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Public Notices. Ashburton borough council. ELECTION OF AUDITORS. In pursuance of the Municipal Cor. porations Act, 1876, ’ and the Regulation of Local Elections ct, 1876, I hereby give notice that an ELECTION for TWO persons to act as AUDITORS for the Borough of Ashburton for the ensuing year, will be held at the Borough Council Chambers, Burnett street, Ashburton, on THURSDAY, the Ist day of June next. Nominations, in the form prescribed in the second schedule of the last-mentioned Act, will be received at the Town Clerk’s Office (where forms of Nomination can be procured), till noon on THURSDAY, the 25th day of May instant. CHARLES BRADDELL, Returning Officer. Borough Council Office, Ashburton, 17th May, 1882. 5090 LEAHY has Removed to the late residence of Mr A. Orr, Tancred street. CONSULTING HOURS—IO to 11 a.m., and 7 to 8 p. m. 37Ce j O. G. T. The Dawn of Peace and other Lodges in Ashburton of the above' Order, cordially invite all or any. of those who, at Mrs Hampsou’s solicitation, signed . the Total Abstinence Pledge to become members of any of these Lodges, and thus add their influence and assistance to the cause of Temperance. Proposals for membership will bo willingly received by Messrs S. E. Poymz for “ The Dawn of PeaceJ. Hardley for “ The Safe Retreatand A. Cook for “ The Star of the East.” Friends, show your earnestness by prac- ] tical work. Bo2e Y. R. ACT, 1881. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, in pursuance of the abovenamed Act, < the QUARTERLY MEETINGS of the Licensing Committees will be held in the undermentioned districts at the times and ( places specified below, for the purpose of taking into consideration all applications made under the above Act, of which ' due notice is given to the Clerk of the Licensing Committee. Mount Hutt Road Board Office, Methven, June 2nd next, at noon. South Rakaia —R. M. Courthouse. South Bakaia, Bth June next, at noon.■ A. MAKEIG, Clerk Licensing Committee. R.M. Court, South Rakaia, 29th April, 1882. * 378 e ] O T I C E. j Having Sold my Butchering Business, j I hereby give notice that all ACCOUNTS ( DUE to me must be paid to Mr W. H. ] Gundry, East street, without delay, in order that the books may be closed. 4870 OCTAVIUS DIGBY. i ]V 0 T __ 1 0 *■; TO PASSENGERS. The Coach to Cracroft will be DISCONTINUED until further notice, on account of bad roads, and the Mail will be carried on a pack-horse. A. JACKSON, j 277 c Proprietor. f)OTSONED. —On the night of the 14th X May, one Black Newfoundland ( DOG. Any person who will give inf or- ( mation to lead to the conviction of the poisoner, will receive £SO reward, by applying to J. Wallace, of the Chertsey Hotel. 513 e rjIRESPASS NOTICE. 1 Any person found TRESPASSING on the Lagmhor Estate, or damaging the fences, will be PROSECUTED. , DON ALT) M‘LEAN, ; 313 e Lagmhor. Business Notices. R. Galloway, TJNWALD, WHEELWRIGHT and General AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAKER. All Repairs neatly executed with promptitude and despatch, and at reasonble prices, 197 a EW BUSINESS. . The undersigned wishes to intimate that he has opened a GREENGROCERY and CONFECTIONERY Business in Wills street, opposite the Fire Brigade station, where, on account of being a large grower of vegetables himself, he will be prepared to sell the best of everything in the trade, at cheapest rates for cash. Families waited on for orders. Fruit, Confectionery, etc., in great variety. Supply of Cabbage Plants always kept at the shop. 524 e EDWARD LING, Proprietor. Jameson & Roberts Ashburton, CASH PURCHASERS OF RYE GRASS, WHEAT, OAT.^ ■HARLEY! Farmers’ Lots of Rye Grass CLEANED as usual at low rates. Storage for all kinds of Grain, and Liberal Advances made on same, if re quired. Agents for the New Zealand Insurance Company. Standing Cnors Insured until threshed and carted out of paddocks. Cornsacks and Twine supplied at current prices. * MRS HODGE, Dressmaker and Milliner, begs to intimate to the ladies of Ashburton and the. surrounding 1 districts that she has opened a branch of business much needed in Ashburton, and trusts that civility, combined with cheap-, ’ ness, will ensure a liberal support. ■ Having purchased the Stock for CASH, I it will enable her, with a slight patronage, • to Sell at a Profit that defies competition, namely ; Corsets, Baby Linen, ■ Underclothing, Pinafores, and_a largo variety of other lines too numerous to r particularise. Dressmaking and Kilting ■ ip the latest and most approved styles. Note the Address. - MRS HODGE, a Tancred Street, Next Weeks’ Music Depot. 515 e

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 642, 22 May 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 642, 22 May 1882

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