Public Notices WAKANUI BOAD BOARD. NOTIOE. ALL RATES not paid by June Ist, will be sued for without further notice. By Order ; FOOKS & SON, 5 143 Collectors WESTERFIKLD FLOUR MILLS* FARMERS and other Settlers m the Aebburton DUtriot are informed that the above Mills are now prepared to do gristing In any quantity at lowest rates, and having a First-Glass Miller engaged, satisfaction oan be guaranteed, Grain for gristing oan be left at my shop In Tanored street, G. J. F. LUBLOW, Proprietor. SDK de PARIS THE NEXT RINKING DAYS will be SATURDAY MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY 76 R. ELSTON, Manager. INSTEAD OF BLUBSTONING PROTECT YOUR SEED WHEAT From Small Birds, Blight, Smut, or Bist BY USING BBOOKE'S Carbolic Wbeat Dressing COSTING ONE P!?NNY PER BUSHEL TT prevents Blight, Smut, and Bust by JL its antieeptio properties, and the small birds do not tonch for a considerable time the seed dressed with it, owing to the smell of the Carbolia. Carbolio Acid has been recommended aDd used m other places for these purposes for several years past, but the above preparation is muob cheaper and possesses the great advantage of being quito soluble m water. Farmers who may be dubious about it are invited to give it a trial m a small way to enable them to compare resu'ts. Prepared only by C. M. BROOKE, CHEMIBT, ' ASHBURTON. HAMILTON AND BROOKS' DIORABU VARIKTY COMPANY. ~\\ TILL give their popular entertainVV ment at the ODDFELLOWS' HALL, Asbburton, TO-NIGHT. Part x, The Diorama— A TRIP TO LONDON. I A series of splendid soenes, painted from photographs and sketches especially prepared for these entertainments. "Paut h A CONCERT m which Miss M«ggie Davidson and Mr F. Norton and other favorite Artists trill appear. | Pabt hi B?The original oomlo opperetta, J^A FIT OF THE BLUES," Robert Save-all (£302). Mr F. Norton, Sasan (with horror of polloeraen), Miss Maggie Davidson. Doors open 730, oommenoe at 8 o'olooks Admission Is and 2». Followed by A DANCE, AdoafuloDi Geati li j Ladlei frea &t
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