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Public Notices. EDUCATIONAL. IN retiring from my School Duties, I I beg to inform my friends and the public that I have DISPOSED OF my my interest in my SCHOOL to Mr. Buchanan, who will from this date receive Pupils on his own account. DAVID DAVIDSON. Concerning the above advertisement, 1 beg to say la all take a few more scholars, and sha]Wse happy to receive the names of intending Pupils. f JOHN EDGAR BUCHANAN. * Ashburton, July 26th, 1880. 71g-701c MISSING FRIENDS. IP this should reach the eye of THOMAS 110ACH, who left Nelson about six years ago, last heard of at R. Mcßae’s, Richmond, he will hear of something to his advantage by sending his address *o the Office of this Paper. 24g MOUNT HUTT ROAD BOARD. METHVEN POUND. Applications, addressed to the Chairman, will be received up till noon on the 12th of August, from persons willing to act as POUNDKEEPER. W. B. COMPTON, 80a Overseer. v. e. LAND DISTRICT OF CANTERBURY, OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that A SALE BY AUCTION Of CROWN LANDS, Known as the OLD RAILWAY RESERVES, In the Ashburton and Rangitaia Districts, will he held at the TOWN HALL, ASHBURTON, On TUESDAY, AUGUST 24th, At eleven o’clock. LANDS to he SOLD for IMMEDIATE PAYMENT in Lots from 100 to 300 acres— Reserve 350—Between the River Hinds and a road about three miles southwest of Tinwald ; 15 lots ; upset price, £2 to £4 per acre. Reserve 350—Between the Rivers Hinds and Rangitata ; 20 lots : upset price, £2 to £3 per acre. Reserves 1371 and 1650 —On the north hank of the Rangitata, adjoining the South road ; 7 lots; upset price, £2 per acre. Reserve 349—Between the Rivers Rangitata and the Orari ; 9 lots ; same upset price. Reserve 350 —Opposite the Recreation Ground, Tinwald, Lot 4 ; 20 acres ; upset price, £5 per acre. Rural Section 34473—Near Longbeach; estimated 15 acres ; upset price, £5 an acre. LANDS within the same Reserves, to be SOLD on DEFERRED PAYMENTS, in lots of similar area. Purchase money payable by instalments extending over ten years, without interest — Reserve 350—12 lots ; upset price, £2 10s. to £4 per acre. Reserve 350—17 lots ; upset price, £2 10s. to £4 per acre. Reserves 1371 and 1650—5 lots ; upset price, £2 10p. per acre. Reserve 349 6 lots ; upset price, £2 10s. per acre. Reserve 350 Adjoining Recreation Ground, Tinwald, Lot 6 ; 49 acres ; upset price, £7 10s. per acre. Plans may be seen at the Survey Offices, Christchurch and Timaru, and the Railway Stations at Ashburton, Hinds, and Orari. JOHN MARSHMAN, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Land Office, Christchurch, 19th July, 1880. 77g ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL, METHVEN POUND. "IWTOTIOE is hereby given that a 1 Special Meeting of the above Council will take place immediately after the Ordinary Meeting on the 4th August, 1880, to confirm or otherwise the following resolution: — By order, F. MAINWARING, Clerk. Ashburton, July 12, 1880. COPY OF RESOLUTION — Resolved that the charges of the 3 ven Pound be the same as those the other PcEtnds under the contr this Council—wiz.: — Chargeslfor Driving Cattle. As per schedule C to “ Canterbury Tfespass of Cattle Ordinance, 1872,” which arenas follow - For any numbAof cattle of any salt whatsoever not exceeiling twenty-five inanumber. One Shilling for etery mile, or fractftnal part of a mile, from tA residence of top person driving such cattliL to the residence of the owner of the same, or to the poun For any number twenty-five, 26 per mile. _ For giving notice m detention officattle - For every mile or hart of a milp exceeding one furlong from thea residence of the person giving such notice » the residence of the owner of the cattle, Oie Shillingjproyided that in no'case shall the charge forsoJTlriving or forgiving notice exceed t.A sum of if wo Pounds, PouniS Fees. For each Entire Horse|ibove tj|b age of twelve months For each Mare, GeldiSg, Cdft, Filly, Foal, Mule, Ass, G|al, of Pig ... 1 o For each Bull above tillage Iff twelve months ... ..% ■••• ••• 2 6 For each Ox, Cow, Ste|r, JHeifer, or Calf (first ten) For each Ox, Cow, Heifer, or Calf (above ten) ... ... ... o 4 For each Ox, Cow, Steer, Heifer, or Calf (above thirty) ... o 3 For each Ox, Cow, Steer, Heifer, or Calf (above fifty) ... ... ... o 2 For each Ram above the age of nine months ... ... o 6 For each Ewe, Wether, or Lamb (first twenty) ... ... ... ... O 2 For every Ewe, Wether, or Lamb (above twenty) ... ... ... o I For every Ewe, Wether, or Lamb (above one hundred) ... ... o T /i 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 Food. For every Horse, Mare, Gelding, Mule, Ass, Colt, Filly, Foal, or Bull, Cow, Steer, Heifer, or Calf ... I O For every Sheep or Lamb ... ... o I For every Goat ... ... ... ... o 2 For every Boar, Sow, or Pig o 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 op Cattle Impounded. 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 on agent or bailiff within that distance, is. 49G

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 134, 3 August 1880

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