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Public Motlcea PRESBYTERIAN OHUBOH TINWALD. REV. G. BIROLAY. will oonduo (D.Y ) Service in the above Ohorol on SUNDAY morning, Jane 2ad, at 11 o'olook. 5 231 'lENi?EJEW. mBNDERS are invited by the Cold J_ stream Road Board for repairs t( Boada. bpeoifio<uions may be soon at the •• Guardian" office aud at Me W. T Norrish's. fiinda. K H. DOBSON, 5 205 Chairman. WANTED TENDERS FOB PLOUGHING. TO Plough 200 Acres Turnip Land „ 100 „ in Grass Tenders to be neat ia by THURSDAY 6th June, and all particulars can be obtained by application at my Uffloe, 6{2 DAVID THOMAS, MBD. THOMAS will Sail by Aaotlon at TINWALD YARDS on TUESDAY, JUNE 4th, 1889. 1 H SPRINGERS, dae to oalre on ot Xt) about Jane 16th, ~" D. THOMAS, 6tl Auctioneer, Ashburton. FUiSBBAL NOIiOE rPHE friends of Mr Pitriok Devsno wt X tespeotifully Informed that the funeral of hii late beloved daughter Elisabeth Ann will move from hli reild* enoa Aabbarton Hotel, on SUNDAY, Sod Jane at 2.30 p.n?« tor the Asbbniton Cemetery, BAKES BBOfl., 5J234 Undertaken. NOTICE. XN order to carry oat the resolution pawed at the recont Pablio Meeting in the Oddfellows' Hall that a Wednesday Half-holiday be established in Ashburton; with this objjot in view and to further the movement, all those favorable to the above will CLOSE their respective places of BusLess at ONE O'OLuCE BBABP, WEDNESDAY, June 6tb, and trust that in so doing they will be encouraged by their Customers and Fellow Tradesmen in order to make it general and permanent. 5*215 iirow Choice Truifc SOME Trees bear beautiful large Apples, equal in flavor to a raw turnip, other* produce fruit of good quality but only bear about six apples, where there should be hundreds. 1 have visited the best Orchards in this district during seven fruit seasons, and have 200 kinds of apples in 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 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, \ 5t177 ASHBDKTON. ASHBURTON FIRE BRIGADE, Under the Patronage of His Worship the Mayor, Borough Coanoll and Offiosis Commanding the Volunteers. CHRISTENING THE STEAM FIRE ENGINE. AND Sports is the Domain At 2 o'olook. ALSO Grand Torch Light Procession AND SOCIAL In the Evening. ODDFELLOWS' HALL, WEDNESDAY JUNE sth, 1889. Tickets foi Soolal and Danoe 2t Hi Ladies free: &t2C» Alfred Harrison, AUCTIONEER, BTOOE AND ESTATE AGENT AND VALUATOR. SATURDAY SALE at IS o'oloek sharp —Hones, Cattle, Pigs, Piodnes and Merchandise. Farming Implements and Vehicles of all kinds constantly in Yards on view FOR SALS. Clearing Sales held la town or Country as required, and most liberal terms arranged with both Buyers tod Sellers. Rents eolleoted, and the Business of Absentees managed with care. Valuation made of Properties 01 Mtrthtn* dlseoneasy terms. Advanoes male Instantly on Goods delivered at the Storo for Sale. mO LET— Shops In Goleman's BulldJL Ings. Bednoed rents. Good brfok buildings handsome shops. Aoinx job th» Norwich Onion Fire Insurance Company. ALFRED "HARRISON. UNDFR BILL OF SALE. SATURDAY, Urn JUNE, 1889. GONTBAOT PLANT. MR D. THOMAS has received Instructions from the Holders of Bill of Sale to Sell by Publio Auction at TatterflftHe, West street, Ashburton, on SATURDAY, Bth JUNE, 1889, The undermentioned Firet.olais Uraught HOBSES and WORKING PLANT, Grey GELDING " Bob," 7 years Grey GELDING << Bill/' aged Chestnut GELDING " Punch," aged Brown GELDING" Star," aged Blaok MABB « Toby/' 7 yean Blaofc GELDISQ < ? barki»," ? yeara Bean GELDING " Rod." 7 years Brown GELDIStt "Puaob" i BayMABE"Pn"~" ' -, aged B**V*~~ ...y, 6 years »^iC«fl •• Kate," aged Bay GELDING "Tiger." 6 yean Bay GELDING << Farmer," 6 years Bay GELDING " Sharper," 6 year* Six horse Waggon, 6 Sets Harness complete, 15 Sets Plough Harness, , 12 bets Lending Harness, 12 Sets Shaft Harness, Light Express Waggon, Light Buggy Waggon, Dlco Harrows nearly new, Cam* bridge Roller, Chaffoutter aud Horsepower by Beld and Gray, largest size, 4 Drays, Large Grubber, Set 5 Leaf Harrows, 2 3-f arrow Ploughs and tackling by Reid and Gray, complete ; 3 Double furrow Ploughs, by iieid and Gray. 8»le at 12 o'olook sharp, "" D, THOMAS. tWi Aifabnton,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2140, 1 June 1889

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