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Public Notices. MOUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD. rnHE VALUATION LIST for the JL MOUNT SOMERS ROAD DISTRICT will be open for inspection at MR. J. HOOD’S, Mount Somers, till FKBRUARY 15th, ISSO, and all OBJECTIONS thereto must be loft at the Roan Board Office, Mount Somers, on or before the 15fh February, 1880, addressed to the Assessment Court; and a Copy of every such Objection must be left at the Road Board Office, Mount Somers, not less than Seven Days before the next sitting of the said Court. JAMES FRASER, Clerk to the Mount Somers 404 g Road Board. ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A REAPER and BINDER CONTEST will be held under the auspices of the above association, on or about the 20th JANUARY. The exact date will appear in a future advertisements. GEORGE JAMESON, 380 g Secretary. V. R. IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF MASSON & CO., BAKERS, TINWALD. ALL DEBTS due this Estate will now be SUED FOR without further application. By order of the Trustee, W. R. BOYLE, 391 g Moore Street. Y. R. IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF MESSRS. HOOPER, AITKEN & CO., STOREKEEPERS, ASHBURTON. ALL DEBTS due to the above Estate, if not paid to me on or before the 31st instant, will be SUED FOR without further. notice. By order of the Trustees. W. R BOYLE, 392 g Moore. Street. MOUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD. CONTRACTORS and others having CLAIMS against the Mount Somers Road Board arc requested to FORWARD THEM before MONDAY, January 19th. By order, JAMES FRASER, 352 g Clerk. CAUTION. ANY Person found removing Timber from the swamps in the Hinds, part of the Laghmor Estate, or trespassing thereon, after this date, will bo PROSECUTED. DONALD M‘LEAN. January 10th, 1880. 381 G THE EDUCATION BOARD OF THE DISTRICT OF NORTH CANTERBURY. ELECTION OF COMMITTEE. niHE Board, in pursuance of power in j that behalf conferred by “The Education Act, 1877,” (section 03) hereby directs-that a Public Meeting of the householders in every school district throughout tho Education District of North Canterbury to be held on MONDAY, the twenty-sixth day of January, one thousand eight hundred and eighty, at seven o’clock in the evening, for the election in each district of seven householders (section 03) to form the Committee for such district for the year ending with the fourth Monday in January next year. The place of meeting shall be the schoolhouse in each district which is provided with a schoolhouse, and this is understood to mean the main schoolhouse in any district which has more than one school. In the districts in which schools are not yet built, the places of meeting shall be as follows : Aylesbury —House of Mr. William Bladder. Cambridge—House of Mr. Joseph Megson. Flemington—Wheatstone Hotel. Kirwee —Kirwee Hotel. Lob urn North—House of Mr. J. A. Cunningham. The Board further directs that the first meeting of each School Committee he held in the place appointed for the election, and immediately after the election upon the same evening. Tho Board requests the Chairman of each public meeting to make to the Board, immediately after the election, a return of the names of the several householders elected to form the Committee, and recommends that each Chairman of Committee report his own election as soon as possible. J. Y. COLBORNE YEBL, Secretary. Christchurch, 9th Jan., 1830. 377 g FRANCIS PHILIP O’REILLY, Barrister, Solicitor, & Conveyancer, TANCRED STREET, ASHBURTON, Next Messrs. Orr and Co.’s. 302 g SPECIAL NOTICE. JpROFESSOR WALLENBURG, Oculist. Aurist, and Specialist (From Europe.) May he consulted upon all Diseases of the Eye, Ear, and Throat, Deafness, Noises in the Head, Defective Sight, Cataracts, Amaurosis, Opthalmia, GuttaSerena, Loss of the Eyelashes, Inflammation, and all Diseases of the Eye, Ear, and Throat, treated upon new and scientific principles. PROFESSOR WALLENBURG. WILL ARRIVE IN ASHBURI ON, MONDAY, 19th JANUARY, 1880, And may ho Consulted at his Consulting Rooms at MR. THOS. QUILL’S COMMERCIAL HOTEL, For TEN 10 DAYS’ ONLY. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. Blindness and Deafness. (“ Oamaru Mail,” Dec. 15.) Professor Walleuburg is still kept busy with patients. We on Saturday received a visit from two persons upon whom he had operated. Their names are Mr. Nicholas Power and Mr. Janies McGrath, both of Waimate. The first-mentioned had been deaf in one ear for 14 years. On Wednesday last he visited the doctor, and obtained some relief. On Thursday lie was perfectly cured, a grass seed and an accumulation of skin which had gatthered around it having been extracted. He told ns that he could hear better with the ear that had been operated upon than he could with the other. The last men-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 49, 17 January 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 49, 17 January 1880

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