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New Advertisements. WESLEYAN CHUPCH. Opening Services, TO-MORROW (SU SD A Y). The Rev. W. Kealx, will preach After- : noon, at 3 ; Evening, at 7 o’clock. The TEA MEETING, to celebrate the Opening of the Church, will take place on TUESDAY ‘ next. ■ Tea on tables at 6 o’clock. Addresses will be delivered at the after meet : ng by Revs. W. Keall, Standage, Nixon, and Messrs Bowron, .Buchanan, and others. Suitable Anthems will be rendered by the Choir of the Ashburton Wesleyan Church. , ' :' ?25 Town hall, ashburton. Crowded House to-'witness Prank Willmott’s Combination. TO NIGHT (SATURDAY), NOV. 26, Grand Double Bill, the sparkling Comedy. THE YOUNG WIDOW, AND A BURLESQUE. People that could not gain admission last night, their tickets are available tonight. Prices—r3a,. 2s, Is. Seats and- tickets for all parts of the housfeean be secured at Clark’s, tobacconist. n 24 T. St. CLAIR JONES, Agent. SOMERS ROAD BOARD. TENDERS are invited for the appointment of CLERK to the Mount Somers Road Board (indoor clerical work only). The successful tenderer to receive 7-J- per cent, for the collection of all outstand ng rates in addition to his salary as Clerk. Tenders, addressed to the Chairman, will .be received until 2 p.m. on MONDAY, December 4th, from whom further particulars can be obtained. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. (Sd.) A. EDWARD PE ACHE, Chairman to the Mount Somers 28h 1 • -• .! Road Board. . ,

N O T I OVE.0 V E. To the people of Ashburton and the surrounding districts. Otago Bible and Book now opened in Saudders’ Buildings, with a LARGE STOCK of their goods, also a large collection of new prize books for schools. New vols. just arrived—Boy’s Own, Girl’s Own Annual. Young England, Chatterbox, Little Folks, iSandy, Child’s Companion, etc. A beautiful collection of CARPS, large and small. Sunday Schools supplied with all requisites at London publishers’ prices. BANKERS NEW HYMN BOOKS, No. 2 and No. 1 and 2 combined. Will remain to the sth December only. J. R. McDONALD, Travelling Agent. n 26 Vincent and Dow, PAINTERS, GLAZIERS, & PAPERHANGERS, Moobe Street (Near Royal Hotel), Beg to intimate to the residents of Ashburton town and district that they have, commenced Business in the above ..line. All work entrusted to them will be promptly"'done, ; and satisfaction is guaranteed. Estimates given.n2s g H E A R ING. SHEARING will commence at Lagxnhor Station on FRIDAY, Ist December. DONALD McLEAN, , n 2 87 '' Lagmhor. O ; T I 0 E. All RATES DUE to the Upper Ashburton Road Board to be paid to Mr Jephson, at his office, Tinwald. DONALD McLEAN, n 25 Chairman.; JjVO R‘ SA L E CHEAP. First-Class FIREPROOF SAFE; best maker, 3fL x 2ft 6in x 2ft. n 25 MATSON, COX & CO., ’

ASHBURTON SALEYARDS. Messrs matsox, cox & co. have received instructions from holder of Bill of Sale, to Sell by Public Auction, on TUESDAY, 28th Inst., ' At the Ashburton County Saleyards, The following ' Farjn Stock, f • ’Seized'nnder Bill of Sale, 3 Milch Cows 6 Horses ■ 6 Sete Harness ‘ 3 Reaping Machines 2 Drays, Iron Tank ' 40 Pigs, etc., etc. [■'"*' No Reserve. n 25 MATSON, COX & CO.

Valuable Land. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. Messrs matson, cox and co. ; have received instructions from the Mortgagees to Sell by Public Auction, on ’ ‘■' r . SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 1882, At their Land Sales R^oms, West stbeex, Ashburton, ,202 A 0 R E s 202 OK SPLENDID land Being R.S. 19532, 26911, 26862, and part of R.S. 25462, situated in the Asbbnrton Forks, now in the occupation of Mr Ruddiok; 30 acres are in English grass, the balance in crop. The above land is all good and to a farmer with small capital this sale offers an opportunity seldom to be met with, as most liberal terms of payment will be accepted. Sale at 2 o’clock sharp. MATSON, COX & CO. n 25 Ashburton.

SATURDAY, 2nd DECEMBER, MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr R. McKenzie t 6 offer for sale by Public Auction, at the Bazaar, Bunlett street, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, Lot 3, Containing Half-an-Acre, part ot F.S. 4940, fronting Beach road, Trevortpn, being main road to Wakanui, on which is erected a FOUR-ROOMED COTTAGE. Good site and land first-class for'garden purposes, Terms at Sale. 1 ' ' ; j j,! if i ; :Sale at 1.80. , J w J “r 7 bullock, ! b 26 a.. ..Li,i.: • ? Auctioneer.!

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 802, 25 November 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 802, 25 November 1882

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