Tenders E N E It WANTED TENDERS for T«-o TVI ' ■« of FENCING; ploughed furr<vs ; Tenders to sent in on or before FRID Y Next, May 13. For particulars, apply to DONALD McLBAN, 751 a Lagmhur. mo GORSB CUTTERS. TENDERS WANTED for CUTTING and BURNING GORSE off one side of about 20 milea fencing at Westerfield. Tender to include grubbing up any gorse plants growing alongside of said fences. No tender received after 15th inst. The lowest tender will be accepted if tenderer can prove he is a practical gorse cutter. Tenders to be sent to the undersigned, who would prefer then known to him. 754 a D. OLIVER. IjllNW ALD DOMAIN. Wanted, TENDERS for FENCING about li miles wire fencing. Tenders to he sent in by SATURDAY, May 21st. , For particulars apply to C. PERCY COX, 7d9a ' Chairman. T end E R 8 WANTED, TENDERS will be received for LEASING 300 acres for one or more crops, situated on the'banks, of the Hinds : 100 acres skim ploughed 40 „ in stubble 30 „ _ in English 130 m tussock Tenders to be sent in not later than SATURDAY, May 14. For full particulars apply to : „ ■ Tfidu • MATSON. COX & CO. HUTT ROAD BOARD. T #ANTED—TENDERS for the FORMATION of about 100 chains of road leading from back trade to Main Rakaia rood (full’width). /."■ ':< > : Also, For CUTTING storm water CHANNEL ihroUgh. the,upper portion of Broom Park. "Plans and'specifications mav be seen at Rldad BoM Ufecie; Tenders to be'sent in by THURSDAY, hel2thinstant " W. B. COMPTON, '4oa Overseer.
1 ■ ' Public NoticesrpßE WRECK OF THE TARARUA. BURSGRIPTIONS on behalf of a Fund ‘‘fot 'the relief of the WIDOWS and ORPHANS of the late Revs. J. B. Richardson and J. Abmitaob are invited by authority of the Executive Committee, namely Messrs F. J. Garrick, H. Overton, G. Gould, 0. W. . Turner, and W„ Harris. Intimation is hereby given to the Wesleyan friends of the Ashburton Circuit that their co-operotion by subscription at . earliest, possible date will be respectfully »ceivedfiy ; :l _ ■■ , REV. W. KEALL, And* ■ ii- ; ■:'■■■ W. H. COLLINS. ; ; . May sth, 1881. 741 a t HBUR TO N MILLS. ‘ OWNERS, of , ORISTS will be CHARGED Id and 2d per bushel respectively for CHEANING First and Second Class WEtEAT, In addition to the charge for Grinding. . . HENRY BOWERS .(Fqr Saunders Brothers). T E STB R FIE L D MILLS. ! Baying la3c,ehtbe above Mills, I beg to inform faraers and the public generally . that the MILL is NOW OPEN, and Rppe, ihy^jiri^ipg. out a first-class article, sliare of public support. • Gristing efi the usual terms. Cash Ijnyerdf grain., ■ 1 March 17th, 1881 376 a r. ; • - • -f i-j-i- . ■ V. R IiIHE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE. ' , qHARABTERD BY THE STATE. ! . l r ' Adthbngh this office. has been in exis- , established are not sufficiently a contiSe.form information respecting the business which this office undertakes : ,-ivLi.The charge of all kinds of money .trusts, ,so«h -aa’; Marriage Settlements, ; monqyo(to the: invested for the benefit of -Minors,, ttonejs bequeathed for charitable: moneys the title to which is in or whose legal owner is unknown; or cannot be found, &c., &o. v r The: administration of the wills of! -tMtUohS jwho KhyAppointing the Public; JiwifHhfy their ; executor’ Secure the; guarantee of the State for the due fulfil-' . poent <4 .their- - wishes,. and to avoid the risk'consequent on the appointment of .pTivatO'Penons aaiexecutors, who npt unfreq uentiy, though earnestly desirous of benefifc of parties interested, fail to carry out legally the objects for Which they., werfe! appointed, and oonseqnently involve themselves and those whose interests they *re striving to pro(toct,iqiCO*tiyiaad|haraasing:litigation. . ..R The administration of ail estates of .disposition i has been made by do not wish to inUay powersfo;act.. In such cases it is the duty, of thgßuhlic Trastee to discharge aUlwsl'QßUlwfar M th'e assets extend, ■Ail'divide tils' residue amongst the next
4 Thp administration of the estates of loMrtifct/limatie patients* and convicts. 6. The charge of all lands lying waste and ufaoocupiOa of-which the owner is unknown, or who has been' absent from the eolooy for ten years,, having left no kUHhia#)£OH A.'-f. | The con of administering estates is very ■outtt Information may be obtained from ill am agents. H' 'R.C.HAMERTON, • ‘ • Public Trustee. Money. -'Money TO tJES!3»Vin sums of £SO and upwardsyofr Approved FREEHOLD WM. PEREDAY, j/,i Solicitor, Oolombo street, Christchurch. ZEALAND TRUST AND fJ A ?', TAI ' £1,000,000. MONBY ; Td'BE LENT ON FREEHOLD! SECSURITY, ili Bumß up to aOiflfiO or lAhraidM'j*- >•• '_ J.jO. iMoDO WALL, Manager. street, Christchurch, sooijQjpperito Union Bank. Guardian Station.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 339, 9 May 1881
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