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Auctions. ASHBURTON YARDS. MR D. THOMAS his received In r stroctions from Mb R Nourish (who is leaving the District) to Sell by Public Auction at the above Yards on TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 19th, At 11 o'clock, 29 Acres PEAS, now ready for gathering m or for feeding off. "5! THOMAS, 2f65 Auctioneer. Pablio Notices. PUBLIC NOTICE. ALL Acoonnts owing to me must be paid by 28th Febrairy, or they will be sued for without farther notice. R. MORRIS FT, I#sß Bntoher. Wool I AM prepared to purchase WOOL of all descriptions, m any quantity at | full market prices. G. BISSET. Residence and Office— Tanored street East. Store (Mr Q. Jameson's) West street. V 11 28 NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. EXCURSION FARES TO DUNEDIN, D.J.O. AUTUMN RACEST7*XOURBION Tickets to Dnnedin, Pj available for return up to and including the 4th March, will be issued from Ashburton at 32s first- clhbb, 22b 6d second, and from Rakaia at 36s first clbbb, 25s eeoond, from 16th to 22ad Febiuary inclusive for Ordinary Train*, and for a Special Night Train from Chriatchurch to Duoedin on the" 19th February, which will be due from Ashburton at 10 50 p.m., stopping at Rakaia if required. A return Night Train will leave Dunedin for Christchurch at 8.40 p m. 23rd February, etopplDg where required to set down passengers. 2J47 BY ORDER. Great Clearing Sale of Groceries, Etc., Etc. Proctor and Co. HAVING Decided on RELINQUISHING BUSINESS, will offer the whole of thatr Stock of GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, OROOKfiRYWARE, Ac, Whioh will be Sold Regardleas of Coat. The Stook is all new, all the old stook having been disposed of, so Purchaser* may be sure of getting first-olasi goods for their money. Large Purchasers will be liberally dealt wtth,*and ■■ the Premises are to Let the Pablio will see that the Sale Is Genuine. For the convenience of Customers the premises will be kept open till 8 p.m. from the 6th of February until the whole •took 1b sold, Nori ran Address— PROCTOR AND CO.. Arcade, Aibburton, Come Early and Beoure Bargains. FOfe OA.SH ONLY. N.B — PREMISeTtO LET. Anyone wishing to start m the same line of business, and wishing to secure the lot can do so by applying m. person or by letter to 2f25 PROOTOR & CO., Arcade. TOON'S PORTLAND CEMENT I HAVE been appointed AGENT FOR ASHBURTON for this very high quality Cement JOHN G. EESTELL. «> i ■ WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT has been tested by Mr Derbridge, who gives the following report :~ Lyttelton, 26th January, 1888. I have tested the sample of Cement delivered to me on Friday, 18th inst., with the following result ; — 1 962 1 940 l'9o6lbs per brlquett. This I consider a good teßt, but had it been cooler I think the result would have been better, as the Cement seta too quiokly m this very hot dry weather. (Bgd) S. Dubridqi, | Inspector of Works for Harbor Board, Lyttelton. The above gives an average test of 4161bs per square inch. Knight, Bevan, and Eturges test gave an average of 3401bs per square inoh. .It will be seen by the above that the Auckland Cement retains its position as being folly equal If not superior to the Best Brand of Imported Cement. Money kept m New Zealand, benefit* us all. In the large works m and near Christ* church this Cement is being used, JOHN 6.~RESTELL, 2t30 AGENT, ASHBUBTON. THE LARGEST SALE EVER HELD IN ASHBURTON ' OP DBAPEEY CLOTHING AND BOOTS WILD BTABT ON Saturday, the, 23rd. HAVING Purchased the|DRAPERY STOCK of MESSRS J. ORB & CO. It will be offered to the Pobllo on SATURDAY, thb 33rd, , Ashtonisblng Low Prices, > ! ANDREW ORE t

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2065, 16 February 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2065, 16 February 1889