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A very delightful ball, at which between 200 and 250 ladies and gentlemen were present;, .took pla.ce last night in the Oddfellows' Hall, at, the invitation of Mr Charles Strange, ,who has for. the past four years been ; cashier at, the.Bank of New Zealand'r.&erej and who,, being about to pay. « visit to the Old Country, took this very, pleasant means ,of bidding a temporary adieu, to his wide circle of friends in and around Ashburton. The arrangements were most perfect and complete, the hall itself beujg- converted for the nonce into a very bow^r, the roof being festooned with .nags and gay coloured bunting," very elegantly set off by a .fringe, pf^ matapo and lighted by brilliant circles of Jets and pendant Chinese lanterns,: : while the windows were draped with" hangings of lace and coloured, r stuffs, , . and , the pilasters around '{he walls adorned with cabbagepalmsetc. , The Btage^waß lighted with a row of fairy lamps, and altogether the prettiest interior we,, have-seen in Ashburton was presented. I A large marquee erected at the rearrdf the hall, and led up to by a covered carpeted way, served as the supper room and was set with tables literally loaded with good things, while rooms were fitted up and sumptuously furnished for the lady guests, the gentlemen also being thoughtfully provided for in every detail.. A, capital floor and the splendid music provided by Fleming's band completed the delights of the evening and dancing was kept up with the greatest enjoyment till 4 a.m., the health of Mr Strange with hearty wishes of bon voyage and a speedy return beingproposedatthesupperby Mr R. M'Oweri and drunk with enthusiasm and the heartiest of hearty cheers.

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T. Bnllock r\' O LET at a low rental, House fronting _1_ Graham's Eoad, Tinwald. ' . T. BULLOCK._ FOR SALE—Grass land nearTinwald, OA ACRES Easy terms. Apply to T. BULLOCK. CHEAP PROPERTIES. I HAVE a number of Sections, together with Cottages thereon, for Sale, for which owners are prepared to take Low Prices. Full particulars on application. T. BULLOCK. _ HORSE POWER, suitable for driving chaffcutter, for Sale at a low price, T. BULLOCK. £}"i A SECTIONS opposite the dZt X tfc« AshburtonWoollen Factory for Sale, Price £14 each. Apply to T. BULLOCK. ARM. JDR&.YS—For Sale new Dt&y* with frames, Apply to T. BULLOOk. TO FABMEBB and Others.—For Sale a Light Spring Dray. Apply to T. BULLOCK. BAKAIA b'EOTIONS—I am prepared V to receive offers for any of the following, vis, Nnmbers 26, 86, 121, 124, 208, 291, 292, 295,297. Terms if leqaired, App'y to _ " T. BULLOCK, TjflOß BALE—3O Acres odd, conveniently Jj situated near the County Saleyards, divided into 3 ptddooks end surrounded with a plantation ; all well watered with a County water raco, iSiisy terms, Apply to T. BULLOCK, ft<{) FABMKH3 -Cheap Storage — I Cheap Bto:ragp—l am prepared to ■ ccept £57 103 rental until the Ist of Januarys 1891, fcr my large Store U, West Street. This offers a favorable ' opportunity for Farmers to aomblne t gathe; ar.d Store Grain o^i their own »rcoant at a very email coot, 4 T BULLOCK. FRIDAY, APRIL 25th. Clearing Sale of Farm Implements, Horse and Buggy, Furniture, etc. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mb, David Wilson (in consequcnoe of having let his farm) to sell by Public Auction at the Homestead, about 1 mile from tho Wakanui School, on FRIDAY, April 2oth, tho following, viz.— Horso, Buggy' 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. Salo at -2 o'clock. T. BULLOCK, f Auctioneer,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2408, 23 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2408, 23 April 1890

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