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TO CONTRACTORS. WANTED immediately Oontraot Teams for ploughing, 4 110 GEO. JAMESON. IflAlsKS. ' i 1 DESIRE to return my most sincere Thanks to all who ao kindly enaeavourod to save my Furniture, eto,, •t the late fire, and for the generous help afforded siuoe. JOSEPH ROBINSON. Tinwald, April 12ib, 1880. 4 105 [A card] MR W- HTRNEEN EX oRG_.JSI.3T, Melbourne ; late Lecturer on Mualo to ►.tudents-in-T_B.-u.Dg, Normal School, Dunedin. Teacher of Pianoforte, eto. 4 107 PROPOSED ALTERATIONS IN THE TRAIN ISERViOES. AT tbe request of a number of Burgesses, 1 hereby convene a Puolic M-_tlug to ba h.id i;» o.e i-orou^h Ohsmocrs ou TUESDAY, 16th mat., a. 8 p.m sua. p. to ouufcider tne aouve. DAVID THOMAS, 4 104 Mayor. NOTICE TO RATEPAYEKS. THOSE peraonß who have not paid their Bates for 1888 are placed on the ■• Defaulters' List," and will Jose their votes m Municipal Affairs for the ensuing year unless the arrears are paid AT ONO-*-. OH At). J_. FOOaB, , Town Olerk. Borough Council office, April 10th, 1889. 4 73 -_______________------_Ha-H«Hwaß__^^ FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of tbe late Edmond Flattery are respeotfully Invited to attend his Funeral, which will move from hla late residence (Trevorton) for the Catholic Ohurch on SUNDAY, at 2 p.m, BAKER BROS., 4-1-102 Underiakers. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES IN CON* NEOIION WLTH THE ASHBURTON BAPTIST OHUROH. A PUBLIO TeTmEETING will be held at the Oddfellows' Hall, Ashburton, on GOOD FRIDAY, 19xh inbt. Tea on table at 5 p^m, At the conclusion of the Tea, Bbvd Alfred Noeth and other Gentlemen will deliver addresses. Admission to TEA, Is, The BbvdAlfbed Noeth, of Dnnedin, will preach the Anniversary Sermons on SUNDAY, 21bt inßt m Oddfellows' Hall. ~ W. SAWLE, 4*42 Pastor, Cafe de Paris | OABHEL STREET. ! OHBISTOHUBOH. F AEENAS DESIRES respeotfully to Inform hie former patrons and the publio of Oanterbury that be bas -GAIN ENTERED INTO POSSESSION Of this well-known O-fd, and has opened . the Bame from SATURDAY, APRIL 6th, Under his own management, when he will cater for tbem In the same manner as hitherto. He therefore relies upon tbem to aooord him that llberal*>aupport whioh they formerly extended to blm, aud ln return ho will guarantee that everything will be provided ln a thoroughly reoherche style. The s.r-*loes of a first-olass Pianist have been scoured to provide Operatic and other S.leotioos during Luncheon and Teu, Meals at all hours. Exoellent Hotel accommodation, The Best Llquurs of every deaorlptlon supplied. Oharges Moderate. 3t85

Auctions ASHBURTON YARDS. MR D. THOMAS has reoelved Instructions to sell by Publio Auotlon on TUESDAY, APRIL 16th 1889. QO BAOON PIGS and PORKERS DAVID THOMAS, 4 108 Auctioneer, Ashburton. f RAKAI D THOMAS has received instructions ; from Mb T. MoGoihe, as admlnls* {rater m the estate of the late George Robinson, to sell by PUBLIC AUOTION at tho Saleyards, Rakaia, on THURSDAY MAY 2nd, 1889. At 12 o'olock. THE following valuable Township allotments m Rakaia, vfz , T.S. 452, 454 with throe two-roomed oottages thereon, let at £12 10a for 4 years ; T.S. 94 aud 96, fenced In; T.S. 464, unimproved ; T.S. 476, 477, 479, 480, containIng 1 acre, fenced and laid down m grasi ; T.S. 118, 120, containing £-aore with fourroomod cottage, eoullery and store, lexd planted with irult trees; T.B. 223, J-aore fenced and garden ; T.S. 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, containing 1£ aore, belt of trees round It and the naleyards upon it ; T.S. 242, containing £-aore with tworoomed oottage ; T.S. 244 2445, 246, 247, 248, 249, li aore. fenced. The above eeotlqns are oentrally situated and ought to be north the attention of speculators, residents aud others, as they must be sold to close up the estate. Terms at sale. D. THOMAS. 4*99 AuQtloneer, AihWtoq,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 13 April 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 13 April 1889

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