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Wanted. WANTED . KNOWN,—That GEO. F. HENRY, Saunders’ Buildings, East Street, Ashburton, is the ONLY PHOTOGRAPHER in New Zealand who is supplying the Public with Re-touched PICTURES, Finished Off in the Best and Latest Fashionable - Styles, at TEN SHILLINGS per Dozen. 470 WANTED KNOWN. SOMERSET LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES. J W. M'RAE bogs to inform the , public that he has taken the above Stables from Mr. Bossenberg, and'is making extensive repairs. Baggies and saddle horses on hire. Lowest prices and best attention. 908c—286b Amusements. mHE KELLYS ! THE KELLYS ! ! X THE KELLYS !!! Coming, Corning, Coming ! Glorious success in Christchurch ! Over 100 Life-size Views of the Kelly Outlaws. Hundreds of other Views of the principal Cities of the World, including the Glasgow Riots. Admission—One Shilling ; and a Present to every Visitor. . 494 Tenders WANTED— TENDERS for renting shop in Town Hall, lately occupied by Mr. Thompson. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders to be seat in by noon on Tuesday, 16th Nov., to ROBT. ELSTON, 604 - Town Hall. Tenders wanted for carting. TIMBER —up till six p. m. on SATURDAY next. Apply Muir and Reid, Kermode street. . . ;I - " 489 TENDERS.: : mENDERS are invited for ERECTING ~ S about 300 Chains of SOD FENCE, i near the Township of Westerfield. For particulars, apply to ! MR. OLIVER, Manager, 467: Westerfield. UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. TENDERS are invited for the ; RE.. PAIRS and MAINTENANCE of al I the Roads in this district for a term oL three years ; each ward to be tendered for' separately. Written tenders, endorsed, are to be sent in, addressed to the Chairman, not later than noon of MONDAY, the.29th day of November. : The Clerk will be .at the .office every Thursday of each ‘week,, from nine to ’ twelve o’clock a.m.j to give the general conditions and specifications of the work. ROBT. D. PULLAR, .{ Clerk and Surveyor to the Board. 1 Road Board Office, Westerfield, Oct. 27, 1880. 403 Ecclesiastical.. i PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH, * ASHBURTON, i NNIVERSARY SERMONS will be A preached NEXT-SUNDAY, Novem. ;7| ; her 14th—Morning at 11 a.m., and Afternoon at 3 p.m. —By Rev. W. Keall, and in the evening, at 6.30 p.m., by A J. Smith.-- - ■ . ;■ ■; Ff On TUESDAY, November 16th, a TEA and PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the same place. Tea on the Tables at Six o’clock, After which several ministers will address the meeting. - 506 Gazette in Bankruptcy. V, :• R. In the District Court of Christchurch, holden at ; Ashburton; IN THE MATTER of the Bankruptcy of JOHN SMITH, of Ashburton, Laborer. HEREBY call a meeting of the Creditors of the abovenamed bankat the office of Mr. O’Reilly, Tailored Street. Ashburton, on MONDA-Y, ' the15th day of Nov., 1880, at H o'clock a. rri., to the application for his dis--hkrgN. Dated this 11th day of November, 1880. WILLIAM RICHARDSON BOYLE, Trustee. F. P. O’Reilly, . • " Solicitor for the Debtor. 503 Borough Council Gazette. Ashburton, Nov. 1, 1830. , To HUGO FRIEDLANDER, Esq., , , IR, —We, the undersigned : ratepayers'. *. of the Borough of Ashburton, satisfied from the manner in - which you havedischarged the duties of the position of. Mayor, held by you for the past year, that the office could be placed iu no better hands, nor could the Borough be served with any greater enthusiasm than hasbeen displayed.by you in caring for its welfare, desire that you will permit yourself-to b.e,.. r ,, placed in nomination for, the position for another year, and premise you, ‘ should you -accede to our request, our heartiest support and influence to - obtain the seatin' the event of a contest. .• = . r G. M. Robinson Joshua Tucker Weymouth Roberts : R., Minnis , Geo. H. St. Hill ' Sealy Bros. J. Ward Sam. S. Revans ••■■■ W. H. Gundry W. H. Zouch Gerald D Branson ... Edwd. G. Crisp Win. Sparrow H. M. Jones T. Chambers W. R. Boyle Wm. Anderson R. W. Shearman J. M. Cambridge George Parkin J. C. Dolman - A. W. Roberts Hlßird Geo. Jameson Alfred Harrison - James Bradley; To G. M. ; ROBINSON/ Esq. , and- the'* other Ratepayers signing -theabove Requisition; Gentlemen, —-Although -it was my in-; tention to retire from : the Mayoral’ chair I have had the honorto occupy during tne; past year, and allow a more active citizen •- than myself to occupy the honorable seat,' -j I cannot but acknowledge. the ■ kind com-!,-' pliment paid me iin the Requisition you . have presented to me, and have pleasure iu accedihg; to therequest contained ; therein. I assure you that my best ser- u vices • will ... be,■ as' heretofore, -at. -the .• Borough’s disposal. ; : - - Ihavethehonorto.be/Gentlemen, . : Yours faithfully/> ; : 502 HUGO FRIEDLANDER. . JEW DINING AND,LUNCHEON.' ROOMS & LIVERY STABLES. ** )ETER GOOD begs,to- ahnopncl^hit- ! he has upend a new. DINING, and INCHEON ROOMS, on Seafield Road, • mting the new Show Grouuds and Sale irds, at which ho will supply Luncheonall hours of the day, at Is., Od- Liv.evy able. —Stalls and Loose Boxes —Stalls, ] . . Boxes as per agreement, Good Paddocks, as per agreement -507

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 190, 12 November 1880

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 190, 12 November 1880

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