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Robert Wilkin and Co. O O L SALE. TUESDAY, 28th NOVEMBER, 1882. Our First Sale of the Season 1882-1883 will bo held on the above date in our NEW ZEALAND WOOL STORES, At 11 a.m., when about 1 000 BALES will be offere<i * Woolpacks for sale at current rates. Advances made on Wool, either for sale in this market or for shipment to London. We take this opportunity of reminding our clients of the absolute necessity, in order to protect their interests when consigning wool, sheepskins, etc., per rail to our order, that care is taken to affix some mark or owner’s name on label, and to advise us of same, with part culara of contents of consignments, so that no mistake can be made as to ownership. ROBERT WILKIN & CO., Wool Brokers, Auctioneers, and Com14n mission Agents. JJyjTEW 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 be available for return up to and including the 25th inst. On the 22nd, 23rd, and 24th a Special Train will leave Ashburton for the Saleyards Siding (opposite the Show Grounds and Racecourse) at 12.30 p.m . returning at 4.50 p.m. on the 23rd, 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 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. District Traffic Manager’s Office, Christchurch, Nov., 15th, 1882. n!6 Wool Railway Notices. FEEDK. BACK, Traffic Manager.

Business Notices. NOW LANDING Ex ships “Good Templar” and “ Kestrel," from Stewart’s Island, TWO CARGOES OF BEST RED PINE, Which will be SOLD CHEAP. WEATHER BOARDS FROM 10s per 100 ft (sup.) upwards. ALWAYS IN STOCKDoors Sashes Nails Roofing Iron Fencing Wire Y.D.L. Shingles Palings Timber Baltic Deals Flooring Match-lining And all requisites for the Trade. AGENT for the Phoenix Fire Office of London. Alpheus Haye:.:, TIMBER MERCHANT, Ashburton, W. H. COLLINS, 60 Manager.

MESSRS REID & GRAY, Ashbur- } ton, having secured the services of a thoroughly experienced Mechanic, are now prepared to Repair Reapers and Binders | of all makers, also, Combines, Engines, and all sorts of Machinery. Being the only Firm in Ashburton who have got Machinery adapted for this purpose, with ' Steam Rower, all necessary repairs can be , done on the Premises, and at the lowest possible price. We have in Stock Binder Wire and i Twine of a first-class quality ; also, best Machine Oils. REID & GRAY, 0 29 Cameron street. R LANCASTER begs to thank his . customers of the past five years for their liberal support, and takes this opportunity of informing them that he will continue to carry on the businesses known as the SOMERSET BUTCHERY and FREE-TRADE BAKERY. As R. Lancaster will be able to devote his undivided attention to those two businesses, he begs to assure those who may favor him with their patronage that their wants will re ceive personal supervision. E. Lancaster, SOMERSET BUTCHERY AND FREETRADE BAKERY, East stkekt South, Ashburton. 29s g ADDLE RY, SADDLERY. The undersigned begs to thank his numerous customers for past support, and begs a continuance; also directing special attention to his now present Stock of SADDLERY and HARNESS. Prices moderate, and a good article guaranteed. Horse Covers and Rugs at lowest possible prices. 1 Note Addressers' : James Tait SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, Saunder®’ Buildings, East street, i Ashburton. 265 d

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 799, 22 November 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 799, 22 November 1882

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