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New Advertisements. ’ Pianos ! Pianos ! ) ORGANS HARMONIUMS. I TUESDAY, 19th DECEMBER, 2 o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions from the Importers to Soil by Public Auction, at his Rooms, A selection of instruments of guaranteed 1 1 quality, as follows ; Rosewood flopkinson Piano, No. 32,867 Walnut Hopkii.son Piano, No. 33,102 Rosewood Hopkinson Piano, No. 31,931 Walnut Brinsmead Piano,No. 22,644 Rosewood Harmonium, with 17 stops Pinafore Organ, no stops. These instruments are all in faultless order and condition, and the Auctioneer therefore calls the special attention of his friends to this sale, as such an opportunity to acquire a first-class instrument can but seldom occur. Without reserve. ALFRED HARRISON, Ud Auctioneer. STRAYED, on Saturday morning last, a Chestnut PONY, about 14 hands high ; one white hind leg. Finder will be rewarded on application to Ashburton Hotel. Ashburton cheese & butter FACTORY. In accordance with clause 54 of the Articles of Association, the whole of the Directors (nine in number) retire from office on Wednesday, December 13th, but I are eligible for re-election. The follow - ing gentlemen have been nominated in accordance with clause 59, to serve as Directors for ensuing year : Messrs J. Orr S. Revans Hi J. Clark * G. Wilkin F. Pavitt R. Friedlander R. Anderson S. Chapman J, Wheeler Messrs John Grigg -. Jas. Brown, Wakanui Charles T. Dudley -J. Flemming -W. Anderson G. Jameson C. P. Cox - S. E. POYNTZ, Sec. V. O R. T E. SATURDAY, the 16th instant, being be Anniversary of the Province, the Government Offices in the Canterbury Provincial District, excepting the Post and Pelegraph Offices, will be CLOSED on bat day. By order, G. S. COOPER, Under-Secretary. » Colonial Secretary’s Office, Wellington, 7th December, 1882.

JUNERAL NOTICE. The Friends of Mr Eobt. Maxwell, Wakanui, are respectfully informed that the FUNERAL of his late WIFE, Elizabeth, will leave the Residence of Mr Worrier, Moore street, Ashburton, at 2 o’clock TO-MORROW (Tuesday). G. PARKIN, Undertaker. ■■■■■■■■■■■ rj 1 E N D E R S. TENDERSare invited for STRIPPING 60 Acres Rye Grass (more or leas), on that property known as Brown’s Farm, near Ohertsey. Tenders to close on the 17th DECEMBER. For particulers, apply to J. BALFOUR, dll - On the Farm. 1 TENDERS are Wanted for HARVESTING One hundred and fifty Acres Rye Grass for Seed. Tenders to be sent in not later than next THURSDAY, the 14th inst. For particulars apply to DONALD McLEAN, lid Lagmhor. ROAD DISTRICT. TENDERS are required for MAKING FORDS and about 14 Chains of DITCH on the Wakanui School and Wilson’s roads. To be in by 12 noon on MONDA Y, Dec. 18th. FOOKS & SON, lid Surveyors, etc. BUILD E R S. T O TENDERS are invited for the Erection of a HOUSE in Brick and Stone. Plans and specification can be seen at our office, where Tenders, accompmied by a guarantee deposit of £5, are to be sent in not later than 12 noon on SATURDAY, Dec. 23rd. FOOKS & SON, lid Architects. TINS L o w RACES. The following HANDICAPS have been declared far the Winslow Races ; HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. J. WILKIE, j The Programme of Athletic Sports will be issued on the 19th inst. TO LET.—Commodious SHOP in East street, now in occupation of Mr J. W. Hayes. Possession to bo given on 2nd January, Mr Hayes removing to his new premises at the Arcade. T. BULLOCK. WANTED KNOWN—That lam selling Venus Nailrod at 6s per lb.; 1 Venus Twist, 6s 6d per lb.; Venus Navy J Twist, 6s per lb.; Tricopherous, Is 3d per 5 bottle. Enos’ Fruit Salt, 3s 3d per bottle. Also, Toys of every description, consisting of Dolls, Trumpets, Toy Drums, Tambourines, Wheelbarrows, r Carts, Guns, etc., etc. F. Clark, EAST STREET.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 815, 11 December 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 815, 11 December 1882

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