Tenders. COXGREGATIONWT. CHURCH. TO BUILPF.PvS. npENDERS are invited fnr the ERECTION 1 of a CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH in Manchester street. Plans and specifications can be seen at the office of the architect. Mr B. W. Monntfort, Cathedral square, from this dats to the 12th of MAY Next, at 4 p.m.. on which day tenders must be sent in addressed to him, endorsed " Tenders for Congregational Church." Christchurch, April 21, 1873. 4-22 3016 AVON ROAD BOARD. mENDERS ARE INVITED FOR— 1. Forming and Shingling Bealey's road. 2. Shingling Daniel's road. 3 Shingling Philpott's road. 4. Supply of Shingle, about 400 cubic yards (screened). 0. Forming Waimakariri Sandhills road. Specifications and plans can be seen at the office, Papanniroad. Tenders must be sent in before four o'clock on Wednesday, the 7th May next. F. T. HASKINS, Clerk to the Board. Road Board office, 29th April, 1873. 4-30 3226 TO BUILDERS. rpENDERS are invited for CLUB-HOUSE, _1 Cambridge terrace. General conditions, specification, and drawings can be seen at my office, where tenders are to be sent addressed, "To the Hon. Sec. of the Canterbury Club." and endorsed "Tender for Club-House," not later than 4 o'clock on MONDAY, the 19th proximo. The lowest or any tender will not neces sarily be accepted. FREDK. STROUTS, M.R.1.8.A., 4-26 3102 Architect. nHENDERS will be received till four A o'clock on Tuesday, 15th May, for the ERECTION of a SCHOOL at St Albans. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted Plans and specfications may be seen at my office. W. B. ARMSON, 5-5 3352 Architect. KAIAPOI BOROUGH COUNCIL. SWING BRIDGE. nPENDERS are invited for LEASING A the TOLLS of the Kaiapoi Swing Bridge for a period of twelve months. Schedule of duties required to be performed by lessee, and cash-book of tolls collected for past years, may be seen on application at the office of the Town Clerk. Tenders, endorsed " Tender for Tolls," must be sent in to the Town Clerk before 6 p.m., 011 Tuesday, May 6th, 1873. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. CHARLES E. DUDLEY, Town Clerk. Kaiapoi Borough Council office, 26th April, 1873. 4-28 3160
Meetings, Entertainments, &c. f p H E AT R E ROYAL. Lkssees ... Messrs Geddcs and Willis. Stage Manager ... Mr G. W. Collior. Novelty upon Novelty ! IMMENSE SUCCESS. THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, LAST NIGHT BUT ONE. Of Henry Leslie's Drama, entitled THE MARINER'S COMPASS. Silas Engleheart ... Mr L. M'Gowan Trafalgar Joe Mr Musgrave Jouathan Scorley Mr D.Clinton RubyDayrell Mr G. W. Collier Captain Stonehouse Mr Lyster Augustus Brown Mr W." Hill Hetty Arnold Mrs Walter Hill Mrs Provost Miss Lizzie Bnshe. Mrs Engleheart ... Miss Cassy Matthews Little Annie Miss Millie Collier Keziah Mrs L. M'Gowau New Scenery and Effects, by 5-7 MR J. S. WILLIS. 3392 /CANTERBURY TV| USIC TTALL. THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, MAY 6th. MADAME - CORA, THE ONLY FEMALE MAGICIAN IN THE WORLD ! WILL APPEAR THIS EVENING, And Distribute her Valuable aud Useful Presents. The Leading Gift for this Evening will be a Silver Plated Tea aud Coffee Service of four 5-6 pieces. 3395 MURRAY'S WORLD CIRCUS. MURRAY'S SPLENDID EQUESTRIAN and ACROBATIC COMPANY Will appear at SOUTHBRIDGE, TUESDAY, MAY 6, KOWAI RACECOURSE, THURSDAY, MAY 8, AND FRIDAY, MAY 9. In addition to the celebrated Julien Troupe, Miss Mary Murray, Mr James Brahme, Messrs Gormon, Ritsou, Madame Zingara, and the Prince of Clowns, Mr M. Murray. Mr W. Moffatt, the champion acrobat of the world, will appear for the first time in Canterbury. Admission, 3s and 2s. Notice —Look out for the great hippodrome. 6-5 3355 CANTERBURY FLAX ASSOCIATION. nuβ-committee meeting TO-MORROW (Wednesday), MAY 7, At 3 p.m. J. A. BIRD, 3367 5-6 Hon. Sec.
