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1 Pnttlc Notices. I ODDFELLOWfc' HALL. THREE NIGHTS ONLY. AMY YAHGHAH'S COMEDY. MiNSTREL,& BURLESQUE COMEDY, MrNBTR L, & KURL"*QUE COMEDY, MINSTREL, & BURLESQUE COMPANY. OPENING Nighti" WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6thAdmission : Front Seats, 3b ; Second, 2a ; Back Seats, Is, Doors open at 730 Saats may be reserved at W Zinder's. 3^6 pHABLES OBADDELL ESTATE, HOUSE, LAND AND GEtiERAti COMMISSION AGENT. Licensed Land Broker, and Sworn Valuator under the v Land Transfer Act, 1885 ' Agent for the National Fire Insurance Company, Rants »nd debts collected. Several Farms and Houses for Sale or to Let Burnett Street (opposite the Arcade.) j 2*Bl Transfer of Business IN Thanking my numerous Oaitomeri for the liberal support they have given me daring tbe last 10 years I have been m Buaineis aa Plumber, Gaifitter, and Tinsmith, I take this opportunity of informing them that I have DISPOSED OF THE BUSINESS To my Sofl, John W. Harpist, and Bolloit for him a oontlnuanoe of their patronage. ] SAML. HABDLEY. March Ist, 1889. In refereooe to the above I trust by a •trlot attention to Business, Including a promptitude m the execution of all orders, to merit the tame measure of support accorded to my father. J. W. Hardley PLUMBER, GABFITTER, TINSMITH AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER. East Strut, ASHBURTON. All Accounts due to Ist Mar oh, 1889, must be paid promptly either to J. W, Hardley, East street, or Samuel Hardley, East Belt, Asbburton. 3t22 Auctions SATURDAY, MA BOH 16th. Tinwald Sections m tbe Estate of the late B. MjsTQALf jb. MR T. BULLOOK has received instructions from Mmbbs Aolaad A»p BAt jjs, Agents for the Publio Trustee, to Pell by Publio Auction at tbe. Arcade on the above date,— Lots 21, 22, 23 and 24 each containing acre, well situated at the corners of Archibald, McMurdo, and Jane streets, and near Mr Joseph Ciark's Grain Stoic. Inspection Invited. Terms at Sale. Sale at 12 o'olook. T. BULLOOK, 3*3 * Auctioneer. TUESDAY, 12th MARCH. MESSRS MILES and 00. ar* inslracted to Sejl by Auction, at the Tinwala yards, on TUESDAY NEXT, 3000 *%%? 3000 From the Mount Pcisession Station. The Sheep are all sound-mouthed and m good condition* ~ T. FORD, 1±66 Auctioneer. GEORGE JAMESON, Agent, 3*33 Aahburton, important auction sile. salvage"from fire. absolute sale. Earthenware, Hollow-ware, Haidware, Glassware, Obina, Galvanised Buckets, Baths, Lampi, Lamp Stoves, &c. &c. MESSRS MATSON & 00. have been favored with instructions from Percy Nind-Ward, Eeq , to Sell by Public Auction at the Warehouse, Crystal Palaoe Building*, Colombo street, on THURSDAY, MARCH 7th, 1889, At 11 o'clock, The following lineß, salvaged from the fire which recentl} opcurred m the Warehouse of Mr Ward, and a great number of the Lots will be found to be only slightly damaged :— 500 Doz Plates, 250 doz Printed Bowls, 250 doz Pudding Bowls, 50 doz Vegetable Dishes, 80 doz Cups and Saucers. 150 doz Mugs, 24 doz Sauce and Soup Tureens, 40 doe Yellow Dishes, 1 Case Cut Wines gOO Doz Tumblers, ?0 doz China Plates 60 doz Jap. Coal Scoops, 4 bales Drapers' Out Paper, gOO Genuine Aurora Lamp Stoveß, 200 gross Wicks for above 30 Doz Galvanised Buckets, various sizes, light and heavy, 4 doz Galvanised Oval Baths, 1 bale Manilla Kits, 48 doz Chambers, 24 doz Candlesticks, 44 doz Oandle* sticks, 48 doz Bro. covered Jars for Jam, 3 doz Commode Pans, 40 doz Auckland Corn Brooms, 6 doz painted Jugs Glass Jars, coils Rope, Broom Handles, Axe Handles, Egg Cupp, white and gold China Chamber gets, large Galvanised Iron Building, &o, &o, &o. In addition to the above Salvage Stock, there will be a large quantity of other goods of various claeees submitted for sale, which have not been damaged by fire, but which must be cleared for whatever they will real Be, on account of the limited storage room Mr Ward will have pending the re -building of Warehouses. These lines will include heavy shipments just landed after the fire ex Rakaia, Halcione, Mathilde Hennings, and direct steamers, ( casks of Glassware, Lamps, Fenders, Fire Irons, Flour Tubs, Cinder Sieves, Lanterns, Hollow-ware, Hand bowls. Hammers, printed Teapots, Doormats, Wire Olothes- , Lines, Perambulators, fancy Soaps, Carpets m squaree, Cutlery, Shop Twine. Brushware, Leather Bags, and various other lines. We also especially beg to call attention to this sale as being peculiarly adapted for the benefit of the Retail Trad,e, General Storekeepers, and i Country Tradesmen, ffte lines are very suitable for the General Trade, and to all who may avail themselves of this hona fide opportunity the return mqit ulti« mately be most beneficial. Catalogues m preparation. 911 AwHwwrj,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2080, 6 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2080, 6 March 1889

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