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TENDEBS Wanted for Building Eighteen-Stall STABLE (labour only) at Wincbmore. Plans and Specifications oan be seen at Mb J. G. Bbotsll's Office, where Tenders will be received until Noon of SATURDAY, 11th iust. 6*41

v. jygg. «. TVTOTIOE is hereby given that the __X Clerk will be m attendanoe at the R.M. Court Office, South Bakaia, on TUESDAY, 7'h May, 1889, between the . hours of 9 a m. and 5 p.m. By order J, R, COLYER, 639 Clerk of Court. ' v. m r "THE PROPERTY ASSESSMENT AOT, 1885 »• AND •• THE RATING AOT, 1882," AND AMENDMENTS IT Is hereby notified that a Board of Reviewers will meet at the Resident Magistrate's Oourt, AshburtoD, at eleven o'olook lv the forenoon, on MONDAY, tbe 27th day of May, 1889, for the purpose of hearing and of determinating objections m respect of property m the undermentioned places : — . Ashburton County Longbeaoh Road Distriot Coldstream „ „ Wakanul „ „ Mount Hutt „ „ South Rakaia Road Distriot Mount Somers „ „ Anama Road District Rangitata Road Distriot Upper Ashburton Road Distriot Tinwald Town Distriot Borough of Ashburton Hampstead Town Distriot ** JOHN GBIGG WILLI AM MaMILLAN GEORGE JAMESON 5t40 Board of Reviewers. ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. OCCUPIERS are requested to thoroughly overhaul their water raoes during the following periods when water will be shut off. ASHBURTON-RAKAIA DISTRIOT. Wakanul Flat Raoes, also F raoe (via Wlnobmore and County Saleyards), 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 May. A B and Branohes, also 02 (between Ashburton and Dromore), 21, 22. 23, 24 and 25 May. 0, 01, C 3, C 4. also D and Branohes (Dromore and Ofaertsey Dlstriota), 28, 29. 30, 31 May, and Ist June. E and Branches (Rakaia Distriot), 4, 5, 6, 7 and Bth June.

ASHBURTON-RANGITATA DISTRICT. Wheatstone, Mount Somers, and Ashbarton Forks, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 May. Races between Ashburton and Hinds Rivers, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 May. Races between Hinds and Rangitata Rivers, 28, 29, 30, 31 May, and lit June. All oooupters are requested at same time to thoroughly grub and dear gorae alongside raoes and where races cross fenoes. By order, WILLIAM BAXTER, 5t38 County Engineer. COLDSTREAM ROAD DISTRIOT, GENERAL ELEOTION.

-VrOTIOBis hereby given that m aoXl oordanoe with the provisions of tbe Road Boards. Aot 1882, and the regulation of Local Elections Aot 1876, and Aots amending the same an election of FIVE PERSONS to constitute the Coldstream Road Board, m plaoe of the existing Board, the members of whioh are eligible for re-election, irlU be held as under :— Nominations m the prescribed form (Blank forma obtainable from the Returning Officer, Ashburton), must be delivered to the Returning Officer or addressed to him aud delivered at the Coldstream Road Board Offioe, Longlanda Hinds, before noon on Wednesday. Anrll 24th, 1889. . ,

The Poll, If necessary, will be taken on Monday, May 6tb, 188,9. at the same plaoe between the hpura of nine o'olook In the forenoon aod six o'olook In the afternoon. J. 0. BELL, Returning Offioer. Ashburton, April 18th 1889. 4*143

COLDSTREAM ROAD DISTRICT, ELEOTION, MAY, 1889. THE undermentioned Persons having been duly Nominated as Members of the Coldstream Road Board, namalv:— DOBSON, EDWARD HENRY DOWDING, CHARLES HENRY EMERSON, JOHN MoKEAGE, JAMES TILSON, GEORGE WITHELL, JOHN 4 TO? H S 1> WARD GEORGE A Poll for the Eleotlon of FIVE of the aforesaid Persons to ooustltute the Coldstream Road Board will be taken at the Road Board Offioe, Longlands, Hinds, between the hours of Nine o'clock In the Forenoon and Six o'olook m the Afternoon, on MONDAY. May 6th, 1889. J- O BELL, Returning Offioer, Aihbqrtoa, April 84tb, 1880.

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