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LOST between the Courthouse and the Drill Shed a Bunoh of Keys, itfndei rewarded on returning same to Office ol this paper. 4*217 COLDSTREAM ROAD DISTRIOT. THE Annual Meeting of Ratepayers ol the Oolusue»m Koad District will be void ai ih<j Ko»d iioaru Office, LungJaudr, Hiudu, kt noon on MojXDaY, May 6th, 1889. E. H. DOBoOiN, 4*234 Chairman. HAMPaTICAD TOWN DISTiiIOTT npENDERS are rt quired for carting X »DOQt 100/ds of metal to William St. Jbetheiby, muu about bOyds to Green Line. Teudera at per oublo yard by noon on FRIDAY, May 3rd, to P. FAWOETT, 4J235 Oaalrmao. \JLT E ARE LANDING " Large Cornsacks. 4 213 FRIEDLANDBR BROS. 100 AORES TO LET. ' mENDERS are Invited for the letse X tor 5, 6, or 7 yeara ot K.B. 22223, lUU Aorea situated lv the Wakanul JJiatrlot, the property of Wyhk Williams, £sq , Ohristohuroh. Tenaers oiuse on MoJNDaY, May 6th, the highest cr any tender not necessarily accepted. For further particulars apply to 4 212 T. BULLOCK, JTUaEIiAI! NOxiOE. THE Friends of the late William Henry Crocker are respectfully informed that his Foneral will move from the residence of his mother, Tancred sueet, at 2.30 p.m. on WM)IxEBDAY, May Ist, for the Ashburton Cemetery. BAKER BROS., 4 222 Undertakers. TO CONSIDER THE WEEKLY HALF HOLIDAY MOVEMENT. A PUBLIO MEETING will bo held m the Oddfellows' Hall on TUESDAY, April 30th, 1889, at 8 p.m. His Worship the Mayor will take the chair. The meeting will be under the auspices of the following gentlemen : — ttev E. A. Scott Mr D. Thomas, Rev A, M. Beattie Mr Geo. Jameson, Rev J, N. Buttle Mr A. Harrison Mr J. W. Sawle Mr Geo. Lamb, farmer Major Steward M.H.B. Mr Jas. Croy.farmer W. a Walker, Eeq M.H.B. Mr And. Leatham farmer a W. Purnell, Esq. 4 199 Important Sale OF LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, loolndiog a Stud Flook of shropshire! down sheep. JMl'ileb and Co. Have reoelved Instructions from Messrs Upton and Russell, of Sherwood, Lanrls* ton, South Rakata, to submit THE WBOLE OF THEIR LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, TO PUBLiO AUCTION, AT THB SHERWOOD HOMESTEAD, ON FRIDAY, MAT 3, NEXT. The LIVE STOOK oomprUe— 4200 SHBBP -i r* HORSES Q CATTLE The STUD FLOOK of Shropshire Down Sheep number about 300, viz— I RO BWBS ' ln lsmb to p ffz3 i oo E ™* hoggets RQ RAM HOGGETS, and O RAM 3 The FLOOK SHEEP comprise— ■j AAA FIRBT OROBB EWES. 6A.\J\J\J tooth and full-mouthed, m lamb to Lincoln rams •iOAA Horsley Down MERINO J. A\) U EWES, ln lamb to English Leicester tarns sQKA Three-qnarterbred LAMBS, OOU by Lincoln rams AAA First Cross LAMBS, by Eng* \j\J\J llsh Leicester rams OH A Oall OROSBBREDS, of £i\J\J mlzed ages and sexes The HORSES comprise — A USEFUL FARM HORSES q LIGHT HARNESS DO Q HACKS 4 BROOD MARSS, ln foal, and Q UNBROKEN HORSES 9 HEAD OF CATTLE, including oows ln milk and ln oalf. The IMPLEMENTS comprise— Farm Dray (with frame), Reaper and Binder Dlso Harrow, Grass Mower Broadcast Sower, Cambridge Roller D.F. Plough, Tine Harrows, Express Waggon Leading and Shaft Harness, Buggy Harness Lawn Mower, Weighing Machine Solway Wool-press, S Sheep Racks Double and Single Trees Sundries, etc The Shropshire Down Sheep will be submitted m Lota of 10, and the Flook Sheep In Lois of 100 or more, to suit all classes of purchasers. We are also instructed to sell by Auotion A Splendid Crop of Green Top Yellow Aberdeen TURNIPS, 240 Aores, Now growing on the Estate, to be fed off by Sheep on the ground on or before the Ist day of August next. There will be a oonTiyanoe to meet the express on Its arrival at the Rakala station on the morning of FRIDAY, the 3rd day of May, to oonvey passengers by train to the plaoe of sale, and take them baok ln time to oaten the expreat m the evening; Refreshments will be provided at 11.30 a.m , and the Sale will oommente punctually At 12 o'clock. FVERY LOT~WILL BE FOR ABSOLUTE SALE, And the tale of the Estate In Firms will take plaoe at MR GEORGE JAMEBON'S AUOTION ROOMS, ASHBURTON. On the following day, SA TUR DAY, MA V tth. - MILES & CO., J.T, FOBD, Auctioneer. Hereford atreet Christohvoh, m esftwwsyik I. m?f t f & •** ' «... i .....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2122, 30 April 1889

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