flefo §Miu'tisenwnk STEAM TO MELBOURNE, AND DUNEDIN. I| « rTWE fine screw steamship AMk JL GOTHENBURG, wotl'TOSs. Tons, Hugh Mackie, Commander, Is expected on or about the 2nd July, and will sail for the above ports forty-eight hours after arrival. For freight or passage apply to DALGETY, BUCKLEY & CO., 2946 Lyttelton and Christchurch. FOR NELSON AND SYDNEY. | .. mHE Inter - Colonial Royal Mail Jl IL4 JL Steamship PRINCE ALFRED, E. Wheeler, Commander, Is appointed to sail for the above ports on FRIDAY, the 10th instant, at Noon. For freight or passage, apply to MILES & CO., Lyttelton and Christchurch. Lyttelton, June 30, 1863. 2970 J CELEBRATION FESTIVITIES. GRAND BALL AT THE TOWN HALL. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 8. Under the patronage of the Chairman and Members of the Municipal Council, and the General Committee. Tickets, One Guinea each, to admit a Lady and Gentleman. Stewards: The Chairmen of the Sub-Committees. G. B. JOHNSON, 2969 Secretary. CELEBRATION FESTIVITIES, LYTTELTON. THE Children's Treat Committee hereby intimate that they have made arrangements for entertaining the children of the town and neighborhood at a dinner on Tuesday, the 7th July, in honor of the Prince of Wales' marriage. Children of both sexes are therefore invited to assemble not later than 10 o'clock on the morning of that day, either at the Church of England School, or the High School, in order to receive their banners, and be marshalled for the public procession. The dinner will be served at one o'clock, in the store of Mr. Drummond Macpherson, kindly granted for the occasion. The committee request the children to bring their own knives, forks, and mugs. JAMES D. FERGUSSON, 2968 Chairman of the Committee. THE RELATIONS OF GREAT BRITAIN WITH THE COLONISTS AND ABORIGINES OF NEW ZEALAND. A LETTER FROM CROSBIE WARD TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE THE LORD LYTTELTON. THE few Copies received from England having been already disposed of, the pamphlet will be re-published, and will be for sale to-morrow at the offices of the ' Times,' Christchurch and Lyttelton. 2952
TO BUILDERS, &c. mENDERS are requested for the ERECTION of i. an ORPHAN ASYLUM, on Section 72, Lincoln road. Plans and specification can be seen (on and after Friday next) at the office of the undersigned. Tenders to be sent in on the 10th July, endorsed " Tender for Orphan Asylum." MAXWELL BURY, Architect, &c., Gloucester street. Christchurch, June 30th. N.B.— I The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 2960 DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. mHE Partnership hitherto existing between J. 6. 1 iluddenklau and J. S. Hawley, bakers and confectioners, Colombo street, Christchurch, has been dissolved this day by mutual consent. All debts due to, and all liabilities of the firm, will be received and paid by J. S. Hawley. J. G. RUDDENKLAU. J. S. HAWLEY. Witness—Thomas Raine. J. S. HAWLEY begs to return thanks for the liberal support received by the late firm, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit a continuance of public favor. Christchurch, June 25, 1863. 2961 BUSH FOR SALE, In close proximity to the SUBURBAN SECTIONS ON THE NORTH KOWAI, And the township of LEITHFIELD. Messrs. burnell, bennett & sprot have received instructions from C. F. Pemberton, Esq.. to sell on the same terms as the North Kowai Suburban Lots, TWENTY ACRES OF BUSH, IN ONE ACRE LOTS, at the very low upset price of TEN POUNDS PER ACRE. These lots are more especially recommended to the purchasers of the NORTH KOWAI AND LEITHFIELD SECTIONS, being situated at an easy distance, with a good dray road from these places; and the advertisers have the utmost confidence in recommending an investment from the character and availableness of the bush. Plans and full particulars of BURNELL, BENNETT & SPROT, 2957 Hereford street, Christchurch. SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND, CANTERBURY DISTRICT. In the Matter of the ESTATE of JOHN TOWNSHEND PARKINSON, late of Christchurch, Hotelkeeper, Deceased, Intestate. PURSUANT to the rule of this Honourable Court, the Creditors of the above-named intestate are, on or before the Thirtieth day of September next, to come in and prove their debts before Christopher Alderson Calvert, Registrar of the said Court, at the Office of the said Court, at Christchurch; or in default thereof they will be absolutely excluded from any benefit to arise from the estate and effects of the deceased. CHRISTOPHER ALDERSON CALVERT, Registrar. Supreme Court Office, Christchurch, June 30,1863. 23 THE CREDITORS of MR JAMES HOSIE of Kaiapoi, butcher, are requested to send m their CLAIMS to the undersigned on or before Wednesday, the Bth July. PHILIp HANMER , Solicitor, Kaiapoi. June 30th, 1863. 2971
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