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' _^ Public Notices "* PUBLIC HALF-HOLIDAYS. THHE Burgessßß are requested to otase H their places of Bnsloens from NOOjN on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, May 9h and 10 h, being the days of the Ashburton Racing Club Autumn Raoe Meeting, 5*37 D. THOMAS, Msyor, THE ' ■ A NNUAL mEA. TIiTEBT-NG OF THE ASHBURTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ODDFELLOWS HAIL TUESDAY, 14ra MAY. 543 J. MEECH & CO. CABINETMAKER'S \ AND U P H O L S TEES. FURNITURE Bought, Sold, or Exohanged. COLEMAN'S BUILDINGS, TANORED STREET, ASHBURTON. ASHBURTON RACING CLUB. AUTUMN~MEETING May 9th and 10th, 1889.

ACCEPTANCES AND ENTRIES, must be made to the Beoretary, Commercial Hotel, Ashburton, by NINE o'olook on MONDAY evening May 6 th, as under :— HURDLE RAOE HANDICAP, aooeptanoe, 1 soy. WAKANUI STAKES HANDICAP, aooeptanoe, 10« ASHBURTON AUTUMN HANDICAP, aooeptanoe, 1J- soys, NOVEL RAOE, tf alf-e-Mlle, weight, Bst entry 10s DISTRIOT WELTER HANDICAP, aooeptanoe, lOj FLYING HANDICAP, aoceptanoe, 10s It mil be seen (hat post entries are not to be taken foi any event at this meeting. 5 34 G. BISSfIT, Secretary MOUNT HUTT ROAD BOARD. annual"eleotion,

-VTOTIOE Is horeby given that m Xl aooordanoe with tbe provisions of " The Road Boards Aot, 1882," and the "Regulation of Looal Elections Aot, 1876," an Election of FIVE Members, In the plaoe of the present Members who retire by tffioxlon of time, will take plaoe as follows : — Nominations In tbe prescribed form (suoh forms obtainable from tbe Returning Offioer) addressed to the Returniog Offioer, will be received at the Road Board Offioe, Methven, before Twelve o'olook Noon, on MONDAY, M»v 6tb, 1889. '

A Poll, if neoeasary, will be taken on WEDNESDAY, May 15th, 1889, at the Road Board Offioe, Methven, Sohoolhouse, Lauriston, and Soboolhouse, Barr Hill, between the hours of Nine a,m. and Six p.m. F. MAINWARING. Returnta? Offioer. AshburtoD, 18th April, 1889. 4t184 Anction " SATURDAY, MAY 18th, AN IMPROVED FARM IN THE WAKANUI DISTRIOT.

MR T. BULLOCK has reoeived atruotlona from Ma William Jamison to Bell by Public Auotion at tbe Arcade on SATURDAY, MAY 18th His Farm of 142 % Acres. being B*B 7797, and part of 4980, situated m the Wakanul Boad Board Distriot, fenced, and divided into 6 eonven ; ent sized Paddooks, all m grasß excepting about 35 ACRES, There is a Dwelllnghouse, Stable and Implement Shed and otber Buildings ereoted en the Property. This was an early seleotion, and the Land ia of first-class quality. Those desirous of purchasing In this well-known locality, are Invited to inspect It, and attend the sale, Terms Liberal. Sale at 12 Noon, _ ~. BULLOCK, 0+22 Auotioneer. SATURDAY, 11th MAY.

Desirable Property for Sale by Public Auotion,

MESSRS WILLIAMS, BLAND and CO., have reoeived instructions from Mrs R. J, Folbt (m consequence of ber leaving the distriot), to Sell by Public Auotion at their East Street Auotion Rooms, on the above date,— Town Sections— No's. 10C3 and 1004, each containing £ aore, on whioh ia ereoted a suDstantially built Dwelllng-Houie of 7 Rooms, Stable and otber outbuilding, The property la well fenoed, situated m what Is now acknowledged to be the most healthy part of the town.

Inspection Invited. Terms Very Liberal at Sale. Sale at 12.15 o'olook. WILLIAMS, BLAND AND CO., 5f31 Auctioneers, CLEABING SALE. Equity of Redemption of Farm of 276 aores, being R.S. 20417, 20296, 20297. WATERTON DISTRIOT, and adjoining the properties of Messrs MoArthur, Donaldson, and Dawson, together with all the LIVE and DEAD STOCK thereon, on WEDNESDAY, 15xh MAY, 1889, MR D. THOMAS has reoeived Instructions from Mb W. J, Browjt of Waterton to sell by Public Auotion at above AT THE HOMESTEAD, 300 EWEB ft£A Crossbred LAMBS Ploughs, Dray, Harrows, Wood's Reaper and Binder, McOormiok Reaper and Binder. Samulaon Reaper, quantity of Harness, £ HORSES O COWS O CALVES, and a lot of Sundries, Sale at half-past 12 o'clock. .j.... fcunchaon provided. *W P, Tfloaus,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2126, 4 May 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2126, 4 May 1889

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