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I Coursing. FRIDAY, MAY 24th ALL- AGED Stakes, £1 each ; Poppy Stikes, £1 eaob. Entries olose at [Somerset Hotel, WEDNESDAY, May 22ad. at 8 p.m. 6r167 f WESTER FIWJLD FLOUR MILLS. FARMERS and other Settlers In the Athburton District are Informed tbat tbe above Mills are now prepared to do gristing la any quantity at lowest . rates, and having a First-Class Milter 1 engaged, satisfaction oan be guaranteed t Grain for gristing oan be left at my shop In Tanored street. G. J. F. LUBLOW, 1 Proprietor. A.R.V. riIHE ASH BURTON BIFLEB SOCIAL WILL BE HELD ON I FRIDAY, 24th MAY IN THE ODDFELLOWS 1 HALL. Dancing at Bp . m. Admission— Gentle* men, 2s 6d ; Ladies free. Tickets from all members of the Company. Williamson and fl. Preece, TAILORS AND HABIT MAKHfts (IiATB Or LOKDOH AKD BIBMZAGHAM \ LIVEBY A MILITABY UNIFOBMB. LADIES' HABni~AND JACKETS Made In all the Latest Styles. EAST ITtBEET, Next to Courthouse, ABHBURTON, And at 69 Colombo Street. Ohrlstchurch. 12 138 SUBSCRIPTION TICKETS for circu latin;? Library are now being issued Monthly, Is 6d ; quarterly, 3s 6d ; half yearly. 69 ; yearly, 10a 6d. A Subscriber oan have two Works at a time on payment of a Subscription and a half. Catalogues— 6d each. All Subscriptions striotly oash. hTm. JONES. 4 130 W.SPARROW Tailor & Outfitter EAST SI BEET Next BANK NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. DAY BXCUBSION TO TIMARU, EXOUBSION FABES TO DUNEDIN FOR BA0E& ON the 24th May an Excursion Train will run from Ohriatcburob to Timaru and baok, takiDg passengers from Aehbnrton (at 9.55 a,m ) at return fares of 6s 6d first -class, 4* 6d eeoond. The return train will leave Timaru at 580 p.m. Excursionists may alight at Temuka, and return at 5 50 p.m. The morning train from Ashburton to Ohristchuroh and Methven to Bakaia will run 20 minutes later than time-table times on tbe 24 tb. Excursion liokets to Danedin will be Issued at Bakaia at 36s .first-olasp, 25s second ; Ashburton 32s firßt-olaas, 229 6d seoond, on the 22nd, 23rd, wnd 24th May, and Saturday Betarn Tickets from any station to any station from the 22nd to the 25th May ; all available for return till the 30th. 5f163 BY OBDEB. THE EDUCATION BOARD OF THE DISTBIOT OF NORTH CANTER. BUBY. nnHE Eduoation Board of the District of JL North Canterbury hereby publicly notifies that the Eleotion of a Committee for the Sohool Distriot of Ashburton, held on th.3 23rd April, having been declared null and void under the power conferred on the Board by Seotion 66 of " Tbe Education Act, 1877," the Board direots that a public mooting of the householders m the said District be held on WEDNESDAY, the twenty-ninth day of May, 1889, at 7 o'clock In tbe evening, m the Schoolhouse, for the election of Seven Householders to form the Committee for euoh Distriot for the year ending with the fourth Menday m April next year. The Board further direots that the first meeting of such Sohool Committee be held m the place appointed for the Eleotion, immediately after the eleotion apon the same evening. J. T. COLBOBNE.VEEL, Secretary. Ghrlstchnroh, 14th May, 1889. 6U35 "THE PROPERTY ASSESSMENT AOT, 1885" AND "THE RATING AOT, 1882," AND AMENDMENTS IT Is hereby notified that a Board of Reviewers will meek at the Resident Magistrate's Court, Ashbtuton, at eleven o'olook Id the forenoon, on MONDAY, tbe 27th day of May, 1889, for the purpose of hearing and of determinating objections m respeot of property In the under-mentioned places :— Ashbnrton County Longbeaoh Road Dlitriot Oolditream .... Wakanul „ ', Mount Hutt „ I, Sonth Rakala Road DUtrlet Mount Somers «> „ Antma Road Distriot Bangltata Road Distriot Upper Ashburton Roiad District TlnwaldTown District Borough of Ashbnrton Hatnpatead Town Distriot JOHN GRIGQ WILLIAM MoMILLAN George: Jameson I sjiQ Start of Rjrltwor*

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2138, 18 May 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2138, 18 May 1889