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Public Notices MONEY TO LEND, on Freehold Seonrlty, m suras to salt borrowers, ' Apply to Mr 0. W. Purkkll, Solicitor, Montgomery's Batldinge, 1 16 BOEODGH OF ASHBURTON. NOTIFIOATION~OF VALUATION, /jHAKE NOTION.— Ihe Valualioa List 8. for the Borough of Aehburtonfor the year 1889 is now open for inspection at the Borough Council Office, Baring Square West, ABhburton. All objections thereto must bo left at the Keddeot Magistrate's Court, Ashburton, 6n or before the 16th day of February mxt, addressed to the Assessment Court, and a copy of every auoh objection must be left at the Town Clerk's Office not lees than seven days before the next sitting of the said Court. OH AS. E. FOOES. Town Clerk. Borough Council Office, - • January 16th, 1889. I+9 ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. "VTOTIOE is hereby given that «t a Jl\ Speoial Meeting of the above Ooanotl, held on FRIDAY, the 4th day of January, 1889, a resolution was adopted making a Speoial Order declaring a certain area of country, whioh inoludes parts of the Wakauui, South Bakaie, Mount Hutt, •nd Upper Aohburton Rldlnga, and the boundaries whereof are described and definetl la the laid reaolotion, to be a District for the o instruction of Irrigation works therein, with the name of " The Faksia Irrigation District," under the provisions of the 269ih section of " The Counties Aot, 1886." And notice is farther given that a Speoial Meetlrg of the above Council will be held at the Oounoll Chambers, Baring Square, Ashbnrton, on FRIDAY, the Ist day of March, 1889, Immediately after the ordinary monthly meeting of the OoonoU has taken plaoe on that day, for the purpose of confirming the eald resolution, The proposed Speoial Order Is to take effect on the 2nd day of April, 1889. A oopy of it is deposited at the office of the Oounoil, Baring Square, and is open to the Inspection of the publlo daring office hoars. By order, F. MAINWARING, Oierk. Aihbnrton, January 17, 1889. I*lo6 ASHBURTON CYCLING CLUB, BieroLE Racks. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1889 TTTE, the undersigned Tradesmen and W Merchants, of Ashburton, will close our places of business from 12 noon on WEDNESDAY, Feb. Ob, on the occasion of the above-named Olub'sßlcyole Bmib ; Andrew Orr P, O'Oonnell I. Salek and Co. W. 0. Paris McOallum and Co. Ohaa. Grnbb Wm. Anderson H. M. Carson James Qaion A. Robottom J< Dlneen W, H. Rule & Co. H J. Wood and Co- James Purchase W. PatoblDg Halienateln Bros, &Oo H. C.Segers W, Zsndtf T, Hoult S. W. Alcorn J. G Mclnijoeh John Raoger Gates and Ward F. Nob as R. 8. Page W. W, Spenoer & Co S. Butnard John Orr & Co, G. James Henry Zander D. Williamson Ohss. Reid H. &E. Oralghetd W. H, Collier Mitchell & Turner James W. Baker Robt. McOillum James McDonald J. McGregor Wm. Bryant. Plokford & Undrill D. MoFarlane James Oralgle J. Heieltine Wm. Hyde Prootor & Co. W.J.Hampton 0. Thorns* J. Moison JP. Makalg Geo. Jameson R. 8. Ba»n John G. Reitell R. Murray Reid and Gray Jamos Gamble P. and D. Dtraetn P. Hsnrahan Robt. Aloorn Zealandla Boot Store James Tasker Alfred Harrison 24 DR. SPIER'S' AMERICAN DISPENSARY, 42 MARGARET STREET, SYDNEY, (Between George and York Streets). P.O. Box 920. Dr Speer is a regular Graduated Physician, educated at Harvard College, U.S; (for confirmation see "New Zealand G«ette,"Jan. 21st, 1888; also "New South Wales Gazette," April 17th, 1888. The doctw has devoted 14 years to the study of CHRONIC, NERVOUS, and SPECIAL DIS« EASES. Four of these were m the leading hospitals of the United States, which enables him to treat all private troubles with excellent resu'ts. All applying to him will receive his honest opinion oft heir complaints. No experiments ; no Mercury used. He will guarantee a positive cure m every case he undertakes, or forfeit His reason for doing so is this— when there is no organic disease, and nothing but an inorganic trouble, or, m other words, a conglomeration of symptoms producing a certain result, there is no reason why it cannot be removed with the proper remedies, therefore he guarantees. He wishes it distinctly understood that he does not claim 'to perform impossibilities, or to have miraculous power; he claims only \o be a skilled and successful physician, thoroughly informed m his speciality — CHRONIC and SPECIAL DISEASES of MEN and WOMEN. People residing at a distance can, by explaining their troubles m detail, be treated at home. The course of treatment will not m any way inter* fere with their business. Examination and advice free to all. Charges moderate. H. J. Speer, M.T>., 42 Margaret Street, between George and York Streets, Sydney. Post Office Box, No. 920. Office hours 10 a.m. to 12 a.m.; 2 to 4 and 7to 8 p.m. Sundays, 10 to 11 a.m. only. Dr Speer's New Zealand Establlshmen m Wellington is closed f?om 30th Sept., 1888. All communications are m future to be for* warded to Sydney, as above, Goal. Goal. I have just taken Into STOCK 250 Tons VERY SUPERIOE COAL From NEWCASTLE Per "Lurllne. THE STRIKE IS OVER. AND PRICES Asl KOW Reduced Considerably, Purchasers are advised to call at MY YABD3. J. G, RESTELLBINDING WERE. WHITE CROSS BRAND. A splendid simple. Quality guaranteed BINDING~TWnfiE. MANILLA OF THE VERY BEST, Also the Celebrated LXJRLJNE HEMP. This Twine Is the Cheapest. per tore Farmers »re advised to give \t 9 fair trial JOHN oTeESTELL,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2053, 2 February 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2053, 2 February 1889

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