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Publio Notices. NOTE paper and envelopes in boxes, cream laid and tinted, invitation [ and correspondence cards, account, letter I and memorandum books.—ll. M. Jones. ■ j C Thornton Dudley, ; LAND, ESTATE AND STOCK AGENT 1 161 Hereford Street, Christchurch I have sums of money to lend on good '. security at low rate of interest. Several i Farms for Sale. SONS OF TEMPERANCE. ~T ODGE will NOT be held on Monday I J Evening being a Public Holiday. By Order, W.P. 5H72 ASHBURTON HIGH SCHOOL. 2>-d Term, 1890. "DUPILS willre-assembleon MONDAY JL NEXT, the 26th instant, at the usual hour. 5*137 JOHN EDGAR BUCHANAN. -O O KC\ f^\ To lend on a PPro ™d &JjuO \J V ) freehold security. • JOHN C. CORR, Barrister & Solicitor Bi;M3r,fc^ VVilurt') 1!. , ■ PORTRAITS OF BISHOP JULIUS." HIS Lordship the Bishop. of Christchurch having favored Messrs Wheelku and Son with a sitting, CAPITAL PORTRAITS, cabinet size, can bo had Is each. ', Also excellent Cabinets Bishop Harper Is each. The Trade wholesale prices. E. WHEELER & SON, Cathedral Studio, 5§170 Cathedral Square, Christchurch. LOWCLIFF ESTATE. rpENDERS arc invited for deepening X.- 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.

INSPECTION PARADE. fT'IIE next Government Inspection ' I Parade (daylight) will be held at] the Drillshed on MONDAY, May 26th, at 10 a.m. Review order. Clause 47 will be strict!v enforced. W. E. DOLMAN, 5 178 Captain Commanding. N OTIC E. 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 30i.h, at 8 p.m. As the Directorate have received the hearty support of a number of additional Singers, the Inglesidcs of the present season should prove very enjoyable to the Members and their Families. J. SEALY, 5*140 Secretary. ASHBURTON YARDS. MESSRS MILES AND CO. aro instructed to offer at the above Yards on TUESDAY, 27th MAY. -,[ C) (~\f\ Merino Wethers, in good Jl_ \J\) condition, fit for turnips. OK(\ Merino Wethers A f\ C\ Merino Ewes, sound mouths. J. T. FORD, Auctioneer. 5 174 OEO. JAMESON, Agent. THURSDAY, otu JUNE. AT RA.KAIA. BLAND AND HUMPHERYS have received instructions from Mit W. J. Walsh to Sell by Public Auction, at Rakaia, on the above date, — LOTS 21 and 22, Rakaia Village Settlement, containing 10 Acres, on which arc erected a 3-roornod Cottage and Outbuildings. The Land is of first-class quality, fcr.ced, and in English grass. Terms at Sale. Sale at 12 o'clock. BLAND & HUMPHERYS, ~> 117 Auctioneers. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS nplIE LYTTELTON HARBOUR J. BOARD give notice to farmers and others who have been in the habit of storing with them, that the Harbour Board's Stores in Lyttelton ARE NOW FULL. Due notice will be given by advertisement when they have further storage space. By order, C. HOOD-WILLIAMS, Secretary and Treasurer, Lytfcclton Harbour Board. Harbour Board Ofiiccs, Lyttelton. 21st May, 1890. 5§152 NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. DAY EXCURSION TO TIMARU. EXCURSION FARES TO DUNEDIN FOR RACES. ON the 26th May an Excursion Train will run from Christchurch to Timaru and buck, taking passengers from Ashburton (at 10.20 a.m.,) at return faros of 6s 6d first class, 4s 6d second. The return train will leave Timaru at 5.30 p.iii. Excursionists may alight at Temuka, and return at 5.55 p.m. Tickets at the above fares will be available by the Excursion train only. Excursion Tickets to Dunedin will be issued at Rakaia at 36s first class : 25s second ; Ashburton 32s first class, 22s (id second, on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th May ; and Saturday return tickets from any station to any station from, tho 22nd to 26th May; all available for return till the 31st 5*132 3Y ORDER. WAKANUI RIVER DISTRICT. TPEIS is to certify that the following I Special Order was passed..by the Board of tho Wakanui River District at a special meeting, held on Saturday, May 24th, 1890. THOMAS CLEPHANE, ■ Chairman. SPECIAL ORDER. -;

' * f p|HAT a General Rate for the year _|_ ending with the 31st day of March, 1891, be made and levied oh all rateable properties in the Wakanui River Djsfeqct. on a graduated scale and in the manner following, that is to say, on all properties included in the first 1 class Jths of a penny in the £, on all properties in? eluded iv the second class #fcha. of a penny in the £, on all properties included in the third class 3-l6ths of a penny in the £, the said Rate to be paid in ONE SUM on the 3Jst MAY, 1890, to Messrs Fooes and Son, at the Wakanui Road Board Offices, Moore Street, Ashbuitoju SXW

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 24 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 24 May 1890

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