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SATUBDAY, 4th MAY, 1889. At Bait Street Horse Bazaar, At 12 o'olook. ASHBUBTON~RAOING CLUB AUTUMN MEETING PRIVILEGES. IT7ILIIAMB, BLAND and Oc, will W Sell by Public Auotlon at the above time anu plaoe, — The Bights and Privileges of the forthcoming Meeting, to be held on Thursday and Friday, May 9th and 10th, 1889,— Consisting of — No I— Publican's Booth and Luncheon Boom No 2— Publican's Booth Lot 3— Confectioner's Booth Lot 4 — Confectioner's Booth Lot 6— Bight of Sports Lot 6-Baitlng Paddook WILLIAMS, BLAND Co. 6 18 Auctioneers. SATUBDAY, 4th MAY, 1889 AT EAST STBEET BOOMS At 12 o'olook. To olose aonslgnments. WILLIAMS, BLAND & CO. have received instructions to sell by Public Auotlon at the above time and place, — A PIANOS by F. Boiener Also — Single and Double Iron Bedsteads, Mattresses, Palliasse;, Chairs, Arm Chairs, Oheflonleiß, 5 Guns, 30ft Hose, Carpets, Children's Chain, Chest Drawers, Double furrow Ploughs, Harrows, American Express Wagon, Set Tandem Leading Harness, &o, 4c. 517 WILLIAMS, BLAND, & 00.

FARMS. FARMS* FABMS. "JI/TESSBS MILES and CO. have received jjX. instructions from Messes Uttom and Bubsell to Sell by Public Auction the Sherwood Estate or 2834 *° R B 8 2834 IN FAKMS of from 130 to 600 ACRES. The Sherwood Estate is situated on the Bak&ia-Methven line of Hallway, about 11 miles from the Ashburton and Bakaia townships, with good roade to either centre, The Land has been lightly cropped. The bulk of it is now In English graaß, laid down after turnip crops, and heavily fed with sheep, so that it is now ready for wheat oultnre. Each Farm has a plentiful | water enpply from the Connty race, and most of them will be ring fenced. The Land is easily worked, there is no waste and for the production of grain and root crops it ib fully equal to the average land of the Canterbury Plains. The Farm Buildings, whioh are extensive, will be sold with a Block of about 600 Aores of Landf THE SALE WILL TAKE PLAOE AT MB GEO. JAMESON'S AUCTION BOOM ASHBUBTON,

SATURDAY, 4th of May next. Commencing at half past 1 o'clock i ™"~™ """"" """" ~™ ~ ~ ~~~ "~~~" * ALSO, on the flame date,— LOT 16, Mr I. R. 0. 0. Gbaham'b Farm, Tinwald, containing 134 ACEES This is for Absolute Sale, and will be Bold on easy terms. Terms— lo per oent. Cash 10 „ 4th May, 1890 10 „ 4th May, 1891 10 „ „ 1892 Balance „ 1898 Interest at 7 per cent. ALSO, on the Bame date,— In lots to salt purchasers, and on the moit favorable terms, the whole of the Fairfield Estate Comprising about 3300 A0RB » Of Agricultural Land adjoining the Ashbnrton Township. Plans showing sub-divisions and terma of payment are now ready, and miy be obtained on application to J. T. FOBD, Auotioneei. GEO. JAMESON, 70 Agent, Aahburton. Public Notices

PEAOHES, Quinces, Tomatoes and al locally grown fruits. Bath Kidney potatoes and Garllo, at O Biabd, Frnlterev and Oonfeotloner, Wills street, next Oddfellow's Hall.

ABHBURION BOROUGH BRASS BAND.

VOOAL& INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT ODDFELLOWS' HALL

TO-NIGHT — PROGRAMME.— Pabt I. Overture—" Zampa " ... OboheSira Song—" When the heart was Young » Mbs P. Williams Bong— "Goodwin Sands"... Mb Jackson Cornet Solo—" Happy be thy Dreams " ... Mb I. W. Bazteb Song— "Pierrot" Mbs Cms* Song— ll The Silver Cup" Mb P. Williams Song—" The Old Cathedral " (with Orohettral Accompaniment) Miflß Babbatt Vocal Dnet— " Very Suspicious" Mb and Mbs Flower Interval of ten minutes. Pabt 11, Overture—" Maianlello" ... Orchestra Song— "Four Jolly Smiths" Mb Peter Williams (Orohostval Accompaniment) Song— "The Nlghtlngalea Trill " Mb Flower Cornet Duet—" He Mea Aroba " Messrs H, Burfoot and A. J. Baxter Song—" The Better Land" Miss Annie Gates (Violin Obllgato) ... Miss Ethbl Gates Song—" They all Love Jack " Mr H, Stephbnson Violin Solo— «• Keel Row "Mr B. Ward Qaiok Step— Aahburton Borough Brais Band. God Save the Qaeen. Oonduator ... Mr Hobaqb A: Gates Leader ... ,„ Mr Bbnest Ward Pitnlii M , ,„ Mm 4« 0. Olabid«b ■ r l!9Wttri^ „, M» Row, Qia«|

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2125, 3 May 1889

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