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Meetings. U BOROUGH CRICKET A GENERAL MEETING of Members is hereby convened at the “ Central Temperance Hotel, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, At 7 p.m. Very Important Business. All intending Members respectfully invited. A Full Muster requested. S. E. POYNTZ, 510 a Hon. Sec. ASHBURTON PERMANENT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. THE Monthly Meeting of the above Society will be held in Mr. Bullock’s office on TUESDAY EVENING, from 6 30 to 8.30. Subscriptions will be received at the Secretary’s office, Burnett street, between the hours of 9 o’clock and 4 p.m. this day, at Mr. Bullock’s office, from 6‘30 to B‘3o on Tuesday evening. J. WARD. 511 a Secretary. ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. HORSE PARADE. The annual show of entire HORSES (Under the management of the above Association) Will be held on TUESDAY, the 30TH Inst., On the Reserve at the corner of the NorthEast Town Belt and West street. All horses must be on the ground not later than half-past ten. Entrance to Ground—ls. GEORGE JAMESON, 500 a Secretary. Clothing Establishment. ASSIGNMENT OF THE ESTATE OF MESSRS. AITKEN, PASCOE & CO., CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS, TO Mr. J. H. Morrison, 1 Manager Mosgiel Woolen Tru.taaa. Mn. John Ross, Of Sargood, Sons & Ewing j above large Clothing ManufacI taring Firm having had to succumb to these hard times, and assign their estate, we have been induced by the Trustees to purchase the whole of their large Manufactured Stock at a Very Heavy Reduction, and have resolved to sell the same again in our Branches direct to the public at prices at which we could not legitimately sell our own Goods. In fact (without exaggeration) during the next few weeks we are in a position to offer NEW GOODS IN MEN’S AND BOYS’ ATTIRE, Of Colonial Manufacture, at from ONE THIRD TO ONE HALF THEIR USUAL COST. HALLENSTEIN BROS., New Zealand Clothing Factory. The assigned Stock will be for Sale in eur Ashburton Branch from and on SATURDAY NEXT, 28th JUNE. New Zealand Clothing Factory. 12a HERALD, Published Daily. are requested to make known any irregularity in the delivery, whether in Town or Country, which shall be immediately remedied. Country Suboribers along the Wakanui Road to the ichool, thence to Seafield, Cambridge, and Rowland, are supplied by the mail-cart every Tuesday and Friday SEWING Machines and other Requi sites. H. M. JONES, Stationer, Etc., Baring Square. 473* -piNVELOPES, NOTEPAPEB, ENVELOPES, NOTEPAPER.—The cheapest ever offered in Ashburton, at the Herald Office, Wholesale Stationery Saunders’ Buildings.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 2, 30 September 1879

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 2, 30 September 1879

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