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I Public Notices. I Genmma. Fleah and Bran X'to-l-iQ \ AH Q?oort LYNDHURfcT SCHOOL. A CONCERT and Ha 1 1 m aid of Pr'zi Fund will bo held m >»fr Druramotid's Woo 1 . Shed, near the Hchou) FRIDAY, December 2lst. Admission Ooucorr, Is; 8.01, 2s. W.U. MAGINNrcS'S 12 52 Chairman. £20 11EVVAHD. IN coneequonco of (ho amount of Poachinjt going on m tho Creokß on the 1.-ngruhor '- state, tlio abovo reward will.be paid io anyono Riving information that will load to a conviction. From this doio NO ONE! will bo permitted to fieh m the Creeks on tho Lagtnhor Estate. DONALD MoLEAN. Lagmhor, 17th October, 1888. 10°144 MoOORMICK BINDERS. A N EXPERT for these Macb'n b will be la Aahbuttoo before Harvest, Fa - mero wishing a vhit from him will pleaee oommanloito with as at cnco. JOHN 08.1 l AND 00., Agent for Aahbnrton, PRIMITIVE METBODIST OHUROH, JSEWLAND3. ANNIVERSARY SERMONS Will be Preached To-Morrovr by M*s P. W. Johw. Morning at 11 ; Eveulng at 6 30. ANNUAL TEA MEETING In Ihe Newianda Schoolroom, MONDAY, Dec. 10 h. Ten at 5.30 : Tickets, 1b 6J. Poblic Me<tiug afterwards, to bo addressed by Ministers and otherß. Special pieces by the Choir, 12 63 ASHRUETON AND TINWALD SALEYARDS NOTICE. finHKRB W'H be NO SALiffl during X OhrUtmas and New Year Weoka. Tbe next Silo after that on the ll'h will be held at the Tinwald Y»rda on TUESDAY. Bth January, 1889. geo. Jameson, Secretary. Ashbnrton County Stock and 12*64 Saleyards Company, Li m. Auctions MONDAY, DECEMBER 10th Deilrable Suburban Property well altuated on the Alford Forest Ro.d For Sale. Also Household Furnituro and Effects and Town Properly. MR T. BULLOCK has received Instructions from the Executrix of the lato 0. 0. Fooks to cell by Fablio Auction on MONDAY, DECEMBER 10th, On the Premißes, Alford Foreat Road, the whole of tho Household FUhNITnRE and EFFECTS, comprising,— DRAWIJS T G-ROOM. Piano, by Emll Aachetberp, Dresden, Fnli e m Green Rep, Carpet, "Wool Mats, Pictures, Marble Clock, Canterbury, Wbat-Not. Fender and I/ire Irons, Coal Soutt'.o, Foo'etonla, Brackets, Vases, Ornameuta, Qocaoional Tables, Piaquee, Cllltftin Poles and Riugß,<£o. DINING^EOOM. Book Csae and Books, Couch, Chairs, Easy Choirs, Oil Cloth, Picturea, GanoK cne, Lamp Gl»Bfos, Ten Service, Fender and Fire Irons, &j. BEDROOM. Doable Wooden Bedsteads, Half Tester, Spring Mattreeace, Blankets and Bed Linen, Marble Top Waehatand, Dreßolng Tables, LoobiD£» Glbbbob, Wardrobe, Ohtat Drawers, G*rpet. Chairs, Pictures^ PJftques. KITCHEN. Tables, Chairs, Oil Cloth, Crockery Cutlery, and Dairy Utensils, &o. OUTSIDE. Single Seated BUGGY In good order Set Baggy HARNESS Grey GELDING Bay MARE, Good Lady's Hack Black Trap MARE Chestnut COLT, 4 years old Saddle snd Bridle 4 Miich Cows, 2 head young Stock, Heavy Garden Roller, Lawn Mower, Tennis Nets, Garden and Stable Tools, Sutidries, &o. &o Also, — The Private Residonae, bslne; lota 32 and ' 33, fronting tho Alford Forest Koad, containing about jL acre, on which is erected a comfortable Dwelling House of 6 rooms, Scullery, Waeh bouße, Stable Coachhouse with man's room attached. The grounds are tastefully laid out and planted with a camber of ornamental ahrubr, etc., snrrounded by well-grown forest trees and the garden well stocked with fralt trees, etc Lota 34, 35, 36, 37, 38 and 39, containing ebouc 2£ acres, also fronting the Alford Forest Road and adjoining the above. This property is well situated, fronting the main thoroughfare, high, dry and healthy looallty. At same time and pace T.S. 1091, 1092, corner of Wills and Park Streets, near the Domain and not fat from the Railway Station, on whioh Is ereoted a well built 5-roomed house with all oon-r venionces. Investor! and persons desirous of purchasing are Invited to inepeot these properties. Terms at Sale. Sale at 12 o'clock. T. BULLOCK, 11124 Auctioneer. TO FARMERS AND SPECULATORS. MESSRS MILES~and CO. Instructed by Mr Thompson will submit to Publio Auction on SATURDAY 15th DECEMBER. atMsG. Jamesonb Stores, West Street 105 aores LAND AT TINWALD together with tho growing CROP OF WHEAT. The first wain crop after 10 ye ars la grass. The Laud 1b conveniently situated only one mile from tbe School »nd Railway Station. The wheat Is looking well and should yield c handsome return within a few months. Plan may be seen and further particulars obtained on appll. cation to «» : ,» W« T JAMESON, Agent for ,*M$

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2008, 8 December 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2008, 8 December 1888

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