The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd For Absolute bale By Public Auction, I*«sts Stakes, Firewood. ~O[TE have received inttruofcions from »yf MESSRS CHAPMAN BROW, to sell by Public Auction on FRIDAY, 21st inst, At 12 o'clock Noon: — IAA r-IOTS HLUEGUM TREE?, JLAJXJ (Kaohl Dozeu) ; Suitable fur Pests, Splitting or Firewood. T. P. GIBSON, Manager. 7 lf>G H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer
Tenders. i ASHBURTON NO. 2 INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY. THE Society has for salo by tender an Appropriation of J3300. Tenders for the above, addressed to the Chairman, are invited to be left at the Society's Office, West Street. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Full particulars may be obtained from the undersigned. WALTER PICKLES, 7 161 Secretary. Longbeach lload District, nnENDERS are invited by SATURDAY, JL July 22nd, 1905. for Grubbing Goreeon Road fronting Mr E. Benbow's property, B.S. 16869, off Chatmoss Road. A. A. FOO.KS, 7 12G Clerk.
Church Notices. QT. STEPHEN'S CHURCH - To-mor"-kJ row's Services — 8.30., Holy Communion ; H a.m., Matins and Litany; 6.3U p.m., Eveusong. 3 p.m., eervice at Tuarangi. 7156 T>ARING Square Church—To-morrow. O 11 a.m , Mr S. Chapman; 6.30, Rev. A.Peters; ' A word to business men and others." 7 157 6^ IVJ OT Peace but a Sword," will be i-T Mr Salter'a subject at the Tabernacle To-morrow Evening. 7 358 "OBIJUTLVE Methodist Church—Gos.JL pel Mission, 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preachor, Rev. Jarne3 Cocker. Evening subject—" A Man's Past History." Young men specially invited. Miss Feltham will eing at each service. 7 163
Public Notices. . . Ashburton United Band of Hope. MONTHLY MEETING. ODDFELLOWS' HALL, MONDAY, JULY 17th, at 7.30 p.m. Distribution of Prizes won at the late Competition. Good Programme. Admission—ld. A^libwrton Guards' GRAND Military Ball, WEDNESDAY, 19th July. ALL Claims against the Estate of the . l»te John Obti are requested to be forwarded in duplicate to the Undersigned not latpr than July 20ch. All Debts owing to the Estate are requested to be paid to The Executors of the late John Orr, C/o JOHN ORR & CO., Ashburton. 7_49 PIPS BAND FUND. t g IHE following further subscriptions to JL the Pipe Band Fund are acknowledged:— G. Murdoch, A. C. Cameron, Jas. Young, J. Burgess, J. Bonifant, H. Cameron, W. Hugheß, G.McLeod, R. Harrison, G. T. Smith, Jas. Strinjrfellow £1 each. W. Langdon £1 Is. Fairton Friends £1 3s, R. Terris, sen. 10s Bd, H. Kennedy 10s, G. W. Leadley 10s, Tenby 6s. Pipe Band Social £!3 16s. Total to date £100 7s. R. Y. FERGUSON, 7 153 Treasurer.
FOOTBALL, TNTER-CLUB MATCHES. SOUTHERN CROSS v OLD BOYS, Sen AND SOUTHERN CROSS v HAKATEBE, Jun. Kick Off—Junior, 1.30 p.m.; Senior, 3 p.m. Ashburton Domain, THURSDi V Next. Admission—One Shilling. 7 162
"VTOTICE is hereby given, in pursuance J3I of the Public Eeaerves Act, 1885, clauses 6 and 6, that the Ashburton Domain will be set apart for the Ashburton County Bugby Union's Football Match, Old Boys' Club v. Southern CroBS, on THUESDAY, the 20th day of July inst., on which day charges will be made for admission on the following scale:—
For children under the age of ten years, free; for each child tinder the age of 15 years and over 10 years, sixpence; for each person of 15 years and over, one shilling; for each horse, one shilling; for each trap, one shilling. HENEY DAVIS, Chairman Ashburton Domain Board. 7 107 Rangitata Road Board. "VTOTICE is hereby given that, at aii
ordinary meeting of the above Board to be held at the Board's Office, Lismore, on THUESDAY, 3rd August, 1905, at 2 p.m., a resolution to take effect as a Special Order will be proposed, and, if thought expedient, passed, making By-laws under "The Public Works Act, 1894," and the Acts amending the same, to prohibit the
use of shoes, clogs, or spikes upon traction engines travelling on public roads within the Eangitata Eoad District ; [and also to regulate the width of the tires of waggons or lorries having four wheels or more and drawn by traction engines.
A copy of the proposed By-laws is deposited at the Board's Office, Lismote, and will be there open to the inspection of all the ratepayers during office hours up to the 3rd August. By order. H. J. C. HARPEE, Clerk of the Eangitata Eoad Board. July Ist, 1905. 7 21
ASHBURTON PERMANENT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. Deposits—Rate of Interest At Call on Every Day's Balance: 3i per cent up to £800, On Fixed Deposit: For six months, any sum, 3£ per cent. For twelve months, any anm, 4 per cent ALBEET EGBERTS, 7 39 . Manager
SAY !—People who Buy their Wedding and Engagement Rings from Feank Ctjbtis are People who save money and get the Newest and Best Goods, MOTOR ACCESSORIES.-Mica Spark Plugs 7a 6d. Poroelain Plugs 3s 6d, GenuiDe De Dion Porcelains with wires 3s. Exhaust and Inlet Valve Stems, A.O.V. and M.O.V. Valve Springs. Single Switches with Plug. 2 Way Switches. Handle Switches, P. and R. Accumulators. Test Lamps. Voltmeters. Goggles. Leather Coats and Breeches. Tools, etc Prices right. The G, H. Carson Cycle and Motor Works, I Tailored Street
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