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PUBLIC NOTICES. ASSESSMENT COURT. IS HEREBY GIVEN that •-^ a Sitting of the Assessment Court for the Borough of Ashburton will be ; held at the Magistrate's Court;; Ashburton, on FRIDAY, the 6th day of March, 1914, at 10.15 a.m., at which time and place all Objections which have becA cluly lodged to the Valuation List for the said Borough will be heard and determined. Dated this 16th day of February, 1914, VICTOR GRACE DAY, 2 225 , Judge of Assessment Court. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSOCIATION. (Ashburton Branch). mHE Offices and Warehouses of the -*■ .."Association will -be CLOSED ALIWD'AY on THURSDAY NEXT, 19th inst., the occasion of the Employees' Annual Picnic. W. G. ROBERTS, 2 201 Manager. — '■ -H A WARNING TO THOSE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. T HAVE heard of .two or three things -*- that have been said about me— ABSOLUTE LIES. . Stick to the'truth, it won't hurt you; and if you don't know, don't make, up things. 2 232 THOMAS KELLY. ACKNOWLEDGMENT. MRS THOMAS and FAMILY desire to express their sincere Thanks to all kind friends for their sympathetic messages, letters, telegrams, and floral tributes, etc., received during their sad bereavement. Especially- do they desire to express their gratitude to Dr. C E. Russell Rendle, Nurse.' Frpude, Ensign Hosking, Mr Wm. Hopwood, and Mr Robt. Elliott for their untiring attend tion. 2 231 PUBLIC NOTICE. v SING LEE, Market Gardener, Tinwald, having .Sold his Business, wishes all Accounts l.o_wm ig by him to be rendered in detail before FEBRUARY 21 1914. Tinwald, February 16, 1914. 2 219 . MUSIC. PIANOFORTE, Singing, and Theory of Music in' all its Branches. MBS JOHN FORRESTER, Mus. Bac, Will Resume Lessons on MONDAY, February 2nd. Railway Concessions to Country Pupils. ■ ' Crossipol House, Burnett St., W. : LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Wednesday Night, at CircusLong Brown Fur. Finder please leave at Police Station. 2 220 LOST—Jersey Heifer. Reward re- . turning, or information to J. Grrice, Tinwald. , • 2 233 LOST, between Greenstreet and Mr . Upton's — Gentleman's Small Brown Leather. Bag. Finder please leave at "Guardian" Office. Reward. BUSINESS NOTICES. TWO STROKE MO-' \_J TORS. —,We have been appointed j Agents for this Splendid Machine, and. i svill be pleased to demonstrate it to all who 'are interested. It is without doubt j the pest lightweight motor on the,;' market. . '■':■. "i.' ■ ' ■ ..'v.;| , SIDE OARS.—CaII and inspect ,our< New' Models. Price,and Quality right.:,: ' RUDGE MOTORS.-4Latest Rudge ] performance at "Brooklands: Mile a minute for seven hours, breaking seven records. . ; ' ' '■ ■' ,; / ''■;,, CHAS. E. BAILEY, Tancred Street. W. PAGE, Representative. 1 32 GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE ; DEPARTMENT. ,';.. . LOST POLICY. EIVIDENCE having been supplied of I of the loss ;or destruction of policy numbered 52213 in the books of ihis department on the life of John William .Watson, of Kyle,, formerly' of Brookside,' Canterbury, I hereby give iiotice of my intention to issue a copy :o take: the place thereof on the 24th: Jay of February, 1914, unless objection 3e lodged before that date. J. H. RICHARDSON, Government Insurance Commissioner. Wellington, 10th February, 1914. 2118 TN pursuance of . " The Public Re- ■*• serves and Domains Act, 1908," 3ection 29, notice is hereby given that the TINWALD DOMAIN will be set ipart for the TINWALD AMATEUR SWIMMING CLUB on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26th, 1914. Admission—One Shilling. 2 218

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914

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