New Advertisements. MOUNT HUTT ROAD DISTRICT.; VTOTIOE is hereby given that the ••i_V ANNUAL MEETING-. of .-Rater payers will take place on TUESDAY, the 6th of January, 1830, at the hour of 12 o’clock noon, at the Road Board Office, ’-let'iveu, for the .purpose of electing two • lumbers in the place of Messrs. Edward Chapman attd- Pannett, 'who retire by ballot, but are eligible for revelecfcidn. The Poll, if necessity, will be taken immediately after the nomination, and will close at 4 o’ clock, p. in.W. COMPTON, - RetiSfHf^OßWer. Methven, 20th Dec., 1879.. . , . 303 UPPER ASMBDRXON^mMfRfev IVT tJTICB is hereby. ‘ . the IX ANNUAL MEETING of the Ratepayers .of the above district willbfi-heldat the. Road Board Office, Wester field j bn TUESDAY, January dthj at Noon, to elect two members to serve; in the room of Messrs’'Charlies Reed and; f laasCWTSaitgent (Members Nos. 2 and 4. Wards* who retire by rotation,* but- Who, -aifeefigiblo for re-election. ' T-sb ions*:A poll, if necessary ,'; -wiU._ belaid >at once, and will close at 4 o’clock p.ra. ' ' CHARLES REEt), 291 . : • <->> . Chairman. T AND TO LET FOR CROPPING i-J-In Blocks.of fcam-206--.'t».2,000 .acres within two miles of the Ashburton Township). - : ; ■■■■ For particulars apply to " c- ; MR. JAMES SCOTTh - s ■ ■ rriasstgoa^ Or to • - GEORG Tenders must be sent in not later 4han the 30th inst.'• - 306 ASHBURTON -, PASTORAL - a ■ A general held at Sheartnan’s Hotel ,' on THURSJja Y, the Bth JANUAIR^.! 1880,, %t 2 p.m. . ' , . •■- • 'Btrsiifitsar— I To consider the Bering Rule VI. ■ To settle date and place of ,holding a ■ Reaper and Binder contest,, and other invpqrtant business. ’ GEORGE JAMESON, ; Secretary. Persons’Wirlihg'to offer'ground for holding the Reaper and Binder contest please commuhicate with the Secretary at •au.eai'ly date. ■ ~G fy... ;317 ITIHE UNITED MASONIC CHOIR ■S_ will meet for Practice THIS EVENING, at 7.30, at the usual place. i; n. j,’ wet 322 Organist. SPECIAL NOTICE. i, ,;LA requested to,. theGhurb SUNDAY., (^o-mo o rrDj#)^; Bishop,, ‘ There wilf be iroVtlraJ^Sp-.. THE, BRETHREN , of Ithe • ORANGE Institution* w- : rsquested to MEET at thd' Lodge j R6onL' at - THIS EVENING. 324 ’ ■ SAM.; B^Nfi&SON WANTED— A Camp - Apply John Gbioo, Longbeach.P' ' ; ~ 914 SHEEP. V TIT ANTED—To- .PURQPASE SOOO i W Soupd Mouthed Meringg or,oni||t breds, in lots,. • V ■ ; A PP I | J J^ OgR |; BRO g^ 813 "Ashburton. GALEDONIAN, ’S&QRTS. rjIHE above will be TO-DAY, Commencing at 10 o’clock a.nj, ; **: * , It j. e. .hyde Harris; 321* . ' ' '.yTt, - , v"” ASiHß ,'\y Farm, i Garden,, apd ’ and Garden Requisites of evprydescrip- • i tiorr *at Lowest Raitefe.; Street. ’ 43*
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