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SOMERSET HOTEL. MRSJ. H. HICKTON'S Characterreading by Palmistry. Past, Present, and FutureWonderful Events Foretold ! 4+204 ASHBURTON~RACING~CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING, 1890. SETTLING will take place at the Club Room, Commercial Hotel, THIS EVENING at 8 o'clock. G. BISSET, . 4 212 Secretary. RANGITATA ROAD BOARD. I HEREBY give notice that Messrs C. J. Harper and W. P. 8. Emslie (being the only persons nominated) fare duly elected to serve as MEMBERS of the Board for the ensuing year. ■ ' WM. SIMPSON, ,4*209 Returning Officer. ASHBURTON PRESBYTERIAN' CHURCH. ; j " rriHE Anniversary Services of the above 1 Church will be conducted on SUNDAY next, 27th April, by Rev J. H. McKenzie, of Lyttelton, Morning and Evening, and at Wakanui in the afternoon. Special collections for Church extension and Supplemental Fund. ; The Annual TEA will take place in th. Oddfellows' Hall on TUESDAY, April j29 Addresses by Rev McKenzie and other Ministers and special musical items ;by Choir and Friends. Tickets, 2s. Tea at 6:30 p.m. ' , 4 174 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR; A PUBLICAN'S LICENSE. . I, SAMUEL BODEN DONNAN, of « Waterton, Hotelkeeper, do hereby give Notice that I. desire to obtain and will, at the next Meeting of the Licensing. Committee, of the District of Ashburton. to be holden at the R.M. Courthouse, Ashburton,.on the 6th day of June, 1890, at 12 noon, apply for a Certificate authorising the issue of a Publican's License for a house situate at Waterton, containing 16 rooms, exclusive of those t required for the use of the Family. Dated the twenty-sixth day of April; 1890. ' ' SAMUEL B. DONNAN. "E. G. Crisp, • . ' • . Solicitor. 4210 COLDSTREAM ROAD DISTRICT. ■ ANNUAL ELECTIO3V "■ ! -. "VFOTIOE is hereby given that' in ac* I>| cordance with the provisions of the Road Boards Act 1882, ond the regulation of Local Elections Act 1876, and ,Acts amending the same, an election of TWO PERSONS to serve as members of the* Coldstream Road Board, in place of Messrs Witheu, and Dobson who retire by ballot, and are eligible for re-election, will be held as under :— : Nominations in the prescribed form (Blank forms obtainable from the; Returning Officer, Ashburton), must be delivered to the Returning Officer or * addressed to him and delivered at] the Coldstream Road Board Office, Longlands, Hinds, before noon on Thursday, May Ist, 1890. The Poll, if necessary, will be taken on Wednesday, May 7th, 1890, at the same place, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and six o'clock in the afternoon. , ■ J. C. BELL, y Returning Officer. Ashburton, April 21st, 1890. 4J168 THE EDUCATION BOARD OF THE DISTRICT OF NORTH CANTERBURY.

ELECTION OF COMMITTEES. T |~VHE BOARD, in pursuance of power I in that behalf conferred by the Education Act, 1877, and the Education Act, 1877, Amendment Act, 1885, hereby directs that a PUBLIC MEETING of the Householders in eveiy School District throughout the Education District of North Canterbury be held on MONDAY, the twenth-eighth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and ninety, at seven o'clock in the evening, for the ELECTION in each District of SEVEN HOUSEHOLDERS to form the Committee for each district for the year ending with the Fourth Monday in April next year. The place of Meeting shall be the Schoolhouse in each district, and this is understood to mean the Main Schoolhouse in any District which has more than one school. The Board further directs that the First Meeting of each School Committee be held in the place appointed for the. Election, and immediately' after the election upon the same evening. The Board requires the Chairman of each .Public Meeting to make to the Board, immediately after the election, a return of the names of the several Householders elected to form this Committee, and recommends that each Chairman of Commiltec report his own election as soon as possible. J. V. COLBORNE-VEEL, Secretary. Christchurch, April 11th, 1890. 4t103 SUBDIVISTONAL SALE OF PART OF THE CELEBRATED WESTERFIEU) ESTATE. 1150 ACPES CHOICE LAND TO BE DISPOSED OF. I HAVE boon instructed by C. G llawdon, Esq., to OFFER FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, The Undermentioned FARMS OF 0000 LAND, VIZ:— ' NO. I—Containing 272 ACRES, well fenced and subdivided, with large Plantation (forty acres) in the centre of it. NO. 2—Containing 560 ACRES, with ■splendid improvements, farm buildings very complete, well fenced and subdivided, Avith frontiiges on three roads. NO. 3—Containing 125 ACRES, reclaimed swamp, very rich land, would muku a splendid Dairy Farm. NO. 4—Containing 175 ACRES re claimed swamp, well fenced and subdivided. NOTE.—Running Water in every Paddock in the Block. Inspection Confidently Invited. Terms—One-third casli; balance, three years at 6A per cent. Also, — THE WELL-KNOWN BARFORD ESTATE Containing 9Aofl ACRES ()F CHOICE LAND Subdivided into 20 Paddocks,, with running water in every one. Good Plantations. Land excellent, either for cropping or grazing. Large area now ■jjrowing good turnips. For particulars, apply D. THOMAS, 95 Ashburton,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2411, 26 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2411, 26 April 1890

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