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Impounding Notice. IMPOUNDED, at South Eakaia, Jan. X 11, 1 Black Filly Hack, about 18 months old, little white on near hind foot; and 1 Bay Filly about same age, half draught, little white on near hind foot, star on forehead ; both from near Kyle. If not released by Jan. 26 they will be sold. GEO. SHBLLOOK, Poundkecper.

Public Notices. WAKANUI ROAD BOARD. RATE NOTICE. A LL RATES for the year 1880 are collectable during April, and OVERDUE RATES MUST BE PAID forthwith. JAMES WILKIE, 418a—968a Collector. THE EDUCATION BOARD OF THE DISTRICT OF NORTH CANTERBURY. SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF ELGIN & WAKANUI. rnHE EDUCATION BOARD of the I. District of North Canterbury hereby publicly notifies that in pursuance of the power conferred by the “ Education Act, 1877,” section 35, it has resolved to DIVIDE the SCHOOL DISTRICT of WAKANUI into two districts, to be called respectively the School Districts of Elgin and Wakanni, and that the BOUNDARIES of these districts are as follows : Boundaries of the School District of Elgin—commencing at a point on the river Ashburton, being the southernmost corner of the Ashburton School District, thence north-easterly following the boundary of that district to trig, station 15a, therics easterly and southeasterly, follo wing the boundary of the Cambridge School District to the road forming the north-east boundary of section 28270 ; thence south-westerly following that road to its junction with the road southwest of section 22611; thence northwesterly following the latter road to the Has'ornmost corner of section 16057 ; thence south-westerly following the south-east boundary of section 16057, and 20485 to section 16680 ; thence north-westerly and south-easterly, following the northeast and south-west boundaries of the latter section to the Wakanui Creek ; thence westerly following a straight line to the southernmost corner of section 7774; thence north-easterly following the southwestern boundary of that section to the western corner thereof ; thence south-westerly following a line in continuation of the north-west boundary of the said section to the river Ashburton, thence returning north-westerly along the same to the commencing point. Boundaries of the School District of Wakanni—Bounded towards the northward by the School District of Elgin, as hereinbefore defined, towards the north-east by the School District of Seafield, towards the south-east by the sea, and towards the south-west by the river Ashburton. The Board hereby calls PUBLIC MEETINGS of the householders of the above-mentioned districts to be held on MONDAY, the twenty-sixth day of JANUARY, 1880, at seven o’clock in the evening, for the purpose of electing Committees for such districts for the year ending with the fourth MONDAY in JANUARY, 1881. The places of meeting will be as follows : ELGIN—The House of Mr. J. Stanley Bruce. WAKANUI—The Schoolhouso. The Board further directs that the first meeting of each School Committee be held in the places appointed for the election immediately after the election upon the same evening. t, J. V. COLBORNE VEEL, 429 a ' Secretary. Christchurch, 22nd January, 1880. THE EDUCATION BOARD OP THE DISTRICT OF NORTH CANTERBURY. ELECTION OF COMMITTEE. mHE Board, in pursuance of power in I that behalf conferred by “The Education Act, 1877,” (section 63) hereby directs that a Public Meeting of the householders in every school district throughout the 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 63) 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 schoolliouse in each district which is provided with a schoolliouse, and this is understood to mean the main schoolhousa 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 Blaclder. Cambridge—House of Mr. Joseph Megson. Flemington—Wheatstone Hotel. Kirwee—Kirweo Hotel. Loburn North—House of Mr. J. A. Cunningham. The Board further directs that the first meeting of each School Committee be held in the place appointed for the election, and immediately after the election upon the same evening. The 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. V. COLBORNE VEEL, Secretary. Christchurch, 9th Jan., 1880. 377 g TOTARA ! TOTARA ! ! TOTARA ! ! ! NOTICE. To members of County Councils, Road Boards, Contractors, and others. THE undersigned desires to notify that he is prepared to supply SAWN TOTARA (or Black Pine) for Bridges, Culverts, Slabbing wells, or other purposes, of any dimensions, and in large or small quantities to suit customers. ALPHEUS HAYES, Timber Merchant, East street, Ashburton. N.B.—Building Timber*, Firewood, Stakes, &c., now on sale at the yards, East street, near Railway station, at lowest current rates, or can be delivered at any station along the line direct from the mills. Firewood by the truck-load at greatly reduced prices. 967 a* —413 g CHINIQUY’S LECTURES. —H. M. Jokes, Stationer, Baring square.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 52, 24 January 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 52, 24 January 1880

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