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PUBLIC NOTICES.

MOUNT SOMEItS ROAD' BOARD. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. T3URSUANT to- "The Road Boards -*■ Act, 1908," and Amendments tlitereto, and "The Local Election and PoHs Act,. 1908," I hereby give notice that an ELECTION to fiTD the Extraordinary Vacancy on tli© Mount Somens Pvoad Board Jx>r. ONE MEMBER, •Vill be held' on. MO^TDAY, MAY IMih, 1919, at the Road Board Office, Mt. Somers. NOMINATIONS on the Prescribed Forms must be deliwed to me or addressed to mo and 'delivered at my Residence, Mount Somers, not later than 12 o'clock noe-m on TUESDAY,. MAY 13tli, 1919-. Wv.TINpALI^WEiBSTER, Returning Officer, 4 673 Mt. Somers Road District. i THE PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT.

TN view of a recrudescence of the In- -*- fluG«iza Epidemic, the Public Health itepartmeni wish to notify the Public, that iMs necessary to take all precautions in seeing, that their Prem-. ises are well* ventilated, and kept in a thoroughly sanitary condition. Personal precaution should also be I observed in so far as gargling the I throat twice a day, and inhaling disinfectant vapour -through.the- nose, and also being out,in the open-air as much as passible. By Order. ARTHUR CLARKE, • Secretary, Ashburton Hospital and Charitable S 105 Aid Board. /

■■■- ■/; :' FINAL NOTOCE. ■ ';: HAVINXx Sold my Boot Business to my brother/ MR W. J. SPARROW, all amounts owing to roe must be paid before MAY 20, 1919, or same win be sued for WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. \ ' Accounts may be. paid: to Mr W. J. Sparrow, East'-'Sfcreei, A'sKburtori. 5,81 ■ A. H. SPARROW. PUBLIC NOTICE. ANY Person found TRESPASSING on. my Property at Greenstreet with DOG or GUN will be PROSECUTED. 5 149 G. W. WATSON. npENDERS will be received up till JL MOMDAY, 12t.h inst., for Cutting Trees in Council's Reserves into Firewood. Quantity—About 50 Cords. FuH particulars may be obtained at I Town Clerk's Office. A. McCLURE, 5 160 Town Clerk. W)ULD the Person who picked up Two Sacks of Wheat, on Saturday Evening, dropped off Hauling Plant, on Ford's Road, near TinwaM, kindly communicate with A. W. BENNISON, 5 159 TinwaM.

MEETINGS AND EVENTS. WAKANUI PATRIOTIC COMMITTED A WELCOME SOCIAL will be held in the Wftkanui School on FRUI>AY NEXT, MAY 9, to the following Returned Soldiors :—Sergt. A. Amos, j Privates G. Bromley, H. Turner, W. S. Chambers, S. Cairns,-I. Chambers, W. Lundy, J. Meaclera, T. S. Taylor, S. Corbett, B. Kelly, S. McKay, and A. Hands. To Commence at 8 o'clock. Good ! Programme. Ladies a Basket. 5 151 F.FRAMPTON. NOTICE. •. A WELCOME-HOME to Returned OL Soldiers will be held in HINDS | HALL 'on FRIDAY, MAY 9, at 8 pm. as usual. 5 140 rpilE ANNUAL MEETING of the I RED CROSS SOCIETY will be hety on SATURDAY, MAY 10, at 2.30 p.d. ' 5 153 j ; PRESBYTEEtJAN CHURCH, ] \ TLN\YATJ>. ANNTIAL SOCIAL, Oddfellows' i Hall, THURSQOAY, MAY 8, at 8 o'clock. Sale of Produce at 2 p.m. Variety, Sweets, and Protluco Stalls. Afternoon Fre-e'i. Evening Is. 5 148 A j WELCOME-HOME Social and i Presentations will be tendered to Srt-gt.-Major E. Soal, Corpl. W. H. Mai^d, and Driver R«g. Stevens, in the Yaterton Hall on THURSDAY, May \S. Lad^s a Basket; Grents 2s 6d. 5 161 M .

TE?| Packets of Victory Washing powder for la. Try Is worth, and yeli will use no other. 1 ■ -mXTON-'AND/.-.THOMAS,:; ■V'-^iSf^IAN'GLB I'iSToiaßS..' , ■■

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919

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