Public Notices. SEEDS. SEED& I SEEDS. • ! fIPE HAVE A SPECIALLY SELECTED j STOCK ; of WHITE CLOVER, RED CLOVER, ALSIKE CLOVER," COW GRASS CLOVER, ! ESSEX BROAD LEAF RAPE, MEADOW FESCUE, HARD FESCUE, SHEEPS' FESCUE, TIMOTHY*, LUC£RN T E, MACHINE-DRESSED COCKSFOOT, MACHINE-DRESSED RYEGRASS, &c, &c, &c. THE CANTERBURY (N.Z.) SEED CO., Ltd. • 352 "'- 12 Cathedral Square. DARFIELD ROLLER FLOUR MILL TSNOW FINISHED, and ready to RECEIVE GRIST. 9211 JOSEPH MOFFAT. NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS ivgninst the ESTATE of EDMUND OVERSND, late of Halkett. musrbo SENT IN" to rhe undersigned .before the 30th SEPTEMBER INST., or they will not be recognised. ' H. J. BESWICK. Hereford street, 45 Solicitor for the Executor. IN THE ESTATffi OF J. HICKMAN, n«i:CEASEi». A LL ACCOUNTS against the late J. HickjC% man must ha sen; in, and all Accounts owing to the E-cate must be paid to C. J. Truckle, Cambridge House, 12 Peterborough street East, on or before 30r.i Septombe?. C. J. TRUCKLE I-!?„„.. t „.„ 9582 K. ED WARDS j-Executora. hOTICE. ALL ACCOUNTS owing to the late Blrm of BRYANT audi VOICE are requested to be Paid, to i,ha Undersigned, whose receipt ahall bo final, oa or before "the 20th of September. GEO. F. BRYANT, Coachbuilder, 156 Papanui road. WANTED KNOWN, THAT COAL IS TO BE SOLD AT GLENROY, Near Brockley, at EIGHT SHILLINGS PER TON AT TIP. i)9to RANGIORA HIGH SCHOOL. WANTED, after the Chris!maa Vacation, 1893. a HEAD MASTER for this School, a Graduate with some experience iv tuition, Applicants to state amount of salary required. For particulars apply before the 25th September next tv 9538 G. J. LEECH. Rangiora. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. THE Undersigned iTaCASH PURCHASER OP GRAIN FED BACON TIGS. JAMES FORRESTER, Butcher, Colombo road, 92 ' Sy denham._ "■*■ MRS MALING is Prepared to RECEIVE BOARDERS attending the High School, Christchurch ; Youngjßays for Tuition preparatory to tb<s same. l**ar particulars arid - terms address Mrs Malin£, 10 square."./■;r_.".'„■•.y - ".":-. " .-"'-'.■ - .. ' I *-%«r. Ji MR C. MACKINLA'Y HILSON. QUALIFIED MASSEUIt, HAS COMMENCED PRACTICE. • Hours of Consultation— . 2—3 p.m., 6—7 p.m., at his private address, MRS RAWSON'd, 177. WORCESTER ST. W. Messages can be left at above address, at the Hospital, or vith Bonnington, Chemist), • . High street. ■ 17 CHRISTCHURCH SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. MR C. H. GILBY (certificated Teacher of Phonography* has KttMOVAD to more central premised at 150 Worcester streftfc west, over offices of the Charitable Aid Board. 176 Sporting. ASHBURTON RACING CLUB. SPRING MEETING. E>IRE KING'S WEIGHT in LONGBEACH HANDICAP is 10st, 31b. The name was sent to Handicapper as Firefly, and handicapped at 10sc in published list. ACCEPTANCES for the first day's handicaps, and ENTRIES for the Novel Race and Maiden Plate, CLOSE with the Secretary at 9 o'clock, SATURDAY, September 2nd. EDWARD SAUNDERS. 70 ; Secretary. Football. FOOTBALL. TO-DAY, AT T ANCASTER PARK, LAST TRIAL MATCH, SYDENHAM v AKAROA. T. R, CRESSWELL. , 95 Hon. Sec. C.B.U. _ Election Notices. ST. ALBANS BOROUGH COUNCIL. ELECTION QFCOUNCILLORS. I HEREBY Give Notice, In accordance with the Municipal Corporations Act, 1886, and The Regulation of Local Elections Act. 1876, th.it an ELECTION OF THREE QUALIFIED PERSONS to fill the office of COUNCILORS in place of Messrs Neate Penteneyand Salter , who retire by rotation, will be held at the Borough Council Chambsr. Papanui road, on THURSDAY, the Uth day of September. 1893. Nominations must be made in the form set forth in the Regulation of Local Elections Act, 1876. and delivered at the Borough Council Office. Sr. Albans, before noon, on Tuesday, the sth day of September. 1893. W. F. BKATSON, Returning Officer. Borough Council Office, „. August 28th. 1593. 9780 rpo THE BURGESSES OF LINWOOD. In response to Numerous Requests, I have decided to OFFER MYSELF for ONE of the VACANT SEATS on the Liuwood Borough Council, and would Solicit Your VOTE and SUPPORT. I have been resident in your district for nearly Fourteen Years, and, consequently, should know, the requirements of the Boronsrb, I have had large experience in business matters generally, and, if elected, my very beat endeavours will be directed to your interests. Yours obediently. CHAitLES HIORNS. 83 POLLING DAY. MONDAY, its. SEPT., 1893. X IN WOOD ELECTION. Mr EDWARD HIORNS (Of Linwood House) Begs to INFORM tbe Ratepayers that he is a CANDD3ATE for their favours at the forthcoming Election. Having a considerable amount 'of spare time, be can devote it to the interests of the Borough, and sbould they elect him, he will endeavour to keep the Rates as low as possible. at the same time looking well after the different W r ards, which require a deal of attention. POLLING DAY «rh September), MONDAY NEXT. a
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