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The Modesty of Men.—We often hear of a woman marrying a man to reform him ; but no one ever tells about a man marrying a woman to reform her. We men are modest, and don’t talk about our good deeds much. —Plainfield Bulletin.

New Advertisements. WANTED, at once Competent TAILORS and TAILORESSIS. Apply at once to G. J. F. Lublow, East street, Ashburton. 817 e WANTED IMMEDIATELY—Furnished SITTING-ROOM and BEDROOM, for lady and gentleman. Apply, W. Him, Quill's Hotel. 812 e rjlO FARMERS AND OTHERS. Having purchased New Machinery, P. MAYO is now prepared to supply BONE MANURE, any size or quality, on the shortest notice. Address— F. MAYO, 816 e Hampstead Bone Mills. The latest novelty from PARIS. THE WONDERFUL ANTIPOPIJXKXJMPTTJ ARI. On being wound up, it flies round and round upwards in the sir, ascending to an immense height, flapping its wings in the moat life-like manner. Price Is 6d. ANDREWES BROS., Booksellers, Stationers, etc.. East street south. • 821 e

IJIENDERS FOR PLOUGHING. Wanted—TENDERS for BREA KING UP 100 acres at Hinds. Tenders to be in by Noon on SATURDAY, July Ist. 822« MA'iSON, COX & CO. CANTERBURY SALEYARDS COMPANY, LIMITED. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS (Canterbury Brandi), AND THE ADDINGTON SALEYARDS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that after SATURDAY, the Ist JULY Next, STOCK will be received and delivered at the Stages now erected at the Railway Siding adjoining the Company’s Yards. All stock sent by rail must be consigned to the owner or to an aecrc ditcd agent, or the carriage prepaid. By order of the Directors, GEO. A. MAKEIG, 818 e Secretary. METHVEN. DAVIES & WINTER will in future hold their Monthly Sale at Mr Patton’s Yards on the Last Thursday in every month. Next Sale on THURSDAY, 29th Inst. Present Entries—--6 Horses 2 Heifers, springing 3 Cart Saddles ' 2 Riding „ 12 Horae Covers ~r 3 Half-chests Tea ' And a quantity of Sundries Sale stl o’clock. 1 . iW in

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 671, 24 June 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 671, 24 June 1882

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