" Rough on Catarrh " corrects offensive odors at once Complete cure of worst chronic ases ; also unequaled as gargle for diphtheria, sore throat, foul breath. 4
CIRCULATING LIBRARY WILL be opened shortly, containing upwards of 1000 VOLUMES By Standard and Popular Authors, SPECIALLY SELECTED AND IMPORTED for the above . Further particulars In future adverili* ment. H. M. JOIOIS. 4 130 I
Notice. Tbe Offices HUE STORES 07 THB UNDERBI«NKD WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE EASTEE HOLIDAYS From THURSDAY EVENING 18th, to TUESDAY MORNING, 23rd April, Farmers will please note that no grain Will be received during these days. FRIEDLANDER BROS. D. THOMAS. GEO JAMESON. ALBERT ROBERTS. April 17 th. 4t129 AN AM 4 ROAD BOARD.
AN ELECTION of FIVEI Members for the Ant ma Road Board will be held on TUESDAY, May 7tb, at Mb Rkakky's house, Ma j field North. Nominations of candidates to be addressed to tbe Returning Offioer to be delivered at Mb Rbanky's house on or before noon, THURSDAY, May 2nd, T, J. REANEY, Returning Officer. Ratepayers Annual Meeting for Anama Road Dlstrlot to be held on THURSDAY, May 2ad, at Mb Rbanky's noose, at noon. W. 0. WALKER, 4t126 Chairman. GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL
CONCERT TO SB HELD IK THB ODDFELLOWS' HALL ON FRIDAY, MAY 3rd, 1889 IN A.ID OF THB ASHBURTON BOROUGH BRASS BAND FUNDS 4*131 Kink de Paris. « Cc ri est que IE PREMIER pas gui cofite? 1 WEDNESDAYMEDAL COMPETITION. SATTODAY--SINGLE FOOT RACE, WEDNESDAY^ APRIL 24. Fanoy Dress and Maple Carnival A number of Fancy Costumes can be obtained at the Bink for the above Carnival. i _ R. ELSTON, 3*76 Man iger THE EDUCATION BOARD OF THE ! DISTRICT OF NORTH OANTEaBUiiY. ELECTION oFcOMMITTEES. THB BOARD, m pursuance of power m that behalf conferred by the Education Aot, 1877} aQ d the Education Act 1877 Amendment Aot, 1885, hereby directs that a PUBLIC MEETING of the Householders \n every School District throughout the Eduoatlon District of North Canterbury be held on TUESDAY, the twenty-third day of April, one thousand eight hundred and eightynine, at seven o'olock m the eveniDg, for the Election m each Diet riot of SEVEN Householders to form the Committee for each District for the year ending with the fourth Monday m April next year. The place of Meeting shall be the SohoolbouEe m each d is t riot, and this is understood to mean the Main Schoolhouse jn any District which has more than one
The Board farther direots that the First Meeting of each School Committee be held ia the place appointed for the Election, and immediately after the election upon the same evening. The Board requires the Chairman of each Public Meeting to make to the Board, immediately after the election, a return of the names of the several Householders elected to form the Committee, and recommends that each Chairman of Committee report his own election aB soon as possible, J. V. COLBOBNE VEEL, Secretary, Ohriitcbofchj April stb, 1889, 4*l3s
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