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NkwliAnds Post Office— The Postmaster informs us that the Post Office at Newlands has been re-established as from to-morrow. The Traffic Bridge—lt has been decided to redeok a much larger portion of the Asbburton traffic bridge than was decked some few months ago. New deokina will be laid down as far as the recess midway on the bridge. At present the river is low, and the Council employees will prepare a ford and have a man on the spot to conduct the travelling public over the stream, and thereby minimise the danger of accidents. I.O.G.T.—The usual meeting of The Sta r of the East Lodge, No. 62, was held m the Templar Hall on Wednesday evening. The Chief Templar, Bro G. W. Andre«-s,{pre-sidod over a good attendance. The installation of officers for the current quarter was performed by the P.C.T., Brother Vincent. Throe new members were admitted to the Order, and the Lodge was closed by the Chief Templar. At Dunedin on Thursday the Premier told the Accountants' Institute to get a private member to introduce the Bill to make public accounts the subject of audit by certificated accountants, with a view of influencing public opinion thereon at the general election. Misses Robinson have purchased the refreshment, fruit, and confectionery business m Burnett Street, carried on for some time past by Mrs Constable. They notify that refreshments are available at all hours. It will ba seen by a replace advertisement m the wanted column that the G. H. Carson Cycle and Motor workß are offering a line of sample bicycles at bargain prices. As these machines are strictly high grade, and are not by any means a cheaply made article, Mr Cnrson advises those of our readers who intend purchasing a new cycle to call and seethe bargains for themselves. 50

Henry Stephenson TO-MOREOW, J, WILL Sell a Quantity of Household Furniture, etc., comprising— Tables, Chairs, Sofas, Bedsteads, Oil" clotb, Writing Table, etc. Also,—] 20 Store Pigs 15 Weaners Cows, Poultry, Produce, etc., as usual. HENRY STEPHENSON, S 313 Auctioneer. Entertainments ODDFELLOW S* HALL. TO-NIGHT, at 8 o'clock. LAST NIGHT of West's Pictures & The Brescians. Everything New again To-night. Doors open 7 30. Prices—3s, 2s, Is. 309

Public Notices. EDUCATING THE HORSE. EN MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS.' HORSE BAZAAR, ASHBURTON. Friday and Saturday, May 2fi and 27, at 8 p.m. GRAND EXPOSITION on the above subject by Prof. Theodore Lichtwark. Admission, 2a 6d. Class Fee £1 Is; will admit to All Lessons. 5 272 TVUSINESS CHANGE- Misses Robinson desire to notify that they have taken over the refreshment and fruit shop hitherto conducted by Mrs Constable m Burnett Street. By strict attention to business they solioit a fair share of public patronage, Refreshments are available at all hours. _; J5 316 TO LET, DWELLING of 6 Booms; Bath-room, Wash-house, etc., opposite Canterbury Roller Mills. HENRY STEPHENSON, 5291 Agent. FOUND. STRAYED along the Railway Line at Dromore—About 100 Threa-quarter-bred EWES; brand indistinct. Owner can obtain same by paying expenses on application to JAMES GIBSON, 6 310 Dromore. Notice to Horse Owners. MR H. A. TINKER, Horse Dentist, is paying a Visit to Ashburton. He will arrive here on the 29th of the Month, Anyone requiring his Services may communicate with him at the Somerset Hotel, or Newmans Stables. 5 315

LONGBEACH ROAD BOARD. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that m accordance with "The Road Board's Aot, 1882," Section 114, and "The Ratiag Act, 1894," and " The Rating Aot, 1894, Amendment Aot, 1895," it is the intention of the Longbeach Road Board, at a Meeting to be held on SATURDAY, June 10th, 1905, to make and Levy a General Rate of | of a Penny m the Pound (£) on the Rateable Values of the Rateable Properties within the Longbeaoh Road District, for the year commencing on the Ist day of April, 1905, and ending on the 31st day of March, 1906, payable m One Instalment on TUESDAY, 27th day of Jane, 1905, and that the Rate Book is open for Inspection at the Office of the Longbeach Road Board, Burnett Street, Ashburton, A. &. FOOKS, Clerk to the Longbeaoh Road 5 312 Board. MUSIC. PIANOFORTE, Singing, and the Theory of Music m all its Branches. Mrs Donald McLean, Mus. Bac., Will Resume Teaching on SATURDAY, MAY 27th. Music Room — The Triangle, Wakanui Road. 5 162

IL' BUSHELL. TCI L 0 R I ST, FRUITERER, GREEN GROCER & SEEDSMAN (Next to Aahburton Clutrt. H. GRESHAM, Surgeon & Mechanical DENTIST. By Examination, October, 1897, SU R G E R V m Burnett Street, near Mitchell and Turner's. Local Anaesthetics and Gas administered. Hours of attendance—9 a.m. to 5.30 p ,m Private Residence—Havelock Street west TO LET. DWELLING of fi rooms, detaohed washhouse, etc., conveniently situated m Aitken Street. T. BULLOCK, Agent. For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is6d

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6580, 26 May 1905

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