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[Licensing Act, 1881, and Amendment) 1 thereof. "VTOTICE ia hereby given that, in JJ\ pursuance of the provisions of the fiKive-ioTPPfI Acts Q-.Vt'loriv (\mrnr.rMi:iTlN\;> i>r f(^iie'l.ii.^:i-:i.£r'<"---(iii l iii.-« - :"■ ■:■ ■ ii.- 1 >:.; -i,; -of Borough of Ashburton, I Mount Somers, Upper Ashburton, Ash- \ burton, Mount Hutt and South Rakaia," will be held at the time and places set •down hereunder, for'the purpose "of considering applications, of which due notice is given:— Borough of Ashburton —4th June, at noon, in the Courthouse, AjshI burton. ']: Mount Somers —2nd June, at nobn^in the Road Board Office, Mount Somers. •> Upper Ashburton —6th June, at noon, in the Courthouse, Ashburton. '-' Ashburton—6th June, at noon, in the j Courthouse, Ashburton. Mount Hutt—9th June, at noon,; in the Road Board Office, Methveri. South Rakaia—3rd June, at noon, in the Courthouse, South Rakaia. • J. R. COLYER, , Clerk Licensing Committees. 29th April, 1890. 5t37 IRONMONGERY. ] JOHNO&R&CO. Are Offering " SPECIAL VALUE FOR CASH j Prior to their Annual Balance. - AND Having Large Stocks of Lead ing Lines now landing, Purchasers will save from 10 to 20 pc, cent - 12 cases new Bedsteads at all prices ; Guns of all kinds, grand value ■; 10 cases Sporting Powder 15 cwt Shot •• 4 cases Fenders from 6s to £5 * 60 sets Fire Irons from 5s to 30s "• 4 casks Holloware and Kitchen Utensil 3 packages Lamps, Globes and Chimneys 1 case table and pocket Cutlery, grand value "* 3 casks Plough and Trace Chains ? 100 drums Raw and Boiled Oil » 2 tons White Lead Paints and Varnishes of all kinds \ 5 bales Wall/Paper * 50 Register "r Grates from 14s 6d, : 6d to £5 ; Ranges and Stoves of all sorts > 20 tons Bar Iron . 1 ton Bolts and Nuts all sizes - * 4 packages Wringers and Mangles New "Home Sewing Machine" best -and simplest Leather Portmanteaus and, travelling' >~ •' Trunks , : ' / r '■ r ' i Leather Belting l|ih to 6in Manilla and Flax Rope, l£in to 3in -' 40 coils of Plough Line -'■ 2 cases. Sellar's Mould-Boards , ' ' Hornsby's\and Ransome'si Plough. Shares, all sizes 3 casks Buggy Springs and; Axles, ; 40 kegs Bluestont - 75 kegs Wire Nails ' ~ ~J - ■'' - " 20 kegs Fencing Staples , ,•. ', : ' 40 coils Barb Wire 2 bales Seaming Twine • 1 case Babbet Metal; * ': <■ 20 bundles of Spades and Forks, &c,----4 packages Screws, Locks and* Hinges ; 4 packages Saws, Chisels, and Planes ' 6 cases Picks and Axes 4 cases Gorse Knives ■' ' 8 cases Axe, Pick and Hammer Handle 1 case Hammers VALVOLINE, LUBROLINE, CASTOR, COLZA, OLIVE, LARD, , : and NEATSFOOT OILS .;■?<'• 2000 yds Galvanised WIRE!'" " ' .' Sheep NETTING. uj/, tc' ■ ■• .. < The simpliest and most economical, fence forfeeding off turnips. J H,n"ARK' jL <(^O J OH.N \J RR. Ou \J, Odd bliaep Dipping 'BitOOKB'S. NEW PUBLIC mRAILWAY RESERVE, Opposite Ashburton Saleyards, is now^going'on Man in attendance every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 9 1; to 1, other days cain be- arranged by' applying to C. M. BROOKE, East Street. •■- ;••.«'• J. PRICE :'■ ■ '"' '_'-■• One Penny per head under 500; ' i Three Farthings per head over~soG.~ After Ist May, One Farthing; peri head more. , . . Brpoie'».,"Ferfect..?.SiieepD%. Equal to any, and superior to most, is sold in the Ashburton County, only'at, 6s per gallon,' used'l to 110 'and or 120 gal • lons of water, goes further- and is cheapo han any OTHER DIP. „ , 4 ; GO TO MITCHELT JP_ rpURNEX) ,ITCHEL_U OD ±URNeJL\. TANCRED STREET FOR BLANKETS FLANNEL& DREBS TWEEDS HOSIICRY CLOTHING ETC.V'ETC. ' A SPECIAL LINE . 'W^A >'■■'. ■■ "' '■ •■■ '■ OF j OVEBOOATS AT : , .. ■ . •. ' MITOHELT 6 T mURNER'C! ITCHELL ** I URNER jj . TANOItEDfeTiiEET.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2421, 5 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2421, 5 May 1890

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