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lublic Aotices. WILLOWBY WESLEYAN CHURCH. Reception Tea Meeting to the Rev. J. H. Gray, in the Willowby Schoolroom, I TUESDAY, APRIL 15th. j Tea at 5.30 p.m. Admission, Is Addresses by Ministers and Friends. | 4}82 Music by the Choir. tinwals~coal aniTfire wood DEPOT. JA /CLOTHIER has for fl . \J Sale—Best NewI castle, Westport, Grey Valley, and Mount ' Somers Coal, Firewood and Stakes. Prime Oaten Straw and .Sheaf Chaff, at Ashburton prices. DANCING. MR T TJ "D ROOKS, R J. 11. XJROOKS, Assisted by first class Local Talent, is open for engagements. Balls, Socials, Evening Parties, and Entertainments of all descriptions supplied with music, from 1 to 5 performers, at lowest possible prices. Terms on application. IN BANKRUPTCY. In the Estate of Joseph Clark. A MEETING of Credicors in the above Estate will be held at the Court House, Ashburton, on FRIDAY, the 18th day of April, 1890, at 11 o'clock. J. C. BELL, Deputy Official Assignee. Ashburton, April 12th 1890. 4J93 UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. "VT'OTICE is hereby given that the _Li South Road near Saunders' Mill will be stopped during repairs to the Bridge. The attention of travellers is called to the fact that there is another road on the other side the railway line, which will answer all purposes meanwhile. By Order, J. DAVISON, Clerk. April 12th, 1890. SATURDAY, 17th APEIL. IMPORTANT SALE" OF SUPERIOR DRAUGHT STOCK. BLAND AND HUMPHERYS have received instructions from Mr Edward Saunders to sell by Public Auction at the East Street Horse Bazaar on the above date, — •i CT Superior Draught MARES -ft; ±D and GELDINGS, J.O 3 to 5 Years Old, Broken to All Kinds of Harness, and will be Sold Subject to a Trial. The Auctioneers have pleasure in drawing Special attention to this grand line of Draught Stock. Mr Saunders informs us that they are the best lot he has ever brought from the South. Sale at 1 o'clock. BLAND & HUMPHERYS, 4§94 ' • - Auctioneers. 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, DraAving 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, Fisliing 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. BLAND & HUMPHERYS, *B*l Auctioneers. SUBDIVISIONAL SALE OF PART OF THE CELEBRATED WESTERFIEU) ESTATE. 1150 AOPBS CHOICE LAND TO BE DISPOSED OF. I HAVE been instructed by C. G 1 Hawdon, Esq., to OFFER FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, The Undermentioned FARMS OF GOOD LAND, VIZ:— ' NO. I—Containing 272 ACRES, well fenced and subdivided, with large Plantation (forty acres) in the centre of it. NO. 2—Containing 560 ACRES, with splendid improvements, f;irm buildings very complete, well fenced and subdivided, with frontages on three roads. NO. 3—Containing 125 ACRES, reclaimed swamp, very rich'land, would make a splendid Dairy Farm. NO, 4—Containing 175 ACRES reclaimed swamp, well fenced and subdivided. NOTE.—Running Water in every Paddock in the Block. Inspection Confidently Invited. Terms —One-third cash ; balance, three years at 6£ per cent. For particulars, apply D. THOMAS, 4 95 Ashburton. SALE OF PRIVILEGES. TO BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16th, 1890. ASHBURTON RACING CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from the Stewards of the Ashburton Racing Club, to Sell by Public Auction at Tattersall's, West Street, Ashburton, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16th, At 12 o'clock, The following Rights of Privileges of the above races, via. :— LOT I.—Luncheon Room and, Publican'^ j Bar under G.ra,ns Staftd, ''"* *'' ' „ 2,—Pt^bljcai^s Booth under new Is "' * "Stand. „ 3.—Confectioner's Booth under new Is Stand. „ 4.—Right to charge admission to new Is Stand. „ 5.---Right Qf Spoi'tH, i „ 6.—Horse Yards; '* D. THOMAS, 4+96 Auctioneer,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2400, 14 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2400, 14 April 1890

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