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Meetings. ] 10. G. T,—Unity Degree Temple.— , Hailf-yearly Meeting for the Election of Office rs for the ensuing half-year will be held in the Templar Ball, Ashburton, on THURSDAY (TO-MORROW) EVENING, at 8 o Visiting ( dially inritel 668 d slock. Third Degree Members corBy order. DEGREE TEMPLAR. AN IiINTERTAINMENT will be held iin connection with the above Temple lon j FRIDAY, February 3rd, in the Template Hall, Ashburton. Admission, 6dJ ; 669 d M OUNT SOMERS ATHLETIC SPORTS COMMITTEE. A MEETING of the rbove Committee will be held at Mr Hood’s Hotel on SATURDAY Evening, the 28th inst., at 8 o'clock sharp. All the members are respectfully requested to be present. Business important. HENRY BROOKS, 649 d Secretary. Amusements. pj’lOWN HALL, ASHBURTON. "WEDNESDAY. FEB. i, 1882. BENEFIT TO MR CHAS. BOURK. The Ashburton Dramatic Club will produce on the above date, for the benefit of Mr C. Bourk, a sufferer by the recent fire at jins residence, the Laughable Farces “ DOING MY UNCLE ” AND “ THE DEAD SHOT.” Furniture kindly lent by Mr John Meecb, of Barnett street. The performance will be under the patronage of His Worship the Mayor and Borough Councillors of Ashburton, Officers and Members of the Fire Brigade, Officers and Members of the Court Star of Ashburton, A.0.0.F.; Officers and Members of jthe Star of the East Lodge, 1.0.G.T. ;; Officers and Members of the Dawn of jPeace Lodge, 1.0.G.T.; and the Officers End Men of the Ashburton Rifle Volunteers. Prices of admittance —3s, 2s ; children, half price. Tickets to be had at The Guabjman Office and the principal shops in Ashburton. Reserved seats to be had of Mr Baviuon and Mr Randell, Town Hall. Peers open at 7.15 : commence 8 sharp. 617 d Lost. 3V 1 I ti a 1 a: b n si 6 ] I is f< t I I ( 1: 1 s 1 LOST The Cap of a Dog Cart Wheel. Finder will be rewarded on returning to Baker and Brown. 613 d Public Notices. ST. STEPHEN’S CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT will be held (D.T.)on THURSDAY, the 26th inst., in the Parsonage Paddocks. The parents of the children are invited by the Incumbent to Tea on the Parsonage Lawn at 6.30 p.m., after which some prizes will he given away, and the Choir will sing some Glees, etc. Any provisions or subscriptions for the Treat will be thankfully received at the Parsonage. 6COd V, R JpROPERTY TAX ACT, 1881. Notice is hereby given that the first instalment of Property Tax for the halfyear commencing Ist April, 1881, will be payable on WEDNESDAY, the 15th day of February, 1882, and the second instalment of Property Tax for the half-year commencing Ist October, 1881, in respect of property will be payable on WEDNESDAY, the Ist day of March, 1832, and in respect of Fire, Marine, and Guarantee Premiums on MONDAY, the Ist day of Itay, 1882; and the place or places vfhere the said tax shall he paid shall bo the office of the Property Tax Commissioner, Government Buildings, Wellington, or any Post Office (except in Wellington) which is a Telegraph Station dr Honey Order Office, ,T. SPERREY, Propery Tax Commissioner. Wellington, Jan. 23, 1882. - . llld 'E L. BL WILKINS is authorised to CANVASS and COLLECT jAOon behalf of Tna Ahhbubxon

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 543, 25 January 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 543, 25 January 1882