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Auction TINWALD BALE YARDS. TUEB.UA Y,~23rd APEIL. MESSRS MILES & CO. will Sell by Pubilo AootioD, at tbe ab.we Yarde ou Booount of Mh Colin Stbwabt, i Two.tooth LINCOLN RAMS MTLES AND CO. J.T. FORD, Auctioneer. 4+165 GEO, JAMESON, Age D t, TINWALD YARDS. MILES and Co. are instructed to cell on Tuesday Next 1000 MERINO EWES 1000 From the Mount Parnaieus Station, A Rood line ; In good ooudltlon and guaranteed sound mouthed. J. T. FORD, Auctioneer 4*127 GEO. JAMESON, Agent. EAKAIA D THOMAS has received Instructions . .from Mr T. MoGdibb, bi administrator m the estate of the late George Robinson, to tell by PUBLIC AUCTION at tbe Saloyards, Rakaia, on THUBSDAY MAY 2nd, 1889. At 12 o'olook. THE following valuable Township allotments m Rakaia, viz., T.S. 452, 454 with three two-roomed cottages tbereoD, let at £12 10a for 4 yeara ; T.S. 94 and 96, fenced In ; T.S. 464, unimproved ; T.S, 475, 477, 479, 480, containing 1 sore, fenced and laid down In grass ; T.S. 118, 120, containing £ aore with fourroomed oottege, Boullary and store, iscd planted with fruit trees; T.S. 223, ±-*ore fenced and garden ; T.S. 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, containing 1£ »ore, belt of trees round it and the saleyards upon It ; T.S. 242, containing £-aore with tworoomed oottage ; T.S. 244 2445, 246, 247, 248, 249, H acre, fenced. The above sections are oentrally situated and ought to be worth the attention of speculators, residents and others, as they must be sold to olose up the estate. Terms at sale. D. TBOMAB, 4*96 Auctioneer, Ashburton. ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH. EASTER sItNOAY, 1889, HERVIOE9 at 8.30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 0 630 p.m. 4 147 NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. OHRISTOHDROH AUTUMN RAOEB, APRIL 22nd and 23rd. ON the 22nd »nd 23rd April the Evening Trains from Chris tohurob to Ashburton, and Rtkaia to Metbven will start it 5.25 p.m. and 7.40 p.m., running 70 and 60 minutes, respectively, later than time-table times. 4J133 BY ORDER. Kink, de Paris* " Cc n" est que LE PREMIER pas gui coftte," EASTEH "MONDAYThe Rink will be open as usual. SATURDAY— SINGLE FOOT RACE. WEDNESDAY," APEIL 24. ' Faooy Dress and Maypole Carnival First appearance of the BOROUGH BRASS BAND, they having been speolally engaged for the Carnival* A number of Fancy Costumes oan be obtained at the Rink for the above Carnival. .3*76 R. ELSTON, Manager. PLANTING SEASON, 1889. tHAYE this season a very large quantity of Forest and Fruit Trees, Comprising Abies DouglasiH, MeDzlesll, White Spruoe, Norway Spruce, Plnos Insignia, Lartolo, Austrlsos, Ponderosa, Maorooarps, Lawsoniana, Wellington!*, Larch, Silver Blrob, Oak, Laurels, Hollies, all kin is of Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, etc. Applet, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Gooseberries, Currants and Oahbage Plants, etc ,of all kinds. lam prepared, as usual, to Plant by Oontraot and replace for twelve months at lowest rates. 1 Maorocarpa Fences planted cheap, as I have a very large stook. Inspection invited. Prloe list on application; All ozders oarefully and securely- paoked and delivered at Railway station for which no oharge is made* N.B.— Note the address. JAMES PORTER, Nurseryman, Clifton Nursery, 4 81 AUento^n, Ashburton. JOHN G. RESTELL TIMBER, COAL, AND GENERAL o MERCHANT, ASHBURTON. Agent For— Northern Assuranoo Company Colonial Mutual Lifo Assurance Danks' Titan Windmill Deering All-Steel Twine Binder Wileotfs Portland Cement. —FOB SALE,— NEW IRON PAINT.S. Hematite m various colors, Tbe Beßt and Cheapest m the Market, containing from 80 to 90 per oe fc of Iron O*ide. Building Timber ! AND MATERIALS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AT

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2114, 20 April 1889

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