Dissolution of Partnership. WE HERE BY GIVE NOTICE that the Partnership hitherto carried on between us, Joseph Longden and Henry John Le Cren, as Auctioneers, and General Commission agents, has this day,been dissolved by mutual consentAll parties indebted to the late firm are requested to pay their accounts to the above Henry John -ke ren i by whom the business will in. future be carried on, and by whom all liabilities will be discharged. Dated in Lyttelton this 20th day of January, 1854. f Joseph Longden, H. T. Lob Cben. KOBERT WAITT, 1 , Tr . James Sxuakt Wortley, /Witnesses. Excursion to Port Levy and Pigeon Bay. TWO VESSELS, the " Hover"' and "Catharine Johnstone" will sail for the above-mentioned places on Monday, the 23rd ihst., at 8 o'clock in the morning, returning the following day. Tickets, £1 each, to include refreshments. A Steward will accompany each, vessel, and the comfort of all will be attended to, the vessels heing fitted up entirely for the occasion. Tickets may be obtained on application by Thursday next, the 12th iust, at the Mitre and I Canterbury Hotels, at the stores of Messrs. Genet, Colliei1, and Bannister, Lyttelton, and at the White Hart Hotel, Christchureh. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHnpHOSE who are favourable to the erection -*■ of a Presbyterian Church in this Settlement, are invited to attend a Public Meeting to be held at the Royal Hotel, on Tuesday evening, the 31st instant, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of considering the best means for carrying out the above object. Christcburch, January 18th.' WESLEY AN CHAPEL, LYTTELTON. IT being the intention of the Wesleyans resident in this place to build a Chapel, in which to assemble to worship the Almighty according to the forms laid down by their founder, the Rev. John Wesley, subscriptions will be received by D. M. Laurie, Esq., Treasurer. THE CANTERBURY CATTLE INVESTMENT SOCIETY. THE Provisional Committee have been actively engaged in ascertaining the expense and accumulation of profits likely to accrue to the above Society, the details of which are at present under an investigation by an able and experienced colonist, preparatory to being submittted to a public meetiug, of which due intimation will be given next week. Johs Dean Bamford, Secretary, pro. tern. Lyttelton, Jan. 11, 1853. LYTTELTON COLONISTS' SOCIETY. rTIHE next Ordinary Meeting of the above -I- Society, will be held in the News-Room, on Wednesday evening, the 25th inst., at 7 o'clock precisely, to consider the following business :— Ist. Mr. Beeby's proposition to amen d the Library Rules. 2nd. Mr." •Alpovt's proposition, " That it is highly desirable to introduce the Government Land Regulations within the Canterbury block, with the view of rendering the price of land in this settlement conformable to that of the other settlements of New Zealand ; and that a Memorial, to be signed by the Inhabitants of Lyttelton, be forwarded to the General Government to effect such object." (Signed) J. Spowkrs, Chairman. N. B. The Quarter's subscriptions are now due, and cau be paid to the Librarian.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Lyttelton Times, Volume IV, Issue 159, 21 January 1854
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Lyttelton Times, Volume IV, Issue 159, 21 January 1854
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