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Public 'Notices. O T C E. Any person found Trespassing on my Freehold Property, known as the North Side of the Maiden Stream of the Rangitata, will be prosecuted. ADAM JACKSON. 171 ALI N G COACH Leaves Ealing for Cracroft on WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS on arrival of Express Train from Christchurch, and returns to catch the North Express on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Pares, 3s (single) ;Us (return). Parcels, as per agreement, according to weight. The .Coach calls at the noil i efid of the Rangitata Traffic Fridge going up and coming down. 229 c ADAM JACKSON. ' COUNTY Ploughing Match. Under the auspices of,the Agricultural ' Wnd Pastoral Association.

THURSDAY, 21St' JULY, 1881. In the Paddock ' ADJOINING THE COUNTY SALE--11 YARDS. Cldss I—Three-furrow1 —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. Clap 4—Single-fOrrow plough. First ■ ' prize, £4 ; second £2. Class 5-—Single-furrow plough ; for boys , under 17. First prize, £4 ; gecond £2. SPECIAL PRIZES. , Friedlander 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 < f harness. W. Patching—Horse cover, for the best groomed horses. T. Chambers—A pair of watertight boots, for the best 'finish in the two-furrow class. Poyntz and Co. —Set of Haxto'n 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. ahd D. Duncan—lmplements, value £5, second prize in class 2. ENTRIES must be made with the Secretary .'‘riot later than 4 o’clock on MONDAY, 18th July. ' GEORGE JAMESON, 215 c Secretary. DR. MAC BE AN STEWART, of Ashburton, Has Commenced, the Practice of his Pro- ■ fession in Christchurch.! Temporary Residence—The House originally occupied by the late Dn Campbelt, in , COLOMBO STREET, Next Vincent’s Brewery, Christchurch. 119 c TESTER FI ELD MILLS. Having taken the above Mills, I beg to inform farmers and the’public generally that the MILL is NO W 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 OLARKi' March 17th, 1881. 870 a

William Ellis, MEDICAL HERBALIST, MANCHESTER STREET, Near Railway Station,.. CHRISTCHURCH. , Thp.ahoyp has started in Christchurch, and is prepared to relieve and cure all persons suffering from the many cases which he has taken in. hand. All / persons suffering from Rheumatism can have , the swelling reduced and the pains removed. All complaints treated. See Testimonials from Mr A. Brown arid Mr G. R. Mill, of Christchurch, in

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 396, 15 July 1881

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