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. D. Thomas nrmm BULLOCK'S ARCADE. ASHBURTON HOR sHS P\R\DE. SA.TURf)AY,"bi:.FT2IsT, 1889 MU D, THOMA.S has reoeivei In struotions from Mb Geobge MAKQi.tr, to 801 lby Public Auction aa above, — THE IMPORTED CLYDESDALE STiLLION, KESFIIEW JOCE", By Rtiufrew; D. Roso by Cowdon Lad, a very BiicoeHsful nire m ViVtom. Cjwden Lad was by Old fc'o.itohman, D. Jean by Prince Ruyal; G.D. Blonaom by Ben Lomond. RENFREW gained twofiret prizes as a yearling, 2 first prises as a 2 year old, und as a 3 year old gained the Duke of Hamilton's premium of 30 guineas at Paisley. He also gained champion oup at Ballarat, "Victoria, beating a large field. BRNKKEW JUOK gained Ist prizes as yearling and two year old »t ISmealon. He also gained Ist prizes at Dunedin, Timuru and Oamaru, for two successive years. AND— A ; so at tha same time and piaoed, THE CLYDESDALE STALLION, YOUNG WELLINGTON, By Old Wellington (imp), dam Young Pride by Lord GlasgowLord Glasgow by Marquis (tmp^, out of Old Jean, winner of 11 first prizes, by Prinoe Charlie (imp). Young Prido by Lofty, out of Lake Pride, by King Fergus out of Blossom. Both these borßes will bear inipeotior, and are worthy of the attention tf stud matters. Sale at 12 o'clock. D. THOMAB 9f93 Ashburton. Public Notices I — ! npENDfiRS Invited on 21«t. September, X for labor m erecting 127 cublo yardn oonorete work at Wi'dblow, for John Grlgg Keg , also cartage of 700 cable yards grtvol. For particulars «rply 9t97 WILLUM BAXrEB, O.E. ASHBURTON PRKBBYTBRIAN CHUKCH, fFIHE Bey Johs Ilmsub, of ChristX church, wilt conduct tbe sarvices m above Church end at Wak»nui on BUNDAY Next at the usual hours. 9*94 ASH BURTON HIGH SCHOOL. DURING repairs the Boys 1 b'ohool will be oonduoted at tit, Stephen's Schoolroom. Boys must assemble tbete on MONDAY morning at the mual hour. J. Jfl. BUCHANAN, Headmaiter. Ashburton, 13th September. 9sBB Ball. WAKANUI SCHOOLROOM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20ih, I Tickets— Gentlemen, 3) ; Ladles free. i Befres'imeuts provided. 9J96 By Order of the Committee. " OT. A NDREWtt TINWALD. THE ANNUAL SOCIAL and CONCERT m aid of tb» Churoh Fund will be held m the Templar Halt, Tingle?, on WEDNESDAY, September 18 h, 1889. Oommenoing at 8 p.m. Refreshments provided. An attraotlvo programme will be pieionted Tlokets, la 6J ; Ohildreu half price. 9 fiß Jamea Wilkin & Co. WOOL WOOL. WOOL WE are Drepired to make LIBERAL ADVANCES (free of oommisalon) ON WOOL Placed m our hands for Stle here or elsewhere. WOOLPAOKS, TWINE and other rf qalsltes at shortest notloe. Chief Agents for New Zealand for GRAHAM'S PERMANENT FOOT-ROT CURE. JAMES WILKIN & CO, Woolbrokors, Now Zealand Wool Stores, 9*99 Hereford Street. ODDFELLOWS' HALL. POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT "MACCABK" Assisted by Mdlle- Minnla, m "The magic siatue" & •• begone dull CARE," A VOCAL, Ventriloquial, Musical and Sartorial Melange of Songs, Ventriloquism and special oharaoter delioea* tions. Adnalsslon 3a and 2s. Doors open at 7 commence at 8. GEORGE BULLBR 9|73 Meager. THE SIBB OF THB FABTEST TROTTING HO2SES IN NEW ZEALAND; Bladwood Abdallah WILL Stand this Season at Owner's Stable and travel the Ashburtoa Oonnty. Tbbhs— Season, £3 10 j ; guarantee, £6 6a; groomaga tee, 6s THE CLYDESDALH ENTIRE HOBSE Johnny's Fancy Bred by Mr James Gow, of Taieri, by Lord Salisbury, dam Sally 2nd, will stand this Season at Owner's Stable, Eolmar Farm, Lyndhurst. Termß— Season £8 ; guarantee, £4 4a. For further particulars apply to Manager of Farm, or MAX FIUEDLANDER, Proprietor, 9J90 Ashbarton. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. FARES TO TIMARU FOR RACES, SEPTEMBER 19m and 20th. SATUBDAY RErURN TICKETS, available for teturn till 23rd September, will be issned to Timaru at Ohristohurch, Oamaru, and intermediate stations, on the 18th, 19th and 20ta Bept., and to Washdyke, at OhriitohHroh, Temnka, and intermediate stations, on the 19th and 20th. On the 19th, the train due to leave Ohristchurch for Timaru at 8 a.m., will start at 7.45 am., and be due to leave Bakaia at 9 30 a.m., Oherteey 9,40, Aehburton 10.15, Tinwald 10.23, Winslow 10.32, Hinds 10 46, Bangitata 11.15, arriving at Timaru at 12,25 p.m. It will stop at all etatio&s if required. Passenger* by this train for the Timaru Baoecourde can aMgbt at Wanhdyka, robook and join a train for tbe Racecourse, whiou will be at Weshdyke ; arriving at the coune ip time for the fint race W By QRDER,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2226, 14 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2226, 14 September 1889

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