I TJTTANTED, a BLACKSMITH. Apply at I VV the CANTERBURY FOUNDRY. ' r 8603 W\\T ANTED, a respectable LAD. Apply WVV to G. P. DAVE, at the Manufactory, Colombo street south. 8638 WANTED, a NDRSE GIRL, about 15 years of age. Apply to Mrs LEWIS, Arms, Durham street. 8545. WANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Miss DEARSLEY, Cashel street east. 8647 WANTED, BOARD AND RESIDENCE in a Private Family. Address F. H., " Times " office, Christchurch. 8654 WANTED, a smart active YOUTH for the kitchen. Apply BLIGH'S Canterbury Restaurant, Whately road. 8682 WANTED, TAILORS. First-class Coat Hands. Highest Wages given. J. BALLANTYNE & CO., Dunstablo House. 8667 WANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT; also, young GIRL, as nurse. Apply Mrs CRAIG, corner of Montreal and Worcester streets. 8687 TO COMPOSITORS. WANTED immediately, TWO GOOD JOBBING HAftDS. Apply to H. F. BAKER, BSB9 "Times" Office, Christchurch. TO WELL SINKERS. ! TENDERS are required for SINKING an ARTESIAN WELL. Apply afc the New Town Butchery, Harper street. 8686 JOHN B. NISBET. TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. ON TUESDAY, Oct. 7, the QUARTERLY MEETING will be held in the Temperance Hall. After which, a SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING will take place, for the Election of Three Trustees to fill up vacancies in the Trust, and other important business. To commence at 7.30 p.m. W. B. CLARKSON, 8683 Hon. Sec. MRS ROBINSON, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, "DEGS to inform her friends and customers j J3 that in consequence of the removal of her premises in Cashel street, she has taken a SHOP in the Triangle, opposite Petersen and Co., High street. 8688 I. XSE33EL3M:^.Mr BEGS to inform the Public that lie has just received an extensive assortment of the newest and most elegant designs of Jewellery, Diamonds, Watches, &c, and is prepared to sell same at the lowest possible remunerative prirea. An early inspection solicited. WATCHES &■ JEWELLERY BEPAIRED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. COLONIAL JEWELLERY MADE TO ORDER. I. HERMAN, Watchmaker and Jeweller, High street, Christchurch. 6168 fTIHE FRIENDS of the late Mr ABRAJL HAM BEVERLEST are respectfully informed that his FUNERAL will leave" hi! late residence, Saxon Hotel, Lyttelton, at s Quarter to Three, leaving the Christchurcl Btation at 3.10 p.m. on TUESDAY, OCT. 7. E. DUCKWORTH, 8685 Undertaker. JOYCE'S SPORTING AMMUNITION. Established 1820. MIHE attention of Sportsmen is invited to JL the following Ammunition, of the beat quality, now in general use throughout England, India, and the colonies : — Joyce 'a Treble Waterproof Central Fire Percussion Caps ; ChemioAlly-prepared Cloth and Felt Gun and Wadding; Joyce's Gas-tight Cartridges, for Pin-fire and Central-fire Breechloading Guns; Wire Cartridges for killing Game at long distances; and every descrip tion of Sporting Ammunition. Hold by all Gunmakers and Dealers in Gunpowder. FREDERICK JOYCE & CO., Putenteeand Manufacturers, 566 57, Upper Thames Btreet,London.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Star, Issue 1750, 6 October 1873

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Star, Issue 1750, 6 October 1873

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