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LIST OF PERSONS ■ WHO HAVE CLAIMED TO VOTE FOR THE I DISTRICT OF THE TOWN OP LYTTELTON, 1 IN MARCH, 1861. I Abrahamson, Joseph, Lyttelton, leasehold, London street, Lyttelton H Allan, Magnus, Lyttelton, freehold, town section No. 304 ■ Allen, Robert, Lyttelton, none stated, town section No. 83 I Anderson, John, Christcliurch, leasehold, Somes estate, near Lyttelton, Port Victoria I Aynsley, Hugh Percy Murray, Lyttelton, freehold, town section No. 78. ■ ■a c a t v r» .. t n u.u» n f 1 leasehold, part of town section No. 17 I Bamford, John Dean, Lyttelton % freehoß rf rQral No | Beattie, James, Lyttelton, household and freehold, Exeter street, Lyttelton ■ Bridges, John, Lyttelton, household, on town sections Nob. 95 and 96, house I Buchanan, Beverly, Lyttelton, freehold, town section No. 280 ■ Buckley, George, Lyttelton, leasehold, Norwich Quay, stores and offices. ■ Cameron, John, Norwich Quay, leasehold, Norwich Quay, leasehold 1 Cameron, junior, Peter, Norwich Quay, leasehold, Norwich Quay, Lyttelton I Carrell, John Aylwin, Lyttelton, freehold, part of rural section No. 40 1 Carrell, Lewis Aylwin, Lyttelton, freehold, part of rural section No. 40 I Carver, William Robinson, Lyttelton, household, Canterbury street, Lyttelton 1 Chalmers, Adam, Lyttelton, leasehold, part of rural section No. 350 1 Chancy, William George, Winchester street, freehold, in Winchester street I Clarkson, Thomas, Norwich Quay, household, householder, Norwich Quay I Craig, Thomas Brown, Lyttelton, leasehold and household, London street and Norwich Quay. I Darapier, Christopher Edward, Northlands, freehold, town sections Nob. 214,215,216 240 241 o,«n 1 243 and 245 »*«i«2, 1 Day, William, Lyttelton, household, part of rural section No. 40. I Easton, Thomas Iveson, Dampier's bay, freehold, part of town section No. 287. j Fisher, Alfred, Lyttelton, household, London street. Gibbons, Samuel, Lyttelton, leasehold, town sections Nos. 40 and 42 • ■ n i, w!i"n m t.,^ o h™ J 1 freehold, part oi"town section No; 137 Graham, William, Lyttelton | 2 , easehold f part ?f rural gectionNo# 193 Grubb, John, London street, freehold, town section No. 45. &*»* Edward All*,, LjMton { \ "■£»? I^SS^ST *•* Harris, William, Daropier's bay, household, house in Dampier's bay. Johnson, George Berry, Lyttelton, leasehold, town section No. 200. Knowles, Francis, Coleridge street, freehold, house and land in Coleridge street. Latter, Robert, Lyttelton, freehold, London street, Lyttelton Louisson, Alfred, Lyttelton, household, on part of town sections Nos. 254 and 255. Morgan, Archibald, Christehurch, freehold, town section No. 226 Moss, Frederick Joseph, Ljttelton, leasehold, part of town section No. 32 Moss, Henry, London street, leasehold, part of town section No. 26. Olson, Frederick, Norwich Quay, leasehold, Norwich Quay, Lyttelton. d «„« i ti, rru« m o t uu« 11 freehold, part of rural section No. 40 Peacock, John Thomas, Lyttelton 1 2 freeholdj f Qwn aectbn Nq 16> Eayner, William, Dampier's bay, freehold, part of town section No. 289 Recce, Edward, Lyttelton, leasehold, warehouse and office in Oxford street, Lyttelton Rose, Alexander, Lyttelton, freehold, part of rural section No. 40 Rouse, John Thomas, Lyttelton, household, part of town section No. 304. Sawtell, Henry, Lyttelton, household, on part of town section No. 200. f 1 freehold, part of rural section No. 40 • m t r, ri. v j 2 freehold, town section No. 312 Tayler, George, Lyttelton j 3 , leagebold> town section No- 3n V.4 leasehold, part of town section No. 28 Townsend, James, Rangiora, freehold, town section No. 6 . Trew, Thomas Bygrave, Lyttelton, leasehold, part of town section No. 7 Turnbull, John James, Lyttelton, household, part of town section No. 98. Williamson, William, Lyttelton, household, Salt's gulley, Lyttelton . Wilson, .Robert, North road, none stated, town section No. 19. H. G. GOULAND, Registration Officer. MR. FREDERICK THOMPSON, MONEY TO LEND. GENERAL AGENT. J? A f\ AAA T0 LEND » sums ! a w' «. w « T n *W,UUU from £100 and upAgent for the Northern Assurance Company. war< i S) on approved Freehold Security. Applications to be made to Orders for Grey Stone received. T. S. DUNCAN, Solicitor. CASHEL STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. Christehurch, April Bth, 1861. FOR SALE OR TO LET, TjiOß SALE.