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New Advertisements. I'ENDERS are invited for HARVESTING, as follows About 240 acres Wheat (Maori reserve), near Racecourse 90 acres Oats, close to Smith’s Garden’s 100 acres Wheat, Grove Farm 15 acres Oats, Grove Farm 280 acres Wheat, Ashburton Borough itserv,, Hinds 140 acres Oats, Ashburton Borough reserve, Hinds Oats to be tied with twine, or handtied. Machines can be arranged for. Tenders to be sent in not later than the 27th instant to WILKIN & CARTER, Tinwald, Where full particulars can be seen, or JAMESON & ROBERTS, d2O Ashburton. A SHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. TENDERS are invited for Eight Miles WATER-RACE and Twelve FORDS, Binds district, in one contract. Plan and specification can be seen at County Council Office, and tenders, addressed to the Chairman to be sent in not later than 11 o’clock a.m., SATURDAY, 23rd Dec., 1882. By order. WILLIAM BAXTER, 20d County Engineer. c ALEDONIAN SPORTS. CALEDONIAN SPORTS. IMPORTANT PUBLIC NOTICE. MrTHOS. QUILL begs to inform the public that, having purchased the privilege of Supplying Refreshments on the above ground, he will pledge his reputation that nothing but what can now be obtained at Quill’s Hotel will be disposed of, viz., the Purest and Best description of Spirits, Wines, and Ales. T. QUILL, 20d ‘ Commercial Hotel. THE GREAT QUESTION— namely, Where can we get genuine Teas, and properly blended so as to secure the greatest amount of strength and flavor—having been solved by. Nelson, Moate and Co., it remains only for me, as agent, to assure that part of the public who may not have tried them that they are really what it is said they are. I have many customers who buy these Teas in packets and boxes regularly, and all seem, and many say they are, well pleased both as regards quality and price. My friends of the ungentler sex will excuse me if I direct the attention of the ladies to these superior Teas, because their palates, not being vititiattd by tobacco, are able to appreciate the fine aroma. For Christmas supplies see another advertisement. While wishing all my kind friends the compliments of the season, I would add that I feel grateful for the liberal support Ifhave received since starting business, and in future I shall do my best to deserve the confidence of those who favor me with their orders. H. M. CARSON, Fruit and Italian Warehouse, next Bank of New Zealand, East street. sll

WANTED KNOWN—That lam selling Venus Nailrod at 6s per lb,; Venus Twist, 5s 6d per lb.; Venus Navy Twist, 6s per lb.; Tricopherous. Is 3d per bottle. Enos’ Fruit Salt, 3a 3d per bottle.. Also, Toys of every description, consisting of Dolls, Trumpets, Toy Drums, Tambourines, Wheelbarrows, Carts. Guns, etc., etc. F. Clark, EAST STREET. s!8

Meetings. UNITED TEMPERANCE DEMONSTRATION. All ACCOUNTS owing by the Committee of the above must be rendered to the Secretary by noon on FRIDAY, 22nd Dec., and a MEETING of ihe Delegate? is Convened for 8 o’clock of the same evening, when every Delegate is requested to attend and pay up. S. E. POYNTZ, 18cl Hon. Sec. Amusements. BSS S' TAR OF ASHBURTON LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 23. Grand Concert, BOXING DAY EVENING, DEC 26th, IN THE TOWN HALL, ASHBURTON, In aid of the New Orange Hall Building Fund, ~, • The Programme will comprise Glees, Solos, Instrumental Music, Elocutionary Pieces, and Highland Dancing, by the following ladies and gentlemen:— Sopranos : Mrs Craighead, Mrs R. J. Harrison, Mrs Dunn, and Miss Sinclair. Alto ; Miss G. Gates. Tenor: Mr Piischel. Baritones: Mr Branson and Mr Harrison. Duettlsts : Misses Butler and McTeague. ORCHESTRA. Violin: Mr H. Permain; Cornet: Mr G. Hoskins; Flute: Mr Dunn; Double Bass: Mr Uter Hoskins; Violoncello: Mr H. Gates; Piano: Mies Gates. Conductor: Mr H. A. Gates. Elocutionist: Mr R. Minnia; Champion j Highland Dancers : Mr James Murray, Dunedin; Mr J. W. Mcßae and Master Donald Mcßae, Ashburton; Piper; Mr D. Campbell, late of the 42nd Black Watch. Doors open at Half-past 7; Concert at 8. Tickets— 3s, 2s, and Is. A BALL , Will follow the Concert, and an efficient ( String Band has been engaged. d!8

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 823, 20 December 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 823, 20 December 1882

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