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) J-üblic Aotices. l OR SALE—Splendid Derwent Potatoes and good Carrots at market j prices. Can be obtained from Richard 1J Taylor, South Rakaia. 1 ASHBURTON HIGH SCHOOL. 2nd Teem, 1890. "DUPILS willre-assembleon MONDAY JL NEXT, the 26th instant, at the usual hour. 5*137 . JOHN EDGAR BUCHANAN. LOWCLIFF ESTATE. rr>ENDERS are invited for deepening JL and widening about 90 chains drain on Longbeach boundary. And also about 33 chains Ditch and Bank on Lowcliff. To be let in two separate contracts. Tenders not later than 31st May 1890. J. R. BRODIE, 5J105 Manager. TRAYED from Valetta, a. Bay Trap Gelding, good stamp, had a new coyer on. Expenses will be paid and a suitable reward given on delivery to BARNES & SMITH, 5 Builders, Ashburton. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY HOLIDAY. THE Queen's Birthday falling this year upon a Saturday, the Burgesses of Ashburton are respectfully invited to observe MONDAY, the 26th, as a Holiday in Her Majesty's honor. D. THOMAS, 5|138 Mayor;

I HAVE FOR SALE, OAA ACRES Good TURNIPS, OUU near Westerfield. D. THOMAS, 5 133 Ashburton. NOTICE. MEMBERS of the Ashburton Caledonian Society, are reminded that the first Ingleside of the season will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, on FRIDAY EVENING, May the 30th, at 8 p.m. As the Directorate have received the hearty support of a number of additional Singers, the Inglesides of the present .season should prove very enjoyable to the Members and their Families. J. SEALY, 5*140 Secretary. ANNIVERSARY SOCIAL. qiHE ASHBURTON RIFLES WILL HOLD THEIR AMHIYERSAKY SIFIAL ON MONDAY, 26th MAY, IN THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL. Dancing at 8 p.m. Admission—Gentlemen, 2s 6d ; Ladies free. j Tickets from all members of the Oomp y. 4-163 !

MR~T BULLOCK THURSDAY, 22nd MAY. CLEARING SALE OF FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS ETC. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from the Executrix of the late E. Monson to sell by Public Auction on Thursday, May 22nd, at the Homestead adjoining Mr G. T. Smith's Gardens, and not far from the County ale Yards, the whole of the stock, implements etc., as follows. " Draught Horses a Well bred Hacks \ 1 Trap Mare 0 " Drays with Frames *■ Double furrow plough ! \ * Single Furrow Plough Massey Twine Reader and Binder. Set of Harrows Chaff Cutter Spring Trap and Harness Stripper Shaft, leading and plough harness, barb wire, carpenters tools and a quantity of sundries, The horses are exceptionally good Sale at 12.30 o'clock. T. BULLOCK, 6+107 Auctioneer. HOUSE AND SECTION at WLNSLOW MRT. BULLOCK will sell by Auction on SATURDAY, May 24th, on account and by Order of the Mortgagee Lot 4 containing 1 rood 3 perches. Township of Winslow, on which are erected a shop and dwelling house. This must be sold. Terms at sale. Sale at 12 Noon T. BULLOCK, 51106 Auctioneer. A. Harrison. UNRESERVED SALE OF T.S. 586. SATURDAY, 24th MAY. 2 o'clock. MR ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions from the Mortgagee to Soil by Public Auction at his rooms on the above date, T.S. 586^ WILLS STREET WEST, With commodious Dwelling thereon. This propercy is very centrally and pleasantly situated, immediately facing the Domain, and the Mortgagee has decided to sell ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE ALFRED HARRISON, Auctioneer, Sale at 2 o'clock 9*109 Hiand and Humpherys SATURDAY, MAY 24th BLAND AND HUMPHERYS have received instructions from Mr R. Bingham to sell by Public Auction at the East Street Horse Bazaar R.S. 32425 containing 14 acres 1 rood 8 poles, situated on the Alford Forest Road, about 5 miles from Ashburton, well fenced and in grass. Terms at sale. Sale at 12.30 BLAND & HUMPHERYS, 6+126 Auctioneers SATURDAY 24th MAY. if\ Draught MARES and -i^ J.U GELDINGS. J_U BLAND & HUMPHERY'S will sell by Public Auction at the East Street Horse Bazaar, on account of a Springburn client. 1 A Superior draught MARES 1 A 1U and GELDINGS. 1U These are a first-class line of Horses, and will be sold subject to a trial. Sale at 12 Noon. BLAND & HUMPHERY'S, +Sm, Auctioneers. "

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2435, 21 May 1890

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