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Public Notices. , ASftBURTON GA3 COMPANY. ( I HAVE for Sale on account of a.O'lonti a number of shares m the above Oom pany. GEO. JAMESON, 7HIO Aehburton. Charles Braddell Licensed Landbroker and Valuator under " The Land Transfer Act, 1885.' ESTATE. HOuSi. LAND, AND GENEBAL COMMISSION AGENT OFFlCE— Burnett Street, Noxt to "Mail" Office. 6f91 WESTERFISLD FLOUR~MILLS. FRMERS and other Settlers In the Ashburton District are informed that the above MiDs are now prepared to do gristing In any qosntlty at lowest rates, and having a First-OUss Miller engaged, satisfaction can bo guaranteed Grain for gristing oan be left at my shop In Tincred street. G. J. F. LUBLOW, Proprietor. NEW A UTUMN AND WINDER FASHIONS S. W. A IoOBN 4C° HAVE now opened up a ChoioaA wort ent HEW GOODS For the Beason* New Jackets, l^ew Short Dolmans, New Ulsters, Ladies', Maids, and Children's Newest Btjlea m Ladies' and Children's Hate, New French 2>ress Stuff, New Dress Tweeds, New Plushes, Feathers and Flowers, Blankets, Flannels, Sheetings, Ac. , BEST VALUE PROOUHABLB AT ' S. W. ALCORN & CO. EAST STBBET. _ , 4*84 John Hanger, SADDLE, COLLAR, AM) HARNESS MAKER, HAYING purchased the business o Mr A. lekland, and removed Into those commodious premises lately occupied by him In Burnett Street, begs, most slnoorely to thank his customers for past suppor and solicits a oontlnuance of the same which he will strive to deserve by keening the best stook of Saddlery and Harness, and strict attention to business, oombined with good workmanship and Reasonable charges. Repairs icattly and promptly attended to 7tl2Q Rink de Paris. TO-NIGHT. Engagement of the Kingsley Bros., CHAMPION FANCY DOUBLE AND BURLE QUtfl BICYCLISTS OF THE WORLD. Admission Is ; Front seats 2;. Mislo by the BOROUGH BRASS BAND SATURDAY AFTERNOON. Extra Performance by the KIKGSLEY BEOS. The Bfnk will be Illuminated by WENHAM LIGHT for thin Performance. Admif.Blou, Is. Doors opev, 2 30, Skatins before and after Performance.. R, ELBTON, Manager Your Money CANNOT be better invested than m pucohaalng a OOMPLETH2 MEDIOINE CHEST oontalnlog Ojlemane and 800 V Euoalyptl Remedies. For a PostalNote for 12s 61 the following remedies trill be sent, enclosed m a Neat Box, to any address, post paid :— 1 Bottle Euo»lypti Extract, 1 pot Viotory Ointment, 1 box each Ladles and Gents Liver PHls, 1 pot Eooalypti Hooey, 1 box voice Lcsongcs, 1 Cake Eucalypti Soap. Full directions for use enoloeed. All SAFE and SURE remedies. Beware of Imitations. See that yon get Colemank and Soss 1 EUCALYPTI and no other. Wholesale and Retail Agent, W. J. ALEXANDER, 142 Otehel St. , Ohrl&tohurob, To whom orders are to be seat. Send for circulars ■ 780 NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. CHEAP EXCURSION TO CHRISTCHURCH, JULY 25th. GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASES. Return Fares, lat Class 2nd Class. From Tlmaru, Eallag and Intermediate Stations ... ... 9a, 7s Wlmlow, Wlndeemere, Hinds ... 8s 6d 6s 6d Tinwald, Asbbarton 1 Dromore, Oherl- > Bey, Rakftla J 7* 5s Children 3, t0 12 years half rites, under 3 years free ; tickets available by the Excursion train only. ■■ [ , THE iraln will leave Tlmaru at 7.10 a.m , and be due from Rangltata at 827 a.m.. Hinds 9.0, Wlnslow 9.16, Tinwald 9.28, Ashburton 9.42, Oherteey 10.12, Rakala 10 26, arriving at Ohrlstoharoh at 12,10 p.m , and will return at 4.50 p.m. 1 leaving Rakaia at 6.47 p.m., Chertsey 7 17, Ashburton 7 55, Tinwald 8 4, Wlnslow 8.16, Hinds 8 32, Rmigltata 9.5, arriving at Tlmaru at 10 20 p.m. The Exoursion train will stop at all stations If required) and will take the place of the ordinary 7-25 a.m. train from Tloaaru, to Aehburfcon, 3.45 p,m. train from; Aehburton to Tlmtrq, 7.20 a.m. train Irom ABhburton to Ohrlitohurob, and 4 15 p.m. train from Ohrletohorch. to AohburtoD, whloh will not run. Passengers for the Racecourse, by the Exoursion train, oan alight at Sookburn, and join the return train there, ■ Saturday Return Tiokets to Chrlstohurob, covering the dates of the Grand National and Hunt Club Steepleohases gluly 25th and 27th) will be issued at Utions between Ashbmtton and Tlmaru tad Mount Bomers brsnoh Stations on the 24th July, and for First Train 25 ih (see first part of advertisement for running of that train from Tlmaru and Ashburton to Ohrlstohuroh), and at Ashburton and Stations North thereof for first train 25th; all available for return till 29th. On the 25th the Train from Mount Sotners to Ashburton will arrive at Ashbnrton at 9 40 a.m. (due from Tinwald 9 32) ; the train from Methven to Rakala will start at 8 55 a.m., and run 2 hours 5 minutes later than time-table times, oonneotlng with the Excursion Trail, to Ohrlstohuroh ; and the train from Rakftla to Methven will start »t 6.50 p.m., after arrival of the train from Ohrlstohurch, and run 25 minutes later than time-table tlmfls. On the 27th (Hunt Club Steeplechases ct OhrUtoburch) the Evening Train from OMstohuroh to Ashburton will start at 4.45 p,m,, and run 30 minutes later than time-table times, and the Train from' lUkalt to Methven will run correspond-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2178, 20 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2178, 20 July 1889

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