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Public Notices. ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. I HEREBY declare THOMAS BULLOCK, Esq., of Asliburton, Auctioneer, (hong the only candidate nominated, duly ELECTED a member of the Ashburton County Council for the Riding of Upper Ashburton. CHARLES BRADDELL, Returning Officer. Westerfield School House, 20th February, 1880. 531 a ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. THE Ashburton County Council intending at the next Session of the General Assembly TO APPLY for BORROWING POWERS, to enable it to provide a WATER SUPPLY for the plains between the Rakaia and Ashburton rivers, notice is hereby given, that the following list contains the numbers of all the sections which are within the boundaries of the district now proposed to be brought within the operation of the Act. The Council will be willing as far as practicable to include any other land, on application by the owner or occupier being made to it for that purpose. The Council calls the attention of the settlers on the Acton Run and in the Seafield district to the fact that their land is not included within the district above alluded to, but the Council will attend the plan should application to that fbffect be made by a sufficient majority of the settlers in those districts. Plan of the district is on view at the Council Chambers. & By order, F. MAIN WARING, $ Clerk. w J. P. PARKER, AT CHMAKE First house past Doctor Ross’s and n door to Catholic Church. Buknbtt steeet N.B.—Wedding rings made to order WANTED KNOWN—-That the cheapest and neatest CARDS may bo had at the * ‘ GUARDIAN OFFICE, ”

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 64, 21 February 1880

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