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New Advertisements. SHBURTON BORO 0G £ O UN CIL. WANTED TENDERS for the SO PLY of One .Thousand (1,000) yar SHINGLE, for metalling roads and foe paths. Specifications may be seen at tl Council’s Office, where tenders accor panied by a guarantee deposit of £5 are be delivered by Noon on FRIDAY, tl 26th inst. CHARLES BRADDELL, Town Clerk. Borough Council’s Office, 19th May, 1882. 52! 8 T, STEPHENS CHURCI A Special Service will be held at S Stephen’s Church TO-NIGHT, at 7-30, ! be followed by a Meeting in reference i he late mission of Mrs Hampson. 626 Y E OLDE ENGLISHE FAYRT YE FAYRE OF YE OLDEN TYME. YE FAYRE OF MERBIE ENGLANI QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY, MAY 24tb DRILL SHED. 522 STOLEN, from Trevorton—Two Fa HEIFERS; one a dark and thicl low-set, the other red and white or straw berry, with one horn recently broke. Tei shillings each will be given to anyom giving information that will lead to re covery of the same. The red one sup posed to have gone to Westerfield, the other to Waterton. 523 e JAMES TASKER. jsr E w BUSINESS, The undersigned wishes to intimate thal he has opened a GREENGROCERY and CONFECTIONERY Business in , Wilh street, opposite the Fire Brigade station, where, on account/)! being a large growei ' vegetables himself, he will be prepared sell-the best of everything in the trade, cheapest rates for cash. Families waited on for orders. Fruit, Confectionery, etc., in great variety. Supply Cabbage Plants always kept at the shop. EDWARD LING, y 240 Proprietor. Meetings. w AKANUI ELECTION. MR SAUNDERS’ COMMITTEE are requested to meet at the Central’Committee Rooms, TO-NIGHT, May 19th, it 8 p.m. S. E. POYNTZ, 519 a Secretary. w ESLEYAN CHURCH. A MEETING of those interested in the brmation.of a CHRISITAN TEMPERNOE SOCIETY in connection with the shburton Wesleyan Church will be held HIS (Friday) EVENING, in the ameron street Church, at 7.30. The Wesleyan Choir will please meet at 7 inm. 521 e M OUNT SOMERS ROAD DISTRICT. A PUBLIC MEETING of Ratepayers ill be held at the Road Board Office, fount Somers, on THURSDAY, May 5, at 3 p.m., to consider the Objections rat may be lodged against CLOSING the nused’ Road near Mr Boyle’s farm, aletta, under section 4, Public Works ct, 1880. By order. ; J. WENTWORTH COOKSON, June., Surveyor to the ■ 78e Mount Somers Road Board. Amusements. pOWN HALL, ASHBURTON. TWO NIGHTS ONLY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 19th and 20th. EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION. POWER’S ißsthetic Party, eluding the charming Artiste and Songjess, MDLLE. LOLO DE GLORIAN ate of the Lydia Howarde Opera Bonffo unpany), in*their novel and mirth proking Entertainments and Lightning langes. - First Programme : ‘BUSTLE AND BOUNCE,” Incidental Songs, Duets, etc. To be followed by , Y AND DECEMBER,” “Ah Oid Man’s Dablikg." The whole to conclude with . ‘ THE FASCINATING O’FOGARTY.” Second Programme : “ DOLLY’S DECEPTION,” “HANDY ANDY,” : ith Irish Songs, Duets, Double Jig, etc. Admission—ls, 2s, and 3s. Side onince to Dress Circle only. Tickets tf had at the Box and Plan Office, Mi ivison’s, Town Hall. 498« Lost. ‘ OST, from Methven on or about tin _J 4th -of May, a strong Chestnu ACK, about eight years old, white stai i foreheads Any person delivering sami , the Methven Hotel, or giving infor ation that will lead to its recovery wil i Rewarded. ROBERT PATTON. Methven,lsth May, 1882. , 50L - OST or STRAYED, Two HEIFERf _J (one spotted and one strawberry) ro years old, from Ashburton Count; ileyards, on or about 26th April lasi Reward of £1 will bo given to any bod ving information that will lead to thei icovery. Apply to A. Ede, Alfor oreat. . . 454 Public Notices. |~yR LEAHY lias Removed to the la! esidence of Mr A. Orr, Tancred stree JONSULTING HOURS—IO to 11 a.m and 7 to 8 p.m. 37i I O. G. The Dawn of Peace and other Lodg in Ashburton of the above Order, cc dially invite all or any of those who, Mrs Bampson’s soliciiat oa, signed t Total Abstinence Pledge to become moi bers of any of these Lodges, and thus ai their influence and assistance to the cat of Temperance. Proposals for members! will be willingly received by Messrs S. Poyntz for “ The Dawn of Peace Hardley for “ The Safe Retreatand: Oobk for “The Star of the EasL” , Friends, show your earnestness by p» tlcal work. 6(

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 640, 19 May 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 640, 19 May 1882

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