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«>?■>'.. Public Notices. T"~OS^Bl^lTPocietßook at TreverJ_J ton. Finder will be rewarded. Apply John Gkiffin. 9 28 MISS BARRATT'S SCHOOL, Cameron Street, West, TTTILL Re-open on MONDAY, 15th Vy. inst. Snbjects taught: English, Music, Singing, Drawing, Cameron Street, Bth September, 1890. 9 31 union s¥ea!oiiTp COMPANY, (LIMITED.) 3ST Q O B IN consequence of the Disorganisation of Shipping Labor, the Directors regret they are , I UNABLE TO ADVERTISE t . ■ . . „.. ■ .■■>■. : ■ the .-' ■ ■ " RUNNING OF STEAMERS - AS '-USUAL. Intending PASSENGERS aiid SHIPPERS will receive ALL POSSIBLE INFORMATION at. the Company's Offices. ; GEORGE JAMESON, Agent, Aahhurton, LONGBEACH ROAD BOARD. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. I HEREBY give notice m pursuance of *' The Road Boards Act, 1882," and amendments thereto, and " The Regulation of Local Elections Act, 1876," and amendments thereto, that an election of One Person to fill the vacancy m No. 2 Ward on the Longbeach Road Board, caused by the resignation of Mr Thomas Taylok, will be held at the Flemington Schoolhouse on TUESDAY, September 23rd, 1890. Nomination of Candidates rnu&t be made m the form set' forth m the second schedule of the last mentioned Act, and delivered to the Returning Officer, or addressed to him and delivered at the Flemington Schoolhouse at or before Noon on FRIDAY, September 12th, 1890. Nomination forms on application. E. J. FOOKS, " 9*23 > Returning Officer. TINWALD TOWN DISTRICT. BIENNIAL ELECTION. ™^T"OTICE is hereby given m accordance JJN with "The Town Districts Act, 1881," and the Amendments thereto, and ' The Regulation of Local Elections Act, 1876," and the Amendments thereto, that an ELECTION of FIVE* Persons to serve as Commissioners on the Tinwald Town Board will be held as tfnder : — NOMINATIONS m tlie prescribed form must be delivered to the Returning Officer, or addressed to him, and delivered at tRe Temperance Hall, Tinwald, at or before 12 o'clock NOON, on WEDNESDAY; September 10th, 1890. THE POLL if necessary will be taken on WEDNESDAY, September 17th, 1890, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m., at the Temperance Hall, Tinwald. NOMINATION Forms may be obtained from the Returning Officer, or Mn Jambs Gtjdsell, Tinwald. E. J. FOOKS, Returning Officer. Ashburton, September 2nd, 189 Q. +6 "VTT ANTED TO PURCHASE,— 1000 a*™ IQ|OO SECONDS WHEAT For prompt delivery. 9+24 FRIEDLANDER BROS. Wool Wool Wool "T IBERAL CASH ADVANCES Made on the ensuing WOOL CLIPS At the Lowest Current Rates of Interest. GEORGE JAMESON, Ashburton arid Rakaia. 9§19 ~SKIN~SALES.,~ MY next SALE will be held at my STORES, West Street, I ' ON FRIDAY, 12th SEPTEMBER, i GEORGE JAMESON, 9*25 Ashburton. ! NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. GERALDINE RACES AT ORARI, SEPTEMBER 9th and 10th. rpHE 8 a.m. train from Christchurch to 1 T'tnaru will be accelerated en the 1 9th September between Ashburton and Timavu. It will be due from Tinwald at 1 11.2, Winslow 11.11, Hinds 11.25, Rangitata 11.55 ; arriving at Orari at 12.11, and ! Timaru at 1.20. | Return Tickets obtainable any day. ;9t15 BY ORDER. ~Ni 0W ~P EING QOLD AT •: " The Corner " A LINE OF BROWN and GREY Imitation MOLESKIN, 4|d Per Yard, Usually Sold at Is. A SPECIAL PURCHASE OF "IYyjEN'S QHIRTS and- OUITS AT A LARGE DISCOUNT. A LINE OF X ADIES' TACKETS, HALF PRICE. WTT- /COLLIER * li. OOLLIER, <fTHE COKNEE."

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2512, 8 September 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2512, 8 September 1890