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In our advertising columns Mr WooldridgeJ pianoforte tuner, announces his intention o* remaining a few days longer in Ashburton. A sitting of the Borough Council will be held on Monday next for the purpose of hearing claims and objections to the Burgess List. The imports of the colony for the quarter ending 31st March were £1,668,797 as against £1,721,988 for the first quarter of the previous year; and the exports £3,794,162 as against £3,417,734 for the corresponding period of 1889. ■ i We are sorry to learn that Mr W. 6. Silcock was thrown from his pony (which shied and fell) on Wednesday evening. He was much bruised and shaken. On enquiring to-day we were glad to hear that he is recovering from the effects of the fall. afaiiffiiiifi OC)K f^\ ( \ To lend on aPP roved ~&j£O\J v / freehold security. JOHN C. CORR, Barrister & Solicitor Burnett St Ashburton. KANO~TUNING.": * MR W. WOOLDRIDGE, Professor of Piano Tuning, will be in Ashburton for a, few days longer, and is open for engagements. All work guarnnteod. Terms—Three tunings (annually) Ono Guinea, payable by instalments. Orders received by MR W. ZANDER, 5 Csj East Street. "SATUKDAyrMAYIo: SPECIAL ENTRY. 1 BROWN GELDING, C years, ( -*- stands 1G hands lin. , ! A grand dog cart horse, very quiet, and i a good mover. Sale at 1 o'clock. i BLAND <& HUMPHERYS, 5 63! Auctkmeerstßf

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2425, 9 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2425, 9 May 1890

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