WANTED, for the Carlton Hotel, a smart BOY, to make himself useful. 5711 WANTED, by » young person, a Furnished or Unfurnished ROOM with a respectable family. Address E. W., "Times" office. 5713 WANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT. References required. Apply jto Mrs EAST, corner of Armagh and Manchester streets. 5717 rTTTANTM*. an IRON, ZINC, and TINW PLATE WORKER. A good Jobbing Hand preferred. Apply HIORNS, rArmagh street. 5715 ITTTANTED, by a respectable Married I W Woman, a young CHILD to Nurse. ■Qood references can be obtained. Apply W., >ffice of this paper. . 5607 C&\ REWARD.— LOST, this morning, OW JL between Peterborough and Colombo itreets, a LEATHER PURSE, containing :our One Pound Notes, an I. O. U., and a lot )f papers, of no use to any one but the owner. Ipply to LS. W., office of this paper. 5718 |J?7| REWARD.— LOST, from the City BoWJL Hotel, on or about April 25, a Black Ind Tan SHEEPDOG^ long tail, small white natch on the breast, one eye partly blind. Anybody bringing the same to PAGE'S ■TABLES, Christchurch, will receive the ftboye reward. 6700 I CANTERBURY VOLUNTEERS' i x - 'REPRESENTATIVE BALL. STOLEN, from the Ladies' Dreißing--5 room — , 1 Red Cavalry Poncho 1 Black Waterproof, marked A.C.W. inside I'Black Cloth Over-coat. Likewise, from the Gentlemen's Dressing>om — j 1 Black Cloth Over-coat. 1 - ■ I The committee have waited thus long, be* eying that the above would have been retrned; but, unless such is at once done, the Bus will be communicated to the police. B JAJ3. GEO. HAWKES, Bpl2 v- -*.:-—■*< Chairman of Committee. Hhristchurch volunteer itre ■ police. mk GENERAL MEETING- of the Members HjL of the force will be held in the Fire Brigade Hall, Li«hfield street, H THIS TUESDAY EVENING, H At Seven o'clock. B W. R. MITCHELL, HOB • .•: Captain. Rlyttelton private academy: BIHERE will be room for TWO Additional ■_ PUPILS. To commence en the 15th |Btant. HThe curriculum of the school includes the Hkal course of a liberal education, to which H added exercises in Gymnastics, Military Hill, and Fencing twice a week. H Terms — Three Guineas per Quarter. H French and Music extra. Up urquhart macpherson. ||~" SHOP TO LET. ~ HuPPOSED to be suitable for Watchmakers, a Boot and Shoe Shop, or a jßall Chemist. Apply to ■ R.BINSTEAD, ■B-4i Cashel street. ■ standing timber for sale. HIENDERS WANTED for the Purchase of H of about 40 BLUE GUM TREES, now ■Htoing in my paddock on the North Town in lots of 10 or upwards. to be Bent in on or before May 19, H GEORGE GOULD. Mtay 13. 6710 HT^ MANTLES ! " H MANTLES I! MANTLES ! ! ! MEERS, & CO. are now offering BmLOO T.AT>rß!|S' CHILDREN'S HBITERPROOF TWEED MANTLES, BH ' FBOM .' ' . ,'" B| ONE SHtLLiNGT! JHBlso, 100 Misses and Ladies' Waterproof Paletots, at 4s lid and 5s lid. H[ WATERLOO HOUSE. ggftj 13 6707
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