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Public Notices. /y| EBBRS V¥TILDINa P- T BWIB BOLIOITOBB AND KOTABIE3 PUBLIC Dttrnett Btrebt 1 ABHBUBTON. , MR OHABLES BRADDBLL baa entered oar Office us Managing Olerk m pi oca of Mr (jLAYTuU, who is -e^vmu <h« D ntriob. Mr ilruaaiii wil b» m tiaily commanigitigu wth , onr Heau Office m Obriaccbar/.h, and wiU receive Instructions from Clients, MB WILDING will visit Aehbarton erery Thursday and on all Oonrt day«. 4f31 OOLDSTREAM ROAD BOARD. mENDERS are invited for shingling X Surveyor's and Boundary Boada. Five hundred yards (more or less) m each '■ road } also for ploking atonea oflf Lowoliflfo and South Roads, ab&nt nine milea. Specifications may bs teen at "Guardian " Offloe. TenderifviU be accepted at my house up to 12 o'oTocfe-pn MONDAY. 17th June. -- .. E. H DOBSON, Chairman Ooldstream Road Board. WJ2 Alfred Harrison, 400TIONKKR, STOCK AND JDSTATB j AGKNT AUD VALUATOR. SALE at 18 o'olook sharp —Hornet), Cattle, Pigs, Produos and Merchandise. Farming Implements and Vehicles of all kinds constantly In Tardi on view FOR SALE, Clearing Bales held In town or Country as requited, and most liberal terms arranged with both Buyers and Sellers. • TO LET— Shops m Ooleman's Buildings. Reduced rents. Good brlok buildings handsome shops. FOR SALE. 5 ACRES LAND, well planted . and fenced ; : Cottage, water race. One mile from Tin wald. Title dear. -Very oheap. Apply ALFRED HARRISON. Agent for the Norwich Onion Fire Insurance Company. ■ ALFRED "HARRISON. PLANTING SEAfcON, 1889." I HAVE this season a very large quantity of Forest and Fruit Treei, Comprising Abies ~Dougla*lll, Menzlesll, White Sprnoe, Norway Spruce, Plnus Inslgnis, Lariolo, Auitrlaon, Ponderosa, Maorooarp»i Lawsoniana, Welllngtonla, Larob, Silver Blrob, Oak, Laureh, Hollies, all klnis of Ornamental Treei and Shrubi, etc Apples, Pears, Plums,. Cherries, Gooseberries, Currants and Oahbape Plants, etc, of all kinds. lam prepared, as usual,* to Plant by Oontraot and replaoe for twelve months at lowest rates. Maorocarpa Fences planted oheap, as I have a very large atook. Inspection invited. Plica list on application.- All orders carefully and aeourely picked and doUyered at Railway station for which no charge Is made* N.B.— Note the addreia, JAMES PORTER, Nurseryman, Clifton Nursery, 1 Allenton, A«hburton»

W #6 RUSSELFi'S BANKHUPX STOUK, r^URTHER concessions having been MJ- made by the Offiolal Aesigneo ainoe I aooeptlng oar tender of 11s 4d IN THE £, We are now enabled to sell the gooaa at the prloe at whtoh wo originally bought, "* ll a 4 D 15THE £ SALE COMMENCES We wish It dlitlaotly understood that Mb RtrssßLt has No Connection whatever with Tbls Sale, nor will he be on the remises. N.Z. TWEED CO. I - . . — — | GLOBIOXIS NEWS GREAT SUCCESS OF Andrew Orr's CHE4P SAJ^E Of DRAPERY, CLOTHING and BOOTS The Stock purchased of J. Obr and Co. Amounting to £7000 IN ORDER to dear out the .took before the 30th of Jane and sire the expoQiea of two establishments I bavA made still FURTHER REDUCTIONS In prices. And will, daring the next four weeks up to 10th Jane, PAY THE FARE from Mount Somore, Rakaia and Ooaoh from Methven to all purchasers of £5 worth and upwards. COME (EARLY AND SECURE THE BABGAINB. ANDREW ORR

WINTER SEASOH; 1839 ASHBURTON WOOLLEN* MANUFACTURES AGAIN TO THF FRONT, Viz., BL^NKKTS, RUGS, TWBEDS, FLANNELS, PLAIDItfGS, SHIRTINGS, Rto. SEE WIN-DO WSTJEM WINDOWS ! BLANKETS from 14s 64 pot Pair The Tvreoda are «pool«lljr poronmed for SUITS TO MEASURE om 12b 6d TJPWAHDS. A Beaatlfol line of TRAVELLING BUGS at a very low price. O«f WINTER STOCK of General Drapery la now complete la all llnei, Inolaalng » ipeolal Ud« of— ASHBURTON DRESS TWEEDS from la 10$ d per yard MITCHELL & TURNER KAIAPOI HOUSE 3 TANORED STREET, NOTE— Ooaoh or Rail Fares F*ee to Aahbarton to all pnrohaaers of J&6 paroeli rom m. . Drain and Field Pipes. -FOR SALEaII SIZES IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES. ALSO— ■ PLOTJGH-SffABES BLUESTONE DERWENT AND KIDNEY POTATOES SEED WHEAT and OATS; And a GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FARM AND STATION 6TOBES. GEORGE JAMESON ASHBURTOtf AND RaKAJLA. W\ GREGG AND COMPANY, PTJKE BLENDED TJEA.& NEW SEASON, 1888-9, i*D Ilp PAOKETB, 2lb FANOY OANrSTERS and slb and Ilb TINP TBY TfISK BLENDS^ TRY THESE BLENDS ©(( EAGLE J j[BX?ißn?- j| [( C L U B }] VP«iK JJ Vperlb. /f \\ p er ib. JJ A TRIAL WILL B&TA3WBH THEIK OONaXANT USK. To be obtnlood ttotn JOHN ORB, & C. EAST 6TRBKT

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 12 June 1889

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