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m MONEY. &ONEY. I "T* HAVE mocey v; 'ou i spprover X freehold eeouriiy from £50 l i'sooo 1 1 7* l T4 FhED. M'KiilG. TO CROPPERS. PyO LET on Bncolouch Er^ale, M nn; I. St.'mera, for oue Oiop cf Outa. 40i Acres of Turnip Lund iv ono or more biouka. For particu'ara spply to thi M.iM-.}. er. I 8t24 W. F. SIVf.PSO^. 5 XKf ANTED to purch-.eo for Oa.h, 0 0 SACKS DRY SECONDS WHEAT. JOSEPH CLARK, 8t27 Athlurton ai,d Tinwald. SATURDAY 10th, 1889. AT EAST STREET HORSE BAZIAR 1 At 1 o'clock. £ SUPERIOR DRAUGHT MABES £ O AND GELDINGS. 0 WILLIAMS, BLAND & CO. have received inotrnciiona from Mb Wm, Irving (Weaton, Oamnro) to sell by Public Auotion at tho Above time tni plaoe — 4FIRST-OLASS DRAUGHT A MAftES. 4 •j FIRST-CLASS GELDING ~i Four to Six yeara old. r The Auct'onoera havo much phaaure In ' reoommondlng thia lot of horses to the pnblio. Iho vendor la well-known tone aa pos.eealng come of the beat horeea m the Oamara dl&trlct, WILLIAMS & BLAND, B*4l Auctioneers. REID & GRAY WOULD nt this Seaßon invite the attention of their num.rouß Caatomers and Farmore to their ImproVed Drill jjowing MacMnes Their NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL with POSITIVE FEED ia now known and ndmittcd to bo the Best FOli ALL PORIS OF LAND, ond for Obeapncsi, Slrc.ugth, a r .d Durability is the Best m tho Markot. Thoy havo nlso thia Seaion brought out a NEW DRILL with OUP FEED und possess, ng all tho beat qnaliti.B ot tho Anglot American, but a Mach no far Bnporior n workruanehip and strength. This Machinfe I bey have gob up apocially for tho Canterbury L Plains. Bamplca of both theßO Machine* togothcr with BROADCAST GRAIN AND GBA6& SOWERS to bo Been nt all their, Branches. tt. & G.s Now Z -al-vm! PORTABLE OHAFF CUTTER and BAGGEK Several o tlnrpo no.V m thiß District ani doing otcellon vrotk, R. A G.s DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUGHS ut Uodixed Price as ioriuerly advcrtisc-l Disc Harrow 3 Oa tl c Newest nml Moat Inif-rcvc'l Priucipla, end ZIQZ\G T7«iHARROW i nnd every riquieLe ior thr Fii-ra. ASHBURTON BRANOH: J. TAVLOR, Manager. i

