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New Advertisements. FRIDAY, 29th DECEMBER. SALE OF Farming Plant, &c., IN THE RANG IT AT A DISTRICT. UNDER BILL OF SALE AND DISTRESS FOR KENT. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to sail by Public Auction, at the Homestead of the Farm formerly in the occupation of Mr A. J. Fountaine, on FRIDAY, 2sth DECEMBER, The whole of the FARMING PLANT, HORSE?, &c. As follows—r , ■ 5 Draught HORSES 1 Buggy . 2 COWS 2 WOOD’S REAPERS and BINDERS Roller, Grubber. Ploughs, Harrows, Harness, aha other Farm Implements. Also. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Sale at 1 o’clock prompt. T. BULLOCK, d 23 Auctioneer.

SUMMER FL'OWER Show, To be held in the ASHBURTON TOWN HALL ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1882. Open to all except Nurserymen. Entrance fee- —For Competition, first entry, Is ; each succeeding entry, 6d. For Exhibition only, free. The following Special Prizes are offered by various Gentlemen and Ladies : 1. Best Specimen Rose in Pots—ss 2. Collection of best habited Bedding Plants—ss 3. Beat Hand Bouquet for Girls under 15 years —7s 6d 4. Best Pot Rose (Glorie de Dijon)— 5s 5. Best Pot of Musk—4 wire hanging baskets G. Best Clematis in pots—ss 7. Best Collection of Potatoes (varieties) 5s 8. Best Collection of Antirrhinums—ss 9. Beat Collection i f Window Plants, to be shown on stand —10s 10. Best Collection of Native Ferns (special entry required)—ss , No. 3. special prize to be made up in the presence of a committee of ladies, and then staged for judging. 11. Six Apples (last season)—6s 12. Best Dish of Raspberries—ss 13. Best six Gladioli (not less than three varieties) —5s 14.’ Best Dish twenty Gooseberries (size and weight)—ss 15. Best Collection of Sweet Williams — os 16. Beat Collection if Fruit (fruiterers excepted)—ss and 2s 6d, given by Mr Smith . ‘ 17. Best Collection of Cut Bloom of Geraniums—3s 6d, given by Mr Smith 18. Special prize of 5s for the best Collection of Dianthus, given by Mr Revans. Special entry required. 19. Also, a special prize of 10s for the largest Prize Taker in the Fruit and Vegetable Classes combined, given , by a professional 20. Special prize given by R. W. Shearman, Esq.—los 6d for the best ten Color Geraniums, in pots, five doubje and five single. Special entries required in each case. Open from 2 to 10 p.m. Admission,to the Hall, la. Entries must be made before noon on 'FRIDAY, December 29, 1882; and all Exhibits must he at the Hall by 9 a.m. on December 30th. , Should the funds be deficient, prizes will be paid pro rata. S. E. POYNTZ.

WAITED KNOWN—That lam sek ling Yenus Naiirod at 6a per lb.; Venus Twist, 5s 6d per lb.; Venus Navy Twist, 6s per lb.; Tricopherous, Is 3d per bottle. Enos’ Fruit Salt, 3s 3d per bottle. Also, Toys of every description, consisting of Dolls, Trumpets, Toy Drums, Tambourines, Wheelbarrows, Carts, Guns, etc., etc. F. dark, EAST STREE T, slB Amusements. , TAR OF ASHBURTON LOYAL 1 ORANGE LODGE, No. 23. 1 Grand Concert, ON BOXING DAY EVENING, DEC 2&tn, 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 apd Mr Harrison. Duettists ; Misses Butler and MpTeagpp. 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: M* H. A. Gates. Elocutionist; Mr R. Minnis; Champion Highland Dancers : Mr James Murray, Dunedin-; Mr J. W. Mcßae and Master Ddnald Mcßae, Ashburton; Piper: Mr D. Campbell, late of the 42nd Black Watch. Doors open at Half-past?; Concert at 3. , Tickets—3s, 2s, and Js. A BALL Will follow the Concert; and an efficient I String Band has been engaged. d!8 Ecclesiastical. dEARMOJN GHAE LI C. BITHIDH SEAEMOIN GHAELIO ann’s an ASHBURTON air LA NOLAIG (Decai&ber 25th) aig leth.uair an deigh dha, ann’s an EAGLAIS ALBANAICH le Rps.- ALASD AIR MAC-A-LEINEN. 9d

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 826, 23 December 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 826, 23 December 1882

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