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New Advertisements. MOUNT SOMER§ ROAD BOARD. THE NEXT MEETING of the above Board will be held at the Road Board Office on Monday, the Ist Dec., at noon. JAMES FRASER, 200 Clerk. ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. } the following THE attention of owners of and occupiers of land on the South Rakaia Plains is drawn to the fact that a PETITION in,favor of thjsßill now before the Legislative Assoiabl* for - supplying a certain part of the Plafiis with water, and repudiating the charts contained in a PETITION against th« said Bill presented teethe Legislatijp Assembly, is lying fo| signature places; Mr. (W. A. "*irown Rakaia Road County Council occupiers and la Bill becoming law ai the PETITION imme By order, F. MAINWARING, Clerk. Ashburton, November 24, 1879. 221 ertsey ; South , at Rakaia ; burton. Those in favor of the uested to sign *yASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. Builders desirous of tendering for the erection of FENCING, and OUTBUILDINGS, &c., on Reserve 769, Baring Square, Ashburton, are requested to send in sealed tenders, duly endorsed, and addressed to the Architect, on or before Noon on TUESDAY, the 26th November. / The Drawing and Specification may be seen at the Architect’s Office. J. STANLEY BRUCE, C.E. 684a-19G ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. IVTOTICE IS HEREBY GDfEN that a SPECIAL MEETING of the Council will be held on Wplnesday, the 25th inst., immediAtely afjfc the ordinary meeting to be hem. on tj»t day, to consider the advisability of closing the road between ■ rural#sections 24,398, 30,710, 27,030, and 24,398, and 30,711 Mount Board district, and any objectign»made thereto by any person likely to mvmer injury thereby, as provided in sut*ction 10 section 93 of The Public IwTks Act, 1876.” By Order,” FJ MAINWARING, Clerk. Ashburton, Nov. 11, 1879. ■ 223—719 a MOUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD. NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS. ALL OUTSTANDING RATES remaining UNPAID after the 31st December next will be SUED for without further Motive. Rates‘payable at the Road Board Office, Mount, Somers. By order, JAMES FRASER, 199 Clerk. MOUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD. TO CONTRACTORS. ALL CONTRACTORS whose contracts are BEHIND TIME are hereby notified that if the work be NOT FINISHED within one month from this date, the penalties as provided in the specifications under which the contracts were let, will be strictly ENFORCED. By order, JAMES FRASER, Clerk. November 16th, 1879. 201 MOUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD. TENDERS are invited for the undermentioned works : No. 30. —Keeping all the shingle roads in Repair, from Boyer’s stream to F orth Ashburton, at per chain, for 12 months. No. 31.—Keeping the North Ashburton Ford in Repair for 12 months. . No. 32.—Shingling Road from Anama crossing to M’Olyraont’sfence, about one mile. No. 33. —Keeping Valetta, Roxburgh, Coach Crossing, and Cameron’s Fords in repair for twelve, months. Specifications to be seen at Hood’s Hotel, or at the Road Board Office. Tenders to be sent in not later than noon on MONDAY, Ist December. JAMES FRASER, 202 •' . Clerk. UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. IATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that _J_X| this Board at its next meeting intends to STRIKE a RATE of 6d in the £on all the rateable property in the district. By order, ROBT. D. PULLAR, 179 Clerk. WAKANUI ROAD BOARD. TO COLLECTORS. TENDERS are invited for •Collecting Outstanding RATES for 1878-9, and RATE for 1879-80 —in accordance with the Rating Act, 1876. To find two sureties £IOO each. Particulars can be obtained at the Board Office, Moore street, and Tenders addressed to the Chairman Will be received till 10 a.m. on THURSDAY DEC. 4, 1879 FOOKS & SON, 219 Surveyors to the Board. WAKANUI BLACKSMITHS’ SHOP. WILLIAM COCKLE, begs to inform the inhabitants of the Wakanui District that he has RE-OPENED the Blacksmith’s shop near the School, and hopes by doing good work and strict attention to business to merit a share of their patronage. WILLIAM COCKLE, General Blacksmith, 204 Wakanui.
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