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Public Notices. TINWALD ' WESLEYAN SUNDAI SOHOOL ANNIVERSARY* SERMONS will be preached by Mi John Broughton. eenr., of St. Albans on SUNDAY, February 10th, m th< Templar Hall, at 3 p.m, and 6.30 p.m AU invited. Tea Mooting on TUESDAY February 12th, commencing at 6 pm Tickets, Is 6d ; ohildren balf-price. 2 2. L'.OAL FRUIT. GOOD Plums for preserving, picked freßh from the trees as soon aa ripe ad looa'ly grown ; not like the .imported ones that are only half ripe and yet | damaged m transit, being so long on the j road. Fresh pluoked fiuit is the only sort fit for jam. Good Kidney Potatoes at tho loweßt Market Bates, A. W- KANDELL, 2*39 Fruit Grower, Town Hall. ABHBURTON OOUNTY COUNCIL. NOTICE is hereby given that at a Speolal Meeting of the above Oounoil, held on FRIDAY, tbe 4th day of January, 1889, a resolution waa adopted making a Speolal Order declaring a certain area of oonntry, which Inolndes parts o the Wakannl, South Rakaia, Mount Hott and Upper Ashbnrton Ridings, and the boundaries whereof are desorlbed and defined, ln the said resolution, to be a Distriot for the o instruction of Irrigation works therein, with tbe name of " The Bakaia Irrigation Distriot," under the provisions of the 269 th seotlon of " The Counties Act, 1886." And notice Is further given that a Speolal Meeting of the above Council will be held at the Oounoil Chambers, Baring Square, Ashbnrton, on FRIDAY, tbe lit day of Maroh, 1889, Immediately after the ordinary monthly meeting of the Oounoil has taken plaoe on that day, for Itbie purpose of confirming the said resolution. " The proposed Special Order Is to take effeot on the 2nd day of April, 1889. A copy of It la deposited at the office of the Council, Baring Square, and Is open to the Inspection of the public dnrlng offioe hours. By order, F. MAINWABING, Olerk. Ashbnrton, January 17, 1889. I*lo6 Great Clearing Sale of Groceries, Etc, Etc. Proctor and 00. HAVING Deoided on RELINQUISHING BUSINESS, will offer the whole of their Stook of GROCERIES, HARDWARE. TINWARE, OROCKSRYWARE, Ao., Which will be Sold Regardless of Cost. The Stook is all new, all the old atook having been disposed of, so Purchasers may be sure of getting first-class goods for their money. Large Purchasers will be liberally dealt with, and aa the Premises are to Let the Poblio will see that the Sale la Genuine. For the convenience of Customers the premises will be kept open till 8 p.m. from tbe 6th of February until the whole stock le sold, Notr thk Address— PROOTOR AND CO., Aroade, Ashbnrton. Come Early and Seoure Bargains. FOR OASH ONLY. N.B — PREMISeTtO LET. Anyone wishing to start In the same line ot business, and wishing to seoure tbe lot oan do so by applying In person or by letter to 2rf25 PROOTOR A CO., Aroade. WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT I HAVE been appointed AGENT FOR ASHBURTON for this very high quality Cement. JOHN G. RESTELL. WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT has been tested by Mr Derbridge, who gives the following report : — Lyttelton, 26th January, 1888. I hava tested the sample of Cement delivered to me on Friday, 18th inst., with the following result ; — 1 062 1 9-0 l'9o6lbs per briquett. This I consider a good test, but had It been cooler I think the result would have been better, as the Cement sets too quiokly m this very hot dry weather. (Sgd) S. Dmbridgi, Inspector of Works for Harbor Board, Lyttelton. —I The above gives an average test of 4161bs per square inch. Knight, Bevan, and Kturgea test gave an average of 3^olb| per square inoh. It will be seen by the above that the Auokland Cement retains its position as being jollt equal If not Bui-RioK to the Best Brand of Imported Cement. Money kept m New Zealand, benefits ns all. In the large works m and ne&r Christ* ohurob this Cement is being used. JOHN G.~RESTELL, 2t30 AGENT, ABHBUBTON. Unparalleled CHEAP SALE OF DEAPEEY CLOTHING AND BOOTi3 v ANDREW ORR TITAVING PURCHASED the Stock OF DRAPERY, CLOTHING ahd BOOTS OF MESSRS J. ORR A CO. i AT A LARGE DISCOUNT PROM i INVOICE COST, It will be offered to the Publio ai icon ai possible at XJNBEARP-QF PRJQEB ! ANDREW ORR

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2059, 9 February 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2059, 9 February 1889

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