THE FOUNDATION STONE OF €\[t ffltm €\jwi\) at Xqtidtntt WILL BE LAID (1). V.) BY J. R. GODLEY, ESQ. ON SATURDAY, 24th. APRIL NEXT. IHbtiu £berbue AT the TEMPORARY CHURCH at 11 a.m., AFTER WHICH, Upon proceeding to the Site of the proposed Church, the Foundation Stone will be laid with the usual ceremonies. W. Donald, Hon. Sec. Church Building Committee. JETTY AT LYTTELTON, rpENDERS will be received at the Office -*- until Thursday the 15th instant, for the Farming of the Tolls of the Jetty at Lyttelton. Conditions of Contract and amount of Receipts during the last year may be seen at the Accountants' Office. ' John Robert Godley, Agent of the Canterbury Association. Lyttelton, April 1, 1852. I Contract for Lock up at Christehurch. SEALED TENDERS in duplicate will be received at this Office, up to Monday the 19th instant, for the Erection of a Lock-up at Christehurch. Drawings and Specifications may be seen at the Land Office, Christehurch, from and after Monday the 12th inst. Charlks Simeon, Resident Magistrate. Resident Magistrates' Office, Lyttelton. Contract for Metalling a Portion of the Christehurch and Sumner Eoad. SEALED TENDERS will be received at this Office up to Monday, 12th April, for the Cartage and delivery of Metal on a portion of the Road, extending from Christehurch Quay to the Town of Christehurch. Specifications for the work may he seen at this Office on and after Monday the sth April. John Robert Godley, Agent of the Canterbury Association. Land Office, Christehurch, March 31, 1852. LYTTELTON GRAND LOTTERY THE DRAWING will take place at the Canterbury Hotel, Lyttelton, on Thursday, next, the 15th inst., at 12 o'clock at noon. Tickets can now only be had of Mr. Tribe, Canterbury Street; Mr. R. Davis, Canterbury Hotel ; at the" Lyttelton Times'' office ; and at the Golden Fleece, Christehurch. AS MONTHLY NURSE. MRS. LEAKE respectfully informs the ladies of Lyttelton and its Vicinity, that she can give most respectable references as to her capabilities as above. Address to Section No. 312, Lyttelton. WANTED TO PURCHASE, A QUARTER-ACRE Town Section in Christehurch. Apply by letter, stating full particulars, to H.8.G., at Mr. Buiminghanrs, carpenter, near the church, Christehurch. Pasturage, Lyttelton. ALL persons desirous of making arrangements for depasturing Cattle, Horses, he, on No. li) 3 Pasturage, situated adjoining Brenchley Farm, Lyttelton, are requested to apply to the undersigned on or before the 25th instant, as after that date the owners of the Cattle, Horses, &c. found depasturing thereon without License, will be liable to action for trespass. A. J. At/port. 2, Norwich Quay, Lyttelton, March 3, 1852. '
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Lyttelton Times, Volume II, Issue 66, 10 April 1852
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Lyttelton Times, Volume II, Issue 66, 10 April 1852
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