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Charles JBradde l T Licensed Landbrokor and Valuator • under "The Laud Transfer Act, 1885. E3TATE, HOUSE. LAND, AND GENEJt-__L COMMISSION A«3rHNT. OFtf;.vJE— Bdbnext Street, Noxt to . •« Mail " Office 6|9 • /{I O ' W E N D ' S J_ Bilious and I.ivbb Pills lor Ixbrvoua-aas, Houuaohe, Aoidity, • ileoilbuc I'aiuß U.tA'i.eu luo choudors-Jf-.ipiiuii'ju of iho Ji.tttt. interrupted blco^i, lauraubing Dream j, Tendency tJ bo JB'i _h._.ued, tt_d _' i-iUoat _Die-ton-iuue, Cotitiv.ness, Skia Eruptions Impure Blood, and all Bilious Disorders, Sola « vory whtro ia boxes la, Is 6 J, 5.8 64 ■ or Bant free by post on receipt o£ stamps by the Proprietor. VV. P. TOWNEND, Chemist, 183 Colombo street, OHRIbI'OHURUJ-i. ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PAaXORAL ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL Horse Parade WILL ba held at the AStiBURTON OOUNIY SALEYAfiDrt on SATURDAY, 21bt SEPTi-fiiBEE, 1889 At Noou. Entries— sa eaoh horse— close with the undersigned ou TUJ-bDAY, September ' 17th, ai 5 p.m. JNO. J.O. QUANE, B|2ol Sooretary.' i>AK-ti.li -biiUity., BUILDikRi., UiNDi-Hi'Aiictit., Ao, Corner W-tt-anul Ro^d aud Cam sirooi (IS -S IX UJ-M-tAI. iIOXSIi.) Oral bAuec auU Jbruwu'a Uo»on F*3tor| . _N_;xi' raj. oouiir -_«_■«_,) XHO lj-ira__iiAi_ win.*. INoU_.--_wj_ UJ EsrABLISEBD A.D. 1803, ■jAfilAi. -tl,'2Uo,oOd. \ lnveetbd Jb'und- over £l,oi)-J>,C0j, IIT ib hot -by uot.liua tnat MR W. VV. WHU-i ha_ uu.u upp.-LUi.ed -_go_t iui ..atiliurloa ■UtcUiCt > bUi-ANJJJiiiid AND CO,, ChnflichUiCh, thiol Ago-ttj ior Cauioiuury, 84:16 ; vv anted ilaowu 1 JulaYE 20,000 J^liNoS AiNf^iGriSlS <- r ~u y_^i° oiu. 12,000 i J i.MiJS JLJNdie^ld 60,000 oU-^xii-obU? i-LA^JJUU-UAi&r-i. U..-U youc 0... 12,000, iwo years old, _,_V..._*-_>i'j_l4_iM .'.___>. Tuu hbuv- i.uu.l w.i 00 uoia vory eaesy* Ai'Ti-i- i'l-iiiiiitt 3 Yoa.o <j» _j ujio I.UI. .mv. ytttc * clean a_u _ -ono, Ju iix -»ou. lUsptiO.iuu XuvxcuU. Pn.e Llot ou -ippUCtt.JaU. Ail urdo.H 0-cciU ,y <*ua u.carttiy packed nua U-itvoiuu m\u _.„ii«vi»y -.t...0a tot V.iuun Uj UUUigO Id U-lid., xt.U. — Null) mo aUurcod. jA_H_d POiiriliß, i^urooij'-uAa, UiUtju _lu.-ii.ry, Aliuutuu, A.uouri-ii, OlOYec Cioyof WE aro now laudiag itom Loudon aud iM.W _fur_. OUl' ii-i-i*. whi^-UjUt to. ioo cuiuiu_ cuaauu vi x*i_a_ >V ►j_-J_Ui3 couai-tiug or OiiOVJ-.i.ti, TURNiPo, -lANGOLUW, UA-ViwUJ. . l-ar.'., UAuDEtS AHU Jb'LOWJ-.-. uEriDS. Thuso seeds ar_ irum llij uioai railidbJe iiouuau iv j_on_)Ojs uaa iNKW _" okk -ma theroforo Oi*u vi* oo_iia«utly mcoiu- ; m.udou uj lrudU und roiiauio, wo nave also pjili_-_Ni\J.Au, LXiii -JiiAo-jauaUOUJici. SPOOj. ior talo iv iai_e or _vi .1, u_u_.ittiuea. Itat.st uovoluui m U^rduu uua Jbiowor {-iuedt-. lioiu (.u-At vy<-u kuovva Loaavn i'lltU, JAMiiS OAUXKii AMU 00, UUd yrtiU JU rcquiolioa oi uvory douonpUuu. tamploa aud qujut.oaa forwarded oa uppiiotinou J. bUiAL). & CO. ,B*6o " ' ' "' ' ■ -■■■■ mi ■ — y^— — 1 "TBE CORNER,", The ship Lady Jooelyn, wbioh has jus. arrived, enoountorod a fearful tidal wave whioh ruehod on board and throatened to engulf tho vessel. To esoape tbe sea was a matter ol impossibility. The sea oame up and broke ten feet over the rail, Bending the spray eighty feet high, Tho sea washed tho iron oapatan head oil and sent it ovorboard together with the bulwarks and boats, as soon aa the mountain wave did ite work. The gale oon* tinued with great fury. The ship was kept, running at 11 npood of ton knots an hour. Tho vessel contained a valuable oargo whiob oaueod the captain great anxiety on acoount of a number of valuable oases of new and ohoioo prints and drapery consigned to W. H. Collier, " The Corner," Ashburton, and whioh cou'd not bo ropluoed at any prioe. They are somo ot the ohoiooot goods ovory imported to this oolony. Buy none till you bave inspsoted them.— (Advt-) 9\M ■"■"" JHE CORNER." i

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2230, 19 September 1889

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