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AUCTION SALES. ■To-morrow, 'Thursday, March 10. Mr. AlfredHarrison —At Anstee’s Boarding House—Furniture and Effects, and Carpenter’s Tools ; 11.30 sharp. Friday, March 11. Mr. T. Bullock, at the farm of Mr. Thomas Hickman, about one mile from the Tinwald Saleyards—Dairy Stock j 2 p.m.; Saturday, March 12. Mr. W. ! J. G. Bluett, at J. T. Ford and Co.’s Salerooms —That valuable landed property, known as Elgin. At 2 o clock. Quill and Co. —Usual Weekly Sale. •Tuesday, March 15. J. T. Ford and Co., at the Tinwald Yards —G7O Sheep. Friday, March 18. H. Matson and Co., at their rooms, Ash-burton-Valuable Freehold Farm, in the Hinds district; 12 o’clock. Saturday, March 19. Mr. T. Bullock, at his Rooms, East street Lot 124, Thompson street, Tinwald ; Trustee’s Interest in Lot 10 ; 3 Shares in the Templar Hall Co.; 2 o’clock, MEETINGS, AMUSEMENTS, &c. To-night, Wednesday, March 9. Templar Hall Company Meeting of Shareholders, Templar Hall, 8 p.m. Fire Police— Meeting, at the Fire Brigade Station, 7.30 p.m. To-morrow, Thursday, March 10. Meeting of Catholics, in the Church, at 7 p.m. ' -Horticultural Society, Meeting of Oomat Jacobson and Eyton’s Office, at 8 p.m.Monday, March 21. Borough Council, at Borough Council March 24 Ashburton Industrial Exhibition, Town Hall. Thursday, March 31. Ashburton Library—Annual Meeting of Subscribers, in the Library, 8 -p.m. Wednesday, Aprh, 6. County Council, at the County Council Chambers, at 11 o’clock.

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DAILY MEMORANDA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 288, 9 March 1881

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DAILY MEMORANDA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 288, 9 March 1881

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