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Amusements. SBBURToN RINKLNG CLUB. The Members of the above Club will Fancy Dress Rink, "tHURSDAY, Bth JUNE, 1882, TOWN HALL. Non-members of the Club will be allowed to Rink, but no Linker admitted unless in Fancy Dress. All Linkers requested to wear gloves. A number of Round and Square Dances will be performed on Skates, betwecji which there will be Yocal and Instrumental interludes. Tickets can be obtained from the Library Committee and the Secretary. Admission Members, Is ; visitors, 2s 6d. Doors open at 7p. m. ; Polonaise at 8 give a In aid of the LIBRARY FUND, ON at The p.m. sharp. HENRY ZANDER, 656 e Hon. Sec.

I O.G.T.— 'templar Hall, Queen’s Birth- . day, WEDNESDAY, 241 h May. TEA and CONCERT. A select pro, gramme will be given. Concert, Is ; Tea and Concert, la 6d. Tea at 5.30. Concert at 7.30. if i ■.« ■ Money. M ONEY TO LEND. jPQAA TO LEND, on First-Class ctOvU Freehold Security. Apply to 5330 MATSON, COX & CO. Tenders. Ashburton borough council. WANTED TENDERS for the SUPPLY of One Thousand (1,000) yards SHINGLE, for metalling roads and footpaths. Specifications may be seen at the Conn il's Office, where tenders accompanied by a guarantee deposit of £5 are to be delivered by Neon on FRIDAY, the 26th inst. CHARLES BRADDELL, Town Clerk. Borough Council’s Office, 19th May, 1882. 529 e

SOUTH EAKAIA HOAD DISTRICT. TENDERS will be received up to THURSDAY, the Ist June next, for the following WORKS : Forming 105 chains of Cemetery road. Forming 115 chains of Collin’s road. Forming about 12 chains of road at Chertsey. Forming 32 chains of Railway Terrace East road. Repairing 250 chains of Acton road. Making two open crossings. Tenders to be endorsed and addressed to the Chairman of the Board. Plans and specifications can be seen at the Road Board Office, South Rakaia. A. MAKEIG, 644 e Clerk to the Board. |Jj O builders. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of a BUILDING, in Brick and Stone, in West street. Plans, etc., can be seen at my Office, Burnett street, where Tenders will be feceived up to and including SATURDAY, the 27th inst. A. E. INGRAM, g4se Architect. O BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of SHOPS, OFFICES Ac. (brick and stone), in Burnett street, for Mr T. Bullock.

Plans and specifications may be seen at Messrs 0, E. Fcoks and Son’s Office, where tenders are to be sent in not later than 12 noon on THURSDAY, May 25th, accompanied by a guarantee deposit of L 5. 4580 T. BULLOCK. |J|O BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of Premises for the Ashburton Butter and Cheese Factory Company. Flans and specifications may be seen at the Company’s Office, East street, Ashburton, where Tenders are to be lodged not later than TUESDAY, at noon, May ,30th. The lowest or any tender not ne--620e St Asaph street, “Christchurch. SEPARATE TENDERS for BREAKING UP or CROPPING 450 Acres (near Methven), in one or more lots. Water on land. Tenders to be sent in before 12th June, 1882. For particulars cessarily accepted. JAMES GLANYILLE, Building Surveyor, A N T E D. of tender, apply to R. PATTON, Methven Hotel; Or G3le D. CAMERON, Clunes, near Methven,

New Goods for this Season, comprising over twenty cases are now opened up. *1 CLOTHING rj CLOTHING 3 CLOTHING g 5 CLOTHING 3 _ CLOTHING g £ CLOTHING 3. I oo S’ S* a CLOTHING o a 23 CLOTHING § CLOTHING t-J p CLOTHING factory. FACTORY. FACTORY. FACTORY. FACTORY. FACTORY. FACTORY. FACTORYFACTORY. WANTED KNOWN—If you want to Grow a splendid crop of Turnips Purchase some of Mayo’s Bonedust. —Address F. Mayo, Hamstead Mills. 255 d

The Boys’ and Youths’ Clothing is especially recommended, and Parents and Guardians will find it advantageous to make an early selection. The Stock of Men’s Clothing is simply superb, and the variety of Hats, Iloiscry, Hi ~ Blankets, Flannels, and Shirtings second J ' none in New Zealand, ,- AOKSTB Foil THE Cni.EBKA.TnD WkRTHEIM MACHINE?. s&***' Ashbui ton Branch: *v. sparrow, Managed. 6920 - : - - a a q p p &j wj w { as a a a S * * ,iV

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 644, 24 May 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 644, 24 May 1882

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