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AUCTION SALES. Saturday, September 25. Alfred Harrison, at his Saleyards— Thoroughbred Fox Terrier Pup. Quill and Co., at their Mart, Saunders’ Buildings—First-class Harmonium, and Household Furniture. Sale at 12 o’clock. Tuesday, September 28. Robert Wilkin and Co., at Tinwald Saleyard—Horses, Colts, Fillies, and Twotooth Crossbred Sheep. Saturday, October 2. Robert Wilkin and Co., at the Agricultural and Pastoral Association Grounds— Entire Horses, &c. Sale after the Parade. T. Bullock, at the Horse Bazaar —Horses, &c. Also at his Rooms, East Street— Furniture, Miscellaneous Goods, &c. Tuesday, October 5. Davies and Winter, at South Rakaia—--250 cords of Bluegum Saplings. Sale at 2 o’clock.

Miscellaneous. For the benefit of the LIBRARY. A LECTURE WILL BE DELIVERED AT THE TOWN HALL, ON TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, at 8 o’clock, by MR. F. P. O’REILLY, OH THE ART or MEMORY or the CHINESE and ANCIENTS. MASTER MORRIS has kindly consented to Perform on the Piano during the evening. Synopsis : The Mental Faculties—Topical Memory of the Hebrews, Romans, and Greeks— Mnemonical Exercise : The Blackboard full of figures in one reading—Simonides, Quintilian, Cicero, Raymond, Tully, Grataroli, Bacon l —Mnemonical Exercise : The Almanac for any year, from the Reformation of the Calendar, 1752 to 1900— Bad Memories and Remarkably Good Ones ■ —How to Remember— The Chinese Language : Mnemonical Exercise on the 214 Radicals —Quintilian’s Royal Road to Learning— Conclusion. Admission—One Shilling. 934c-258g ESTATE OF SAMUEL HOLLAND. CREDITORS will please send in proved claims on the above Estate before the 27th hist., as a first and final DIVIDEND will he declared after that date. GEORGE JAMESON, 245 a Trustee. • WAKANUI. A PUBLIC MEETING will be in the Wakanui Schoolroom on TUESDAY, Sept. 28, at 7p. m., for the purpose of considering the best ' means of paying off the debt on the school fund. A. G. EARLE, 235 g Chairman. ASHBURTON FIRE BRIGADE. SPECIAL NOTICE. BY request of his Worship the Mayor, the BRIGADE will ATTEND the CEREMONY of turning on the Borough Water Supply. Members will meet at the Engine-shed at 11.30 a.m. sharp on MONDAY, 27th inst., in full uniform. J. C. DOLMAN, 257 a Officer in Charge. A SPRING OM THE PIPES! AND STILL THEY COME— Aitken’s sales of Cakes, Pastry, &c., are increiising daily. Once tried, more wanted. Aitken, Saunders’ Buildings. 932 c

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 157, 25 September 1880

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