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Public No bices. { ASHBUttTON AGRICULTURAL &ND t PaSIOKAL AKSOO ATI jN. THE KLEVitoTH ' ANNUA.L KXidIBiTION OF Stock, Implements, ftc, f Will be held at the COUNTY SALLYARDS, AdHBURTON, ON FRIDAY, 2nd Jtamber, 1888. I Entries dose on FRIDAY, 26fch October. I In addition to the Private Pr'z-a List, Mr John Small will give a Prize of £1 1b tor the largest collection of small birds I heads. Mr B. F. Wright will give a truok load of Mount Somcrs coal, delivered at tbe Mount Somers Station, to the owner of J I the mare, In any olbbb on the ground, I whiob In the opinion of the judges will, I mated with a thoroughbred horae, be likely to breed a good dogcart mare or gelding. SPECIAL PRIZE. Max Friedlander, Esq.— The Bervloa of his enure " Blaokwood Abdallah," for the beat foal by that sire. Special entry. I Three entries of no award. G, F. Soott, speoial pr.'za of £1 Is, for I the beat three pony Mares, not to exoeed 13 hands, the bona fide property of one owner* ■^y^ntoroare requested to enter as this week, JOHN J. C. QUABB, 10J142 Secretary.. The Miners' Strike AT NEWCASTLE, N.S.W., HAS already proved to be a good thlog for New Zealand. The Increased output of all the mines In New Zealand has necessitated the employment of large numbers of men m addition to the regular staff kept by proprietors of mines, Keep yonr money tn New Zealand, and help to make employment for the population- Butn Mount Somera and Weatport Coal* I have made fresh arrangements for the supply of these two Coals, and oan now sell at Reduced Rates for CASH on delivery, Mount Sombbs Goal, Wkstpokt Coal Per toD, 22 j 6d 45s Half tou, 11s 6d 23a Quarter ton, 6s 12j Booking Extra. Mount Somers Coal per Track loud, m Tracks 17a 6d per ton Cash at Aahbarton Station. NEWCASTLE COAL ALSO IN STOCK JOHN G- RESTELL IRONMONGERY. JOHN ORR & CO. HAVE now landing and to arrive ex b.b. "Bayley " and 'Opawa," from London, and ex ll Clan Maoleod," from New York :— 2 Oases Bargan and Balls' and Ward and Pains' Sheep Shears, 100 Druma Boiled and Raw Oil 3 Tonß Genuine White Lead 1 Ton Red Lead 4 Casks Patent Dryers 10 Oases Varnish 150 Kegs Wire Nails 15 Tone Bar Iron 1 Ton Sheet Iron 6 Oases Iron Bedsteads 4 Oseea Spring Wire Mattresses Registered Grates, Ranges, and Stoves In great variety 40 Bundles Galvanised Tuba and Buckets 3 Oaaea Gorse Knives 2 Oaaeß Gotae Grubbers, single and double edge 3 Oases Priza Dundee Leather Beltng, from 1£ to 6 Inch 1 Oase Eleotro-plaled Forks and "■ Spoons 1 Ca6e Potoei Spoons and Forks 40 Bundles Spades md Forks 6 Caseß Garden Tcola 160 Oolla Plough Line Rope- Manilla and Flax, all sizes Lawn Mowers Hay Rakes, Soytheß, and Handles 2000 Yards Wire Netting, 2ft to 3ft 1 Oaee Garden Syringes 1 Case Rubber Hose Pipe 4 Cases Carpenters' Tools 2 „ „ Hammers 56 „ Amerioon Looks and Hard • ware 3 Oases Babbett'a Metal 2 „ Reap Hooks 10 „ Chairs 3 „ Chair Beds 4 „ Files 8 Casks Agste Enamelled, Ware 4 „ Holloware 2 „ Buehwflrer 2 „ . Tinware v 2 Oaaes Augers, Bits and Braces 4 „ Perambulators 4 „ Pitoh and Lampbaok 10 Drams Neatsfoot Oil 50 Oases Castor Oil 16 Crates and Casks Crockery $nd Glaßßware. In this lot will be found some beautiful Tidlet and Tea Sets SOLE AGENTS IN THE COUNTY FOR THE McCOKMICK Improved Steel Binders, JOHN OEE & CO. |

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1979, 25 October 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1979, 25 October 1888

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