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HJ. WOOD & 00. Stationers • Hall, aro SeUlng Off BOOKtft 'STATIONERY, and FANCY GOODS a, about OOS'l PKICE for GASH ONLY " Tbe Messiah," new edition, full voca score, price, 1c 6d. Sale for ONE MONTH. Oome and see. 8 204 TO Stand at Owner's Farm, and travel the Wakanui, Wateiton, Flcmiogton, Willowby and Ashburton Forks districts. The Pure-bred Entire Clydesdale Kelvin, Kelvin is a bay borse by Prince Royal (imported from Victoria), dam Bess, by Napoleon, hnporced by the late JOHN Nimmo i sq., to Otago. Terms — Season £2 10s ; Gdarantee £4 4s. Groomage fee ss, payable first Bervice. For further particulars and cards, —Apply JOHN GILMOUR, jio Proprietor, Elgin. NEW ZEALAND KAIL WAYS. FARES TO TIMARU FOR RAO S3, SEPTEMBER 19ih and 20th. SATURDAY RETURN TICKETS, available for ieturn till 23rd September, will be issned to Timatu al Christ- ' church, Oamarn. and intermediate tatiens, on the ißth, 19th and 20t» ( Sept., and to Washdyke, at Ghriitcharch, Tetnuka, and Intermediate etationß, on the 19haLd20th. On the 19th, the tram due to leave Chrietchurch. for Timam t»tßa,m., will Htart at 7.45 a m., and be due to leave Rakaia at 9 30 a.m., Oherteey 9.40, Ashbuiton 10.15, Tiuwald 10.23, vVinnlow 10.32, Hinds 10.46, Rangitata 11.15, arriving at Timaru at 12.25 p.m. It will stop at all etatioikß if required. Passengers by this train for tbe Timaru j Racecourse can alight at Washdyke, rebook and join a train for the Racecourse, wbiou will be at Wtshdyke ; arriving at tbe conne m time for the first race. at9l BY ORDER.

T. Bullock. SATURDAY, SJBPTifiMBER 21sr. SPECIAL ENTRY. On aooonnt of • Ollent, a team of 4 YOUNG DRAUGHTS buiuble i for all kinds of farm *urk 4c Also a team of Q 4 and 6 YEAR OLDS Q Sale at 1 o'clock. T BULLOOK, 9*117 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st. ENTIttB, YOUNG DIGBY, FOR 8 ALE. "VCB T. BULLOOK has received Ixl instructions from Ms Gborge Obbobnb, to Sell by Pablto Auction at the Arokde on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st. His Entlio YOUiSG DIGBY, by Dlgby Grand, by Tradooer. Sale after tho Parade. '"""i BULLOOK, 9*116 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBERIiisI"" Town Properties Oonvenfently Situated. MR T. BULLOOK has received instructions from Mb H. Lake to bell by Public Auction at the Arcade on the above date his properties here as folio wa : — T.S. 635. oorner of Park and Tanored streets on which Is erected 2 Cottages. T.S. 458, Burnett street, on whioh Is erected a oottage of 4 rooms. Both theee properties are conveniently sitnated and not far from the bnslness portion of the town. Termi at Sale. Sale at 12.15. 9*Bo T. BULLOOK. SATURDAY, SEPIEMBER 21sxi Horse Parade Sale. MR T. BULLOOK hasreoeived instructions from R, Ghabtkß3, iiBQ , Ury Park, Mosgiel* Otago, to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade immediately after the Parade his pure -bred Clydesdale Colt SXR WILLIAM JERVOIS (238 New Zealand Stud Book.) SIR WILLIAM JERVOIS by What's Wanted limp) dum Polly Wallaoe. WHAT'S WANTED waa bred by W. S. Mabb, Esq., Uppermill, Tarves, Scotland. Hia dam Jess was a pure Clydesdale, a great prizataker of immense bone and fine symmetry. Bis sire Lord Haddo was a very successful horse m the show ring. WHAI'B WANTED when a yearling m 1873 gained first nonorß at Inverary, and the seoond prize at Aberdeen. When 3 years old he won the Royal Northern Society's first priza and the same year he gained the Auohtermuchty first prize of £55 beating a field of 173 horses. In 1876 was shown m a field of 14 seleofced horses at btirling and was awarded the first priza of 60 guineas and m 1877 he gained the West of Cumberland Stallion Society's first prina ef £100 at Glasgow, m a field of upwards of 200 of the best horses ja Scotland. POLLY WALJLTAOE by Wallace (imp) from Victoria. Wallaoe gained innumerable prizes m Victoria aud wan aleo very socceßsiul m New Zealand {Show rings. POLLY WALLACE'S dam by Kmperor out of ibe lat« Mb Milne's imported mare. EMPEROR was one of the most famous Hortes whioh ever travelled m New Zealand. EMPEROR'S eire Napoleon (imp) dam Nanoy (imp). From the above it will be seen that SIR WILLIAM J&RVOIS is one of the best bredcoltß m the country being straight from imported stock on both sides, At same lime and place on account of the same owner a 4 year old draught Creidj^g, grand stamp. T, BULLOOK, 9*llß Auctioneer. CORNS&BUNiQNS I jlHSraiig&i ° ithor ° orns or 1 MB* jKufMH Bunions should i HSI^jJIiHH use these : fSwf&'JKfjM^o&tavftLl Little ; aßV|Hil4m9 Plasters. They give ease RlH|)jJjnflo | at once, BfflmSarSß I generally Hlilll£lL»KH I curing &■ a im WtwwESSwm day*. SifffrnlofiM Price U Ud per box, of all Chemists. nIIIQAMfLTOJi sipplßKE^am

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2229, 18 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2229, 18 September 1889

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