I 10a REWARD / FilOA information as to whereabouts o ;JC 35 Sbeep consisting of 10 or 12 fa "ro39brod K-WftS braided VR conjoined 15 Merino EWES branded OT, 8 Dom ttirabe. marked with rod raddlodowi Kck L Bt seen near Mr Parsons' Oliertsoy. 4f^B T. BEVKLL. LONGBEAOH ROAD BOARD. ?B>END2R.B are invited for :— Making 1 Drain on Torrnco Road f a'.ou CO chains. Specifications may bo eoen.at our offioo where tenders close on FRIDAY, Apri 12th, at 12 no;n. 0. B. FOOKS & SON, 4*49 Surveyors to the Board AND FJRKIGN BIBLE SOCIETY mHE Annual Meeting will be held lo X the Wesleyan Ohurch on WEDNESDAY, April 17, at 7.30. RKV. H. T. KOBJOHNS, the Society's Agent, and other Ministers, will address the Meeting. Collection In aid of tbe Soolety'o funds, 4*46 THE EDUCATION BOARD OP TflE DISTRICT OF NORTH CANTERBURY npENDERS are invited for Painting X the Sohool Buildlogs at Norland. Specifications can bo seen at tho Office of J. Orb, Esq., East street, Ashburton, and endors6U Tendars addressed to the Secretary of the Board will be reoeived not later than Twelve o'olook Noon on TUESDAY, tbe Oth Inatant, The Board does not bind Itietf to aoaept tbe lowest or any tender. • J. V. OOLBOBNE VEEL, Secretary. Ohrlstchuroh, Ist April, 1889 4 7 A GENERAL Meeting of all Maions m the County of Aahburton, will be held at the Somerset Mason lo Lodge at 7.30 p-m., on MONDAY, April Bth, to consider the question of forming a United Grand Lodge for New Zealand. Mtsons of all Constitution! are particularly Invited to attend. No Regalia, JAMES OOCKBURN, W.M., Thistle Lodge, 8.0. H. M. JONRS, W.M., St. John's Lodge, B.C. E. J, PAUL, W.M., 4*37 Somerset Lodge, B.C. NEW AUTUMN AND WINTER FASHIONS S- W. A r ° OBN & 0° HAVE now opened up a Choica Assortment of NEW GOODS For tho Soaßon. Now Jaokots, New Short Dolmans. Now Ulsters, Ladies', Maids, and Children's Newest Btjlea m Ladi«B* and Children's Hats, New French bress Stuff, New Dresn Tweed*, New Plftshoa, Feathers and Flowers, Blankotf, Flannels, Sheetings, 4c BEST VALUE PROCURABLE AT S. W. ALCOBK & CO. EAST STREET. 4*34 Monster Bazaar, mHE ANNUAL BAZ/VAR an Sale ol JL Work In connection with the Parooblal District of Longbaach, m aid of the Ohurch Funds, will be hold In tbe TEMPLAR nALL, TINWALD, ow EASTER MONDAY, 220 d April, 1889. Baziar opens at 11 a.m. Lunoheon provided on a liberal scale at a very moderate charge. Any contributions of prodaoe or live stock may be left at Mb Clark's Btores, and they will be thankfully acknowledged. Admission Cd ; Children half-price. _ 3+182 Rink de Paris. rPHE neyfc Sinking days are Monday Thursday & Saturday WEDNESDAY^ APBIL 24. Fancy Drees and Maypole Carnival Lidics and gentlemen wishing to take part In the Fancy Dress Carnival, are rrqueated to sond In their names to the management. R. ELBTON, 3*76 Manager. IMPOBTANT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF REID & GRAY'S Two and Three-farrow Ploughs. PLEASE NOTE that frrxn d&to heronf our DOUBLE and TjREBL-; EDBHOW PJ4OUGHB will bo ONE POUND LESS than Catalogue Price b , and obseiye tbat BAILAGE IS PAID BY U3 To any Station on the Hnrunnl-Bloff or mainline of railway t or FBBIGHT 18 PAID BY US To any main port of Now Zealand, aa per Catalogue. REID AND QUAY were awarded FIRST OBDER OF MERIT AND fcPEOIAL MENTION by the Jurors at the recent Melbourne Exhibition: and at that of 1880---81, REID AND GRAY net only won the only Gold Medal for Doable-farrow Ploughs awarded to New Zealand, bat from amoncet all the Ploughs m the Exhibition, from the leading English, American, and Colonial makora, their Plough so excited the admiration of the Jurora that it was singled out for Special Gommtadatory Reference ia their official report, aa f oflows : —" In Ploughs thero Is one oxhlbitto wh?ch wo wish to draw* Bpecial attention, aa being the beat, and tbat is thei Double Furrow of REID AND GRAY of Dnnodin, New Zealand. Iv finish and' construction 1b ie far superior to any other M — Bee Jurors' Report, paje 126, REID AND GRAY Dunedto, 18* March, Igfo, WKAX * KEID AND GRAY ARE THE LARGEST MAKBUB OF Iron Fencing Standards ffitss s snw«sstt2! ?s£S* *«tt wight aSiyiKS;
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