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Public Notices. -gOROUGH OF ASHBURTON. PUBLIC NOTICE. This is to notify that at a Special Meeting of the Council of the Borough of Ashburton, held on the 12th day of June instant, it was resolved to REPEAL By-law No. 55 and to ADOPT in lieu thereof the following By-law, that is to say—“lf any cattle shall at any time be found feeding, grazing, or wandering in any street or public place within the Borough, whether the same shall or shall not be attended by or in the charge of any person or persons the owner thereof shall be guilty of an offence, and notwithstanding the liability of any person to a penaltj’ under this by-law any officer of the said Council or any police constable may seize and impound such cattle. And the word “owner” shall include the per.-.on having the lawful charge, control, or management of such cattle. ” And this is to further notify that a Meeting of the said Council will bo held at the Council Chambers, in Burnett street, Ashburton, on MONDAY, the 10th day of July next, at seven o’clock in the evening, to confirm the said resolution. Dated this 13th day of June, 1882. CHARLES BRADDELL, 741 e Town Clerk.

CANTERBURY SALE YARDS COM PANY, LIMITED. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS (Canterbury Branch), AND THE ADDINGTON SALEYARDS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that after SATURDAY, the Ist JULY Next, STOCK will be received and delivered at the Stages now erected at the Railway Siding adjoining the Company’s Yards. All stock sent by rail must be consigned to the owner or to an accredited agent, or the carriage prepaid. By order of the Directors, GEO. A. MAKEIG, 818 e Secretary. 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. 376 e -QR W. STROWD PARTRIGE has undertaken the Charge of Dr Ross' Patients until he is able to resume his practice, and may be CONSULTED_at Dr Ross’s residence at the usual hours. 717 e

\T FOR THE INHABITANTS OF ASH- ' BURTON AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. THE SALVAGE COMPANY WILL OPEN ON SAIURDAY NEXT, JULY Ist., In East street (Next Mr Patching’s), With a Splendid Assortment of General Drapery, Men’s and Boy’s Clothing, Gents, Ladies’ and Children’s Boots and Shoes, Of every description, which will be Sacrificed in order to effect a Clearance. For Quotations, etc., see Handbills. 825 e

'yj'R F. G. THOMAS, SukgeonDejitist, will be in Ashburton on TUESDAY, July 4th, and may be CONSULTED at Quill’s Commercial Hotel. 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 26 acres 3 roods 33 perches, or thereabouts, being part of a road reserve passing by and through the sections numbered 22539, 20692, 6793, 8417, 8450, 078:?. 6787, 8342, 8451, 6788, and 0792, as shown on the plans Nos. 483, 507, 508, deposited in the Land Transfer Office of the Christchurch Survey District, and extending from the junction of roads at the north-western corner of 11. S. 22539 to the junction of roads on 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 6505, 7206, 6831, 20242, as shown on the plan No. 608 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 thereabouts, being part of the sections numbered 6773 and 6777 to 6732, as shown on the plan No. ) 335 deposited in the Land 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 be stopped, and a survey made and plana prepared of the said new roads to be made showing the lands throughout which they pass, and the 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 the Longbeach road. Dated this 4th day of May, 1882. W. CUTHBERT, 406 a Ch rk. rnUE LONGBEACH ROAD BOARD J_ DISTRICT. GENERAL RATE, 1882. In pursuance of the provisions of “ The Canterbury Roads Ordinance, 1872,” and of “The RatingAct,lß76,”PublicNoticeis hereby given that it is the intention of the Board for the Longbeach Road District, at their next usual meeting, to be held on FRIDAY, the T.h day of July next, to make a General Rato of SIXPENCE in the £ on the value of all the Rateable Property in the District for the period commencing on the Ist day of January, 1882, and ending on the 31at day of December, 1882, payable in one sum on the 14th day of July, 1882. And that the Ratebooks for the Five Wards into which the District is subdivided are now Open for Inspection at the Office of the Board, situated on the Longbeach road. W. CUTHBERT, Clerk, Longbeach road, 20th June, 1882. 770 e

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

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