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A meeting of the Tinwald School Committee was held in the Schoolroom on Monday, Present—Messrs Doherty (chairman), Redmayne, P. Low, and Gudsell. The minutes of. the previous meeting were read and' confirmed. The Master's report showed the attendance for the month to be—Boys, 51-6; girls, 39 2; total, 908. Number on roll—Boys, 68; girls, 57; total, 125. The Master mentioned matters requiring attention in connection with the pump and outhouses, and asked for paper for the use of the school. Three tenders were opened for the office of Caretaker, and that of Susanna Wilson was accepted for £14 per annum. Accounts to the amount of £1 15s 6d were passed for payment. Messrs Redmayne and Low were appointed a Visiting Committee, and authorised to have the necessary works done at once. The Committee thenadjourned

Public Notices. O C\ p? f~\ C^\ To lend on approved dZ)4-lO\-JKJ freehold security. JOHN C. CORR, Barrister & Solicitor ; Burnett St Ashburton. FLEMINGTON BACON FACTORY. "DORK CUTTINGS will be for Sale Ju daily at the above Factory on and after SATURDAY, MAY 31st. 5 203 T. Bullock. TO-MOKHOW" SHEEP TROUGHS. '.

MR T. BULLOCK will sell by , Auction at the Arcade at 12 Noon TO-MORROW, a number of Sheep Troughs. T. BULLOCK, 5-1204 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, MAY 31st. Valuable Corner Section, No. 643, Burnett and Winter Streets. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from the Owner to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on the above date that valuable— T.S. 643, Corner of Burnett and Winter Streets, near the Drill : Shed, fenced with a Macrocarpa fence, high, dry and healthy position. Grand Site for a House. Sale at 12 noon. T. BULLOCK, , 5 165 Auctioneer, i SATURDAY, MAY 31. ~\ \ Acre Section, together with Cottage, 2 near the Woollen Factory. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr B. Hanks to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, MAY 31, His Freehold Allotment, number 22, | containing \ Acre, fronting Winter's Road, Allenton, on which is erected a Cottage. This property is well situated, healthy position, and near the Woollen Factory. Will be sold at a sacrifice. \ Inspection Invited. Terms if required. Sale at 12 Noon. T. BULLOCK, 5t156 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, MAY 31. Corner Section, together with Butcher's Shop and Dwelling House, Tinwald. By order of the Mortgagees. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on Saturday, May 31, on account and by order of the Mortgagees. LOT 73, containing J-acre, corner of Agnes and Archibald Streets' Tinwald, on which are erected a Butchers shop with dwelling house attached, stable, cart shed, loose boxes, and other buildings. Lately in the occupation of Mr J. M. Wood. This property is very centrally situated, near the Railway Station and fronting the main thoroughfare, will be sold on ex- 1 ceptionally liberal terms oi: payment. j Sale at 12 noon.

T. BULLOCK, 5*158 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, MAY 31st. IMPROVED FARMS. 666 AC"^ES 666 Close to the Somerton Railway Station, Methven line. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions ' to sell by Public Auction, at the Arcade on SATURDAY, MAY 31st 666 ACEKS 666 Originally part of the Somerton Estate fronting the Rakaia and Methven Railway line and close to the Somerton Station cut up into 3 convenient sized farms ranging in , area from 206 to 250 acres. This has been down in English grasses for a number of years, it is very conveniently situated being only about 6 miles from the Rakaia Township. This offers a favorable opportunity to persons of moderate means of acquiring a medium sized farm in a good locality and on very favorable terms, viz : 10 per cent Cash, balance by instalments, infceres only 6i per cent. I Sale at 12 noon,T. BULLOCK, +115 Auctioneer. Jiicmd and Hnmpherys SATURDAY, 31st MAY. UNDER BILL OF SALE. .■ BLAND AND HUMPHERYS have received instructions from the holders of the bill of sale to sell by public auction at the East Street Horse Bazaar on the above date, — : n DRAUGHT HORSES, Q DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUGHS, O FARM DRAYS, HARNESS AND SUNDRIES. Sale at 12 o'clock.! - ' ' * BLAND & HUMPHERYS, 6§199 Auctioneers.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2438, 30 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2438, 30 May 1890

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