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(From the New Zealand Government Gazette, Province of Canterbury, Nov. 18,,/ Superintendent's Office, Christchurch, Nov. 18, 1853. HIS HONOR THE SUPERINTENDENT directs the following appointments to be notified: — Henry John Tancred, Esq., to be President of the Executive Council. William John Warbtjrton Hamilton, Esq., and Charles Simeon, Esq., to be Members of the Executive Council. Charles Simeon, Esq., to be Provincial Treasurer, William John Warbtjrton Hamilton, Esq., to be Provincial Auditor. Charles Simeon, Esq., to be Sheriff. Joshtja Porter, Esq., to be Deputy Registrar of the Supreme Court. Charles Christopher Bowen, Esq., to be Inspector of Police. Charles Christopher Bowen, Esq., to be Chief Clerk in the Provincial Treasury. Theodore B. Keele, Esq., to be Chief Clerk in the Provincial Audit Office. The above appointments to date from the Ist October, 1853. Ptjckle, Esq., to be Clerk in the Superintendent's Office, and Private Secretary to His Honor; the appointment to date from the Ist of September. Edward Puckee, Private Secretary. Sale of Cows and CalvesTITESSRS. LONGDEN & LE CREN -*-*-*- will Sell by Auction in the Market-place, Christchurch, on Saturday next, November the 26tb, 8 Cows 5 Heifer Calves 1 Bull do. The above cows are some of the best in the colony, having been recently selected from a large and well known herd. Sale at r2 precisely. Kaiapoi Wool Shed. THE undersigned beg to announce that Mr. Sidey's Shed at the Ferry is now ready to take in Wool, and that boats will be sent from Lyttelton to get it into port without delay. Longden & Le Cren. Christchurch Colonists' Society. THE business for Monday, Nov. 21st, will be— 1. The adjourned discussion on the establishment of a Defensive Corps. 2. To consider the expediency of increasing the number of members to represent the Electoral Districts in the Provincial Council. 3. The propriety of adopting the suggestions contained in Captain Muter's letter. ■ H. W. Packkr, Sec. D. LEWIS, Butcher, Colombo Street, Christchurch, adjoining the Golden Fleece Hotel. BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Christchurch and its vicinity that he- has commenced business in the above line, and hopes by strict attention and supplying a good article, to merit a share of their patronage.'

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Lyttelton Times, Volume III, Issue 150, 19 November 1853

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 Lyttelton Times, Volume III, Issue 150, 19 November 1853

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