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Public Notices WASTED. RAN 3HSU and la»pecbr of Nulbbocs« • f r Hamptteart Town Board. A.nply Pf FAWOETX, 8 44 Ohalimans - ~j~o.o F.M.U.- : ~ LOYAL Wtt'-«-trn Lrdgo will bold ti.efr li;b'h *tig v;rta-y o*i ii'KXDAY, /u~r.<r 20 h. ah libwy Hall.' Ticket', 3 61. Tali c too. 8 .49 Kofrcbhoiorit * p ovid-.d CAUTION ~~" KEEN'3 'PATENT SCALE BLIGHT IXTBRMINATOR. ANYONE found m *ny way InWrgioe the above patent will be FRO* SEOUTED. KEEN & CO.; 8*39 Aehburton. iT^O ALL those m want of areal'yL well built substantial Galvanised Iron OUTHOUSE divided into 3 compastmema floore«'; .•-■.-■,.■■.-; Also,— A first cass VEKANDa.H about 55 feet long, almost as good as new. f And Two First-clags SHOP FRONTS: Any of tbe abtye can be removed at a very email ccst. " •• Separafe oflfera for ab>vß will be received till WEDNESDAY, August 14, at the Salvation Army Earr c»8, Ashburton where ail partfcalars may be obtained. 8_43 NEW I.WEEDS. WE HAVE much pleasure m announcing that we have just received a GRAND ASSORTMENT OF 1 WEEDS and WORSTEDS lor the coming Spring and Bummer Seasons. Tlese £ oods are of FIRST-CLASS QUALITY and PATTERN, and m every Way suited to the requirements of Ashburton. H. & E. Craighead TAKCEED STB ET, AS H BURTON. UPPJfiK AtHbUR-ON itOAU BOAIiU PUBLIC KOTIOS is hrery given m. 'hat at its next meeting to be held on August 26ih it is the. inter tlon of the Upper Asbburton Boad Bo ird to strike ~ and levy the UDdertnent'on?d ra'es ;— la ib.9 Lagfmor Ward f of a penny m tbe £. In the Weateifiali Ward £ of a penny m the £ la ihe Porks Ward £ of a penny m tbe £. In tho Winchmore Ward lof a penny inthe£. In the AlUnton and Dromore Ward of a pent yin the £. . For the year begianing en the Ist day of April, 1889 atd en^icg on tbe 31 it day of March, 1890, payable m <ue snra on September 9ih, 1889, and that the Rate Book is now open for inspection during office houra at iha Boad Board Cffioe, Tinwald. By ortfer, J. DAVISON-, GieTk. Tinwald, August 9, 18S9. 6*46 POINT TO POINT STEEPL OHASJfi TTNDER tfce &nsp'ces of the Aihburton {J Count) Huat Club, 'lobarnnon WEDNESDAY, August 14 h. Abcut 4 miies over a course to ba arranged . For a trophy and a sweepstake o r 10a 6 1 ; ihe first horßs to rcc ivo 75 por c n^, aud the second horse to receive 25 per cent of the stake, HoraoG must te bona fide hunters, the property of members of a recognised Hunt Club. No weight under 12 stone. Riders must be members of some recognised Hunt Club. Five per cent will be deducted from the stake for expimes. Entries to be made with the Secretary a*: the Commercial Bi tel before 9 p.m. on SATURDAY, August 10th. Ihe Commit cc reserve to themselves the right of receiving entries on thi day of the race, Rac n ? coiora must be used. ' E. J. FOOKS, Hon, Secretary, N.B — Master of liontds certificate and members' tickets mutt be produced at tbo sculb if rfqa'red. 8*47 -». " Frieaiander Bros. ~ r -- SEED WHt-lAT .-"" ' ' -, -,..7 BEED OATS SEED BAELEY WE HAVE FOR SALE Pnrple Straw Tnsoaa White Straw Tuaoan Australian Tuscan Green Mountain TaaoKn Champion Wblta Hunter's White Rough Ohaf! ' ICsaox Paatl Velvet Hekvy Canadian Oats - Hesvy Sparrowbill oaf 6 Hfsavy Diniah Oats Heavy T&rtatiau Oats ChevsHec Barley Oapa Barley - • ■ '■' All prime eamplea and miohlne dreand f required, Friedlander Biros. TT7E ARE CASH BUYERS ■■ ; ::■-■•.- . qw . -.;..■. ;- -, -.J---WHEAT " " ¥ """ ? - OATS ;•• ,m BABLEY RYEaBASb - IN LARGE OR SMALL Q I7 ANTITIES "TTTE ARE LANDING .;.... ' • B3C .■'• ■.■■.■■■ "Stella" end ••'Opawii, 11 RED CLOVER WHITE CLOVER (OWGBA88; ';s:^ ALSYKE OHOIJSST QUAL7IY, Friedlander Bros*

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2195, 9 August 1889

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