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PROPERTIES FOR SALE. LAKE AND EVANS. "* BO N A FIDE SALE Of a Really Comfortable Little SUBURBAN HOME, Owner leaving Christohurch, Ho. 99 HEREFORD STREET, LIN WOOD Comprising HOUSR of 6 large Rooms, besides Storttoom Soullery, Washhouse (with copper and tnW and all conveniences; also, Fernery, Vinery and Jm class Fowlhouse, with {•ACRE in lawn, orchard in!) gardeu. Everything in really good order—in hctTu a HOME should he, and now occupied by the Owoer Mr A. J. Lamb, who is leavinvr for Wellington immediately and MEANS SELLING. ™ wl liquid Transfer Title Terms oan be arranged to suit Buyer, Cards to View from LAKE . AND EVANS, Aghnw HEREFORD STREET CHAMBERS ' ' \I7E have FOR SALE just now torn* really PAVING INVESTMENTS For 4?T000 FREEHOLD - tat on Long Lease to Substantial Tenant*, l>6ooo lkase hou>, FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS PREMISES, Always well Let. Very Long Lease. Valuation for Buildings at End of Term. £3000~ SASEHOLD « Similar Property to £6000. The above are GOOD PROPERTIES, and will p» Investors a far better kkt Return than »"y ~jf« Mortgage Investments obtainable. Full particulars from LAKE AND EVANS, HEREFORD STREET CHAMBERS. AUCTIONS. AVERS, BEAUCHAMP AND CO. SYDNEY AND ISLAND FRUITS*. TH I S DA V , At 11 am A YERS, BEAUCHAMP and CO. will SRIA J\_ by AUCTION, at their Roouie, Cashel Siteet--82 Oases Sydney Oranges 23 Cases Sydney I'ines 49 Ca9es Tahiti Oranges 31 Cases Sydney Lemons 24 Cases Persimmons (very choice) 72 Cases Apples, Fears, Tomatoes, Binanai ~m Onione, Potatoes, Bacon, Tea, Soap, &c. Also, Household Furniture and Glastwan. No Resen'e. AYER3, BEAUCHAMP and CO., 985 Auctioneer*. H. B. SORENSEN. THIS DAY, 11 o'clock. HB. SORENSEN will SSLL BY PUBLKJ • AUCTION, At hie Saleyards, Liohfleld street, 1 Trunk boots, 1 case books, 3 gent's and ' 3 ladYt 1 saddles, 1 set harness, clothlnsr, hone coven, ru)rs, wheat, barley, oats, potatoes, fee. Pigs, and poultry as usual. 925 H. B. SORENSEN, Auctioneer. ' POSTPONEMENT OF AMBEBLEY SALE. TN consequence of Monday, 24th huttnt, bsUg the Queen's Birthday, the AMBERLEV SALE IS POSTPONES) TILL MONDAY, MAY 31st. P. O. TABART, T| WILLIAM BUSS, J- Auctioneers, 677 DALGETY and CO., J . • I SHEEP DOG TRIALS. j SHEEP DOG TRIAL CLUB. FIBST ANNUAL TRIALS ' AT CASHMERE, THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAY 27vh ASS 2&TR, _ UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE OANTERBUST . AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION, Who give Special Prizes of £2 each (or the Bert Rough-haired and Beet Smooth-haired Doy* r» - epeotWely amongtt the Prize Winners. ' . »' PROGRAMME. CLASS I.—Heading- and Bringing Back, about 680 yds. Fint Prize £6, Second PriM &S, Third Prize £1. CLASS 2.-Headlngr, Bringing Back, and Tardive, about 350 yds. t irat Price £6, Second Price £3, . Third Prize fll. CLASS 3.—Hunt-away, with Slew, about 500 yd* First Prize £5, Second Prize £2, Third Prise, £1. Entry Fees.—Member 5s each entry, Non-M»mkie 10e each entry. , ' Member's Annual Subscription, Ss. ' i ' Admiseioa to Ground, Is. Ladies and OoinpetftOrl ,r . Free. Canterbury Tramway Company's Drags tow* Tattersall's for the Ctrouud at 8.50 and It a,m., Mβ 2 p.m. Return Fare ONE SHILLING. ENTRIES CLOSE TO-DAY, A. B. ELLIS, Hon. Secretary, Box 330, P. 0., GhristchUKsV The Secretary will be in attendance at Unttoa'a Land Salerooms, Oashel street, To-day, from 12 to 2 p.m. 899 ELECTION NOTICES. RICOARTON ROAD DISTRICT. EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. I HEREBY GIVE. NOTICE, in accordance with tbs provisions of the Road Boards Act, 1882, and the Eβ- - gulationof Local Elections Act 1876, Amendment A«j' 1888, that an election of ONE qualified RAIEPA*BH to eerve as Member of the Riccarton Road Board ia place of Mr H. J. Hall, deceased, will be held at the District Office, FKNDALTON, on THURSDAY, tlt> 3rd day of June, 1897. NOMINATIONS of Candidates, which must be i» the form prescribed in the second schedule Of v* - Regulation of Local Elections Act 1876, must be a> - Hvered to the Returning Officer or addressed «oii>«t and delivered at the District office, Fendalton, befor* , Noon on WEDNESDAY, the 26th day ol May, US?. S. ELLIS, _ Returning- Offleeß F«Hdatton,mh May, 1897. . flj CANTERBURY COLLEGE, CHBISTCHUBOH. Canterbury College and Canterbury AgrioulfeUt! College Act, 18%. ELECTION OF MEMBERS" OF THE BOASO Of GOVERNORS OF IHE CANTERBURY COLLEOK. , CLAIMS FOB~£NROLMENT. PERSONS possessing the necessary qualifl<!ati<H* lor Enrolment on any one of the Iβ" 0 *?*" Rolls can obtain the necessary Forme by apphaUM to the Returning 1 Officer, Canterbury CoUe?* J- . L PARLIAMENTARY FLECTORAL BOU. . (Men bera of the Legislative Council an* of the House of Representatives, «*pl** senijng- Electoral Districts within toe rw vincial District of Canterbury). « - No. of Candidates to be Elected - * 2. GRADUATES' ELECTORAL BOLL «Jrv dilates of the New Zealand University, a* » , for the time being are 00 the boon <* Canterbury College). '■!" * No. of Candidates to be Elected — *-. 3. TEACHERS' ELECTORAL ROLL (person* , f holding Certificates of not lower grade than l>, as for the time being are resident within the Provincial District of Canterbury). -* No. of Candidates to be Elected .. * 4. SCHOOL COMMITTEES' ELECTORAL BOLL (Committees of such School Districts as are wholly within the Provincial District of Canterbury). ' « No. of Candidates to be Elected » a One Kemher to be Elected by the PROFESSOBIAL BOARD of Canterbury College ..__J , Total .. 1S Note—Three Members to be appointed by **_ Excellency the Governor. tVu , X 1. Claims for Enrolment to be sent in to W , Returning Oflicer, Canterbury College, a;,* *' possible, but not later than MONDAY, 2»to *•* ( at S p.m. -• h .- 2. Nomination Papers may be obtained ■ Returning Officer. The consent of each CJandiOM* to be Bubscribed at the foot of the Noimostton Paper. uw 3. Nominations will Close on Monday, ant *WT» at noon. ba 4. The Election will take place on Monday, «»» ; June (Whit MondayX The Poll will be Closed at 5 p.m. A. CRACROFT WILSOH, ReturninK Ofletf- ' Canterbury College, Christchurefa, 3rd May, 1897. . <■

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 7, Press, Volume LIV, Issue 9733, 22 May 1897

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