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Public Notices. ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. A GENERAL COMMITTEE MEETING will be held at Shearman’s Hotel on WEDNESDAY, 21st July, at 3 p.m. GEO. JAMESON, 33g Secretary. V. LAND DISTRICT OF CANTERBURY. TENDERS are-invited for LEASING GOVERNMENT RESERVE No. 2165, containing 1,280 acres, situated near Seafield, for a term of Seven Years, upon conditions to be ascertained at the Land Office, Christchurch, and the office of the Resident Magistrate, Ashburton, where a plan of the land may also be seen. Tenders, addressed to the undersigned, will be received on and up to the 26th July next. JOHN MARSHMAN, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Land Office, Christchurch, 25th June, 1880. ' 994 g R. In the District Court of Christchurch, Holden at Ashburton. IN THE MATTER OF The Debtors and Creditors Act, 1876, and the Acts amending the same, and of the bankruptcy of TIMOTHY HURLEY, of Seafield, Farmer. THE Creditors of the said Debtor haying failed to elect a Trustee, I have appointed John Edgar Buchanan, of Ashburton, a certificated Accountant in Bankruptcy, to be Trustee of the said Debtor’s Estate, and his acceptance of office has been duly filed. - Dated this 10th day of Jul)', 1880. C. CAVENDISH HURRELL, Clerk of the District Court. F. P. O’Reilly, Solicitor for the Debtor, and the said Trustee, 45G V. Mis tad R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS (Christchurch Section.) INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION AT CHRISTCHURCH. IN consequence of the Exhibition remaining open until July 21, Ordinary Single Fare Tickets to Christchurch issued at Timaru, Amberley, or any intermediate station, on JULY 19, 20, or 21, will be available for RETURN up to and including JULY 21. FREDK. BACK, Traffic Manager. Traffic Manager’s Office, Christchurch, July 17, 1880. 44q THE EDUCATION BOARD OF THE DISTRICT OF NORTH CANTERBURY. NORMAL SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS. "VrOTICE is hereby given that SIX iM SCHOLARSHIPS of the Annual value of Fifty Pounds each, and tenable for One Year, and if funds are voted by the Government, for a second year, will be awarded to Pupil Teachers and others upon examination in the various subjects required by the Board, at the end of Pupil Teacher’s fourth year. Candidates, who must be over seventeen years of age, can obtain full particulars of Regulations and Conditions by applications to the Principal of the Normal School, to whom the name and age of each Candidate must be forwarded on or before MONDAY, the 2nd day of AUGUST. The Examination will commence on WEDNESDAY, the 4th day of AUGUST, at 10 a.m. By order, J. V. COLBORNE-VEEL, Secretary. Christchurch, 17th July, 1880. 47a ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. METHVEN-POUND.

IVTOTICE is hereby given that a J_S( Special Meeting of the above Council will take place immediately after the Ordinary Meeting on the 4th August, 1880, to confirm or otherwise the ing resolution: — By order, F. MAIN WARIN’ Gj oy Ashburton, July 12, 1880. COPY OF RESOI.TJTIONResolved that the charges of ®e Methven Pound be the same as Jahose of the other Pounds under the,Control of this Council—viz. Charges for Driving As per schedule C to “ Cantel&ury Trespass of Cattle Ordinance, 1572,” which are as follow ; For any number of cattle ofjlny sort whatsoever not exceeding twenty-live in number, One Shilling for every mile, <x fractional part of a mile, from the residency of the person driving such cattle, to the residence of the owner of the same, or to thejpouad. For any number exceeding twenty-five, 2s, per mile. For giving notice of detention of cattle : For every mile or part offa mile exceeding one furlong from the residence of the person giving such notice to the residence of the owner of the cattle, One Sibling, provided that in no case shall the charges for so driving giving notica exceed the sfltn of Two Pounds. Pound I|ees. For each Entire Horse a|bve the age of twelve momhs For each Mare,\ GeldinS, Colt, Filly, Foal, Mule, VLss, Goat, or Pig For each Bull above the Sage of twelve months ...\ ..| For each Ox, Cow, St|er, Heifer, or Calf (first ten) \ For each Ox, Cow, \St Calf (above ten) \ For each Ox, Cow, S'tei Calf (above thirty) For each Ox, Cow, St|er, Heifer, or Calf (above fifty) ... For each Ram above the age of nine months ... ... ... ... For each Ewe, Wether, or Lamb (first twenty) For every Ewe, Wether, or Lamb (above twenty) For every EWe, Wether, or Lamb (above one hundred). 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 Foot). For every Horse, Mare, Gelding, Mule, Ass, Colt, Fjlly, Foal, ot Bull, Cotv, Steer, Heifer, or Calf ... t d For every Sheep or Lamb ... ... o 1 For every Goat ... ... ... ... o 2 For every Boar, Sow, or Pig ... ... 0 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. Poundkeeper’s Fees for Giving Notice of Cattle Impounded. Heifer, or Heifer, or 2 6 2 6 o 3 O 3 0 6 % 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. 49G

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 128, 20 July 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 128, 20 July 1880