ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. MAPS of the RUKS phortly to be sold are on view at tl'.o County Council Offioee. By order F. MAINWARING, A 17 Oierk. *ir FLBMINGTON PREnBYTKKIAN CHURCH. THE Annual T- A MEETING will be held m the Schoolroom, on FRIDAY. April 19th, 1889. Fublic Meetinc: m the Ohutch at 8 p vi. Addresses by Ministers and others, Selections of M'jbio by the Choir. *$47 ~~ THE Lenitive Pectoral Syrnp, H. Flon IS AN Infallible remedy for Catarrhs, Bronchitis, Coldsj and all Bronchial Affections. , It is for over Sixty Years prescribed by the medical Celebrities. GEOKGE'S PASTEofEPINAL A Pectoral Liquorice Bonboh, is proved to be efficacious against Colds, Nervous Coughs, and all irritations of ihe Throat and Chest. BBWARB OF IMITATIONS. REYNAL SONS et Co, Chemists, 28, Bub Taitbout, Paris WHY go m for Slops when you can get for the same price a first class Suit made to measure. WM. SPARROW TAILOR AND MEN S MERCER Baa engaged one of the Beßt Cutters m New Zealand, SUITS TO ORDER made on the premises. Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed, A Large Assortment of TWJIEDS atd COATINGS. An immense variety of Gentlemen's Shirts, Hats, Gloves, Soarves, Braces, &o. Waterproofs, Overcoats, Bugs, Portmanteaus. Gents* own material made up, and Bepairß executed promptly. Whl Sparrow EAST STREET Next Bank of New Zealand, 4 14 WESLEYAN CHURCH. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS, FBIDAY, AJPfiIL 12th. Leoture on " Mission work In Fiji and New Britain " by the Rtv Isaac Rooney. A Native convert acooiupanies Mr Rooney and ssilats In the meetlfg. To commence at 7.30 p. m. Collection for Mission Fund. SUNDAY, ipßit 14th.— Church Anniversary and Harvest Thanksgiving services Pkbaohbr— Rev. W. Morlby (Ohrtvtohuroh.) Services) at 11 am. and 6.30 p.m. Col lections for Trust Funds. TUESDAY, April 16th— Annual Soiree and Leoture m the Oddfellows Hall. Tea at 6 p.m. Lecture at 8 p.m. Leotnrer — Rev W. ; Morlby. Subjaot: "30,000 miles by Land and Sea." Admission — Tea and Leoture, Is 6d ; Children, Ib. Leoture only, adults, Is; ohlldren, 6d. Special musloal arrangements, Vocal and Orchestral, at all tbe above Services, under Mr Gamble, Choirmaster and conductor. 4 63 THUBSDAY, APRIL lira. At 12 noon. SALE by Public Auction by Mr Bullook of Household furniture and effects at Mb Clayton's Residence, Peter Street, Aahburton. For particulars see previous advertlflemsntg. 4 58 FAKMS. FAKMS, FAKMS. -\ /TESSRS MILES and CO. h&ve received JXJL instructions from Messrs Upton and Bussell to Sell by Public Auction the Sherwood Estate OP 2834 * ° R E 8 2834 IN FARMS of from 130 to 500 ACRES. The Sherwood Estate is situated on the Bakeia-Methvcn line of Railway, about 11 miles from the Aehburton and Bakaia townships, with good roads to either oentre. Tbe Land has been lightly cropped. The bulk of it is now m English gratia, laid down after turnip crops, and heavily fed with sheep, so that it is now ready for wheat culture. Each Farm has a plentiful water supply from the County race, and most of them will be ring fenced. The Land is easily worked, there is no waste and for the production of grain and root crops it is fully equal to the average land of the Canterbury Plains. The Farm Buildings, which are extensive, will be sold with a Block of about 500 Acres of Land, Plans are now being prepared, and will presently be m circulation. THE SALE WILL TAKE PLACE AT MRGEO JAMESON'S AUCTION ROOM ASHBUBTON, SATURDAY, i_of May next. For particulars apply to MILES AND CO. 204 Hereford street, Cbriatohurch. Or fa GEO; JAMESON, Aehburton. ALSO, on the same date,— LOT 15, Mr I. R. O. O. Graham's Farm, Tinwald, containing 134 ACKES This is for Absolute Saje, and will be sold on easy terms. . ALSO, on the same date,— In lots to nulfc purchasers, and on the most ■ favorable terms, the whole of the : Fairfield Estate Comprising about 3300 AORES Of Agricultural Land adjoining the Ashburton Township. Plans showing nub-dlvlslons and termi of payment are being prepared, and ffll 3 be Issued shortly, ' J. T. FORD, Auctioneer. GEO. JAMESON, 4|70 Agent, Aehburton,
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