Meetings. A—PUBLIC MEETING will be held /V at Shearman’s Hotel, at 4 p.m. on TUESDAY* November Bth, to consider the offer of the Grand National Steeplechase Clnb to hold their next Meeting at Ashburton, and to ascertain what support the propoeal ia likely to meet with. J. 0. BELL, 10d J Secretary A. R. C. TTORTIOULTUBAL society. At the Monthly Meeting of the above, I already advertised to be held at Mr Jones’ TO-MORROW EVENING, at 8 p.m., Mr-'A. Harrison will read a paper “On the Cultivation of Feins and Flowers. N.B.—These meetings are open to all. S. E. POYNTZ, 20d Hon. Sea Amusements. W N HALL, T 0 KOHLER’S Wax Works OPEN THIS DAY, AND THREE FOLLOWING DAYS, From 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. , Admission, Is; Children, 6d. 19d To Let. TO LET—A Four-Roomed HOUSE, with Half-aU-Acre of Land. Apply at the Ashburton Hotel. 17d Public Notices. A BONUS of £lO will be given for the best PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS, with estimate of cost, of an Oddfellows’ Hall in Ashburton. Plans, Ac., to be sent to the Secretary, under oypher, on or before NOV. 22. For farther particulars, apply to R. MINNIS, 810 Sec., Ashburton, Ashburton county it COUNCIL. i The Temporary Gangway at Upper Bangitata Bridge having been re-erected, that BRIDGE is now OPEN for light dray I traffic. 8 ~ By order. c I WILLIAM BAXTER, 18d County Engineer.
£6OO. fJIHE WHOLE OF THE Kaiapoi Exhibits As shown at the AGRICULTRAL SHOW Were Purchased by ANDREW ORR, And will be ON SALE AT HIS PREMISES, EAST STREET, THIS AND FOLLOWING DAYS, SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. ANDREW, ORR, Importer, &c. Establishment NOW OPEN, Tancred street. 1000 c O E. The undersigned will in future CLOSE their respective establishments at 8 p. m., Saturdays excepted; and on Sundays will open from 2 to 3 p.m., and 8 till 9 J, M. CAMBRIDGE. 842 c CHARLES NEATE. LOUR, FLOUR. r , 'MESSRS MURRAY BROS., Win Chester Mills, can Supply their FLOUR at Ashburton, in large or small quantises. Samples can be seen, and orders taken by W. HORNE, 425 c Care P. Cunningham & Co. T E Tenders. ~N D E R S. TWanted—TENDERS for PLOUG BING and STONEPICKING from 100 to 400 Acres, between Hinds and Rangitata, R.S. 31599. Also, i For2oo Chains Plough SOD FENCING, Stakes and 4 Wires. : Specfications to be seen at the office of • the undersigned, and Tenders close on SATURDAY, 12th inst,. at noon. 16d MATSON, COX & CO. rrtENDBRS will be received till 12 J. o’clock on SATURDAY, the sth November, for the ERECTION of a BANK at Ashburton, for the Bank of New Zealand. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Plans and specifications may be seen at my office till October 31st, and afterwards at the yianV of New Zealand, Ashbnrton, till November 4th. 962 c W. B. ARMSON, Architect. JJANGITATA ROAD DISTRICT. TENDERS are invited for the following works : 2. —6OO to 800 yards Metal on Swamp Road 3. —Forming about 76 chains on Anama Flat 4. Forming 160 chains above Morrow’s, South Hinds 5. —Ford and Crossing over North Hinds, near Anama 6. —Easing Gradient, and protecting foot of South Hinds Cutting 7. —About four miles of Stone Picking, near Boyd’s 3. About two miles of Stone Picking, through Railway Reserve to Charles’ Comer. Nos. 3,5, and 6 will bo let together, with separate prices for each. Specifications can be seen at my house, where tenders will he received up till 9 p.m> on SATURDAY, November 12th. JOHN 0. BELL, 9780 Surveyor.
Bailway Notices. ZEALAND RAILWAYS. •vpsw PRINCE OF WALES’ BIRTHDAY, iBBi. All Ordinary Single Fare Tickets leaned en.Blh and 9tn November will be available for return opto and landing 10th. I r W. M. HANNAT, v , Traffic Superintendent. Dunedin, October Slat, 1881. Bd TO TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. m Boons is authorised to Subscription Accounts due to ftfid his receipt will be a auffi-
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 491, 2 November 1881
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