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For Sale. BAR Framed BEE HIVES. T. A. Gates, Saunders’ Buildings. 828 g Wanted. WANTED KNOWN—That C. Hawkins, the Tinwald Bootmaker, has REMOVED to premises Opposite the Tinwald Post Office, where he is still open to Sell first-class Boots and Shoes at his usual Cheap Rates. All kinds of Boots Made and Repaired. 805g—417c ANTED KNOWN, that MR. NEALAS is now OPENING UP a First Class Assortment of BOOTS and SHOES, suitable for Winter wear, which he intends to dispose of at his usual CHEAP RATES. 924g-536c To Let. TO LET—OAKLEY FARM, Orari (late Mrs. Arenas’), for a term of ten years.. For further particulars apply to F. LeCREN, Esq., Timaru, Or to FRANCIS ARENAS, Temuka, Or to FRIEDLANDER BROS:, 876 g Ashburton. A SPLENDID CHANCE. TO LET, for a term of Fifteen Years—--1000 Acres of LAND, situated North Rangitata, in one or more lots. Four Shillings an Acre for the first five years. Valuation will he given for improvements at' the expiration of lease, if approved of. For further particulars apply to FRIEDLANDER BROS., 877 a Ashburton. Tenders, TIT ANTED—TENDERS for CLEAR'V ING Fourteen Miles of Drainage on the Chatmoss Estate. Full particulars can be ascertained by applying to Jambs Scott, at Montgomery and Co.’s Store, East street, Ashburton. 535c-930a Public Notices. V. R. IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District Court of Christchurch Holden at Ashburton. IN THE MATTER OF The Debtors and Creditors Act, 1876, and of the Acts amending the same, and ot the bankruptcy of GEORGE PAULL lIOATTEN, of Wakanui, farmer, a Debtor. IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED that at the find meeting of the Creditors of the above-named debtor held at the District Court House, Ashburton, this day, Frederick Pavi'lt, of Ashburton, Commission Agent, was duly elected Creditor’s Trustee, and has signified to me in writing his acceptance of the said office. Dated this 7th clay of June, 1880. C. CAVENDISH HURRELL, Clerk of the Court. Branson and Purnell, Solicitors for the Debtor. ga6c V. NOTICE. R. AFTER this date the sitting of the Resident Magistrate’s Court, South Rakaia, will be held on the second THURSDAY in each month at 11 a. m. By order, A. MAKEIG, 878 g Clerk of Court. NOTICE. ANY Person found TRESPASSING in pursuit of Game or otherwise, on the property of the undersigned at Anama will be prosecuted. 921 g W. S. PETERS. NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN. THE following clause from the “Protection of Animals Act, 1873," is published for general information : . 29. It shall he the duty of every person in pui’suit of game to produce his license to any authorised person demanding such production, and the term “authorised person ” shall include all magistrates and constables and all rangers appointed under this Act, and the proprietors or occupier of the land on which any person may be found in pursuit of game, and all holders of licenses issued under this Act; and any such person in pursuit of game or native game who shall refuse or neglect so to produce such license or to give his name or place of residence or address, or give a false name or place of residence or address, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding twenty pounds. S. C. FARR, Hon. Sec. Canterbury Acclimatisation Society. May 31, 1880. 920 g MOUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD. TAKE NOTICE, the Valuation List for the Mount Somers Road District for the year 1880 is now open for inspection at the Road Board office, Mount Somers. All Objections thereto must be left at the Road Board office, on or before the 22nd day of June 1880, addressed to the Assessment Court, and a copy of every such objection must be left at the Road Board office, Mount Somers, not less than seven days before the sitting of the said Court. C. J. WENTWORTH COOKSON, Jun., Clerk to the Mount Somers Road Board. Mount Somers, May 27th, 1880. 905 q Business Notices. DENTISTRY. M R j. p. ARMSTRONG Surgeon and Mechanical Dentist. (Prom Dunedin) Can be consulted, for the present, at Quill’s Commercial Hotel. Mr. Armstrong will meet Patients at the Rakaia Hotel every THURSDAY until furthe notice. 513c-907g W. WHITE, CONFECTIONER AND BAKER, saundees’ buildings, ashburton, BEGS to announce that he has taken the business lately carried on by Edward Taylor, Baker, &c., Saunders’ Buildings, and trusts by supplying a firstclass article at a moderate price, to merit a continuance of public support. Best Bread, 41b. Loaf, sd. Casb, 6d. Delivered. 928 g

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 110, 8 June 1880

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