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' Educational. THE EDUCATION BOARD OF THE DIS TBICT OF NOBTH CANTEBBUBY. NOTICE OF ELECTION. Education Board of the District of North Canterbury hereby publicly notifies that the following are {the names of the persons who have been NOMINATED to FILL the VACANCY in the Board caused by the retirementof Mr John Hphomae Hamilton Anson, farmer, Court--1 enay. Frederick George Hawley, Christchurch. .■ Robert Luke Biggins, farmer. Coat. John Jebson, Sheffield. - ' Itunes Drummoud Macpherson, Manager 'j. South British Insurance Co., Chrisf churcK '' " Gilbert Mayo, Fendalton. Thomas Sheiler Weston,barrister, Christ- '■•£ chuich. ' X have to request that each Committee wSI, on or be ore TUESDAY, the 16th September, send in to mc. ae Secretary to the Board, in writing, the foil name of ONE PERSON whoße name is on the above list. Netice is further piven that the -Election. wJJI be held on THURSDAY, 18th Septem"li' b J. V. COLBOBNE-VEEL, I _ ; : ■■ ' v ' Secretary. Ghristchurch, 22nd August, 1884. ■;■ ,•-■•■' ■.-■'■-■ 8t233828 !_:•■.■ i % Hotels. ARMS HOTEL, i g?ERRY BRIDGE" TO SUMNER. -I%ATR COUGHLAN begs to inform the . JjJL Public and Holiday Seekers of Chrietchurch that he has TAKEN OVER THE ABOVE HOTEL, -■ And has had it THOBOUGHLY RENOVATED AND BEFITTED. Mr and Mrs Coughlan trust that their experience &s Steward and: Housekeeper of the Christehurch Club for the past six .years will be a sufficient guarantee that .the requirements of the Public will meet with strict attention. GABDENS FEEE~TO TH 3 PUBLIC, - And all kinds of BSFBESHMENTS AT THE SHOBTEST POSSIBLE NOTICE. TEA AT ALL HOUBS. i&. Boom exclusively for Ladies and Gentlemen waiting for Tram or Coach, j with separate entrance from public part of Hotel. , ! The Cuisine ia under the personal euperintendanoe of Mrs C. Boome en suite, with accommodation for Single Boarders in search of health. An Alcook's Prize Billiard Table. WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST , ONLY KEPT. .-Messrs Vincent and Co.'s Bright and iT'^fT^^'j , " Strong Ales. M' City Council. u - uajL t CHBISTCHUBQH CITY COUNCIL. i -■ ■" . ■ * ■ • t 4 PPLICATIONS are invited from persons desirous of filling the Office of SEXTON at the City Council's new 'Cemetery. Specification and schedule of duties to be seen at the City Surveyor's Office. " * __. Applications to be sent in to the Town ifJlerk marked " Sexton," on or before 'MONDAY, the Ist of September next, t C. WALKDEN, '. City Surveyor. 122ndAugttBt,1884. 8-23 3825 AND DAIRY PRODUCE EXPORT CO., LIMTTEDNOTICE TO OWNERS OF DOGS. POISON is LAID at the Company's Works, Belfast. F. WAYMOUTH, Secretary. Christchuroh, 19th August, 1884. ■ 8-20 3730 THE NEW ZEALAND FABMEBS' CO-OPEBATIVE ASSOCIATION OF CANTERBUBY, LIMITED. WOOL SbTsON 1884-85. CASH ADVANCES made to Shareholders on GBOWING CLIPS OP "WOOL, which -will be offered for sale at owners* option in the local, London, or Melbourne margte. ■ / 8-23 3848 Secretary. Law and Judicial. ~ IN" the Supreme Court of New Zealand Canterbury District—Between Htah Edward Nathan on behalf of himself and all other the creditors of George Greengoe deceased plaintiff and, Edwaed Coossok and the Pubmc Tbtjstez defendants—Pursuant to an order of the above. Court made in the above cause on the 25th day of June 1884 the creditors of the above named George Greengoe late of Waltham near Christchurch contractor who died on the 12th day of January 1883 are required on or before the 17th day of September 1884 to file a written statement of their claims and of the facto on which they are based verified by affidavit or in default they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefits of the said order—Dated this 14th day of August 1884.—A. B. BLOXAM,Ee_nßtrar.— H. S. Austin, Solicitor for the plaintiff. ' ■ , 8-23 3816 la the matter of the Canterbury Rivers Ast, 1870, and the Canterbury Rivers Act, 1870, Amendment Act, 1877, And In the matter of the Petition of the Owners and Occupiers of land in part of the Provincial District of Canterbury bounded by the Biver Ashley. IS HEREBY GIVEN that a _13| Petition signed by more than twothirde in number of the owners and occupiers of certain lands in that part of the Provincial District of Canterbury which are described in the Schedule hereuidef written to wiiicii M ii from txxe overfiow ' o£~ t-ti-e JOiver -A-sliXecy- -will f «»:rfc___--vs_fcx*. t>& presented said land a district Tinder- the said. A.cts,to be called the Aahley Eiver District. Dated this day of 1884. JOYNT & ACTON ADAMS, ' Solicitors for th.c TCowai Soad. Board. THE SCHEDULE ABOY2 BE--I?3SHRED TO — Alili THAT BAKCEIi OF LAND situated in the Provincial District of Canterbury and Colony of New Zealand containing 6100 acres, more or less, commencing at the junction of the railway bridge with the centre of the Eiver Ashley, and from thence by a right line to the south-east side of the Upper Sefton road, thence along the south-east side of the said road to its junction witk the North road and crossing the North road, thence along the east Bide ofthe North road te its junction with the public road known as Aeh* worth's Beach, road, and alone the southwest side of the same or otherwise the. north-eastern boundaries of Sural Sections 6140, 8973, and 26,037 to the South Pacific Ocean, thence south-west along the shore { to the centre of the mouth of the Biver Ashley, and from thenJβ by the centre <>f the River Ashley to the commencing point. 8-23 3834

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Press, Volume XL, Issue 5911, 23 August 1884

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Press, Volume XL, Issue 5911, 23 August 1884