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Pabllo Notices. ' mENOEHS are invited for Building J_ Farm Home at Wakaool for Mr H, Hudson. Plana and Specifications can be seen at my office. Tendon to be sent In not later than Noon on SATURDAY, 9th laat. Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. R. BIRD, 3*9 Arohiteot. MR F. MAKEIG, A OOOUNTANT, COMMISSION, J\, GRAIN and SHIPPING AGENT, Agent for the Union Fire and Marine loauranos Co , begs to aonounoe that he HAS REMOVED to H. M. Jones' buildings, East Street, and ia now prepared to buy and sell grain and other produce on oommlaslon, or ship same, If required, to any port. 2t? £1 FOR A BOTTLE OF PICKLES. AFTER August 20th, Matthews and Co.'b Savoy Picktea can be obtained from all Grocers and Storekeepers . A Coupon for £1 is placed between the capsule an J cork of one of the bottles m every 20 cases. Have no others. One Found Sterling, with a bottle of the best Piokleß on the market. MATTHEWS & CO. r 9 111 St. Aasph street, Ohriatchnrch. A BALL will be held In the SCHOOLROOM, LISMORE, ow FRIDAY, MARCH 16th, 1889. (The proceed! m Aid of the Children's Frlßj Fund.) Tickets, 3j. Ladles Free. Refreshments provided. ARTHUR LIDDINGTON, 2 97 Hod, Secretary. ODDFELLOWb' HALL. THEEE NfSHTS ONLY. AMY YAUGHAH'S COMEDY, MINSTREL, &BUBLEEQUE COMEDY, MINBTRaL,& BURLufcQUE COMEDY; MINSTRKL, & BURLESQUE COMPANY. OPENING Night, WEDNESDAY, \J MAIiOH fliH. Admission : Front Seats, 3b ; Second, 2s ; buck Beats, Is, Doors open at?. 3o. Sea^s may be reuervod at W. gander's, 3*6 Auctions* ABHEURTON YARDS, T HAVE been instructed to Sell by 4. Publlo Auction on TUESDAY, MARCH sth, 1889, 1 C\(\(\ Croß3b T od LAMBS, we 1-grown JLOuU » E d m good condition. Albo,— Several lines of good Store Sheep, ™T>, THOMAS, 3*2 Ashburton. ASfIBURTON BALEYARD3. MONDAY, Utb MARCH. MESSRS MILES & CO. are instructed by the proprietors of the Lowcliffe Estate to Sell by Public Auction at the above Yards,— 1Q CLYDESDALE BOKBES "^ by the celebratod Entire "Major." Also, fiEA.C!ip<&i OAKBIAGE v HOUSES by "The Wait" Tbe Horses (unbroken) are 3 and 4 y«»r» old, well grown and m aplendid condition, and fit for immediate work. Sale will oommenoe at 1 o'clock sharp. J.T, FORD, Auctioneer. GEO. JAMESON, Agent. Tb.e Auctioneers are prepared to accept further entrieß (which will be offered aftei tot salt o{ tho tiow«ii|fe taw,) 3^M

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2077, 2 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2077, 2 March 1889

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