County Council Gazette. County Chairman's Office, Hokitika, April 27th, 18^8. LENDERS will be ren.i.- e 1 v-« to 1 WEDNESDAY, June sth, 1878, at 12 noon, at the Office of the Co'inty Chairman, Hokitika, for the following works :— (1) Construction of Biidge ove- '-altwater Creek : and (2) Repair of about 40 chains of Truck, Little Wanganui. Specifications for both works may be seen at the office of the County Chairman, Hokitika; for the Bridge at the State School, Gillespies, and for the track at the Ferry- house, Big Wanganui. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. W. H. CLARKE, County Engineer. WESTLAND COUNTY COUNCIL. County Chairman's Office, Hokitika, I3th May, 1878. IT is hereby publicly notified that a MEETING of the Westland County Council will be holden at the Council Chambers, Sewell-street, Hokitika, on WEDNESDAY, June the 12th, 1878, at the hour of two o'clock p.m., to confirm the following resolution adopted at a special meeting of said Council held on the 10th day of May, 1878 : That is to say : — " That this County Council of W sstland declare the Road Board of the Arahura Road Board District to be dissolved on and after the 12*h day of June, 1878, and the sail Road Board District to be merged into the County of Westland." H. RICHARDSON EAE, Clerk to the Council. Gazette in Bankruptcy. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF WESTLAND, HOLDEN AT HOKITIKA. In the matter of " The Debtors and Creditors Act, 1876," and of the Bankruptcy of GERALD GEOEGE FITZGERALD, of Hokitika, in the County of Westland, Gentleman. "VTOTICE is hereby given that the J3| above named Bankrupt inte u!s to apply to the Court on MONDAY the third day of June next, at 10 o'cljc'i in the forenoon, or as soon therei'ter as Counsel can be heard for an order r discharge. W. MORTON PURKISS. Bankrupt's Soli( tor.
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