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Public Notices Germina* Palatable, Digestible, 'not Heating Al Grocers, * i V WAKAJS 01 ROAD BOARD. r f| ""ENDERS are invited for forming pari k * of Buckley's Road. Particulars ai , Board 'h (..fficee Tenders close 10 a.m. on J SATURDAY, Junuarysfcb, 1889. FOOKS & SO NT, I 12+179 Dißtriot Surveyors. ! TINWALD RACING CLUB THK following charges will be made (uudor •• Public lipeerves Act, 1885 ") for entry to tbo Tinwald Domain on 1 January let, 1889, date of Tinwald races For every Adult Is „ „ Horse ... ... 18 No charge for Vehicles* By order of tbe Trustee*, JOSEPH OLARK, Tit 121 Chairman. ~~ Wool I AM prepared to purchase WOOL of all descriptions, In any quantity at iull market prioes. G, BI6SET. Residence and Office — Tanored street Bait. Store (Mr G. Jameson's) Weat street. 11 28 ASHBURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL, » EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. IHBREBY give notice that the following Persons havo been daly nomln- j ated as Candidates for Eleotion to the < ffije of Oounolllor In place of Oounolllor David Thomis, e'eoted Mayor, viz : — RUDOLPH FRIEDLANDER AUTRKD HARRISON. And I further give notice that a Poll for the Eleotion of one of the abovenamed Candidates will be held at tbe Borough Connoil Chambers, Baring rquare West, AshbartoD t on WEDNESDAY, the 9th day of January, 1889, commencing at 9am., and closing at 6 p.m. O. E. FOOKS. Returning Offioer. Borough Council Office, December 28, 1888. 32 181 THE FISK JDBILEE SINGERS I J I WILL GlVfl A Faeewell Concert IN THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL, ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 1889. Foe One Night Cnly. Reserved Seats, 4s ; Family Tioket, admitting six adults, 20a; Second eeati, 3i ; Baok seats, 2). Plan and Tickets at Mi H. M. Jonm* Stationer, or at the doom of the Ha I upon evening of Oonoert. Doors open at 7 30. Concert at & Fabewell Visit to New Zealand, 12 174 Wool Wool Wool BEABOFIBBB-89. TIT I L B S A N D 0 0 Are prepared to make Liberal CASH ADVANCES, At a low rate of Interest, on the eneuic CLIP OP WOOL, Placed m their hands for Sale here or < Shipment to MILES BROS. AND CO,, LONDOft No Commission charged on Advance and no Commission charged for offeria Wool here unless a Sale ia efEeoted. Periodical Sales will bo held during the eeaßon at Mr Geo. Jameson's comraodion and convenient stores, West street J. T. FORD, Auctioneer. GEORGE JAMESON, Apent, el 70 Ashburton and Rakaia. THE DEERING ALL STEEL TWINE BINDER IB THE LIGHTEST, MOST SIMPLE, and MOST PERFECT Harvesting Machine m use. Being built entirely of Steel is Practically Indestructible. riESIDEB the GOLD MEDAL gained JL> at Warrnambool the DEERING has won TWENTIf-ONE FIRST and SEVEN SECOND PRIZES this' Season In Australia. The DEERING has the LARGEST SALE throughout the world of any Beaper and Bindor. Only a LIMITED NUMBER of Machines now left for disposal. Those requiring the 1 DEERING mast make Early Application. Twine, Wire, and Oils and Deering Extras. JOHN G. BESTELL, West street, 12*102 Ashburton. P. & D. Duncan, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAEBBS, WILLS STREET, ASHBURTON. IN addition to tho Implements we have hitherto been manufacturing ; we are now ranking a new Pattern grass mower. Farmers having Hay should inspeot our mower before purchasing elsewhere. Sample to be Been at oar Ashburton Branoh, also an improved Turnip and Manure Drill for which wa obtained the Speoial Prize at Timaru Show, Stalker's Feeders— we have greatly improved these for this goaeon. Stalker's sack lifter simple and effective ; Aebburton Goree cut tern, over thirty la use ; Ashburtoa btrippers tbe best stripper for saving seed on land that has been lightly stocked. We have a large i»took of MoOobmiok extras at reduced prices, and numerous improved fittings of our own design. Repairs to Reapers and Binders carried out m the best possiblu manner and with the greatest expedition and at reasonable prices, We havo imported direct a quantity of Drum beaters, perforated Zioc Smith's wire, eto, for Threshing Machines and o»n repair these Machines a,t prices' muqh lower than blt^rto.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2023, 28 December 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2023, 28 December 1888

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