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Public Notices. ANY Peraon TRESPASSING on the Properties of the undersigned will b.p,o..cul.d bcuLßj &NOBTHEr _ 2 302 A. PATERSON, Jonb. UND A Y SERVICES. The Rev. R. F. Gabbett will hold services on Sunday next as under : Waterton, 11 am. ; Tinwald, 3 p. no. ; Windermere, 6 30 p.m. 4 506 O T I 0 E, Persons with Doga TRESPASSING on Runs 20 and 21, south bank Rasaia River, will be prorecuted. 3 330 SAMUEL BOYLE. Money. SEVERAL sums of Money to Lend on freehold seeuiity, at current rates of j interest. Principals only dealt with. 3 428 CH AS. W. PURNELL. A SHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL, Notice is hereby given that Water wnl be SHUT OFF E race and branches (Chertsey and Rakaia) on 9th ? XOtlL lit and 12th April, when occupiers are r quested to thoroughly overhaul and out races to at least their original di stons. By ord^r, WILLIAM BAXTER, 4 504 County Engineer. OF PARTNERSHIP. Notica is hereby given that that Partnership hitherto existing between the undersigned Thomas BAEBEBand Waltkb Mullis, as Butchers, has this day been DISSOLVED by mutual consent. The Business will in future be carried on by the said Thomas Barber, on his own account, who will discharge and receive all DEBTS DDE by and to the late firm. Dated at Ashburton this Bth day of April, 1885. THOMAS BARBER, 4 514 WALTER MULLIS. jpUBLIO HOLIDAY. The Burgesses are requested to observe THURSDAY, the 9th iust. (being the day appointed for the Excursion to Lyttelton and Cfcristchurch), as a PUBLIC HOLI* 1 RUDOLPH FRIEDLANDER, Mayor.

Borough Council Office, Ashburton, 7th April, 1885. 4 508 ASHBURTON TIMBER AND COAL YARDS, WEST STREET. Tucker and Eestell Joshua Tucker] [John G. Restell HAVING made very favorable arrangements with proprietors of Sawmills | in Southland, we are in a position to make j special quotations to those about to build, ( or to those who may require timber for my purposes whatever. Acting as we are entirely for the sawmiller, we can Sell at ihe Lowest Figure named, and therefore hope to continue to receive from Builders, Farmers and others a continuance of their 1 esteemed orders. We have now arriving Large Stocks of well assorted lines, suitable for all requirements, including— Rusticated Weather Boards Feather-edge do do j 8 x f-Weather Boards and Rough Lining T. and G. White Pine Lining and Flooring Also, A quantity of Battens and Scantlings We have just received from Auckland, ex Pelican, an assortment of Kauri Timber from the Union Company’s Mills 1 inch and £ inch Shelving T. and G. Flooring and Lining Mouldings Architraves Skirtings These Timbers we keep stacked under cover, so that they are fit for immediate use, being clean, dry and thoroughly seasoned. We also beg to call attention to our other stocks, consisting of— V.D.L. Timber Deal Hurdles Doors and Sashes Gates GALVANISED IRON, Lysaght’s “Orb” brand, the best imported Gal. Nails and Screws Lead in Sheet and Lead Washers Sheet Z;no Wire Nails and Staples Steel Fencing Wire Barbed Fencing Wire Having a piece of well-timbered land at Alford Forest, we can produce First class POSTS RAILS and STAKES STRAINERS &ISHEEP YARD RAILS and Sell at LOWEST PRICES: Tucker and Eestell. 4 493 UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. PUBLIC NOTICE. All RATES outstanding will be SUED for without respect of persons. By order of the Board. 0. JEPHSON, Collector, 3 480 Box 37, Post-office, Ashburton. PUBLIC NOTICE TO OWNERS OF TRACTION AND OTHER ENGINES. The Bridges in the Upper Ashburton Road District being only built to carry FOUR Tons, persons with loads above i this weight cross at their own risk. By order of the Board. C. JEPHSON, , 3 481 Surveyor.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1509, 9 April 1885

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1509, 9 April 1885