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Public Notices.

Wool I AM prepared to parohaae WOOL of all descriptions, m any quantity at full market prices. G. BISSET. Also buyer of SHEEP-SKINS and HIDES. 11 2» "TTTffi HAVE FOR SALE— One ten W horse power Traction Engine with Combine and Elevators complete, all m perfect order. For full particulars apply to FBIEDLANDER BEOS. 10t48 ORANGE HALL. A GRAND SOCIAL will be held m above Hall on Race Nighti, THURSDAY and FRIDAY, November 22nd and 23rd . Dancing, SoDge, Reoitations, &o. Admission, 3s. Ladies free. Commenoe 8 p.m. W. HICKS, 11 98 Seoretary; ASBBURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL FINAL NOTICE. A LL Bates unpaid on THURSDAY, AY 22ad Inst , will be Sued for AT ONCE. By order, OH AS. E. FOOKS, Town Clerk. Aahbucton, November 14th, 1808. ._ U°7s PUBLIC HALF HOLIDAYS. nnHE Burgeoeeo are requested to olobs jl_ their places nf business from noon, uext THORSDAY and FRIDAY, Nov. 22 and 23 the days of the ASHBURTON RIOING CLUB SPRING MEETING. ALFRED HARRISON, 11*94 Mayor.

BANK HOLIDAY. PURSUANT to "The Banks and Bankers Act Amendment Act,' 1882 " THURSDAY ,the 22nd day of . November, 1688, is hereby appointed as a SPECIAL BINK HOLIDAY at theoffioea> of the undermentioned Banks at Ashbur-t ton and Bakaia. 1 The Union Bank of Australia, Limited, JOSEPH PALMER, ' Chief Officer; Tho Bank of Auitralaefa, — E. W, MORRAH, Inspector. The Bank oi New South Walep, GILBERT KING, ABsistanc-lnspeotor« The Bank of New Zealand, JOHN MURRAY, Genera l Manager. NOTICE TO FARMERS. MESSRS JOHN ORR & CO. having been Appointed as Sole Agents for the MoOobmiok Maohlnes m Ashburton No Other Flim Is authorized to canvass for the Sale of Mtohices or Extras In the Aahburton district. MORROW, BASSETT & CO., Sole Agents In 11 29 New Zealand, £20 REWARD. IN consequence of the amount of Poaching going on m the Creeks on the Lagmhor Estate, the above reward will be paid to anyone giving information that will lead to a oonviction. From this date NO ONE will be permitted to fish m the Creeks on the Lagmhor Estate. DONALD MoLEAN. Lagmhor, 17th October, 1888. 10 5 144 THE FEDERAL COFFEE PALAOE, at the corner of ; Collins & King Streets, Melbourne. Now open for business. The Federal Palace is only two minutes walk from the Central Railway Station and the Wharves. The Palace contains 660 rooms, comprising Drawing, Dining, ReadiDg, Bitting, Billard, Bed, and other rooms. . jSpeoinl accommodation for families and permanent , boarders. The Ouisino and Table appointments for tho daily luncheon are a speciality. Particular care exercised to eecure perfect immunity from Accident by Fire. All ohargea moderate. 9 26 GEO. COHEN, Manager.

The Miners' Strike AT NEWCASTLE, N.S.W,, HAS already proved to be a good thing for New Zealand. The lnorenseo output of all the mine* In New Zealand has necessitated the employment of large numbers of men In addition to the regular etaff kept by proprietors of mines.. Keep your money In New Zealand, and help to make employment for the population. Burn Mount Somers and Weotport Goal. I have made fresh arrangements for tbe supply of theee two Ocalu, and can now sell at Reduced Bates for CASH on delivery* Mount Somiks Coal. Westfort Goal Per ton, 23s 6d 45a Half ton, lie 6J 23j Quarter ton, 6a , 12s Booking Extra, i Mount Somere Goal per Track lo»d, In Tfuoks 17s 6d per ton Oath at Aahbucton Station. NEWCASTLE OOAiTaISO IN STOCK JOHN GriEIELL

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1992, 20 November 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1992, 20 November 1888

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