~ 'ountj Balance-sheet of the Ashburton v y ea , Council Deposit Account for the *. ending March 31, DBS ; I have audited this account and find it correct. JOHN OLLIVIER, Provincial District Auditor. April 7, 1885. Estimate of Assets and Liabilities of the Note.—The proposed Ashburton traffic bridge is not included in the above, the Council not having accepted a tender for it as yet. There is a sum of L 1,200 for Wakanui protective works, to be paid to Government by special rate in the district of the Wakanui protective works by 15 yearly payments of LIOB each—first payment to be made Ist May, 1885 There is also a sum of LI,OOO to be pa'd to the Government Insurance Department at 7 percent., by special rate in the district—first payment on April 1, 1885, LI,OOO, to be refunded on Ist October, 1900. 4 545 1
Meetings. ETH VE N LIBRARI, A CONCERT and DANCE in aid of the funds of Methvon Library, will be held in the Schoolroom, Methven, on FRIDAY, Mav £2nd, at 7 30 p m. Admission—Reserved seats, a limited number only, 3s ; unreserved, 2s. Dance, gentlemen, 4a ; ladies free. 4 641 THE Ashburton Volunteer Fire Brigade MEiT THIS EVENING, at 7.30 p.m , at the old Borough Council Chambers, for the Election of Officsrs. Members are requested to promptly attend. d 548 Ashburton wesleyan circuit. WEDNESDAY, 22nd APRIL 1885. Reception Soiree, In connection with the arrival in Ashburton of the Revs D. McNicoll and T, J. Wallis, will be held in the Cameron street Church, on the above date. Addresses, interspersed with music by the choir, will be given at the after meeting. Tea at 6 o’clock ; tickets, la 6d each, asokio dress concert will be given by The SI. John’s Lodge, No. 1858, E, 0., in the MASONIC HALL. TANC lED STREET on FRIDAY, the 17th APRIL, 1885. Programme—Part I. 1— Chorus, “ Hunting Song ” (Mendelssohn) 2 Song, “ The Silver Cup” (Adams), Bro H. A. Gates 3 Song, “ Maid of Athens ” (Allen) — MrsjHodge 4 Song, “Ruby” (Gabriel)—Bro J, G. Rose 5 Pianoforte solo, ,c Caprice Hongroise ” (Kette.’er)—Miss Emma Orr 6 Song, “It was a Dream” (Oowen) — Miss G. Gates 7 Vocal duet, “Love and War ” (Cooke) —Bros Pickford and H. A. Gates 8— Song, “ Loving Evermore ” (Allen) — Airs E. G. Crisp 9 Chorus, “ The Happy Lover’' (Men delssohn) An interval of ten minutes.
Pakt 11, 1— Chorus, “Early Spring” (Mendelssohn) 2 gong, “A Voice that is Still” (Pinauti) Miss Kidd 3 Song, “Carrier John ” (Pinsuti)— Miss H. Barrett 4 -Song, “ Father’s Love ’’(Wallace)— Bro A-. Harrison s—Pianoforte solo, “Home Sweet Home” ! (Thalberg)—Miss Williamson G—Song, “Hand and Heart” (Moir)Bro J. H. Cl&yton 7_Vocal duet, “Santa Madre ” (Vincent) Misses Kidd and Barrett 8— <Song, “The Warrior Bold” (Adams)— Bro D. Thomas 9 “Departure" (Mendelssohn) “ God Save the Queen.” Musical director Bro. S. Wolf, B.A.M. 3 42 mHE ASHBURTON COUNTY I STOCK AND SA LEY ARDS COMPANY (Limited), j la prepared to Dip Sheep IN Jarge or small lota at the following scale of charges : For the first 500 sheep, one penny each For the second 500 sheep, one halfpenny each Forjthe second 1,000 sheep, one farthing each i For flocks of over 2,000 special arrangej ments will be made. The material used will be charged for in addition to the above. GEORGE JAMESON, 3 207 Secretary.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1514, 15 April 1885
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