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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 48, 23 September 1865
TENDERS. 'TENDERS will be received up to FriX day, 29th inst., at noon, for tho erection of tho Wosloyan Church, Hokitika. Plaus and specifications to be seen at tlio storo of Messrs. Alcora and Co. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. TO CARPENTERS AND CONTRACTORS. npENDERS aro invited for making - 1 - alterations to tho Scandinavian Hotol. Plans and specification tos bo scon on tho promises at once. THOMAS GIBSON. WANTED, SCENIC ARTIST. ApV v ply, Hokitika Storo. "WANTED, to rent a small liouso of V * ono or two apartments. Addross to C. D., " Wost Coast Times" Oflico. WANTED Two or Three respectable * V intelligent young Women. Referon cos indispensible. Liboral salaries will bo given. Apply — Prince Patrick Hotol. TTT ANTED to charter Freight for flOspars TV from Wharf, Hokitika, to Nelson. THOMAS POLE & CO., Wharf street. WANTED Publicans and consumora to know that Pmisy and Arkell are now prepared to supply them with thoir NBW BREW of Ale and Porter, in bulk and bottle. Weld streot, Hokitika. TjyANTED to purchase a good Boat, Y » 15 or 16 feot long. Apply, Haworth and Co., on tho Whort. ■WANTED it well known that a first- ' » class Diunor, consisting of Soup, Joints, and Pastry, can bo bed for 35., ready from 12 to <t, at North's Otago Dining Rooms; opposito tho wharf. AN experienced Book-kcopor wants a •^ situation. Unexceptionable references. Addross, M. E. G., care of Messrs J. R. Anderson and Co., Revcll street, Hokitika. pABINETMAKERS Wanted. Apply Munchauson's Furniture Warehouso, Wold street, near Rcvell streot. BAND. ~ A FIRST-CLASS Quadrille Band, con- - tr sisting of Harp, Violin,' and Clarionet, have just arrived and aro open for engagement. Address, G. Lutcii, Musician, London Hotol, Hokitika. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. rpHE partnership hithorto existing bo- ■*- tweon Joseph Williams and David Stewart, under tho stylo or firm of Joseph Williams and Co., Chemists and Druggists, Revoll streot, Hokitika, is this day dissolved by mutual consont. The business Mill in futuro be carried on by Joseph Williams, who will rocoivo all dobts and discharge all liabilities in connection with tho abovo businoss. JOSEPH WILLIAMS. DAVID STEWART. Witnesses to both signatures — ■ William Chambors. William King. ■VTOTIOE is horoby given, that the -^ partnership which has for somo time past boon carried on by William Moffat and Luko Skolly, under the firm of Moffat and Skclly, at Rovoll strcot, Hokitika, in tho trade or businoss of butchers, was this day dissolved by mutual consent, as witness our hands, this 18th clay of Septembor, 1865. WILLIAM MOFFAT, LUKE SKELLY. Witness — H. C. Mandy, Articled Clerk. To W. J. H. O'Louohlan, Solicitor, Hokitika. AH dobts duo to and by tho said firm of Moffat and Skolly, will bo received and paid by tho said William Moffat. NOTICE. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. rpHE partnership hitherto oxisting bo- *- tweon R. Fano and C Craddock, carrying on businoss as hotol keepers, and known as tho Havolock Hotel, Hokitika, is this day dissolved by mutual consont. Tho businoss will in futuro bo carried on by C. Craddock, who will rocoivo all debts and discharge all liabilities in connection with tho abovo businoss. (Signed) I?. FANE. C. CRADDOCK. Witness — D. Isaacs, Hokitika, Sopt. 20, 1865. INFORMATION is required respecting tho fate of WILLIAM SCOTT, who was supposed to have been drowned in a lagoon about 12 miles to tho south of Hokitikn, about two months ago. Apply at the ollico of this papor. Any person who will givo such information as will load to tho discovery, doad or alivo, of tho missing man, will bo rewarded . DONALD M'DONALD. ILLIAM M'VEAGH. — Should this meet tho oyo of William M'Vcagh, ho is requested to writo to his sister, Mrs Wm. Martin, Church stroot, Invorcargill. Was last heard of in Spring Gully, Sandhurst, about throe years ago, and is now supposed to bo on tho Wost Coast. Any ono who can givo any information concerning him, will groatly obligo by writing to tho abovo addross, or to tho oifico of this paper. _^_ Tl/TR. WILLIAM COPELAND, from -*•"-*- Glasgow, ploaso sond your address toMr J. Nowton, tinsmith, Tlokitika, or to James Purvio, Molbourno Gonoral Comotory, Victoria. IF any of tho mates of tho man John Scott, that was accidentally drowned whilo crossing tho Totnra, will communicate with John Jameson, they will confor a great favor, Address care of Rhodes and Co,, Branch oflico, " West Coaßt Times." TTENRICK SEEBECK, your brothor is -E-*- ou tho Groy township, R FREDERICK LEMA^QUAIS, communicate i with youf' brothor at Christohurch ; ho is anxious to hoar from yon. REV. B. DRAKE will preach in tho Hall of tho Empire Hotol ovory Sunday morning and ovoniug at 11 and half-past 0 o'clock.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 48, 23 September 1865
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