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PUBLIC NOTICES

LYTTELTON HARBOUR BOARD.

ELECTION OF TWO MEMBERS

RESULT OF POLL

TN pursuance of the provisions of the A "Harbours Amendment Act, 1910," and Amendments, and the "Local Elections and Polls Act, 1908," and Amendments, I hereby declare the following to be the result of the Poll taken on the' 30th day of April, 1919, for the purpose of Electing Two Members to represent the Combined District of the County of Ashburton and Borough of Ashburton on the Lyttelton Harbour Board.

RESULT OF POLL. Votes. Galbraith, Robert 506 Blackley, . Thomas A .... 344 Reid, Charles ......... 343 Doherty, Thomas Spearing J. .... !'..' 204 .* Informal „--.' ... ... ... 30 And I further declare Robert Galbraith and Thomas A. Blackley duly ELECTED MEMBERS of the LYTTELTON HARBOUR BOARD for the ensuing term. > ALFRED McCLURE, Returning Officer for the Combined District of Ashburton County and Ashburton Borough. ; May 3, 1919. ' 5 89 THE PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT. TN view of a recrudescence of the Ins-'- --- fluenza Epidemic, the Public Health Department wish to notify the Public that it is necessary to take .all --, precautionsi in|-.(jeei^g:;;t^^t...-yie^ : .,.Prem- ; iseS are wellf-ventilated, arid kept in a thoroughly sanitary condition. Personal precaution should also be observed in so far as gargling the throat twice a day, and inhaling disinfectant vapour through the nose, and also being out in the open-air-as much as possible. . „■' \ J By Order. .-.■'* V ARTHUR CLARKE, ' *". -..'„.... -.. ■■■ Secretary, *-'". Ashburiatt-Hospital and Charitable 5 105 Aid Board,

FINAL NOTICE,

HAVING Sold my Boot Business to my brother, MR W. J. SPARROW, all amounts owing to me must be paid before MAY 20, 1919, or same will be sued for.WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. Accounts may be paid to Mr W. J. Sparrow, East Street, Ashburton. 5 81 . A. H. SPARROW. ANYONE found TRESPASSING with DOG or GUN • on Farm known, as Spencer's Farm, will be PROSECUTED. ■ • •4 577 •'■''' A. J. KEITH. METHVEN CALEDONIAN, SOCIETY. WITH the Termination- of the War, the President cals a Meeting of Members and all interested'for MONDAY, MAY 5,* 1919, i In A. and P. Hall, at 8 p.m. T. TWOMEY, 4 583 ' " „ President. i .. ' _ ' '-"■ ' —~ LAND AND GENERAL. J. B. CHRISTIAK. LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. FOR SALE. of Line, comprising §-Acre of Land, well laid out with Lawns and Gardens, together with nearly New Modern House of 6 Large Rooms, with every Possible convenience, including Electric light.; also, Motor Shed. Immediate possession can be given, and a very low price is asked for a quick sale. -Easy terms arranged. | ' ;•' . FOR-SALE.-. .' "\ ... • Nearly New House of 4 Rooms (plasitered), with Bathroom (Porcelain Bath), Pantry'-,-and-Scullery,--H.. and C. Water, Service, Electric Light and Gas Ranges; also, Detached Washhouse and Motor Shed. . This is an exceptionally cheap property, and the Purchaser can shift in at once. . FOR.SALE. Ijxceptional'y Nice - Bungalow, of 5 Rooms, with all Conveniences, and Sleeping Verandah, opposite Domain, West Side.' ""■_'' No reasonable offer refused. FOR SALE. A Very Compact Bungalow, of 5 Rooms, and all Conveniences, including Motor Shod, etc., situated on East Side of Town. - Apply— - J.B.CHRISTIAN.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9600, 3 May 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9600, 3 May 1919

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