In Boreohqrob, one of the villages which is intensely concerned m the Colchester election, a story is tpld of an old ohuroh olerk who, being unable to write, forgot to announce that on the following Sunday there would be np serviop, the vjoar having promised $q ofpoiate for a friend at a neighboring ohqroh. Direotly the congregation were outside the blunt old olerk thought of his omisßion, and rushing out and mounting the nearest tomb* stone, h.e shouted at the top of his voice: '♦jThia is tp give notioe that there won't be no ohuroh here next Sunday. The vicar's goin 1 a flihjn' with a friend.' 1 ANNUAL HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICE. ST. ANDREWS OHUROH TINWALD MORNING Service at 11 a.m. Sermon by Rkt. R. F. Gabbbtx. 3J179 I MPOUNDED at the Waterton Pound, I on Marob 27tb, 1 Bay Mare, white faoe and white fetlocks ; with wall eye. If not claimed, will be sold on April 10:h, 1889. S, HOLLAND, 3tlßß Poaadkaeper. SDNKRAL NOTICE. I)HE Friends of Mr John Small are reßpeotfolly Informed that the fuceral of his late beloved daughter, Oathkrjn|Sj will move from bis residence, Graham's Road, Wbeatetone, on MONDAY, April Ist, at § a.m. for the Aehbur* ton Cemetery. BAKBR BROS., 3 185 Undertakers. TO LET f OR CROPPING BY TENDER. lOA ACRES, Part R. 8. 27493, XOv/ Dromore, for Cropping j bas been m grass 6 years, and fed off by sheep ; no grass been cut. Tenders to be lv by SATURDAY, April sth. For particulars, apply tc T>. THOMAS, Auctioneer, 3H37 Albburtop,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2098, 30 March 1889
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2098, 30 March 1889
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