Uaw Advertisements. LIONS! TIGERS !* w IL'i) BEAST SHOW, Consisting of the LARGEST LIVING LION Ever exhibited in the Australian colonies, measuring 10ft. from tip of tail to nose, and weighing SOOlbs. Also, THE ONLY CHEETAH TIGER Ever exhibited in the Australian colonies. One RUSSIAN BEAR: and also the MUSKBTLLY, the only living Indian Snake-killer in the colonies, likewise other Small Animals WILL BE EXHIBITED THIS EVENING, From 6 to 10 o’clock. The Show has been inspected by t» _Victoria, New "South Wales, South Australia, and Queensland. Families should ‘ not let this opportunity pass without, witnessing the Show, the price of., r.admission being to suit all classes. . • ~.. . FOR A FEW NIGHTS ONLY. Admission : Adults, Is. ; children/ 6d. 328 •- . WANTED— A COOK for t*loughmen’«' Camp Lousjbeach, - Apply Johit ; ’ Gbiog, 314' SHEEP. WANTED— To PURCHASE 5000 Sound Mouthed Merinos or Crossbreds, in lots. - Apply to, • SAUNDERS BROS. " 313 Ashburton. v: R. LAND TAX ACT,. 1878.., NOTICE TO PERSONS LIABLE TO PAY LAND TAX. - PERSONS who are liable tp ; pay Land Tax, but who have not paid the same, are informed that proceedings-will be taken for .the .recovery amounte, which may remain unpaid on 3fst inst, JOHN • Commissioner. Land Tax Office. .. • s-vy Wellington, 16th-December, 1879. r ' 329 , IMPOUNDED at South Rakaia, on - Dec. :23rd, •from;-. Rokeby, 15 :W°fdly, SHEEP; various ;eaav : marks, cthrands indistinct. Also on 27th from this township, 29 shorn SHEEP, bianded B on ywmp,. a stroke about 4 inches projects from the . back of the brand If not released by January 9th they will be sold. GEO. SHELLOOK, 326 Poundkeeper. ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. A GENERAL MEETING will be held at Shearman’s Hotel on THURSDAY, the Bth JANUARY, 1880, at*2 To consider the advisability of altering Rule VI. 1 ‘ To settle date and place of holding a Reaper and Binder contest, and ■ other important business. ’ george jameson; Secretary, ■; Persons, willing to offer ground ,for>hdld*-', ing the J Reaper and Bidder contest will ’’ pleaSe communicate withtha Secretary afc an early -dale.' ‘ .• >•' ’ . . 317, ■ ■ THIS DAY.' :!" V laying Foundation stONir. ■. somerset Masonic halL . • . In’,Connection with v ' LODGE, 1811, 8.0., ASHBURTON. ALL BRETHREN are requested to ;• meet in Full Masonic Dress* at jtho Somerset Lodge Room, at l p,i&j, pn TUESDAY, 80th inst.;- and march- from there to the site of New Masonic Hall to witness, , the laying of the Foundation Stone. :r Installation of Officers at 5 p.m. Banquet at Town Hall at 7.30 p.m. 300—8Gla HENRY ZANDER. • Hon. Seci'etary. sealy; ; b;r6s.,' lEEDSMEN AND ;NUBSEfIYMKN, jf. : ; ’ ■ HxaT ; AsußuirrQ*j'i . • Farm, Garden, and Flower Seeds and Garden Requisites of every descrip-' tipn Lowest Rates. Nursery— Moore Street. 43*
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