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ASHBURTON LODGB, No. 29, 1.0. G.T. Th» above will hold an Open Lndge on MONDAY evening, 2nd Sr-pt ember, at 8 o'olook* B+lß3 ASHBUBTON CYCLING CLUB. THE ANNUAL MEETING o. the above Club will be held m Oourt Chamber*, East Street on FRIDAY, 30th inst. at 8 p.m. Business : To receive Report and Balance Sheet, Election of Officers for ensuing year, etc. , eta. All members are rrques'ed to a 1 tend. WILL, G. MUBBAY, 8 182 Hon. Seo. v. .mg£ k. : IN BANKRUPTCY. In the Dlstrlot Oonrt of Ashburton (being a Looal Court of Banki rnptoy). holden at Aahburton. In the matter of " The Bankroptoy Act 18.3," and the Aot* amend.ng tha | same, and of the bankroptoy of RofeßßT Emus, of Aihburton Butcher, a Bankrupt. A Meeting of Creditors of the abovenamed Bobbrx Emus to con- ' aider an application by him for his discharge, la hereby summoned, to be held at the above-named Courthouse, Aahburton, on MONDAY, tbe Snd day of September, 1889, at 11 o'olook m the forenoon. Dated this 28th day of August, 1889, J. O. BELL, Deputy Official Assignee; AND notioe ls hereby also given, that tre aaid Bobebt Hnnib will on the 13th day ef Sept. next, at 10 o'olook m the forenoon, or aa aoon thereafter as counsel oan be heard, (that being the time and place appointed by tbe aaid Oourt for tbe purpose) apply to the above Honorable O nrtfor an order of discharge Dated thla 28th day of Aoguit, 1889. Edward G. Cbisp, B|lß4 ' Solicitor for the Debtor. D. Thomas SPECIAL ENTBY. Sale at Bangitsta Traffic- Bridge. 30th AUGUST, 1889. X Shall offer at the above fixture,-— £A A Pound Mouth MERINO EWES OUU m Lamb, and others. -I pff\ Halfbred Fat SHEEP, 2 and 100 Ha,f br ° d EWES ia I*mb1 * mb -j Trap MABE, quiet m haraess 1 Draught GELDING, unbroken 4 yeaTS Q 3 year olds, unbroken 2 HACKS, quiet m s^ddle/.fast trotters -J Baoehorse, "KOBABI," 6y» -j 3-Horse DBAY ~| Spring CART, strong ! O Fat STEERS -| COW m oalf -j OOW m milk Large quantity Fruit and Forest Trees J Several pairs of Ferrets. D. THOMAS, Bflsß Ashburton. FUBNITURK FUBNITUBE UPHOLRTEBY! UPHOLSTERY 3EDDING BEDDING 1 1 10ILETWABEI TOILETWfI-PB i * __»__ Pickford & UndrUJ HAVE In Btock and for Sale at very reasonable rates, every deseriptiOD Household furnishings. _ Large and Varied Stook aaleet 49* Noti xhb Addbess-— Mbnrton Fornitnre Warehouse rANCBED STBEET Opposite Arcade. D. McFarlane THE PEOPLE'S FAMILY GROCER FINDING his present Shops m Bubbstt Szbbbt too small for his increasing trade and present Large Stook ol GENEBAL GROCERIES, haa seenrsd thoae commodious premises ln East Street next the TOWN HALL (late Zealandia Boot Btore) for the purpose of supplying tha Ashburton town and oountry public with marrellous values m TEAS, COFFEES, GENERAL GROCERIES, and all aorta of Household Requisites. He also has a varied and ohoioe seleotion of CHINA, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS, TEASBTS, VASES, Ao, Ao, whioh sre grand quality and very low m prioe. ! Our oelebrated and uneaualled Blenda of {►ure Indian and Ohina Teas are paoked d air tight Oaniate.B and Packets at Is 6d } 2s, 2s 6d, and 3s pet lb. Va McFARLANE * FAMILY GBOCER ahd PROVISION WAREHOUSE Bdbnxti akd East S bhi.b. + *.« Tlie Mercantile Finance and -gene; Company, Limited, of CMstclnirc-. Incorporated under the provisions of the Companies Aot, 1882. Beqistbbid Ofpici : MORTEN'S BUILDINGS, OHBISTOHUBOH. THIS Company is prepared to ADVANOE MONEY npon Freehold Property, m large or small sums, at ourrent rates of Interest ; also upon tho Seonrity of Bills of Bale, Mortgages of Stook, Wool and Agricultural Liens, - For further particulars apply to JOHN G. BESTELL, Agent, 08. P. THOMAS, Auctioneer. 6J15 WiitStlvft, AMwfeft

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2211, 28 August 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2211, 28 August 1889

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