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CHEQUE LOST. A CHEQUE for Ten pounds drawn by "^ Tippetts & Co. in favour of Geo. H. Tribe, dated 7th February. This cheque has been stopped payment at the Bank. Geo. H. Tribe. 10 SHILLINGS REWARD. STRAYED from the vnrd of Mr. J. Swinboiirne near (he Bridle path, on Friday evening: last, a Black Sow Pig, with white streak along the near shoulder. Any person having found, or giving information of the same, shall receive the above reward. James Swixboukne, Norwich Quay. Lyttelton, Feb. Ist, 1854. WANTED, FOR AN HOTEL, A YOUNG MAN as Ostler &; Boots, and a FEMALE as Housemaid. For particulars enquire at the Mitre Hotel, Lyttelton. CHRISTCHURCH CRICKET CLUB. A MATCH will be played on Wednesday, the 15th inst., {not on the 25th, as advertised last week,) between the following elevens, of the married and single members of the Club :— MARKIED. SINGLE. Brittan,J. Adams, T. Britmn, W. G. Bowen, C. C Croft, A. C. Bowen, Cr. Fooks, C. B. Bruce, T. Longden.J. Field, S. Moore, A. Parkinson, B. Perceval, C. J. Porter, J. C. Haven, Rev. J. Porter, A. Sewell, H. Rowley, T. Simeon, C. Ward, C. Townsend,- J. j Worsley, F. Wickets will be pitched at 10 30 a.m., precisely. By order of the Committee, A. C. Croft, 1 tt c Crosbte Wabj>,) Hon' SeCS> f I^HE Days appointed for play during the -*- ensuing Season, are every Wednesday from 1 p.m., except on the first Wednesday of each month, when wickets will be pitched at eleven, a. in. A. C. Croft, )tt c SCOTCH CHURCH. fT^HE Committee appointed to raise sub- -*■■. scriptions for the erection of a Scotch Church, will meet at the Royal Hotel on Tuesday evening, the 14th inst., at 8 o'clock. j W. Wilson, Hon. Sec. WE3LEYAN 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. LYTTELTON CHORAL SOCIETY. AT a Meeting of the Committee of the Choral.Society held January 17ih, 1854, it was resolved that in future honorary members should have free admissions to two Concerts per annum. By order of the Cormniltee, Richard Davis, Hon. SecSHOEING AND JOBBING SMITHS. MESSRS. DEHRY and CHILDS beg to announce to the inhabitants of Lyttelton and settlers of its vicinity, thai they have commenced business as partners in the above line. H. Vv.Derry takes this opportunity of thanking the public for the liberal support he has received dining the last three years, and hopes by careful attention and punctuality to merit a continuance of their favours. N.B. Every description of Smith's work executed on the shortest notice. A large assortment of Gun and Bell fittings on hand. ° Wiurhesfer Street, opposiie Gaol, LyUtitou, January 19, 1854

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1, Lyttelton Times, Volume IV, Issue 162, 11 February 1854

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