NEW ADVEBTISEMENTS. FOREST LODGE OP FREEMASONS. THE INSTALLATION CEREMONY of the OPENING- of the above Lodge will take place at the WAKEFIELD SCHOOL-ROOM, on WEDNESDAY, June 24th, at High Noon. By order of the W.M, E. CHATTOCK, Secretary. A DINNER in connection with the OPENING- of the FOREST LODGE will take place on the Evening of the above day, at the FOREST INN, at Six o'clock. Tickets, ss. each. 822 ALL CLAIMS against the NELSON JOCKEY CLUB must be sent to the MASONIC HOTEL, on or before SATURDAY, the 30th instant. 812 NOTICE is hereby given, that the PARTNERSHIP existing between the undersigned has this day been DISSOLVED by mutual consent. The business of the late Firm will be CARRIED ON by the Undersigned, John Walton, to whom all Debts owing to the Partnership must be Puid, and by whom all its Liabilities will be Discharged. Dated this 22nd day of May, 1874. JOHN WALTON, GEORGE MURRAY. Witness to the signatures of John Wulton and George Murray— William Peekins, Solicitor, Grey mouth. 819 CITY COUNCIL. rrVENDERSfor ADVERTISING- WOTIJL FICATIONS, &o. (at per inch, and stating width of column), of this COUNCIL, for ONE YEAR, are requested to be SENT IN to the Office of the City Council, before Seren o'clock p.m, on FRIDAY NEXT, Tenders to be addressed to the Mayor of Nelson, and marked outside, v Tender for Advertising." The lowest or any teuder not necessarily accepted. THOMAS YOUNGER, 821 Town Clerk. CATTLE TRESPASS ACT, 1868." TVTOTICE is hereby given, that on and ±S after the Ist day of July, 1874, the Provisions of " The Cattle Trespass Act, 1868," will be ENFORCED on my Land, being Sections No. 36, 102, 212, and part of 210, Takaka; and that it is my intention to CLAIM DAMAGES for all cattle and sheep trespassing on the said Land, whether fenced or uuencloaed. WILLIAM BARNETT. East Takaka, May 25th, 1874. 810 " CATTLE TRESPASS ACT, 1868." ■jVTOTICE is hereby given, that on and jJ\ after the 29th day of June next, the Provisions of "The Cattle Trespass Act, 1868," will be ENFORCED on Land held by me, being Sections 112, 113, and part 114, on Square 2, Dovedale ; and that it is my intention to CLAIM DAMAGES for nil Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs trespassicg on the said land, whether the same shall bo fenced or unenclosed. HAROLD EBAN. Dovedale, May 28, 1874. 813 NELSON COLLEGE. /TOE THIRD QUARTER of the CURJl RENT YEAR will COMMENCE on the Ist JULY. Terms —£15 12s Gd per quarter; no extras. ' Prospectuses and further particulars may be obtained on application to the undersigned, to whom all Fees are payable in advance. R. POLLOCK, Secretary. College Office, Nelson, May 26th, 1874. • 811 IN BANKRUPTCY. ■ IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ! ZEALAND, NELSON DISTRICT. In the matter of LUCY KITE, of the District of Waimea East, Widow, a Bankrupt. TTTHEREAS by an Order of Adjudication " herein, dated the 12th day of May, 1874, TUESDAY, the 19th day of May, 1874, at the hour of Three of the clock in the Afternoon, at the Courthouse, Nelson, was appointed as the day, hour, and place for the Fir3t Meeting of Creditors of the abovenamed Bankrupt, but no Creditors attending thereat, the meeting was adjourned until TUESDAY, the the 26th day of May, 1874, at the hour of Three of the clock in the Afternoon, at the said Court-house, but a sufficient number of the Creditors not attending thereat, the said meeting was Adjourned sine die: This is therefore to give Notice, that Sobeet Pollock, Eaquiro, the Provisional Trustee in Bankruptcy, thereupon, bocame and is invested with all powers conferred on Trustees and Supervisors by " The Bankruptoy Act, 1867." as provided by the 6th Section of " The Bankruptcy Act Amendment Act, 1868." Dated at Nelson, this 26th day of May, 1874. j FELL & ATKINSON, 814 Bankrupt's Solicitors. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND, NELSON DISTRICT, In the matter of FRANCIS FERDINAND DAKIN/ and WALTER MAUNSELL STAGE, of the Kaikoura Flax-mills, in the Province of Marl, borough, heretofore carrying on the business there of Flax-dressers, under the style or firm of Dakin and Stace. ~JVI OTICE is hereby given, that the above- -*-* named Feancis Feedinand Dakin and Walter Maunsell Stace, have this day filed in the Office of the Supreme Court of New Zealand, at Nelson, a declaration, signed by each of them and duly attested that they are unable to meet their engagements with their Creditors. Dated this 27th day of May, 1874. FELL & ATKINSON, 816 Bankrupts' Solicitors. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND, NELSON DISTRICT. IN the matter of JAMES WILLIAMS WILLS, of the Lower Moutere, Miller. "jVTOTICE is hereby given, that the above- -* named James Williams Wills, has this day filed in the Office of the Supreme Court of New Zealand, at Nelson, a declaration, signed by him and duly attested, that he is unable to meet his engagements with his Creditors. Dated at Nelson, this 27*h day of May, 1874. FELL & ATKINSON, 815 Bankrupt's Solicitors.
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