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Public notices' ' - n o VHAELES jJRADDHL L Icensed Landbroket and Valuator - , under " Th a Land Transfer Act, 1885. 1 E3TATS, HOOSE. LAND, AND GENEJRAL COMMISSION AGENT. r OFF.WJS— Burnett Strbkt,-' Noxt^-i^ " Mail" Office 6t9-« . 1 - - ASHBDRTON AGKIUUbTUKAL AND PAaTOR&L ASSOCIATION. ' : THE ANNUAL Horse Parade -TTTILL be held at the ABHBUBTOIU VV COUNTY BALEYABDH.on 1 f SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, 1889 At Noon. Entries— ss eaoh horse— close with tho nndersigDed on TUESDAY, Septombet 17th. at 5 p.m. JNO J.O. QUANE, " 8j:201 Sectetaty. > BAKES BROS^ 2^^ » BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS, Ac. ■■ j& > Oovner Wakt.nut Road and Oasa itKeet)^^ 1 (Nbxx Cbnxbai. Hotbl,), . V v'/Vs 7 Or ft- Baker and Brown's Coach F*piof| \ r ,--\ I' „ Hftvelook street. „ .. ;^ „r \^ [ C^t j Nkxt th» ppußT''Heuißj|.).^tW < t IMPEBIAIi FlttE INSU|l^(pB/.^Cj^ jjg^ Established a;D. 1803. sr"5 r " m tyj V CAPITAL ... , M £1,200,000. j I Invested Funds over £1,600,000| A TT 1b hereby notified that . *,-.*! MR W. W. WHITE j has be<^n appointed Agent for Ashbnrton , Dibtrlct 7 bOLANDEBS AND CO., | | Ohristchuroh, \ I Chief Agents for Oanterbnty, v . 1/ t NOTICE 10 OWNRBS OF STUD \i HOBSEa HORSE OARDB printed at " Mall" and v Guardian " Office with ! Neatness and Despot oh, and at Moderate Charges. - •? ' THE SIBE OF THB FAST&st TgOTTIW * /; '< HOSSBS IN NEW ZEALAND; Blackiood AbJallah WILL Stana t'aia Seaa:n at Owner*a Stableana travel the Aehbnrtoa . County. TBRMS-Beason, £3 10j ; guarantee, £6 ssi groomaga lee, 5s ' *. THE OLYDESDALM ENTIBB HOBBE ~ Johnny's Eancy Bred by Mr James Gc-w, of Taieri, by Lord Salisbury, dam Sally 2nd, will Btand this Reason at Owner's Stable, Kolxnar FarmLyndhnrst. Terms— Season £8 j guarantee! . £4 4s. -... " For further particulars apply to Manager of • Farm, or MAX FBIEDLANDEBi -.„- Proprietor, 9|9Q Ashbartoru Wanted Known I HAVE 20,000 PINUS INSIGNIS, One yoar old, 12,000 PINUB INSIGNIS Tyro years old, transplanted; 60,000 CUPKE,SSUB MAOBOCABPA .■■■■V. 1 One year old; ' 12,000, TWO YEaRS OLD, , TRaNSPJuANTED. ' The above llnea will be sold very obiap, apple*"trees I 3 Years Old, bore frnlt list year j clean 1 and good sorti, 1b 6d eaoh. ' Inspeolion Invited, Prioe Llit on ' Application. : All orderß oarefully and seoorely paiked and delivered nt Railway ftitton foi whioh no ohargo 1b made. N.B.—Noto the address. JAMES PORTER, Nurseryman, Ollfton Nnwery, Allenton, Ashbmton. "THE CORNER." > v ' " \:> I.''?: j;; 1 1 „ ■ . . .S ■ I _ ■■'■■-■ The ship Lady Joeelyn, whioh has jnat arrived, encountered a t earf al tidal wave which rushed on board and threatened to engulf the vessel. To escape the Bea was a matter of impossibility. The Bea oame np and broka ten feet over the rail, Bending the spray eighty , feet high. The sea washed the iron capstan r head off and sent it overboard together with , the bulwarks and boats, as soon as the 1 mountain wave did its work* Tije gale aon» tinued with great fury. The ship was kept running at a speed, of ton knots an boar, ■ Tho vessel contained a valuable oargo whtob caused the wptain great anxiety on aooount of a nvunbev of valuable oaßoa of new and ohowe prints and drapery consigned to W H. Qollier, « The Corner," Ashborton, and whioh , could not be replaced at any price. They are . Homo of the ohoioeat; goods every imported to this colony. Buy none till you have roapoeteoi them.— (Advt*) 9J22 "JHE CORNER." : m

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2229, 18 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2229, 18 September 1889