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r 'V;BW »r i 2 ° I °L UP Tos! counierp* i Ditto, deed, Stocis Ata A?r-°' ' £,oi ‘ “ f L P s.s^» v°*'*r 1 Bill S ‘o“ d a.-.WWSf-wrtß

rent -with or wlth ' TUto, with P' e " t h' 'premium an i- onl rent, or t X more , annual Lwymices, on rs jSSSU «nr Policy y /100 o) o X o evct. ~, ... • of.-- six months lOf „ Ditto, not • - roo Is- .12 months ° “ _ I every /, otsjey ••• “ ° Power ol AU tjft , oil demand promissory N« , * bearer, on dp Sr*’**’ “ .. o o

P a<l , ~”• awards .- ° Receipt far -£ 2 ’ *.jh ; ve puithftse , %■>«■?:. 2 6 .thereof •■• (except every of oiq q n ue va. MOO. '-vs .dd shines till about 8

•I chines till about *'ll nearly I The Moon at 3 da, o’dkck. The Moon at 6 days 01 half-past io o’clock. The Moon at 8 days old shines 1. o’clock in ffae morning. The Moon at 12 days old shines from down till about 4 in the morning.

Tie Moon ac 15 days old is full, and shines ali flight. The Moon at 18 days old rises about 9 p.m. and shines till morning. The Moon at 21 days old rises about 11 p.m. and shines till morning. The Moon at 24 days old rises about 2 a.m. and shines till morning. The Moon at 27 days old rises about 4 a.m. ■qd shines till sunrise.

THE' HOUSEWIFE’S TABLE. f Hnwin'e is a very valuable housewife’s The’ fo llowing having scaks ta j C ’ • at ban d may readily measure the and weight! « ‘ any recipe without the article ' vantt ... ‘ Uowance to be made for trouble of we. . or mo i stU re of the aran extraoirdinai 7 dryness tide weighed or ' measum7 ; Wheat flour, t pound is x I quart. Indian meal, r 1 ™und 2 oui> es Butter, when soV> 1 pound « * Loaf sugar, broken V* V OU ” nd I ounce White sugar, powc eiet *» I pou.

are I quart. , Ten -eggs are i pound • Flour, 4 pecks are I bv ' ls hel. . Sixteen Large tablespoa nsful are I pint. Eight large teaspoonsful are I gil. Four large teaspoonsful ai ' e /z g l "* Two gills are % pint. Two pints aie I quart. Pour quarts are 1 gallon. . A common sized tumbler holds . Vz P*n|* A common sized wine glass h a S’ll- - tea-cup is I gill. A large wine-glass is x gill. Forty drops are equal to I teaspooafuu--Four teaspoonfuls are equal to x tablespov.’’ll-

REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Births. —Barents and all other persons present at a birth, are liable under the Act for Registration under penalty of £lO ; failing, Hie occupier of house in which such birth took place is liable. Births are registered free up to sixty-two days, day of birth and of registration, both inclusive; afterwards up to six months, on payment of ss. penalty, and after •’■ation as to truth of particulars being l a ' * - and beyond six months only after duly made r orc a Magistrate, and on proconviction be,_ . A con viction signed by duction of certificate -■< and within one

Magistrate or Clerk to Be. month of such conviction, provisions as to registration exposed, and registration of ; year of birth. Marriages. —Marriages ,pb;pd with open doors - , betw moiling and four in the a presence of two or more wil Objecting io be married by a c married in Registrar’s offi< Persons desirous of being m notice to,the Registrar of the

trict in which they live, £? residing in the district ?p whi married for three clear da) certificate from the ißegistp And persons living in differ either both reside for three gatjje district, or else obtain viz {—oivt from the Jiegistr

are liable for the registration within thirty- one days; and foiling these, the Undertaker .or person so acting, under penalty of £lo; but fJ ;v of the persons liable may depute, in ■w/AhJi/i some person acquainted with particufons ftepuired to attend and register ; and itire person Watering MUST in all cases take •to ithe :RcgirtW t'jc Doctor's Certificate of Death. In all case? Off Jbnrial, the Undertaker

or person so acting, .must Registrar within seyen tificate, duty signed ;by officiating Minister, or two 1 sent at such burial, Under ing such Ilurial Certificales y» are liable to a penalty of £5 officiating and not signing 1 are also liable to a penalty of Any person "” f

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 25, 22 November 1879

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