SLPfiUXDsOJI BOID BOARD ' aaif/ij <.rr-r*— i.irU/i'-n.y.> TEHDERSaxeinvited for Gravelling about eight "! chains <Tk£ road near ar Smart's asphalte works. ~?• i •' I Also, for Forming the eastern aide or Lincoln 'Road, from the Town Belt to the Junction Hotel. Tenders to be sent in before 9 a.m. ou TUESDAY, JULY 7th. The lowest or any not necessarily accepted. Specifications to be seen at my residence. JOHN THOMAS HARRAP, 6-25 6314 Surveyor to the Board. TjVLLESMERE ROAD BOARD. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of SIX (6) IMMIGRANTS' COTTAGES in the Ellesmere District, viz.— Two in Leeston Two in Brookside Two in Southbridge Plans and specifications to be seen at the Road Board Office, Leeston. Tenders to be sent in addressed to the Chairman, will be received up to soon, Friday, 10th July, 1874. W. G. LUNN, 6-30 6433 Overseer.
QP RINGS ROAD BOARD. TENDERS are invited for the following WORKS, viz— Forming Forty Chains of Shand's road by Hendley's. Forming Thirty-three Chains of the Tramway road by Beaumont's. Forming. Ten Chains of Road, from the Ellesmere Junction road to River Halswell road. » Specifications can be seen at Mr Wright's residence, lincoln. Tenders, addressed to the chairman, will be received at the Springs district office, Springston, up to noon on Tuesday, 7th July. W. A. MURRAY, 7-3 6527 Clerk to the Board. A SHBURTON DISTR.ICT. The Ashburton Road Board is prepared to receive TENDERS for a first supply and delivery of the following quantities of TIMBER, within four months from the acceptance of the Tenders, and a second supply of the same quantities within seven months: — 400 pieces 16 6xß x 3 ) 100 „ 200x8x3 ( vnT 60 „ 12 ox3x3 ( "' u ' u ' 500 „ run. 4x3 ) 100 pieces 18 Ox 12x121 500 „ 16 6xßx3 (Black 400 „ 16 6xßx2 (Birch 100 „ 10 o_s _ 5 )
The whole of the above Timber is to be of the best description of the kinds specified; sound and free from sap, shakes, knots, and all other imperfections, and to be full cut to the dimensions specified. Separate tenders are to be sent in for each kind of timber. . The whole must be delivered, with all expenses paid, to the Ashburton Railway Station. Each tender must include the names of two sureties who are willing to become bond , for the due performance of tbe contract. | Tenders, endorsed " Tender for timber," and addressed to the Chairman, will be received up. to Noon on Tuesday, the 7th proximo. J. STANLEY BRUCE, District Surveyor. Ashburton District Office, 4th June, 1874. 6-6 5878 rp O BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited by the TrtStees of tho German Church for the ERECTION of a PARSONAGE. Plans and specifications will be seen at W. Schmidt's, Barrett's Hotel,_where Tenders will be received until 12 o'clock on SATURDAY, the 11th July. J. G. RUDDENKLAU, 7-4 6603 For the Trustees. ANDEVILLE AND" RANGIORA DRAESAGK DISTRICT. TENDERS are invited for FORMING DITCH and BANK, about 85 chains, along Main Drain. Ditch to be 2$ ft wide on top, ljft at bottom, and 1 ift deep. The bank to be planted with Gorse. Tenders to be sent to. the undersigned on or before noon on Tuesday, the 14th instant, at Rangiora, For further particulars apply to the Assistant Engineer, or H. BLACKETT, Chairman of Mandeville and 7-4 6605 Rangiora Drainage BoardJ NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, KAIAPOL
Plans and specifications of the new Presbyterian Church, Kaiapoi, will be seen at Mr Farr's office until the 18th July, and at Mr J. G. Kidd's, Peraki street, Kaiapoi, to the 25th July. ' Sealed tenders to be sent in to Mr J. G. Kidd, Kaiapoi, to 25th July. S. C. FARR, Architect, Cookham House Chambers, 7-4 6600 Christcburcb. Funeral NoticesfllHE Friends of Mr J. A. Sorwall are in--JL- formed that the Funeral of his late daughter, Helenor Emelia, will leave his residence, Selwyn Bridge Hotel, on Snnday, sth inst., at two o'clock, for tbe Burnham Cemetery. ALFRED OSBORN, 7-3 6559 Undertaker. T7» U N E R A L N O T I 0 E. The friends of Mr Joseph Smith, Ferry Road, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late Wife, which will leave his residence This Day (Saturday) at halfpast two. 7-4 6574 THE Friends of-Mr Thomas Brown are respectfully informed that the Funeral of bis late daughter, Agnes Gertrude, will leave his residence, Colombo street north, at half-past three. R. W. WALTERS. 7-4 6610 Undertaker. THE Friends of Mr Otly are respectfully informed that the Funeral of bis late Daughter, Annie Lydia, will leave his residence, Cashel street East, to-morrow (Sunday i at 4 pan. H. FUHRMANN, 7-4 6576 Undertaker. fm^mmmnmmaßmammammmsmmmam GRATEFOL—COMFORTING. EP PS> 8 COCOA. BREAKFAST. " By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operation of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Eppshas provided our breakfast tables wj*h a delicately flavored beverage which may save ns many heavy doctors' bills."— «' Civil Service Gazette." ¥ OP COCOA.—" We will HOW g.vean'acobunt of the process adopted by Messrs James Epps and Co.. manufacturers of dietetic articles, at their works in the Euston road, London."—See article in w Gassell's Household Guide." ' Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in packets, labelled thus:— JAMES EPPS\& CO_ Homoepathic Chemists, 48, Threadneedle street, and 170, Piccadilly ; Works, Diana pbv_9, Buaton r«id. fegncfoa, Him:
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