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News in Brief

Mr G. W. Andrews announces that he is a candidate for a seat on ihe Borough Counoil. The time for receiving tenders for trenohing for the Gas Company, has been extended till Thnrsday, at 4 p.m. The sale of Mrs C. Braddell's household Furniture will taka place on Thursday, at her residence, Ha voloak Street, West, not. at the Arcade, as previously advertised. Towns has accepted Stanbury's challenge to row for ihe championship and £500 aside, the time and place to be Sxod later. The London " Times" says that the tyranny of labour legislation is imperilling the prosperiiy and credit of Australia. The annual meeting of the ratepayers m the Upper Ashburton Road District will be held on May Ist. The annual meeting of the Eeturned Troopers will be held on May 6th, m Glenies rooms to make arrangements for the annual social, and other business. Messrs J. G. Oroe and G. Harrison bning the only persons nominated, have been duly elected members of the Anauia Road Board. Messrs W. Jewell, M. G-. Rich, and W. H. Stevens, being the only persons nominated, have been duly elected members of the Coldstream Road Board. On Friday next a very large sale of sheep will be held at Moa Flat Station, some 21,000 m all. A special train will leave Invercargill at 6 a.m. on the morning of the sale, and return the same day. Brags will meet the trains at Edievale, and convey buyers to and from the sale. Arrangements have also been made for the catering, and for providing breakfast and tea on the train and dinner on the station. Since being placed on the New Zealand market the Royal Standard Pills have been m great demand. The Pills may now ba obtained from all chemists and grocers m Ashburton. 3 0

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News in Brief, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6553, 25 April 1905

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News in Brief Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6553, 25 April 1905

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