Public Notices. NOTICE. EDWARD TAYLOR, BAKER., Saunders’ Buildings, BEGS to intimate to his customers and the public generally that he has this day disposed of his Business to W. White, and solicits a continuance of support for his successor. ACCOUNTS. MR. W. WHITE is AUTHORISED to COLLECT ALL DEBTS due to me in respect of my Bakery Business due at this date. EDWARD TAYLOR, Baker, Saunders’ Buildings. Ashburton, 9th June, 1880. 552c-9370 SOUTH RAKAIA ROAD BOARD ELECTION. PjpHE following Candidates, viz:— WILLIAM ALLAN JAMES NEWLAND SHARP Having been duly nominated to fill the vacancy in the South Rakaia Road Board, a Poll will be taken on WEDNESDAY, the 23rd day of June next, between the hours of 9 a.m. and G p.m., at the following places : Road Board Office, South Rakaia, And School-house, Kyle. A. MAKEIG, Returning Office. 15th June, 1880. 958 g Subscriptions received in aid of relieving the DISTRESS in IRELAND— The Mayor's List — £ b. d. Friedlander Bros. ... ... 10 10 0 John Orr ... ... ... 5 5 0 Joseph Clark ... ... 5 0 0 Thomas Bullock 22 0 F. P. O’Reilly, second subscription ... ... ... 22 0 T. R. Hodder & Co. ... 22 0 Weymouth Roberts ... 110 Donald Williamson ... 1 1 0 C. P. Cox 110 Fred. Pavitt... ... ... 110 Henry Zander ... ... 1 1 0 James Brown 10 0 Robert Smythe ... ... 010 0 A. Connolly ... ... ... 010 0 £34 6 0 Mr. Julian Jacksons List — Julian Jackson ... ... 2 0 0 Thos. Allen 2 0 0 T. Dowling ... ... ... 2 0 0 E. Chapman... ... ... 2 0 0 R. Taylor 0 10 0 £8 10 0 Mr. F. Doherty’s List A. D vwson ... ... ... 1 0 0 F. Doherty 10 0 M. Mahoney ... ... 10 0 H. Hudson 0 10 0 £3 10 0 Mr. J. Stanley Bruce’s List — J.fcS. B. '. 110 W. St. G. Douglas 110 Edward Coffee ... ... 010 6 Orangeman ... ... ... 0 1 0 £3 13 6 Mr. John Griggs List — John Grigg ... ... ... 10 0 John Whall 10 £ll 0 0 Mr. Burn's List Subscribers unknown ... 10 4 0 £7l 3 6 Draft to the Lord Mayor of Dublin, remitted through the kindness of the Bank of New Zealand, free, per outgoing San Francisco mail ... ... ... 71 3 6 HUGO FRIEDLANDER, Ashburton, June 18th, 1880. 575c-9C50 ' THE EDUCATION BOARD OF THE DISTRICT OF NORTH CANTER- , BURY. SCHOOL DISTRICT OP HINDS. I THE Education Board of the District | of North Canterbury proposes that the locality comprising all that part of the district contained within the following j boundaries, that is to say at the junction of the road : north-east of section 1C743 with the ' road south-east of said section, thence south-westerly, following the latter road to the southernmost corner of section 30758, thence northerly, fol- ! lowing a road forming the western boundary of section 30758 to the southermost corner of section 28186, thence north-westerly, following the south-western boundary of the latter section to the westernmost corner thereof ; thence southwesterly along the south-eastern boundary of Lot 11 of the sub-division of Reserve No. 1371 (in red) to the road separating that lot from Lot 14, thence northwesterly following said road to the railway line ; thence south-westerly following the railway to the easternmost corner of Lot 11 of the sub-divi-sion of ResorveNo. 1381 (in red); thence north-westerly, following the northeastern boundary of said lot to the road northwest thereof ; thence south westerly along said road to its junction with the road separating sections 33459 and 31453 ; thence northerly, following the latter road to the road separating sections 28193 and 28192 ; thence north-easterly, following this road to its junction with the road first above mentioned, and from thence returning south-easterly along the same to the commencing point, shall be erected into a separate School District to be called the School District of Hinds, pursuant to the Education Act, 1877. And the Board hereby calls a public meeting of the householders of such locality, to be held on MONDAY, the twenty-first day of June, at seven o’clock in the evening, a'; the house Mr. Donald M‘Lenan, for the purpose of electing a Committee, and considering the boundaries of the said proposed School District. The Board further directs that the first meeting of the said School Committee be held in the place appointed for the election, and immediately after the election upon the the same evening. J. Y. COLBORNE VEEL, Secretary. Christchurch, 10th June, 1880. 938 g mATERTON LIBRARY. A PUBLIC TEA AND ENTERTAINMENT Will bo held at the Main School on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23rd, 1880, In aid of the Library Funds. Admission to Tea and Entertainment, 2s. Children half-price. Tea on the table at 6 o’clock. JOHN CLOTHIER, 946 a Hon. Sec. ADVERTISEMENTS received for the GUARDIAN up to 9 p.m. at the scale charges, afterwards at double rates for insertion over the leader
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