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Amusements. FIRST TIME IN NEW ZEALAND ! ! TOWN HALL. THE Amateur Dramatic Club, bavin? obtained special license under the Authors’ Copyright Act, WILL PERFORM, ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, April 2 and 3, The Nautical Drama entitled “ASHORE AND AFLOAT, 1 ' With a magnificent cast of 25 characters, accompanied with 17 sets of splendid scenery. Full particulars in handbills. Admission—Front seats, 35.; bade, 25.; gallery, Is. Doors open at 7.30 ; commence at 8. G64g H. Matson and Co. TO-MORROW, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1880. CLEARING SALE. ASHBURTON SALE YARDS. Horses, Cattle, Reapers and Binders, Drays, Harrows, Horse-power Chaff-cutter, etc., etc. Double - furrow (Reid and Gray’s) Plough, Harness, etc. Messrs, h. matson & co. (in conjunction with Messrs. Friedlander Bros.) have received instructions from the Administrator of the Estate of the late Mr. John Joyce, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1880, At 12 o’clock sharp, . At the Ashburton Yards (Removed for convenience of sale), 11 draught mares and geldings, guaranteed staunch ; 2 two-year colts, 9 yearling fillies by Glenroy, 1 yearling colt by Glenroy, 2 draught foals by Prince Royal, 2 hacks, C dairy cows, 2 calves and 1 bull, 2 reapers and binders by McCormick, in good order ; 1 reaper, G fans by Hornby, 3 drays, 2 sets harrows, 1 wooden roller, shaft and leading harness, 1 horse-x)ower and chaff-cutter, nearly new ; 2 double-furrow ploughs, Reid and Gray , plough harness, etc., etc.; 74 head of fat and stoie cattle, mostly three year old steers ; and other articles too numerous too particularise. The Auctioneers would draw the attention of farmers and others to the above sale, as the horses, cattle, and implements are really very good. Remember day of sale— FRIDAY, APRIL 2, xSSo. Luncheon at half-past eleven. Terms easy, at sale. Sale at 12 sharp. Without reserve. H. MATSON & CO., 638 g Auctioneers. ASHBURTON. GRAEAT CLEARING SALE OF TWO FIRST -CLASS FARMS AND FARM STOCK.

ESSRS H. MATSON & Co. have received instructions from Mr. Benjamin Ede to Sell by Public Auction at his Farm, lh miles from Ashburton, ilia x'cU.ilij uiii«a iiuiii -rvaiiuui L.UU, ON FRIDAY, APRIL 9th, 1860, 1 5 draught mares and geldings, including prize-takers; draught stallion Heather Jock, good stockgetter and excellent worker; several farm drays, Yankee wagon, a very large quantity of first-class chicken wheat, 100 w r ell-bred pigs (extra good), 75 head of cattle including milch cows, springers, and fat and store young cattle ; 1,100 sheep, store ewes and wethers, and a large number of sundries, too numerous to particularise ; harrows, ploughs, harness, etc., etc. Also, at the same time and place, Seaßeld Farm, containing 234 acres of very good agricultural tnral land, situated in the Wakanui district, sub-divided into two paddocks, securely fenced, w r ell watered, and all in stubble. Terms easy at sale. Also, under instructions from Messrs. C'ark and Ede, they are authorised to sell that splendid farm lately the property of Mr. James Johnstone, and known as Roxburgh, and situated on the Ashburton Forks, and containing 230 acres. Roxburgh Farm, if well looked after and tilled properly, is the best 230 acres in the Upper Ashburton. Terms easy at sale. Land sale takes place at 1 o’clock. Luncheon at 11 o’clock. Clearing sale at 12 o’clock sharp. H. MATSON & CO., 63Gg Auctioneers. Amateur gardeners should read the instructions on gardening in the “Ashburton’ Guardian” every month, by a professional gardener. TTTANTED, a strong BOY, accustomed W to horses, and to be generally useful. Apply Herald Office. 666a-253c CHINIQUY’S LECTURES.—Just Arrived, New Edition H. M. Jones, ailng Square. ITTANTED KNOWN—That Visiting vv Cards, plain or mourning, can be obtained printed in various styles, at the “Herald” and “Guardian” offices, near the Rai i,r ay Station LABOURERS requiring work can secure first opening by applying early at Herald Registry Office, on payment of Is.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 81, 1 April 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 81, 1 April 1880

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