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1 SATUBDAY, APRIL 19th. Quantity of Groceries, &c—ln the Estate of R. Morgan. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from the Deputy Official Assignee, to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on the above date, — A quantity of stores, consisting- of an assortment of groceries, tinware, a quantity of flour, hardware, grindstones, Tools, Horse Covers, empty Sacks, and a quantity of Sundries to numerous to mention. Sale at 11.30. T. BULLOCK, j 4J74 Auctioneer. UNRESERVED CLEARING SALE AT TINWALD. THURSDAY, APRIL 17th. BLAND & HUMPHERYS have received instructions from Mr Cyril Jephson, of Tinwaid, who is leaving the district, to sell by Public Auction, on THURSDAY, April 17th, 1890, the whole of his superior household furniture, comprising, Dining Room, Drawing Room, and three Bed Rooms, Kitchen and Office Furniture. PIANO by PAUL HESSE, a first class Instrument, also Dairy Utensils, Fire wood, Posts, Stakes, Wire, Wire Netting, 2 Horses, 2 Cows (springers), 1 Bull, Fowls, Guns, Fishing Tackle, etc., etc. ALSO, At the same time and place, unless sold privately (2) two acres, (1) one rood of land, with confortable house erected thereon of 7 rooms, hall, etc., well finished and in perfect order, washhouse, set copper, concrete cellar, and Dairy. Stabling accomodation for ,4 horses. The grounds are nicely laid out with fruit and ornamental trees, and a full sized Tennis Court has also been made. The Property can be seen on application. Sale at Noon. 1 BLAND & HUMPHERYS, *81 Auctioneers. TINWALD COAL AND FIREWO~OD DEPOT. JA /CLOTHIER has for • rl, \J Sale—Best Newcastle, Westport, Grey Valley, and Mount ■Somers Coal, Firewood and Stakes. Prime Oaten Straw and Sheaf Chaff, at Ashburton prices. THANKS. THANKS. THANKS rr HE CURATE and Church Officers _t. of the Parochial District of Longbeach, desire to express their grateful acknowledgments to all those who, by their contributions, purchases; and other efforts, made their Annual Bazaar successful. R. F. GARBETT, Curate. For Self and Church Officers. 4 86 .' —NOTICE— T HAVE pleasure in announcing that I "*■ have appointed Mr J. Quinn, Watchmaker, as sole agent in Ashburton for my Improved Pebble Spectacles. Signed 10 15 WM. RICKETTS NEW ZEALA ND RAILWAYS. Fares to Timaru for Races 17th and 18th . April. SATURDAY return tickets to Tunaru, available for return till 21st April, will be issued at Christchurch, Oamaru, and intermediate stations on the 16th, 17th, and 18th April, and to Washdyke, at Christchurch, Seadown, and intermediate stations on tho 17th,. and 18th. On the 17th the train due to leave Christchurch for Timaru at 8 a.m., will start at 7.45 a.m., and be due from Rakaia at 9.33, Chertsey 9.43, Ashburton 10.17, ffcivald 10.24, Winslow 10.34, Hinds 10.48, Rangitata 11.16,. arriving at Timaru at 12.25 p.m. It will stop at all stations if required. Passengers by this train for the Timaru Racecourse can alight at Washdyke, rebook, and join a train for the Bacecourse which will be at Washdyke ; arriving at the course in time for the first race. On the 18th, the Express train from south will stop at Washdyke to take up passengers. 4§83 BY ORDER, BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE Q OCIETY IBLE D OCIETT T3EV TT m T3OBJOHNS, of Sydney, will (D.V.) preach on SABBATH, 13th inst., in the Wealeyan' Church at 11 a.m., and in the Oddfellows Hall, for the Baptist Church, at 6.30 p.m. on behalf of the above Society. A UNITED SERVICE for Sabbath School Scholars will bu held in the Oddfellows' Hall at 3 p.m, to be addressed by Mr Robjohns. Young People's Collection. THE ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING Will (D.V.) be held on MONDAY, 14th, at 7.30 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church, Rev A. M. Beattie in the chair, the meeting to be addressed by Rev H. T. Robjohns. The following gentlemen will also take part: —Revs E. A. Scott, J. N. Buttle, A. Blake, Messrs J. H. Twentyman, R. W. Jenkins, and' Major Steward. 4 47 NOTICE OF BEM OVAL. johFmoisox BEGS to inform his Customers and the Ashburton Public that he has taken those commodious shops in the Town Hall, to which he will remove his business on Ist MAY next, and in consequence will hold a clearing sale oi his present Stock, at REDUCED RATES for CASH ONLY till date of removal, ! Orders booked will be charged at Ordinarj Rates. \ REPAIRS neatly [executed at th< (shortest notice. 1 rZmtT"%mm J - MOISON^

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2399, 12 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2399, 12 April 1890

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