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New Advertisements. MB. R. W. KOHLER BEGS most respectfully to inform his numerous patrons and the public that he intends, previous to his departure from Christchurch on a professional tour, to give a FAREWELL CONCERT in the Town Hall, ON MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, • Assisted by the CANTERBURY MUHICAL SOCIETY, THE CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS, And (with the kind permission of Mr. L. Harding) by MR. J. SMALL; And has much pleasure in soliciting the patronage of his friends and the public for that occasion ; tickets for which can be obtained of Mr. Borihington, Cashel street: Front Seats, 55.; Back beats, 2s. 6d. During his absence, his Gardens will still be kept open, under the management of Mr. J. W. Kohler. Christchurch, Jan. 24, 1866. 2 CANTERBURY MUSICAL SOCIETY, j CHRISTCHURCH. THE Committee lia7e the honour to announce that a GRAND MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT will be given in BONNINGTON'S HALL, Cathedral Square, Christchurch, ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1866. The Programme will appear in a future advertisement. A. J. COTTERILL, t 14 Hon. Sec. JJOYAL PRINCESS' THEATRE. THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, JAN. 28. GRAND FASHIONABLE NIGHT, BEING FOB THE BENEFIT OF MR. T. RAINFORD, Basso of the Original CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS. An Immense Bill, To-Night.* Lucretia Borgia, To-Night. The Bushrangers, To-Night. Japanese Fiddle, To-Night. Mr. R. W. Kohler on the Rock Harmonican, To-Night. Hutchinson Familv, To-Night. American Jig, To-Night. Together with other Novelties. To conclude with the Christy's Burlesque on the Opera of LUCRETIA BORGIA. For particulars see Programmes. Private Boxes, £2 2s ; Dress Circle, 5s ; Stalls, 3s ; Pit, 2s. Doors open at 7.30, to commence at 8 o'clock. Box office open from 11 till 1 o'clock. H. EASTWOOD, 19 Agent. ROYAL PRINCE OF WALE THEATRE. Lessee Mr. Lionel Harding. TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), JAN. 27, MISS AITKEN AS JANE SHORE, Alicia Miss Rosa Cooper. To be followed by a Comic Song by MR. J • S M A L L . After which The Celebrated STEVENS'S TROUPE will go through their astounding performances. Nothing we have hitherto seen equals the performance of this clever troupe.—Melbourne Argus. Doors open at half-past Seven, to commence at Eight. 35 THE CANTERBURY FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY. TRUSTEES : MR. ROBERT WILKIN MR. R. J. S. HARMAN MR. HERBERT EDWARD ALPORT. MR. WILLIAM REEVES. PRESIDENT 5 MR. WILLIAM KENT. VICE-PRESIDENT : MR. JOHN VINCENT. COUNCIL. MESSRS. JOSEPH MILLS — JEBSON „ E. GADD — SAUNDERS „ JOHN CARTMAN. TREASURER ; MR. WILLIAM WILSON. SECRETARY : MR. JOHN CALLCOTT ST. QUENTIN. ! 80LICIT0R : I MR. THOMAS J. JOYNT. j BANKERS: | ! BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. This Society is established for the purpose of purchasing blocks of good agricultural freehold land at the Government price, and to resell the same at the same rate to Shareholders, in allotments of Five Acres each, or thereabouts; the purchase money of such allotments to be paid by the Shareholders by small Weekly Instalments. The objects of the Society shall be carried out by means of Weekly Payments by the Shareholders of One Shilling per Share, and a further sum of One Penny per Share for current working expensesi with an J&ntranco Fee of Two Shillings and Sixpence per Share. It is believed that, through the medium"of this Institution, working men can obtain Government lund in small allotments, at almost the Bame price at which capitalists can purchase large blocks ; at the same time that the payment of the purchase money u received in such a manner as will best suit the circumstances of the working classes. A GENERAL MEETING FOR ALLOTMENT OF SHARES, WILL BE HELD THE FIRST WEEK IN FEBRUARY, Of which Due Notice will be Given. Application for Shares to be made to the Secretary. By order. JOHN C. ST. QUENTIN. Hon. Secretary. High street, Feb. 25th 1866 o 39

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Lyttelton Times, Volume XXV, Issue 1599, 27 January 1866

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