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FOE SALE. THE undersigned are daily expecting the arrival of the LOUISA from Mauritius, with a cargo of Bugar& selected expressly for tho New Zealand market, comprising— Fine white soft crystals Bright yellow crystals Extra fine counter First counter Second counter Bright ration DALGETY, BUCKLEY, & CO. 582 Lyttelton and Christchurch. IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON. ESTABLISHED IN 1803. Subscribed and Invested Capital, £1,600,000 Reserve Fund, £250,000. Risks taken at moderate premiums. Losses settled in the province. Full particulars can be obtained on application to the Agents for Canterbury. DALGETY, BUCKLEY & CO., 1027 Lyttelton and Christchurch. NOTICE. WE beg to notify that on and after this date, arrangements with Mr. Thos. B. Craig, as Agent to our Firm have EXPIRED. Mr. Thomas Ritchie will, for the future, carry on our business, and act as our representative in this province. C. BROWN & CO. Witness— J. L. Costeh, Lyttelton, Canterbury, New Zealand. Feb. 19,1862. 894 CAPITAL INVESTMENT. TWO SIXTF-FOURTH SHARES of the wellknown steamer AVON to be disposed of on j reasonable terms. Apply to C. BROWN & CO. sth March, 1862. 1018 mO be disposed of with immediate possession,— X The lease, goodwill and interest of that well known and old established business the Albion Brewery, Cashel Street, together with the wine and spirit trade connected therewith. For particulars, apply to MR. G. WILLMER, 947 Christchurch.

ELECTION NOTICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SEFTON. IN pursuance of the provisions of an Act of the General Assembly of New Zealand, entituled " The Regulation of Elections Act, 1858, " and .of another Act of the General Assembly of New Zealand, entituled " The Provincial Elections Act 1858," I, William Donald, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Sefton, do hereby give notice, that by virtue of a Writ bearing date the Sixth day of March, 1862, issued under the hand of His Excellency the Governor of New Zealand, an Election will be held for the return of two qualified persons, to serve as members of the Provincial Council for the said Electoral District; and that the nomination of candidates will take place at J. T. White and Co.'s Woolshed, on Monday, the fourteenth day of April, 1862, at noon ; and that the poll (if necessary) will be taken on Tuesday, the fifteenth day of April, 1862. Dated this first day of April, 1862. WILLIAM DONALD, Returning Officer.. The following place is the Polling place for the Electoral District of Sefton :— J. T. White and Co.'s Woolshed. WILLIAM DONALD, ■ Returning Officer. Dated the Ist day of April, 1862. 1391 TO THE ELECTORS OF THE PORT VICTORIA DISTRICT. /~1 ENTLEMEN,—As there is to be a general j vX election of members for the Provincial Council, I beg to offer myself as a candidate for your suffrages to represent you in the next Council. Should you elect me, I hope that by attention to my duties in Council, and to your interests, you will have no reason to regret the confidence placed in me. I have the honor to remain, Your obedient servant, 1410 A. HORNBROOK. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH. f^i ENTLEMEN,—When you did me the honor VJT six months ago of choosing me as one of your Representatives in the Provincial Council, neither of us anticipated so abrupt a termination of the connection between us as the enlargement of the Council has rendered necessary. My impression certainly was that I had entered into your service for the usual period of existence allotted to that branch of the legislature, and if such was also your impression, and you are wishful to renew our connection, I beg to place my services at your command. I trust I may bo excused the necessity of making a personal canvass. I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, Your faithful servant, JOSEPH BRITTAN. Linwood, March 28, 1862. 1426 TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH. f^\ ENTLEMEN,—In consequence of the envT lnrgement of the Provincial Council, the duty again devolves upon you of choosing representatives for your city; should you, as on a former occasion, elect me as one of your representatives, I will endeavour faithfully, and to the best of my abilities, to serve you in the Council. I have the honor to be gentlemen, Your obedient servant, SAMUEL BEALEY. Gresford, April 5,1862. 1428

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Lyttelton Times, Volume XVII, Issue 982, 9 April 1862

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Lyttelton Times, Volume XVII, Issue 982, 9 April 1862