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Found. EOUND —A • three-horse WHIP, in Burnett street. Owner can have same by applying to Geo. I’jke, B irnett street, and payin * for this advertisement. 412 a Bailway Notices. V. R. ATEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. 1 \ (Christchurch Section). IMPORTANT NOTICE TO FARMERS. Nearly all grain arriving in Lyttelton is being stored in railway sheds. Fanners are advised, in order to save storage charges, NOT TO FORWARD GRAIN to Lyttelton until further notice, unless consigned to a vessel in harbor or to a private siding. FREDK. BACK, District Traffic Manager. Traffic Manager’s Office, Christchurch, March 22nd, 1881. 409 a V. E. N EW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. (Christchurch Section.) ASHBURTON INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, March 24. TH, 25TH, and, 26th, iBBr. Ordinary single fare tickets to Ashburton issued at Christchurch, Timaru, or any intermediate station, on the 24th, 25th, and 20th March, will he available or return ’iip’to and including 28th inst, FREDK. BACK, Traffic Manager. District Traffic Manager’s Office, Christchurch, March 15th, 1881. 380 a Ecclesiastical. E. The following will be the order of MASSES for NEXT SUNDAY, and the following Sundays, till further notice. Ist Mass ... ... ... 9.30 a.m. 2nd Mass 11.30 a.m. EDMUND P. COFFEY, 371 a Catholic Priest. r Public Notices. AtL CLAIMS against the Rangitata Estate of the late Sir Cracroft Willson, MUST BE RENDERED to the Manager, Mr Archibald M'Goll, on or before the 26th March, 1881, otherwise they will not be recognised. 3CGa i! j.NDUSTR IA L EXHIBITION. His Excellency the Governor will - OPEN the Exhibition at One p. m. on - ; ' March 24th. Ticket holders will be admitted as soon as his Excellency has made an inspection , ;--of the Exhibits in the Hall, and will take ■ ! their places during the time he is oc- "■ copied inspecting those in the annexes. '/ Ladies only will be admitted to the gallery. . STEPHEN E. POYNTZ, -■d 387 a Eton. Sec. ; -VTOTICE TO EXHIBITORS AND v ; OTHERS. - ' Mr Grant, Secretary to the Dunedin ' Industrial Exhibition, will ATTEND the Ashburton. Exhibition to receive the instructions of any who may desire to • ■ FORWARD either their Ashburton ex- : hibits or others to the Dunedin Industrial ' Exhibition, to be held in June and July ’ 1881. Meanwhile, Mr Poynfz will kindly 'necessary information re the Dynedin Exhibition. 342 a TESTERFIELD MILLS. ■ Having lake® the above Mills, I beg to inform farmers and the public generally ;that the MILL is NOW OPEN, and hope, by turning out a first-ciass article, to meric a share of public support. Gristing oh the 1 usual terms. Cash buyer of grain. ... . - ! JAMES CLARK. March 17th, 1881; 376 a •N OTICE TO FARMERS ■. others; AND Tlic AXLE of the WATER WHEEL v -‘- ‘of the vVakanui Mill having been ~ ' BROKEN, I beg to intimate to my enstdmera and the public generally, that .GRINDING will bo SUSPENDED until • ' further notice. HENRY MOFFAT, Wakanni Mill. 14th March, 1881. , 338 a . 4 SHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. mE DOG REGISTRATION ACT, ’ 1880. . (it • " The Ashburton County Council having, - i;t by resolution passed March 2nd, 1881, .in--4o : lay informations against all r persons ■ within, the, County d ’'baVfog dogs/ in their following after the 31st day .of March, 1881, unregistered ■ Contrary th* "the provisions of the Dogs 1 Registration Act, 1880, publishes the following sections'©! the said Act for the benefit of all concerned : ... 4. Any person who shall keep any dog within the colony of a greater age than six-imontb, for a period of fourteen days, without causing such dog to be registered, and such registration to be again made ( from year to year,; in manner hereinafter mentioned, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding five pounds for every such , ' r dog bvbr aba above the amount of any fee payable in respect of the registration of such dog. ,9. Exceptas herein provided, the feo to be paid for the registration of every dog throughput .the colony shall be the sum of ten shillings.’ And until such amount shall v haVe 'been paid no such registration shall be 1 deemed tb have been duly made. is; Dogs - Without collars; having the propdt’ registration labels thereon, shall primd facte ]ne deemed to be unregistered, "4'jflid 'Any person or his agent upon whoso land stich dbg may be found, or any person duly authorised by the local,authority, may destroy any such dog. 17/ Ahy person who shall see a dog befog itt forge, biting or attacking any speftoh hr ariy horse, 'sheep, or cattle, or himself be bitten or attacked by such dtfg, may destroytfae same without being^* wn • for damage occasioned 2L n lf persdfi; shall, after, the first J»hp»lpy in evfery year, have in hie i«jfpllowiog!or keep Any dbg bearing* label ojpfcfeedAn !4ny previoirsyear, which dog Vjehan. not have bedn registered for the , a4faea,<citrreat year, j such, shhll'be not' exceeding five . •-•/iniSbw.wO vßy order, 1 ; sasiji '..n , i»; MAINWARING. ; Vr* , .... ' , Clerk. -i ' - . AsWfttonr March sth 1881. 289 a

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 300, 23 March 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 300, 23 March 1881

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