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Public Notices, Tk) L'^T— s.-nnmtd hounc Id Cameron Street. — Apply to T. BULLOCK. P'>PDLA.R LKO.UKE —Mr J. Topii M rf CbrinViurob, will Lecture i i the Tmnplar Hall on THURSDAY 1 EVEMSG ruxt Ruljoct— "D.D.D." O.mm.incfc at 8 o'clook. Admission f rp« OoileottoD, 1+.2!) GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY, East Street, next Patching, Sailmaker. ORANGE LODGE, No 25, RAKAIV. mas annual ball win bo held m JL the Town Hall, Rakaii, on MOXL>aY E.'enlnp, "November 5 h, 18 C B. Dancing t<> co"om"noe at 8,30. TtokotH, 361 RofroehranU froo. WILLIAM SHANNON. 10J209 DM, ART SOCIETY. A POPULAR LECTURE m "Tho First Artist" will bo delivered by O. E Bcqo at tho Association's Rooms, Sauod'-re' Puddings, on THURSDAY, Novombor let. Chuir to be tnkoa at 8 p.m. sharp. No charge for ad mieeion. E. M. BLAKE, 10 219 JSeirotory^ ABHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE Biirgoosea aro roqaeatcd to observe FRIDAY, 2jd November, as a HOLIDAY, being tho dny appointed for tbta Association's Eleventh Aontnl Show. (Signed) ALFRED HARRISON, 10 226 Mayor. £20 REWARD. 1H consequence of tho amount of Poaching going on m tho Creokß, on tho Lagnihor Ketato, tho abovo reward will be paid to onyono giving in f ormation that will lead to a conviction. From tbiß.dato NO ONIS will bo permitted to fieh ia the Creeks on tho Lagmhor Estate. DONALD MoLEAN. Lagrahor, 17th October, 1888. 10°144 "~ NEW ZKALANDBAILWAVSV FARES TO ASH BURTON FOR AGRI ULTIR\L SHOW. SATURDAY RETURN TIOKKT3 to AaKbarton will bo labaeel on tho 2nd November (Show day), at Ohrietohuroh, Tlmaru, and Intermediate Stations, available for rotnrn till D'h November On the 2nd traina will atop ot the Sa'eyards aiding (opposite to the Showgrounds) to taki» ap aid set down panoengore. Fiiraa from Ashburton to Sulcyardß siding nr<d back : First olasa, 6d : Sjoond class. 1 10t213 By Order. BANK HOLIDAY. PURSUANT to "The Banka »nd Binkora Act, Araendmont Ao», 1882," FRIDAY, the 2nd day of November, 1888, Is hereby appointed as a special Bank Holiday at the offices of tho undermentioned Banks at Aahburton and Rakala. Tho Union Bank of Australia, LJm, JOBEPH PALMER, Chief O£oer. Tho Bank of Australasia. E. W. MORRAH, Innpeotor. The Bank of New Sonth Wales. GILBERT KING, Assistant Inspector. The Bank of New Z -aland. JOHN MURRAY, 10 191 7 lottppcto*. , BHOW NIGHT !1 TWA HOUrTaT HAME. ORANGE HALIT^ASHBURTON, FRIDAY EVENING, 2nd NOVEMBER, At eight o'clock. MR A. PURVEY, the well-known Scottieh Voca'iet and Humorist, will give his original SCOTCH ENTERTAINMENr Consisting of Songs, Readings, Rooitationp, and Anecdotes, illuetrativo o£ Sooitiah lifo and character. Come and hoar tho Auld SCOTCH BANGB Admission : Concert, Front Keats, 2a ; Back Scats, Is ; children half price. A BALL vrill follow th« Concert AdmissDN : Gentlemen, 3b ; ladioafreo. For particulars rice Handbills. 10J232 Rink de Paris. THURSDAY, Nov. I— Raoo for the Championship. SATURDAY AND MONDAY, Nov. 3rd and sth. Professor Rollinson PROFESSOR ROLLINSON PROFESSOR ROLLINBON THE GREAT BIOYOLE KING, Admleslon, 1« ; Reserved seats, 2s. Soaeon ticket holdors, Is ; Skatci free. | Doors open »t 7.30 o'clook. R. ELSTON, < Leaneo and Manager. The Miners' Strike AT NEWCASTLE, N.S.W,, HAS already proTfld to be • good thing for New Zealand. The Increased output of all the mlnen In New Zealand has necessitated the employment of large numbers of men In addition to the regular etaff kept by proprietors of mines. Keep your money In New Zealand, and ! help to make employment for tho popnla- 1 tlon. Burn Mount Somen and Westport Coal. I have made fresh arrangements for the i supply of these two Ooals, and can now sell at Reduoed Bate* for CASH on delivery. Mount Sombbs Coa%. Webttort Goal 3 • 6d 45s Half ton, 11s 61 23s Quarter ton, 6j 12a Booking Ettia, Mount Somore Coal p:r Track load, In Truoki 17s Gd per ton Oaeh at Aahbarton Station. NEWCASTLE OOaITaLSO IN STOCK JOHN eriKIEEL,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1984, 31 October 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1984, 31 October 1888

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