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Public Notices, NOTICE. BATING ACT, 1876. TT7HEEEAS at a sitting of the Assess- » » ment Court for the Road District of Longbeach, held this 2Sth day of FEBRUARY, at Longbeach, before me, F. Guinness, Judge of the said Court, it was proved that no "Valuation List had been prepared as required by the said Act. Now, therefore, under the provisions of Clause 28 of the said Act, I order that a Valuation List be made, and I hereby appoint FRANCIS GEORGE PARRY LEACH to be the Valuer for the said district, and I do further fix SATURDAY, the 20th day of MARCH next, the day for the completion and inspection of such list, and that the last day for delivering objections thereto shall be SATURDAY, the 10th day of APRIL next. The Court will sit at 10 o’clock in the forenoon on Saturday, the 17th day of April next, for the purpose of hearing and determining all objections to the Valuation List for the said district, FRANK GUINNESS, 58og 148 c Judge. NOTICE. RATING ACT, 1876. TV 7 HERB AS at a sitting of the AssessV » meil fc Court for the Road District of Mount Somers, held this 23rd day of February at Mount Somers, before me, F. Guinness, Judge of the said Court, it was proved that no valuation list had been prepared as required by the said Act. Now, therefore, under the provisions of clause 28 of the said Act, I order that a valuation list be made, and I hereby appoint FRANCIS GEORGE PARRY LEACH to be the valuer fur the said district, and I do further fix SATURDAY, the 13th day of March next, the day fur the completion and inspection of such list, and that the last day for delivering objections thereto shall be the 3rd day of April next. The Court will sit at 10 o’clock in the forenoon on Monday, the 19th day of April next, for the purpose of hearing and determining all objections to the valuation list for the said district. FRANK GUINNESS, 99c J udge. CAUTION. ANY" PERSON BATHING in our Mill Race without our -written permission, will be PROSECUTED. 132 c SAUNDERS BROTHERS. SLAUGHTER LICENSE. I HEREBY- give notice that I intend to apply for a SLAUGHTERING LICENSE for Pv.S. 23183 for large and small cattle at the Council’s meeting on the 7th day of April next. A. JACKSON, Ealing, March 6, 1880. 150 c ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. INTENTION TO STRIKE A SPECIAL RATE. IVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that it is the intention of the County Council to levy a SPECIAL RATE of Is. in the £ for 1880 on that part of the Upper Ashburton Riding, lying between the two branches of the Ashburton river, at a Special Meeting of the Council to be held on the 18th instant ; such Rate to be paid in one instalment on or before the 29th INSTANT. The rate book is open for inspection at the Council offices. By order F. MAIN WARING, Clerk. Ashburton, March 5, 1880. 582a—133c ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. WATERTON POUND. IVTOTTCE is hereby given that a SPECIAL MEETING of the Ashburton County Council will take place immediately after the Ordinary Meeting on 7th April, 1880, to confirm or otherwise the following resolution. By order, ! F. MAINWARING, Clerk. Ashburton, February 20, 1880.

Copy op Resolution— That the charges for impounding and driving cattle to the Waterton Pounds, be the same as those charges charged at the other pound under the control of this Council in this County, viz., Charges for Driving Cattle, For any number of cattle of any sort whatsoever not exceeding twenty-five in number one shilling for every mils, or fractional part of a mile, from the lesidence of the person driving such cattle, to the residence of the owner of the same or to the pound. For any number exceeding twenty-five, 2s. per mile. For giving notice of detention of cattle For every mile or part of a mile exceeding one furlong from the residence of the person giving such notice to the residence of the owner of the cattle, one shilling, provided that in no case shall the charge for so driving or for giving notice exceed the sum of two pounds. Pound Fees. For each Entire Horse above the age of twelve months ... ... ... 2 6 For each Mare, Gelding, Colt, Filly, Foal, Mule, Ass, Goat, or Pig ... I o For each Bull above the age of twelve months ... ... ... ... 2 6 For each Ox, Cow, Steer, Heifer, or Calf (first ten) ... ... ... O 6 For each Ox, Cow, Steer, Heifer, or Calf (above ten) ... ... ... O 4 For each Ox, Cow, Steer, Heifer, or Calf (above thirty) ... ... ... o 3 For each Ox, Cow, Steer, Heifer, or Calf (above fifty) ... ... ... o 2 For each Ram above the age of nine months ... ... ... ... 06 For each Ewe, Wether, or Lamb (first twenty) ... ... ... ... o 2 For every Ewe, Wether, or Lamb (above twenty) ... ... ... o 1 For every Ewe, Wether, or Lamb (above one bundled) ... ... o The above fees to be paid for each day or part of a day during which the animal is kept in the Pound. Charges for Food. For every Horse, Mare, Gelding, Mule, Ass, Colt, Filly, Foal, or Bull, Cow, Steer, Heifer, or Calf ... I o For every Sheep or Lamb ... ... o 1 For every Goat ... ... ... ... o 2 For every Boar, Sow, or Pig ... ... o 6 The above charges to be paid for each day or part of a day during which the animal is supplied with food and water by the poundkeeper. Pounukeepek’s Fees for Giving Notice , of Cattle Impounded. For giving notice to any owner, agent, or bailiff,within twenty miles of the pound— For every mile or part of a mile exceeding one furlong from the Pound to the residence of the owner of the cattle, is. For Posting a notice where the owner may not be known, or lives at a greater distance than twenty miles from the Pound, and has no agent or bailiff within that distance is. 140 c THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. Advertisements received for the ; GUARDIAN up to 9 p.m. at the scale charges, afterwards at double rates or insertion over the leader TEACHEES can obtain the MULTIPLICATION TABLES, printed on gammed paper, in any quantity at the Herald Office, East street, near the Railway Station.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 72, 11 March 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 72, 11 March 1880

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