Meetings. A K A N UI ELECTION. Mi 1 C. W. Purnell WILL ADDRESS the ELECTORS AT THE TEMPERANCE HALL THTWALD, ON FRIDAY, 4th NOVEMBER, at 7.30p.m. OF SEAFIELD. Mr Wiim*Requests the ELECTORS of WAKANUI to MEET HLMatthe SCHOOL, SEAFIELD, - ON • THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 3. At 7.30 p.m. 9920 J-yISTRICT OF WAKANUI Mr ffason A Requests the ELECTORS of WAKANUI to MEET HIM at the .• SOHOOL-HO CSE, WAKANUI, ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, At 7.30 p.m. Sfflc ; ISTRI G T OF KILE Mr Wason Requests the ELECTORS of WAKANUI to MEET HIM at the KYLE, On a date to be Advertised. ■ ..'9930 jQISTRICT OF BARR HUifL Mr Wason Requests the ELECTORS of WAKANUI to MEET HIM at BARR HILL, On a date to he Advertised. J 9940
AKANUI ELECTJOJST. Mr C. W. Purnell Requests the Electors to meet him at 8 undermentioned places-—“ ' WATERTON, Am mn* TTavivT ON THURSDAY, 3rd NOVEMBER, At 7.30 p.m. , TINWALD, ■ At. thb Tempbbanck Haix, a I On FRIDAY, 4th NOVEMBER,' -■ At 7.30 p.m.. : ?•> o-nxlf, SEAFIELD, At the Schooleoom. j 10 On MONDAY, 7th NOVEMBER, Waterton, Long teach, Tinwaldj Seafield, Chertaej, and Ashburton, of which -dtro notice will be given. r ~ J 97f0 At 7.30 p.m. : Addresses will also be delivered' fi ftt
'^y r AKANUI E LEO TICK Mr Joseph lyess Requests the ELECTORS TO MEET HIM At the undermentioned places : Kyle—At the Schoolhouse, onThuradajr, November 3, at 8-p.m. - * Seafigld—At the Schoolhouse, ,oa Friday; November 4., at 8 p.m. • Willoughby—At the Schoolhouse, on Saturday, November s,' at 8 p.m. Tin wald — t the Temperance Hall, on Tuesday, November 8, atSp.m. Fleminqton—At the Schooloouse, on Wednesday, November 9, at 8 p.m. Hlndhope—At the Schoolhouse, on Thursday, November 10, at 8 p.m. Bahehill—At the Schoolhouse, on Friday, November Hi at 8 p.m.
A PUBLIC? MEETING will be hold at Shearman’s Hotel, at 4 p.m. on TUESDAY, November Btb, to consider the offer of the Grand National Steeplechase Club to hold their next Meeting at Ashburton, and to ascertain what support the proposal is likely to meet with. J. C. BELL, lOd Secretary A. XL Oi JJORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. At the Monthly Meeting of the above, already advertised to be held at Mr Jones* THIS (Thursday) EVENING, at 8 p.m., Mr A. Harrison will read a paper On the Cultivation of Feins and Flowers.’’ : ~j N. B. —These meetings are open to alLc* S. E. POYNTZ, ; 20d Hon. Sea T Amusements. OWN H A L 2 KOHLER’S Wax Works' 1 NOW OPEN, AND WILL CONTINUE TILL SATURDAY NEXT, IT From 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Admission, Is ; Children, 6d. 19d To Let. TO LET—A Four-Roomed HOUSER with Half-an-Acre of Land. Apply at the Ashburton Hotel. 173 Public Notices. S A L E Y A R D S. In consequence of TUESDAY, next being the day of the Races and one of the Christchurch Show days, the usual Fort; nightly Sale WILL NOT take place, but will be held on TUESDAY, 15th NOVEMBER. The SALE at Tinwald will be held as usual, on the 22nd NOVEMBER. Matson, Cox & Co. Robt. Wilkin & Co. 28d Thomas Bollock.
UPPER ASHBURTON BOA® BOARD. ( Notice is hereby given that all UNPAID RATES after the Ist day of December will be SUED FOR without further notice. ROBT. D. PULLAR, 33d Clerk. ; £6OO. ; rjIHE WHOLE OP THE Kaiapoi Exhibits ;: As shown at the ~T ; , ■ AGRICULTRAL SHQ W! Were Purchased by ,> ANDREW OR R, ’ And will be ON SALE AT BIS PREMISES, EAST STREET, THIS AND FOLLOWING DAYS, SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY ~s ANDREW, ORR, Importer, &c. Establishment NOW OPEN; Tancred street. 1000 s JrOMlliAliilte fiHA All ■
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 492, 3 November 1881
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