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Amusements. J O. O. F., M. U. LOYAL ASHBURTON LODGE, No. 6003. GRAND ANNIVERSARY Concert Of Vocal and Instrumental Music, Dances, and Comic Sketches, in the TOWN HALL, ASHBURTON, ON MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 28. The Loyal Ashhurtori Lodge, No. 6003, purpose celebrating their Anniversary with a Concert on the above date, when an excellent programme will be presented. A BALL will take place immediately after the Concert. Doors open at half-past seven; concert at eight prompt. JOSHUA TUCKER, N.G. 76a R. MINNIS, Secretary. To Let. TO LET, a well-finished HOUSE of Four Rooms, on East Town Belt. Apply, Mitchell and Turner. 148 a Funeral Notices. Jjl UNE RA L NOT IC R The Friends of the late Mr. THOMAS BLACK are reminded that his remains will leave Tinwald at L3O o’clock TOMORROW. •' GEORGE PARKIN, 4 175 a Undertaker. Public Notices. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ASHBURTON. It is proposed to hold a Gift Auction IN THE TOWN HALL, On WEDNESDAY, April 13th, In aid of the Funds of the above Church. Mr. T. Bullock has kindly consented to be the Auctioneer. The following gentlemen, with the ; Auctioneer, will receive Goods up io the date of Sale Mr. Andrew Orr, Mr. G. Kidd, Mr. G. M. Robinson, and Mr. D. Williamson.

COUNTY COUNCIL. THE SOUTH RAKATA PLAINS : WATER SUPPLY. The County Council begs to draw the attention of Landowners in the- South Rakaia Plains, and others, to ClausedjUJ and 25 of “ The Ashburton County Council Waterworks Act, 1879, Amendment Act, 1880,” which are as follows : ~ ' 18. It shall not be lawful, without the consent of the Council, or of some person appointed by the Council, to take or divert any water from such works ; and any person, who, without such consent as aforesaid, does or causes to be done any act whereby the water in any such works is drawn off or diminished in quantity, or polluted or dirtied, shall be liable to a penalty of not more than ten pounds for every day during which the supply of any such water is so drawn off, diminished, polluted or dirtied ; and the Council shall be entitled to recover from such person or persons, in any Court of competent jurisdiction, the amount of damages sustained by reason of taking, diverting, polluting, or dirtying such water. 25. If any person wilfully or maliciously destroys or does any damage to the works, or if any person permits his cattle to trespass on the works, and thereby any damage is done to the works, such person shall be liable to a penalty of not exceeding fifty pounds, and in addition to pay the whole cost of restoring such damage. By order, F. MAINWARING, Clerk. Ashburton, February 21, 1881 180 a [card.] - - ! - rjIHEODORE B. JACOBSEN, ARCHITECT. Note office— HEREFORD STREET, WEST, Christchurch 571 Grain Season, 1881. WE are prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES against shipments placed in our hands. We have Brokers of the highest standing in Mark Lane, who will give every attention to Grain consigned through us, and - obtain the extreme price for all shipments Farmers may intrust to our care. We have also established Agencies in Liverpool, Glasgow, Hull, Dublin, and Antwerp, and we can ship to any of these markets if so required. Our charges are regulated at the lowest rates. P. CUNNINGHAM & CO., 13a Christchurch. OTICE TO FARMERS., The undersigned are PURCHASERS of all descriptions of GRAIN delivered at their warehouses in Lyttelton, Timaru, Oatnaru and Ashburton, or at any other railway station. P. CUNNINGHAM & CO., 14a Christchurch. tuport of grain. SEASON 1881. SPECIAL NOTICE TO FARMERS, I THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY (Limited.) Is prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances On GRAIN entrusted to its care for shipment to, and sale in the London, Australian, and New Zealand markets. The Company does not purchase on its own account, but acts solely as Agent, and as moreover all sales by its Mark Labe Brokers are carefully supervised by an experienced staff, constituents may rest assured that their interests will be; care-. fully conserved, and full market values, obtained. ’ Freight to England by first-class iron vessels has been arranged, at .Fifty Shillings per Ton. ‘ .. • . _ T Cornsacks supplied, if desired, at lowest ruling prices. . . - f Full information respecting terms, etdj may be obtained at the Company’s Offices, Cathedral Sqnare, Christchurch., JOHN COOKE, 2a Manager.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 279, 26 February 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 279, 26 February 1881

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