BILL OF FARE FOR THE TELEGRAPH DINNER Will ber published in ! the ' Lyttelton Times' of next Saturday's Issue (This day) and on Wednesday next, also in the ' Canterbury Standard ' of next Thursday. . By order of ; ■' J. BIRDSEY, ;; Caterer.' Bill of fare for Thursday, July 17th, 1862. ... , .. ...spurs. . f,i "■ : - 1 Mulligatawny ■ ; Mock Turtle u Aux Queues de Veau . • Macedorne de Legumes ' A' la Reine ; FISH. ■■ ; Boiled liock Cod en Matelote . „ Ling ala Cr&me d* Anohois ; , f [ Flounders ala puree de Capres Baked a la Domestic- ■ ; M.iiletslSl'ltalienne. . REMOVES, &c. Steweaßump Beef aux oignons glaces ■ Fillet de'Yeau a la Jardiniere .. Haunch Mutton, au jus de Groseilles Sucking. Pig a l'Anglaise Grigot de Mouton de sep heures Roast Turkey, a I'Alderman „ Goose ala John Bull „ Ducks, Apple Sauce ~ Chicken Bread Boiled Turkey, aux Huitres , „ Chicken [a, lb Bechmel ENTREES. Escalopes de Dinde en blanquette Fillets de Yolaille aux champignons Fricassee de Poulet , Turban de Quenelles de Yolaille. .. Cotelettes de Lapereau, Sauce piquant Vol-au-Vent aux Huitres Cotelettes'de Veau en Papillote Noiz de Yeau a la Maitre d'Hotel Grenadins de Yeau a la Reine ; ; Poitrine de .Mouton Sauce Soubise Turban de Tete de Yeau " ; ' ::/ ENTREMETS. . Pudding a l'Anglaise „ ala Reine ■ : Cabinet Pudding Tourte d'Entremet a la Creme Fauchonettes a la Vanille Champignons en surprise Poinmes au riz en Simbale Beignets de Pommes \ Amber Jelly Gelee au Rhum „ de Fraises Creme a la Yanille „ au Ponche Charlotte Russe Russe aux Liqueurs Ice Puddings • r Strawberry Cream Ice ! ■ : Lemon Water DESSERT. "wines. July 9th, 1862. v : ,: ■f, ; 2654 GENERAL STORE, PAPA N U I R 0 A D. JAMES MAIN begs to intimate he has opened his Store and will be shortly in a position to sunnlv all general necessaries at Christchurch prices. Artid is of the best quality guaranteed on reasoniciuis. ' 2646 ~ KIAPOI LADIES' SCHOOL. THE duties of Miss Andrew's School will be resumed on Motftlay, the 21st July, 1862 - 2663 ~ H. GARDNER, " BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKER, BEGS to intimate he has taken the premises lately occupied by Mr. Raine; at the corner of Gloucester Street, and hopes by attention and every endeavour to supply a first-rate article, to secure patronage. . 2648 Provincial Treasury, . 9th July, 1862. PURSUANT to the provisions of the Auctioneer's Ordinance, Session 111., No. 3,1 hereby give notice that the undermentioned persons have taken out licenses for the term ending 30th June, 1863 George Masterton Clark, of Kaiapoi, general agent. Louis Edward Nathan, of Christchuch, merchant. Herbert Edward Alport, of Christchurch, merchant. Edward Allen Hargreaves, of Lyttelton, merchant. John Ollivier, of Christchurch, Merchant. William David Barnard, of Christchurch, commission agent. Frederick Noble Campbell, of Lyttelton, merchant. , CHARLES C. BOWEN, 2656 Provincial Treasurer. ' .. NOTICE. THE Provincial Government are prepared ■ to receive Tenders for leasing the remaining'portion of Hagley Park for a term of 7 years, commencing from the Ist day of August next, according! to terms which can be seen at the Provincial Secretary's Office, on and after the 18th instant. ;; ' Tenders must be sent in by MONDAY, the 28th instant, addressed to the Provincial Secretary, and endorsed," Tenders for leasing Hagley Park." The Government will not necessarily accept any tender. : THOS. W. MAUDE, ■ •■■■ 1-, Provincial Secretary. July, 2655 CHRISTS' COLLEGE GRAMMAR SCHOOL WILL RE-OPEN, after the Midwinter Holi- . T V days, on MONDAY, the 28th instant, at 9 a.m. . HENRY JACOBS, : , Head Master. The College, July 11,1862. t 2651 JEWELLERY. MR. N. SOLOMAN'S ; extensive Stock of JEWELLERY will be exhibited at THE MITRE HOTEL, QN MONDAY NEXT. ~ 2649 TIIHE undersigned'are prepared to take charge of :JL a few head of cattle. . , ,/ ■ ! For terms and particulars, apply to . MESSRS, GOULD & MILES, , • ' Christchurch: ,7..V, ; -V G. A. E. ROSS, ■ Wineka: C. J. HARPER, ■'2638 ... Malv^'Hills:

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