Sporting.9 J3IRTHDAY TRACES. MAY 24th, 1873. Stewards : Messrs John Studholme G. B. Parker L. Walker R. H. Campbell P. W. Delamain Jnov Brabazoa F. Courage W. H. Wynn Williams. JUDGE: J. C. Watts Russell. HANDICArPER AND CLERK OP THE SCALES : R. Hustler. Starter: P. Campbell. Clerk of the Course : E. W. Millett. Handicap Hdrdle Race—Of 60 aore., added to a uweepstako of 6 bots. each for acceptors ; entrance 2 sove., to go to the fand. Distance two miles, ove* eight nights of hurdlce. Thre,o horses tlie bfltui fide property of different owners to start, or the public money will not bo. added. Butchers' Purse—Of 15 aove., added to a sweepstake of 1 eov, each ; entrance 10s, to go to the fund. No weight under 10 stone. Distance, one mile. Horses to be ridden by butchers or their men, and must be the bond fide property of butchers within a radius of 3 miles of Christchurch and hare forked in their trade three months previous to the race. No horse having won public money, Butchers' race last year excepted, to bo allowed to run. Victoria Handicap—Of 75 soys., added to a sweopstake of 5 soys. each, for acceptors ; entrance 3 soys., to go to tho fund. Distance, 1J miles. Cavalry Purse—Of 25 eovs.; a sweepstake of 1 soy. each to go to the second horse ; entrance, 1 soy.. to go to the fund ; distance IJ miles ; no weight under list. Tho horse to have been ridden on one parade, and the rider to be a member of the corps. Flying Stakes of 50 soya added to a eweepatake of 5 soya each ; weights for age; winners of one event of f>o soys, since January Ist, 1872, 41bs extra ; of £100 soys or over, 71bs extra, not accumulative ; entrance, &2 10s, to go to the tund ; distance, three-quarter-mile. Hack Race of 10 soys ; entrance, £1 ; distance, half-mile; post entry. Consolation Handicap of 20 eovg; eutrance, £2 ; distance, one mile. The Rules of the C.J.C. will be etrictiy adhered to. Nominations for the Handicap Hurdle Race aud Victoria Handicap to close at 8 o'clock p.m., on Friday, May the 9th. Weights will be declared and published on or about Thursday, the 15th May. Entrances for all other races, and acceptances for handicaps, to close on Mouday, the 19th Hay, at 8 o'clock p.m. Nominations to be sent to tho Honorary Secretary, at Tattersall's, enclosing entrance fees, and in case of acceptances, sweepetakea. Five per cent of the gross proceeds of winners will be deducted for expenses of the Course. E. a. QRIFFITH, 4-15 2793 Hon. Sec.
Electioi Notices. r pHE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARJfI OBJECTED TO as NOT being entitled to have their Names retained on the List of Voter FOE THE . ■ ■ ' ' ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF LYTTELTON. Christian Name and Surname Nature of • Name and of each Person Place of Abode. the supposed Ground of Objection. place of abode Objected to. Qualification. ' of Objector. Atkinson, Joseph Dampier's Bay household Property insufficiently described Bailey, Stephen Lyttelton household - Removed Bailey, Thomas Lyttelton household Removed Bradley, John . St. David street household Unmoved Brook, Thomas Richard Lyttelton household Removed Brown, John Thompson Voelas road freehold Insufficient description Bunker, Richard, jun. London etreet household Removed Connolly, Joseph Lyttelton household Removed Culliford, Alfred Lyttelton . household Removed Cummins, William London street freehold (1) Ceased to possess household (2) Removed Cummins, William Henry Salt's gully freehold (1) Ceased to possess household (2) Removed Currie, James Lyttelton household • Removed D'Authoreau, William Lyttelton household Removed Day, David Dublin street leasehold Ceased to possess Day, William Lyttelton leasehold Ceased to possess a Dunlop, Frank Lyttelton household Removed -S Ebert, John Lyttelton household Removed H Edgar, Samuel Lyttelton leasehold Ceased to possess *"! Ellisdon, Edward Sallows Lyttelton. leasehold Ceased to possess tf J? Favile, John Thomas Lyttelton household Removed j£ Fyfe, John George London street leasehold Lease expired *r £ Gaynor, George Brenchly Farm leasehold I lease expired _- § *S Green, Samuel Lyttelton household Removed S -9 Griffiths, Evan Lyttelton leasehold Ceased to possess < o Jz; -5 Hargreaves, William Henry Exeter street freehold Censed to possess § -g Haslock, William Lyttelton household Removed | S) Hillier, William Jackson's road household Removed « <S Johnston, George Jackson's road, Lyttelton household Removed !"3 Julian, Joseph William Norwich quay leasehold Ceased to possess g Lanauze, Henry Oooke The Ngaios household Removed Louttit, Peter Lyttelton household Removed Mather, George Lyttelton household Removed Head, John Lyttelton freehold Dead Morgan, John Albert Lyttelton household Removed Packard, William Lyttelton household Removed Percy, John*" Lyttelton leasehold Ceased to possess Perrin, Henry John Augustus Winchester street household Removed Plummer, George Lyttelton household .Removed Porteous, George Lyttelton ) household Removed Ralph, Joseph Charles Lyttelton household Removed Recce, Edward Lyttelton leasehold Ceased to poseesa Roberts, William Henry Lyttelton household Removed Roper, Edward William London street household . Removed Sherrard, Amos Killincby, Ellesmere leasehold Ceased to possess Sinclair, Ebenezer Lyttelton household Removed Sinclair, William Lyttelton household Removed Strickland, David Oxford street leasehold Lease expired Wales, William Lyttelton leasehold Insufficient description . Ward, Joseph Highland cottage household Removed Ware, George Lyttelton household Removed Whitby, William Lyttelton household Removed Williams, Henry Lyttelton freehold Insufficient description . - t J NEW CLAIM. Christian Name and Surname Nature of Name flnd of Place of Abode. the supposed Ground of Objection. placeof abode each Person Objected to. Qualification. of Objector. Hawkins, Robert Antigua street, Christ- leasehold Not iv district - Q J I |€ church jg g « 5 L_ : h* NOTICE.—These objections will be beard by the Revising Officer for that purpose. WM. DONALD, 2 Registration Officer,
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