Wanted. ANTED, a General Servant. Apply at the Rotal Hotel, Lyttelton. 9-3 7723 WANTED, a competent Second Hand for the Kitchen. His Lordship's Lardsb. t)-5 7844 WANTED, a thoroughly competent Man as Sight Porter. Apply E. Cookson, Commercial Hotel. 9-5 7801 WANTED, a good Horse Shoer. Apply to A. R. Kibk, Canterbury Foundry". 9-5 7794 WANTED, by an experienced Ploughman, a Situation. Apply S. H., care of Rev. J. B. Richardson, St. Albans. 9-5 7825 WANTED, a geod Cook. Apply to Mr Chablbs Fobtbb, Middleton, next the station. 9-6 7812 WANTED, a Tenant for 540 acres of Land, all in wheat; first crop. A pply to J. T. Ford & Co., C.shel street, Christchurch. 9-5 7800 WANTED, a Weekly Supply of Fresh Butter and Eggs. Hamilton's Stobe, corner of Armagh and Barbadoes Btreets. 9 4 7770 WANTED, on the Bafetaa and Ashbnrton Forks Railway, Fifty Good Men. Shingle filling. None but good men need apply to Mr M. Lake, on the Works. 9-4 7748 WANTED, for the general blacksmithing, a smart, active Lad, not under sixteen years, as an apprentice; no other need apply. Wm. Tatlob, engineer, Ohoka. 9-3 7729 WANTED, a Houßeiaaid. References required. Apply to Mrs Vincent, Colombo street, opposite City Brewery. 9-2 7659 WANTED, fifty Pick and Shovel Men, twalve months' employment for good men. Apply Taylor and Danaheb, Contractor 3, Henderson's Mill, Auckland. 9-3 7700 ANTED, a Girl between sixteen and seventeen years of age, to make herself generally useful. Good home. Apply, personally or by letter, to Mr F. Basufokd, Ocean View Hotel, Governor's Bay. 9-5 7811 ANTED to Rent, One Acre of Ground, - with Ten-roomed House and Stables. The ground nicely laid out. In the neighborhood of Riocarton preferred. If suitable will be taken for a few years. Apply to I. Hebman, Jeweller, High street. 9-4 7747 WANTED KNOWN, that Dr. Turnbnll will Address the Electors in the interest of Sir George Grey at Feathers' Hotel, Addington, on Friday evening, September sth, at half-past seven, and at the Old Oddfellows' Hall, Lichfield street, on Saturday evening, September 6th, at half-past seven. 9-5 7796 WANTED KNOWN — That the best quality Stoneware Drain Pipeß, Fire Bricks, Bricks, Fire and Bed Tiles, Fire Clay, Lime, Cement, Flower Pots, Posts and Rails, Chimney Tops, Pans, Jars, and also Coals and Firewood, ara on Sale at Wa. Nbighboub's Yards, Tnam and Colombo streets, Christchurch, at lowest current rates. 5-1 1436 T~ O~TAILORS—Wanted, first-class Colt Hands. No others need apply. Hobbs AND Co., Cathedral square. 8-23 7265 BOOT FACTORY.—WANTED, J Good Hands for Pegged Work. Constant employment. Apply Hbvmanson.Low & Co. ■ 9-5 7821 Eiost and Found* T OST—Ladies' Silver WATCH and CHAIN, _I_J between Beath's and Ballantyne's. Rewarded by leaving same at Mr J. T. Matson'b, Papanui Road. 9-5 7822 TEN SHILLINGS REWARD — Strayed from Canal Rsserve, Woolston, a brown COW, branded C.T. on side. The finder will receive the above reward oh returning the same to Mr Wm. Kbiohlby. 9-5 7821 STOLEN OR STRAYED from tha Styx, a strawberry COW. Anyone giving information to the undersigned that shall lead to her recovery will be rewarded. Anyone detaining her after this notice will be prosecuted. Moib and Co., Gloucester street, Christchurch. 9-3 7728 City Council. ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. THE following PERSONS have been duly NOMINATED, viz. :— South-East Ward. Aaron Ayers Albert Caff Chas. Partridge Hulbert Samuel Manning. South-West Wabd. Reuben Binstead Robt. West England Ch&3. Bicg Taylor Wm. Vincent. Nobth-West WAbd. Nelson King Cherrill James Gapes Thos. Stoddart Lambert. North-East Wabd. Rookwood Comport Bishop Wm. Stewart King Henry Thomson Michael Marshall Wyatt. I therefore declare Messrs N- K. Cherrill, Jas. Gapes, and T. S. Lambert, for the Northwest Ward, DULY ELECTED. And a POLL for Three Councillors will take place for each of the other Wards on THURSDAY, the 11th September, at the following places, viz.: — North-East Wabd : Orange Hall, Worcester street East. South-t?ast Wabd : St. John's School-room, Hereford street East. South-West Wabd : St. Michael's School-room, Durham street South. GEO. LESLIE LEE, Returning Officer. Council Office, 4th September, 1879. 9-5 7800 STREET WATERING RATE. "TtrOTTCE is hereby given that, in compliance J3I with a petition presented to the Council, signed by a majority of the burgesses in that portion of lithe city described hereianndvr, it '8 the intention Of the Christchurch City Council to make a separate RATS of lid ia tho £ on the portion of the city aforesaid for the twelve months ending the Ist day of November, 1880, and to be PAYABLE in one sum on the 3rd day of NOVEMBER, 1879, for the purpo-e of 1 watering certain portions of streets situated in the said portion of the city. The portion of the city is bounded as follows :-- Colombo street, from Colombo street to Tuam street Manchester street, from Cashel street to r*onth town belt __Cashel street, from Manchester street to river Avcn Hereford street, from Oxford Terrace to Mancheater street Victoria street, from Colombo street to North town belt High street, from Colombo street to St. ; Asaph street Lichfield street, from Colombo street to High street Oxford torrace, from Caahel street to Lichfield street. Tha first special MEETING of the City Council for approving of making the said Rate •will be held on MONDAY, the 15th day of September next, at 6.45 o'clock p.m. The rate book is open for inspection during office hours at the office of tho Town Clerk. By order, P. T. EASKLNS, Town Clerk. City Council Office, September Ist, 1879. 8-1 7657 IMPOUNDED at Lincoln, from Mr W. Pearson's Farm, Springston Swamp, September 2nd— Chesnnt draught MARE, shod all round, two big knees, white blaxe down face, white mark under the jawß. No visible brand. If not eMmed on or before 16th instant will be sold. I 9-5 7834 M. FINCH, Poandkeeper. j
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