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Wesleyan District Meeting.— At the Wesleyan district meeting at Christchurch this afternoon it was decided to request a grant from the Conference of L 25 towards the Ashburton circuit.

TOWN EDITION. [lssued ai 4.30 p. in. i New Advertisements. IMPOUNDED, on November 3rd, from Springfield, 1 dark bay COLT, h .If draught, about two years old; no brand visible; star on forehead. If not claimed on or before the 18th instant will be sold to defray expenses. Ashburton permanent BUILDING & INVESTMENT SOCIETY. The above Society pays Interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum for Deposits at Call, and 7 per cent, per annum if fixed for 6 months or over. OTI 0 E . By request, a MEETING of Persons favorable to holding a « BRING FLO ER SHOW during tha month of December is hereby convened for FRIDAY next, 17th inst., at Messrs Poyntz and Co.’s Office, at 7.30 p. m. nl6 S. E. POYNTZ. nl6 W. B. COMPTON, Poundkeeper, Methven. nl6 J. WARD, Secretary.

ZEALAND RAILWAYS. (Christchurch Section.) ASHBURTON RACES, 22nd and 24th November, AND AGRICULTURAL SHOW, 23rd November, 1882. Ordinary Single Fare Tickets to Ashburton, issued on the 22nd, 23rd, or 24th November, at Lyttelton, Timaru, or any intermediate Station, and Single Fare Tickets issued from Mount Somers Branch Statons to Ashburton on the 21st inst., will bo available for return up to and including the 25th inst. On tha 22nd, 23rd, and 24th a Special Train will leave Ashburton for the Saleyards Siding (opposite the Shaw Grounds and Racecourse) at 12.30 p. m . returning at 4.50 p. m. on the 28rd, and on the Race Days fifteen minutes after the last race. Return Fares—Sixpence First Class; Fourpence Second Class Tickets available on day of issue only. The Ordinary Trains for and from Christchurch will stop at the Saleyards Siding on each of the three days to pick up or set down passengers. .Passengers from North must b ok through to Ashburton ; those from South must re-book at Ashburton for the Saleyards Siding. On the Agricultural Show Day (23rd instant) Trains will run on the Mount Somers Branch same as on Tuesdays and Saturdays. FREDK. BACK, Traffic Manager. District Traffic Manager’s Office, Christchurch, Nov., 15th, 1882. nl6

WANTED KNOWN—That lam selling Venus Naiirod at 6s per lb.; Venus Twist, 5s 6d per lb.; Venus Navy Twist, 6s per lb.; Tricopherous, Is 3d per bottle. Enos’ Fruit Salt, 3s 3d per bottle. Also, Toys of every description, consisting of Dolls, Trumpets, Toy Drums, Tambourines, Wheelbarrows, Carts, Guns, etc., etc. F. Clark, EAST STREET. s!8 iftaiViiMi— i "-« L aaawr ,wi —— raping— i ■■ mrnmomm Public Notices. BREWERY. SPECIAL NOTICE. Having disposed of the Business, we hereby notify that ALL ACCOUNTS Owing previous to Ist July MUST BE PAID at once to Wm. Smith, Commission Agent, otherwise they will be SUED FOR without further notice, au 11 WOOD AND CO. Ashburton cheese and butter i actor y. notice. Persons desirous of VISITING the above Factory can do so upon a written order from the Secretary. Visiting hours from 1 to 4 p. m. S. E. POYNTZ, n 8 Secretary.

HO L I D A Y S . I proclaim WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, 22nd and 24th instant, HALF HOLIDAYS, from 12 noon, and THURSDAY, 23rd instant, a WHOLE HOLIDAY, on occasion of the Ashburton Races and Show respectively. D. WILLIAMSON, nls Mayor. N . ° T—--0 E . Persons are hereby CAUTIONED not to SHEAR any of the Lagmhor Sheep that may have strayed from the station. Persons doing so will be prosecuted. DONALD McLEaN, Lagmhor. Nov. 10th, 1882. rpRESPASS ' NOTICE. Persons are Cautioned against TRESPASSING with dogs on the Lagmhor Estate, without the written authority of the Hon. John McLean or Mr Donald M‘L-an. Proceedings will be taken against trespassers, and also persons fishing for trout on the Estate. DuNALD McLE \N, n 7 Lagm h or. For Sale, For sal e From this date— CRUSHED OATS, 3s 4d per Bushel. BRAN, SHARPS, CHAFF. OATEN SHEAF CHAFF, First-class lot of VEGETABLE and FLOWER SEEDS. JOSEPH CLARK, Ashbobton and Tinwalu. o 5

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 794, 16 November 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 794, 16 November 1882

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