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Public Notices STRAYED on to my farm, a dark bay filly, branded ltko Q Dear shoulder, small otar forehead. Owner can have same by paying expenses. Patrick Gbbely, Greenßtrot. 11+121 BAPTIST CJdUBOH. THE Bet W. R. Woolley of Thames, will condoct services m tfee Baptist Church, Peter street, on SUNDAY Next (25th mat). 11^113 PRIMITIVE METHODIST OHUROH, NEWUNDS, ANNIVERSARY SERMONS, SUNDAY, DEOBMBEB 9th. Preacher : Mbs T. W. Jones, of Wad ding ton. Annual Tea and Publio Meeting m the Newlands Schoolroom, Mon lay, December 10th. 11+119 ASHBURTON RACING CLUB bPRING MEETING, 1888. SETTLING will take pUoe at the Olab Room, Commercial Hotel, ou TUESDAY, November 27th, at 8 p.m. G. BISSET, 11 123 Secretary. NOTICE TO FARMERS. MESSRS JOHN ORR & CO. having been appointed as Sole Agenta for the MoOobmiok Machines m Ashburton No Other Firm 1b authorized to canvaso for the Sale of Machines or Extras m the Aahbarton distriot. MORROW, BASSETT & CO., Sole Agente m 11 29 New Zealand. GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY, East Street, next Patching 1 , Sailmaker. ODDFELLOWS' HAIL. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29m. ROOT'S FLORAL GAS TATA, UNDER THE PALMS OR THE Jewish Flower Festival. Principals. — Meadamea Gamble and Flower, Miss Steel. Mestrs Flower and Millar, Fnll Choru3 of 60 voices, assisted by an Orchestra of 10 Performets. Admiaeion : Front seate, 2i. Back aeate, Is. Doors open at 7.30, Ooacorfc at 8. 11 122 Bink de Paris, THE CLOSE OF THE SINKING SEASON will be celebrated by A GRAND FANCY DRESS AND MASQUERADE CAKNIYAL ON WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBER sth. The LAST RISKING DAYS are Tuosday, Friday, Saturday and Monday. R. ELSTON, Lessee and Manager. Auctions WEDNESDAY, 28th NOVEMBER, Sale at 12 o'clock sharp. ALFRED HARRISON favored wift instructions from Mb C. Hawson, who is leaving for the North Island, will sel by PUBLIO AUCTION, At his residence, EABT BELT, The whole of his FURNITURE and EFFECTS. Comprising the general furnishings of a well appointed house, the whole being m the bent of order, Suites, Dining Table, Brussels Carpet 19ft by 12ft (new), Bedsteads and Bedding, Spring Mattresses, hand aome Looking Glasses, Tapeitry and Eidder Carpets, etc , etc , etc A quantity of purebred Spanish and Brahma Fowls, Garden tools, etc. ALFRED HARBISON, Auctioneer. 11*119 SATURDAY, DEOEMBER Ist. At 11 o'olock sharp. LAND BOOM. LAND BOOM. Sale of Valuable' Ashburton Freehold Town and Suburban Properties. XOSEPH IVESS, favored with instrucC/ tiona from the various Freeholders, will Sell by Pablic Auction, at the Arcade, Barnett street (by the kind permission of Mr T. Bollock) on SATDRDAY, December Ist, at 11 o'olook, A Farm, near the Hinds, R.S. 28636, 34512, 241 aor©H, unimproved, of fair quality, tilx-roomed Bouse, f acre land, Allen's Road, with Stable, Wash house, &a, T.B. 13 and 14. —Hinds ; The bHb of the Htndhcpe Hotel, £-aore, with Stable, Loose Box, Conch House, and Plggerp. — Middle Road : 1 aore land, Loti 1 and 2, fenoed. — East Belt : f-aore land, Lots 8, o,»nd 10.— Winter's Road ; Jaare, Lot 24, Lot 20, £-»ere. — Junotion of Winter and Alford forest Roads : la 2c 27p Lot 177.— Alford Forest Road ; f aore, Lots 4, 5, and 6, between Farm Koad and James Street ; alao Lot 3, £ aore, between Andrews street and Allen'c Road.— Cox Street and Peter street West : T.S. 1011, 1012, 1013, near Mr A. Harrison's. — A ten-roomed Dwelling House, Tanored street, with acre, lately (n occupation of Me R. MoOweo — =-Oommodlous Offioaa, Barnett street, next " Mail" Office, with £-acre, let to good tenants, yielding £75 yearly. — Wakunnl Road: Lots 94, 95, 96, f aore.-Foui and three roomed Cottages, ooaoh House, Stable, Shed, T.S. 469. Let to good tenants at 6s per week eaoh. — Esst Belt ; Four roomed Cottage, £ aore, Lots 1 and 2.— Alford Foreat Road : 1 aore, Lot 40, fenoed and improved, near Woollen Factory. Farther entrleshoay be made with Mr O, Brad dell up to November 30. A Sale oi Sundries will also be held. Purtlculari m future advertisement. Terms verj easy, deoltted at Sale. J. IVESS, 11* 04 Auotloaeer,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1996, 24 November 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1996, 24 November 1888

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