Pablic notices. ASHBURTON CRIOKET OLUB, A MEETING of tho members of th AshburtoD Crioket Club will t&b place ia tbe Ooucty Oounoil Offices 0 WEDNESDAY, 6ch Inst, at 730 p.m. t consider tbe beat means to provide fund r for improvement of tho cricket ground. t F. MAINWABING, . 330 Treasurer. [ MR F. G. THOMAS, ! HURGBON-PENTISI VISIT ASHBUBTON ON WEDNESDAY, 6th MAROH, 1889, And may be oonsulted at the Commercia Hotel, 3 11 SONS OF ST. PATRIOK. /~\ 8 THE 18th Instaat the FEAST OF ST. PATBICK (Tue National Patron Saint of Ireland) Will be oelebeated by a GRAND OONCEftT AND SOCIAL GATHERING In the Oddfellows' Hall. Admisiion bj tloketa only. 3t31 ODDFELLOWb' HALL. THBEE NIGHTS ONLY. AMY YAUGHAITS OOMEDY. MiNSTREL, &BUBLEFQUE COMKDY, MINSTRKL, & BURLHtQUE COMEDY, MINSTREL, & BURLESQUE COMPANY. OPENIKG Night, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 6iH. Admission : Front Seats, 3s ; Seoond, 2s ; Back Seats, Is, Doors open at 7 30. Seats may be reserved at W Zander's, 3^6 ASHBURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL GENERAL RATE. XN Parauanoe of tbe "Rating Aot, 1876," publio notloe Is hereby given that it Ib the (Dtentlon of the Ashburton Boroogh Oonuoll at Its next ordinary meeting, to be bold on MONDAY, the 18th day of March, 1889, to strike a rate of One Shilling m tbe Pound on the total annual value of property within the Borough for the period commencing on the Ist day of January and ending on the Slat day of Deoember, 1889. Such rate to be payable la one aura at the Town Olerk'a Office, Baring Square Weat, Asbburton, ou the lit day of April, 1889, and that the Rate Book Is now open for inspection. OHAS. E. FOOKS, Town Clerk. Borough Oounoil offioe, Ashburton, sth Maroh 1889. 8 29 ASHBURTON PERMANENT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. THE monthly and other payments will be received at the Offioe, Tancred Street THIS DAY, TOEBDAY, sth MAROH, FROM 10 aan. to 4 p.m., and 7 p.m, to 9 p.m. J. W. TWENTYMAN, Manager. IN Thanking my numerous Oa-tomeii for the liberal support tbey have given me daring the last 10 years I have been m Bualneis as Plumber, Gaefitter, and Tinsmith, I take this opportunity of informing them that I have disposed of the Business to my Son, John W. Habdl-y, and solicit for him a oon tlnuanoe of their patronage. SAML. HARDLEY. Maroh Ist, 1889. Ia reference to the above I trust by a strict attention to Business, lnoludlng a promptitude In tbe exeoutlon of all orders, to merit the same measure of support acoorded to my father. J. W. HARDLEY, Plumber, Gasfitter, Tinsmith, and Galvanised Iron Worker. East Strut, ASHBURTON. AU Accounts due to Ist Maroh, 1689, must be paid promptly either to J. W, Hardley, East street, or Samuel Hardley, East Belt, Aahburton. 3t22 NOW REaDY. IHrkpatrick's SPECIAL QUALITY "X" BBAND. NEW SEASON'S FRESH FRUIT JAMS. KIRKPATRICK'S Speolal Qualltj " X" Brand of New Season's Jam Is madi from Nelson Grown Fruit only, and I boiled within a few hours after It bas bsei gathered, the Jam thus retains the ful avor and color of the Fresh Fruit. KIRKPATRICK'S JAM has galnec FIVE Prize Medals at the following Exhibitions -—London, Melbourne, Christs ohurob, Wellington, and Nelson, CAUTION. None Is genuine unless out name I '* stamped on tha Tin, and has our regli tered Trade Mark the letter "X" 01 the label. S. KIRKPATRICK & Go, MANUFACTURERS, * NELSON. >r A
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2079, 5 March 1889
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