Wanted. TTTANTED IMMEDIATELY A VV BED-ROOM and SITTINGROOM, with or without Board and attendance, for a gentleman. Apply to oflice of 0. Percy Cox, East street. 4910-43 c ANTED, by a Young Widow, a y y SITUATION as Housekeeper to a gentleman, or Housekeeper and Governess to a widower with children. She teaches thorough English, French, Music Singing, and Needlework, is a good Cook and understands a dairy.—Apply to Mrs C., West Oxford. 444 g SHEEP. WANTED— To PURCHASE 5000 Sound Mouthed Merinos or Crossbreds, in lots. . Apply to SAUNDERS BROS. 313 Ashburton. TANTED Known, thO TWENTY Words are inserted in this Column for ONE SHILLING prepaid, and FORTY Words for TWO SHILLINGS prepaid. TITANTED KNOWN—That we are now \ V Selling 250 Cream Laid Commerciat Envelopes for 25., cash ; 500 ditto, 3s. 6d. cash ; and 1000 ditto, Gs. Gd., for prompl cash only. Weeks & Dixon. TTTANTED KNOWN, that Envelopes VV and Notepaper can be obtained, wholesale or retail, at unusually low rates at the “ Herald ” Oflice, East-street North. 642 WANTED KNOWN—That Money can be saved by purchasing your Stationery and Account Books, for cash, at the “Herald” and “Guardian” Whole- ( ! sale Stationery Dep6t, Saunders’ Buildings, near Station. WANTED KNOWN—That Visiting Cards, plain or mourning, can be obtained printed in various styles, at the “Herald” and “Guardian” offices, near the Rai '"'ay Station WANTED KNOWN—That the cheap- i est z.nd neatest CARDS may bo *' had. at ■* he ] “GUARDIAN OFFICE.” < Amusements. < POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY. Town hall, ashburton. . SATURDAY, 14th FEBRUARY. , ENGLISH OPERA BOUFFE AND , COMEDY COMPANY. r Acknowledged by the Press to be the ] most complete Company travelling. ; PROGRAMME— i ROSE OF AUVERGNE, s SCENES FROM MARITANA, , MUSICAL MELANGE t AND SOLDIER’S RETURN. ] Prices : Reserved seats, numbered, 4s ; ( Back seats, 2s. i ROARING FUN. FITS of LAUGHTER. HAL GRAY, 52c-502a Advance Agent. / Lecture. PASTOR CHINIQUY IN ASHBURTON. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Rev Mr. Chiniquy will (D.V.) preach in the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH On SUNDAY MORNING, 15th INST., And in the WESLEYAN CHURCH on the Evening of the same day. The Rev. Gentleman will deliver a Lecture in the TOWN HALL ON MONDAY, IGth INSTANT., At 7.30 Sharp. Tickets to be had from Messrs. St. Hill, Robinson, and Nelson, or at the door. 404g-43c Meetings.GOOD TEMPLAR HALL COMPANY, " LIMITED. fTTHE annual general MEETING of the jL Shareholders of the TEMPLAR HALL COMPANY (Limited), will be held in the Templar Hall on THURSDAY, February 19th, at 7.30 p.m. Business : Adoption of Report and Balancesheet ; Election of Directors, in place of Messrs. Charles Braddell and Thos. Williams, whose seats hav e become vacant, and Messrs. Scott and Andrews, who retire by ballot. By order. W. H. ZOUOH, 500 g Secketaky. UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. IN consequence of the sitting of the Assessment Court on the 27th inst., the Meeting of the Ratepayers for the election of a member in the place of the late Mr. Charles Reid has been POSTPONED till the day following (28th instant). ROBT. D. PULLAR, 589 a Clerk. UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. A MEETING of the Ratepayers of this Road District will take place on FRIDAY, the 27th inst., at 10 o’clock a.in., in the Road Board Oflice, for the purpose of electing a member in the room of the late Mr. Charles Reed. A Poll, if demanded, will be held the same day, and close at 4 o’clock p.m. DONALD McLEAN, Chairman. Road Board Oflice, 487 g Wcstcrfield, 10th February, 1880. DISTRESS IN IRELAND. A MEETING of the COMMITTEE will be hold in the Borough Council Chambers, on MONDAY next, the 16th inst., at 7 p.m. By Order, CHARLES BRADDELL, Secretary of Committee. Ashburton, 13th February, 1880. 28 —5Gc— 506g ASHBURTON CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. 3 LITHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETI ING will be held at Quill’s Hotel, 3 on FRIDAY", 20th February, inst., at 8 1 o’clock, p.m. Business—--1 To receive Annual Report; Election t of Directors and Officers for eni, suing year. y All members requested to attend. J. E. HYDE HARRIS, 47c-499« Hon. Secretary.
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