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Auctions ________ SATURDAY, 24 h NOVEMBER, 2 o'olock sharp. I LFRED HARRISON, inatruoted by * Owner, will SeJl by Puhlio Auction at h'"a Rooms, — Lot No 36, containing 2 Aoros, Leeston street. Lot No 37, oontaiDing 2 Aorei», Loeaton street, and adjoining Lot 37 end facing South Btteet. These Sections are a.cureiy fenced, acd situated immediately behind the Presbyterian Mnneo, and offor a most convenient Paddock at a* very low figure. Terms at Sale ALFRED HARRISON. Hfß3 Awotioneer. Ashburton Wool Sales. n IHE FIRST SALE of the Season will J. bo held on or about FBIDAY, 30th NOVEMBEB* The Sales will re held m theSORANGE HALL, and oommenoo eaoh day at one o'clcck panotually. Luncheon for Buyers will be provided In the Orange Hall at balf-p»ut Twelve. Bayers are particularly requested to note the time. mileTand 00. FRIKDLANDER BROS. 11*32 DAVID THOMA& Public Notices. PDBLIO HALF HOLIDAYS. finHE Burgesses are requested to olote JL their places rf business from noon, next THURSDAY and FJtf DAY, Nov. 22 and 23 the daya of tho .ASH BURTON R ICING 01 UB SPRING MEETING. | ALFRED HARRISON, 11*94 Mayor. LONGBEAOH ESTATE. nnENDERS are invited for earthwork m JL slopes Hinds River, In two contracts. Specifications on vlow the Undersigned to whom Tenders are to be sent THURSDAY, 22ad November, at 4 p ny 11*88 Wm. BAXTER, 0 E. BELFAST ARTIFICIAL AND OdEMIOAL MANURES. fpHESR Manures are pure and free X from adultorationß of any kind and guaranteed up to standard. GEO. JAMESON, Agent;, 1 13:55 Aehburton and Rakaia. . WAKANUI ROAD DISTRICT. NOTICE. mH^ owner of a REAPING MAOHINE JL which has been left on the Road below tiroithfield for some months, Is hereby notified that the s»me has been removed into tho Board's Yards, and can be had by pnylne expenses. FOOKS & SOW, Dißtrct Rurvoyori. Ashborton, November 16h, 1888. ' 11<>93 ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. DOG COLLARS FOR 1889. mESDBRS are invited for the supply L of Dog Collars for JBB9, Particulars on view at the City Counoll Offices, Ohristohurch, •' Pimaru Herald •' Offiop, Timara, and County Counoll Ofißoeß, Ashburton. Tenders, endorsed |{ Tenders for Dog Collar*," will be received up, to 11 am at the County Council Oflioes, Aahburton, on WEDNESDAY, 28th November, 1888.. By order, F. MAINWARING, ■ Clerk. Ashburton, November 12th, ISBB. 11*58 ASHBURTON RACING CLUB. SPRING ""MEETING. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd and 23ki>. A COEPTANOES for the onder- /\ mentioned events mast be m the h&nds tf the Seoretary not later than 9 pm, on MONDAY, November 19th, 1888 : - Handicap Hurdle Race, 1 soy Ooun^y Plate Handicap, 10a Ashburton Cap Handicap, 1 soy Sprint Handfoap, 10s Spring Handicap, 10s Welter Handicap, 10s Acceptances for the Trotting Handicap mast bo made by 9 p.m. on the evening of the first day's raofng. G. BISSET, 11*87 Seoretary. Rink de Paris, SPECIAL ATTE ACTION you EACE NIGHTS ROSELLE BROS * GYMNASTS. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY OF SEEING THE SERIAL WONDERS. Final Carnival, December sth R. ELSTON, Leeaee and Manager. The Miners' Strike AT NEWCASTLE, N.S.W,, HAS already proved to be a good thing for New Zealand. The inoreaseo output of all tbe mine* m New ZoaUnd has necessitated tho employment of largo numbers of men In addition to the regular itaff kept by proprietors of mines. Keep your monoy Id New Zealand, and help to make employment for the population. Burn Mount Somera and Westport Coal. I have made fresh arrangements for the supply of these two 0?&ls, and can now sell at Reduced Rates for CASH on delivery* Mount Sohsbs Coal. Wi^if out Coal Per ton, 23s 6d 46a Half ton, Us (ft 23s Quarter ton, 6g 12s Booking Extra, Mount Somers Coal per Trnok losd, In Trucks 17s 6d per ton Oaeh at Ashbnrton Station. NEWCASTLE OOAiTaLSO IN STOCK JOHN G.~RESTELL.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 19 November 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 19 November 1888