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Tenders ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. ASHBURTON POUND. "TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that JLN TENDERS for ONE OR MORE YEARS are invited from persons willing to undertake the duties of POUNDKEEPER of the Ashburton Pound. The successful tenderer will receive as remuneration all fees for impounded animals, as laid down by The Canterbury Trespass of Cattle Ordinance, 1872, and will also have to comply as to any other details connected with the appointment with the provisions of the said Ordinance. Tenderers are, therefore, requested to state how much per annum they are willing to pay to the Council for the privilege of collecting these fees. A House of four rooms is attached to the Pound, for the use of which the successful tenderer will have to v pay to the Council ten shillings per week as rent during the term of his tenancy of the Pound. All payments to be made monthly in advance. The appointment to commence on the 20th October, 1880. A copy of The Canterbury Trespass of Cattle Ordinance, 1872, is on view at the Council’s offices to intending applicants. The highest or any tender not necesrarily accepted. Tenders, with references, endorsed, “Tender for Poundkeeper, Ashburton,” will be received up to 10 a.m. on WEDNESDAY, 6th October, 1880. By order, F. MAINWARING, Clerk. Ashburton, September 9, 3880. 2150-883 c TENDERS FOR INLAND SERVICES FOR 1881 AND 1882. General Post Office, Wellington, August 17, 1880. SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Chief Post Office, Christchurch, until THURSDAY, September 30, proximo, for the conveyance of mails between the undermentioned places, for a period of two years, from January 1,1881, to December 31, 1882. Postal District of Christchurch, i. Christchurch and Green Park, thrice weekly 2. Christchurch and Green Park, daily 3. Christchurch and Courtenay, thrice weekly 4. Christchurch and Courtenay, daily *3. Christchurch and Sumner, twice daily 6. Christchurch and New Brighton, thrice weekly 7. Christchurch and New Brighton, daily *B. Christchurch and Akaroa, thrice weekly *9. Lyttelton and Pigeon Bay, thrice weekly *lO. Lyttelton and Little Akaloa, weekly 11. Lyttelton and Pori Levy, weekly 12, Lyttelton and Gebbie’s Flat, weekly 13. Lyttelton and Gebbie’s Flat, twice weekly 14. Lyttelton Post Office and Railway Station, and vessels in harbor, as required 15. Duvauchelle’s, Little Akaloa, and Okain’s Bay, twice weekly. 16. German Bay and Le Eon’s Bay, twice weekly 17, Akaroa and Wainui, weekly 18. Kaiapni and Saltwater Creek, tliric weekly 19. Kaiapoi and Saltwater Creek, daily 20. Kaiapoi and Coutts Island, twice weekly 21. Kaiapoi and Coutts Island, thrice weekly 22, Kaiapoi and Clarkville, twice weekly 23. Kaiapoi and Clarkville, thrice weekly 24. Mandeville and Eyreton, weekly 25. Mandeville and Eyreton, twice weekly 26. Oxford and View Hill, weekly 27. Oxford and View Hill, twice weekly 28. Flaxton Post Office and Railway Station, daily 29. A shley and Loburn, twice weekly 30. Ashley and Loburn, thrice weekly 31, Balcairn and Leithfield, thrice weekly 32. Balcairn and Leithfield, daily, 33. Waikari and Watau, weekly 34. Waikari and Waiau, twice weekly 35. Hurunui and Upper Waiau Ferry, weekly 36. Upper Waiau Ferry and Hanmer Plains, weekly 37. Waiau and Hawkeswood, weekly 38. Waikari and Lake Station, weekly 39. Waipara and Cheviot, weekly 40. Prebbleton and Broadfield, twice weekly 41. Prebbleton and Broadfield, thrice weekly 42. Irwell Railway Station and Brookside, twice weekly 43. Irwell Railway Station and Brookside, thrice weekly 44. Irwell Post Office and Railway Station, as required 45. Leeston and Lakeside, twice weekly 46. Leeston and Lakeside, thrice weekly 47. Springfield and Kowai Bush, weekly 48. Malvern Post Office and Russell’s Flat, weekly 49. Malvern Post Office and Russell’s Flat, twice weekly 50. Darfield and Kimberley, weekly 51. Darfield and Kimberley, twice weekly 52. Darfield and Greendale, weekly 53. Darfield and Greendale, twice weekly 54. Coalgate and Hororata, daily 55. Hororata and Lake Coleridge, via Windwhistle House, weekly 56. Hororata and Acheron, via Lake Coleridge and Windwhistle House, weekly 57. Glentunnel Railway Station, Windwhistle House, and Lake Coleridge, weekly 58. Glentunnel and Acheron, via Lake Coleridge and Windwhistle House, weekly 59. Dunsandel and Killinchy, twice weekly 60. Rakaia and Kyle, weekly 61. Rakaia and Barr Hill, twice weekly 62. Rakaia and Barr Hill, thrice weekly 63. Lauriston Railway Station and Barr Hill, twice weekly 64. Lauriston Railway Station and Barr Hill, thrice weekly 65. Methven Railway Station and Alford Forest, thrice weekly 66. Ashbu ton and Mount Somers, twice weekly 67. Mount Somers and Ashburton Gorge, weekly 68. Ashburton and Seafield, via Elgin, Wakanui, and Newland, twice weekly 69. Ashburton and Seafield, via Elgin, Wakanui, and Newland. thrice weekly 70. Ashburton and Longbeach, daily 71. Hinds Railway Station and Mayfield, weekly 72. Upper Riccartfm Post Office and Middleton Railway Station, daily 73. East Oxford Post Office and Railway Station, daily 74. Christchurch Post Office and Railway, station and Town Receivers, providing mail-cart, driver, horses, &c, as required. *75 Pigeon Bay and Akaroa, thrice weekly. The services marked thus * may be affected by railway extension, and may be terminated by the Postmaster-General on his giving one month’s notice in writing. The attention of intending tenderers is directed to the following clause of the terms and conditions of contract printed at the back of the tender forms ! ‘ ‘ The days and hours of arrival and departure to be fixed from time to time as the Post-master-General may direct. For services performed hy coach, no stage shall exceed twelve miles, except by special permission from the Postmaster-General, who shall' determine whether or not longer stages are unavoidable.” Contractors whose tenders may be accepted must be prepared to carry out the services for which they tender according to the time-tables framed by the department. Forms of tender, with the terms and conditions of contract, may be procured at any post office. No tender will be considered unless made on the printed form. Tenders, indorsed “ Tender for Mail Service, No. ,” to be addressed to the Postmaster-General, Wellington, and enclosed to the Chief Postmaster of the postal district to which the tender may specially refer. W. Gk ay, 227g-906c Secretary.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 155, 21 September 1880

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