PUBLIC NOTICES. M-ESSRS PACSHAM, WALKER, and COCKAYNE . be-j to THANK most heartily their numerous friends and neighbours for the invaluable and pronip« £ assistance rendered during the fire on their properties at New Brig-hton on Saturday evening- last. * 1286 a A PPLICATIONS are invited unta noon on TUES- »■ _T_w. CAY, 21st instant, for the POSITION ol ■r ASSISTANT RESIDENT MEDICAL OFFICER at v tie Chnstchurch HospitaL Salarj- £100 per annum c including board and residence, i", By order, W. M. n 13 ° 1 Secretary. HOTEL TO LET. 7 /COUNTRY HOUSE DOING A GOOD BUSINESS, v> , Apply FLETCHER, HUMPHREYS and CO., 127 ? Cathedral Square. t 1695-6. SUMMER. 1895-6. HATS. HATS. HATS. SHAPE. EVERY QUALITY. > BLACK HATS. CUBA HATS HATS FOR OLD MEN HATS FOR YOUNG MEN , THE ASYNCRITUS aNCOMPABABLE) HAT THE FLEXIBLE FEATHER-WEIGHT HAT THE COOL SPRING HAT. ; ALL THE NEWEST SHAPES JUSr TO HAND. W. A. TRIBE & CO., UP-TO-DATE HOUSE, 219 High street (Next to Ashby, Bergh and Co., Ironmongers). I FOR FURNITURE GO TO LAWRENCE & KIRCHER, Where you will gret the LATEST DESIGNS and BEST VALUE in Christchurch. See windows. 104 HIGH STREET, Opposite W. Strange and Co. MEETINGS, &c. SYDENHAM PP.OniBITION LEAGUE Will meetIn the We.sieyan Schoolroom, THIS EVENING, at 7.30 P.M. Important Business. 1505 DRUIDS—OAK OF SYDENHAM LODGE. rpHS -New-■ HALL wai be OPENED by District JL Grand President Bro. W. Bailey, at 8 o'clock j sharp, TO-MORROW EVENING (January Bth), After which the Half-Yearly SUMMONED MEETING WILL BE HELD. 12? 5 A. HULBERT, A.P. ELECTION NOTICES. CHRISTCHURCH PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN—I beg to inform you that lam a Candidate for the vacant seat in the representation of the City, caused by the appointment of the Hon. W. P. Reeves to the position of Agent-General. In asking you to entrust mc with the exercise of your political power, I wish to assure you that if I win your confidence I shall always endeavour to discharge the responsible duties of the position fearlessly in your industrial, commercial, and social interests. I shall take an early opportunity of addressing you upon leading political questions, and invite your im--partial consideration of the merits of my candidature. . Yours faithfully, * THOMAS E. TAYLOR. P.S.—Claims to vote may be obtained and witnessed at my office, Cashel street, opposite Press office , 1252 c LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND CANTERBURY DISTRICT. ' In the matter of The Companies Act, 1832, AXD In the matter of the " Sun " Newspaper Printing Company, Limited, a Company incorporated under the provisions of the above Act, having its registered office situated at Christchurch, in the above-named district. HIS HONOUR MR JUSTICE DENNISTON has, by an Order dated the nineteenth day of December, 1895, appointed George William Hulmr, of Hereford street, Christchurch, accountant, to be the Official Liquidator of the above-named Company. The creditors of the above-named Company are required, on or before the twentieth day of January, 1896, to send their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts or claims and the names and addresses of their solicitors, if any, to the said Georg-e William Hulme, as such Official Liquidator, and if so required by notice in writing from the said Official Liquidator, are by their solicitors to come in and prove their said debts or claims at the Registrar's Office, in the Supreme Courthouse, at Christchurcb, at such time as shall he specified in such notice, or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved. Friday, the 7th day of February, 1896, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Registrar's said office, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the said debts and claims. # Dated this 6th day of January, 1896. A. R. BLOXAM, 1276 Registrar. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. PUBLIC WORKS STORES CONTBACT. TENDERS will be received at the Public Works Offices, Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin, and the Chief Surveyor's Office, InrercargiH, up till Noon of FRIDAY, the 17th January," 1896; for the supply and delivery of GENERAL IRONMONGERY and other STORES for the year 1896. They are to be addressed to the Minister for Public Works, and marked outside, "Tender for Stores." Specifications, _c, may be seen at the above-men-tioned offices. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. ■ . By command, ' W. H. HALES, Engineer-in-Chief. Public Works Office, Wellington, 20th December, 1335. 766 TRAMWAY NOTICES. SUMNER EXCURSION. npO-NIGET, at 7.15 (weather permitting). SIXPENCE RETURN. GARRISON BAND IN ATTENDANCE. ■■ . ■ 1309 CITY AND SUBURBAN TRAMWAY. "OXCU2SION TRAMS to PESB, NEW BRIGHTON Return Fare by 10.10 a.m. and 7.15 p.m. SIXPENCE. gg LOST AND FOUND. T OST, on January 4 th, from Ward street, AddingJLi ton, a Bay HORSE, about 15$ hands. Finder will be retraided oa returning to C. Berg , , Ward street, Addington. 1308 1 i&T, or taken by mistake, an UMBRELLA, -with JLi initials E.M. on handle, between F. Cook's and Cook and Ross , on Friday, 3rd. Owner would be obliged if returned to F. Cook, Grocer, Colombo street. . 3291 W~~" "AHOO," for Indigestion, is to be Obtained from E. W. Hall, Madras and Armagh rtreeU. 2»6d. - 33U
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