Meetings. A SHBURTON RACING CLUB. The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the above stands ADJOURNED to 7.30 p.m. on THURSDAY, July 27th. J. 0. BELL, jl 22 Sec. A.R.C.
Amusements. Ashburton library BUILDING FUND. POPULAR CONCERT AND ENTERTAINMENT. TOWN HALL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26th, 1882. Programme. Mr Ward’s Address. 1. Duett, Piano—Mr and Miss Fish, 2. Part song—St. Stephen’s Choir. 3. Song—Miss Kidd. 4. Recitation —Mr Minnis. 5. Song—Mr Simpson. 6. Piano and Violin—Mr and Miss Permain. 7. Song—Mr Gerald D. Branson. 8. Part song—St. Stephen’s Choir. 9. Song—Mr H. Gates. 10. Solo, Piano—Mias Kidd. 11. Song—Mr Gerald D. Branson. 12. Song (Comic) —Mr H. Gates. To conclude with the Farce, “BETSY BAKER,” By the Amateur Dramatic Club, Tickets, 2s and Is each. jl 25
M u ’ L_ °- °- FTHE ANNIVERSARY OF THE LOYAL WATERTO3S LODGE Will be celebrated on THURSDAY, 24th AUGUST, With a TEA, CONCERT, AND BALL. Tea on the table from 6 to 8 o’clock. Admission —Single Ticket, 2s Gd ; Double Ticket, 4s 6d ; children under 14 years half price. jUB
rjIHE ALFORD FOREST AND MOUNT SOMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SOIREE will be held on FRIDAY, July 28, at the Single Tree School. Proceeds in aid of the Church Funds. Tea at 6 o’clock. j 124 Public Notices. Ashburton county council. Notice is hereby given that from ■WEDNESDAY, 26th July, to WEDNESDAY, 9th August, the ASHBURTON BRIDGE will ~be CLOSED for Road Traffic, on account of Alteration of Bridge Approaches. By order. WILLIAM BAXTER, County Engineer. Ashburton, July 20, 1882. jl 21 LEAHY has Removed to the late residence of Mr A. Orr, Tancred street.
CONSULTING HOURS—IO to 11 a.m., and 7 to 8 p.m. 376 e D' ( R W. STROWD PARTRIGE has undertaken the Charge of Dr Ross’ Patients until he is able to resume his practice, and may be CONSULTED at Dr Ross’s residence at the usual hours. 717 e THOMPSON’S FARM. COUNTY SALEYARDS. The Undersigned desires to intimate to persons attending the County Saleyards that he has PADDOCK ACCOMMODATION for Cattle, Sheep, etc., and any stock committed to hia care will receive every attention, and at Reasonable Bates, jl 25 THOMAS MYNETT JONES. METHYEN TIMBER AND COAL YARDS. MESSRS C. J. W. COOKSON, Jun. & CO., Beg to inform the inhabitants of Methven and the surrounding districts, that they have COMMENCED BUSINESS at Methven, as TIMBER AND COAL MERCHANTS, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, &c. Having a well-assorted Stock of BUILDING and other TIMBER, Doors, Sashes, Galvanised Iron, and Coal on hand, are prepared to execute all orders intrusted to them at the very lowest remunerative prices. 0. J. W. COOKSON, Jun., & 00. Agents for the McCormick Reaper and Binders, and the New Zealand Insurance Company. jl 21
To Let and for Sale. 171 O R S E. At Alford Forest, a FARM containing 45 Acres of good LAND, fenced and subdivided ; part cultivated, with two Houses and Outbuildings theron ; 'also, 20 Acres good BUSH adjoining, fronting on a good road; a very early selection. Terms easy. Apply to C. J. W, Cookson, Jdn. , & Co., Commission Agents, &c., Methven. jl 21
F OR SALE. OATS, CHAFF, BRAN, and POTATOES, at Lowest Current Rates. 410 e JAMESON & ROBERTS
FOJtl SALE, —Quarter-acre SECTION in Cameron street West; partly fenced, and, being within a few minutes’ walk of Railway Station, is admirably situated for a private residence. 4pply for particulars to W. H. Gundey, East street. jl 19 N D FOR SALE, CHEAP —A splendid SECTION of LAND, at the Corner of St Asaph and Durham streets. For particulars apply to W. PENGELLY, Christchurch; Or 72e L: H. WILKINS, Ashburton. TO TT T, with immediate possession, House of fire rooms in Tancred street. T. BULLOCK*
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 698, 26 July 1882
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