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WARWICK HOTEL, CORNER OF MANCHESTER AND CASHEL STREETS. :es:D"^S7Kr.^:o.-o iesx*"^ xatk of WETHERSTONE'S (Otago), HOKITIKA, THE BULLER, AND ADDISON'S FLAT (West Coast). WINES AND SPIRITS Of the Choicest Quality only kept And SPARKLING ALES. Every Accommodation for Boarders, And GOOD STABLING. 6481 THE friends of WALTER MACFAKLAjNK are respectfully invited to attend "thu FUNERAL of his lato SON, Walter Douglas, to leave his residence, Manchester street north, on FRIDAY, tho 4th, at 2 o'clock. 64£ b CENTRAL HOTEL, COLOMBO STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. WMOIR bogs to return his sincere • thanks to all those who have so liberally supported him during the last eight years, and to inform his old customers an::! the public generally that he bas DISPOSED OF THE HOTEL BUSINESS TO MR E. HIORNS, And trusts that tho same liberal patronage will be extended to him. REFERRING TO THE ABOVE, OES. DBEXCXE^W^ Begs respectfully to inform the Public th;: he has taken the above Hotel, and hopes, 1> strict attention to tho comfort of Traveliand Persons visiting this Hotel, combir.o with cleanliness and moderate charges, < merit a continuance of that support ;.;. liberally bestowed upon his predecessor. ALE, WINES, AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST BRANDS. 6*93 NOTICE. ALL OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS due. to me must bp PAID on or before the 15th inst., otherwise they will be sued for without further notice. E. HIORNS, Late "3inc Worker. Central Hotel, Oct. 3, 1872. 619: TO CARPENTERS. npENDERS are invited for the erection ■.•' JL a PAVILION for the Christchu !•••'' Cricket Club. Plans and Specifications can «>■■ seen at the Lyttelton Times office. The loni-* 1 or any tender not necessarily accepted. A. M. OLLIVIER, 6494 Hon. Sec. FURNITURE! FURNITURE!! SALE BT AUCTIO ?:.-. AT MR KENT'S, OXFORD TERRACE, TO-MORROW, At noon. T. PREECE, 6491 Auctioneer.I NOMINATED IMMIGRATION. PERSONS can now send for FRUCXJ: from Europe on payment of 1 FIVE POUNDS PER STATUTE AIU'; FRiCE PASSAGES aro granted to ir' ' Wonn-n between th<; ages of 16 and 35 I J. 1 JHVIN MARCH. .' 1 immigration QiftA--i Ini'-'ii/rfitiitn Ol T !-..- --v/i'iribi't'hurch, A ug. 2.0, 1872.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Star, Issue 1436, 3 October 1872

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