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Pnijlio Notices. ABSTBACT OF ACCOUNT. LYTTELTON PUBLIC CEMETERY. RECEIPTS: Subscriptions ... ... £37 7 0 Fee for "burial p'of-. ... ~, 2 0 0 Balance due to Tit usurer ... 5 0 0 ' [ ' £44 7 0 EXPENDITURE : Fencing the ground ... ... £15 4 6 Levelling, forming, and cutting paths ... ... ... 16 5 0 Half cost of pipes and ditch to divide from Roman Catholic Cemetery ... ... ... 1 14 8 Quicks ... ... ... 1 12 0 Planting trees and quicks ... 210 0 Gate ... ... ... 6 12 10 Rope for lowering coffins ... 0 8 0 £44 7 0 We, the undersigned, Managers of the Lyttelton Public Cemetery, do hereby declare the above to be a correct abstract of accounts, frvm time of appointment to 31st December last. Lyttelton, 20th January, 1873. JOHN GEORGE FYFE, JOHN. ROBINSON, WM. MOELEY. Declared before mc, this 20th Jan., 1873. 2-1* 1096 H. B. WEBB, J.P. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE CITY OF'CHRISTCHURCH. HAVING been requested by several gentlemen in the city to allow myself to be nominated as a candidate to fill the vacancy caused in the City Council by the resignation of Mr Jenkins, I hereby wish to return those gentlemen my most sincere thanks; and that it is with the greatest of pleasure I accede to their request. I also wish to state to the ratepayers that should I be returned, I will use every effort in my power to fill the honorable office faithfully, and to the interest of the city in general. I Your humble servant, , ; JAS. GAPES. : Feb. 14, 1873. 1-14 1108 ■ I T ;l ;iEsrhENT governess. j A LADY 7)esires an Engagement as above, JtjL : [ experienced inTeaching and Qualified tjo'-glve '..thorough' instruction in English, French, Music, Drawing,'Painting,.and Singing. For name and address, apply to the j office of this paper. . "". 2-10 968! T. B. CRAIG, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR \ Cashel street, Christchurch. Partnerships; Executors, Averages, Traders, Bankrupts', and Others Accounts made up : accurately. .Calculations certified. Estates Conducted fox Trustees or those 4*lo interested. - ■ - 299 WOOL ADVANCES. mHE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to J_ make liberal CASH ADVANCES upon the next season's clip. t -J i NO COMMISSION CHARGED. BENNETT & SAUNDERS, Tuam street, Christchurch ; And 9, Fenchurch street, London. 144 DRAIN PIPES, 3T*V ISAAC B. SHEATH, * Colombo street, Tuam street. a YARD, 11-13 * 2942 DR BRIGHT'S PHOSPHODYNE.— MULTITUDES OF PEOPLE are hopelessly suffering fiom Debility, Nervous and Liver Complaints, Depression of Spirits, Delusions, Unfitness for Business or Study, Failuie of Hearing, Sight, and Memory, Lassitude, Want of. Ppwer, &c, whose cases admit of a permanent cure by the new remedy PHOSPHODYNE Oxygen), which at once allays all irritation and excitement, ijnpartSjnew.energy and life tQ the enfeebled constitutjpa, t and rapidly cures, every stage, of these and distressiqg . maladies. d Sold by alt and storekeepers throughout the Colonies, from, ,whom pamphlets containing testimonials may be obtained v Caution.— Be particular |o ask for DR BLIGHT'S PHOSPHODYNE, as imitations, are abroad ; and avoid purchasing single bottles, the genuine article being sold in cases only. l . ~ 1-21499 \ ■ "Berkeley, September, 1869.— Gentlemen, t feel it tt'dtftyl owe to you to express my gratitude'for the great benefit I have derived' by- taking- ' Norton's Camomile Pills!' I applied to your agent, Mr Bell, Berkeley,-for the above-named .Pills, for I wind in the stomach,'from which I suffered, excruciating pain for a length of time, having ( tried nearly every remedy prescribed but without deriving any benefit at all. After taking two bottles of- your valuable pills I' was quite restored to- my usual state of , health. Please give this publicity for the, benefit of those who may be thus afflicted. , I am, Sif, l yours truly, Hbnet Allpass. — To the Proprietors of Nobton's Camomile Praia. Bailway Time Table. pANIBBBUBI RAILWAYS TIME TABLE. LYTTELION ANdT" CHEISTOHUBCH LINE. Week Days:— From Christchurch, 8;30. a.nou» 10.30 ajn n 12.30 p.m., 3.15 pan,, and 5.20 p.m. From Lytteltoni 9.10 aan., 11 30 a m.. 2 pjn. 3.45 p.m., and 6 p.m. The 10.30 a.m. and 5 .20 pjn. down trains, and the 11.80 a.m., 2 p.m., and 6 pjn. up trains, only will stop at Hillsborongh. ' A train will leave Cbristchurch for Lyttel ton every Thursday night at 11 x>.m n returning from Lyttelton at 11.30 p.m. Sundays:— From Christchurch, 9.30 a.m., 1.3© pjn. 3 p.m., and S p.m From Lyttelton, 10 a.m., 2.15 pan., 4 p.m., and 6 pan. SOUTH LINE. Week Days Only—• From Christchurch, 6.30 a.m., 12.10 p.m., and 4.20 pirn. Ficm Selwyn, 9 a.nf 1,45 p.m., and 6 pm NORTHERN LINE. Week Days Only— From Christchurch, 8.15 12.15 p.m., 130 pjn, From Kaiapoi, for Rangiora, 8.45 a.m., 12.45 p.m« 5.0 p.m. From Rangiora, 9.30 a.m., 2.15 p.m., 5.45 p.m. From Kaiapoi, for Christchurch, 9.45 a.m. 2.30 pm4 60 pjn. By order, WALTEB KENNAWAY, Secretory tor PuWie wort* Bssi, 1872, H 1250

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Press, Volume XXI, Issue 2350, 14 February 1873

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