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MR MALCOLM, Headmaster of the Hampstead School, will open an Evening Class for Youths on APRIL 28th commencing at 7.30. Terms on Application. 18th April, 1890. 4 146 SELLING OFF PREVIOUS TO STOCK-TAKING. BOOKS, Stationery, Fancy Goods, Music, etc., at Greatly Reduced Prices, for Cash. N.Z. Jubilee Chronicle. L. F. ANDREWES & CO. ASHBURTON RACING CLUB. AOTOM3~MEB.TIIIfi, APRIL 23rd and 24th. ACCEPTANCES and ENTRIES MUST be in the hands of the Secre taryby MONDAY, APEIL 21st, Afc 9 p.m. as under:— ACCEPTANCES. Handicap Hurdle Racb ... 1 soy Ashburton Autumn Handicap 1 soy District Welter Handicap ... 15s Flying Handicap 15s ENTRIES. Longbeach Plate, of 25 soys; second horse to receive 5 soys from the stake. District Horses only. For three-year-olds and upwards. Weight for age. Winners since August Ist, 1889, of any race or races (excluding selling races) of . the individual or collective value of £20 to carry 41b extra; of £40, 71b extra ;of £70, 101b extra ; of £100 or upwards, 141b extra. Maidens having started twice or oftener allowed — three-year-olds, 71bs ; four-year-olds and up" wards, lOlbs. Penalties and allowances to be calculated to time of starting. One Mile. Entrance 1 soy. Novel Race, of 25 soys. The winner to be sold by auction immediately after the race, the whole of the proceeds "to go to the funds of the Club. Weight, ost, any overweight to be declared. Half a mile. Entrance, 106. G. BISSET, 3+142 Secretary.

H A.MS And BACON IN LARGE or SMALL QUANTITIES, ~y\t ell n Masoned AND FIRST CLASS QUALITY. JOHN O'RR & GO. SUBDIVISIONAL SALE OF PART OF THE CELEBRATED WESTERFIH.O ESTATE. 1150 AfP-ES CHOICE LAND TO BE DISPOSED OF. I HAVE been instructed by C. G Hawdon, Esq., to OFFER FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, The Undermentioned FARMS OF GOOD LAND, VIZ:— f 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, farm 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 re claimed 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 LAND AND CLEARING SALE. CAIRNBRAE, NEAR METHVEN. THURSDAY, 24th APRIL. MILES & CO. have received imbrue-' tions from E. W. Bowyer, Esq., to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. At the Homestead, Cairnbrae, At 12 noon, On the above date, HIS CROXBY FARM, Comprising about tVAQ ACRES OF. GOOD AGRICUL- | 4:0 TURAL LAND, divided into 12 Paddocks. The Buildings comprise 3 Cottages, 2 Stables, Woolshed, Pigstyes, Kennels and Sheepyards. The above will be first submitted in one lot, and if not sold, will then be offered as under :— LOT 1—230 Acres, chiefly in grass. LOT 2—168 Acres, in stubble. LOT 3—350 Acres, in grass and stubble< Also, all his LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, Comprising ftAA MERINO EWES. i)iyi\ CROSSBREDS, 2-Looths. i DRAUGHT HORSES. 0 YOUNG HORSES. 1 HACK. 3. Drays, M'Cormick Twine Reaper and Binder, Duncan Grass Stripper, Champion Drill, Ransome three-furro-w Plough, Duncan S.F. Plough, Cambridge Roller, Har rows, Horse-power and Chaffcutter, Harness, Tanks, Wire, Stakes, Posts and Rails, Furniture, Fowls, and Sundries. Luncheon provided. Sale at 12 noon. J. T. FORD, »> Auctioneer. « GEORGE JAMESON, 113 Agent, Ashburton, '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2406, 21 April 1890

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