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Public Notices. tjIOUND Straying— Two draught mares, ; one horse ; colours, blaok, roan, sud dark bay — Th> s. WHiTriNQTON, Pet* r Btreel.8 t reel. 1C+228 t| O LET— S roomed house In Cameron JL Street. — Apply to T. BOLLOCK. TO LET. A9-roomed House m Wills Street^ lately occupied by Mr S. W. Alcorn. — Apply to 10 227 JOHN ORR AND 00. OPOLAR LECTURE— Mr J. Totham of Ghristoburcb, will Leoture i tbe 'iVtuplar Hall on THURSDAY EVE-IJiG ,n»xt Subject— " D b.D." Commence at 8 o'olook. Admission res Oi.lleodon. 10t239 ASUBORTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. r pHE Burgesses are requested to obierre JL FRIDay, 2 id November, as a HOLIDAY, being the day appointed for this association's Eleventh Aunual Shov. (Signed) ALFRED HARRISON, 10 226 Mayor. Rink de Paris, THURSDAY, Nov. I— Race for the Championship. SATURDAY AND MONDAY, Nov 3rd »nd sth. Professor iSollinson PROFESSOR ROLLINSON PROFESSOR ROLLINSON THE GREAT BIOYOLE KING, Admission, Is ; Reserved seats, 2a. Season tloket holders, Is ; Skate* free. Doors open at 7 30 o'olook. R. ELSTON, ; Lessee and Manager. TIMARU AGRICULTURAL AND PABTORAL ASSOCIATION. The ASSOCIATION'S TWENTY-TSIRD ANNUAL BHOW OF STOCK,, &o , i 17 ILL be held on the ASSOCIATION'S VV GROUNDS, Wai-itl Road, on TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, October 30th and 31st, 1888. Consisting of Shoep, Cattle, Horses, Pigs, Dogs, Dairy and Agricultural Produce, Implements, Wool, eto. Prizes ninouoting to about £550 will be given m Pieces of Plate, Module or Caeh. For further particulars see Posters. Prize Lists may be obtained on application to JOHN J. C. QUANE, Aahburton; And F. W. STUBBB, , 10 25 Secretary. Frozen Meat \ I7"F aro prcpaiod to mako LIBERAL VV ADVA NOES on Frozen Moat placed m our hands for Bale m the Home Markets. Messrs Miles Bros., etc,, our London Agents, give Bpecial attention to Uub hjihinAßß, oud navo been auccessfuL hi ObtaiDing the Highest prices. SHIPPERS OAN DEPEND ON LIBERAL ADVANCES, PROMPT SETTLEMENT, SEPARATE ACCOUNT SALES From the moment that Stock are delivered at the Freezing Works or m tho railway trucks to our order we uudortake responsibility of Shipping and payment of all local charges, Freight, Insurance, eto«, tbuß relieving shippers of all trouble and loss of time. MILKS & 00., Christohurch. GEORGE JAMESON, Agent, 6 71 Ashburton and Rakala* Wm. Zander, TOBACCONIST, FISHING TACKLE AND FANCY GOOD 3 EMPORIUM, AND HAIR DRESSING SALOONS EAST STREET, HAS muoh pleasure In announcing that he has to arrive, ex "Aorangi, ' a Grand Assortment of Fancy Goods of every description, and as he must make room for these he has RE- MARKED all the Stock, and every item Is now obtainable at a very considerable Discount. Special Arrangements made to Clubs. Large Stook of Fishing Tackle, Including everything requisite for the Sport. Cricketing, Lawn Tennis, and Football Materials. Meerschaum Pipes and Tobacconists Goods In Variety. The Hair Dressing Department is now In charge of a first-clasß Tonsorlal Artist, and to meet tbe times the charge for Lair cutting Is reduced to a nimble Sixpence. Ladles Hair worked up on the Premises at shortest notloe. Wigs on hire. Note tbo AddressMONTGOMERY'S BUILDINGS, East Street, Ashburton, The Miners' Strike AT NEWCASTLE, N.S.W., HAS already proved to be a good thing for New Zealand. The Increased output of all the mines In New Zealand bas necessitated the employment of large numbers of men m addition to the regular el all kept by proprietors of mines. Keep your money In New Zealand, and help to make employment for the population. Burn Mount Somen and Westport Coal. I have made fresh arrangements foe tho supply of these two Coals, and oan now sell at Reduoed Rates for CASH on delivery* Mount Somers Coil,, WEsrroßT Coal Per t 6d 45a Half ton, lis 6i 23 1 Quarter ton, 6j 12s Booking Extra, Mount Somers Coal per Truck load, m Trucks 17s 6d per ton Cash at Ashburton Station. NEWOASTLE COAL* ALSO IN STOOK JOHN uTreSTELL.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1983, 30 October 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1983, 30 October 1888

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