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Meetings. $ gOME RS E T LODGE. The Regular Monthly MEETING oi this Lodge will be held THIS (Friday) EVENING, at 7.30, in the Hall, Tancred s'.reet. Visiting Brethren invited. By order of the W.M., JOHN DAVISON, 823 e Hon. Sec. HUTT ROAD DISTRICT. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. A MEETING of RATEPAYERS will be held at the Road Board Office, Methven, on THURSDAY, July 6th, at twelve noon, to elect a Member for the above Board in the room of Mr John Avis Pannett, resigned. A POLL (if required) will be taken on THURSDAY, 20th July, at the following places:— Road Board Office, Methven. Schoolhouse, Barrhill, W. B. COMPTON, Returning Officer. Road Board Office, Mount Hutt, 20fch June, 1882. 826 e

Amusements. E W ZEA L A N N INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. PRELIMINARY NOTIFICATION. GREAT JUVENILE GATHERING AND Art Union. ON MONDAY, the ioth of JULA The Promoters intend to provide a SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT For all the Children in this and th

neighboring Provinces. Both during the Day and Evening, Christmas Trees, Sports, Music, Cosmo rama, Dissolving Views, Skating, Fireworks, etc., etc. Concluding with a Distribution of Toys Presents, and Souvenirs, On Art Union Principles. I The admission, including both day and night, will be One Shilling for adults, and Sixpence for children under fourteen, bj TICKETS ONX.Y, 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 Bail way Department and Tramway Company for Special and Cheap Fares. Every ticket will be numbered, and will entitle the holder to a Prize in the

ART UNION, For Toys, Presents, etc. ROBT. S. WALPOLE, VB7e Secretary. Railway Notices. W ZEALAND RAILWAYS. (Christchurch Section.) INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. I EXCURSION PROM ASB BURTON & RAKATA TO CHRISTCHURCH. On TUESDAY, July 4th, an Excursion Train will leave Ashburton at 9.15 a.m. and Rakaia at 10.5 a.m., arriving at Christchurch at 11.25 a.m., and a Return Special Train will leave Christchurch at 5.50 p.rn., same day, arriving at Rakaia at 7.15 p.m., and Ashburton at 8.5 p.m. Return Fakes ; Ist Class. 2nd Class. From Ashburton 7s 6d 5s Od From Rakaia ... 5s Od 3s Od Children under twelve years of age, half fare. Passengers may return by the Special Train same evening, or by ordinary train on any day up to and including the following Saturday. FREDK. BACK, Traffic Manager. District Traffic Manager’s Office, Christchurch, June 28th, 1882, 821 e

Tenders. JJANGITATA ROAD DISTRICT. TENDERS are required for Breaking Stones and Filling Ruts tabout 2 miles), Clearing Stones, Re-picking (about 5 miles), and one Plough Furrow on road from Ealing to Oracroft. Specifications at my house, Tinwald, where tenders must be sent by 9 p.m. on SATURDAY, Ist July. J. C. BELL, 820 e Surveyor to the Board. 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. Barristers, Solicitors, &c. C. W. Purnell, AND SOLICITOR, EAST STREET. 405 e George Swann, ■gARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, Hereford street, Christchurch. 701 e

Shipping. Shortest and most direct route TO GREAT BRITAIN AND EUROPE, THROUGH AMERICA, CALLING AT HONOLULU. The Pacific Mail Steamship Company’s magnificent Steamships will be despatched for San Francisco as follows: Passengers can book to London, Liverpool, or Paris at Through Rates, thus securing special advantages. For Rates of Passage and Freight, and for full b Vrmation, apply to . WILSON, SAWTELL & Co., 771 e Agents, Christchurch.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 676, 30 June 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 676, 30 June 1882

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