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Tenders. IJI O WIRE F TENDERS will be r« ERECTION of about 12 r ing, more or less, lab SATURDAY, the 16th tender not necessarily acc cations of work can be se< P. CnwMiNGHAM and Co., Public Noth O T 1 IMPORTAN The friends of Mr Mar RETURN the FLAGS their ball on Friday last fi 238 c R. W. S]

Ijl A L I N G IA Leaves Ealing f< WEDNESDAYS and SA arrival of Express Trail church, and returns to e Express on Wednesdays Fares, 3s (single) ; 5s (reti as per agreement, accor< The Coach calls at the i Rangitata Traffic Bridge coming down. 229 c ADAM Ashburton council Notice is hereby givei Holland has been RE POUNDKEEPER of Pound, until further notici By order. F. MAIN Ashburton, July 7,1881 COUN' SOUTH RAKAIA PLA SUPPLY. The Ashburton County the publication of the fo don, passed at its last nice sxtraordinary damages to ai races constructed by the C The Council draws the a and-owners, who have bei isked to sign the deed of i ihis Council—to this resol Resolved, that in the ordinary damage t water races consti Council, nothing coi deed of agreement s bind land-owners to extraordinary damag cost. By order. F. MAINI Ashburton, July Bth, 181 Ploughing 1 Jnder the auspices of tl and Pastoral Assoc THURSDAY, 21sx JE In the Paddoc ADJOINING THE COI YARDS. Class I—Three-furrow ] prize, £6 ; second, i. Class 2—Two-furrow p prize, £5 ; third, £3 Class 3—Two-furrow pic sons who have m prize. First prize, £2. Class 4—Single-furrow i prize, £4 ; second £ Class s—Single-furrow boys under 17. Fi second £2. SPECIAL PRI Friedlander Brothers—E the best team on the Reid and Gray—Set of £7, for the best w their two or three-fv W. Anderson —Pair of b best kept set of ban W. Patching—Horse cot groomed horses. T. Chambers—A pair boots, for the heal two-furrow class. Poyntz and Co.—Set o Beattie’s harrows, ploughing in the fiel D. Fitzpatrick—A pair boots, for the best boys’ class. P. and D. Duncan —Im £5, second prize in

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 392, 11 July 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 392, 11 July 1881

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