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MEETINGS AND EVENTS., DOMINION TOWN PLANNING.*^ AFREOT: LANTERN LECTURE will be given in the THEATRE ROYAL, At 8 p.m., on MONDAY, 7th Inst., by MR S. HURST SEAGER. Hon. Organising Director. A full attendance of Citizens is particularly requested. ROBT. GALBRAITH, 4 60 - Mayor.l METHVEN COLLIE CLUB. A COMMTTEE MEETING of the above will be held in the Alford Forest Hotel on SATURDAY, April 5, 1919, at 7.30 p.m. \ Business—To arrange a Programme for the coming Trials and General. D. McKENZIE, , 4 14 ' Hon. Sec. A MEETING will-be held in the WHEATSTONE HALL .on MONDAY, 7th, to Form a" Committee for Welcome Home vto Private H. Gillispie. ■ „ 4-90 PUBLIC NOTICES. ASHBURTON iDENTISTS. ALL the Offices of the Ashburton Dentists will be CLOSED from the Evening of TUESDAY, April 15, until the Morning of THURSDAY, April 24, for the Easter Holidays. s «r % . .'<*-fr'.3*«tiaiJ4Mfe-fifl&l-9 IN THE ESTATE OF THE LATE H. S. DRUMMOND 1, Deceased. fTIENDERS are invited by the Public X , Trustee up to 12 moon on- SATURDAY, April"s, 1919, for the Lease, of Lots 98/107. 175/180, containing .60 Acres 2 Roods 27 Perches, at Fairton. For,conditions of.Lease apply to— A. A. FOOKS, 4 105 Agent Public Trustee. NOTICE OF SPECIAL LICENSING POLL. POLLING PLACES APPOINTED. IN pursuance of the Legislature Act, 1908, and its Amendments 1, 1, WILLIAM, TERRINGTON POPPLE, Returning Officer for „ the SELW'YN ELECTORAL DISTRICT, do hereby give notice that on the 10th day of APRIL, 1919, a SPECIAL LICENSING POLL, under the "Licensing Amendment Act, 1918," will be taken' on the following proposals :— (I)— That License for the Sale of Intoxicating Liquor shall continue to be granted subject to the provisions of the Licensing Act, 1908., (2) —That National Prohibition with ' compensation shall come into force throughout New Zealand. The following are the Polling Places at which the Poll will be taken:—• Tawera County Council Chambers, Springfield (Principal). The Road Board Office, Sheffield. The Public School, Kowai Bush. The Public School, Russell's Flat. Selwyn County Council Chambers, Hororata. v . : The Public School, Glentunnel. ; The Public School, Glenroy. , ; The Town Hall, Dunsandel. The Public School, Homebush. The Public School, Greendale. Gerard's Iron Store, R'akaia Gorge. The Old Road Board Office, Fighting Hill. ; Electrical Works } Whakamatau. The Public School, Te Pirita. The "Public School, Rakaia Mead. : The Town Hall, Methven (No. 1). The Town Hall, Methven (No. 2). The Public School, Barr Hill. The Town Hall, Rakaia (No. 1). The. Town Hail, Rakaia (No. 2). The Town Hall, Done. The Public School, LaWiston. The Public School, Highbank. The Town Hall, Lyndhurst. The Public. School, Spreadeagle. The". Road Board Office, Mount Somers. '■'■'"'.• The Town Hall, Staveley. The Public School,'A nama. The' Public School, Alford Forest. The Town Hall, Mayfield. The Homestead, Hak'atere Station. The Public School, Chertsey. The Public School. Seafield, Tlie Public Scho'bl, Dromore. The Public School', Newlands. The Public School, Seaview. The Public School, Elgin. ; The Public School, Fairton. f [The Public School. Winchmore. . < iThe Public, School, Greenstreet. , I The Public School, Wakanui. '" ' The Public School, Winslow. The Public School, Westerfield. The Public School, Ruapuna. The Public School. Allenton (No. 1) The Public School. Allenton (No. 2). Mulligan's Hut, Maronan Road. Dated this third day of April, 1919. W. T. POPPLE, ReturningOOificer. TZ'EEP down the Flies by ueinp; the XV. foHowin«—Gorgon Fly Rolls, 7 for Is; Flibano, 5 for Is; Fli-Killo Powder, lOd; also, in Btock—Jeyes, Kerol, and Upino Disinfectante. i . BUXTON AND THOMAS,':'-','.■ -','..•.; .... ; Triangle Stores.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9578, 4 April 1919

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