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ftt pfctfewenk E SLE V.AN CHAPEL ANNIVERSARY. • •' , A TEA MBXTIITO ' - Will be held in tho above Chapel, THIS EVENING, TUESDAY, when several Ministers and Friends are expected to address the Meeting. During tho evening several pieces of SACRJ3D MUSIC will be performed under the direction Of Mr. R. TB. Walcot. TXCKSTS, Is. €a. each, May be had of Mr. Wago, Mr. Jenkins, and Mr Crisp, Hardy-street; Mr. Usheb, Trafalgar-street; Mr. Hough and Mr. Lucas, Bridge-street. Tea at half-past five o'clock. 610, A HOUSE WANTED.—Address partiJ-*- culars to Mr. C. W. MANBY, at Jlrs. Nalder's, Hardy-street. 636 [To the Editor of the Colonist.] PERMIT me to make use of your columns to offer my sincere and heartfelt thanks to tlie numerous friends who so kindly assisted to arrest the progress of the fire in my stackyard on Wednesday evening last, and to whose great and generous exertions I am entirely indebted for the preservation of any portion of the stacks or outbuildings on Rostrevor Farm. ' ' ;' . ' It would be an easy and a pleasing task to mention the names of many whose energy, judgment, or courage, and utter disregard of the many discomforts of the place .and the night, particularly attracted my attention., but where so many were engaged in different parts'Of "fries premises, and so much was done, and so well done too,-before I was myself on the spot, I feel that I might commit gieat injustice by omissions. It was'a matter ot deep regret to me, that in consequence of having no longer a home at the Farm, 1 was unable to furnish my friends with those comforts which the exhausting character of their labor, the wetness of the ground under their feet, and the stormy weather rendered so highly necessary. I am, &c, ■ ' ' :' 638 ALFRED SAUNDERS. ' xTO THE ELECTORS OF THE -*- SUBURBS OF NELSON. Gentlemen—-Circumstances have occurred which necessitate my immediate departure from the Colony, and though my absence will be only temporary, mall probability I shall be unable to reach Auckland during the present Session. The importance of the subjects to be discussed, and a due regard to the interests of your districts, make it desirable that you should not be unrepresented ia this Assembly. | I have therefore forwarded to his Excellency my resignation of my seat, and no doubt one of the first acts of the new Speaker will be to issue a writ for the election of a member to take my place. ... I regret exceedingly that 1 am prevented from taking my seat as your representative, a position to which I had looked forward with much pleasure, and I deplore the necessity of inconveniencing you with another election. 1 thank you again very much for your kind recedtion of me when a candidate, and for the honor ycu conferred upon me; and I feel sure that you will have no difficulty in finding another member moie able, though mt more proud than I should have been, to represent your interests. I have the honor, &c, &c, Your most obedient servant, 637 JAMES BALFOUR WEMYSS. 1 TON HARROW T eTe T H J- 2 sets iron Harrows 2 Garden Chairs I. M. HILL, 642 Waimea-street. WSISON DANCING ACADEMY. If R. D. CHITTENDEN begs to inform -*-'-*- his friends, parents, and the public generally, that, on and after the 14th instant, he will open his Dancing Classes, at his rooms, Toi -Toi Valley, Every Tuesday and Friday Evening, and trusts, by strict attention to his duties and theselectnesa of his pupils, to merit a share of the public patronage. D. C. begs also to state that he will give private lessons to Ladies and Gentlemen of any age in all the newest dances of the day, and which can be obtained at all hours of the day by those wishing privacy and expedition. Juvenile class every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5. Adults, 7. Private Lessons as per arrangement. Private Families and Schools punctually attended to, with Music included. Terms known on application. Fees paid in adance. 547

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Colonist, Volume IV, Issue 375, 28 May 1861

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