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Amusements. M ETHYEH CHURCH, A BiZAAR, TEA, and CONCERT, in aid of the Church Funds, will be held at Methven, on FRIDAY, 30th June The Bazaar to start at 3 p.m., Tea at 5 p.m., and Concert at 8 p.m. Admission, 2s 6d; children half price. The above will be followed by a DANCE, the admission to which will be —Gentlemen, ss; Ladies free. Contributions to the Bazaar will be received by Messrs Morgan and Hibbs, Methven. 782 e

EW ZEALAND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. PRELIMINARY NOTIFICATION. GREAT JUVENILE GATHEDING ON MONDAY, the toth of JULY, The Promoters intend to provide a SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT For all the Children in this and the neighboring Provinces. Both during the Day and Evening, Christmas Trees, Sports, Music, Cosmorama, Dissolving Views, Skating, Fireworks, etc., etc. Concluding with a Distribution of Toys, Presents, and Souvenirs, On Art Union Principles. The admission, including both day and night, will be One Shilling for adults, and Sixpence for children under fourteen, by which can be obtained personally or by Post-office Order for the amount, on or before the sth of July, at the Secretary’s office. Arrangements will be made with the Railway Department and Tramway Company for Special and Cheap Fares. Every ticket will be numbered, and will entitle the holder to a Prize in the AND Art Union. TICKETS ONLY, ART UNION, For Toys, Presents, etc. ROBT. S. WALPOLE, 787 e Secretary.

ST. STEPHEN’S CHURCH, ASHBURTON. A TEA MEETING AND CONCERT Will be held in the TOWN HALL, ASHBURTON, ON THURSDAY, JUNE 29th, 1882. At 2 p.m. a STALL will be open for the Sale of Fancy Work, Useful and Ornamental Articles, Plants, Bulbs, etc. Persons willing to assist in the above will oblige by forwarding their contributions to the Parsonage as soon as possible. TEAat 5.30 p.m. CONCERT at 7.30. Admission—ls 6d ; or to the Concert alone, Is. Tickets may bo had from Mr G. F. Henry and Andrewea Bros. 756 e Tenders. rpENDERS FOR PLOUGHING. Wanted—TENDERS for BREAKING UP 100 acres at Hinds. Tenders to be in by Noon on SATURDAY, July Ist. 822 e MA'iSON, COX & CO.

pjp E N D E R S. TENDERS are invited for the Erection of a WESLEYAN CHURCH at Willowby, addressed to Mr Stephen Chapman, Willowby, marked, ‘‘ Tender for Church.” -'ll necessary information will be furnished by Mr Bird, Architect, Ashburton. Tenders to be in by Ist July. 745 e WANTED— TENDERS for PLOUGHING STUBBLE, 6 by 10, in blocks of 100 acres or more; to be finished by end of July. Apply, until 4th July, to FRANK B. PASSMORE, 814 e Sherwood. Gazette in Bankruptcy. V. R. N Is a OTICE— The Ashburton Guardian Gazette for all notices undt r the Debtors and Creditors Artp isr 0 1 — 1 c MOUNT SOMERS AGENCY. E Mr W. H. Puwhcombe is authorised to collect money and transact all business n connection with The Ashburton Guarpian in the Mount Somers and Alford Forest districts.

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the Road Board of the Longbeach District propose under and pursuant to The Public Works Act, 1880, to STOP the following ROAD, viz.; — All that parcel of land, containing 20 acres 3 roods 33 perches, or thereabouts, being part of a road reserve passing by and through the sections numbered 22530, 20692, 6793, 8417, 8450, 6783. 6787,8342, 8451, 6788, and 6792, as shown on the plans IS os. 483, 507, 508, deposited in the Land Transfer Office of the Christchurch fcurvey District, and extending from the junction of roads at the north-western corner of R.S. 22539 to the junction of roads oii the north-eastern boundary of 6792, having a uniform width of 100 links throughout ; and in lieu thereof to makes the following roads, viz.;—All that parcel of land, containing by admeasurement, 5 acres 2 roods 10 perches, or thereabouts, be the same more or less, being part of the sections numbered 6:05, 7206, 6 U 31, 20242, as shown on the plan No. 508 deposited in the Land Transfer Office of the

Christchurch Survey District, and extending from the road at the junction of sections 22539, 6805, 7206, 6831, 6793, 8417, to the road at the junction of sections 6793, 8417, and 20242, having a uniform width of 100 links throughout, and all that parcel of land containing 4 acres 3 roods 27 perches, or thereabouls, being part of the sections numbered 6773 and 6777 to 6732, as shown on the plan No. 335 deposited in the.Lanu Transfer Office of the Christchurch Survey District, and extending from the junction of a road with the northernmost corner of rural section No. 6773, through that section and sections 6777 to 6782 to the northernmost corner of reserve No. 1438, having a uniform width throughout of 100 links, and to exchange the whole of the land occupied by the road proposed to be stopped for the land required for such new roads, and notice is further given that a plan has been prepared of the road proposed to bo stopped, and a survey made and plana prepared of the said new roads to be made showing tho lands throughout which they pass, and tho names of the occupiers and owners of such lands, and that the said plans are on view at the Office of the Longbeach Road Board, on tho Longbeach road. Dated thr i hday of May, 1882. • W. CUTHBERT, Glork.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 675, 29 June 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 675, 29 June 1882

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