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RENWIpK SUBDIVISION. A T tho EL^OTto' of. -TWO A. MEMBERS ff the, Oraaka. Koad Board liulcl on SATUKDAY, the votiug was as follows ; — < ■■-■■■•■ ■: -I af % . I I- -^ JAMBS COLEMAN 30 43 73 JAMES SINCLAIR 8 43 ol W. B. PAFwKER 4 4G 50 JAMES HAIiEIS 12 27 39 I therefore declare JAMES COLEMAN ANI> JAMES SINCLAIR "' ' duly elected. W. TISSIMAN, Returning Officer, May. 7th, 1887. 602 Pigeon Siiooting Matcli. A PIGEON MATCH between Mr Walter Bylea and Mr Wiliiam Oill, for £5 a-Side, and Scratch MATCHES after wards on the 24th May »t BOBERT HUMBER'B, 600 Grove Town Hotel. U.A.O.D, BLENHEIM MISTLETOE LODGE. THE Anniversary of the above Lo'.lgo will he calebratei by a Public DINNER at the Criterion Hotel on WEDNESDAY, May 18th, 1887 at 8 p.m. His • Vorship the Mayor willpreaido. TICRETS-Ss. HENRY S. SIMMONS. 608 [Secretary. Government Insurance, THE Resident Agent for the District (Mr Lobib) being here for a few days will be pleased to meet any Policy holders between 9 and 10 a.m., m the Chief Poßtmaster's room, Pest Office. 601 IN BANKRUPTCY, In the Superior Gonrfe of Bankruptcy, holden at Blenheim, In the matter of " The Bankruptcy Act, 1883," and Amendments thereof. NOTICE is hereby given that I, George Dunsmobe Mason of Blenheim m r \e Froviacial Disr-rict of Marlborongh, ITevr Zealand, Watchmakari have this "day 'fitted m *he said Court at .Blenheim a petition to bo adjudged a bankrupt. Datod this 7th day of May, 1887. 604 G, D. MASON. Notice. ;~~A-iaEHPattflO]SrS removing MaXX nuka Frewooj, or Fi ax from tno Taylor Pap> or "rrttfwr Run, 'Krill be treated as the Law directs. Poison will also be laid on the ri?ifl. THOMAS REDWOOD. 606 Burleigh.Spring Greek Road Board. nnENDTSR^ wiU be received until J_ 2 o'clock on WEDN BSD AY, the 11th .of A{.ril, for the following workf :— Oloaninji Kelly's ditch, Mills and Ford's ditch, Sandh-'l oad ditch, and MetaU'-isr two portions of Mills' and Ford'fi Road. Specifications can be seen on application to the Secretary. T. A. DICKJSNS. 605 Stcrefcary. Mr J.F. Wilson, T).E IsT T X 3 T Mb Wilson will re-visifc.Blenheim m a few months To "Woolgrowera and banners. MESSRS F. H. Pickering & Co (Late N. Edwards <fe Co.) WOOL AND GRAIN STORM : HIGH STBEET BLENHEIM. London Agents : A. L, ELDER & GO. f IBERAL ADVANCES MADE U on WOOL, SKINS, FLAX TALLOW, And all kiads of COLONIAL PRODUCE placed m oar hands for Shipment to the United Kingdom. Produo' of all descriptions reoelved for JOnaignmont to oar Agents m Melbourne, Sydney, or any port m Ihe Auatralaaian Colonies, and prompt account Sales ••eDdered Every attention given to Shipments, both here and at port of destination. F, H. Pickering 'and 00., AGENTS FOB : fhe National Insurance Company of No w Zealand, Fire and Marine. Tho 8.8. iTeptuue and Mohaka. Tomliiißon and Hayward'e Glycerine Hhcep Dip. Howard's Reapera and Bindera, and T. Corbott'a Agricultural Machinery. P and D. Duncan's farming Implements F. M. Cooto'fl Australian and China Tea Company's celebrated mixture, U QNEY TO LEND, on approved :Yl Freehold Security, at •urrent rates of Interest SINCLAIR & MoCALLUM. Salioitoso. High etoes

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Marlborough Express, Volume XXIII, Issue 104, 9 May 1887

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Marlborough Express, Volume XXIII, Issue 104, 9 May 1887

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