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aj^asas*!»-»w»a Funeral Notices. BE3BJBSE3I3 UNBRAL NOTICE. The friends of Mr. Milner, of Lougbesch, are -respectfully invited to attend the FUNERAL of his late WIFE, which i will leave her late residence on TUESDAY, at 11 o’clock, i- : \ W. DAVIS, ls2a . . , ! : Undertaker. . Public Notices. .r/.-v £5 Reward. „ 2 TPIHE above reward will be paid to any--1 ‘one who.will give* information ; that '•,j;. : will l*ad to the conviction of the person tionliubo took awiy a Grey MARE from one dhe Anama paddocks on the night of Wednesday, the 23rd inst. HOT zwr • W. S. PETER. iT j> &;‘ —; A SHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. ■ SOUTH RAEAIA PLAINS - WATER SUPPLY. The. County Council begs to draw the ittentihh of Landowners in the South . ~ Rakaia Plains, and others, to Clauses 18 -’ i U riffd 28'df The Ashburton County Council r ■, rWaterworks Act, 1879, Amendment :Act, 1880," which are as follows : —lB. 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 quahtiiy, or polluted or dirtied, shall bSI liable to a penalty of not more than ten pounds for every day. during which the supply of 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 • - ,r... 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 he 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, :t: I'.s.J? i-i". •- - * Clerk. ■ - - Ashburton, February 21,1881 180 a V. R. N O TICE ÜBL I 0 ASSESSMENT COURT, BOROUGH OF ASHBURTON.

His Excellency the Governor-in-Coim-cil | having extended the date on which Objections may be received to the 7th .day? of Marph next, Notice ;is hereby "given that the Assessment Court for the Borough of Ashburton, for the purpose of liearihgand determining all objections to the Valuation List of the said Borough, iwitt- be held bn THURSDAY, the 24th day of March next,'at the hour of eleven o'clock.in the .forenoon,, at, the Resident "Maidstrate’s Oourt-house, Ashburton. . J r NUGENT WOOD, ' Judge. .. •. w. martin, . 7 ; J Cleirk ! Assessment Court. Aajessment Court, Ashburton, 25th February, 1881. 171 a R. N 0 T I C E. ALTERATION OF DATE OF SITTING n.OF ASSESSMENT COURT FOR THE ROAD DISTRICT OF UPPER ASHBURTON. , NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that date ;of j sitting of the Assessment Court for the abovenamed Road District has cbecm ALTERED from the 3rd to the 12th day of MARCH next, at the hour of 12 noon. J. NUGENT WOOD, - - ; Judge. ‘^.MARTIN, —j ‘ “Clerk Assessment Court. Assessment Court,. Ashburton, ; ■ ; 2&h February, 1881. 170 a HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I have Adopted the following brand: j6hn hawdon, 163 a . ■ Cntfaerstoce,.Weaterfield. [CABD.] rnHEODORE B. JACOBSEN, A R CHIT E C T. Note office — HEREFORD STREET, WEST, Christchurch 571

,P£, BT OF GBA IN. SEASON. 1881. ; TO FARMERS. HEW" ZEALAND LOAN AND AGENQY COMPANY ‘_'.-.V'{d (LOOTED.). Is prepared to make On.'GRAXN tb its care for .-shipment ■ to, - and, Kile, in;, the London , Australian* and New Zealand markets. ' ' TheCofnpany does not purchase on its - ownaccbdnt,but acts solely as Agent, and Brokers are carefully sqpervised by an constituents may rest /assured^.tkatrtheir interests will be care■jtvi&j- conserved, and ftill market values .obtained! t .u-Jkelght<to'Bngland by first-class iron Tssseksbas been arranged at Fifty Shili, if. desired, at lowest ifbroation respecting terms, etc., jnay be pbtaippd at the. Company’s Offices,: Christchurch. .•«»£* .. JOHN COOKE, , left. ' g«0-T. LONDON AND UNITED -'jrfgjNODOK AT " V--. ’ a yaPIFTYMB HILLINGS PER TON. .mtW. ZEALAND 'LOAN AND, 1 4GENC Y COMPANY' tSNew^Zealand ship.United Kingdom'at perton 0f,23401b5, andconto'theList uPa i Vessels aOw Adtertised ■id COOKE, (CotiiiddzA t .. - ‘3 ? - ‘ ,J ' -* • . ,S-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 280, 28 February 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 280, 28 February 1881

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