\\ RANTED to sell Windmill and V V Pump can be seen at work at H. Childs, Wakanui road: 5 , ~~ LONGBEACH ROAD-BOARD. ~ FINAL NOTICE. ALL Rates unpaid on May 10th will be sued for without further notice. 4§230 BY ORDER. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PUBLICAN'S LICENSE. j ITREPHENA BUTLER, of Ashbur--9 ton, spinster, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, and will at the next Licensing Meeting of tiie Licensing Committee for the Licensing District of Ashburton, to be holden at the R.M. Courthouse .on the FOURTH DAY of June, 1890, apply for a certificate authorising the issue of a Publican's License, for a house situate at Ashburton and known as Butler's Family Hotel, containing twenty-nine rooms, exclusive of those required for the use of the family. Dated the Seventh day of May, 1890. TREPHENA BUTLER. E. G. CRISP, 6*51 Solicitor. J
; ODDFELLOWS' HALL. : Under, the Direction of Messrs Williamson, Garner and Musgrove. Business Manager ... Mr W. A. Jinkins Agent in Advance... Mr Joe Brown. FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY. MONDAY MAY 12th. "TTTILL be presented Mrs Frances VV Hodgson Burnett's stage version of her beautiful story LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY. The piece is produced by Special arrangement with Mr George Wotherspoon, representing the authoress and Mr Wesley Sisson, of New-York. Little Lord Fauntleroy will be enacted by precisely, the same Company engaged , in its original production at the Princess Theatre, Melbourne, and now touring New Zealand prior to their reappearance in Melbourne in this, delightful play, which has everywhere been received with overwhelming success. Prices: Reserved seats, 4s; second seats, 3s ; pit, 2s. Plan of reserved seats at W. Zander's, Tobacconist. 5t49 i
D. Thomas - CLEAEING SALE, On the .Farm of Mr James Lesion LAURISTON. ON FEIDAY, MAY 16th, 1890, • . At 12 o'clock. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from. Mr Jas. Lemon, to Sell by Public Auction on his Farm at Lauriston the whole of his Live Stock, Plant, Horses, etc., etc., on.; - FRIDAY, MAY 16th,: ' At 12 o'clock. " -,\x ■;' Consisting of— . '%?*' 0 STRIPPERS ■ \ :, 0 String BINDERS by McCormick, A Wire BINDER by McCorraick, DRAYS, '• 2 Double-furrow PLOUGHS by Duncan with all gear^ A Double-furrow PLOUGH by Dun- * can, with all gear, r ■ 0 Sets HARROWS with all gear, 4 DRILL by Duncan,
A DISC HARROW with Seed Sower, A CAMBRIDGE ROLLER, A Wooden ROLLER, 0 CHAFF CUTTERS, -j New TRAP, | THRESHING PLANT complete,, 1 1 Draught MARES and GELDINGS, •™ all good sorts,' 4 Two-year-old FILLY by Burling- * ton, A Two-year-old COLT -by- Rantin * Robinj A One-year-old COLT by Burlington, 1 One-year-old COLT by Hnnnington, , A FOAL by Rantin Robin, O COWS in full profit, C Head Mixed CATTLE, Q SOWS with young A BOAR, C fJ A Crossbred HOGGETS, 4C Sets HARNESS, ■ ' And Sundries to numerous to particularise. Luncheon provided. Sale at 12 o'clock sharp. D. THOMAS, 5t53 Auctioneer.
THE SONS & DAUGHTERS OF TEMPERANCE FRIENDLY BENEFIT SOCIETY. THE Special Advantages offered by this Society are—lst, a large invested fund; 2nd, the funeral donation being reassured by the National Division ; 3rd, a liberal relief during sickness, with choice of any doctor within the district for members and their families, and as large fuilcral donation as is consistent with safety.
The Grand Division has established a Centkai, Sick Fund, which secures uniformity of fees and benefits throughout New Zealand ; allows members to move from one division to another without any increase of contributions, and affords absolute security to small or weak divisions, Ken wit (■'on Malk Mi:mriws :—First six mouths' sickness, '20s per week ; second six months, LSs; afterwards, 10s; death of a member, £30; death of a member's wife, £10. Half the above benefits are received by female members. HoyoitAiiY Memhkhs of both sexes shall be entitled to the services of the physician and apothecary, providing they puss a satisfactory medical examination, and recoup to the Division the amount of fees payable by it to those officers on their account. The pledge originally ado2>tcd has remained unchanged until the present time, and by it all formbof intoxicating drinks are proscribed. The position the Sons and Daughters of Temperance occupy is a standing testimony of the value of Total Abstinence principles, and compares favorably with any other Friendly Society; the sickness rate showing one-third less than that, of other Societies not based on total abstinence principles; the death rate being only six per thousand in the Sons ond Daughters of Temperance, aa against nine per thousand, the yearly average death rate of other Societies. This Order should command the. support and attention of all earnest temperance workers, as it gives testimony of the value of total abstinence to the health of the body; exerts a decided influence on public opinion, and provides an opportunity for total abstainers to make provision for themselves in case of sickness, accident, or death. The Lodge meets MONDAY, 12th May, and each alternate Monday, at, the Templar Hall, Ashburton, at 8 p.m. Ever* Total Abstainer Should Join.B| 4 213 W. MURRAY, Sec. j
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2424, 8 May 1890
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