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Public Notices. A GLAND, CAMPBELL, AND CO., Auctioneers, Land, Stock, and General Agents. WOOL AND GRAIN BROKERS Christchurch, Ashburton, and Southbridge. We beg to inform our constituents and the public that we have made arrangements with Air. W. R. Boyle to take charge of our Ashburton Branch, and to act as our Agent there. Mr. Boyle will make arrangements for Sales of Stock, Farms, &c., and is au horised to receive and pay all moneys on our behalf. The fortnightly Sales of Stock, &c., at Ashburton and Tinwald, will be held as heretofore. Account Sales rendered with care and promptitude. ACLAND CAMPBELL, & CO. W. R. BOYLE, 228c-652g Ashburton. V. R. OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR OF ELECTORS. Ashburton, March 19th, 1880. of application to be placed on the Electoral Roll of the Coleridge District can be obtained at this Office. C. PERCY COX, 627 g Registrar of Electors. RE 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 be sufficient. All accounts not paid on or before the 12 th April will be sued for without further notice. ANDREW ORR, 624 a Trustee. NOTICE. ANY person TRESPASSING in pursuit of Game on the Lagmohr Estate will be prosecuted. 276c-694c DONALD M'LEAN. ASHBURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL. ■'VTOTICE is hereby given that all ±S Borough RATES NOT PAID by Ist MAY next, will be sued for immediately after that date. By order, CHARLES BRADDELL, Town Clerk. Borough Council Office, 6th April, 1880. 33-290c-705g ASHBURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL. ~\TOTICE is hereby given, that, in accordance with clause 42 of the Municipal Corporations Act, 1876, the Burgess List for 1880-81, and Defaulters List, are now open for inspection at the Town Clerk’s Office, during office hours, till the 15th day of April, 1880. All objections thereto must be in writing, in the form of the Gth schedule of the Act, addressed to me, and delivered to me at my office, on or before the 15th day of April, 1880. CHARLES BRADDELL, Town Clerk.

Borough Council Office, Ashburton, SlstMarch, 1880. 259c-682g-32 LAND DISTRICT OF CANTERBURY. TWO applications having been made on the same day for the undermentioned section of Crown land, it will be submitted to auction at the Land Office, Christchurch, on MONDAY, the 3rd day of May next, at 12 o’clock, and the biddings will be confined to the applicants. FIVE (5) ACRES near Tinwald, being sub-division No. 2, lot 14, of reserve 350 in red. JOHN MARSHMAN, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Land Office, Christchurch, April 1, 1880. 7090 THE EDUCATION BOARD OF THE DISTRICT OF NORTH CANTERBURY, SCHOLARSHIPS. OTICE is hereby given that TEN J3J SCHOLARSHIPS of the annual value of Forty Pounds each, and tenable for two years, will be AWARDED upon examination in the month of June next as follows : (a) Two Scholarships open to all children whose age does not exceed eleven years on the Ist day of June, 1880. (b) Two Scholarships open to all whose age does not exceed tw’elve years on the Ist of June. (c) Two Scholarships open to all whose age does not exceed thirteen years on the Ist of June. (d) Two Scholarships open to all whose age does not exceed fourteen years on the Ist of June. And Two Scholarships to be applied to the the three classes a, b, and c, according to the respective merits of the candidates in those classes. Candidates must enter their names by giving notice in their own handwriting to the Chairman of the Board on or before the 10th day of May next, in every case, stating the day and year of birth, and the school at which the candidate is receiving instruction. The Board will not publish the name of the school fuom which a candidate comes without the consent of the principal teacher of the school, which may be sent with the notice of entry. Any candidate not attending school must give his or her address. The Board reserves the right of acquiring proof as to age. The examinations w r iil be held at Christchurch, beginning on Tuesday, the Ist day of June, for classes (a), (b), and (c), and on Tuesday the Bth day of June, for class (d), Necessary expenses of travelling, and of board and lodging, will be defrayed by the Board. The subjects in which candidates in classes (a), (b), and (c) will be examined are the followingßeading, writing, spelling, arithmetic, English grammar and composition, geography, and British history. The subjects for class (d) are as follows: —Arithmetic, English grammar and composition (including spelling), physical and political geography and history (ancient and modern), geometry, and algebra. A Scholarship 'will not be awarded to any candidate who has not obtained 25 per cent of the possible number of marks in each subject, and 50 per cent of the possible total. J. V. COLBORNE-YEEL, Secretary. Christchurch, March 6th, 1880. 710 g

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 85, 10 April 1880

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