FoundF O V N D One Pound Bank of New Zealand Note Can be had by giving the number and ap plying at the Office of this Paper. 196( Tenders- . rjlO WIRE FENCERS. 3 TENDERS will be received for the r ERECTION of about 12 miles WireFenc--1 ing, more or less, labor only, until SATURDAY, the 16th July. Lowest 3 tender not necessarily accepted. Specifi--3 cations of work can be seen at offices of P. Cunningham and Co., Ashburton, i 225 c Railway Notices. ' ■ jygn. a ZEALAND RAILWAYS. (Christchurch Section.) ALTERATION IN TIME TABLE OF TRAINS. A new Time Table will come into force on the 11th inst. The following are the alterations in Trains to a»d from Ashburton ; Christchurch to Ashburton, 1.5 p.m. to 1.20 p.m.; Ashburton to Christchurch, 6 a.m. to 7.5 a.m., 10.30 a.m., to 11 a.m. Ashburton to Timaru, 7 a.m. to 6.55 a.m.-, Timaru to Ashburton, 7 a.m. to 7.35 a.m. For alterations lu times at intermediate stations, and on other parts of the line, see posters. j FREDK. BACK, 220 Traffic Manager. Public Notices. (gOUTH RAKAIA ROAD DISTRICT. The following TENDERS have been ACCEPTED for the respective works : Forming M'Coy’s Road Albert Betts Forming Great South Road Boyle and Muir Forming Baxter’s Road J. Strothers FormingLauriston Road Albert Betts Re-forming Mainwaring’s Road W. J. Silcock Walling up cuttings on Duncan’s Road ... J. R. Cole A. MAKEIG, 226 c Clerk to the Board. COUNTY Ploughing Match. Under the auspices of the Agricultural and Pastoral Association. THURSDAY, 21st JULY, 1881. In the Paddock ADJOINING THE COUNTY SALEYARDS. Class I—Three-furrow plough. ‘First prize, £6 ; second, £4. Class 2—Two-furrow plough. First prize, £5 ; third, £3. Class 3—Two-furrow plough ; for persons who have never taken a prize. First prize, £4 ; second, £2. Class 4 —Single-furrow plough. First prize, £4 ; second £2. Class s—Single-furrow plough ; for boys under 17. First prize, £4 ; second £2. I
SPECIAL PRIZES. Friedlatader Brothers—Horse collar, for the best team on the ground. Reid and Gray—Set of harrows, value £7, for the best work done with their two or three-furrow ploughs. W. Anderson —Pair of blinkers, for the best kept set of harness. W. Patching—Horse cover, for the best groomed horses. T. Chambers—A pair of watertight boots, for the beat finish in the two-furrow class. Poyntz and Co.—Set of Haxton and Beattie’s harrows, for the best ploughing in the field. D. Fitzpatrick—A pair of watertight boots, for the best feering in the boys’ class. P. and D. Duncan—lmplements, value £5, second prize in class 2. ENTRIES must be made with the Secretary not later than 4 o’clock on MONDAY, 18th July. GEORGE JAMESON, 215 c Secretary. DR. MAOBEAN STEWART, of Ashburton, Has Commenced the Practice of his Profession in Christchurch. Temporary Residence —The House originally occupied by the late Dr CampCOLOMBO STREET, Next Vincent’s Brewery, Christchurch. 119 c TESTERFIELD MILLS. Having taken the above Mills, I beg to inform farmers and the public generally that the MILL is NOW OPEN, and hope, by turning out a first-class article, to merit a share of public support. Gristing on the usual terms. Cash buyer of grain. JAMES CLARK. March 17th, 1881. 376 a
Publications. “ A RE WE TO STAY HERE ?”—A r\ paper on the New Zealand Public Works Policy of 1870, considered specially with reference to the question of the Crown Lands and the Incidence of Taxation, by a Colonist of 22 years standing, price Is, can bo obtained at Office of this Paper. The trade protection society’s PRIVATE CIRCULAR (instituted 1873) gives a weekly list of Bills of Sale, Mortgages of Stock, Liens, Bankruptcies, etc., throughout New Zealand. On Monday an “ extra” is printed for Canterbury, containing information up to 12 o’clock on the preceding Saturday. For particulars apply at the Office, Hobbs’ Buildings, High street, Christchurch.— T. B. Ckaio, Agent for Canterbury. mHE CO - OPERATIVE BAKERY, JL TRIANGLE, ASHBURTON. A. Thiele Wishes to intimate to his many friends and the public of Ashburton generally, that he has now TWO CARTS running throughout the District, and all orders entrusted to him for Bread, Biscuits, and Confectionery of every description, will be promptly attended to. A. Thiele tenders his thanks for past favors, and requests a continuance of public support. First award of merit at the Exhibition, A. THIELE. 204 c THE GUARDIAN is pub&Wiwl every evening, giving every day y "7 s, tip-to the hour of going to press. This is neWßf than buying a sixpenhy tfbdkly
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 391, 9 July 1881
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