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vxiuuvyn U XIXIJL I i ! ; ’> I i 1 < ■ 1 1 i'll iji. 1 . i . I 1 -A J i-fX. i C-.* O. pursuance of the Mmicipal Corpora- ; Act, 1876, and tb Regulation of . I Elections Act, 1815, I hereby give ice that an ELECTION for TWO iiSONS to serve asAuditors for the ugh for the ensuig year, will be > at the Borough Ouncil Office, on f INESDAY, the Ist .ay of June next. • minatiuus, in the foul prescribed jr>nd schedule of th last men Honed ■■ will be received at tie Town Clerk’s up till noon on MONDAY, the day of May. CHARLES BRIDDELL, Reurning Officer, •ongh Council Offic, 6th M ay, 1881. 795 a V Ul' i 111. !c:; E PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing between Dikcan McKenzie ames Mutch, canying on business tel-keepers in Ashburton, having ■;d on the first day of May, 1881, by on of time, the business will be iorth carried on by Duncan nzie. JAMES MUTCH. DUNCAN McKENZIE. ness to the sig- • s of James ii and Duncan nzie— Dan Henderson. burton, May 14, 1881. debts against the late firm of Mutch TcKenzte must be sent in on or before I st inst., or they will not be rccogand all debts owing to the said firm be paid forthwith, otherwise they ) handed over to a solicitor for re803a HBUR T 0 N MILLS. NERS of GRISTS will be ’ ,GED Id and 2d per bushel respecter CLEANING First and VHEAT, in addition to the . mding. henry bowers (For Saunders Broth PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE \ RANTED, BY THE STATE. ough this office has Ow for a period of more tliarP e ** e a ‘ it is believed that the objects roJ t was established are not sufficiently tood. It is desired to set forth ir se form information respecting the 33 which this office undertakes”— he charge 0 f a jj hinds 0 f mone j such a. Marriage Settlements sto be mv«,t e( j f or the benefit o; >, moneys be-uea.tbecl for charitable i, moneys thee;j.] e j. Q w hich j g j r 3 ’ w ‘ lose ‘ e &l owner is unknowi: rot be found, Ac.. &C----’he administration Q f the wills oi s who by appomtbg the Public e as their executor secure the tee of the State for tin due fulfiln their wishes and to avoid the Sequent on the appointment oi it™ 8 as executors, who not un • for th h r° h c . eal ; nesU J T de sirous ol carrv^f 4 °, f Pities interested ’ ega ! y objects foi 1: V involve a PP oin i ;e d, and conse ■' mUrlsta themselves and those ■ . cosU and® 7 to P ro ' The admnJtT 881 ”? no disp®^, oll all estatea oi , whenever rc,/. la ® keen made hy 1 e responsible®? do not wish to int from any ca istration, or owerstoact. the necesif the Public Ti’” 0 " casoa ifc ia the al debts so far to discharge ■vide the residue a°\ ssets , extend , :. 10r *ist the next Che adminiitration of i,„ , k cs, lunatic ?atients, ara Cf ? Btat . es of The charge of all lands noccupied ef which the Iw ne ° r^“‘ e h or who las been abseit from the for ten years, having ] e f fc i agent. b Ino ’ cost of administering estates J s verv Jnformaton may be obtained S 1- c. hamerton, Public Trustee.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 346, 17 May 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 346, 17 May 1881