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Tenders. WANTED -TENDERS for Stubbing some miles ot Gorsa. Tenders to be sent in by SATURDAY NEXT, July 24th. For full particulars apply to DONALD McLEAN, 54g Lagmohr. TO CONTRACTORS. TENDERS arc invited for Forming an EMBANKMENT at Mr. Homcrsham’s Wool - scouring Works. Plans and specifications may be seen at our Office, and Tenders, enclosing a guarantee deposit of Five Pounds, are to be delivered not later than 4 p.m. on FRIDAY, July 23. 360-678 c FOOKS AND SON. TENDERS FOR FENCING AND PLOUGFTING THE SOUTH RAKAIA DOMAIN. WRITTEN TENDERS will be reVy ceived up to Noon on THURSDAY, the 22nd Instant, for the following WORKS : For Fencing 90 chains of the South Rakaia Domain (Sod Wall) For Ploughing about 50 acres of same. Tenders to be endorsed, and addressed to Chairman of the Board. Specifications can be seen, and all particulars obtained, from the Secretary. A. MAKEIG, 35g Hon. Secretary. THE EDUCATION BOARD OF THE DISTRICT OF NORTH CANTERBURY. ASHBURTON INFANT SCHOOL. TENDERS are invited for the erection of an INFANT SCHOOL at Ashburton. Those desirous of tendering can see conditions, specifications and drawings at the house of Mr. Joseph Ward, Ashburton. Endorsed tenders are to be sent to the Chairman of the Board, not later than 3 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 4th AUGUST. The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. T. S. LAMBERT, Architect. Hereford street, Christchurch, 15th July, 1880. Public Notices. Commercial Hotel, Ashburton, 21st July, 1880. To the Burgesses, Borough of Ashburton. GENTLEMEN, —Allow me to express my sincere thanks to those Burgesses who kindly voted for me at the Election, and also to Mr. C. Braddell, who officiated as Returning Officer. I would take this opportunity to inform ray friends that, although defeated on this occasion, I am not discouraged, and shall again solicit your favors on some future occasion. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, 60g THOS. QUILL. CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL. FRIDAY, JULY 23. ON the above date a. LECTURE will be delivered in the Cambridge School, the proceeds to be devoted to augmenting the School Harmonium Fund. The Lecture will be given by Mr. H. Cape-Williamson, Schoolmaster, and the subject, “ AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY.” Admission —One Shilling. 37g PUBLIC NOTICE. IF you want a first-class SEWING MACHINE, hand or treadle, either for Cash or Deferred Payment, go at once to T. R. HODDER AND COMPANY, STOREKEEPERS, &c., Sole agents for Ashburton for the worldfamed “ Wanzers, ” for “Singer’s” superior simple working machines, and “ Wertheim’s ” celebrated. A Large Supply just Received. Orders Promptly Attended to. 636c-15g Y. R. RESERVES TO LET ON LEASE. Reserves made for plantation Purposes, situated in ASHBY DISTRICT. On North Moeraki Downs. SELWYN AND HAWKINS DISTRICT. Alongside the Mai vein Railway And on Kirweo and Malvern road, between Kirwee and Bleak House road. ASHBURTON DISTRICT. Alongside G. S. Railway, Dromore Between A shburton and Hinds And Eastward of Township. Full description and conditions may be obtained on application to the undersigned. Tenders, stating rental offered per acre for first five years and for remaining five years, will be received on or before MONDAY, 26th July, addressed —“ The Chairman, Plantation Board, care of Alex. Lean, Estate Agent, Hereford Street, Christchurch. ” 17th July, 1880. 57g

ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL, AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. mHE THIRD MONTHLY MEETING, for the reading of papers and discussion of general farming matters, will be held on SATURDAY NEXT, at four o’clock, in the upper room of the Town Hall. GEO. JAMESON, 56g Secretary. TO FARMERS. mUE Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser X of good samples of WHEAT. Apply at once y FREDK. PAVITT, 53g $ East Street, Ashburjtbii. THE EDIIcATION BOARD/6F THE DISTRUIT OF CANTERBURY.* NORMA® SCHOOI/SCHOLARSHIPSI, "OTI !E isyhereby given SIX’ _ S] of th|VAnnual value of fi#fy Pounds each, and tenable for One 'ear, and if funds are [voted by the Go/t nment, for a seconds year, will be atfard dto Pupil land others, upon, exa lination in .the required by the Bfard, At the dndybf PiHniTe .cher’a fofflrth year. &ndidafe|,\h i musf bejover of agblcpi obtain full particulars gfßegUlationskM Conditions by applications to the PrmJpar of the Normal School, to Whomjjh© name and age of |each Candidate xmist be forwarded bn or before MONDAY, tkfM day of ' AUGUST. The Examination winds,ommence on WEDNESDAY, thfc 4th ds|>f AUGUST, at 10 a.m. I X V By orders ff J. Y.\S£»fcBORNE-YEEL, Secretary. Christchurch, 17th July, 1880. 470

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 129, 22 July 1880

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