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I TIN WALD StO IONS . ) (~\^ Aocountof a Hlient, I have rooeivod ' , \_J in^.rui:tinns to sell on tiATURDAV, 14th SBPTSMBBB, T8 'a 182 <«nd 183, well situated, corner of Thompnon and Catherine Dtroets. T. BULLOOK, j 9°35 ""SATURDAY, 14th SEPTHIMBER.~ TINWALD SECTIONS. On Aoaourt of Mr H. A. Davis, OhrisU ohoroh, IAN lnotrno od to Beil T.S.s 268, 269, Melcnmh stree' , opposite* the Ball wit Station : 362 near the Saleyards, aod 35 near Mr Clark's stores. Llbsral tcrme. T. BULLOOK, 9*34 Aootinnoer. "SATURDAY, aEPTEMBEtt 14xh. TINWALD~BECTIONS. MR T, BULLOCK has received instructions f rcm the Proprietors to ceil by Public Aaoion at the Aroade on SATURDAY, 14th September the undermentioned Section*, viz — T,S. 71, containing about 37 perohes, oornfr of McMurdo and Graham Str-i t4, near the Railway Station. T.S. 181, con'aioing J-aor», Thompson Street. T.S. 268. containing £-aore, Maleom Street T.B. 413, 414 eaoh containing acre, Harlnnd Street, near the School. Th"«e properties are to be sold to close nooount. Snle at 12.16. T. BULLOOK, 9*36 Auctioneer. ASHBURTON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st. TO OVP!TALT*TB~"*SHEEPOWNER3, AND OTBEKS. Important Sale OF 43^3 A ° RK s » BLAOKFOPD ESTATE, CPPER RaKAIA. MR T. BULLOOK has received Instructions to SELL BY PUBLIO AUCTION, AT THB AROADE, ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, THE HOMESTBAD BLOCK OF BLAOK- • FORD ESTATE, Containing — . 4523 AORES - SUoated aboat eleven miles from the township of Metbven, end about four miles from the Upper Rskala Traffic Bridge. A considerable portion of this bat been ooltlvated, and a large proportion of the land is cf good quality. There Is a dwelling-house of Seven Room?, large Woolshed, Stable, Shearers' Cottage and other buildings ereoted on the property. Lately there h&va boen namoroua orqti'Hea for Sbeep Farms, and this r flora a favorable oppottunity to those desirous of investing. It Is possible the purchaser m»y be able to Lease Crown Lands adjoining. Inspection Invited, Terms at Sale. Sale at 12 o clock. T. BULLOOK, 9*37 Auctioneer. wajntkd" OAA BACKS WHEAT off oondition /OUU Jowls' Feed. JOSEPH CLARK, 8{205 Ashburton and Tinwald. mENDt&RS are Invited on 11th Sept1. ember, for Drainage on Ooldrtream Estate m 3 contraots. For particulars app'v ■• 9t17 WILLIAM BAXTER, O.E. ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. mENDERS are invited on SATURDAY X 7th Septunber, Noon, for providing and planting at Acama 20,000 Lttoh, 2 year old, transplanted. For particulars apply WILLIAM BAXTER, 9*lß County Engineer. TO CONTRACT PLOUGHMEN. mENDERS will be reoelved up till X Noon on SATURDAY the 14th lost for Ploughing, Rolling and HarrowIng on Boccleuoh Estate, Mount Somers, about 400 acres of land In one or more blooks. For parloulars apply at tho Station. W. P. BIMPSON, 9 29 Managpr. MR F. G. THOMAS, SURGEON-DENTIST o VISIT ASHBUBTON ON TUESDAY, lOih SEPTEMBER, 1889. And may be consulted at the Commercial Hotel. 9J42 NOTICE. MEMBERS of the Ashburton Caledonian Soolety are reminded thai that the fourth and last logleside foi the Season will be held m the Oddfellows' Hall on FRIDAY Evening. September 13th Imt., at 8 p.m. In addition to the usual programme, Mr H, A. Gams' String Band will glva selection daring the evening. J. BEALY, J3 Hon. Beoretary. nisw zbaland kail ways. opening of Extension of mount somebß branch. ON the 9th September the Extension from Mount Somera to Spiingbnrn will be opened for all traffic. There are two flag stations, Buccleugh and Springburn, on the extension, Ihe present truin on the Mount Somera Branch will run from and to Springbutn, starting at 7 55 a m. daily, from tbe 9th September, and arriving there at 9.35 pan. on Mondays and Fridays, and 6.20 p.m, on other days, running at Its present times between Mount Somers and Ashbuiton. 9t39 BY ORDER. A SHBURTON WBSLEYAN SUNDAY A SCHOOL ANNIYEBSART SERVICES SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER Bth, 1889, PaBACHER—Rev W. J. Williams (from Christohurob), Ex-President Wesleyan Conference, Bervloes at 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and Q 30p.m. Special Hymns, by {he children and oroheitra i Collections In aid of Sunday Sobool Funds, The ANNUAI""tEA MEETING In connection with the above, will be held on WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 11th. Tea at 5.30 p.m. Admission, l«6d. Children, Is, Addresses by Rev W. J. Wllllimi, and f other Mloitteri and fc )endi, 9 37

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2219, 6 September 1889

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