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iASBBUKTON HIGH SCHOOL. a ' SECOND TERM, 1889. r llWn Ptho ,1 will re open on MONDAY jt 1 NfcX the 27th instant Pupils will assemh c at the usual hour. I 5t162 J. K. BUCHANAN. TO LBT. * npHOSE Commodious Business P.emlsei 1 close to Post Offloe at present qooupied . by Mb Gamble. j Also,— Oue or two Offioes m Court ' Chambers. : Also.— Two-roomed Oottaje and half ; aore of laud. I 5 178 H. M. JONES. I r\ ALGETY <fc pOMPANY LIMITED, ARE PREPARED TO MAKE ; CASH ADVANCES ON GRAIN . CONBIOjIBD 10 THBIB SYDNEY OK MELBOURNE BRANCHES FOX SALE. THREE MONTHS FREE STORAGE, Fall particulars upon application. DaLGETY & OOMPANY, Limits©, OHRISTOHUROH. 6+176 Grow 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, lhaye 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 earliness, flavour, productiveness, blight resisting, long keeping, &c. ; I have several thousand young Tiees irom 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, WEST END OF NORTH BELT, 6+177 ASHBORTON. MHK ib PARIS TO-NIGHT POIOIiTCH (Between 0., BEDINGTON, and J. CRAWFORD, of Wellington ■ . AMD ■ THE RINK DE PABIS COMPANY, THE NEXT RINKING DAYS | i - • .will be '.>, 1 MONDAY ' WEDNESDAY AMD S>TURDA¥ 76 R. BLSTON, Manager. 1 _ . ' v * . — ( Hi " "THE PROPERTY ASSESSMENT AOT, 1886" AND «■ THE RATING AOT, 1882," AND AMENDMENTS IT Is hereby notified that a Board of Reviewers will meet at the Resident Magistrate's Court, Ashburton, at eleven o'olook m the forenoon, on MONDAY, the 27th day of May, 1889, for the purpose of hearing, and of determinating objections m respeot of property ln the undermentioned plaoes :— Ashburton Oounty Longboaoh Road Distriot ''' ] Coldstream „ „ Wakanul „ „ Mount Hutt „ „ < South Rakaia Road Piatrlot Mount Somen „ „ Anama Road Dlatrlot Rangitata Road District Upper Ashburton Road Distriot Tinwald Town Distriot Borough of Ashburton Hempstead Town Distriot mrr JOHN GRIGG 1 WILLIAM UoMILLAN george Jameson * 6£40 Board of Reviewers. ■ Auctions —-—_■■ ' ■ ■ 1 1 i ■ ASHBURTON YARDS. TUESDAY, 28ih MAY 1889. ' I SHALL offer at tbe above sale the following lines of sheep :— 9 K() orowbred, » fifr £or *«»*?■•. (U\(\ Orosibreda, fit for turnips tAA Oroubred Lambs OSA Crossbred Lambi, prime Also, Lines of Fat and Store Sheep, Lines of Fat and Store Cattle and Pigs. .., aN D. THOMAS. otlß7 , , : Alhbntton. TO FARMERS AND ALL IN WANT o» „ HIGH GLASS PUREBRED CLYDESDALE HOBSES. PfttE and Co. have reoeived Instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUOTION, AI THE ADDINGTON SALEYARDS, Ohrlstohuroh . v (By permission of the Direotoii), ON MONDAY, MAY 21 At 12 Noon QK UNBROKEN PUREBRED 00 CLYDESDALE FILLIES and GELDINGS, three, four and five yean old, bred by the Hon William Robinson at Cheviot Bill! by the imported horse Bismarck out of pure Olydudale mares. The Cheviot horses are well known for their staunchness and fine tampan. They are well grown and have splendid bone arid quality. We oan state without fear of contradiction that a better line of gorges has never been offered for sale m Canterbury, aud m tha lure conviction that buyers will take full advantage of this exceptional opportunity, qur instructions are to sell eaoh ABSOLUTELY, WITHOUT RESERVEInoluding entries from other clients it ii expeoted that the total number of draught horses for tbii Sale will exceed 60, PYNB and Go.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2134, 25 May 1889

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