Public Notices. Show. Lunch. A THIELE, Baker and Cook, desires , to inform visitors to the Ashburton Cattle Show that he has taken over from Messrs Mutch and Mackenzie the Retrenchment Tent at the Cattle Show, in which he will, on Show day, provide a wholesome and ample LUNCHEON at the following terms : Meal, with tea, coffee, or glass of beer included, 2s. Special Tent for Ladies. After Judges’ Lunch, Meals can also be had in the new keeper’s house on the ground. All Pastry supplied at reasonable terms. 501 A. THIELE. AGRICULTURAL SHOW, TUESDAY i6tii NOVEMBER. JpERSONS RIDING or DRIVING to the SHOW can be provided with ACCOMMODATION for their HORSES in Mb. Hay T. Smith’s Yard’s, adjoining the Grounds, at ONE SHILLING PER HEAD. Man in attendance. 499 ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. Train arrangements for the SHOW DAY are as follows Leaving Winslow for the Show Ground at 12 o’clock, calling at Tinwald and Ashburton s. d. Return Tickets from Winslow ... 1 6 ~ ~ ~ Tinwald ... 1 0 ~ ~ ~ Ashburton ... 0 9 A Train will also leave Tinwald at 1 o’clock for the Show Ground, calling at Ashburton. GEORGE JAMESON, 512 Secretary. WANTED —One hundred and twenty thousand LARRIKINS to come with their sweethearts, see the fireworks, and have moonlight spin in the mirthprovoking Unicycle Cikccs This Evening, near Butler’s Hotel. 534 To-Morrow. ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. rjTHE ANNUAL SHOW OP STOCK, PRODUCE, IMPLEMENTS, &c., •WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY, 16th NOVEMBER, Members will oblige by forwarding their Subscriptions at an early date. GEORGE JAMESON, 326 Secretary. ASHBURTON Agricultural and pastoral ASSOCIATION. PRIVATE PRIZE LIST. W. Montgomery and Co. (Limited), £3 3s. —For the best dry Draught Mare. L. E. Corsbie, £3. —For the best Yearling Colt or Filly by Tribune ; £2 —For the second best ditto. H. Matson and Co., £3 3s.—For the best Yearling Draught Colt. John Carter, £3 3s.—For the best Yearling Colt or Filly by Dexter. £3 3s. —For the best foal by Dexter. Hodder and Co., dress value £1 Is. (in addition to the Association’s Prize) —For the best Fresh Butter. R. Wilkin and Co., £3 3s.—For the best Yearling Draught Filly. W. Anderson, a Ladies’ Bridle (in addition to the Association’s Prize) —For the best Ladies’ Hack. New Zealand Losn and Mercantile Agency Company, silver cup, value £4 4s.— For the largest prize-taker in longwoolled sheep. Friedlander Bros., £3 3s. —For the best Carriers’ Spring Dray made in the County. Sealey Bros., £1 Is. —For the best Three 41b Loaves of Bread made from Ashburton Flour. M. Stitt, £2 2s. (in addition to the Association’s Prize). —For the best High Jump. Orr and Co., £1 Is.—For the best collection of Vegetables grown by an Amateur. 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. 6d. 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. GEORGE JAMESON, 455 Secretary. Ashburton, Nov. 1. 1880. To HUGO FRIEDLANDER, Esq., SIR, —We, the undersigned ratepayers pf the Borough of Ashburton, satisfied from the manner in which you have dischai-ged the duties of the position of Mayor, held by you for the past year, that the office could be placed in no better hands, nor could the Borough be served with any greater enthusiasm than has been displayed by you in caring for its welfare, desire that you will permit yourself to be placed in nomination for the position for another year, and promise you, should you accede to our request, opr heartiest support and influence to obtain the seat in thp event of a contest. G, M. Robinson Weymouth Roberts Geo. H. St. Hill J. Ward W. H. Gundry Gerald D Branson Wm. Sparrow H. M. Jones T. Chambers W. R. Boyle Wm. Anderson R. W. Shearman J. M. Cambridge Joshua Tucker R. Minnis Sealy Bros. Sam. S. Revans W. H. Zouch Edwd. G. Crisp George Parkin J. C. Dolman A. W. Roberts R. Bird Geo. Jameson Alfred Harrison James Bradley Tp G. M. RQBINSON, Esq., and the other Ratepayers signing the above Requisition. Gentlemen, —Although it was my intention to retire from the Mayoral chair I have had the honor to occupy during tne past year, and allow a more active citizen than myself to occupy the honorable seat, I cannot but acknowledge the kind compliment paid me in the Requisition you have presented to me, and have pleasure in acceding to the request contained therein. I assure you that my best services will bo, as heretofore, at the Borough’s disposal. I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, 502 HUGO FRIEDLANDER.
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