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A COLLISION ON ENTERING WELLINGTON HARBOR. - * (by telegraph.) Wellington, To-day. A collision occurred at the Heads last night, between Captain Williams’ barque Australind and the brig Neptune, which were beating up the passage. The Australind was on the port tack, and the Neptune on the starboard, and on nearing one another the wind baffled both vessels, and went in stays, but was not in sufficient time to avoid a collision. The bow of the Neptune struck the bow of the Australind, and the latter had part of the head gear and stem carried away. The whole of the head gear, and four or five staunchions and the bows of the Neptune were carried away, no other damage being done. The captain of the Australind stated that the collision was purely accidental, and would have been avoided had the wind not baffled. MeetingsS OMERSET LODGE. The Regular Monthly MEETING of this Lodge will be held THIS Friday) EVENING, at 7.30., in the Hall, Tancred street. Visiting Brethren invited. By order of the W.M., * GEO. E. HENRY, 344 c Hon. Sec. Amusements. Town hall, Saturday, soth— RINKING, from 2to 5. Excellent opportunity for ladies to learn. Admission Is. Skates on hire. 360 c -pHRENOLOGY. PHRENOLOGY. “'"SATURDAY NEXT, 30th JULY. Prof. Simon’s Visit to Ashburton will terminate on Saturday next. Charts of character, &c., can be obtained from the Professor, at Quill’s Hotel, from 9 a.m., on the above date, and in the evening at the Town Hall a PHRENOLOGICAL & PHYSIGNOMIOAL ENTERTAINMENT Will be given, which will be of an instructive as well as ‘of most mirthprovoking character. Remember. —Saturday next will be the last day of Professor Simon’s stay in Ashburton. 302 c Lost. LOST. —On Wednesday evening between Mr Cookson’s Stables and Mr Williamson’s Homestead, Alford Forest Road, a RAILWAY RUG, striped on one side and mixed grey and white on the other. Anyone returning same to Mr Cookson or to this Office will be rewarded. 361 c Tenders. rENDERS are invited for CROSSPLOUGHING 450 Acres of Land, ix inches deep, at Blackford, ten miles rom Mtethven Railway Station, and for BREAKING UP about 150 Acres; arrows to be lOin x 4in. Cross ploughing o bo finished one half by 10th September, fiance by 10th October ; breaking up to ie finished by November 30. Tenders for the whole, or blocks of 200 ores, to be sent in by August 6, to L. & E. COSTER, Somerton, rka South Rakaia. fp O BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited for the Erection of an Addition to the Tinwald Hotel for Mr M. Scott. Those desirous of tendering can see conditions, specification, and drawings at the Tinwald Hotel. Endorsed Tenders are to be sent to my Office before 4 p.m. on MONDAY, Aug. Ist. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. T. S. LAMBERT, Architect. Hereford street, Christchurch, July 22, 1881. 313 c gOUTH RAKAIA ROAD DISTRICT, TENDERS will be received up to THURSDAY the 4th August, for the following WORKS : 1. —Forming about 2J miles of Plantation Road. 2. —Forming 26 chains, Bowen street. 3. Forming 32 chains Ferguson street. 4. —Forming 16 chains Bridge street. 5. —Forming 16 chains Footpath Oredland street.

Tenders to be endorsed and addressed to tiie Chairman South Rakaia Road Board. Specifications can be seen at the Road Board Office, South Rakaia. * A. MAKEIG, 353 c Clerk to the Board. road board. TENDERS are invited for the REFORMATION of part of the Wakanui Road, from Trevor’s Road to the east Town Belt, about 37 chains. Plans and specification may be seen at the Board s office, Moore street, up to THURSDAY, August 4th, by which date tenders must be sent in not later than 10 a.m. FOOKS & SON, 3540 Surveyors to the Board. SHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. TENDERS are invited for the following works: — 1. Earthwork of 32£ Miles of Water Race, in 4 Contracts. 2. Box Culverts and 3 Fords, in 2 Contracts. Plans and Specifications can be seen at Council Chambers ; and Tenders, addressed to the Chairman, to be sent in not later than 11 o’clock a.m. WEDNESDAY, 3rd August, 1881. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. By order. WILLIAM BAXTER, 330 c County Engineer. T ONGBBAOH ROAD DISTRICT. TENDERS are hereby invited for the FORMATION of a FORD on the Longbeach road, and formation of Footpaths at Tinwald, a specification for which can be seen at the Road Board Office, where tenders, addressed to the Chairman, will be received up till 2 o’clock p.m. on MONDAY, the Ist of August next. W. OUTHBERT, District Surveyor. Longbeach Road, 23rd July, 1881. 3240 GL A. Liindemann, Manufacturer of derated WATER, CORDIALS, &c. Address — G. A. Lindemann, iErated Water and Ice Factory, comer of MontI real and Tuam streets. 3580

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 408, 29 July 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 408, 29 July 1881

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