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In Bankruptcy. IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District Oonrt of Aohburton (being a Looal Court of Bankruptcy), holden at Ashburton. In tho matter of " Tho Bankruptcy Act, 1883," and tho Aots amending the same. "VTOTIOE fo hereby given that J^l Davjd Caiiinor-.s), of Tin vald, englnedrlver, has this day been adjajioated a bankrupt, and that tho first meeting of Creditors will be held In the Distriot Oourthousn, Ashburton, on MONDAY, November 12th, 1888, at 11 30 o'olocc m the forenoon Dated this 6th day of November, 1888 J. 0 BELL, Deputy Official Assignee R. M. OUXHBERTSON, Solicitor for the debtor. 11*34 Public Notices GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY will open on Friday LONGBEACH ROAD BOAKD. rjnENDERS we invi'od for widening X Drain on Terrace Road. Particulata at our office. Tenders dote at 11 am. on FRIDAY, November 16th, 1888. FOOKS & SOtf, 11*36 Distriot Surveyors, Ashburton Wool Sales, ft 'HE FIRST SALE of the Season wili J. be held on or about (FEIDAY, 30th NOVEMBER. The Silts will 1 c held In the ORANuE El ALL, and communoo each day at one o'olcck punctually. Luncheon for Boyirs will be provided m t')e Orange Hull at half-p»at Twelve. Bayera are particularly requested to note the timo. MILES AND CO. FKIBDLANDKR BROS. 11*32 DAVID THOMAS. STOCK FOR SALK BY TENDER. OFFERS will bo rocoived for the following portions of Stock m Premises In Temuka : — I. DRAPERY 11. IRONMONGERY 111. BOOTS AND SHOES IV. GROCERY V. CHINA, GLASS, CROCKERY, etc One or more lots may be tendered for. Stcok Lists, with conditions of Tander, may be seen at Mr Robert Aloorn's, Merchant, Ashburton, or with the Subsotibor, to whom offers nuy bo addressed up till THURSDAY, Is;h lost. Premised to Lot. JAMES WINNING, Ht33 Tomuka. GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY. Tremendous Bargains. ADDFELLOW8 1 XT ALL

THURSDAY, 15th NOVEMBER. LECTURE BY Rev. P, R, Monro Of OHRIBTOHUROH, ON American Wit and Hnmor In aid of Presbyterian Ohuroh Organ Fund. Front Soatfl. la 6d. Back Seats, Ib, 11 38 NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. Races, 6th 7th, and Bth November, and Agbiodltural Show, Bth, 9ih, and 10th November, at Cnriatohuroh, ON the 6th, 7th, aud Bth November, the evening trains from Ohristohnroh o Ashburlon, and Rakala to Methven, 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 m the ordinary time-table a& under : — lnstead of the ordinary 7.30 a. m. train from Tlmaru to Ashbarton, and 10 55 a.m, train from Ashbarton to Ohrletohurch, 9 train will ran as nndor : a.m. a.m Timara dep 7.10 Asbburton dep 9.42 Ranßitato „ 817 Oherteey „10 13 Binds „ 9 0 lUkala „10 27 Winslow „ 916 Ohristohnroh pm. Tinwald „ 928 arrive 12 15 Stopping at othor stations, if requl'Od, and at Show Grounds, Addington (at 12 i p.m.), to allow paseengets to alight. The train from Mount Somers will start at 7.45 aim., arriving at Ashburton at 9.20 aim. 1 The morning train from Ashbarton to Ohristcburch will ran at the following altered time : — »!tn; I a.m Ashbarton dep 8.10 I Rakaia dep 8.5 Ohertsey „ 8.41 | Ohristohuroh I arrive 10,50 Stopping »t all other stations, as usual, up to Barnham, and between Barnham and Addington only, to sot down passen* gera, Stops at Show Grounds, Addington, at 10.39 a.m., to allow passengers to alight. The morning train from Mothven will start at 7-30 a.m., and be duo from liauriston at 8,2 a.m., arriving at Rakala at 8,45 a.m., stopping at othor stations if required, The evening train from Ohristohuroh to Ashburloo, end Rakaia to Methven. will run at the following altered times : — p.m. p,m, Ohristchuroh ' Rak*la dep 7,40 dep 5.20 Laurlnton dep 8,23 Addlogton Show Methven arr 8.55 Grounds 5,32 Stopplup at other Rakala drp 7.27 stations, if required Ohertsry dep 7.41 Ashburton arr 8,10 Stopping at other stations south of Rolleston, If required, Stops at stations between Addington and Barnham to take np passengers for south of RolleatoD, if required, A special train will leave Obrlstohuroh r for Oamsru at 9.15 p.m., stopping to set 1 down passengers where required. Saturday return farei •■ already advertised. t }l*9 ByOrdert

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1989, 7 November 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1989, 7 November 1888

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