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SHEEP FEED. WANTED— Grass for 600 young two-tooth Merino WETHERS for 3 or 4 months. Apply to. GEO. JAMESON, SJI - Ashburton. L0 s T ONE brown tweed overcoat. Finder rewarded on leaving thß same at the " Mail" office. If found on any person after this date will be prosecuted. 5 4 THANKS. I BEG to thank Messes Price, Soax, J. and T. Smith, and all those who helped to save my property at the fire yesterday. C. RYEL, 6 9 Ashburtoji ■„ FUNERAL NOTICE. THE friends of Mb Meredith Wilson, are respectfully informed that the funeral of his late beloved daughter, Sarah Jane, will move from his residence, Wakanui, at 1.30 p.m. to-morrow, FRIDAY the 2nd inst., for the Ashbur--1 ton cemetry. BAKER BROS., 5 8 Undertakers. l i HE Friends of Mr Craighead, of » Allenton, are respectfully informed that the funeral of his late son Stanlfy will mope from his residence TO- i MORROW, (Friday) at 2.30. I T. A. GATES, I 5 7 ■ Undertaker. TINWALD YARDS. ; 6th MAY, 1890. MR D. THOMAS has received in- ■ structions from C. G. Hawdon, Esq., to sell by Public Auction at the above yards," - ■ ■JKflfl 2-tooth CROSSBREDS, a IIWU Grand Line. ALSO—On account of a Client, lAA Good Store LAMBS. D. THOMAS, SJIO Auctioneer. COCKLE'S PILLS FKKE »ROM MBROOBY COCKLE'S PIILS FOE LIVBR r*OOKLE'S PILLS \J 70s Bill
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2415, 1 May 1890
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2415, 1 May 1890
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