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Public Notices. HE JAMES STEVENS’ BANKRUPT ESTATE, ALFORD FOREST. ALL persons indebted to the above estate will require to pay their accounts at once to Mr. John McDonald, at the Store, Alford Forest, whose receipt will bo sufficient. All accounts not paid on or before the 12th April will be sued for without furthfer notice. 624 g ANDREW ORR, Treasurer. ASHBURTON COUNTY OOUNCj "TUTOTICE'dA hereby ' given, _i_S| undersigned has the Ashburtoii County OoumS LECT the SEPARATE BAX portion of t|fe Upper Ashburton Rsjing, lying between the branches of the rivet Ashburton,! the said rate being payable on 29th Marchi r «.■ ; >rii o*-. The| v Co||ncil requests liable ip to do so ohßemand, as after the 3lfet March the subsidy of £ f°r £ for rates received will not be recoverable from Government. <. = ! By order, % F. MAINWARING, f Clerk, on, March 19th, 1880 626 g PUBLIC NOTICE. MR. GEORGE WILCOCKS, proprietor of the Longbeach Mail Coach, begs to inform the public that from this date his Coach will only run from Ashburton to the Waterton Hotel, and the letters only will be conveyed to Longbeach station on horseback. GEORGE WILLCOCKS. Wheatsheaf Hotel, 20th March, 1880. G3oa ASHBURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL. TENDERS are invited for the construction of CHANNELS from the Mill Race at Mr. Williamson’s Homestead to the Domain, also for an OUTFALL DRAIN on the South East Town Belt, and for other EARTHWORK in connection with the proposed Water Supply. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Borough Council Offices ; and tenders, accompanied by a deposit of £5, to be delivered on or before noon on MONDAY, March 22nd, at the Town Clerk’s Office. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. FOOKS & SON. 607a-182c Borough Engineers. Y R LAND TAX ACT 1878. SECTION 45. VALUATION FOR NEW ZEALAND., CANTERBURY DISTRICT. NOTICE WHEN LAND TAX IS PAYABLE. 1 -]VT OTICE is hereby given, that in purJ3I suance of the 45th section of the Lands Tax Act, 1878, the Land Tax for the Land Tax District of Canterbury will be payable on the first day of April next, and that the same must be paid to the Collectors appointed to receive the same at the following places, at the time set opposite each : Date : Ist April 1880, and’ following days. Hours; 10 to 3 p.m., and on Saturdays 10 a. m. to 12 noon. ■ Borough of Ashburton and County of Ashburton. Postmaster, Ashburton. B. C. LATTER, Deputy Commissioner. Date—llth March, 1880. 604 g A MEETING of Creditors in the Assigned Estate of Mr. Edward Watkins, Farmer, Newlands, is called for MONDAY, the 22nd March, 1880, at 11 o’clock a. m., at Mr. Jameson’s Office. ANDREW ORR, 623 g Trustee. IMPOUNDED, at South Rakaia, March 10th, from Acton and Rokeby Stations, 130 SHEEP, various brands and ear-marks. If not released by March 25 they will be sold. GEO. SHELLOCK, 197 c Poundkeeper. ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. WATERTON POUND. IVTOTICE 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. (uop ' By order, r .. F. MAIN WARIN G, V Clerk,' Ashburton, February 20, 1880. V Copy of Resolution— , That the charges for impounding l 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 mile, or fractional part of a mile, from; the lesidence of.,tile 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 police of detention of cattle : For every mile or part of a mileC 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 Tig ... I o For each Bull above the age ofi| twelve months ... ... ..a- ... 2 6 For each Ox, Cow, Steer, Heifer, or

Calf (first ten) ... .£ ... o 6 For each Ox, Cow, Steer, Heifer, or Calf (above;ten) ... ,>) - ... 04 For each Ox, Cow, Steer, Heifer, or Calf (above’thirty) ... v;j. ... o 3 For each Ox, Cow, Steer, Hteifer, or Calf (above fifty) ... .;. ...02 For each Ram abbve the age -of nine months ...' ... c... ... o 6 For each Ewe, Wether, or Lamb (first twenty) ; ••• ;••• O 2 For every Ewe, Wether, or Lamb (abovetwenty) v.-. ... {Cvj ... o 1 For every Ewe, Wether, or Lamb (above one hundred) ~. o yQ The above fees to be paid for each part of a day during 4 which the animal is kept; in the Pound. j CHAitqps for Food. For every Horse, Mare, Gelding, Mule, Ass, Colt, Filly, Foal, or Bull,! Cow, Steer, Heifer, or Calf For every Sheep or Lamb ... For every Goat ... ..; < ... For every Boar, Sow, of Pig ... 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. 1, ; 1 Poundkeeper’s Fees for Giving Notice of Cattle Impounded. For giving notice to any owner, agent, or bailiff, within twenty miles of th§,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

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 76, 20 March 1880

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