PUBLIC NOTICES, " L.J. VANGIOnC GEN BBAL MEROH ANtT" *~jP~ kK ABOA Groceries. iSugar! Sugar ! ~. BEST JAVA CANE SUGAR * Drapery ** dress stuffs, rugs, calicoes. BADDLnr*EED TROUSfiK-i, &ta SHIRTS, Etc., TFNNIiS hHIKIS, tie Ironmongery CEMENT. SASHEB. DOORS Fowl Netting - Sheep NettiDg Pig Netting Kabbit Netting Bird Netting w FenoingWire, Hoofing I, on Nails, Staples, etc Crockery Doulton Ware Pompey Ware Beat assorted stook in New Zealand: — Bedding. Wire Mittressea Kapoo Mattresses Kspoo, etc. If. Seed Potatoes - Early Hose *"" Beauty Hebron Robin Adair ■* Hie Majesty Up to Dite. < NEW GARDEN £EED3. H LOUIS J. VANGIONI^ LAVADD STBEET % - \m , AiJNKY. ~,."! ' MONEY w :.! WE bate £10,000 to LENU on FrceboM eeonrily in various suia 3 *W MEABES AND WILLIAMS SoliolSoff, Lavand Street, Akaro* Attend Office lilttle River fire* Tttarsils; " in eaoh month, also DuvauoheUe ever; tint Day. * j> MONB2 TO LEND WE hare various earns ol Trust and other Money for Investment" %\ Lowest Current Bates of Interest. Borrowers can arrange to pay off In same to soit themselves. W. E. D. BISHOP, Solicitor Hereford Street Chambers, , , Christohuroh. - ~
make a donation of £60 to the Hospi?* fcftl Ship appeal. Mr Hay said he certainly was ■ agreeable with the motion, but •# it was certain almost that other calls would be made he thought the sum should bs reduced to £25. Mr Oonway agreed to thie, and the motion was carried Mr Robert Powrie applied for & pro. gress payment of £70. Mr 0. B. Thaoker moved that a pro gress payment of £40 be paid to Mr Powrie, and bis attention be oalled to the fact that the time for bis contract would expire next week Seconded by Mr Hay and carried,* Mr J, K. Thacker diseentiDg. It was decided to replace the pinC* drain with wooden culverts on thelfc road; It was deoided to repair the trough on the Summit road near the Hill TopH also to put up a railing at Goodwin'i corner to prevent cattle getting round; Mr Hay said he thought the Coun. oil should forward a remit to the N.Z. Counties' Association re motor tax" ation. At Home care were taxed according to horse power and the money spent on the road. . The chairman said there was a before the House last session, buvit bad not passed, as there had been opposition to cars ussd for commercial purposes being taxed. Hβ tbonefct ~ the moßt equitable tax was a tyre tax. rhe Bill provided that the money aoll jJ be spent on the rod****, »nd the four men who donated tfaiW subsidies to local bodies would allocate* ibe money received for this tax, ■ '*$*■' The chairman was given power tatfß ,^- 1 iroourei suitable furniture for th!* C I Council Chambers; * , I FINANCE REPORT. , • ' I Receipts since last meeting, £27 >?ikl Is lid i dr. balance, £661 9s m- 9 iLsSm sounte presented, $223 2 3 H'•~t3Bfe r^ 2s 10d' 19S U ; iOM Toe report was adopted, and th3B?P neeting adjourned. B& «h"^^f n ?. 00, * v °.° id wet w *«i»»^%i^ -ft? ii .f, OL, or **^ c uon su c*'. "•'lll--' 'Wg will lorHfy jra agklnsi cU'lalafiJ^^*
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