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TOWN El [lssued at 4. New Advertii TTTANTED, by aYou W and RESIDED Address, Box 65. PRIMITIVE METHO Wills stre SERMONS in conr above Church will be SUNDAY NEXT, BV MRS HOLDER, of C Morning at 11. Even Collections in aid of tl QHEESE AND BUT 1 ] A MEETING will be School, on TUESDAY I at 8 p.m., to consider thi starting a Cheese and Bu SATURDAY, 16th I 2 o’clock Alfred harrisc instructions from sell by Public Auction, at CONSIGNMENT 0 Comprising 1 Breakfast Set, 40 piei China; 1 Breakfast maroon, gilt ; Mei sizes (a large quant Sauce Tureens, B Candles icks ; Set many beautiful ki Cups and Saucers; ■ graved; Pictures; P schaums ; Stsreosc each of Birds, 7, 8 Shades of Parrots; &c., <fec. ! ! ! WITHOUT RES] ALFRED HA] d 8 Ashburton oa i SOCIETY. Annual S] The Fourth Annual Spo the Ashburton Caledonian held on BOXING D On the Society’s New S; North-west Bt When the Prizes enumer be competed for : Programme or Sp 1. Quoits 2. Opec Handicap Hun Race, 440 yards, sixh dies—Men 3. One Milo Handle Walking Race ... 4. PipeMusic(Pibroohs a Marches) 5. 100 Yards Flat Eacs Open 6. Running High Jump Men 7. Running High Jump Boys 8. Scotch Reel (in Highla costume) 9. Grand Handicap FI P.or'ofl nf 900 varrla P

Sports to commence at 10 o’clock promptly. JAS. O. DUNCAN. 7d Secretary. HEATSTONE. J. McCONNELL begs to thank the public for their past support, and takes this opportunity to intimate that he has Opened a BLACKSMITH’S SHOP at Flemington, and hopes to merit a share of public support. Extras for McCormick Wire Binder on hand, and P. and D. Duncan’s D. F. Ploughs in stock. d 8 QHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES. THE LIITLE SHOP IN BUB NETT STREET, Three doors from East street, will be OPENED ON SATURDAY, DEO. 9th, With an entirely NEW STOCK OF ENGLISH, FOREIGN, & COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AND SHOES, Which will be Sold at Prices hitherto unheard of in Ashburton. Long wanted! Come at last—A really good Cutting Boot Shop. In this respect Ashburton is far behind other places, but we intend to Sell our Goods at the same Prices that have given universal satisfaction in Dunedin and elsewhere. J. G. GREEN & CO., Leicester Boot Warehouse, Ashburton ; Also, George street and Royal Arcade, 8d Dunedin,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 813, 8 December 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 813, 8 December 1882

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