Auctions TINWALD YARDS. TUESDAY, 6th NOVEMBER speoiaiTentry, 5 Superior SOWS, m Pig ; also Store Pigs. 11*22 T. BULLOCK, Auctioneer. TUESDAY, 6th NOVEMBER, At Tinwald Yards. PEDIGREE SHORTHORN BULLS. MEBSRS FRIEDLANDER' BROS, have reoeived instructions from Mr John Small, to sell by Publlo Auotion at the above time and place, — 1. Roan Bui 1 ) 2j years old, by The Baron (imp.), dam by Oxford Dake of Oambridge, bred by JobnQrlgg, Esq. 2. Roau Bull, 12 months, by Doctor, dam Beauty. We wish to call special attention to these bulls, they having taken Ist Priza In their olass at the Show. FBIEDLANDER BROS. PETEK WILLIAMS, Auctioneer, 11H8 Public Notices. ANTED, Good Feed for 600 Sheep. ' Apply to D. Thomas, Ashbarton. LOST on Show Grounds on Friday last Indiarubber 'lire of Perambuia. tor. Finder rewarded on returning same to J. QUANE AND CO. 11J21 MRS MORIiIS having disposed of her Business to Mb F. Hahbahan begs to return thanks for the liberal patronage afforded her tor the laßt four yeais, and solicits a continuance of the same for her successor. November 5 h. IN reference to the above the Undersigaed, bping a practical Baker, hopes by strict attention to Business and keeping s good article to merit a share of th > patronage of the inhabitants of Ashburtou. 11*20 P. HANKAHAN. ASHBURTON WOOLLEN MANUFAC TURING COMPANY, Lim. THE Third Annual General Meeting of Shareholders will ba held at the Arcade Chambers, Burnett Street, on FRIDAT, November 23, 1888, at 3 p.m. Business : To receive and consider reports of the Dlreotors and Auditor, and the Balance-sheet To eleot tiro Directors m the plaoa of Messrs D. H. Brown and John Orr, both of whom are eligible and offer themselves for re-election To elect an Auditor and fix his remunera* tlon To appoint a Public Officer for the Company And other general business. J. H. TWENTYMAN, Secretary, Forms of Proxy mast be lodged at the Company's office nut less than 72 hours' prtor to the meeting, NEW ZE ALAND BAILWAYS. MARKET TICKETS TO TINWALD DISCONTINUED. THE Issue of Market Tickets to Tinwald has been discontinued. 11*10 By Order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. Races, 6th 7>h, and Bth November, and Agbiooltural Show, Bth, 9th, and 10th November, at Cbristchuroh, ON the 6tb, 7th, aud Bth November, the evening trains from Ohrlstohurch to Ashburton, and Rakala to Metbven, will start at 5 25 pm. and 7.40 p.m. ; running 70 and 60 minutes respectively later than usual. FRIDAY, 9th~NOVEMBER: Alterations will be made In the ordinary timetable as nnder : — lnstead of the ordinary 7.30 a, m. train from Timaru to Ashbarton, and 10 65 a.m. train from Ashbarton to Ohrlstohurch, » train will ran as under : a.m, a.m Timaru dep 7- 10 Ashburton dep 9.42 Rangltata 817 Ohertsey „10 13 Hinds „ 9 0 Rakaia „10 27 Winslow „ 916 Ohristohuroh pm. Tinwald „ 928 arrive 12 15 Stopping at other stations, If requl od, and at Show Grounds, Addington (at 12 4 p.m.), to allow passengers to alight. The train from Mount Somers will star at 7.45 aim., arriving at Ashburton a 9:20 ».m; The morning train from Ashbarton to Christchurch will ran at the following altered time :— rfm; a.m Ashbarton dep 8.10 Rakala dep t.58 Ohertsey „ 8.41 Ohrlstohurch arrive 10,50 Stopping st all other stations, as usual, up to Barnham, and betireen Barnham and Addington only, to set down passengers, Stops at Show Grounds, Addington, at 10.39 a.m., to allow passengers to alight. The morning train from Methven will stact at 7<30 a,m M and be due from Lauriston at 8,2 a,m., arriving at Rak»la •t 8,45 a.m,, stopping at other stations If required, The evening train from Chrlstoharoh to Ashburton, md Rakala to Methven. will run at the following altered times :— p,m, p«m, Christchurch Rakaia dep 7.40 dep 5,20 Lanrlston dep 8,23 Addington Show Methven arr 8.55 Grounds 5,32 Stopplii? at other Rakala dep 7.27 stations, If required Cherts* y dep 7,41 Ashburton arr 8,10 Stopping at otber stations south of Rolleston, if re* quired. Stops at stations between Addington and Burnham to take op passengers for south of Rolleston, if required, A special train will leave Ohrlstchuroh forOamaraat 9.15 p.m., stopping to set down passengers where required. Saturday return farei ai already advertised.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1888, 5 November 1888
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