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Public Notice.-;;. ■ A SIIBUKTON BOROUGH ■ £\_ COUNCIL. ELECTION OF AUDITORS. I hereby give notice that the following persons have been duly dominated as CANDIDATES for the Office of AUDITORS fur the Borough of Ashburton, viz.) ~ WILLIAM IJICKLEY GUK DRY Alfred Curtis William Smith William Richardson Boyle. And I further give notice that a Poll for the Election of TWO of the abovcnamcd candidates will be token at the Borough Council Chambers, Burnett sheet, Ashburton, on THURSDAY, the Ist clay of June next, commencing at 9 a. m., and closing at 6 p.m. CHARLES ERADDELL, Returning Officer. Borough Council Office, Ashburton, 25th May, 1882. 570 e Ashburton county council. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCIES. Extraordinary Vacancies having occurred in the Ridings of Ashburton and Mount Somers respectively, caused by the resignations of Hugo Friedlander, Esq., and Duncan Cameron, Esq., I hereby give notice that, in pursuance of the Counties Act, 1870, and the Regulation of Local Elections Act, 1870, an Election to fill the same will be held on FRIDAY, the IGth day of June next, at the County Saleyards and the Longteach Road Board Office, for the Riding of Ashburton ; and at the Mount Somers Road Board Office and the Alford Forest Main School, for the Riding of Mount Somers. Nominations in the form prescribed in the second schedule of the Regulation of Local Elections Act, 1876, will be received at the County Saleyards Secretary’s Office and Mount Somers Road Board Office, up till 12 o’clock noon on SATURDAY, the 3rd day of June next. Forms of Nominations may be obtained on application to the undersigned. CHARLES BRADDELL, .Returning-officer. Ashburton, 25th May, 1882. 6690

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. in. 376 e Licensing district of south RAKAIA. In conformity with clause 46 of the Licensing Act, 1881, I hereby give notice that a POLL of the RATEPAYERS will be taken to determine whether Publicans’, New Zealand Wine, Accommodation, or Bottle Licenses may or may not be resnectively increased in the above named district. The POLL will be taken at the Courthouse, South Rakaia, on WEDNESDAY, the 7th clay of June, ISS2, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. ARTHUR MAKEIG, 54Se Presiding Officer. ~O T i c E. Having Sold my Butchering Business, I hereby give notice that all AOCOUN'IS DUE to me must be paid to Mr W. H. Cundky, East street, without delay, in order that the books may he closed. 4870 OCTAVIUS DIG BY. R. JjJ" O T 1 C E. In pursuance of the Regulation of Elections Act, 1881, I, George Jameson, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Wakanui, do hereby give notice that, by virtue of a Writ bearing date the twenty-second day of May, 1882, under the hand of the Clerk of Writs, an Election will be held for the return of ONE qualified person to serve as a Member for the said Electoral District, and that the Nomination of Candidates will take place at the County Saleyards Office, at Noon on the Tenth day of June, 1882, and that the POLL, if necessary, will be taken at the several Polling places of the said District on the Sixteenth day of June, 1882. The following are the Polling places for the Electoral District of Wakanui: County Saleyards Office, Ashburton. Town Hall, Rakaia. Peudai ves Schoolroom, Chertsey road. Schoolroom, Wakanui. Road Board Office, Longbeach. Stationmas-tei’s House, Hinds Railway Station. 567 e S GEORGE JAMESON, Returning Officer. O T ICE. TO PASSENGERS. Trim +r» flrjiovnft. will brt DT.5*

The Coach to ihacrott will do jjioCONTINUED until further notice, on account of bad roads, and the Mail will be carried on a peck-horse. ASHBURTON EARLY IN JUNE. Ticbborne, Not the Claimant, but acknowledged to he THE LARGEST BULLOCK IN THE WORLD, ALIVE. Height, 7ft 2in; length, 12ft 6in; lOlt 3iu round the girth; 3ft 6in. across the hips; sft din. from the wither to brisket; weight, 3,2001b5. Bred by Mr W. Power, of Powerscroft Station, Gippsland, (Victoria.) This leviathan Bullock has been witnessed by over 100,000 persons, including the Governors of South Australia, Victoria, and New South Wales, also their Royal Highnesses the Princes during their stay in Adelaide. Acknowledged by public and press to ho the most perfect and gigantic specimen of the bovine race ever seen in the wurkl. Don’t fail to see this Mammoth Bullock prior to his departure for Europe. Admission- —ON L Slill .LING. 5V70 P. G. HANSEN, Proprietor. MRS HODGE, DKEfissrAKßn and Minus sr, begs to intimate to the ■' ladies of Ashburton and the sns rounding 1 districts that she lias opened a branch of i business much needed in Ashburton, and 1 trusts that civility, combined with cheapness, will ensure a liberal support. - Having purchased the Stock for GASH, . it will enable her, with a slight patronage, to Sell at a Profit that defies com pet is tion, namely : —Corsets, Baby Linen, Underclothing, Pinafores, and a large variety of other lines too numerous to particularise. Dressmaking and Kilting - in the latest and most approved styles. Note the Address. MRS HODGE, Tancred Street, ' tst Weeks’ Music Depot. 515 e 2770 A. JACKSON, Proprietor. £I,OOO CI ? CHALLENGE TO THE / WORLD. Will be Shown in

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 648, 29 May 1882

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