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PUBLIC NOTICES. MOUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. ■pURSUANT to the " Road Boards' '■*- Act, 1908," the "Local ElectioK and Polls Act, 1908," and the " Loca] Election and Polls Amendment Act, 1913," Public Notice is hereby giver that an ELECTION for the return oi ONE MEMBER of the above Board, tc fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr Thos* H. Scott will be held if' necessary, on TUESDAY; Februarj Nominations in the form prescribed must be delivered to me, .or addressee to me, and delivered at my residenc, a.l Alford Forest, not later than ji2;o'clocl noon, " on '"WEDNESDAY; Februarj 18th, 1914. ■ . F. W. FAGAN, 1 Clerk and Returning Officer. February 9th, 1914. BOROUGH OF ASHBURTON. NOTIFICATION OF VALUATION LIST. mAKE NOTICE.—The Valu'atior -*- for the Borough of Ashburton foi Year 1914-15 is now open for Inspectior at the Borough Council Chambers Havelock Street, Ashburton. All objections thereto must be left at the Magistrate's Courthouse on oi before the 15th day of February, 'addressed to the Assessment Court, and a copy of such objection must be left at the Town Clerk's Office not later than ten days before.the next sitting of the Court. ALFRED McCLURE. Town Clerk. Dated this loth day of January, 1914. NEW ZEALAND. RAILWAYS. RACES AT~DUNEDIN. HOLIDAY Excursion, Tickets will be issued to Dunedin from any station on the South Island Main Line and; Branches from 16% to. 20th February iriclusivej available §f or. return till 2nd MarcllV'■ ■""'•'■:%. ■."-,. . "■~~J&:: ■■v\. A Special Passenger Train.'''will- leave Dunedin for Ohnstchurch at 8.50 p.m. on 21st February, arriving at ,'Christchurch at 6.43 a.m. on 22nd. It will stop at any station North of. Oamaru to set down passengers. 2 79 BY ORDER. MISS COUPLAND, Teacher of Piano, Singing (Voice Production), Painting. Pupil of Madam Lucy Chambers (teacher -of Madam Melba), Heir Hartung, Gordon Gooch, A.R.A.M., has resumed Tuition at, Mrs Arthur's, Jones's Road, near East Belt. 2 147 MUSIC... ■' • • PIANOFORTE, Singing, and Theory of Music in all its Branches. MRS JOHN FORRESTER, Mus. Baa, Will Resume Lessons on MONDAY, February 2nd. Railway Concessions to Country Pupils. Crossipol House, Burnett St., W. BUSINESS NOTIufcS. BUY your New Razor from Percy He guarantees what he sells, and Prices Moderate. NURSERY Hair Lotion —a necessity in every home where the children go to school .Keeps the head clean of parasites and the scalp healthy. Is a bottle, Boimington's Pharmacy. 111 WANTED— The Public to remember that Osman and' Co. are now carrying on the cycle.business recently occupied by Bell Bros., and both old customers and new ones may rely on getting the same attention and satisfaction as from the old firm.—Osman and Co., Burnett Street. " 140 EGGS. EGGS. FLETCHER BEOS, are Cash Buyers of Frensh Eggs in any quantity, at lid per dozen. Please note that the Eggs must be perfectly fresh. '..'" FLETCHER BROS.' CASH SUPPLY STORES. SPARKLET Syphons—an instantaneous method' of making pure Waters, or iErating Fruit Syrups, Milk, Wines, etc., 'C size,at 7s 6d each.—At' John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 QECOND-HAND Cycles—thoroughly k5 overhauled and in first-class order. Good serviceable Machines from £3 10s, deposits from £I.—At John Orr and Co.'s East Street Store. 1 76 FOR SALE. Nearly New Dwelling House, of «,6 rooms, bathroom, pantry, washhouse. etc., together with J-acre, very conveniently situated, near N.E. Belt. Healthy locality. Terms. 36 Acres, fronting Racecourse-Road. Allenton. TQ LET. Shop, conveniently situated in Burnett Street. Rooms in Tancred Street opposite His Majesty's Theatre. Offices centrally situated in .Somerset Buildings, recently occupied <by Dalgetj and "Company-. /■T. BULLOCK.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8792, 12 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8792, 12 February 1914

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