- Wanted. CITY HOTEL. WANTED for the above hotel, an experienced Barmaid. Good references required. Apply, J. W. Oram. 11.25 3015 JZ T7I7"ANTED, a General Servant, where a a Tf muse is kept; good references real quired. Apply Mrs Fred. Hobbs, Glount cester street East, opposite new school. 0 B f; . ' " ■ , _ ' 2935 WANTED on a Station up-country, a Man and his Wife (without family), the man as gardener, wife to cook and wash. 58 Apply to HanMeb akd Habpeb, Solicitors, £ Hereford street,'Christchurch.', , 12-4 §276 WANTED, a good General Servant; housemaid kept. References required. Apply Mrs Melville, Ironside. 12-4 3293 WANTED, for-np-country, a General Servant. Wages, £30 per annum, f, Apply Mr Allen, Golden Age Hotel. ■' ' *2-4 3292 • / ■■'• '—'. ■'■■:'■■'; : .}.' W*~ ANTED, a good General Servant. Apply to Mrs SHEATH, Armagh street, Cranmer square. '. 12-4 3279 3 TT7ANTED, a Situation by a married a Tv man, who has had sixteen yeara 4, ) f experience of all kinds of stock in the east V of Scotland, and thoroughly understands scab and foot-rot. ; Apply A.8., office of this s paper, Lyttelton. 12-4 3297 "TTTANTED, about Christmas, a House .'•Tv containing about seven rooms. Near _ the Domain preferred. 8.G.N., Box 166, f Post-office. 1130 3158 * ¥/¥7~ANTED, a good General Servant. if' Two in family. References required. » Apply between ten and three to Mrs O. A. '' Pbitohabd, next Pbess office: 12-4 3820 ANTED, a Gentleman Lodger, in a private family. Bank or mercantile f gentleman preferred. Only one other lodger. Apply W. B, T., office of this paper. i b ■•. -12-4,8319 WANTED, immediately, a competent Man, to take charge of a Wholesale and Retail r Grocery Business. ' Apply personally, at the store of the late Mr Huriia"E, Norwich Quay, Lyttelton. : 12-2 3220 ANTED," a competent Man, to look after, valuable Cattle/ .-Apply }-k * R. H. Campbell, Tattersali'j. 12-3 3246 LOUGHMEN.—Three ,good. Ploughmen wanted for Mr Hall's station, Hororata. j Liberal wages for good steady Apply to J. J. Parkeb, Registry office,"High street. ' i 12-3 -.:-, ... .;-:■'. 3242 ' "' Q HEARING. — CHEVIOT >HILLS.r-\ O Twelve good Shearers wauted, price 22s - per 100 and found. Apply ' personally or 3 by telegram to Geobge MaomiLlan, £ Cheviot. 12-3 3243 ANTED, a Married Couple ; the man as cook, the woman as general set-' ' vant. None but competent people need } apply. Apply Uncle Tom's, High Btreet. i H. Allchist. : 11-27 3057 Meetings, Amusements, &c. f /CHRISTCHURCH RURAL SPORTS. 1 LATIMER SQUARE. ANNIVERSARY DAY, THURSDAY, DEC 16th, 1375., * Pbogbamme. I To commence at twelve o'clock precisely. 1. Boys' Race, under fourteen, 440 yards ; , Ist prize, 20s; 2nd, 10s ; 3rd, 6s ; , entrance, Is 2. Boys' Race, under sixteen, one mile ; Ist > prize, 30s; 2nd, 10s; 3rd, 6s; entrance, Is " 3. Men's Race, 440 yards ; Ist prize, £2 ; L 2nd, 203 ; entrance, 2s 6d 4. Boys' Three-legged Race, under sixteen, ; 220 yards ; Ist prize, 20s ; 2nd, 10a ; t entrance, Is | 5. His Honor the Superintendent's Prize for Amateurs, half-mile ; 'Ist prize, £3 3s ; 2nd, 20s ; entrance, 2s 6d > 6. Handicap Walking Race, two miles; Ist prize, £3 ; 2nd, 20s ; 3rd, 10s ; entrance, 2s 6d 7. Boys' Race, under sixteen, 220 yards; Ist prize, 30a; 2nd, 10a; 3rd, 6a; entrance, 2s \ 8. Men's Three-legged Race, 440 yards; Ist prize, £2 ; 2nd, 15s ; entrance, Is 9. His Worship the Mayor's Prize (given by Mr Hobbs"), 100 yards; Ist prize, £3 3s ; 2nd, £1 Is ; entrance, 2s 6d r 10. Messrs Coates and Co's Cup, Standing \ High Leap ; Ist prize, cup, £2 2a ; 2nd, 208 ; 3rd, 10s ; entrance, 2s 6d _ 11. Running in Sacks (masked), 220 yards; Ist prize, £2; 2nd, 203; entrance, 2s 6d 12. Boys' Race, under fourteen, 220 yards; Ist prize, 20s ; 2nd, 10s ; 3rd, 6s; entrance, 6d 13. Wheelbarrow Race (blind) ; Ist prize, £2 ; 2nd, 20s j entrance, 2s 14. Hurdle Race, 440 yards; Ist prize, £3 ; * 2nd, 20s; entrance, 2s 6d. Height, 1 4ft s 15. Vaulting with Pole (to start at 6ft 6in) ; Ist prize, £3 3s ; 2nd, 20s ; 3rd, 10s ; entrance, 2s 6d 16. Messrs Peteisen and Co's Cup, Running r High Jump (to start at 4t't 6in) ; Ist prize, cup, £2 2s; 2nd, 20s; 3rd, 10a ; entrance, 2s 6d ' 17. Boys' Race, under sixteen, 440 yards : Ist prize, 30a ; 2nd, 10s ; 3rd, 5a ;' entrance, Is 18. Egg and Spoon Race, open to all, 220 yards ; Ist prize, 20s ; 2nd, 15s ; entrance, Is 19. Boys' Sack Race, sixteen, 220 1 yards; Ist prize, £i; 2nd, 10s; 3rd, I 5s ; entrance, free i At two o'clock, :, One Mile Handicap : prize value £5 5s ; en- . trance, 2s 6d I At three o'clock, ». Two Mile Handicap ; prize value £10 10j ; 1 entrance, 5s : The Best Athletic Costume, 20s. Rales and other details in a future advertisement. By order of the committee, 1 BOBT. P. CKOBBIE, 8 12-4 3280 Hon Sec, pro tern. r : FRIESTON WESLEYAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY, HARE WOOD f ROAD. On Sunday next (tomorrow), two sermons S will be preached in the above church by Mr Luxford; in the morning at 11, and in the afternoon at 2.30 p.m. Collections after each service in aid of the trust fund. On j. Wednesday, December Btb, there will be a public tea meeting, after which addresses will be delivered by the Revs A. R. Fitchett, J. Berry, and other gentlemen. The choir will sing choice pieces at inter- - vals. Tea on the table at 6 p.m. * Admission, Is 6d. 12-4 3288 i ~ H.A.C.B.S.—BRANCH 82. 5 mHE QUARTERLY MEETING of above JL Branch will be held at the usual place , on THURSDAY, December 9th, at 7.3.Q p.m. I. Business: Nomination of officers, receiving of coatri.-. s butions, and report of fete committee. 801 l called at 8.30 pm. B. FRANCIS HOULIHAN, 12 4 3318 Secretary.
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