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One of the best application# tor rheumatism i* to bathe the parts affected in water in which potatoes have been recently boiled, as hot as can be borne, just before going to bed. ' t B .0 T XT R 35. ASHTON SCHOOLROOM. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 10th. The Bar. A. M. Biuttim will deliver a popular Leeture on the above date. Subject —‘‘Perseverance.” Lecture. Commence at 7 m.ion Is. L. GILMOUR, 968 a Hon. Sec.

Amusements. : X ♦ QRAND MASONIC CONCERT. A Concert will be given in the Masonic Hall, Tancred street, Ashburton, on WEDNESDAY, Bth JUNE, | The D.D.G.M. Bro, H. Thomson will deliver the Opening Address and preside 1 during the evening. Tickets can be obtained from members of the Commtttbu : Bro. R. W. Shearman, P.M.Z. Bro. W. H. Gundry, W.M. ; H. 18* Bro. G. St. Hill, J. Bro. H. Stephenson, P.M. Bro. C. Braddell, P. M., S. E Bro. J. Bradley, W.M. Bro. R. Friedlander, S.W. Bro. H. Zander, J.W., P.S. Bro. Thos. Quill, P.M. Bro. W. Sparrow, W.M. Bro. S. B. Nelson, S.W. Bro. D. M'Farlane, J.W. Bro. W. H. Zouch, S.W. Bro. E. Saunders, J.W. Bro. H. J. Weeks, Musical Director. All Masons are particularly requested to attend in regalia. Admission by ticket only. Doors open at 7.80 p.m. ; to commence 8 p.m. j HENRY ZANDER* 829 a Hon. Sea Found. TjIOUND, Last Week, on the Seafiold JC . Road, a HORSE COLLAR. Owner can have same by applying to the under-, signed, and paying expenses. MURDOCH BRUCE, 960 a Seafield. Tenders. fjl E N D E R S. Tenders are invited for CUTTING about 10 miles of GORSE. Tenders to close on . SATURDAY, June 11th. For further particulars, apply to D. McLBAN, 984 a Lagmhor. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of a RESIDENCE in Park ’ street. Plans and specifications may be seen at our office up till THURSDAY, : June 9th, where tenders must be sent in ’not later thans p.m. on that date. The i lowest or any tender not necessarily ae{ccptccL FOOKS * SON, 1 943 a Architects, &c. T’ ENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of a Four (4) Roomed COTTAGE, about three (3) miles from Ashburton. Plana and specifications may be seen at the office of Messrs Tucker ‘ and RestelL The lowest or any tender not necessarily Accepted. Tenders to be sent in on or before THURSDAY, 9th of June, to be addressed— ROBERT BECK, Care of Tucker and Restell, 975 a Ashburton.

PUBLIC CEMETERY. Separate written TENDERS are hereby invited for the following WORKS : 1. Ploughing, and Fencing the Cemetery ground 2. Planting the ground with Forest Trees 3. Finding and Erecting an Entrance Gate and Picket Fence, and a Cross in centre of ground (Carpenter's work). Plans and specifications for the above can be seen at the Longbcach Road Board Office, where tenders, addressed to the Chairman of the Cemetery Board, will be received up till s‘o’clock p.m., on SATURDAY, the 11th Jane instant. W. OUTHBBRT, Secretary. Longbeach Road, 2nd June, 1881. 958 a Gazette in Bankruptcy. V. R. J^jJ'OTIOB — The Ashburton Guardian is a Gazette for all notices under the Debtors and Creditors Arts IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ASHBURTON, HOLDEN AT ASHBURTON. In the matter of the Debtors and Creditors Act, 1876, the several Acts amending the same, and in the bankruptcy of WILLIAM EDWARD MARSH and JOHN GROVES, bakers, Ashburton, debtors. The creditors in the abovenamed estate having failed to elect a creditors’ trustee, I hereby appoint Frederick Pavitt, a certificated Accountant in Bankruptcy, to be creditors* trustee, and the said Frederick Pavitt has signified to me in writing his acceptance of the said trusteeship. Dated at Ashburton this 4th day of June, 1881. W. MARTIN, 086 a Clerk to Court.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 364, 7 June 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 364, 7 June 1881