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DAILY MEMORANDA.

AUCTION SALES Saturday, December 30. Matson, Cox/a’hd Co., at their BazaarHorses, Cows, PigsJ Poultry, Sundries, &c.; 11.30 a.m. Mi T. Bullock, at the Bazaar—Horses, 1 p,m. MV Alfred ‘ Harrison, at the yards— Horses, Pigs, Produce, &c.; 12 noon. Mr W. y, Alien, at his rooms, Burnett Pigs, Poult) General Produce, &c.; 11.30 a.m. Wednesday, January 3. J. T. Ford and Co., at the Homestead of Mr John Black, farmer, Wakanui— Contractor’s Plant; 11 a.m. •Tuesday, January 9. Matson, Cox and Co., at the Tinwald ■ Yvds —Stock. MEETINGS, AMUSEMENTS, &o To-morrow, ..... Friday* December 29. pfnwieraet Lodge, Monthly Meeting, in the Masonic Hall, Tancred street, 7.30. Monday, January 1. Ball—J.» Clark’s Grain Shed, Tinwald. Winslow Races and Sports. Wakanui Races and Sports, Contort apd Ball—Railway Goods Shed, .-^uethven. Tuesday, January 2. R'Shburton Permanent Building and In.yestmept Society, Monthly Meeting, 'ftom 6.30 to 8.30 p:m. Wednesday, January'3. County Council* At the County Council , Chambers,, at 11 o'clock. Summer Flpwer Show—Town Hall. j Thursday, January 4. L.O.L.—Monthly Meeting, Templar Hall. ,>_r Saturday, January 6. Wakanui Road Board—Monthly Meeting, ■ Road- Board Office, Moore street

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DAILY MEMORANDA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 829, 29 December 1882

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DAILY MEMORANDA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 829, 29 December 1882

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