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I D. Tnomas 1 DRAPERY and CLOTHING BY PUBLIC AJJOriOtf. I HAVE boon ioairaoted by Mb A Obr to sail by Piiblic Auo 100 the bahmc ' f h!o Drapery Btock which h>j puroh j .at-d F from Mess sJ. <">b:i a>d Co., on I MONDAY, 6th A.UOIBT. At 12.30. U the p-cmls? 1 * 'ft «ily <> cnpi >\ by M" J. iOt, 3,1 f .v J jo dv f;.;in d y lo d.ty a 1 <12 30 Tin* «.i a ;;1 .riuna > ppo lan y of {.;>tfi>p tf* ra:-o!«93 gooJa al y in 1 own p-icue. Wo R<ifo:VQ. 7tUB D.' THOMAS, Auotlonnor. ASHBURTON YARDS. MR D. THOMAS Imb rocoivod m Sfuctions frotn varlona Oilen c to 3eU by i'ublio Auot'on at the »bove yorde on TUESDAY, AUGUST 6t». OAAA Oropabrod HO3dKT3, « very £IM/!J B o-J lino ' 1 OAA Sonnd Month M<rino EWBS 1/OUI/ m Jamb OAA Fat Mjrlno WBTUEUS, vary D. THOMAS, BJI Aaoliouayr, MONEY. MONEY! I HAVE mocoy to lead nn ?ppmved froeho's eeourity from £50 fco £5000, 7*154 FUiCD. M/KHiIG. SPOKTING NOTIOB. SPORTSMEN aTheroby notifud thit Iho Vk'e^(erfield Eivorbod m olosed fcr Shooting nntll further notloo, as it ia stocked w,th thoop 8 10 O G. HAWDON. TENDERS. mENDTSF.S are Invited for ploughing JL 1000 Acroß Tuaeoolc Land ; aUo fcr 1(00 Aorca cross ploughing on tho Lttghmor Eatate. Tondors rocoiv.d not later thai Noon, on B&TORDA V, tbo 10th July. For particulara »pp'y to DONALD IVfoLEAN, ; Manager. ASHBURTON AGRioULTURAIfrANb PASTORAL ASSOOIATION. THS Annual General Meeting of the nbovo A«8oolotlon will be held m tho Arondo Ohambern on TUESD \Y Aaouat 6 h, »t 3 p.m. ' Business : To recefvo Bilaacc-Sh^e 1 , Rep'Tf, onJGoDPral, A'montirg of tho Oomml'tee will be heFd'prlor to tho above, at 2.3) p,co. ; JNO. J, O QUANB, 8 '• JSrorotnry. NJKW Z3ALIND RAILWAYS. RFDUOED FARESTO AhHBDRTON FOR HUNT CLUB OTJBEPLECHIBItB SATURDAY Bflto Ticke'a to A P hburton, avmlab'e for return till Bth Anu»t ( .wiil bo loiaed on iho 7th. at Chrißohuroh, Timam, and hxterme Jiato Stations. Paasengora enn book from Anhburfcon to th» Sole-yards S'diog (opposite to Iho Kaceoourso), per 11 a m. twin on tho 7th, »t 6d firßt clbbb, 4d second . 8 *8_ BY ORDER. iRSmpN CARRIAGE WORKS BAEIINTG SQUABE, WTT IO 5 S bogs to iiimato . 11 ihdt ho has Hovered hlo connection wiih Ma SV. H. Paqex <nd removed his bußineee to Iho abovo comraodaua pnmisea, whoto ho has overy foohty for o.rrying on hia iuoreasinK bualnoffS. b Onrrlagon ar.d Veln'olca of ov O r\ description built lo ord.r, with well Sb:ißOr.od timber and aound workajftßobip. Trtpsio pnintod, ftrd opaira executed With promptitudo^ and at moat moderate ouarges. — NOTK TIIB AdDHESS— Promiaos— i ato Buylis, Grooor Near Pont Offioo k K EATING'S LOZENGES. ' Oldest nnd Beat Oon^h Remedy K EATING'S LOZENGES . Oldoßfc nnd Boat Oongh Remedy EATINGS LO2ENGKS. Oldoet and Beat Ooueh Remody EATING'S LOZENGES: Oldeat and Best Oough Remedy R EATING'S LOZENGES. Oldeat and Beat OoughJ|Romody KUiATING'S LOZENGES^ 11 A Sxmplk Fact About KE ATING'tiOOUGH LOZENGES Aak throughout (he world, m any oouotry that oan bo named, you will find them largely cold. -Their ia absulutoly no remedy that ia po ppeedy In giviug reliof, bo certaiuly cure, and yet tho moat delicate oin take them, Ono Losooge givos eaao. Sold inland ting. EATING'S LOZENGB9. Ooughß, Aeihrao, IToirEonesß. XE ATINU'B LOZffiJNOJiISi, ~~- O iQgha, Amthma, Hotrnonoßß K l ' EATING'S LOZaiNGES. ' Oongha, Asthm», Hoaracneaa K EATING'S LOZBNGES. m ;_ Oougha, Aatbma^ H arameaa KBAi ING'S LOZSfICGES. _ Ooogha, Asthma, Hoaraeneaa iliAllNG'S LOZEMGUS. ' " Anx Dooioa witii ibh Yon" there ia no better Oongh Mcdiolno than KBATING'S LOZENGES. One glvoa relief ; if you aofior from oough try them bat once ; thoy uilt euro, uud thoy ivillnot injure yuar health ; they contain only the imiOßt dtoga, oklltally oomblned, Sold everywhere m euiall tins. Keatiug's Worm Tablets. A PURELY VEGETABLE B WEFT MEAT, both m appearance aud tuate, fmulahlng a moat Agreeable method of fcdminUtorlng the only certain remedy for INTESTINAL or TaBESAD WORMS, It ia a porfeotly eftfo and mild preparation »nd Is üßpeolfilly »d»ptod for Ohildron.— Bold ik Tins and BoriXES uy all Ohbmibxs, Proprietor— TH / F I F/ 1 : 1 (; ] . i . % Export Qwmi*t and Druggist, THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. From and after the AOth November, 1886, the lermo of Subfloription to this journal will be as follows, viz. : — ir PAID 111 ADVAHOK Per Quarter. . 6b 6d by post;, 9a 6d Half-yoar 12a 6d, by post, 18a 6d Year .. 24a Od, by poet, 37b Od IB* BOOKED Per Quarter.. 7a 6d, by post, 10a 9d „ Half-year 15a od, by post, 21a 6d „ Year .. 80a od, by post, 43a Od x Birth, Marriage, and Death Notices, if paid or at the time of insertion 2a 6d ■tampa may seat iß.p&yment) it booked, |

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2190, 3 August 1889

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