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Business Notices. ! arming sacrifice. HAYES & CO., Late Ready-Money . Richards, Are determined to clear the WHOLE OF THEIR STOCK op ' ’' DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS &c, &c, Before moving into their NEW PREMISES. Good Grey Twill Sheeting, BJd Splendid Calicoes, 3d A Fine Lot of Cambric Prints, 3|d , Job Lot of Shirtings, 4|d 500 more Zulu Hats, 4£d A Splendid Line of Good Tweed, Trousers, 9s 6d First-class Lot of Men’s Moles are clearing, 6s 9d 200 Good T jreed Suits, from 24s fid Lot of Men’s Strong Shirts, Is 3d 'jjah THE BOOT DEPARTMENT ~ is IMMENSE. 400 Children’s Balmorals, 10£d 250 Girls’ Kid Elastic Sides, 3a 175 Ladies’ Lastings, 5s 9d 72 Ladies’ House Boots, 3s lid. " 60 Ladies' Superior Kid Boots,, slightly damaged, fis. . 130 Men’s Patent Slippers, 3a , THESE GOODS3AEE WORTH .. 25 PER CENT. MORE.' 1 OUR COLONIAL BOOTS ARB SPLENDID VALUE, OBLIGE BY ROLLING UP and SECURING the" BARGAINS. n 4 Geo. e. goldsm its Begs to inform the inhabitants of Lauriston and the' surrounding districts that he has OPENED an establishment in Lauriston, where he intends to carry on the same business as he has been doing heretofore at Sherwood, viz., and Wheelwrights’ work of all deacrip* tions. GEO. E. GOLDSMITH, General Blacksmith, Lauriston and Sherwood, au 26 F. S. Shearer, OP THE May bank works, tinwald, begs to thank the public for theiz past support, and takes this opportunity to intimate that he is ain position to Manufacture and Repair on the shortest notice all kinds of Machinery, such as— Flour Mills, Saw Mills, Wheels (cogged and water wheels), Combines, Hand and Foot Treshing Machines ; also, all kinds of Spring Carts, Drays, Traps&c. Shearer & Lewis, GENERAL BLACKSMITHS, AND Veterinary Shoeing Forge, Having secured the services of a first-class Shoeing Smith, defy competition. All orders entrusted to their care will receive prompt attention at reasonable charges. Agents for McCormick’s Reapers and Binders. ; Note the Address— Great South road, Tinwald. s9od

EUERAL STORE Mount Sokes. TV" ~tl. Xtri/171WB2r»*— —. —■*- , Tfcfwxxw-W- vw*-*aa:jjTj ■RITOt' HESS in the above Store, take this _ tunity of thanking their numerous friends and customers for the liberal support accorded to them since commencing business as general storekeepers in Mount Somers, and also to assure them that they have just BOUGHT a SPLENDID STOCK in all the LEADING LINES, which will be sold at LOWEST SALE PRICES. Having a Large and Varied Stock, your, continued support is respectfully solicited., W, H. PUDDICOMBE &CO., ! MOUNT SOMERS. jllft. Sporting. RACING CLUB. SPRING MEETING, ; To be held on the RACECOURSE. ASHBURTON, ' WEDNESDAY and FRIDAYS ■ f November 22nd and 24th. —Mr E. G. Wright, M.H.R. ; vice-presidents—Messrs J. Grigg and W. C. Walker ; judge—Mr Matthew Stitt; stewards—Messrs 3. H. Dowding, H. T. Winter, W. Saunders, E. S. Coster, L. E. Corsbie, R. Friedlander, and Dr Ross ; treasurer—Mr C. C. Fooks ; handicappers—Messrs E. G. Griffiths and M. tttitt; clerk o? the course—Mr E. Saunders ; clerk of the scales—Mr M. Friedlander ; starter— Mr J. L. Crawley. First race each day to start at 1 p.m. SECOND DAY. 1. Handicap Huiidle Race of 60 soverif over eight flights of hurdles, about 3ft Gin high; nomination, 2 sovs : ; acceptance, 3 sovs. 2 miles. ■ 2. Racing Club Handicap of 75 sovs, added to a sweepstake of 3 sovs each for acceptors, the second horse to receive 10 sovs fiam the stake; nomination, 2 sovs ; acceptance, 4 sovs. 1± miles. 3. County Plate (Handicap) of 30<sovsr nomination, 1 sov ; acceptance, sov. District horses only. 1J miles.' 4. Flying U andicap of 50 sovs; nomination, 2 sovs ; acceptance, 2 sovs ; this • winner of the Ashburton Cup to carry 71b extra, and of the Ashburton Cup and Racing Club Handicap, 101 b extra. | mile. .>■ 5. Consolation Handicap of 20. sovs ; nomination, 1 sov; acceptance, 1 sov. 1 mile. /j RULES AND REGULATIONS. ] 1. There must be three or more entcids for each event or there will be no ra6e. 2. No entry will be received except’"bn the condition that all disputes, claims, and objections arising out of the racing shall be decided by the Stewards* 6f whom they may appoint; their decision on all points connected with carrying ou| the above programme to be final. | 3. Canterbury Jockey Club racing Tula strictly adhered to. 4. A district horse shall mean ara horse that has been commonly residentJp the Ashburton County previous to August Ist, 1883, and up to the date of the forthcoming meeting, and owned by who has resided in the said County during the same period. 5. Qualification fee, £2 3s; members of the A.R.O. free, 7. Acceptances and sweeps to be pai,d to the Secretary not later than 9 p.m. on Thursday, November 16th. ] 8. Five per cent, will be deducted front the gross of all moneys payable,- in .accordance with this programme, for expenses of the course. , S. SAUNDERS, au!7 Secretary

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 799, 22 November 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 799, 22 November 1882

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