Wanted. WANTED, a smart Waiter. Apply Clarendon. 9-13 9543 WANTED, Barmaids for the No. 1 and No. 2 bars at the Mitke Hotel, Lyttelton. 9-3 8011 "VS7ANTFD, a Purchaser for the Lease and T T Goodwill of a General !f tore und B ikery. Apply to John Mapdisok, Irwell. 9-11 9419 WANTED, the Address of J. Bird, bootmaker ; wan at Timarn a week ago. E. P. Bbktley, Doyleston. 9-It 9426 WANTED, a Gardener. Apply Saundebs & Henderson, Licbfield street. 9-13 9517 WANTED, a Stoam Engine, new, or good second-hand, cot less than 18-horse power. J. G. Brown, commission agent, Cashel street. 8-13 7978 WANTED, a fow good house Carpenters and Joiners for fixing. Apply Al Hotel; or G. L. Beats and Co.'s new buildings, Cashel street. 9-10 93i6 ANTED to Borrow a Sum of .£5500 for two years, at 8 per cent, interest, on first-class Freehold security. Apply to Bos No. 10, Chief Post-office, Chrittchurch. ' 9-7 9245 WANTED, by a lady, an engagement as Housekeeper, or any positiou of trust. Good references. Address A.8., Pot Office, Christehurch. 9-11 9380 WANTED, a Married Couple, without ennmbrmce, to manage an Hotel. Apply Victoria Brewery, Waltham, before Ham. 9 13 9549 WANTED, a first-class Baiter for a country store. Apply with testimonials to Mr McMillan, Corwar, Barrhill. 9-11 9397 WANTED, a Gardener. Apply personally, at Mr Wat's office, Hereford street, Christchurch, on Wednesday, Thnrsday, ■or Friday, the 11th, 12th, or 13th .ins*., at 10 o'clock a.m. 9-11 9420 ANTED, to LET the New BILLIARD HOOM at the British Hotel, Lyttelton, where one of All ock's best tables is now placed. For terms apply to Mrs Dβ Costa, British Hotel, Lyttelton. 9-11 9408 WANTED, a Schoolmaster and Sewing Mistrese for Broadfield school; a married man preferred. Certificates as to compeiency will be received till 20th September, 1878, by Mr Robert Aiken, Commissioner, Broadfield school, near Prebbleton. 9-13 9515 WANTED, a Married Couple for a station • the man to thephurd. kill, and make himseltgenerally useful (Scotchman preferred) ; the woman to cook and bake bread ; also, a Man Cook for a station wanted. Apply to Miles, Hassal & Co. 9-13 9523 f AND TO CLEAB.—Wanted Tenders for JLJ Clearing 200 Acrea' of Manuka Scrub. Apply to S. JjQSBOCK, Fernside. .9-13 9522 TO MILLINERS-WANTED, an Experienced Hand. Apply DtjnstableHotjse, ' 8 26 8581 AYOUNtf MAKKIED LADY, redidiug- in the country, is desirous of meeting with a young Lady who would be willing to assist in vtry light household duties and resido with her as friend and companion upon terms of perfect equßlity. For full particular*, address J.G., Winslow Post oflice 9-10 9371 lost and Found Q/\S REWARD — STRAYED, from St. MvF Asaoh. street, on Sunday last, Bth inst, Iron Grey GELDING, rising 3 yenxs old ; had on a new horse cover. Above reward will be paid to anyone bringing same to the Glasgow Bakery, corner Colombo and Martin streets. . 9-11 9403 £*-i REWARD. -Lost, from New Brighton, c&JL a dark cheanut GELDING, branded rtvt -~.>-oJinnHfir: star Jin forehead ; reet white. The aooVe rewsrdwiu-DejuiiH to any person bringing the same ts Mr J. Pass's Stables. 9-13 9525 T OST— On Monday evening, from the Sail. jLJ way Station, juet after the arrival of the Dunedin express train, a black leather travelling BAG. addressed C. L. Wiggins, Christchurch. The finder will be rewnrded on leaving the same with Mr 0. W. Duckworth, High etreet. 9-12 9*71 Public Companies.
DUSET SOUND COPPEE MINING COMPANY. Capital .350,000,-iii stares of £1 each. Is6d on applies*"- > 2zS a uu naotmeav - THE .FKOSPECTUS of this 'Company is now ISSUED, and may be had at the Branches of the Colonial Bank, where applications for shares, will be received till 21st September. GEOBGE WATSON, 9-13 9543 Secretary, Pr.nets street, Dunedin. City . Council. CHEISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL. ELECTION oFcpUNCILLOES. I HEREBY Give T^otico' that the following are the number* of VOTES given for each Candidate at the ELECTION held THIS DAY :— JAS. GAPE 3 1292 WM. "WILSON 932 A. AYEB-i 667 J. A". BIBD 615 C. E. BKIGG3 492 E. H. BANKS 383 ' H. TOOMBE ... 291 WM. TEEMAYNE ... 233 And I therefore declare the FIB3T THREE Gentlemen DULY ELECTED as Councillors, -viz,, Messrs Jas. Gapes, Wm. Wilson, and .Aaron Avers. GEO. LESLIE LEE. Eeturning Officer. City Council Chambers, 12th Sept., 1878. Properties for Sale, •TTTaEEHOLD COTTAGES, within the Belts. J? Bargains J ! Suburban Freeholds On easy terms. . j J. B. DALE & CO., Cathedral square. Properties to let. HOUSES TO BE LET, in all p«te of . Chriatchurch and suburbs. Shfips and T*cant Plots to be Let on Lease. J. B. DALE A. CO., Cathedral equare. TO LET at the ASHBUEtfON FORKS—A BLACKSMITH'S SHOP and Working Took connected therewith; also, a Dwdlinglurase «onneeted therewith, at a very low rent. ApplvioPHiMP TiacH, Spread Eagle Hotel. Ashburfen Forks. 9-12 9506 TO LEI', in the centre of town, a larec and commodious YAED. WOEKSHOP, OFFICE, and 6TABLE, suitable for a timber merchant or a builder. Apply Thos. Pillow, opposite Oddfellows' Hall, Lichfield street. 9*13 9044 OFFICES TO LET, FTHB SOUTH BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY'S NEW BUILDING, in Hereford street, near the Bank of New Zealand. The accommodation is unrivalled in Chrifltcbtirch, and is of a kind more especially suitable for solicitors, surveyors, or public corporations. The rooms are now open .<*>. inspection For rental and other particulars J. DBUMMONP MACPHEBfION. THE BICCABTON ESTATE. VALUABLE BUILDING SITES TO BE LET, with purchasing , clause, One Acre, Half-Acre, and Quarter-Acre Sections, having to Knuwnock Hauler Park. Some of these sections maybe purchased, if desired, on very easy terms of payment. • T "if MALDSQ & CO., Hereford street. 8-16 8145
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