He w Advertisements. ASHBURTON RACING CLUB. MEMBERS are reminded that their SUBSCRIPTIONS are now DUE, and Pmust be paid before the Spring Meeting to entitle to free access to Course and Stand. S SAUNDERS, 635a—163 Hon. Treaa. A.R. Club. A CARD. Mr. CATTLIN, SURGEON AND MECHANICAL DENTIST. Will attend Patients until Tuesday next, 4th Nov., at Quill’s Hotel, Ashburton’. 162 REAPERS AND BINDERS. Undersigned having been a.JL pointed agent for the sale u : McGORMICK’S & W. A. WOOD’S REAPERS AND BINDERS, is now prepared to treat with those who will want them for the coining season. FREDK. PAVITT, 555a —88 East Street, Ashburton THE Undersigned has the following Properties TO JET, with a purchas ing clause, or for sale on Liberal Terms of Payment: — i p*() ACRES unimproved Land, about -pf)#) 2!; miles north of the Ashburton Township. Acres improved Farm, first-class land and well watered, situated on Longhead). -f Qiy ACRES on the Ashburton Forks, i fenced and improved, also well watered. -J Qiy ACRES partly improved and Jl O I situated about three miles from the township. fcry ACRES near the above, unimproved. ACRES partly improved, near Winslow. 137 THOMAS BULLOCK. 50 ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE Second ANNUAL EXHIBITION of Stock, Produce, Farm Implements, and Manufactures will be held at TINWALD on TUESDAY, 18th November, 1879. In addition to the prizes offered by the Association, the following Special Prizes have been offered : M. Scott, £2 2s —For the best milch cow in full profit. J. Tucker, £2 2s—For the best mare or gelding suitable for a carriers’ spring cart. Friedlander Bros., £2 2s—For the best yearling colt or filly by Bluelight. A Late Friend, £3 3s—For the best yearling draught colt or filly. James Scott, £2 2s—For the best weightcarrying roadster or hack, mare or gelding. M. .Stitt, £2 2s—For the best high jump, to clear not less than 4ft 6in, three entries or no prize to be given. Orr and Co , £1 Is—For the best collection of vegetables, to be grown by an amateur. W. Anderson, a Ladies’ Bridle—For the best ladies’ hack. Edmiston Bros, and Gundry, £2 2s For the best sain [tie of hams and bacon cured by farmers. P. Cunningham and Co., £3 3s—For the best collection of farm seeds. R. W. Shearman, £2 2s—For the best round of cured corned beef, and £1 Is for the second best, if there are at least three exhibits, and 10s fid for the third best, if there are five exhibits ; the round not to be under 201 b, nor over 501 b weight, and to be fixed at a price per lb to be mentioned at the time of entry. The judges to take into consideration quality of beef and form of rounds. Sealey Bros., 10s 6d—For the best collection of pot plants. Joseph Clark, £2 2s—For the best collection of New Zealand manufactured woollen goods. W. Montgomery and Co., Limited, £2 2s —For the best dray manufactured in the Ashburton County, suitable for farmers’ purposes.
In addition to those already advertised, The President offers—£3 for the best two-year-old draught gelding ; £2 in addition to the Association’s prize for the best manure and seed drill for sowing green crops. Lewis E. Corsbie, £2 2s—For the best yearling colt or filly by Tribune. Entries close Tuesday, 11th November. TINWALD FURNITURE DEPOT. CABINET MAKER, FURNITURE DEALER, &c. Venetian and other Blinds, Curtain Poles, Oxford and other Picture Frames made to order. Repairs Executed with Despatch. Note the Address — Great South Road, .'Next to Mr. Pretteiohn’s, Shoe Makei 112 Baring Square, LAW & COMMERCIAL STATIONER, BOOK AND MUSIC SELLER. Toys, Fancy Goods, Violins, Strings, Concertinas, Ac. Magazines, English Papers, & Periodicals, by each Mail. Bookbinding Executed with Despatch And 157 GEORGE JAMESON, Secretary. 15
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