Meetings. mHTSTLE LODGE, 627, S.C., I ASHBURTON. An EMERGENCY MEETING of the above Lodge will be held TO-MORROW (Thursday) Evening, at the Masonic Hall, Tancred street, at 7.40 p.m. Visiting Brethren invited. Business —Raising. By order of the R. W. M. G. GAUKRODGER, 251 c Hon. Sec. Ashburton teacher sasSOCIATION MEETING on SATURDAY, 16 th in at,, 2 p.m. 11. Cape-Williamson, Hon. Sec. 249 c Amusements. Uncle Toni’s Cabin. nnHIS Celebrated Drama will be perI formed in the TOWN HALL, ASHBURTON, ON JULY I4TH, 15TH, AND 1 6TH, BY THE GEORGIA MINSTRELS, Assisted by members of the AMATEUR DRAMATIC SOCIETY. UNCLE TOM - MR HOSEA EASTON, A character which he played for 100 consecutive nights in Melbourne. 248 c j> HRE N OLOGY. DELINEATION of CHARACTER. PROFESSOR SIMON, ON TUESDAY and “WEDNESDAY, 19th and 20tii Inst. At the TOWN HALL. Verbal Readings from 9 a.m. to 0 p.m. LECTURES IN THE EVENING. Admission to Lecture, front seats—2s ; back seats, Is. The Professor will be in attendance at the ante-room of the Hall on Monday, for Consultation. See Opinions of the Press. 246 c Ashburton county ploughing MATCH. THURSDAY, 21ST JULY, 1881. A Farmer’s Ball Will be held in the Town Hall on the above date, under the auspices of the Ploughing Match Committee. Dancing to commence at half-past eight. Liberal Refreshments provided. Gentlemen’s single tickets ... 7s Gd. Ladies ... ... ••• ••• 5s Double tickets ... ... .■ • 10s GJ. May be obtained at Shearman's Hotel or from the Secretary. 234 c Tenders. rjlO WIRE FENCERS. TENDERS will he received for the ERECTION of about 12 miles WireFcncin>r, more or less, labor only, until SATURDAY, the 16th July. Lowest tender not necessarily accepted. Specifications of work can be seen at offices of P. Cunningham andUo., Ashburton. 225 c lIIWHIII lllllJ“»^fc«»«aWltta3Etg- I WKaiM>BIMIMn For Sale. O N SALE BY THE SIGNED. UNDERAndrews and Heaven’s celebrated Canterbury, Zealandia, and Australian Chaff Cutters, From £l3 upwards. Horse Gear from £lO 10s, simple strong and compact. 998 a POYNTZ & CO. OR SALE. A small FARM of 75 Acres, within six miles of Ashburton, on favorable terms. POYNTZ & CO. OR SALE. A FARM of 125 acres, well fenced. The land is of good quality ; all laid down in English grass, and abundantly watered. Haxton & Beattie's Patent FLEXIBLE HARROWS, and Kell, Meat, and Co.’s Anglo-American CORN and SEED DRILL. POYNTZ AND CO. F O R S E. T.S. 907, 908, 909, 910, being one acre in a block ; also, T.S. BGO. These sections will be sold on favorable terms. POYNTZ AND CO. W E have received instructions to SELL BY PRIVATE TREATY, A SNUG Improved Farm, Now in fallow. This Farm consists of 127 Acres of the best land in the Wakanui District and will be sold a bargain, on easy terms of payment. For particulars, apply to 804 a DAN HENDERSON <t CO. TON BOOKSTALL. ON SALE. “ Canterbury Times ” and Dailies Weekly and Daily “ Press ” ‘ ‘ Liberty ” Dunedin “ Witness ” and “ Times” “ Timaru Herald ” “ Ashburton Guardian ” and “ Mail ” “ Home News” “ Australasian ” Sealey’s Pamphlet on New Zealand. Latest Novels, &c., &c., Ac. CHARLES HAY, 188 c Proprietor. THE GUARDIAN is on every Tea Table in Ashburton.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 394, 13 July 1881
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