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ASHBURTON FOOTBALL CLUB. ff ijapSE Interested m forming a FootJ/^aH Olnb In Aehburton, are requested to meet at the Somerset Hotel, on SATURDAY, April 13th. at 7.30 p.m. Bharp. 44-84 ABHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL: UPPER RANGITATA BRIDGE. AUCTION Sale of Timber m 14 Lots will take plaoe at the Bridge on FRIDAY, 12th April, at noon WILLIAM BAXTER, 4&1 Oonnty Engineer. WANTED. WANTED for Removal, Four ov SixJBoomed House. Apply 4 86 D. THOMAS. SATURDAY, 13th APRIL. BPEOIAL'ENTRY. DRAUGHT HORSES FROM SOUTHLAND. MR T, BULLOCK has reoelved instrnotions from Mr Edwabd Saukdbbs to Sell by Pa olio Auotlon at the Aroade on SATURDAY, 13th APRIL. -f O Superior Draught MARES 1 O 1/0 and GELDING 4 and J.£ 6-years old, several of which were Ist and 2nd PRTZETAKERSattho Southern Shows. *"" T. BULLOCK, *+24 Auctioneer. IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District Oonrt of Aehburton (being a Local Court of Bankruptcy), holden at Ashborton. In the matter of " The Bankrnptoy Aot 1883," and the Aots amending the flame. NOTICE 1b hereby given that Jambs Gbahah, of Tinwaid, Contractor, has thU day been adjudloated a bankrupt, and that the first meeting of Creditors will be held m the Distrlot Courthouse, Aabbnrton, on MONDAY, April }sth, 1889, at 11 o'olook m the forenoon. Dated this 10th day of April, 1889. J. C. BELL, Deputy Official Assignee. R. M. CUTHBERTSON, Solicitor for debtor. 4+76 PLANTING SEASON, 1889. I HAVE this season a very large quantity of Forest and Fruit Trees, Comprising Abies Donglailli, Mecalosll, White Spruce, Norway Spruce, Plnas Insignia, Larlolo, Austrlioa, Ponderos« t Macrooarpp, Lawsonlana, Wellington^, Larob, Sliver Blrob, Oak, Laurels, Hollies,' all kinds of Ornamental Trees and Shrube, etc Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Gooseberries, Currants and Oahbage Plants, etc., of all kinds. lam prepared, as usual, to Plant by Contraot and rephoe for twelve months at lowest rates. Maorocarpa Fences planted cheap, as I have a very large stock. Inspection invited. Prloe list on application.' All orders carefully and aeourely packed and delivered at Railway station for which no oharge Is made* N.B.—Noto the address. JAMES PORTER, Nurseryman, Clifton Nursery, 4 81 Allenton, Aahburton. Monster Bazaar, mHE ANNUAL BAZAAR an Sale of X Work m connection with the Parochial Distrlot of Longbeaob, In aid of the Ohoroh Funds, will be held In the TEJMPLAR HALL, TINWALD, ON EASTER MONDAY, 22ad April, 1889. Baziar opens at 11 a.m. Lunoheon provided on a liberal soale at a very moderate oharge. Any contributions of produoe or live stook may be left at Mb Clark's Stores, and they will be thankfully acknowledged. Admission 6d; Children half-price. 3t182 ■ Cafe de Paris OASHEL STRBET. OHRISTOHUROH. F- ARENAS DESIRES respootfally to Inform his former patrons and the pnblio of Canterbury that be has AGAIN KNTEKED INTO POSSESSION Of this well-known Cafe*, and has opened the name from SATURDAY, APRIL 6th, Under his own management, when he will cater for them m the same manner as hitherto. Ho therefore relies upon them to aobord him that liberal support whloh they formerly extended to him, and In return be will 'guarantee that everything will be provided In a thoroughly reoherobe style. The services of a first-class Plsnlst have been secured to provide Operatlo and other Selections during Lunoheon and Ten, Meals at all houn. Excellent Hotel accommodation. The Best Lfqunrs of every description iup« piled. Charges Moderate. 3+85 WAKANUI ROAD BOARD. Special Obdbb. IN Aooordanoe with Clause 26 of the ««Road Boards Aot, 1882," I hereby give notice that at the ordinary meeting of the Wakanu! Road Board, to be held on May 4th, 1839, the question of passing of a Speotal Order to Inores^a th© number of Metnbara m No. 3 Ward of the said Road Board DUtrlofc to THREE, will be considered a petition to that effect having been reoelved by the Board. MURDOCH BRUCE, Chairman I i ApiU 6th, 1980, 4tW

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 11 April 1889

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