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Auctions SATURDAY, MAY 18th HPGOTaL ENTRIES, Oa account of John Grlfltg Esq., Long*, beach,— * 20 HOBSBS 20 P«lnolp»Uy UfcUt EUcnest I Horses and Hacks. I - On arooatit of M-Jisaro Hooken Bro»,~ n Young MeJiumD^AUGarS /> Suitable for all kinds of Farm work. On account of Mr William Bennett, — 3 DRAUGHT MARES end Q GELDINGS O "Maasey" Twine Binder; new this season. A qaantlty of harnesi, <fco. Sale at 1 o'olook, T. BULLOOK, s§l3S Auosioneer. SATURDAY, MAT 18xh. Buildings for Removal ; Corn crusher, &c. (l/fB T, BULLOCK haa reoeived ijfJL instructions from the Owner to Sell by Public Auotion at th« Arcade on BATURDAY, MAY 18th, An Tron tined for removal, 27 z 13, fliored with T and G flooring, i irtabie for a email granary. Also small Office, match lined through* out, now standing on T.B, 66, West Street, Oorncrueher, Wheelbarrow, etc Bale at 12 o'olook. IFT BULLOOK, stlCo Auctioneer. Clearing Sale MRD. THOMAS has reobived lnitrnotion from holder of Bill of Sale to sell by Public Aaotloa at Mb Bbook's House, Peter street, Ashburtoo, on SATURDAY, MAY 18th, At 10 o'olook. THE whole of the Household Furniture Pictures, Orookery and Utensils. No Reserve. D. THOMAS, 5f127 Aootioneer. Public Notices LQNGBEAOH ROAD BOARD. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCIES. NO 3 WARD. THE following Nominations were re* oeived : — EDWIN HORSEY WILLIAM MOSES A POLL for 'he Eleotlon of ONE of the abovo named candidates to the offioe of member for No 3 Ward of the Longbeaoh Road Board, will be taken at the FiemlDgton School on THURSDAY, May 23rd, 1889, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. ALFRED A. FOOKS, Depnty Returning Offioer, WAEANUI ROAD BOARD. NO 2 WARD. EXTRAORDINARY. npBE following nominations have been I reoeived :— GEORGE OOE DAVID WILSON A Poll for the election of ONE of the above-named candidates will be taken at the Wakftool Sohool on WEDNESDAY, Way 220 d, 1889, between the bourß of 9 am. and 6 p.m. E. J. FOOKS. Returning Offioer. May 9.b, 1889. 5t114 WHSTERFIKLD FLOUR MILLS. \ EARMERS and other Settlers In the ! Aehburton Dlstriot are Informed that the above Mills are now prepared to do gristing In any quantity at lowest rates, and having a Flrst-Olais Miller engaged, satisfaction can be guaranteed. Grain for gristing oan be left at my shop In Tancred street, G. J. F. LUBLOW, Proprietor. RINK fa PARIS THE NEXT RINKING DAYS will be Wednesday thursday and SATURDAY AMATEUE CHAMPIONSHIP ONE MILE On THURSDAY, MAY i6th IMPOEIAJST DEDUCTION IN, PRICES OF REID & GRA Y'S Two and Tliree-farfow Plonghs. PLOUGHS will beO^B PCUNXJ LBSSthaCatalogue Pricie .and observe that BAILAOB PAID By U8 I To any B^atipfl on the Hnrunnl-UlnfiE or wauiline of railway ; or ?EBIQH^IS PAJp'BY tjs To any main port of Ne» a^land, as per Oatalqgqe. Rjan AND GBAY were awarded FIBoT" Melbonrne Exhibition i and at that of IRSftGold Medal for DQ ? We./nno W^ pjmw&B awarded to New «oaland; t>ntf %om «mn££ ah tti npnhi .in the ieftdlag Jlnglteh, Aweripdu," ani S£ n S m ak«T B , their Plough so excited the admSation of the Iwore that U was Bugled \mt for 8 p«oal dpm W ndatory Hoforence ia the" o% olal report, as ioUowa:-,«i v WonSSi there is one exhibit to whlob we w£h to df .i" special attention, as heing the ho9t, and that is the Double Furrow of KBID AND GRAY of D^edia, isew Zealand t fiiteh a?<( ooustruotion ie ie fa? anporior to any othe- *-. See Jurors' Report, page 125, * w " S,SID AND GRAYi 2-- n Min, 18th March, 18W. BEip AND GiRkY ARE -jjHE LAEGEST MAKER& OF lion Fencing Standards Which tiieyc ll ' and pdnch to any site and Buage fronithe Bast Qnallty Standard Iron. Nolnferfoi iron x > **<>" weight deliyero<i as ohar K ed!i GotQiotntiomftomJDoQeaiooraDy 0 ( oar «W°h«p, ■*

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2135, 15 May 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2135, 15 May 1889

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