r ASHBDKTON 00UJ8IY OODNOIL. COUNTY Bacea having become blocked through recent g.-.lps occupiers are requested to take immedhte action to b*ve races elf a-ed. WILLIAM BAXTER, 9#72 Coumy Engineer. JJ . — j a] ASHBTIHTON HIGH SOHOOL. H THIRD T?.BM, 1889 g mHIB School will reeumo datlos on 1 MONDAY, 16h ina«»r>t. P»pH» of Uth Bchools will aarembie at the usual w hour, JOHN EDGAR BUCHANAN* 9t61 He«dtnaEter. ASHBORTON <X>AL AND FIREWOOD DEPOT, OATS, BRe>N. OHAFF, Ew. R. S. BEAN w COAL AND FIREWOOD MERCHANT. $ th TAM .Toat landing a Splendid Oargo of NEWCASTLE OCUL. Alao tn Stock co a Grand Line of DERWENT POTATOES P» —none better in Aahburion. m JR. S. Bean, WEST STREET. T THE TaidTLE MASONIO i-^DGE, £ NO. 627, S.O. of —_ _ of niHE regular Monthly Meeting of the lh JL above Lodge will be held in tho Afaoonlo Hall, Tanarod Street, on 88 THURSDAY, Bep-.omber 12 h Inat, »t 7.30 «c p.m. Yialtlng Brethren cordially Invited. y« , .. to 884 J. 000KBURN, R W.M. Jj WILLIAMSON & "• PtiEECE & TAILORS AND HABIT MAKKR J e (Late of London and Birmingham) on 1 1VERY & MILITARY UNIFORMS. *« dr L \DJES 1 HABITS AND JACKETS J£ Made in the Lateit Stylea, fo TOWN~HALL, JJ LAST BTBEKT, ASHBURTON. I 12138 ASHISDRTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. — — oe THE ANNUAL <" Horse Parade | WILL be held at the ASaiiURTON Bl COUNTY tiALEYARDtt on Bl SATURDAY, 218T SEPTEMBER, 1889 S At Noon. si at Entries— 6a eaoh horse— close with the et undersigned on TUESDAY, September £* 17th. at 5 p.m. t t JNO. J. 0. QU&NE, w BJ2OI Secretary. ei UKITERtUN CARRIAGE WORKS BAKING SQUARE. WTJ IC 5 S begs to itimate f c # JJ. that he has severed his con- p j neotion with Mb W. H. Paget and bi removed his busmeßß to the above Dom Ii modioua premiaea, whete he has every faoility tor Berrying on hia increasing bualneaß. _, Owrriages and Yebicles of ever> deecripilon, buut to order, with well Sbaaoaod timber andaouud workmaoship. Traps le painted, and .ep&ire executed with proinptituda, and at moat moderate ouargca. w — — at — Notb thk Address — ei Premiseß— i.ato liaylm, (irocer P' Near Post Oifice. JJ A. W. Banpell. FRUITEBJ3B ai AND al FEUIT GBOWEB, jj ti TOWN HALL « Awr> *" NORTH-WEST BiiLT, ALLENTOjN, WISHES to draw apodal attention to his present Stook of Head potatoes jrown from imported tobera, in his own b; jtound, eapeoially the Beauty of B*tb * #nloh is a wonderfully prolific and e*rly " raiiety and the beat aort of potato for table purpoiei. KIDNEYS, leal IKIBH FLOUNDERS (true), and otber varieties n also ia stook. Good DERWUNTS for preaeat uie delivered any part of Town cr Suburbs. , Q " NOTICE. h MEMBERS of the Aihburtoa Oslo- * donian Society are reminded that 8 itxmt the fourth and last loglesidw foi tbe Season will be held in tbe Oddfellows' Hall on FRIDAY Evening, September ! 13ihlnst., at 8 p.m. In addition to the \ uiual programme, Mr H. A. Gates' String Band will give seleotion during > iha evening. i J. SEALY, i i 9J3 Hon. Secretary. ( 1 TINWALD SEOIIONS. j ' f\K Aocount of a Client I have received If instructions to sell on SATURDAY, 14th SEPTEMBER, 1 T.S 'b 182 and 183, well situated, ' ' oorner of Thompson and Catherine streets. T, BULLOCK, >t 9*36 Auctioneer, lf ""sATURDAyTbEPTEMBBR 14th. '' TINWALD~SECTIONS. k t MR T, BULLOCK has received Instructions from the Proprietors to 10 seil by Public Auotion at tbe Aroade on SATURDAY, 14th September the under- „ mentioned Sections, viz. — T.S. 71, coatalniog about 37 perches, oorner of McMurdo and Graham Streets, near the Railway Station. T.S. 181, containing J-aore, Thompson Street. T.S. 258, containing j-acre, Maloom Street T,B. 413, 414, eaoh containing \ acre, Harland Street, near tha School, These pioperties are to be sold to close aocount. Sale at 12.15. T. BULLOCK, 9*36 Auotioneor. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ODDFELLOWS' HALL. Frederick the first and only "Ma COABB " Opens for ONE NIGHI ONLY. I SATURDAY, Uxh SEPTEMBER. % 919
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