COBKEISPONDiiINCEI. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents. ST. STEPHEN’S. To THE EDITOK. Sir, — I hoar, and it is currently reported, that the Rev. V/. E. Paige has withdrawn his resignation, and that the Bishop has accepted the same. Have we a vestry here since they resigned in a body, and do they still act ? As no one hears of anything being done, and the matter being important, it would be as well if meetings of vestry were reported. I have since heard Mr. Paige has accepted the living of Lincoln. Can anyone give any information ?—I am, Ac. A Parishioner. Ashburton, 10th Dec., 18S0. Lost and Found. £1 REWARD. IT OST—A dark GELDING, G years old, 2 white spots on each side of saddle ; white star on forehead, mark like P.R. on rump. Any person returning same, or giving information leading to its recovery, will receive above reward. 51c 5010 A. THIELE. FOUND. FOUND, near Hayes’ timber yards, a PADLOCK KEY. Owner can have same on paying for this advertisement. Apply office of this paper. 517 g Volunteer Notices. ASHBURTON RIFLES. MEMBERS desirous of attending the Easter Review at Christchurch are requested to attend PARADE THIS EVENING, or send in their names to the Secretary not later than WEDNESDAY, 18th inst, T. BULLOCK, 519 g Captain. Challenge. T D. MORONEY, hereby CHALJ LENGE MR. RASCOMBE, of South Rakaia, to WRESTLE me (Cumberland style) when and wherever he likes, for five pounds or more, and will pay Rascombe’s travelling expenses between Rakaia and Ashburton. 5200 DENNIS MORONEY. Tenders. TENDERS. mENDERS WANTED for THRESHJ}_ ING about 25,000 bushels grain (more or less) at Tinwald and Hinds. Chaff to be free from straw. Tenders to close February 20th. Threshing to commence on or about 24th February, 1880. J. CARTER, 514 g • Tinwald. CARTING. TENDERS are invited for Carting 100,000 bushels grain. Particulars can he obtained from MR. E. SAUNDERS, Dundas ; MR. H. W. PARSON, Seafield; Or 4G4g SAUNDERS BROS. V. R. COURT HOUSE, ASHBURTON. Public Works Office, Christchurch, February 10th, 1880. TipENDERS arc invited for the Erection of a Court House at Ashburton. General conditions, specifications and drawings may be seen at the Public Works Office, Christchurch, and Post Office, Ashburton. Tenders addressed to the Hon. the Minister for Public Works, and marked outside “ Tender for Court House, Ashburton,” will be received at this office up to noon on TUESDAY, March 2nd, 1880. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By command, A. D. AUSTIN, 53c-503g District Engineer, P.W. Gazette in Bankruptcy. v. M R. Trie ashburton guardian (County Agricultural and Sporting Recorder) is a GAZETTE for all Notices under The Debtors and Creditors Acts.
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