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Public Notices A~ BALL. rnHE Tinwald Qindrilla Assembly will JL close their Dincing 01 asa by a Bill on TUESDAY, 23rd, at the Templar Hull Tinwald. Dancing to commence at 8 p.m Ti.kets 2a 6d. 10*156 GLASGOW DRAPERY and OLOTHING COMPANY. Hundreds of remnants of all kinds UPPER ASBBURTON ROAD BOARD. fpENDEBS will be received, addreosed JL to the Chairman, and marked " Tender," up to Noon of tho 29th Ooi , 1888, for the ondornofintloned works :— No; I—Shlogllng1 — Shlogllng 40 chains neae HticWthorne Eoad Station ; 12 y&rdn to the ohatn, aod fotda to be made where required. No. 2— Shingling about 15 chains Middle Road, Allenton ; 10 yards to tbe chain. No. 3— For making a permanent ford, and keeping name In repair for 6 montba, at Rawle's Grossing. Applicants to ftate how they would prooeed with the work. Specifications o&n be seen for Nob. 1 and 2, »nd Information obtained for the above works by applying at the Board's office, Tinwald, Tuesdays and Saturdays, before noon. By Order, JOHN D AVISOS, lOfUl Olegfc. "ZEALANDIA'' BOOT STORE, EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. THE Largest and Bent aaßorted Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES m the Aahbnrton District. Being direct Importers we are enabled to effer tbe best productions of the English and Continental Markets at the lowest possible Prloee. Great attention given to Quality and Fit, and our Patrons may rely upon obtaining GOOD WEARING AND PERFECT FITTING BOOTS and SHOES. 1 Ladles' Glace, Button and Lace. Ladieß' Oalf, Kid, Button and Laoe. Ladles' Elastic Sides. Ladles' Walking and Evening Shoes: Ladles' House Boots and Slippers, Gents' Fine Goods. Latest Styles. Children's Boots and Shoes of all Kinds. la Colonial make we always keep a full assortment of the Celebrated Zealandta Brand. Do not be misled. None are genuine unless branded ZEALANDIA, We guarantee all Boots of this make to give OOOD WEAR, and for Quality and Price are THE CHEAPEST IN THE COLONY. Bespoke & Repairing Department This Department la carefully looked after. * None bat best matoral used, and the work done by experienced workmen, New springs put Into old Boots, and all kinds of repairi executed promptly. Note the Address — " ZEALANDIA " BOOT STOBE. . EAST BTBEET, ASHBURTON, R. HOMW, Manager. Auctions j SATURDAY; 20th OOTOBER. AT EAST STREET HOBSE BAZAAR, > At 1 o'clock. SALE OF ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASBOOIATION SHOW PRIVILEGES i To be held on FRIDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER. MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS, have received instructions from the Secretary of the Ashbnrton Agricultural and Pastoral Association to Sell by Public Auction at the above time and place,— LOT I.— Publican's Booth, No 1 LOT IF.— Publloan'a Booth, No 2 LOT lll;— Confectioner's Booth, No 1 LOT IV —Confectioner's Booth, No 2 LOT V.— Right of Sporta FRIEDLANDER BROS., PETER WILLIAMS, 10*150 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27th. TINWALD "SECTIONS, MB T. BULLOCK has received iaitructions from H. A. Davies, Esq., to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on the above date, — LOTS 268, 269, and 362, each contalnlng about 32 perches, fronting Malcolm street, and immediately opposite the Railway Station, Tinwald. Also,— LOT 35, containing £-aore, fronting Archibald street, and near Mr Clark's office and stores. Terms at Sale. Sale at 12.15 10*158 T. BULLOCK, Auctioneer. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. Portion of the Celebrated Grove Farm Estate For Sale by Public Auotlon. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from the Proprietors, to Sell by Pablio Auction, at the Arcade, on SATURDAY, Ootober 27th, several amall holdings, part of the oelebratrd Grove Farm Estate, as follows, viz : — LOT 20, containing 21a Of 38p, come? of Graham and Grove roads LOT 51, 12a Or 37p LOTS 21, 22, 23, containing lla Or 3lp, lla Or 26p, lla Or 12p, respectively, fronting Graham's Road A BLOCK of about 6$ Korea, having four frontages on Harland, Grove, Manchester, and Wllklu Streets A BLOCK of about 6J acres adjoining, between Thompson, Harland, Manchester, and Wll kin Streets. These are very eligible Sites for Private ! Residences, conveniently situated, and the laud is of first-class quality. Persons desirous of procuring small holdings such as these are respectfully I invited to lnspeot the several blocks to b& offered and attend the sale. » Terms Liberal. Sale at 12 15. 1 10 H6 X. BULLOCK, Auction*.*, l

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1974, 19 October 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1974, 19 October 1888

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