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Public Notices. HATRED HEABT SELECT 80HOOL. CONDUCTED BY THB BeHgiouo of Notre Dame des Missions, AshburtOD, Will be re-opened on M^WDAY. 28th inst. 1*122 mENDERS wanted for Stooking and X Forking 370 Acres more or less of Grain Crop. Tendera to left at the V.otorlafc Stables by Noon on SATURDAY, 26 -h Inst, For particulars apply MoOORMIOKBROS., 1 124 Wh obmore. Wool T AM prepared to purchase WOOL of X. all descriptions, In any quantity at full market prices. G. BIBSET. Reildenoe and Office— Tancred street East. Store (Mr G. Jameson's) West street. I 11 26 RANGITATA ROAD DISTRICT. PROPOSAL TO STOP A ROAD. VTOTIOE la hereby given that the i.l Bangltata Road Board propose to stop a Road In front of Lots 1 and 2. Reserve 1660, and Lots 11 and 13 Reserve 138), Plan of Road proposed to be stopped (tinted green) la posted for exhibition In the Road Board Offioe, Llsmore; 0. J HARPER, _ Chairman. Deoamber Bth, 1888, 12 80 Caution. T>BRBONS found Camping among thi CROP id the Domain, or knocking down STOOK3, WILL BK PROSECUTED, 1 131 LICENSING ACT 1881 AND AMEND MENT ACT, 1882. T HEREBY give notloe, In aooordanoc X with the provisions of the Lloen bI "8 A^t 1881, and Amendment Aot 1882, that the Annual Election for FIVI Persons to form the Committee for th( Licensing PJstrlot for the Borough o Ashburton, will be held at the Boroupl I Council Offices, Baring Square West Ashburton, on THURSDAY, the 7th o February, 1889. I Nomlnatlooß In the form prescribed li I the Second Schedule of the Regulation o Local Eleotlons Aot, 1876, will be reoelvec at the Town Clerk's Office till 1% o'olool N °on on THURSDAY, th« 31st January, 1 188fr, OHAS. E. FOOKB, Returning Officer. Borough Council Office, Janoary, 220 d, 1889 I+l gj ASHBURTON JIGH SCHOOL ESTABLISHED 1881; Teaching Staff: Boys' School.— Mb J. E. Buchanan, Ist B. A., University College, London. Gibis' School -—Bf iss Saundbbs, Oantert bury College, Phrlstqburoh j Miss Grdbb, Trinity College, Dublin AT this institution pupils of both sexes have the opportunity of acquiring the elements of a liberal education. The subjects of Study are those usually taught at Secondary Schools ; bur the ordinary course may be modified to meet speolal eaaea, If In the Interest of the Pupils such a plan Is judged ad* vlsable. The year Is divided Into three terms. All fees' are payable In advanoe. per en Pupils under 12 years of age ... £2 „ over 12 years of age ... £2 Muslo (extra( £1 Fee for attending Music (0n1y).,, £2 Drawing and Painting (only) ... £I JU A term's notloe required before tht removal of a pupil. For further details apply to Mi Buohanan. CHRISTMAS GIFTS ! | CBKISTMAS PRESENTS CHRISTMAS GIFTS ! Pickford & UndriJJ Have just Imported • Choice - SoleoMon of VASES and other ORNAMENTAL and USEFUL DESIGNS In GLASS AND CHINA Suitable for presents for Ohilstmas and New Year. Please Inspect them at THE ASHBURTON FURNfcTURE WAREHOUSE, TANCRED STREET. CoaL Coal. I have just taken Into STOCK 250 Tons VERY SUPERIOR COAL From NEWCASTLE Per "Lnrllne." THB STRIKE IS OVER AND PRICES are voy Reduced Considerably. Purchasers are advised to call at MT YARDS. J. G. RISTELL BINDING WIRE, WHITE ;OROSS BRAND. A splendid sample. Quality guaranteed binding"twine. MANILLA OF THB VERY BBS?, Also the Celebrated LURLINE HEMP. This Twine Is the Cheapest; per acte Farmers are advised to give It a fair trial JOHN (JTISSTELJ,,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2045, 24 January 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2045, 24 January 1889

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