fnO LET.— Those Commodious Buildim X Pcemioes close to fW office, at present oooapied by Mr G>J*BWt- — Alao one or two Olfloet m Court Onamberi.— • Also Two b roomed Cottage and Half Ace of Land.-H. M. Jon as, 5 178 "BALL." \ BALL will be held m the OddfelJ\_ loW Hall, Watertou, on the 21<,h last. Gents, 3d; Ladies free. Good Muilolaoepg»ged, 5 167 WESTERFIKLD FLOUR MILLS. CIARMERS and other Settlers In the Jj Aibburton Distrioi are Informed ibat tbe aboTO Mills are now prepared to ao gristing la any quantity at lowest rates, and having a First-Olast Millet engaged, satisfaction can be guaranteed. Grain for gristing can be left at my shop In Tanored street, G. J. F. LUBLOW, Proprietor. A.B.V. mHE ASHBURTON RIFLKS SOCIAL WILL BS BELD ON PEIDAY, 24th MAY IN THB ODDFELLOWS' HALL. Danoing at 8 p.m. Admission—Gentle* men, 2s 6d ; Ladies free. * Tickets from all members of t Company. pHABLES O BAD DELL ESTATE, HOUSE, LIND AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. Licensed Land Broker, and Sworn Valuator under the " Land Transfer Act, 1885 ' Ageat for the National fire Ineuranoo Company* Rentß and debts collected. Several Farms and Houses for Sale or to Let. Offices removed to Messrs Wilding and Lewis i Buildings, next " Mail" office, 2*Bl r\ALGETY & pOMPANY UMITED, ARE PREPARED TO MAKE CASH ADVANCES ON GEAIN CONSIGNED TO THEIB SYDNEY OR MELBuURNB BRaJXCBJSSTOK BSEEr~ THREE MONTHS FREE STORAGE. Full particulars upon application. DaLGETY & COMPANY, Limitbd, OHRISTOHUROfI. 6H76 Urrow Choice Fruit, SOME Trees bear beautiful large Apples, equal m flavor to a raw turnip, others produce fruit of good quality but only bear about six apples, where there should be hundreds. 1 have visited the best Orchards m this district during seven fruit seasons, .and have 200 kinds of apples m my own Orchard, I graft about 30 varieties, the pick of my own and neighbors orchards ; chosen for esrfiness, flavour, productiveness, blight resisting, long keeping, &c. I have several thousand young Trees from one to three years old for sale at lowest rates for cash. Orders by post will receive prompt attention. Trees delivered free at Ashburton Railway Station, Borough, or suburbs. J. THOMAS, WBST END OF NORTH BELT, 6t177 ASHBOKTOJf. TOFAB3JBUS AND ALL IN WaNT 0? HIGH CLASS PUREBRED CLYDESDALE HOJRSES. PfAE endOo. have reoelved Instructions to SELL BY PDBLIO AUCTION, AT THE ALDINGTON SALBYABDS, Ohiistohuroh (By permission of tbe Directors), ON MONDAY, MAY 27 At 12 Noon Q£ UNBROKEN PUREBRED 00 CLYDESDALE fILLIES and ! GELDINGS, three, four and five years old, bred by tbe Hop William Robinson at Cheviot Bills by the imported horse Bismarck out of pure Clydesdale mares. The Cheviot horses are well-known for their staunchness and fine tempers. They are well grown and, have splendid bone and quality. . We can itate without fear of contradiction that a better line of horses has never been offered for sale m Canterbury, and m the sure oonviction that buyers will take full advantage of this exceptional opportunity, our instructions are to sell eaoh lot ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE. Inoluding entries from oth.er olients it 1b expected that the total number of draught horses for this Sale will exceed 60. PYNE and 00. 5 163 Auctioneers, Ohristchurob, G.KATEFULr-XK)MFQRTING. EPPS'SJOCOA. BREAKFAST. • • DV a thorough knowledge of the natural _D laws which govern the operations of digestion and nntrition, and by oarefnl application of the fine properties of well'Seleoted cocoa, Mr Eppe'hw provided onr breakfast table with a dolicately.flavonred beverage whioh may save us many heavy dootors' biflt It is by the jndicioua uae of such artioles o diet that a constitution may be gradually bull np nnfcil strong enough to resist every tendency o disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around n« ready to attack wherevea thtft is » weak point. We may escape m&ny d latal shaft by keeping oaz2olv.eai waJX fGrtwed 1 *»See atticleftn the '• OivU Service Qomtte."
Made simply with boiling water or milk Sold m i-lb packets by Qrooen, labelled that— JAMES EPPB & 00.. ' : OMOBOPATBIO OHHHXBTQ*
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