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f\ Public Notices I GLASGOW DRAPERY and I CLOTHING COMPANY. Hunj dreds of remnants of all kinds TIMARU /vQBIOULTDRAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. ENT WEN close for fcheep, Cattle, and Pigß on BATURDAY, 20th, and all other Eotrieson'i'UKSDAY 23rd Ootober F. W. STUtfBS, 10 157 Secretary, BAPTIST OHUivOH. SERVICES will be conducted m the Baptist Church, Peter Street, tomorrow 21at Instant, by (he Rbv. Lewis Shacklefoiu), of Greenda'.e, The oollec tioni tj be devoted to aiding Zenana Mleslonwywork In India. 10 167 PfIYSIOGNOMY ~" MR O. E. HUGO will deliver his third ieotore on MONDAY, Oat. 22 .d. Sabjeoi " Eyes and Lips." Doom open 7 30, oommenoe at 8 o'olook. Admlaelon, 1*». 18 169 TO CONTRACTORS. ~ TfINDtfRS are invited "op to WED-Nt-jfcDA* Moruinp noxi; f »r Plough Ing and Borrowing 150 aorPB lea land, ne«r the Hinds Kailway Station. For partloularfl app'y to GrO. JAMESON, 10*170 Asbburton. HAVP3 FOR SALE— One ten YV horso power Traction Engiie with Combine and Elevutora complete, all m perfect order. For full particulars apply to FKIEDLANJDER BEOS. 10+48 1.0.0. F., M.U. LOYAL TINWALD LODGE nnHE Anniversary of the above Lodge j will be celebrated by A BALL, In the Temperance Hall, Tinwald, on SHOW NIGHT, Friday, November 2nd Tickets — 3e 6 1 ; Lidltß free. Oommenoe at 8 30. 10 166 fTIHE Friends of Mr Ernest Edwabd 1. Task kb nre respectfully informed jhut the Funeral of his late infant eon, Reginald Ebnkrt, will move from hiß renidence, Beach Road, Trevor ton, on SUNDAY, the 2let inst., at 3 o'clock p m. for the Ashburton Cemetery. BAKER BROS., 10*163 Undertakers. GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY will open on Friday "ZEALANDIA' 1 BOOT STOEE, EAST STREET, Ashburton. finHE Largest and Best assorted Stook 1 of BOOTS AND SHOES m the Ashbarton Dlstriot. Being direct Importers we are enabled to (ffer the best productions of the English and Continental Markets at the lowest possible Prices* Great attention given to Qaallty and Fit, and our Patrons may * rely upon obtaining GOOD WEARING AND PERFECT FITTING BOOTS and SHOES. Ladles' Glaoe, Button and Lace. Ladies' Gulf, Kid, Button and Laoe. LadleB 1 Elaatio Sideß. liadles' Walking and Evening Shoea; Ladles' House Boots and Slippers, Gents' Fine Goods. Latest Styleß. Children's Boots and Shoes of all .Kinds. In Colonial make we always keep a full assortment of the Celebrated Zealandia Brand. Do not be misled. None are gennine unless branded ZEALANDIA, We guarantee all Boots of this make to give QOOD WEAR, and for Quality and Price are THE CHEAPEST IN THE COLONY. Bespoke & Repairing Department Thlß Department is carefully looked after. None but best material used, and the work done by experienced workmen, New springs put Into old Boots, and all kinds of repahf exoonted promptly. Note the Address — "ZEALANDIA" BOOT STOEE. EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. JR. HOMHJ, Manager. GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY. Tremendous Bargains. THURSDAY, 25t« OCTOBER, IMPORTANT Clearing Sale OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, HOUSE, GIG, SPRING TRAP AND HARNESS, &a, &o. MR T, BULLOOK has received instructions from Mr Wm. Hobnb (who hes let his residence) to Soil by Public Auction on the Premises near the oomer of North west Belt, on THURSDAY, 25th OCTOBER, B,'i9 Superior Household Furniture &o, &c, comprising— Piano, ia walnut, by Hoe] ling and Spangenberg, full trichord and check action ; a magnificent instrument, Brussels Onrpot and Hearth Rug, Fender and Fire Irons (brace), Ocoasioual Chajrs and Ladioß* Easy Chairs, Tablo and Cover, Lamp, Coach, Cut Glass Lustres, Fire Screen, Marble Clock, 21 days (striking), Card Tray, Bohemian Vases, Pictures, &o, Ac, Brußßels Carpet, Hoarth Rug, Handsome Cedar Book Case, Books, Tea Sot, Clock, Couch, Chairs, Tables, Curtains and Pole, Fender and Fire Irons, Pictures, Ornaments, &c. Ohebt Drawers ia Cedar, Wardrobe m Cedar, Double Braes Bedstead, Spring Mattrete, Horsehair Mattrosßoe, Pillowß, Bolsters, Dressing Tables and Looking Glasses, Washstande end Ware, Carpets, Fenders, Ohuirs, Niajht Commode, Curtains and Pole, &p. Oilcloth, Table, Mats, <fee , Kitchen Furniture and Utonsi's. Also, — I Suporior GIG (nearly now); 1 Cheetnut Buggy MARE, quiet to rido and drive • 1 Spring TRAP, Saddle and Bridge ; 1 Milner SAFE (equal to now), Manglo, Batb, CopyproßS, Vice, Plough, Grindstone, Gig and Cart Harness, Sundries, &c. &c. Sale at. 13 o'olook. T, BULLOOK, 10*145 AuflUonow.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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