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oo pv /^\ r *en<* °n appr°ve^ i 9i> £A tj v_y v y freehold security. JOHN C. CORR, Barrister & Solicitor Burnett Sb Ashburton. GOSPEL MISSION ~ /CONDUCTED by Mks Bahtertz, \j Evangelist, commencing June Ist, Oddfellows' Hall. Afternoon Service at 3 p.m., evening 6.30 p.m. Every evening during the week, commencing at 7.30 p.m, All are invited, especially those who do not attend any place of worship regularly. 5J187 ' KINK DX PARIS. rpHE Rink will be open TO-NIGHT _1_ (Tuesday). Special arrangements made for private Clubs. BRASS BAND specially engaged for the season. R. ELSTON, 5 159 Manager. F FLAVALL ENGINEER AND MACHINISI, Ashburton. STEAM Engines and Boilers repaired, Threshing Machines overhauled Latest Improvements fitted into old machines. Numerous testimonials on application. Shop-Acland and Campbell's Old Auction Rooms. sslßß

C. M BROOKE, PRESCRIBES FOR LA GR'PPF, COUGHS, COLDS, And other Common Ailments. AND in future will be in personal attendance at "The Dispensary" from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and from 7 to 8 p.m. Sundays—Afternoon, 2 to 3; Evening, 7 to 8.30. The Ashburton Doctors prescriptions accurately dispensed by C. M. BROOKE. TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED. A Large Stock of the best COD LIVER OIL, CHEST PROTECTORS, and other Requisites for the season. Orders by Post promptly attended to. C. M. BROOKE THE DISPENSARY, BAST STREET, ASHBURTON RURAL LAND. CANTERBURY LAND DISTRICT. mH E under-mentioned CROWN X LANDS will be open for SALE or SELECTION, in terms of Sections 3 to 11 of the Land Act Amendment Act, 1887, either for Cash or Deferred Payments, or on Perpetual Lease, at the option of the Selector, on the dates mentioned below. TUESDAY, JUNE 24th, 1890. 9R QOpT ACRES IN BLOCKS ' 5 TO 1900 ACRES At Cash Prices, from 10s to 30s per Acre, Situated on the FOUR PEAKS and WAITOHI RUNS, known as the Waitohi Hills, near Geraldine. Nearly all the Land consists of well grassed hills, capable of wintering stock. It has been subdivided in suitable sized Blocks, and the sub-division lines have been marked on the ground by trenches and lines cut through the grass, and the Land has been valued according to its quality and position. The Land put up as unsurveyed has not been marked on the ground, but the position of the Land is easily determined by existing fences or formed roads. TUESDAY, JULY Ist, 1890. TK/1 O ACRES IN BLOCKS |O4t^ from 3 ACRES UPWARDS At Cash Prices, Ranging from 15s to 40s per Acre, ~ Situated on HESLERTON, and on Mr Hurst's Run on the north side of the Rakaia River. The whole of it is light, stony, riverbed Land, fairly grassed, giving a good deal of early feed in the spring, and in the autumn and winter, but dry in the summer months. It is fairly well watered by the County Water Races as shown on the plans. Applications for surveyed land made on i the same day shall be decided by lot, but' priority of application on the same day for unsurveyed land shall determine the right thereto. Agents must attach to their application a written authorisation to act. Printed forms of authorisation, or the declaration required, can be had on application at the Land Offices, Christchurch orTimaru. Lithographs will be sent by post to any person applying for the same. Applications to be made at the Land Offices, Christchurch and Timaru, where full particulars, forms, etc., can be obtained. JOHN H. BAKER, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Crown Lands Office, Christchurch, May 17th, 1890. 518

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2435, 27 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2435, 27 May 1890

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