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Meetings. iyp)T7NT ROAD DISTRICT TAKE NOTICE— Ti e Mount Somers I"<■:!d Board propose to CI.OSE the ROAD moiling from the north east corner of R S. 31695 to the southernmost boundary of R. S. 32249, near Messrs Gould j and Cameron’s, Springfield, under Sec- , tion 4, Public Works Act, 1880. Plans of the above, showing the road to be cl aed j (colored green), are open for inspection at the Road Board Office, Mount Somers. A PUBLIC MEETING of ratepayers will be held at the Road Board Office, j Mount Somers, on January 2nd, 1883, to decide whether the above road shall be closed. A. E. PEACHE, 9d Chairman. Amusements. fIPINWALD SCHOOL. —PRIZE Dis--1 tribution and Commencement of HOLIDAYS on THURSDAY, 21st inst., at 6.30 p.m. An Entertainment to follow of a superior class, accompanied by full Orchestra. To be followed at 9 p.m. by a Grand BALI, to he held in Mr Joseph Clark’s Shed (D.V.). Committee of Management ; Messrs Joseph Clark, F. Lewis, R. Ennis, H. J. Jones, W. H. Smith, D. Teppett, C. Jephson. For further particulars see playbills and posters. dV T. Bullock. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16. Special Land Sale. At the request of several of my clients, I have decided to hold a SPECIAL LAND SALE, on the above date. ENTRIES for this Sale must be made on or before FRIDAY, Bth inst. T BULLOCK, Auctioneer. A T. Bullock, UCT lONE ER, ESTATE GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. BAZA A R, BU,RN ET T STRE ET, Asm bcmos. AUCTIONEER’S NOTICE. In future my SATURDAY’S SALES will Commence at 1 o’clock instead of 1.30. • T. BULLOCK. IMPROVED FREEHOLD FARM, of 123 Acres, well watered, FOR SALE by private treaty, situated near the Hinds, together with interest in lease of 150 acres 1 rood 25 perches. Improvements consist of a comfortable Wooden House, of 5 rooms, 4 stalled stable, etc. The freehold is divided into three paddocks, and the leasehold into five; one of the county water races runs through both properties. There is a growing crop of 78 acres wheat, and 70 acres turnips, which will be sold with the property'. This offers a favorable opportunity to persons desirous of procuring a farm at a low price and liberal terms. For full particulars, apply to T, BULLOCK, Auctioneer. M ONE Y . Several Sums ready for investment on c approved Freehold Security, at the lowest . current rate of interest. Apply to T. BULLOCK.

mo LET —A Six-roomed HOUSE in i Tancred street, lately in the occupation of Mr McGregor. T. BULLOCK. mO LET, at a low rental —SHOP in JL Moore street, presently occupied by Mr John Smithson. T. BULLOCK. Ecclesiastical. gEARMOIN GHAELIO. BITHIDH SEABMOIN GHAELIC aim’s an ASHBURTON air LA NOLAIG (December 25th) aig leth-nair an deigh dha, ann’s an EAGLAIS ALBANAICH le Rev. ALASDAIR MAC-A-LEINEN. 9d ! Educational. MISS STEANE having returned to Ashburton, desires to inform her Friends in the town and neighborhood that she will be happy to receive MUSIC PUPILS at Mr Jones’ Room, Baring square, or attend at their own houses, if desired. Terms (per Quarter) —Young Children, One Guinea : Adults, 30s. Lessons also given in French, Drawing, Ladies Fancy Work, etc. An Evening Class three times weekly for general instruction—la Cd for one, 2s 6d or two. Next Rev. Nixon’s, Tancred street. si Tenders. r£IO BUILDERS. TENDERS required for HOUSE at Lowcliffe. Plans and specifications to be seen at Messrs Tucker and Restell’s, where tenders are be left up to noon on WEDNESDAY, December 13th, addressed to d 9 T. B. JACKSON. For Sale. For sal e From this date— CRUSHED OATS, 3s 4d per Bushel. BRAN, SHARPS, CHAFF. OATEN SHEAF CHAFF. First-class lot of VEGETABLE and FLOWER SEEDS.


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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 815, 11 December 1882

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