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Public Notices „-. ,- 4 ENDERB are Invited for Building a JL Farm Housa at Wakanul for Mb Maxwell. Plana and Spec floillona can be seen at my Omop. Tenders oloae on MONDAY, Ist April, at Nocn. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. R. BIRD, b+lso Architect. M RS H; ILL MONTHLY NURSE, Moorb Street, Asbborton, Wisheß It known that persons coming to town for medioal treatment can have private rooms at tbe above address. 2 62 DANCING CLASS. THR Firat of a aeries of Danoas In connection with the above will be held m the Orange Hall on WEDNESDAY, March 27th, commencing at 8 o'olook. Music by Messrs Gates and Ward, Admission, 2j 6d. 3 148 TO BUILDERS. TENDERS wanted for Erecting additions to Farm Bouse near Drcmore. Plana and JSpeoifioatlons to be seen at Mr J. G. Resteil'a Office, where Tenders will be reoeived up to 12 o'olook noon on THURSDAY 28;hlnst. 3 149 apt S. B. SEYMOUK, QURGEON-DENTIST will VISIT ASHBURTON TUESDAY, 2nd APRIL, 1889, And may be consulted at Mr Cambridge's Chemist, until 4 p.m, 3 144 PAROCHIAL DISTRICT OF TINWALD AND LONGBEAOH. HIS LORDSHIP the Primate, wiil hold a Confirmation Service m St. Andrew's Ohnrcb, Tinwald, on SUNDAY, 24 h Inst, at 11 a.m, and at Waterton Ohuroh at 3 p.m The aonseoratlon of the Tinwald ChurCh by the Bishop will take place on MONDAY, 2Dth Marob, at Ham. 3 140 In Bankruptcy. IN BANKRUPTCY. ESTATE OF JOHN RUSSELL, DRAPER. THE time for reoeivlog tenders for tbe Stook m the above estate la extended to 4 p.m. on THURSDAY, Maroh 28th, next, at theOffioial Assignee's iffioe, Ohrlstohuroh. Stock lists and conditions at Assignee's offices, Christohuroh, Ashburton and Tlmaru. J. O BELL, Deputy Official Assignee. Ashburton, March 22nd, 1889. 3fHl ■ 3 Auctions An Improved Farm at Wakanul, Town Seotlon Tinwald, and Building Allotments InAllenton, MB T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr DaVjd MoCoMBE, to sell by Publio Auction at the Arcade, on SATURDAY, 6th APRIL, Ai 12 o'clock, Noon, His Farm of 80 acres, being R.S. 27726, Wakanul Road District. There la a well built Dwelling House of 4 rooms, match- lined throughout, erected on the property, and Plantations ronnd about the house. It la well fenced with live fenots, and watered by a County water raoe. T.S, 278, containing J-aore, Charles Street, Tinwald ; not far from the R til way Station, together with a 6 -Roomed House. Also on acoount cf Mr Wm. Panniuk. Lots, 9, 10, 11 and 12, eaoh containing £-aore, Cox Street, North, Allenton suburban Dial riot. Easy terms of payment will be acoepted tor these properties. Intending purchasers are invited to Inspect them and attend the sale. T. BULLOCK, 3*46 Auctioneer. SATURD iV, -APRIL 6th. Desirable Property at Methven. MR T. BULLOCK has reoeived Instructions to Bell by Publio Auction at the Aroade on the above date, 1 sore 3 roods 12 perches, together with s well built 6 roomed house, plastered throughout, with verandah, at present m the occupation of Mr Bibbs. The Mimhfirs 0 f the lotß are as follow, vie , 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131. This property la well altuated and will be sold a bargatn. Terms and full particulars oin be obtained on application. Sale at 12 o'clook. 3*47 T. BULLOCK, Auctioneer. THURSDAY, APRIL 11th, At twelve, noon, MR T. BULLOCK, instruct d by Mr Glatton, Solicitor, who is leaving Ashburton, will sell by public auction on the premises, Peter 6treef, an assortment of — HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, Including nn exce^ent piano (Milner and Thompson's Dreeden model), a quantity of mueic, books of general literature, tricycle wlt» gun metal mournings and ball bearings to wheels and pedsls, Singer's sewing machine, useful bed oom and kitchen utensils, tinware, joiners' tools, eto, etc. Also,— The Saint Bernard bitch "Doric," out of "Vera," a Ohristcburob prize taker. T. BULLOCK, 3*138 Auctioneer. TINWaLD y AR Dsi MR D. THOMAS hoa received in* Btructions from a Client to Sellby Public Aucti >n at the above Yards on TUESDAY, MARCH 26th, DO Good Stubblers 65 D. THOMAS, 35136 Auctioneer. TINWALD RAM AND EWE FAIR FRIDAY, 29ih MULBCU, WE shall have come choice lines of Halfbred and Merino EWES to offer. Also,— Leicester, Linco'n, and Merino BAMS. MILES AND 00. GEO. JAMESON, S'Uo Agent.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2095, 23 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2095, 23 March 1889

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