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Personal.—Mr Tho?. Harrison, of Hackthome, who has represented the Mount Somers Eiding on the County Council for some time past, has tendered his resignation owing to his removal from the district. Property Sat.k.—Tlig New Zealand Farmers' Co-operative Association report having sold, in conjunction with the National Mortgage Company, Mi W. Houkton's farm at Flemingtou, containing 120 acres, to Mrs W. Read, of Watertim. Longbeach: District. —Ploughing operations are being pushed ahead in the Longbeach district. On the Longbeach estate oata have already bean sown for feeding off purposes in spring and to answer for early crops. Practically no threshing has been done on the estate, Mr Grigg wisely contending that with the condition in which the greater part of the crops were put in the stack, threshing for ut least another month or even more would not be prudent. A social was held last evening in the Orange Hall, a few friends taking the opportunity of saying good-bye to Mr A. Watson, who is leaving on a trip to America. Mr Cambridge, on behalf of the ladies of Bright Hour Entertainers, presented Mr Watson with a dressing case. Speeches were made by Mr Schwartz arid Mr Stock, junr., after which Mr Watson responded. Songs were sung by Mrs Smith, Miss Bnttray, Mr Schwartz, Miss Hewson, and Mr Brown, and a whistling solo was given by Mr A. Stock. Dancing was then indulged in, rmisie baing supplied by Miss Heseltine and Mr Hughes.

Tenders. To Builders. . KIT ANT BD—Tenders for Alteration* V 7 and Additions to House. Plans, Etc., at Mr J. Tucker's Office, wherw Tenders may be left, till SATURDAY. May 13, -5 45 Public Notices. Ashburton Trotting Club. RiWSS TO-HOKROW. FIRST RAGE 1.15 p.m. 537 North Otago Jockey Club. MAY 24th & 25ib, 1905, "fcTOMINATIONS for all Eventß (except Hack Scurry) CLOSE TO-MORROW (Thursday, May 4), at 9 p.m. For full programme see " N.Z. Refdree " and " Otago Witness" of April 19. G. M. PROCTER, Secretary. Box 7, P. 0., Oamaru. LADIES' DRUID LODGE. Annum! Social IT7 ILL be held in the Oddfellows' Hall V\ on THURSDAY, May 4th. Double tickets 3a 6d, extra lady Is Gd. 4 395 Tinwald Parochial District. Bazaar and Saile of Work, "S N Aid of the Fund 3of the above JL District Will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Tinwald, ...0N... Thursday, 25 ay 4th, 1905. Gifts of Produce will be thankfully received by the Veetry, and may be left at Messrs Gudsell's and T. Robinson's Stores. There will be Amusements of various kinds for old and young. Easter Tree. Doll Dressing Competition for young girls. Refreshments can be obtained. Admission 6d; Children half price. Commence at 2 p.m. Chertsey Saleyards Company. THE Annual Meeting of Shareholders will be held in the Public Library, Chertsey, on FRIDAY, May sth, at 3 p.m. j Business—Adoption of Annual .Report and Balance Sheet, and General. JOHN STRINGFELLOW, 5 4 Secretary. Longbeach Road Board. nnHB Annual General Meeting of RateJL payers in the Longbeach Road District will be held in the Board's Office, j Burnett Street, Ashburton, at NOON on ! SATURDAY, May 6th 1905. A. A. FOOKS. 4 HO Clerk Longbeach Road Board. Ashburton Acclimatisation Society. PARADISE DUCK PROTECTED. SPORTSMEN are cautioned that a " Gazette " Notice prohibits absolutely for one year, the taking or killing qf the Paradise Duck. The penalty for so "~3ing ia not less than 40s or mote than JJSO. A. H. SHURY, Secretary Trespass Notice, A NY Person or Persons Found Trespassing on the Riversdale Estate in purßuit of Game or otherwise will be PROSECOTED. 4 448 <V. S. STRANGE. NOTICE WE have been instructed by Mr James Elliott, of Ashburton, who has retired from the Business lately carried on by him as a Coal Merchant, to Sue for the reoovery of all Accounts outstanding on the 20th instant. 5 41 To the Ratepayers of Mount Somers Riding, Ashburton County Council, "T ADIES & GENTLEMEN, — Having JLJ sent in my Resignation as Member of the above Riding, I wish to return you my sincere Thanks for the support you have accorded to me, whilst filling the Position as your Representative in the County Council. Yours Faithfully, 5 46 THOS. HARRISON. New Zealand Farmers' Union. ASHBURTON BRANCH. THE Annual General Meeting of Members will be held in the Agricultural and Pastoral Association's, Rooms, Arcide, on TUESDAY Next, 9th. Inst., at 2.30 p.m. BUSINESS- ' To receive Report and Balance Sheet To Elect Officers, and General. J. B. CHRISTIAN, 5 47 Secrstary. NEW Bibles to hand, ranging in Prices from 1b to £2, or from the midget Pocket Bible to the Two-Clasp Family Bible. A. T. H, WILLIAMS, Bookseller, Etc. f^i ASSELL'S Standard Library of Populnr v>» Works by the best authors, in good cloth covers, dear print, gilt lettering on covers, Is 6d each, 6 for 8s 6d. A. T. H. WILLIAMS, Importer of Books, Etc. CHEF BAKING POWDER guaranteed pare

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6560, 3 May 1905

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