Lost, Found, &c. FOUJSD —A Southdown Ram LA 08, earmarked both ears. If not claimed within 14 days will be sold to I defray expenrej. Apply office of thi* paper. 4 553 LOST, between Ashburton and Tinwald Racecourse, a small CARPET BAG, containing valuables. Anyone returning same to Scott’s Ho'el, Tinwald ; or office of this paper will be rewarded. 4 551 LOST —On the Rangitata Plains, Roan FILLY, branded P on neck,_ had shoes on hind feet when lost. Finder will be rewarded. Apply Cooksos’s Stables. 4 5 G ———ni^— ummaea —i mmg Public Notices. tud sheep. ME 11 INO RAMS, 2,4, 6 sud 8 tooth for sale. Apply, W. 0. WALKER, 4555 Valetta. MRS KENNEDY & MISS CAMERON, DRESSMAKERS, Compton’s Buildings, Moore street, Ashburton N. B—Registry Office for Female Servants. 4 537 Messrs matson, cox, & co. have for Sale, privately, in Blocks of from Two to Five Acres, some of the best LAND in Ashburton County, just outside the Belt, Allenton. Easy terms. Also, good House, 7 rooms, aud 9 acres Laud. 2 281
BOROUGH COUNCIL. Notice is hereby given that Havelock street west, between the North-west Town Belt and Grigg street, will be CLOSED for Wheel Traffic during formation. FOOKS & SO n t , Borough Engineers. Borough Engineers’ Office, April 8, 1885. 4 512 Ut'Jt'Eß. ASH BUR !ON ROAD BOARD. The Annual General Meeting of Ratepayers will be held at the Board’s Office, Tinwald, on MONDAY, May 4th, at noon, under section 49, Road Board Act, 1882. The Annual Election of Three Gentlemen to serve as Members of the Upper Ashburton Road Board in the place of Messrs McLean, Stitt and Sargeant, who retire, but are eligible for reelection, will be held in the office of the Upper Ashburton Road Board, Tinwald, on May 4th, 1885. Forms of nomination are to be sent to the Returning Officer, before noon on THURSDAY, 23rd April, 1885. CYRIL JEPHSONT, 4 657 Returning Officer. riIHE ASHBURTON COUNTY i, STOCK AND SALEYARDi COMPANY (Limited), Is prepared to Dip Sheep IN large or small lots 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 For flocks of over 2,000 special arrangements will be made. The material used will be charged for in addition to the above. GEORGE JAMESON, 3 207 Secretary.
T O FARMERS WB ARB Cash Buyers OF * WHEAT OATS AND BARLEY. 4 517 MATSON, COX & CO.
11HE EDUCATION BOARD OF THE DISTRICT OF NORTH CANTERBURY. ELECTION OF COMMITTEE. The householders in the undermentioned School Districts, that is to say the districts of Barrhill Kyle Pendarvea Having failed to elect Committees at the annual meetings held on the 26th January, the Board hereby directs that a PUBLIC MEETING of the Householders of every such district bo held on MONDAY, the 20th day of April, 1885, at 7 o’clock in the evening, for the ELECTION in each district of Seven Householders to form the Committee for such district for the year ending with the fourth Monday in January next year. The place of the meeting shall be the Schoolroom in each district. The Board further directs that the first Meeting of each School Committee be held in the place appointed for the election Immediately after the election upon the same evening. J. V. COLBORNE YEEL, Secretary. Christchurch, 4th April, 1885. 4 530
Matson. Cox and Co. WE HAVE FOK SALE—CHEAP, DRAYS STRIPPERS PORTABLE WHARE 4-LSO ! Howard's Twine Binders. MANILLA & HEMP TWINE COLZA, NEATSFOOT & CASTER OILS CORN SACKS, Large size. Everything of the Best Quality and make and at the Lowest Prices. Matson, Cox & Co.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1515, 16 April 1885
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