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Public Notices. NOTICE. TO MERCHANTS, STOREKEEPERS, AND OTHERS. A EL CLAIMS against the estate of the A late CHARLES REED, Esq., of Wcstoifiold, must be scut in by Feb. 2D, 1880, to the undersigned, addressed to Westerfield. 68c-515g C. F. REED. NOTICE. I will not be responsible for any DEBTS contracted by my wife after date, she having loft my home of her own will. T. P. GLEE 50N, Hinds River, Feb. 12, 1880. 504g-54c THE EDUCATION BOARD OF THE DISTRICT OF NORTH CANTERBURY. ELECTION OF COMMITTEES. THE householders of the under-men-tioned school districts, that is to say, the districts of Ashburton Forks, Kyle, Longbeach, Mount Somers, Seatield, Tinwald, Willowby, Having failed to elect Committees at the annual meeting held on 26th January, the Board, in pursuance of the powers in that behalf conferred by the Education Act, 1877, section 66, hereby directs that a PUBLIC MEETING of the householders in every such district be held on MONDAY, the twenty-second day of March, one thousand eight hundred and eighty, at seven o’clock in the evening, for the election in each district of seven householders (section 64) to form the Committee for such district for the year ending with the fourth Monday in January next. The place of meeting shall be the schoolhouse in each district, and this is understood to mean the main schoolhouse in any district which has more than one school. The Board further directs that the first meeting of each school committee be hold in the place appointed for the election, and immediately after the election upon the same evening. J. Y. COLBORNE YEEL, Secretary. Christchurch, 21st Feb., 1880. 538 g WHEAT. THE undersigned are Cash Purchasers of Wheat in any quantity. Farmers can arrange to ship Wheat through us to the English Market, on terms, and receive liberal cash advances thereon. P. CUNNINGHAM & CO., Ashburton. OATS. The undersigned are Purchasers of Oats for Cash in any quantity. P. CUNNINGHAM & CO., Ashburton. BARLEY. The undersigned arc Cash Purchasers of Prime Malting Samples, good color. P. CUNNINGHAM & CO., Per G. M. ROBINSON, 5390 Ashburton. GRAIN. M ESSRS. ROYSE, STEAD, & CO. are prepared to PURCHASE GRAIN or to make ADVANCES ON GRAIN consigned to them for sale or shipment. C. PERCY COX, Agents for ROYSE, STEAD, & CO., 493 g Ashburton. Y. R. DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTION, SUMNER, CANTERBURY. THE Government having secured suitable accommodation at Sumner, Canterbury, for the proposed Institution for the Education and Training of Deafmutes, Mr. and Mrs. Van Asch will be prepared to receive pupil boarders at the Institution on tlmlst March, 1880. Full on application or to the Secreseveral Education Boards. By order, JOHN HLSLOP, Secretary. Education Department, Wellington, 2nd February, 1880. 485 g REAPERS AND BINDERS. Employment machines. for any number of Apply SAUNDERS BROS. NOTICE. W E have to request a prompt seitleicnt of a Largo number of over • due and nig standing accounts, otherwise legal proceedings will be taken to recover same. WEEKS '& DIXON. “ Herald and Guardian ” office, Feb. 10th, 1880. M R. FRANCIS PHILIP O’REILLY, BaBBISTEB, SoLICITOE, & CONVEYANCES, TANCRED STREET, ASHBURTON, Next Messrs. Orr and Co.’s. 3G2g THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. in the Country are particularly requested to communicate with the Publishers if their papers are not properly addressed. The number of Subscribers has increased so rapidly that unless great care is taken in giving orders as to address and how to be sent, the papers may be left at the wrong place. All orders vill receive our prompt attention. WEEKS AND DIXON, Proprietors.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 65, 24 February 1880

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