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Public W otic ea. LOWCLIFFE ESTATE. rpENDERS are invited for drainin _L about 200 acres, Tenders will t received till 10th MAY. 4 161 J. R. BRODIE. TENDERS. mENDERS WANTED for the Erectio: _L of an Implement Shed—labor onlyatP. & D. Duncan's Yards, Wills Street Plans and specifications may be seen a our Office. TENDERS must be in b SATURDAY next at Noon. ■ 4 157 P. & D. DUNCAN. ! ASHBURTON WESLEYAN CHURCH ANNUAL TEA MEETINGTUESDAY, April 22nd Reception to Rkv. J. H. Gray. Tea at 6 o'clock. Admission, Is 6d Children, Is. Addresses by Ministers and Friends Muaic by the Choir. 4t*l2i 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. ANNIVERSARY SOCIAL. '. mHE ASHBURTON RIFLES WILL HOLD THEIR AHHITCRSAKY SOCIAL pN THURSDAY, 22nd MAY, IN THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL. . Dancing at 8 'p. in; Admission—Gentlemen, 2s 6d ; Ladies free. Tickets from all members of the mpany. 4-163 ASHBURTON RACES. ; SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. "VTOTICE is hereby given that THURSL> . DAY, the 24th day of April, 1890, las been appointed a Special Bank holiday at the Offices of the underaentioned Banks in Ashburton and ilakaia, For the Union Bank of Australia, Ld, JOSEPH PALMER; Chief Officer New Zealand. For the Bank of New South Wales, W. G. RHIND. Inspector. For the Bank of Australasia, E. W. MORRAH, Inspector. For the Bank of New Zealand, J. M. BUTT, . :+lls For the General Manager. FRIDAY, APRIL 25th. Hearing Sale of Farm Implements, Horse and Buggy, Furniture, etc. lITR T. BULLOCK has received in[Vl structions from Me. David Wilson in consequence of having let his farm) 0 sell by Public Auction at the Hometead, about 1 mile from the Wakanui School, on FRIDAY, April 25th, the folawing, viz.— Horse, Bugijy and Harness, Spring Trap, 2 Sets trap harness, Broad Cast Sower, Grubber, Robey Screen, Single furrow plough, Dray, Roller, Water Trough. A quantity of household furniture, Cooking utensils, etc. Sale at 2 o'clock. T. BULLOCK, ; Auctioneer. AND BACON IN LARGE or SMALL QUANTITIES, -\TTELL OEASONED AND FIRST CLASS QUALITY. JOHN GBR & CO. SALE OP .LAND AND CLEARING SALE. CAIRNBRAE, NEAR METHVEN. FRIDAY, 25th APRIL. IV yT"ILES & CO. have received insfcruciA_JL tions from E. W. Bowyek, Esq., o SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. At the Homestead, Cairnbrae, At 12 noon, On the above date, HIS CROXBY FARM, Comprising about V 4 Q ACRES OF GOOD AGRICUL--1 4:0 TURAL LAND, divided unto 12 Paddocks. The Buildings comprise 3 Cottages, 2 Stables, Woolshed, Pigstyes, Kennels and Sheepyardsi The above will be first submitted in one ot, and if not sold, will then be offered as mder :— LOT 11—230 Acres, chiefly in grassLOT 2—168 Acres, in stubble. LOT 3—350 Acres, in grass and stuloble, Also, all his LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, Comprising }AA MERINO EWES. VVA CROSSBREDS, 2-tooths. A DRAUGHT HOUSES. a YOUNG HORSES. 1 HACK. L 3 Drays, M'Cormick Twine Reaper and Binder, Duncan Grass Stripper, Champion Drill, Ransome threefurrow Plough, Duncan S.F. Plough, Cambridge Roller, Har rowa, Horse-power and Chaffcutter, Harness, Tanks, Wire, Stakes, Posts and Rails, Furniture,, Fowls, taid Sundries. Luncheon provided. Sale at 12 noon. J. T. FORD<, Auctioneers GEORGE JAMESON, H3 Agent,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 3407, 22 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 3407, 22 April 1890

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