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Auctions TINWALD YARDS. TUESDAY, 29th JaNOABY. MESSRS MILES & CO. are instructed by the Eon W. B. Pares, to Soil by A notion at the above Yards,— 9000 Meriao WBTHERS Direct from the Anama Station, and a ep'endid line for Turnips. J.T, FORD, Auctioneer. GEO, JAMESON, 1t129 A^oot. Public Notices. LOST, on Wednesday Morning, * •mall Monkey. Anyone returning the ■•ma to Barbadoes Home will be rewarded. Last aaen Id the fruit garden opposite the Domain, 1 138 HAORED HEART SBLEOT 80HOOL, 00HDU0TBD BY THE Religious of Notre Dame des Missiom, Aehburton, Will be re-opened on MuNDAY, 28th Inst. 1*122 ' mBNDSRS wanted for Stooking and X Forking 370 Acres more or lens of Grain Orop. Tenders to left at the Victorian Stables by Noon on SATURDAY, 26th mit, For particulars apply MoOORMIOKBROS., 1 124 Wipohmore. riIENDKRS waDted for Stacking 200 Aores Oats and 300 Aorei Barley. Grain now ready for Staoklng. Tenders to be In by MONDAY, 88th. W. L. ALLAN, 1*137 Manager, Acton. ABH BURTON HIGH SCHOOL. T>UPILS will Re-aisomble :— Boys' SobooI— MONDAY, 28th instant, at 9 30 a.m. Girls' BehooI— TUESDAY, 29th instant, at 9.30 a.m. J. E. BUCHANAN. Athbnrton, January 14, 1889 l^lOO Caution. ■ T>ERSONS fonnd Camping among the OROP m the Domain, oi knooiing down BTOOKB, WILL BE PROSECUTED, 1135 Wool I AM prepared to purchase WOOL of all descriptions, In any quantity at full market prtoes. G. BISSBT. Residence and Office — Tanored street Cast. Store (Mr G. Jameson's) West street. , 11 88 ASHBURTON JGH SCHOOL ESTABLISHED 1881; TiAOEnra Staff: Boys' School.— Mb J. B. Buohaiun, lstß.A., University College, London. Gifts' Sohqoi, — BfissSATOpißS, Canter* bury College, Phrlatohuroh : Miss Gpupp, Trlpity College, Dublin AT this institution pupils of both sexes have the opportunity of acquiring the elements of a liberal edu cation. The subjeota of Stndyare those usually taught at Secondary Schools ; bnt the ordinary course may be modified to meet special oases, If In the Interest of the Pupils such a plan li judged advisable. The year Is divided Into three terms. All feei are payable In advance. per en Pupils under 12 yean of age „, £8 „ over 12 years of age «.. £2 Music (extra( ,„ ... ... £1 Fee for attending Music (0n1y)... £2 Drawing and Painting (only) «.. £ll\ A term's notice required before th» removal of a puplL For farther details apply to Mt Buchanan. CHBISTMAB GIFTS! CBBISTMAS PBESENTB PHEISTMA3 GIFTS 1 Pickford & UndriJJ Have just Imported a Choice Seleotlon of VASES and other ORNAMENTAL and USEFUL DESIGNS In GLASS AND CHINA Suitable for presents for Chilstmas and New Year. Pleaio Inipeot them at THE ASHBURTON FUBtKTUKE WAREHOUSE, TANCBED STBEET. Coal. Coal. 4 I have just taken Into STOCK 250 Tons VEKY SUPEBIOB COAL From NEWCASTLE Per "Lnrline." THE STRIKE IS OVER AND PRICES abi irow Reduced Considerably. Parohtsets are advlied to call at MY YARDS. J.aRESTELL BINDING WIBE. WBITK .OROSB BRAND. ▲ splendid sample. Qusflty guaranteed binding"twine v MANILLA OF Th"c VB«Y BESf , Also the Celebrated LUBLINE HEMP. This Twine Is the Cheapest per aore Vaimen are advised to give it a fair trial. JOHN oTiisiEXik

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2046, 25 January 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2046, 25 January 1889

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