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PUBLIC NOTICES. JNXXFICE OF SPECIAL LICENSING POLL. POLLING PLACES APPOINTED. ■ I IN pursuance of the Legislature Act, 1908, and its Amendments, I, I ROBERT FRIZZELLE, Returning Of- c Boer for the ASHBURTON ELECTOR- t AL DISTRICT, do hereby give notice I that on the 10th day of April, 1919, a £ SPECIAL LICENSING POLL, under t bhe Licensing Amendment Act, 1918, will be: taken on the following proposals :— • . I.—That licenses 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 NeV Zealand. The hours of POLLING shall be from 9 o'clock in the Morning to 6 o'clock in'the Evening. "The following,-are the POLLING PLACES at whipH, the POLL will be taken:— -; , The Courthouse, Ashburtpn (princi-- - pal). , L : .;■:'■•> The Borough Council Chambers, Ash- " burton. . t The Public School, Hampstead. The Public School, Tinwald. The Men's Dining-room at Mr Grigg's, { Winslow. x The Public School, Hinds. * The Public School, Baling. The Public School, Rangitata. t The Public School, Rangitata Island. The Public School, Eiffelton. The Public School, Flemington. The Public School, Longbeach. The Public School, Lowcliffe. The Public School, Mayfield. The Public School, Carew. The Public School, Lismore. The Public. School, Arundel. Tlie Public School, ;Geraldine. The Public School, Woodbury. Th© Public School, Orari Bridge. '' The Public School, Orari Gorge. 1 The Public School, Belfield. ! The Public School, Orari. : The Public School, Orton.,' : J The Public School. Clandebov.e. ! Mi- Robert Edgar's the •- Corner or Waitohi and Kakahu Roads, near Temuka. The Public School, Scotsburn. . The Homestead, Mount Peel Estate." ' The Public School, Hilton. The Public School, Pleasant Valley. '. The Public School, Waitohi Flat. ' The Public School, Upper Waitohi. The Public School, Kakahu Bush: The Public School, Aiflandale. The Public School, Sherwood Downs. The Public. School, Skipton. j The Public School, Four Peaks! ' < The Public School, Gapes Valley. Dated this 4th day of April, 1919. ROBERT FRIZZELLE, Returning Officer. ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE Position in regard to the Disposal of tihis Season's' Wheat Crop having become acute, a Meeting of Farmers will be held in the Association Rooms, Arcade, on TUESDAY NEXT, Bth inst.', at 2 p.m., to consider what action should be taken by growers. J. B. CHRISTIAN, ; Secretary. ( BUSINESS NOTICES. CHILLY WEATHER IS JUST ] A LITTLE AHEAD—BEAT IT ! BY BUYING THESE WARM , CLOTHES. . " I Something warmer for winter—that's the order of the day now. Protective ( measures well ahead mean less physical inconvenience, and cut out expen- 4 sive doctors' and chemists' bills. These • Winter Shirts and Underclothing are just your needs to-day. Come along in and see the splendid qualities. NEGLIGE SHIRTS, in a variety of Neat Stripe Patterns and Pkin White, 1 in Warm Union and Other Cloths. All sizes in well-cut comfortable shapes, o Bands and Collars 5 PURiE WOOL UNDERCLOTHING, r Long and Short Sleeve Singlets. Sev- s sral weights in every man's size, a Guaranteed well shrunk, Colonial and English Makes; none but the best of- t Fered here; but the prices are quite reasonable. P Don't put off your purchases—the 4 of our Fine Stocks is tihe reward af the early selector. Makg a pom* af being early. 1 4 MCDONALD and DUNLOP, MERCHANT TAILORS, : East Street. 'Phone 291. . F. J. SUTTON, j BUILDER AND UNDERTAKER/, ■ METHVEN. ■ •' ' " ' < *Thona 79. Box 86.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9579, 5 April 1919

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