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TENDERS. TENDERS wanted for additions to Dwellinghouse at Wakanui. Plans and Specifications oan be seen at " Mad " Offioe, where Tenders will be received till 29th tust. 4§lßo ST. STEPHEN'S OHUROH, ASHBURTON. HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICE. HIRIDAY Next, April 26th, at 7.3G JJ p.m. Preaoher: the Rev Jaspjbb >" myths of Pleasant Point, Collections for Sick and Needy Fund. 4*lßl HAVING been appointed Manager of MoOalldm and Co's Business, Uamaru, 1 request that all Claims aga.nat me be sent m at once ; and all moneys duo to me unpaid on or b.tore 29vh in«>i. Box 36. a. D. WiliLLo. 4 176 SHEEP FEED. , | LENDERS are invited for eating off X 40 Aores of Turnips and 60 Acres of uraas near Wins.ow, Suetp to be taken off June 10th, 1889, or as may be settled. Tenders seat m on or before 29th inbt,, addressed to PETER GRACE, j * 162 Wicslow. SATURDAY/, APRIL 27th, SPECIAL ENTRY. . A TEAM of Four Young DRAUGHTS buitable for all Kinds oi Farm work together witn. Dray aud Harness. Sale at 1 o'clock T. BULLOOK, 4t176 Auctioneer. GRAND VOCAL IHD MSfftlMUli CONCERT XO BE HELD IN THB ODDFELLOWS' HALL ON EEIDAY, MAY 3rd, 1889 IN AID OF THI ASHBURTON BOROUGH BRASS BAND FUNDS 4*121.^ jxmk de Paris* WEDNESDAY, APBIL 24. I MAYPOLE and FANOY DRESS. WEDNESDAY, APttIL 24th. CARNIVAL. WjtJWNJtoDAY, APRIL 24th. L&DIES OXFOED AN *CAMBBIDGE GuMPJJil'jLilOa. GEAND MABCH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24ih. SIR EOttEB de CIWEBLEY. CHINESE SPANGLE CONTEST. SELEOfIONS BY THE BOROUGH BRASS BAND. Admiaaion: Is; Reserved seats, 2s, Door open at 7.30. Band at 8 o'olook. 3*76 TBEES. TBEES. I BEG to thank my Friends and the Public for their generous support during tbe last 14 years, and to intimate that I have ready for this season's planting the Largest and Best Stock of Trees of all kinds ever offered m this District, including,-— 30,000 APPLE TREES 6,000 CEERKY TREES 4,000 PEAR TREES 3.000 PLUM TREES 3,000 PEACH TREEB fOO APRICOT TREES 9,000 WALNUT TBEES — Also — Nectarineßj Quinces, Filberts, Gooseberries, Ourrant3, &c, m great variety, and an innumerable quantity of Forest | Trees of all kinds suitable for Timber, Shelter, and Shade, as well as Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Hedge Plants, and Roses m endless variety. Everything worth planting, from the Scotch Heather to the giants of the Forest, To assist Customers m making their selection samples of mere than 60 sorts of keeping Apples may be seen at the ff hop of Messes J. Bealy and Co , East street, where orders will be received. Catalogues forwarded to any address on application, THOS. SEALY, The Nurseries, Ashbnrton, 4J177 South End of Traffic Bridge. £20 REWARD Will be paid to the Sheepowner who oan prove that Brooke's PERFECT SHEEP DIP Is not Superior to COOPER'S OR LITTLE'S SHEEP DIP YXTHY Then send money out of the I V V oountry when you have positively A BETTER DIP made In your own district* As I am my own agent m Ashburton, I intend giving Sheepowners the benefit and will supply to Customers In the Ash button Oounty only at 60s pee • case empties to be returned. At this prioe It is considerably cheaper than Cooper's, and ulso cheaper than Little's when that Dip is used 1 to 80. | OHERTSEY SALEYARDS DIP. i BROOKEd "Perfect" Bheep Dip will be used this season. Commence dipping 10th April. Price : One Penny per head up to 30fch April, after then l£d. Entries to be made with John Thomp* son, Chertsey. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY 0. M. BBOOKE, ASHBURTON, i

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2117, 24 April 1889

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