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PEACHES, Quinces, Tomatoes and nl locally erown fruits B»tb Kidney • potatoes and Garllo, at C Beard, Fru'terer land Confectioner, Wills street, next Odd j /felir-w'sH-li. : WAKANUI RIVER BOARD. U — ' , mHE Outstanding Ba'nnc^ of Rates 3 .JL must be paid on cr before May 7th [ By orre.r 0 E.FOOK* &SON, i 4J174 Collect rs. ' "ASHBURTON RACING <LUB. i i "VTOMINATIONS olose on SATURi IM DAY EveDlrg, 27 h Inst, at i NINE o'clock. G. BISSET, • 4+193 Seoretary. j TENDERS. "~" TENDERS wanted for additions to Dw'illlnghouse at Wakanui. Plans an3 Fprcifioationa oan be seen at " Mai " Office, where Tenders will be reoeived till 29th Inßl. 4§lßo TENDERS. 1 RENDERS are Invited for the purchase, for removal of the large eheda, known as Parkin's workshops In Moore street. Tenders olose on WEDNESDAY, Ist M*y, addressed to D. MoFARLANE. 4J204 Ashburton, ASHBURTON HIGH SOHOOL. \\ J ANTED at <he commeucement of YV next term a Junior Master, competent to teach Latin, French, and I English subjects iu the lower c'asßeß. Some experience in tuition will be required. Salary, £100 per annum. Applications addressed to the Chairman of tbe Board will be received up to SATURDAY, 18th May proximo. JOHN EDGAR BUCHANAN, 4J164 Seoretary to the Board. TINWALD TOWN DISTRICT. TENDERS are Invited for the following works : — Re-forming and Metalling part of McMurdo street Forming and Metalling part of Carter Terrace. Specifications may be seen at Messrs Fooks and Son's Office where Tenders olose on FBIDA-", May 3rd. at 4 p.m. E. J. FOOKS, 4+203 Surveyor to the Board, NEW ZEALAND RAILWASS. FARES TO TIMARU FOR RACES, MAY 2nd and 3bd. SATURDAY return tickets to Timaru will be Issued at Ohrlstohuroh, Oamaru, and intermediate Stations, on tbe Ist, 2ad and 3rd May, available for retnrn till 6th May. Passengers for the Racecourse per South Express on the Race Days, oan obtain SATURDAY return tickets to Washdyke and rebook there for a speolal train to the R-eeoourso. 4J209 BY ORDER. .Kink de Paris. Will be open on SATURDAY As Usual. When a praotfoe for the coming CHAMPIONSHIP Will take place. Open every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, Morning Sessions (Ladies only) 10 to 12, Admission Free ; Skates, 6d. Afternoon, 2 30 to 4.30, Evening, 7*30 to IQ. 3*76 R. ELBTON, Manager. COLDSTREAM ROAD DISTRICT, ELECTION, MAY, 1889. THE undermentioned Persons having been duly Nominated as Members of the Coldstream Road Board, namely:— DOBSON, EDWARD HENRY DOWDING, CHARLES HENRY EMERSON, JOHN MoKEAGE, JAMES TILSON, GEORGE WITHELL, JOHN WRIGHT, EDWARD GEORGE A Poll for the Election of FIVE of the aforesaid Persons to constitute the Coldstream Road Board will be taken at the Road Board Offioe, Longlands, Hinds, between the hours of Nine o'olook In the Forenoon and Six o'clock In the Afternoon, on MONDAY. May 6h, 1889. J. O. BELL, Returning Officer. Ashburton, April 24th, 1889. _ 4+182 MOUNT HUTT ROAD BOARD. ANNUAL ELECTION, nVTOTIOE is hereby given that io ___M aooordanoe with the provisions of "The Road Boards Aot, 1882," and the " Regulation of Looal Elections Aot, 1876," an Election of FIVE Members, in the plaoe of tbe present Members wbo retire by iffloxlon of time, will take plaoe as follows : — Nominations In the prescribed form (suoh forms obtainable from the Returning Officer) addressed to the Returning Officer, will be received at the Road Board Offioe, Methven, before Twelve o'olook Noon, on MONDAY, May 6tb, 1889. A Poll, If neoessary, will be taken on WEDNESDAY, May 16tb, 1889, at tye Road Board Office, Methven, Sohoolhouse, Lauriston, and Sohoolhouse, Barr Hill, between the hours of Nine a.m. and Six p.m. F. MAINWARING, Returning Officer. Ashburton, 18th April, 1889. 4+184 £20 REWARD Will be p»ld to the Sheepowner who can j prove that Brooke's PERFECT SHEEP DIP Is not Superior to j COOPER'S OR LITTLE'S SHEEP DIP WHY Then Bend money out of the country when yon bave positively A BETTER DIP made In your own districtAs I am my own agent In Ashburton, I Intend giving Sheepowners the benefit , and will supply to Customers in the Ash button County only at 60s per case emptlas to be returned. At this price it is considerably oheaper than Cooper's, and i also oheaper than Little's when that Dip » Is used 1 to 80, CHERTSEY SALEYARDS DIP. BROOKE'S "Perfect" Sheep Dip will ) be used this season. Commence dipping 10th April. Prioe : One Penny per head up to 30th April, after then l£d. Entries to be made with John Thompson, Chertsey. , MANUFACTURED ONLY BY C. M. BROOKE, ASHBURTON,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2120, 27 April 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2120, 27 April 1889

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