SaL'Q OF DHAPEKY AND OLOTHINfI B_ AUCTION, F jyr R a. oim\_"i_re of drapery LfX will con imio TDU:'r*DAV and SATUKDAY at 12.33 oach day. 8 ?9 D. THOMAS, Auctioneer. - OhARLES JJRADDELL * Ticeneed Landl-»n ker a* d Vo'uiit'tr h unler «' Thd. Land Trar-s.sr Act, 1885.' ESTATE, noii^B. LAND, AND ,aKNKUAL COMMiSaION AGI-fIT. OP^CE—Bdrnktt Sturit, Next to "Mail" Offioe. 6f91. ANNIVERBABY SOCIAL. 5 /THE ASHBURION RIFLES WILL HOLD THEIR i ADDiversary Social, l ON 1 THURSDAY, 15th AUGUST > IN TUB ODDFELLOWS' HALL. 1 Dancing at 8 p.m. Admission — Qentlo men, 2* 6d ; Ladies free. Ticket, from all membera of the J Company. 6 162 Wanted Known. » I Hx_VE 1 20,000 PINUS IFSIGNIS l One year old, : 12,000 piwus iisrsiGNus i Two vocr old, transphnted, ; 60,000 CUPEES-US MACEO- | CABPA One year old. 12,000 2 Years Old TRANSPLANTED. Tho above lines will be Bold very cboap | APPLE TREES 3 Years Old, I Bore frolt Isec year, clean and good sorts ' Is 6d each, | lospeollon Invited, \ Prloe Hat on application; .All ; orders carefully and securely packed and , dollvercd at Hallway otatlon for which no ; ohargo la made* N.B. —Note the addreea. JAMES PORTER, Nureoryman, Olifton Nnroery Alif^tnn, Aflihurion. i '■■ „. W.E COLLINS & CO. IRON, TIMBEE, I AND I ! Goal Merchants EAST STREET, BEG to notify that thoy havo juet landed and have to arrive — J Ex «' Maud Graham," 20,000 ft assorted j Kauri \ \ Ex "Clydo," 10,000 ft W.P. Flooriug '. and Lining Ex " Clydo," 7000 ft Totara and Bluck Pino 1 Ex "Opotiki," COOOft Wh'to Pine ! Flooring and Lining i Ex « Fpray," 7000 ft Whito Pioo Flooring and Lining, 4, 000fc Shelving To arrive direct from Home and now due, 400 Oasks Oement 15 Tons Ga'vanißcd Roofing Iron 4000 ft Baltic Doidu. , Alao, —Wiro Kailp, Locke, Hincf-s, &c. FENCING WI«F, Barbed and Plain. ! -WE HAVE IN STOCK— Gerulno Wj : ito Load, R-d Le.id, Dryers, Ri\v and B.ulod (i:, Rlix-d Paiate, Window Gla«a (all biV.cb), Putty, Stains ond Color?, Ohio. — -ALEO— Every description of Buildern Trocrnon gery and Wqi.d Turnery ' NEWCASTLE COAL ; WESTPORT COAL JVIALYEKjS COAL Irsfctlirn Invited,

; WINTEB SEASON, 1839 ASHBURTON WO OISF MANUFACTURES AGAIN TO THF FRONT, Viz., BLANKETS, RUGS, TWKEDS, FLANNELS, PLAIDINGS, SHIRTINGS, Eto. SEE WINDOWBH_Et. WINDOWS! \ BLANKETS from 14a 6J per Pair Tbe Tweeds are specially purohased for SUITS TO MEASURE om £2 12s 6d TJPWABDS. A Beautiful Una of TRAVELLING RUGS at a very low prloe. 1 Our WINTER STOOK of General Drapery (a now compete In all lines Inoludlng a speolal line of— ' I' ASHBURTON DRESS TWEEDS'from la 10_d per yard j MITCHELL & TURNER KAIAPOI HOUSE TANORED STREET, NOTE— Coaoh or Rail Fares Froo to Ashbmrton to all, purchasers cf £5 parce 1 7 i t o 0 - ~~~ " ' — * a t W. GREGG AND COMPANY, PTJKE BLENDED TEA.S, ■: NEW SEASON, 1888-9, ? .j j aw lb PACKKTB, 2lb FAWOY CANISTERS and slb and Ilb TINP |.' TBYTBEBE BLftNDa^TBY THESE BLENDS » B >! S_ -^-""S^^H y r r :i5 * :ir '^'H( 1) _ i (Cjt A (T* % /& Bd\ (f*\ ( CROWN (I EAGLE J I exhibit- j ICLI/ B 1 >\ porlb. /f \)^ x^>- JJ \T» tlll -_/ \\ per lb. Jj a 1 ONE TRIAL WILL ESTABLISH THEIR CONSTANT USE To bo obtaliicd from JOHN ORR & CO. 7 J "EAST BTREET ASHBURT ON< 2 i. * . .1 4

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2193, 7 August 1889

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