New Advertisements. I* OST, on Wednesday last, at Tinwald, j a LEGGIN G. Finder will be rewarded by leaving the same at Lucas’ Boarding-house, Ashburton. 708 e E O B G E S W ANN, Barrister and Solicitor, Hereford street, Christchurch* 701 e 0 B SALE OB TO LET. Nine Acres of GEASS LAND, together with a well - finished comfortable HOUSE of Five Booms, situated near the County Saleyards. T. BULLOCK.
nirmr^Jfpp Meetings. yy AK A N U I ELECTION. MR SAUNDERS invites the Electors of Wakanui to MEET HIM at the Town Hall* RAKAIA, on MONDAY, June 12th, at 8 o’clock. Go7e KANUI ELECTION. Mr SAUNDERS will Address the Electors of Wakanui, at the Kyle Schoolroom, cn TUESDAY, 13th inst., at eight p. ni. S. E. POYNTZ, G9Be Secretary. ■yyA KANUI ROAD DISTRICT. 1 EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. A MEETING of RATEPAYERS will be held at the Road Board Cottage, adjoining Wakanui School,on THURSDAY, June 22nd, at 12 noon, to Elect a Member for the above Board in the room of Mr Hugo Friedlander, resigned. A POLL (if required) will be taken immediately after the Nomination, and closing at 4 o.m. on the same clay. C. 0. FOOKS, Returning Officer. District Office, Juno 7th, 1882. GB4e
Amusements. A GRAND MASONIC C oncert Will be held in the MASONIC HALL,TANCRED STREET, ON FRIDAY, IGin JUNE, 1882. Tickets may be obtained from Members of the Committee, viz. : Bro. R. W. Shearman Bro. .las. Bradley 11. Stevenson W H. Zouch W. H. Gundry G. St. Hill Ohas. Hogg ~ T. Undrill ~ H. W. Felton ~ R. Friedlander ~ Hora.ce A. Gates, W, Sparrow S. B. Nelson E. Saunders E. G. Ciisp G. Gaukrodger D. Macfarlane B. Hughes W. Thompson Conductor. Doors open at 7.30, to commence at 8 o’clock. HENRY ZANDER, G49e Hon. Sec. fjl OW N HALL. Three Days Only, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY, Cato’s Great Amalgamated Shows from YE ODD ENGLISH FANCYE FAYERS, Adelaide, Melbourne, and Sydney. THE MECHANIC’S VISION. A Theatre of 207 Working Wax Figures. The New American Fine Art Exhibition. The Mechanical Aquarium. Japanese Idol. The latest Performing Venemons —Snakes in captivity. THE OLD ENGLISH PEEP SHOW. The whole to conclude with PUNCH AND JUDY. Admission, Is. Open 10 am. to 10 p. ra. Every visitor will be presented with a picture fir American novelty. G7le Funeral Notices.
•3c: 0 # ALL MASONIC BRETHREN are requested to MEET on SUNDAY next, Juno 11th, at the Masonic Hall, at ONE o’clock p m. punctually, to Attend the FUNERAL of the late Bro. George Compton. Masonic mourning regalia. Companions of the Arch will appear in Arch regalia. By order of the various Lodges. W. H. GUN DRY, 11. A. C. IT. STEPHENSON, W.M. Somerset, 1811, E.C, S. B. NELSON, W.M. Thistle, C 27, S.C. W. H. ZOUCH, W.M. St. John’s, 1858, E.C. THE Brethren of the Somerset Lodge, No. 1811, E C., are requested to MEET at the Somerset Masonic Hall on SUNDAY next, the 11th hist., at 1 o’clock p.m., to 'ATTEND the FUNERAL of our late Bro, George Compton. Masonic mourning regalia. June 9lh, 1882. G7oe By order of tho W.M. Ashburton, Bih June, 1882.
11HE Brethren of the St. John’s Lodge, No. 1858, E.C., are requested to MEET at the Somerset Masonic Hall on SUNDAY next, the 11th hist , at 1 o’clock p. in., to ATTEND the FUN ERAL of late Bro. George Compton. Masonic mourning regalia. W. U. ZGUOH, W.M. Ashburton, Oth June, 1882. G"Ge I •a-ilSiSraa. rnHE Brethren of the Thistle Lodge, No. J 627, S.C., are requested to MEET at the Somerset Masonic Hall on SUNDAY next, the 11 th inst., at 1 o’clock p. m., to ATTEND the r UNERAL of late Bro. George Compion. Masonic mourning regalia. S. B. NELSON, W.M. Asburton, 9ih June, 1882. 675 e Gazette in Eankiuptcy. X V. R. N OTICE—Tub Asiiucrtor Guardian Gazette for ail notices undtT the Debtors and Creditors Arts
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 659, 10 June 1882
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