PUBLIC NOTICE: i BAPTIST CHURCH. MR J. HAMMETT, Evangelist from Christchurch, will conduct a week's mission at the above Church, commencing TO-MORROW EVENING (Sunday) at 6.30 p.m. Meetings throughout the week commencing at 7.30 p.m. All are invited to attend. J. W. SAWLE, 5 35 Pastor.
UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. I JOHN DA VISON, Returning Officer for the Upper Ashburton Road Board, do hereby declare that a Poll as advertised, for ONE member to fill the vacancy in the Allenton Ward'of this Road District took place at noon this day and resulted as follows :— MR RONALD CAMPBELL 13 votes ■ MR DANIEL O'CONNOR - \ BRICK 2 „ I therefore declare MR R. CAMPBELL duly elected a member of the Upper Ashburton Road Board for the Allenton Ward. JOHN DA VISON, Returniug Officer. May 3rd, 1890. 5 34 HAMPSTEAD TOWN DISTRICT. OWNERS of Unregistered Dogs will be prosecuted after this date. ' By Order, J. C. BELL, Clerk. May 3rd, 1890. 5 36
.-i. T m ,'sS ■xt J V-Viy\ • /'^V ■ ■■■■■'? ■• t> ' %*|^ R Licensing Act, 1881, and Amendments thereof. ~VTOTICE is hereby given that, in JL> pursuance of the provisions of the above-named Acts Quarterly (Annual) MEETINGS of the Licensing Committees for the Districts of Borough of Ashburton, Mount Somers, Upper Ashburton, Ashburton, Mount Hutt and South Rakaia, will be held at the time and places set down hereunder, for the purpose of considering applications, of which due notice is given :— Borough of Ashburton—4th June, at noon, in the Courthouse, Ashburton. Mount Somers—2nd June, at noon, in the Road Board Office, Mount Somers. Upper Ashburton—6th June, at noon, in the Courthouse, Ashburton. Ashburton—6th June, at noon, in the Courthouse, Ashburton. Mount Hutt—9th June, at noon, in the Road Board Office, Methven. South Rakaia—3rd June, at noon, in the Courthouse, South Rakaia. > J. R. COLYER,' '' Clerk Licensing Committee. 29th April, 1890. 5t37 1
(By Special Permission of the Hon. the Colonial Secretary.) GRAND NUMISMATICAL ART UNION THE Undersigned having decided, through special influential request, to dispose of his splendid and unequalled COLLECTION OF COINS, on view in the Exhibition, begs to inform the Public that Tickets are now ready for issue. / 4000 MEMBERS AT 10s EACH. ', FIRST PRIZE : The Collection of 2000' Coins as now exhibited in Dunedin. Second Prize : A Duplicate Collection, of the above, consisting of about 700 Coins. For particulars see handbills. The Drawing will be under the Supervision of an Influential Committee of. Gentlemen, For further particulars apply to HENRY ZANDER, Ashburfcon.
i^r. Thornton Dudley, LAND, ESTATE AND STOCK AGENT--161 Hereford Street, Christchurch. I have sums of money to lend on good security at low rate of interest. Several Farms for Sale. "Thongh Imitated by many, surpassed by none." LEVIATHAN RAILWAY TEMPER- • ANCE HOTEL. j (Opposite the Railway Station) ,' , DXJNEDIN. MRS SIL& PROPRIETRESS , ' THIS very popular Establishment continues to afford very superior accom--1 modation to tourists and others who desire the COMFORTS of HOME, combined with Very Moderate Charges. i The sole management of the house, a» welL as the cuisine affairs, are under the personal supervision of Mrs Silk. The house is situated -within a few miuutes walk of the Post Office, Steamboat Landings, and other places, '
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume vii, Issue 2420, 3 May 1890
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume vii, Issue 2420, 3 May 1890
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