: HE ANNUAL General Meeting of I the Ashburun Caledonian Soolety «H1 be held ut Mb S salt's Office, Em V-Q-t, onSAfJItDAY EVENING, May ll,h i<,r.., at 7.30 p.m. Busine«« ; Oon*iaeratton of Annu*l 1 port an ' Balance 8hoo», E ectlon of fßjers and auy other business that may ?ouie otfote the moetU a. J. TUCKER, 5*30 Hon Beo. WAKUSUI KuAD BOARD. NO 2 WARD. EXTRAORDINARY. THE following nominations have been reoaived : — # GHIOKGfiJ OOE DAVID WILSON A Pull lor the emotion of ONE of the »b ive-uumed candidates will bo tuken at the W«k,»»ul School ou WEDNESDAY, 22ud, 1889, between the boars of 9 ft oa. and 6pm. B. J. POOKS. Rotnrnlog Officer. M»y 9 h, 1889. 5t114 WAKAJSUI RIVER BOARD. *XTRA.ORDIS*ARY VACANCY. X^EE F blowing nominations wore reL oelved : — GKOHQB OOE DAVID JOBNSTON A poll for tbe election of ONE of the bove named candidates will be t»koo at he W*kanal Sohooihouae, on MONDAY, VC»y 20tb, 1889, between \h* boars of 9 i.m and 6 p.m. E. J. FOOKH,. Returning Offloer. May 9tb, 1889. 6t115 RINK lt_ PARIS THE NEXT RINKING DAYS will be ■* Wednesday thursday ■«6 saturday AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP ONE MILE Oo THURSDAY, MAY i6th IN BANKRUPTCY. la the Dlstrlot Ooart of Ashborton (being a Local Ooart of Bank* ruptoy), h olden at Ashbarton, fn the matter of " The Bankrnptoy Act 1863," and the Aote amending the same, and of the Bankraptoy of Thomas WmxriNaroN, of Ashbaiton, laborer. VTOTIOE Is hereby glvoa that MONDAY, 1\ the twentieth day of May, 1889, «t the hoar of 11 o'oloak m tbe Zorsaoon, »t the DUtrlot Ooartboaie, Athbarton, ; hai been appointed by tbe Court for the pabllo examination of the above-named bankrupt. Dated at Aihburton this U.th day of May, 1889. J. 0. BELL, 5t1 04 Deputy Offiotal Awlgnee; UNITB© GIUND LODGE FOR NEW ZEALAND. fTTBE Masons of Aahbarton and Diatrlot X are cordially invited to meet at the ilaconio tiall at 7.30 on MONDAY Even ing next. The President and Delegates from the Canterbury Branoh of the New Zealand Maßonio Onion have intimated their intention of being present at the next Regular Mooting of the Bomeraet Lodge on FRIDAY, the 17th inst. It has there, fore beea deemed advisable to hold a preliminary meeting with a view of framing questions to be pu,t to the Delegates m order to elicit as mnoh infoimation as possible on tbe question of the proposed Urand Lodge for New Zealand. No Regalia on Monday Evening. J. Cookbubn, W.M, Thistle Lodge B. J, Faui<, W.M,, Somerset Lodge H« M. JpN«s, W,M, 8t John's Lodge. ' 6t107 METHVEN. FBIDAY, M^ 17th, 1889. MR D. THOMAS baa received Instructions from Mb John King, to Sell as above on the ground, tbe following valuable properties, viz ; -~ LOT I.— All that section oontalning 1 acre, being lot 185, part Baral Section 30314, together with sroomed oottage thereon LOT % —All th.at seotlou oontalning 1 aore, being lot 180, part R,S. 39314, both lots being la the Townnhip of Methven. Terms at Sale. Sale at 12 o'olook. D. THOMAS, 6fß6_ Aa^tloneer^ CLEABXNG SALE, EquHy of Redemption of Farm of 276 - aores, being R.S. 23417, 20296, 20297, WATBRTON DISTRICT, and adjoining the properties of Messrs Mo Arthur, Donaldßon, and Dawson, together with all the LIVE and DEAD STOCK thereon, on WEDN&bDAY, 15th MAY, }989.. Tlyfß D.' THOMAS has yeoetved InJSiJI tktnotlovA from Mr W. J, Bbowjt ot Waterton to sell by Pablio Auotion as above . AT THBS fIOMBSTEAD, QAA EWES OKA Crossbred LAMBS Ploughs, Dray, Harrows, Wood's Beaper and Binder, McOorrolok Beeper and Binder. Samulson Reaper, quantity of Harness. X HOBBES q COWS O CALVES, and a lot of Sundriea* Also on aooonnt of another Client,— "J K(\ lot Cross EWES 2 tooth JLOXJ upwards In lamb to Bonffcnt's ENGLISH Leloestera -| ENGLISH Laloester 4 tog.th A. RAM T SOW & PIGS Q POBKERS -1 COW and OAfcF -I SPRINGER O YEARLINGS J DIBO HARROW Sale at half-past 12 o'olock.. Luncheon provided. PW D. TfIOHAS,
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