WAKANUI ROAD BOARD. GENERAL ELECTION. No 2 WARD. MR JAMES BKOWN being tho only Candidate nominated I hereby deolare him duly eleoted a member of the Wakanul Road Board for No 2 Ward. E. J. FOOKS, Returning Officer, No 3 WARD. Mesarß Murdoch Bruce and William Thomas Lill being the only Candid »tes nominatod I hereby declare them duly eleoted members ■ f the Wakanui Road Board for No 3 Ward. ALFRED A. FOOKH, Deputy Returning Offioor. Aprll 30th, 1889. 5 # 4 WAKANUI ROAD BOARD. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. IN Pursuanoa of the provisions of " The Road Boards Act, 1882," and amendmonts thereto, and "The Relation of Local Elections Aot, 1876," 1 hereby give notioe that as only one person waß nominated at the general election, an election of ON 55 PERSON to fill the extraordinary vacancy caused thereby in tho Wakanui Roid Board for No 2 Hubdivision will be held on WEDNESDAY, May 22nd, 1889. Nominations in the form prescribed in the seoond aohedule of the la&t mentioned Aot are to be addressed to the Returning Offioer, and delivered beforo t^OON on THURBDAY, May 9th, 1889. at the Main School, Wakanul, E. J. FOOKS, 5f9 Returning Officer.
WAKANUI RIVfiR BOARD. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. IN Pursuance of "The River Bjard Aot, 1884/' and the Amendments thereto, and " Tho Regulation of Local Eleotlooß Aor, 1876," I h; reby glv« notioe that an Eleotlon of ONE PBRBON to nil the Extraordinary Vaoanoy on tho Wakanol River Board caused by tho resignation of Mb Mbbbdith Wilson, vrlil be held on MONDAY, May 20th, 1889. Nominations In the form pretoiibed to the Seoond Sohedole of the lait mentioned Aot to be addresaed to the Returning Officer *nd delivered before NOON, onTHOttSDAY, May 9th, 1889, at the Wakanul Sohool - boune. E. J. FOOKS, Returning Offioer. May Ist, 1889. 5+6 Licensing Aot, 1881. and the Lfoenslng Aot Amendment Aot, 1883,
NOTIOE Is hereby given that, In pursuance of tbe provisions of tbe abovenamed Acts Quarterly (Annutl) MEETINGS of the Licensing Committees fo* the Districts of Borough of Ashbarton, Mount Somers, Upper A«hbarton, Ash barton, Mount Hutt and South Rakaia, will be held at the time «nd plaoes set down hereander, for the purpose of considering applications, of whloh doe notioe Is given : —
Borough of Ashbarton— loth Jane, at noon, In the Couithouse, Ashburton Mount Somers— 3rd Jane, at noon, in the Road Board Offioe, Monat Somers Upper Asbbucton— 7th Jaoo. at noon, In the Courthouse, Ashburton Asbbnrton — 7th June, at noon, In the Courthouse, Ashburton Mount Hutt — sth Junp, at noon, In the Road Board Offioe, Methven Booth Rakaia — 4th June, at noon, In the Courthouse, Bouth Rakaia J. R. OOLYER, Clerk Lloanslng Committees, Ist May. 1889. 5*5
FUNERAL NOTICES. THE Friends of the late Charles Brown are respeoi fully informed that tbe funeral of his late beloved daughter, BbatbioeJ Louiba will move from bis residence, Hampstead, at 2.30 to-morrow THURSDAY, for the Ashbarton Cemetery. BAKER BROS., 5 9 Undertakers. -■ THE Friends of Mr G. J. F, Lnblow are respectfully informed that tbe Funeral of his late beloved eon, Albert Fredrick Henry, will move from his residence, Westerfield Mills, at 12 o'olook on FRIDAY, 3rd May, for the Aehburton Cemetery. BAKER BROS , s£B Undertakers. RAKAIA MONTHLY SALE.
2nd MAY, 1889. SPECIAL ENTBY. On sooount of Mr John Ibwiw. 2 Draught Horses, staunoh and good. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN & MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., Ltd. H, H. SEORETAN, Agent. B. G. STAVELEY, sfl Auctioneer. NEW ZEALAND BAtLWAJfS. FARES TO TIMARU FOR RACES, MAY 2nd and 3bd.
SATURDAY return tickets to Timaru will be leaned at OhrlstohurQh, Oam&ru, and Intermediate Stations, on the Ist, 2ad and 3rd May, available foi return till 6th May. Passengers for the Rsoeoourse per South Express on the Rsoo Days, osn obtain SATURDAY return tiokets to Washdyke and rebook there for a special train to the Raoeooorse.
On the 3rd May, the evening train from Timaru to Orari will run through to Ashburton, stopping to Ret down pasaengers where required. It will leave Timaru at 5 25 pm. and connect at Waihdyke with aspeoial train starting from the Raceoonrne at6.30 p m. 4J209 BY ORDER, LONOBEAOH ROAD BOARD. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCIES. IN Pursuance of the provisions of " The Road Boacds Aot, 1882 " and amendments thereto, and <' The Regulation of Looal Elections Aot, 187G," I hereby give notioe that as no Persons' were nominated at the genertl eleotton, an Eleotlon of TWO PERSONS to fill the Extraordinary Vacatioles on the Longbench Road Board for Nob. 3 and 4 Subdivisions caused thereby will be held on THURSDAY, May 23rd, 1889. Nominations of Candidates for etoh of the Two Subdivisions must be made In th« form net forth In the Seoond Sohedole °f tbe laat-mentloned Aot, addressed to the Returning Offiosr, and delivered befori Noon on WEDNESDAY, May Bth, 1889, £ the follow!^ pUoes:-For No 3 •vavd at the Flemtngton Sohool; No 4 War I at the Winslow Store.
E. J. FOOKS, Returning Offioer. April 39th, 1889, * 4^33
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