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Public Not BURTON Ploughing Under the auspices of and Pastoral Ass THURSDAY, 21st ; In the Paddi ADJOINING THE C( YARDS. Class I—Three-furrow prize, £6 ; second, Class 2—Two-furrow prize, £5 ; third, £ Class 3—Two-furrow p sons who have i prize. First prize £2. Class 4—Single-furrow prize, £4 ; second Class s—Single-furro’ boys under 17. second £2. SPECIAL PI Friedlander Brothers—the best team on t Reid and Gray—Set o £7, for the best their two or three: W. Anderson—Pair of best kept set of ha W. Patching—Horse ce groomed horses. T. Chambers—A pau boots, for the bei two-furrow class. Poyntz and Co.—Set Beattie’s harrows, ploughing in the fit D. Fitzpatrick—A pai boots, for the besi boys’ class. P. and D. Duncan—lir £5, second prize in ENTRIES must be : Secretary not later than MONDAY, 18th July. RULES. L That the quantity ploughed be not more the for single ploughs, and three quarters of an a< furrow ploughs. 2. The ploughing to be five inches deep. Each

William Ellis, MEDICAL HERBALIST, MANCHESTER STREET, Near Railway Station, CHRISTCHURCH. The above 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 and Mr G. R. Mill, of Christchurch, in future issue. 262 c

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 400, 20 July 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 400, 20 July 1881

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