TIES. TSjTEW VESTS and PANTS. G. L. BEATH & CO., 10-21 ARGYLE HOUSE. CANTERBURY SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. A CONFERENCE in connection with the above Union will be held in the Weeley an Schoolroom, ST. ALBANS, on THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, OCT. 21. Meeting to be opened by the Bey. W. J. Habens. SUBJECT—" REWARDS." Tea on the tablee at half-past six o'clock. Public meeting to take place at half-past seven. Tickets—lβ each. C. W. Turner, Esq., in the chair. B. DEWSBURY, 10-21 Secretary. BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. THE TENDER OF MESSRS HUNTER & GOODFELLOW, of Dunedin, for the ERECTION of PREMISES for the Bank of New Zealand at TIMARU hae been ACCEPTED. J. L. COSTER, Manager. Christchurch, Oct. 20,1869. 10 21 PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT RESERVES. THE TENDERS for the following RESERVES made for Educational Purposes, numbered 699, 700, 707, 710, 712, to 721 inclusive, 726 to 731 inclusive, 737, 738, and 739 having been DECLINED ac INADEQUATE, the same Reserves may be tendered for in writing addressed to the Steward for Reserves. Particulars may be obtained on application to the Office of the Secretary for Publio Works, or to ALEXANDER LEAN, Steward for Reserves, Hereford street. October 20,1869. 10-21 KAIAPOI INSTITUTE. A GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT, To conclude the series of Popular Entertain* xnents, will take place at the Institute, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27. On this occasion several ladies and gentlemen from Christchurch and elsewhere have kindly consented to assist. Harmonium, Mr Robert Parker, organist of St John's, Christchurch ; Cornet, Mr Charles Coombes: Violin, Mr George Jones; Viola, Mr T. Lee, &c. Full programme in future advertisement. Doors open at 7.30. Concert at 8 p.m. Admission —One shilling ; reserved seats, two! shillings, by ticket only, and through the reading room. Tickets to be obtained up to six o'clock p.m. on the evening of the concert, from Dr Dudley, Messrs C. 8. Bell, F. S. Funston, and HENRY FELDWICK, Hon. Sec. Entertainment Committee. 10-21 WANTED, TENDERS for a VEBANDAH. Apply to J. McCallum, jeweller, High street. 10-21 WANTED, a MAN or LAD to cook for three hands, and make himself generally useful. Apply to C. Wasok, Corwar, South Rakaia. 10-21
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