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Public Notices ' __ . STRAYED. STRAYED in'o Cookson'a Stables, a bay Hack Mare, blind on off side. Owner can bare same by paying expenHefl. Bead ••THE MIRROR," A HIGH- CLASS Weekly Social, Politicul, Literary, and Dramatic paper, to bo published ovory FRIDAY, price 3d, by tho Centennial r'rinting and Publishing Company, Limited, Melbourne Place, Bueeell Street, Melbourne, EEID AHD GKA.Y'B NEW IMPROVED T OWDOWN TpHi)VATORT>INDER Ll £i D Will be exhibited at work at the forth' > coming Show, and may bo seen after that m our yard 8t Aahbarton. I*4l Wool I AM prepared to purchase WOOL of ail descriptions, la any quantity at I full market prices. G. BIBSBT. A'io buyer of SHEEPSKINS and IDES. 11 28 THE "RED CROSS" PRESERVING COMPANY, Obapol Street, South Yarra, Victoria. /"BANNED Tomatoes, equal to American, \J and at came price ; also Peaohes, Pears, Apricots, of the finest quality, and m heavy syrup. All these goodß are manufuotnred under the supervision of Mr George Jumea Ward, lato of California. Tho Jams, Jollied, Pickles, Totnata Sauce, and Assorted Sauces of this Company are well known to be better than any imported, . 6 213 GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY will open on Friday £10,000 GIVEN AWAY TO BUYERS OF A 8./LTLE OP BRB4DALBAHE WHISKY Shipped by Alex. Forgußon & Co. Glasgow. Particular* f.-om t.ll Wino MorchanlH, Storokoipers, Hoiolkeepers and Spirit Daalers. Whol Bale Agb'te— Wm. Eoqular ft Co. Dnnedin. N.Z. 10 7 I STOCK FOR SAL'S BY TENDER. OFFERS will bo received for the following portions of Stock m Premises In Temuka : — I. DRAPERY 11. IRONMONGERY 111. HOOTS AND SHOES IV. GROCERY V. CHINA, GLASS, OfcOCRERY, etc One or more lota may be tendered for. Stcok lists, with conditions of Tander, may be aeen at Mr Robert Aloorn's, Merchant, Ashburton, or with the Subscriber, to whom offers m»y be addresied up till THURSDAY, 15. h lust. Premises to Lot. JAMES WINNING, 11133 Temuka. Rink de Paris, i Jtrikob of Wales .Birthday THE RINK will be open In the EvenlDg from 7.30 to 10. Admission, 6d ; Skktoa, GJ. THE RTNK is open every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, Morning Sessions, 7 to 8, and 10 to 12. Admission free ; Skates, 6d. Afternoon and Evening. 2.30 to 4.30 ; 7 30 to 10 o'olock, R. ELSTON, Lessee and Manager. ADDFELLOWS' TTALL THURSDAY, 15th NOVEMBER. Lecture by Rev. P. R. Monbo, of Ohrlstohurch, on American Wit and Humor In aid of Presbyterian Church Organ Fund Synopsis of Lkoxubb :— Introductory: Definitions of wit and humour, examples ; Characteristics of American vlt and humour ; Illustrations representatives of typical Men— Washing* ten Irving, a sketch ; Orlliolam and QuoUtlons ; John Ball j Oliver W, Holmes, • sketch, an estimate, and readings ; The Stetheoeooplo Song ; Night, by a Tailor ; The old man's dreams ; Will Oarleton ; Readings ; The new Ohuroh Organ ; Udolo Simmy ; Jamea Russell Lowell ; The Bigelow papers ; The pious Editor's Creed ;on War ; Mark Twain and Bret Harte ; a brief Estimate ; Artomus Ward ; a Sketch and Readings ; Josh Billings ; Aphorisms j Max Adeler ; Readings, various. Tickets— Front Scata, 1b 6a. Back Seats, Ib, Doors open at 7.30; Leoture at 8, MR MONRO will give a Leotute at Wakanul on FRIDAY Evenlog, at 7.30. Subjeot— (l F*ther Matthew." 11 42 The Miners 1 Strike AT NEWCASTLE, N.S.W., HAS already proved to be a good thing for New Zealand. The Increased output of all the mines In New Zealand has necessitated the employment of large numbers of men In addition to the regular elaff kept by proprietors of mines. Keep your money In New Zealand, and help to make employment for the population. Burn Mount Someis And Westport Coal. I have made fresh arrangements for the supply of these two Coals, and can now soil at Reduced Rates for CASH on delivery. Mount Somrrs Coax., Wxsxpobt Coal Per ton, 23i 6d 45s Half ton, 11s 6i 233 Quarter ton, 6 a 12s Booking Extra, Mount Somers Coal per Truok lo»d, In Trucks 17s Cd per ton Oath »t Ashborton Station, NEWCASTLE OOaTaLSO IN STOCK JOHN a.iESTELL.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1992, 9 November 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1992, 9 November 1888

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