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■ Public Kotice3 TENDERS. HRENDERS wanted for Painting TinX wald Hotel. Apply M. SCOTT, 10 234 TinwalOL REID AND GRAY'S NEW IMPROVED T OWDOWN TjILBVATOR-piNDER L ±Li d Will be exhibited at work at the forthcoming Show, and may be Been aflevthat In our yard at Aahbnrton. 11*4 £10,000 GIVEN AWAY TO BUYERS OF A BOTTLE OF BREiiDALBANE WHISKY Shipped by Alex. Ferguson & Co. Glasgow. Particulars fiom nil Wine Merchant?, Store- j kei.pers, Hololkaepera ana Spirit Dealers. Whol sale Ageuta— Wm. SoouiiAß A 00. Dunedin, KZ. 10_7 1.0.0.P., M.U. LOYAL TINWALt) LODGE nnHE Anniversary of the above Lodge JL will be celebrated by A BALL, m the Temperance Hall, Tlnwald.on SHOW NIGHT, Friday, November 2nd Tioketa — 3a 6i ; Ladles free. Commence at 8 30. 10 166 IMPORTANT. "" WANTED Known. —Everyone who stayed at the LEVIATHA.Nin Dunedin says the Board and Accommodation whioh it sffords is Not Surpassed m this part of the world. ITT ANTED Known;— All wbo VV have put up at tb.9 LEVIATHAN m Dunedin are univeraal Id opinion »a to its being very decidedly the MUST CONVENIENT HOTEL to BUy al. 1115 Rink de Paris, THURSDAY, Nov. I— Raoe for the Championship. SATURDAY AND MONDAY, Nov. 3rd and stb. Professor Rollinson PROFESSOR ROLLINSON PROFESSOR ROLLINSON THE GREAT BIOYOLE KING, Admission, la ; Reserved seats, 23. Season ticket holders, Is ; Skates free, Doors open at 7.30 o'clook. R. ELSTON, Lessee and Manager. SUPPORT LOOAL INDUSTRY. ESPEOIALLY WHEN THE PBODUCT IS VERY SUPERIOR. HAVING made a special purchase of a large lot of Ashburton Tweeds, part of which I have had made ap m the best style and finish, I now offer better value m Men's, Youths', and Boys' Suits, than can be had anywhere m New Zealand, Suits to measure, both fit and material guaranteed. ; VALUE UNEQUALLED. KOBEKT~ALCORN, ASHBURTON CLOTHING MART, SAUNDERS' BUILDINGS. ASHBURTON AGBICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION, THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF Stock, Implements, <k, Will be held at the COUNTY SALE YARDS, ABH BURTON, ON FRIDAY, 2nd JoYember, 1888. In addition to the Private Prize List, Mr John Small will give a Prize of £1 Is for the largest collection of small birdß heads. Mr E. F. Wright will give a truck load of Mount Somera ooal, delivered at the Mount Somern Station, to the owner of the mare, m any class on the ground, whioh In the opinion of the judges will, mated with a thoroughbred horse, be likely to breed a good dogcart mare or gelding. SPEOIAL PRIZE. Mbx Friodlander, Esq.— The sorvios of his entire " Blaokwood Abdallab," for the best foal by that sire. Special entry. Three entries of no award. G, F. Soott, speoial prize of £1 1«, for the best three pony Mares, not to ezoeed 13 hands, the bornx fide property of one owner,, john"jTc. quane, 10J142 Secretary. H, J. WOOD & Co. STATIONERY HALL, JtTriedlander's Buildings ABhburton. NEW BOOKS. A LARGE Selection of the latest oheap Editions. New Books for Sohool Prizes and Presentation In great variety. A speoial discount to Sohool and Library Committees PHOTO XMAS CARDS OF N.Z. SCENERY, for friends m the Old Country. A lot of cheap Maslo at less than Half Prioe. New Musio by every Mail. Large stook of Stationery and Aooonnt; Books of every description. Writing Oases and Desks, Scrap, Photo, and Fern Albums, Work Boxes, Purses, Card Oases, Pocket Books, Photo Frames, and every description of Fancy Stationery. LETTS' DIARIES FOR 1889. Commercial, Rough, and Pocket Serleß. Grocers' and Drapers' Wrapping Papers In any quantity, Any Book out of stook procured from our Ohristohurch Establishment, the stook of which is one of the Largest and best Assorted m the Colonies, or frotu our London Agency. H. J. WOOD & GO,, STATIONERS' HALL,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1885, 1 November 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1885, 1 November 1888

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