fc* .'"■■. DISTRICT 0 RDEB. Volunteer Office, Christchurch, Bth November, ISJ7, By order of the Officer Commanding the Forces the SERVICES of the CHRISTCHURCH GAURISO& BAND are DISPENSED WITH from this date. * H. GORDON, Lieutenant-Colonel, 917 Commanding Canterbu.y District. ■ PROSPECTUS. THE CHICAGO GOLD MINING COMPANY, TARARU CREEK, THAMES. Under the Mining Conin-ini»3 Act, 1894. No Liability. J CAPITAL « „ £25,000. In 50,000 shares of 10s each, of which 25,000 full* paid up go the vendors, 12,500 ar* reserved for future issue, and 12,500 are now offered to the public on tbt following: terms :— Is on application Iβ on allotment Palance as required in calls not fxceediair Is dm snare, in calls of not less than one month. - TIHE CHICAGO SPECIAL CLAIM, 100 Acre* situated in the Upper Taram Creek. Bounded on the north by the Vulcan, north-west by the Scandinavian, south-west by the Royal Sovereien and southeast by the Scottish Chief. ' The prospectus and all information concsmln* the above Company can now be obtained from W. N. MACBETH, Manager, 11 Inglis Building • op W. J. HOPKINS and CO., 903 Share Brokers, 10 Inglis Building* ELECTION NOTICES. WOOLSTOtf BOROUGH COUNCIL. ELECTION OP MAYOR. IT is hereby notified that in pursuance of the Municipal Corporations Act, 1886, and tht Regulation of Local Elections Act, 1876, the ANNUAL ELECTION OF MAYOR of the B rough of Woofoton will be held on WEDNESDAY, the 24th day of ■ November, 1897. Nomination of Candidates must be made in the form prescribed in the Regulation of liocal Elections Act, 1876, accompanied with a deposit of £10, and delivered to mc at the B rough Council Office. Woolston, before NOON on WEDNESDAY, the 17th November, 1897. WM. WILLS, Returning Officer. Woolaton, 6th November, 1897. 782 BOROUGH OF ST. ALBANS. ELECTION OF MAYOR. f HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, in pursuance of the prtvl. I. sions of th Municipal Corporations Act, 1886, and the Regulation of Local Elections Art, 1876, and amendments thereto, that the ANNUAL ELECTION OP MAYOR will be held on WEDNESDAY, tho 34th day of Noveniber, 1897, at the Borough Council Chamber, Papanui road. NOMINATION Papers, which must be in the form set forth in the second schedule of the last-mentioned Act, must be addressed to the Returning Officer and delivered at the Borough Council OJllce, togethei with a depositor £10, by uooo, on TUESDAY the 16th day of November, 1837. W. F. BEATSON, _. ... Returning Officer. St. Albans, November 9th, 1897. 7jy THE NEW CAVERSHAM, CORNER OP LOWER HIGH AND MADRAS STREETS. MR E. RAVENHILL HAS muoh pleasure in informiuff the Public th»t he has REBUILT THAT WELL-KNOWN HOSTELRY, THE CAVERSHAM. It will new be found replete with all Modem Con* venienece, and Every Comfort is provided for patrcne, A SPACIOUS DINING-ROOM has been added, art the Cuisine is in tho hands of a Capable Chef. Suites of Rooms for Families. Airy and Well* furnished Double and Single Bedrooms, The Best Stabling Accommodation in Canterbury. Wines and Spirits of the Best Brands only kept; E. RAVENHILL, PROPRIETOR. O PRIMG Cleaning. New designs in Carpets, Floor. k3 cloth*, Linoleums, and all kinds of Furnishing?" Drapery. Baiiantyne and Co. FUNERAL NOTICES fTUNTER and COMPANY •*■■*■ MONUMENTAL WORKERS, Junction of Colombo street and South Belt CHRISTCHUROH. We Manufacture on the Premises to Any Deeign— Monuments, Tombs, Crosses, Tablets, Baptismal Fonts, Water Fountains, Garden Vases and Pedestals ; also, House Carvings. Designs and Estimates on Application. SEW PATTERNS IN IRON RAILINGS CHEAT, Concrete Kerbings. For the purpose of Clearing Stock, are Selling at 10 per cent. Under Current Prices. Friends of Mr A. H. Feilinerhani are invited! ■ to attend the Funeral of liis late son, Henry Hope SUnnard, leaving his residence, 129 Manchester street, for the Public Cemetery, at 3 p.m. This Day. W LANGFORD, Funeral Director and Embelmer, corner of North and East belt. Telephone 387. 909 D. SYKES, ""UNDERTAKER, &o. FUNERALS FURNISHED with respectability it LOWEST CURRENT KATES. CORNER OASHEL and DURHAM STREETS, Orders after 6 p.m. received at tho Fruit Shop, nfflrt door. LANGFORD, UNDERTAKER AND UNIVERSITY CERTIFICATED EMBALMER. Funerals entrusted to mc receive prompt attrition. Bodies removed to all parts of the world looking quite life-like. No expensive leaden coffins and positively no mutilation of the body Charges within the reaoa of all classes. , , tM Residence- Corner North-east belt. Telephones* Town Office—l 33 Colombo street Telephoae 80*.; J EGGLESTON, UNDERTAKER, kc. Late B. W. Walters and Co. All kinds of Polished and Covered Coffins Mad* Toirn and Country Ordere Attended to witA Punctuality. Address—lßo DURHAM STREET. Telephone No. 901. REASONABLE CHARGES. (JEORGE BARRELIi, Certificated EMBALMER and UNDERTAKER, The science of Embalming, as practised now ja Great Britain an* America, ie now being perfornsea by the above, who can now preserve the body to keep until arrival of friends from any distance. Funerals conducted at strictly Low Charge*, 55 Durham itrett South. Telephone 591. J. LAMB AND SON, UNDERTAKERS EMBALMER 8. No. 35, LICHFIELD STREET. Telephone 361 i

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7, Press, Volume LIV, Issue 9881, 11 November 1897

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