—A powerful DRAY HORSE, six WITH RIGHT OF PURCHASE, -£ years old. Aixr ii •* „♦ ai? a tjivt a -\K(\ c A good leading or plough horse, five years old. Well situated IAKJVI or 150 acres on " . WM REEVES Mount Grey Downs, 3 miles from ' F erry Mead. Rangiora bush, and watered by a never-failing — — creek. CATTLE FOR SALE. The improvements consist of a substantial family q IX Milch Cows, four two-year-old Bul3 eaW-^ P. locks, five Heifers one sixfyear-old Buipaddock fenced in and partly broken up. «*' one four-year-old Bullock, ana one young BuiImmediate possession will be given. This pro- £ck' now ™"m. ng ™ S) 1 Station, Banks perty can be purchased at once, or any time during *™™**- for the lot delivered on the run, 5 years. Terms, &c., ma y be obtained of Per ea • PET ER M MALMANCHE. MR. BEETHAM Akaroa, April 4,1861. Surveyor, Hereford Street. . ELSON COLLEGE.-The Governors of Nel- THE UNI>ERSIGNED son Colege require the services of two un- ls A married gentlemen qualified to act as ASSISTANT- CASH PURCHASER MASTERS in the institution. One of these is OF required to teach Classics in addition to the ordinary DAIRY FED PIGS elements of an English education ; the other will be expected to take the junior and Commercial 0F departments more especially. The ability to teach ANY WEIGHT OR QUANTITY. French and drawing will be a recommendation in R. WATERLOW, either. Colombo-st., Christehurch. The salary is £150 per annum, with Board and —— ■ ' — Apartments'™ the College, in which both of them PURE BRED FISHER-HOBBS BOAR will be required to reside, taking upon them, under FOR SALE. the Principal, the control and supervision of the Q AMBO—the finest boar in Canterbury, pT ls'ii a? - tv " i jj x -ii imported by Edward Lee, Esq., and on Gentlemen offering themselves as candidates will v ; ew at * m WATE RLOW'S Slaughter Yard, please to address the Secretary A. G JENKINS, Colombo street ChristcnQrch . Esq., until the Ist of May, stating their quahfica- : - tions, and enclosing testimonials and references. PREFERRED FOR CLEANLINESS AND Nelson, March. 5. ECONOMY. MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT, S T€JS^IBSSISfL CSi^lS^^b^ GLOUCESTER STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. of 9 lbs. MRS. COE'S Autumn Show Room is T- MERSON, Sole Agent now open with all the latest novel- London street, Lyttelton. ties of the season. An early call is respectfully 4 DDITIONS to ROBERTSON'S BOOK solicited. J\. CATALOGUE.—A SUPPLEMENTARY March 20,1861. CATALOGUE, containing all the NEW WORKS HE aAt.V\NT7VT\ TTISTNPT* TPHN Published during the last eight months,is now goM'IIIJI\S ™«S reaay• u pagc9>prioe6-ii* Mted-ls-known as Morewood & Rogers' Patent, is now to be ROBERTSON'S GENERAL CATALOGUE, had only from the Gospel Oak Sheet Mills, Tipton, 168 pages, may now be had for Is.; posted, Is. 6d. Staffordshire, England, through all London Merchants. ROBERTSON'S CATALOGUE of HANDSOMELY BOUND and ILLUSTRATED TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. BOOKS and of JUVENILE WORKS, 32 pages, XTTANTED,—TENDERS for the erection gratis ; posted, 6d. W of House, Shop, and Appurtenances, -nrxn^nmorWr^ to be built in Cashel Street. The lowest or any T 01™ C? MPPP BOOK CATAtender not necessarily accepted. v £ UE ' 8^/ 1 Dg the above three toe^ T' Plans and Specifications may be seen at my office, P pX^S^^'iJoWr.xT t l fii^k on and after Monday next, the 15th inst., until Gf?? GE R°B o E*P ON» ImP°i: teJ of Bo°]a Saturday the 20th instant, on which day Sealed and Stationery, 383, George Street, Sydney. Tenders must be delivered, addressed to T^NGLISH PERIODICALS for 1861, at GEORGE MALLINSON, Hi Reduced Prices. List gratis; or posted 0nr ....... Architect, Cathedral Square, receipt of 6d. GEORGE ROBERTSON, 383,. Christehurch, April 9,1861. George Street, Sydney.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Lyttelton Times, Volume XV, Issue 879, 13 April 1861

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