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Alfred Hamson. WEDNESDAY, 41H JANUARY, 12 o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON has received inatrucions from Mr M. Ryan,’ who is leaving the colony, to Sell by Public Auction, on the Premises, next to Cookson’s Stables, THE WHOLE OF HIS STOCK OF Provision Stores, Comprising— Groceries of all kinds Jams, Pickles Tea, Sugar, Candles Hams, Bacon, etc., etc. The whole of the above is new and of first-class quality. 1 Cow, in full profit. Also, a quantity of FURNITURE & EFFECTS. Without Reserve. ALFRED HARRISON, 477 d Auctioneer. mm——— ———a■— 1 1 Tenders. SOMERS ROAD BOARD. TENDERS are invited for the following Work : Contract No. 45.—Re-formation, etc., 85 chains, more or less, North Ashburton road, and formation and metalling 8 chains Cameron’s road. Specifications can be seen at the Road Board Office, Mount Somers, where tenders, addressed to the Chairman, will be received until 1 p.m. on MONDAY, January 2nd, 1882. The lowest or any tender not necessarily 0° ° WENT WORTH OOOKSON, Jus., 460 d Surveyor.

TENDERS are invited for the SUPPLY of FIVE HUNDRED LOAYES of BREAD (more or- less) per week, delivered at Tinwald. Closed tenders to be sent to the Office of this Paper, not later than SATURDAY Night next, marked “Tenders for Bread.” 466 d

1 nr LENDERS will be received till SAT- } i URDAY, Dec. 31, for BUILDING an Office in West street. Plans and ! specifications at JOSEPH CLARK’S, 444 d East street. rjlO BUILDERS. TENDERS will be received at my Office until 4 p.m. on TUESDAY, 3rd January, 1882, for Building STABLE (in brick or r.cone) in Ashburton. Plans and specifications may be seen until Wednesday, 28th, at Mr Cookson’s, Ashburton, and after that date at my office. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. C. MADDISON, Architect. Hereford street, Christchurch. 406 d ■ —MIIIIIUMMI——» To Let. TO LET, ok EOR SALE—A Threeroomed COTTAGE on half-acre of ground, N. W. Belt. Apply, R. SBean, Tinwald, or Office of this Paper--447d rpo LET— Three SHOPS and 3 1 OFFICES, in Saunders’ Buildings, lately occupied by T. R. Hodder and Co., as a Drapery and Clothing Establishment. Apply, Robert Alcorn. 143 d r - *" in mi —im iwn» wni ii iii ifi Lost. LOST —On Monday evening last, a fawn and white St. Bernard SLUT (about six months old), answers to the name of “Nun.” Any person bringing the same to the undersigned will be rewarded. GEORGE JAMESON, 463 d Ashburton. £1 R E W R D. Lost, Stolen, or Strayed a fortnight ago—One Black Cob HORSE, branded NCP 'on shoulder ; split off ear, white hind foot, white star on forehead. When lost had a neck strap on. Any person detaining the same horse after this date will he prosecuted. Finder will receive the above reward by returning the same to JAMES HESELTINE, 457 d Saddler, Tinwald. Public Notices. y ONGBEACH ROAD DISTRICT. This Road District being now subdivided into Five Wards, the following [ explanation of the working of the Ward system, so far as it relates to the election of members of the Board, is published for the information of the Ratepayers of the district. The boundaries of the Wards have been gazetted, and can also be seen on the map at the Road Board Office.

At the termination of the current year all the present members of the Board go out of office, but are eligible for reelection. Each Ward will return one member to represent it on the Board. Such member must be on the roll of the Ward he represents, and be elected by Ratepayers on such roll, and no others. The day appointed for the five elections is the FIFTH of JANUARY, 1882, at the hour of 12 o’clock noon, at the followins places, the Polls (if any) closing at 4 o’clock p. rn.;— For No. 1 Ward—Messrs Montgomery’s Cottage at Winslow For No. 2 Ward The Flemington Schoolhouao For No. 3 Ward—The Road Board Office For No. 4 Ward—Longlands Out-station, near Hinds j For No. 5 Ward—Mr C. Pye’a Farmhouse. W. CUTHBERT, Clerk. Longbeach Road Board, 19th December, 1881. 462 d pOACHERS BEWARE! All Persons found TRESPASSING on the Westerfield Estate without the sanction of the undersigned, in quest of fish or game, will be prosecuted according to E E RIN G TWINE BINDER. Only a few Machines left, for which early application is necessary. BONES. —Wanted Known, that Mr F. Mayo, is a Cash Purchaser of Bones in any quantity, at £3 per ton. Address, F. Ma'o, Hampstead B6ne law. 437 d D. OLIVER, C. G. HAWDON. 337 d JAMESON & ROBERTS, : Ashburton Agents, I Mills. 8340

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 522, 30 December 1881

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