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PUBLIC NOTICES., SPECIAL SHOOTING SEASON FOR NATIVE GAME, ASHBURTON ACCLIMATISATION DISTRICT. LIVERPOOL, "Governor-Genei-al. IN; exercise of the powers vested in me by the Animals Protection Act, 1908, 1, Arthur William de Brito Savile, • Earl of Liverpool, the Gover-nor-General of the Dominion of New Zealand, ,do hereby evenipt from the operation of section twenty-six of the said Act the Ashburton Acclimatisation District, and do hereby notify that the' following native game—viz., grey duck, black teal, and black swan—may be killed within the Ashburton Acclimatisation District, comprising the County of Ashburton (except in the areas;mentioned in 'the Schedule hereto), from the first day Of May, one thousand; nine hundred' and nineteen, to the thirty-first day of July, one thousand nine hundred and nineteen, both days inclusive. And I do further notify that 'the following native game—viz., paradise duck—may be killed within the abovementioned district (except in the areas mentioned in the Schedule hereto) from 'the first day, of May, one thousand nine hundred and nineteen, to the thirty-first day of May, one thousand nine hundred and nineteen, both days inclusive, ' s' And I do hereby restrict the number of such native game that may ' be killed by any one person in any one day to not more than twenty head in all. SCHEDULE. ■ Areas Wherein Native Game Shall -Not Be Killed. 1. ALL that, area in the Canterbury Land District, being the two small lakes known as Maori -Lakes, situated in the Heron, and Tripp Survey Districts, and the area included in a line running parallel to and?twenty chains distant from the shores,jof those lakes. 2. All lands notified ,or set apart as sanctuaries or reserves' "for the - preservation, of imported or native game. :. As witness * the hand of His Ex- .,..'■ cellehcy the Governor-General, • "this twenty-eighth day of March, one thousand nine hundred and nineteen. G. W. RUSSELL, 4 188 Minister of Internal Affairs. SPECIAL LICENSING POLL, 1919. PUBLIC NOTICED - hereby. grVen that at the Licensing Poll to be holden on April 10, the following persons will be entitled to vote, although their Names are not on the Electoral Roll or have been ruled- out on the Electoral- Roll :-* . ' a -; 1. Every returned member' of the Expeditionary Forces whose discharge does not take final effect until after the 10th of April,- provided such member produces to tlie Returning Officer ' his leave or status certificate. 2. Every, person, including -discharged members of the Expeditionary Forces, .who can and - does make before the Returning Officer a declaration under Section 18 of-the Legislature Amendment Act, 1914, either (a) that his name was on the Roll specially printed for this Licensing Poll and has been ruled out on that Roll, or (b) that he I was at the last election in the district in which he now tenders his vote, on the Roll of Electors for such district and voted at that election and %'s still qualified to be enrolled as an elector of the district. J. HISLOP, 4 202 • Chief Electoral Officer. LOST AND FOUND. LOST —Five Canaries. Reward on returning to C/o T. H. Dunham, Tailor, Burnett Street. 4 207 LOST, from Hinds—2 English Leicester Rams, Branded on Rump G over T, in Red. Finder please communicate with M. Dwyer, Hinds. 4 204 LOST— A Soldier's Silver Badge, No. 6397. Finder please forward to Porowhita Post Office. 4 191 FOR SALE AND TO LET. FOR Sale—Daisy No. 3 Alfa Laval Separator, 66 gallon capacity, guaranteed perfect order and condition. Call 1 early, as first reasonable offer will be accepted. W. HOPWOOD, 4 196 Tinwald. FOR Sale—s-6 Indian and Coach-, built Side Car; first-class order; seen in Osman's Cycle Shop. 4 208 FOR Sale—l Disc Hornless Gramaphone, with 31 records, in firstclass order.—Apply Farmers' Co-op., Hardware Dept. 4 197 FOR Sale—Boat-shape Pram, practically new.—■ Apply "Reasonable," "Guardian" Office.' 4 215 FOR Sale—House 5 Rooms, plastered, and all Conveniences, West Side.—R. Clark, Arcade. 4 214 FOR , Sale — Freestone Peaches', Pears, Apples, and. Tomatoes. — Thomas Bros. 1212I 212 BUY your wife a North British Water Bottle this Winter! The "Unique", is fitted with, patent, stopper.-that can't leak, and well vulcanised seams prevent hursts 1 British, made, and branded oh neck of rbottlo. •....'„.. „ ;

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9581, 8 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9581, 8 April 1919

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