Public Notice 3 TO LET. A9-room?d Hoosa ia Wills Street, lately occupied by Mr S. W. Alcorn. — Apply to 10 227 JOHN ORR AND CO. £20 REWARD. IN consequence of the amount of Poaching going on m the Creeks on the Lagmhor ii'etate, tbo above reward will be paid to anyone giving in'ormation lhat will lead to a conviction. From tbis date NO ONB will bo permitted to fißh m tho Creeks on the Lagmhor Estate DONALD McLEAN. Lagtnfcor, 17th October, 1888. 10°144 SHOW NIGHT I! TWA ROUbTaT HAME. . ORANGE HAILT ASHBURTON, FRIDAY EVENING, 2nd NOVEMBER, At eight o clock. MR A. PURVE 1 , Iho well-known Scottish Voca'iet end Humorist, will give his original SCOTCH ENTERTAINMENT Consisting of SoDgs, Headings, Recitatione, and Anecdotes, illustrative of Scottish life and character. Come and hear the Auld SCOTCH SANGS Admission : Concert, Front Seats, 2a ; Back iSeats, Is j children half price. A BALL will follow the Concert. Admission : Gentlemen, 3s ; ladies free. For particulars bee Handbills, 1 JJ232 Auctions ! SATURDAY, Srd NOVEMBER. SPECIAL ENTRIES. On account of Mr W, S. Wilson, Dunedin, -I f\ Draught MAKIiS and GELDINGS On account of a northern Client, 3 Trucks GOOD DRAUGHT COLTS and FILLIES. On account of Me F. Standi n, — IGrey MARE, 6 yearß, by Dexter ; broken to saddle and harness ; faat trotter. On account of Mr Hugh O'Connor,— 1 Superior Draught FILLY, 3 years, broken to plough. -i Draught GELDING. Sale at 1 o'clook. ~t7 bullock, 10*231 Auctioneer. SATUBDAY, 3bd NOVEMBER, 1888. AT EAST STREET HORSE BAZAAR, At 12 o'olock sharp. MESSRS FRIEDLANDER Bros, hare received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at tho above time and place, — 2 Trucks OATEN SHEAF CHAFF, containing about 9 Tons. FRIEDLANDEIi BROS., PETER WILLIAMS, 10J221 Auctioneer. ASHBURTON SHOWBALE OF PEDIGREE 6TCCK. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3r», 1888. AT EAST STBEET~"hORSE BAZAAR; At 1 o'olock. MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS have received instructions to Bell by Publio Auction at the above time and place,— On Recount Mb Robert Gaavn, Mosglel, 5 GRAND DRAUGHT MARES tf and GELDINGS. 0 These are all young, of a superior ola*«, and on Inspection will be found to uphold Mr Gawn'a reputation as a judge of Firstclass Draught Stock. On account Mb Jas Stake, Ohrlstchurch, — 4 Superior Draught MARES i and GELDINGS. <± Mr Stark adriaes us that *;heae are of a class now seldom offered to the publio, and are well worth the attention of Breeders and others. On account Mr F. MoOtffarty,— IBiy GELDING, "Wallace," lat Prfz9 taker last year and exhibit this year. IVery Stylish Lady'a HACK, " MiDnio," exhibit at Show. On account W. Perks, — 1 Bay GELDING, "Nap," grand JL hunter ; exhibit at Show On account of Mr E. Monson, — 6 First-class HACKS and Baggy Heroes. On account of Mr A; Nicholas,— 1 Upstanding Brown MARE, 6 years, good m saddle and harness, quiet for a Lady to ride* On account of Mr H. Fawcett,— a Good HACKS and Harness Horces. On account of Mr John O'Grady,— i Superior HACK, 4 yeais. On account Mr J. D. Dent, — 1 Chestnut Gelding, 7 years, broken to saddle ; good mover, sound and quiet. 1 Grand Lady'a Back, 4 yoara ; good style* On acoount of a Client,—---1 Handsome GIG, m first-class order. *| Whiteohapel CART, almost new. On aooount of other Vendors, — "I Superior Draught Mares ~i t' XO and Geldings, Hacke, J.O and Light Harneeo Horses. We shall bo obliged if owners will make their entries at aa oarly a date »s possible so as' to enable us to duly advertise the ■ame. FRIEDLANDER BROS , PETER WILLIAMS, Auctioneer, 10 1»2
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1886, 2 November 1888
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