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3KTe"W AtiTirertisementa. OP AAA T0 illvest in the purchase of Goi'U^UUU vernment Land to be Let in Blocks from 100 Acres and upwards with right of Purchase on favourable terms. Apply to FOSTER & HELMORE, 1332 Solicitors, Christchurch. A YOUNG MAN is desirous of obtaining a situation as Schoolmaster, Assistant Master, or Tutor in a private family. Has had six years' experience in a large school in England, and has satisfactorily passed the Government examination. Address, FELIX, Times office, Christchurch. 1826 "ITTANTED, a Tip Cart, Plough, and two staunch VV Cart Horses. Apply, stating lowest cash price and particulars, by letter to box 73, Post office, Christchurch. 1831 WANTED, a respectable Person to take an interest in a General Store doing a profitable and safe business in a country town in this province, and capable of great extension. The proprietor will have no objection to retire wholly in favour of the incoming partner after a lapse of six or twelve months, i£ a satisfactory arrangement can be come to. To an energetic and responsible person the proprietor would not object to give a salary for a short time, with view to a future partnership or an entire purchase of the business. Principals only treated irith ' URQUIIART MACPIIKRSON, Lyttelton, and U96 Gloucester street, Christchurch. WANTED, by a married couple, a situation on a Station, the man as Shepherd and wife to Cook, or he would take a situation as Shepherd on an Out-Station. The advertiser having hud considerable experience in stock and agricultural farming. in Ayrshire, is well qualified to undertake the management of a cropping and dairy farm. Wife experienced in cheese-making. References can be seen by applying to Mrs. WILLIAMS, Glasgow House, Christchurch. 1835 -txTANTED, one or two single Gentlemen to board YV and lodge in a private family ; within five minutes walk of the Railway station. Apply to THOS. GEE, Colombo street. TXTANTED one or two Carpenters to go into the VV Coun'ry, also a Stockman. Apply to Messrs. DUNCAN & SON, Gloucester-street. 1576 WANTED a Man to Cook on a Station. Apply to Messrs. GOULD & MILES. 1890

WANTED IMMEDIATELY—A Smart Respectable MAN for a Grocery business. Apply at once to the undersigned, at Lyttelton or Christchurch. 1895 c URQUHART MACPHERSON. CAME ASTRAY, on the Folley Farm. North Selwyn, on the 3rd inst. one Light Roan MARE, no brand; one tall Brown GELDING, with a plaited halter, branded M on shoulder; and a small Brown HORsE, with sore back. The owner is requested to call and pay expenses, and take them away. 1841 " WM. MILES. PQ REWARD.—LOST, from Lyttelton, a chesdJjil nut saddle GELDING, supposed to have gone towards the Rakaia. The horse is 7 years old, P branded I Hon near shoulder (not plain); has a docked switch tail, and stands about 14 J hands high. The above reward, together with all reasonable expenses, will be given to any one who will bring him to the undersigned at Lyttelton, or Gloucester street, Christchurch. 1594 URQUHART MACPHERSON. IT is intended to hold a PUBLIC BREAKFAST at COKER'S NEW ROOMS, Cathedral square, immediately after the ceremony of LAYING the FOUNDATION STONE of CHRISTCHURCH CATHEDRAL, when the chair will be taken by the Eight Revd. the Lord Bishop of Christchurch. Tickets, 10s each, may be obtained on application to the Resident Architect Cathedral Commission, Cathedral square. Intending visitors are requested to apply for same before 12 o'clock on TUESDAY, the 13th instant, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. 1829 SUBSCRIBERS to the CATHEDRAL are hereby invited to take part in the procession which ■will form'at St. Michael's Church, at 10.30 a.m., after morning prayer, on the occasion of laying the Chief Corner Stone of Christchurch Cathedral, on the 16th instant. By order, HENR2 JACOBS, Hon. Sec. 1830 Cathedral Commission. MASONIC BALL.

MEMBERS of tlie craft and those personally invited to u Masonic Ball, to be holden at KAIAPOI. under the auspices of the Southern Cross Lodge, are hereby respectfully informed the above-mentioned Ball will take place on THE 22xd OF DECEMBER, Instead of the 29th, as previously announced. By order of the Committee, 1849 JOHN FULLER, W.M. JJOYAL PE IN CESS' THEATRE Sole Lessee Mit. J. L. Hall. Stage Manager Mr. li. 11. Cox. LAST NIGHT BUT THREE Of the Eminent Favourite Artiste MISS CLEVELAND AND MR. C. VINCENT. THIS EVENING, SATURDAY, DEC. lOtii. The performance will commence with Buclistone's Great Drama, entitled the GKEEN BUS II E S Or IRELAND A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. Miami Miss Cleveland. Connor O'Kennedy Mr. Chas. Vincent. To conclude with the laughable Farce TU R N II I M 0U T . 1833 WIND WHISTLE HOUSE. A GENERAL MEETING of the RATEiA. PAYERS in the Ralcaia District will be held at the above mentioned place TUESDAY, JANUARY 3rd, at noon, for the purpose of electing a ROAD BOARD for the year 18G5. lIENKY PHILLIPS, Chairman. CHraSTCnURCH GAS COAirAND COKE COMPANY, (limited.) A GENERAL MEETING of the Shareholders will be held in the Town Hall, Christchurch, on Tuesday 20th December, at seven o'clock p.m. BI'SINKSS — To receive the Directors report and General Business. By order of the Directors, E. C. J. STEVENS, Secretary. "th Dec., 1864. 1828 ANNIVERSARY DAY. RURAL SPORTS. A GENERAL MEETING of the Committee will be held THIS AFTERNOON, at Messrs. Buruell, Bennett, and Sprot's Office, at 2.30. Business— To 'receive Sub-Committee's report, and decide programme, &c. All roemVr? are requested to attend, and bring their subscription-lists with t' em. MUSGRAVE W. ANDERSON, Hon. Sec. Dec. 10. 1889

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Lyttelton Times, Volume XXII, Issue 1329, 10 December 1864

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