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NOTICE. fN cono-quenco of She^p worrying I huvo mid roiKotx on my land 9t.'2 M. SPENOKR, Aehburton. KEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION. ~ ' :l f SAIJK Loos) Committee requeßt thatnll I Jt. EXHIBIT 6bo now forwarded to the d Chairmdt,, Mr D, Thomas. Exhibits o are inviud of any product, manufacture, oc objoct uf internet ; also, Sheaves of Whom, Oata, and Birley. A Mootiu)? of tho Oommittoe and -T Subpciibcrs will ba hold on WEDNEB V>AY, Beptombor 18th, at 7.30 p.m. at the iiorough Council Chambers. U. BIBSET, 9 C 6 Hoorotftry. ASHJSDRTON AGBICULTURAL AND PAbTORAi. ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL Horse Parade WILL bo held at the ABHBURTON COUNTY SALEYARDH on SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, 1889 At Noon. Entries— ss eaoh horso — close with the undersigned on TUESDAY, September 17th, at 5 p.m. JNO. J.O. QUANE, BJ2OI Secretary. . Williams and Bland. Clearing bale or a VALUABLE HOMESTEAD, FARM, ttTOOK, IMPLEMENTS, &0., &o, TOMoTIROW WEDNESDAY, llm SEPrEMBBR. At 12 o'clock. "TTTILLIAMS & BLAND have received VV instructions from Mb William DobsbtT (m aonßequence of his glvlug np firming), to Sell by Public Auotlon at tho Honu'stuad, Greemtreet, at the above time and plaoe, — His Valuable Farm of 100 acres first olais land, situated at Greenstreet, 7 miles from town, on which is erected a comfortable Dwelling House, Stables, and other out* buildings. Also — 5 Draught MARAS and CT GELDINGS O n HACKS, Light Harness H H Horaei, broken and un~ JLJL broken C)f\ Head Mixed CATTLE QA dmi\J lociudlng some good 4J\J Polled Arjgu« Cows Implements, Haruoos, Sundrler, &o, &c. Terms Cash, No Reierve. WILLIAMS & BLAND, 9*64 Auctioneers. "THE CORNER." The ship Lady Jooelyn, which has just arrived, onoountered a fearful tidal wave whioh rushed on board and threatonod to engulf the vessel. To esoape tho Bea was a matter of impossibility. The sea oamo up and broke ten foot over the rail, sending the spray eighty feet high. The sea washed the iron capstan head off and eont it overboard together with the bulwarks and boats, as soon ac the mountain wave did its work. The gale oon* tinued with great fury. Tho ship was kept running at a speed of ten knots aa hour. The vessel contained a valuable cargo whioh earned the oaptain great anxiety on aooounl of a number of valuable oases of new and ehoioe prints and drapery oonsigned to W. H, Collier, " The Corner," ABhburton, and whioh could not be replaced at any price. They are some of the ohoioeat goods erery imported to this colony. Buy none till you hays inspected them.— (Advt) 9J« "JBE CORKER." FISHING SEASON, 1889 PISHING TACKLE. FISHING TACKLE. JUST Arrived, ex «Aorangl" a large and well-aesorted Btook of all Fishing jxequisitos, viz , Rods. Lines, Reels, Stocking!, Minnows, Files, Gaff hooks, Mountings, Assorted Hooks, and every Artialo, for the Season, at Lowest Prices. Fishing Licenses oan now be obtained from me* Also, New Stock of CRICKETING AND LAWN TENNIS MATERIALS; Wm. 25ander, FISHING TACKLE DEPOT TOBACCONIST, FANCY GOODB JWARKHOUSE, Your choice of 500 pieces of Music, Voottl and Instrumental, at 6d eaoh. Ladies' and Gentlemen's JJtkir Dressing 9*45 SaloonH. CORNS IU3gLkA«j&J olthor Corns o.? |DnruaT*nflH BxnLion,a okould ■HQJ||ik^H nao tboso HKBRSRmiTroniiorfal Littlo IBcilHiiaiKJ Flaators. They orlva mio iJIsTOIUIMBI I at oaoo, ■RtiIII¥VH I BfoaerallT HuUklllKH ourlnfif In a fov BHMHMIH £^W l^»aporlaox,ef all Qjumfcfa $mln sq,, mmm, ing,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2222, 10 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2222, 10 September 1889

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