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/^DDFELLOWS' j_j ALL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23rd, 1890. CONCEEtTnd BALL • 1 IN AID OF THE 1 CATHOLIC fiOYS' SCHOOL. PROGRAMME: Part I. ! Piano, "Galop di Braviera," Miss Holloway Song Mr J. Stephenson Song MissPender Scotch Reel ... Lagmhor Highlanders Song—"Queen of my Heart,' Mrs Crisp Song—"The Skipper and His Boy," Mr Flower Irish Jig Mr O'Loughlin Song—"The Rose, Shamrock & Thistle," Miss Berg Song (comic) Mr Brallaghan Song ... ... ... MissT. Butler Interval 5 minutes. Part 11. Piano—" La harpe Eolienne." ; Miss Holloway Song Miss A. Butler Song—" Queen of the Earth," Mr Flower Hornpipe Mr O'Loughlin Song-" In Old Madrid," Mrs Crisp Song (comic) Mr Bralliaghan Foursome Reel... Lagmhor Highlanders Song MissPender Song (comic) ... ... Master Henry God Save the Qtjeen. Pianist ... Mrs Claridge Conductor Mr Horace Gates 4 ALL claims against Messrs Clare Bros;, Farmers, of Dromore, must be sent in to me not later than 26th -April, 1890. D. THOMAS. 4J135 .Ashburton. TO-MORROW SPECIAL SALE. MR T. BULLOCK, in conjunction with Mr D. THOMAS, will sell by Publio Auction, at the Arcade, on account of Mr Twentyman Hodgson, 6 DRAUGHT MARES and GELD- O INGS. O Good Sorts. For absolute Sale. Sale at 10.30. T. BULLOCK, 4*71 Auctioneer. GROXBrFMwTSALir" mHE ABOVE will be held on FRIDAY NEXT (NOT Thursday as previously advertised), Commencing at 12 o'clock. The property adjoins the Cairnbrae Railway Station. GEO. JAMESON, 4 16? Agent, Ashburton.

TENDERS. mENDERS WANTED for the Erection X of an Implement Shed—labor only— atP. & D. Duncan's Yards, "Wills Street. Planß and specifications may be seen at our Office. TENDERS must be in by SATURDAY next at Noon. 4 157 A P. & P. DUNOAN. JOHN DAVIDSON, Returning . Officer for the Upper Ashburton Road District, do hereby declare the j Mowing persons have been duly nominated for their respective wards as under :— For Winchmore Ward MATHEW STITT Allenton „ RONALD CAMPBELL & DANIEL O'CONNOR BRICK. Their being only one Candidate nominated for the vacancy in the Winchmore Ward, I therefore declare the above named person (MATTHEW STITT) to be duly elected member of the Upper Ashburton Road Board. Also there being two persons nominated as above to fill the vacancy for the Allenton Ward a Poll for the election of ONE of the above named persons will be held at Saunders' Mill, Ashbnrton, on SATURDAY, the J third day of May, 1890, at 12 o'clock j nOOIU JOHN DAVISON, Returning Officer, Upper Ashburton Road District. April 22nd, 1890, 4 172 SALE OF LAND AND CLEARING SALE. CAIRNBRAE, NEAR METHVEN. FRIDAY, 25th APRIL. "IV /TILES & CO. have received instruct J\lL tions from E. W, Bowybb, Esq., | t0 SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. At the Homestead, Caimbrae, At 12 noon, On the above date, - - HIS CROXBY FARM, Comprising about IV i O ACRES OF GOOD AGRICUL- j I 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, ohiefly in grass. LOT 2—168 Acres, in stubble. LOT 3—350 Acres, in grass and stubble Also, all his LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, Comprising AAA MERINO EWES. 6)>yf\ CROSSBREDS, 2-tooths. ■ V DRAUGHT HORSES. ft YOUNG HORSES. 1 HACK. 3 Drays, M'Cormick Twine Reaper .md Binder, Duncan Grass Stripper, Champion Drill, Ransomc threefurrow Plough, Duncan S.F. Plough, Cambridge Roller, liar rows, Horse-power raid Chaflcuttei\ Harness, Tanks, Wire, Slakes, Posts and Rails, Furniture, Fowls, and Sundries. Luncheon provided. Sale at 12 noon. J. T. FORP, Auctioneer. GEORGE JAMESON, Agent, Ash burton \J FItKE FROM MEKOUBY COOKLTi'SPIILS FOB LI V Bit C'JCKLE'3 FILLS FOB DILI ' \J f m ISMQESTIOK r Bcic*, -,i ]i U. -ii id, 4b Of', 11 22|, '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2408, 23 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2408, 23 April 1890

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