The correspondent of a Christchurch contemporary aays : —" lam sorry to say that the Premier is again seriously ill. He was able to take a walk to-day (22nd inst.) but is not allowed to attend to any business. He insisted on attending a Cabinet meeting, ahd at the close his symptoms were so alarming that at one time fears were entertained }ie would not leave the room alive. This evening someone foolishly mentioned the discussion going on about his memorandum, and his interest being aroused, he was again seized with nervous excitement, followed by dangerous exhaustion, and his condition creates much uneasiness. Mr E. G. Wrigkt informs us that on Tuesday next, he will be at Springburn School on behalf of the Board of Education, to hear all parties for and against the proposed new school m that vicinity. As tke settlers are much scattered, it will hi as well for all interested to spread the information of Mr Wright's visit as much as possible. He will be m waiting at the Springburn School at one o'clock. In addition to the question of the new school, Mr Wright will hear settlers m regard to proposed boundary alterations m the Alford Forest and Springburn districts. As the §ite to be chosen for the proposed new school is an import*) t question* it would be well for all interested to attend at Mr Wright's meeting and take part m tne voting on the subject. As the whirl of time has again ushered m the busy spring, and to be prepared to supply the requirements of Nature and of their numerous patrons, Messrs J. Scaly and Co. have completed their selection of seeds, which are of the choicest quality obtainable,. and which include clovers, turnips, mangolds, carrots, rape, perennial ryegrass, cocksfoot, elephant sweed, garden, and flower seeds m endless varities, and garden requisities of every description. For the convenience of patrons who cannot make their purchases during the day the premises will be open to nine p.m. on Saturday evenings on and after the 16<-h August. J. Scaly and Co. have also empty tanks for sale.— (Advt. It will be m the recollection of the public that my collection of apples shown m Mr Clayton's shop m East street, being sixty-six varieties, and also those which took two first awards at the Dunedin Exhibition and various other places, was pronounced to be the largest and best ever shown m the Ashburton county. I would draw their atten* tion m advertisement elsewhere. As only work on blight-proof stocks than which no other stocks can be relied upon, the roots of my apple trees do not require to be washed before sending out. James Porter, nursery* man, Allenton.— Advt Holloway's Pills.—Nervousness and want of Energy.—When first the nerves feel unstrung, and listlessness supplants energy, the time has come to take some such alterative as Holloway's Pills to restain a disorder from developing itself into a disease. These excellent, pills correct all irregularities and weaknesses. They act so kindly, yet so energetically on the functions of digestion and assimilation, that the whole body is revived, the blood rendered purer, while the muscles become firmer and stronger, and the nervous and absorbent system are invigorated. These pills are suitable for all classes and all ages. They have a most marvellous effect on persons who are out of condition ; they soon rectify whatever is m fault, restore strength to the \ body and confidence to the mind.
IN BANKRUPTCY. V. ' Ms?lt R. IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District Court of Ashburton (being a Local Court of Bankruptcy), holden at Ashburton. In"the matter of "The Bankruptcy Act 1883," and the Acts amend ing the same, and of the bankruptcy of the persons hereinafter named. -VTOTICE is hereby given that state,iyi ments of Accounts m the undernamed Estates have been filed m the aborernamed Court, and that at the next sitting thereof on SATURDAY, September 13th, 1890, John Charles Bell, the Deputy Official Assignee m Bankruptcy of thq property of the under-named Bankrupts, will apply to the said Court for an order releasing the said Deputy Official Assignee from his office m respect of the Estates of the said Bankrupts. Dated at Ashburton this 23rd day of August, 1890. J. C. BELL, Deputy-Official Assignee. Alexander Proctor, formerly of Ashburton, grocer. Edward William Osborne, of Rakaia,, farmer. John Burgess, of Tinwald, contractor. Joseph Jones, of Ashburton, laborer. William Hicks, of Ashburton, coachbuilder.
Henry Cape-Williamson, of Flemington, schoolmaster. Cornelius Fanning, of Methven, laborer. James Beach, of Willowby, farmer. William Busing, of Tinwald, flaxmill employee, Henry Taylor, of Hampstead, laborer. John Thompson, of Rakaia, dairyman. William John Atkinson, of Ashbnrton, laborer. Thomas Porter, of Winslow, farmer. Peter Williams, of Ashburton, auct oncer. 8J147 mHE FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE 1 FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION OF CANTERBURY, LIMITED. (To be registered under " The Companies Act, 1882.") —ABRIDGED PROSPECTUS.— CAPITAL „ £ICO,OOO, Divided into 20,000 Shares at £5 each, Payable as foilov.'s :— Ten Shillings per share on application, Twenty Shillings per share on allotment, Twenty Shillings per share m one month, if required. Balance, if required, by calls of Five Shillings per share at intervals of not less than three months. Provisional Directors. Messrs S. Bailey* W. Boag*, F. H. Brittm*, M. S. Campbell* J. Campbell*, C. Enaor*, J, Gammaok*, J, Grigg, J. Gough*, J. Haydon*, J. Hardiet, R. L. Higgins*, W. Henderson*, R. B. Holdsworth*, J. J. Herrick*, W. B. Howellt, A. B, Inwood*, J. Kellandt, D. M'Millan*, F. D. S. Neave*, A. Parsons*, J. Paget, H. W. Peryman*, J. Bennie*, R. H. Rhodest, E. P. Scaly*, J. Talbott, J, Wileont. * Directors of the N..J5, Farmers' Cooperative Association of Canterbury, Limited, Christchurch. t Directors of the Canterbury Farmers' Cooperative Association, Timaru. Bankers : Bank of New Zealand, Christchurch ; National Bank, Timaru. Solicitors : Harper and Co., Christchurch. Secretary, pro tern : A. H. Turnbull.
Applications for share must be made upon a form to be obtained from the Seorotar-y pro tern,, at the offices of the New Zealand Farmers' Co-operative Association at Chrisfcchurch, or from the Canterbury Farmers' Co-operative Asssociation at Timaru, and must be forwarded to either of the above addresses, together with the amount payable on application, Wlievc the number of shares allotted is less than the number applied for the surplus money forwarded will be credited m reduction of the amount payable on allotment. Copies of the proposed Memorandum and Articles of Association may be in-, spected at either of the above-mentioned offices, or at the offices of the Solicitors of I the Association at Ohristchurch. j Applications for shares will be received; j up to and including Wednesday, the 30th day of September next, B*H4
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2499, 23 August 1890
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