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At the conclusion of the " Little Lord I Fauntleroy" season in Dunedin, Bishop I Nevill, who was present, during the interval addressed a few remarks to the aiidience upon the merits of the play. A Glasgow paper says: —" Our city never got so drunk—so dreadfully, dirtily, degradlngly drunk—as she has done this New Year; and to those that had. been sober to see it, the spectacle of reeling thousands affords an awful example and a never-to-- [ be-forgotten warning." ' The services conducted by Mrs Baeyertz in the Oddfellows' Hall yesterday were I largely attended, more especially in the evening. At the afternoon service • she spoke in a very searching and practical manner to Christians on the raising of Lazarus from the dead, and in the evening delivered an earnest and impressive Gospel address from the story of Cain and Abel. Much new I light was thrown on this subject, and it was forcibly and clearly shown that - here was poiirtrayed the doctrine of substitutionafyatonemeflt. Mrs Baeyertz will hold services'" each day this week from 3 to 3.45 p.m. and deliver addresses on personal holiness. Tonight the service will commence at 7.30 p.m. when'she will give some account of her, conversion from the Jewish faith. "■ THURSDAY, sth JUNK AT RA.KAIA. i BLAJTC) AND HUMPHERYS have received instructions from Mr ! W. J. Walsh to Sell by Public Auction, at Rakaia, on the above date, — LOTS 21 and 22, Rakaia'Village Settle- | - ment, , containing 10 Acres, on • which ', are. erected ;a „ 3-roomed Cottage and Outbuildings. j The Land is of' first r class quality, fenced, and in English grass: ; Terms at Sale. ' ' . Sale at 12 o'clock. BLAND & HUMPHERYS, • 117 Auctioneers. THUKSDAY sth JUNE. IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE ! op , ; l .1 f7AA CROgSBRED SHEEP. SUPERIOR DRAUGHT ENTIRES, 21 HORSES, CATTLE, PIGS, AND FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc., Etc. ' BLAND & HUMPHERYS have received instructions from Mr Thomas Langley, in consequence of his giving up cropping and contracting, to sell by Public Auction at his HOMESTEAD, DROMORE, On the above date, the whole of his Live Stock, Farm Implements, etc., etc., , Comprising— 260 2-tooth Crossbreds, in good condition 450 First Cross Lambs. The far famed ■ Entire Horse CONQUEROR by Lord Salisbury, dam Scotch Annie. Also, The pure bred Clydesdale Entire ATHELSTANE by Lord Salisbury, dam Nellie Ivanhoe., His stock are turning out the most successful in the Southern Provinces' Show Rings. " , 8 Di. iiVii A|-; ( . and Geldings, including r->l.n WALLACE and other Superior Brood Mares. 7 Draught Colts, Fillies and Foals.' ' 1 Boy's Pony—a bea.uty. 10 Fat Pigs, 3 Dairy Cows, 2 Springing Heifers, . 40 Acres Turnips near Ashburton Saleyards. , 25 Acres Turnips at Dromore Station. 1 Stack Oaten Sheaves, about 30 Tons. 10 Tons Chaff in bags. 3 Farm Drays and Frames, 1 Tip Cart, Portable Hut. 1 Three-furrow Plough, 1 Single-furrow Plough, 1 Set 20ft Harrows, 1 Drill. Chaff Cutter and Horse Power, Corn Crusher, 3 Reapers and Binders, Cambridge Roller with Canisters, Scoops, 1 Grass Stripper, and a large quantity of useful sundries. The Auctioneers have much pleasure in drawing the attention of the public to this sale,. as many of the Horses are of a very high class, and the Implements are all in good order. Luncheon provided. Terms at Sale. Sale at 12 noon. BLAND & HUMPHERYS, 5|157 Auctioneers. ASHBURTON COURSING CLTJB. "VT OMINATIONS close at the Somerl.\ set Hotel, on TUESDAY, 3rd inst. at 9 p.m. Meet at Winter's corner on WEDNESDAY morning at 9.30. J.. PURCHASE, 6 3 ■■ Hon. Secretary. TENDERS.. ~~~ r ~ ARE ivited for making two fords on Poplar road below Lowclifle Homestead. Specifications may bo seen at "Guardian" office, Ashburton, E. H. DOBSON. . Chairman, Coklstream Road Board. •• 6 2 ASHBURTON HIGH SCHOOL. Established 1881. "TT)UPIL of both sexes are taugh the J _L elements of a liberal educttion. | Special subjects of study may be pursued where circumstances require a departure from the ordinary school course. Head Master : Mr J. E. Buchanan. Ist 8.A., (London), per term ; Fee for pupils over 12 years of age £3 3 0 Fee for pupils under 12 years of tvyo 2 9 0 Music (extra) 1 1 0 The School year is divided into three terms. All fees are payable in advance. Should Co-nsull fA« j&"\& <23' WfaH-kfiown end euc- x^ffj|| |fl' BFEQIAUBZ. ' i mb Okbdniq Oouruini. | f*^fe>"~' anzs; conswtatios?,, $? S£ Hlndtr* St W., tf«tto'/mi4. r^ TjIAWCIT T^VODDS SURGEON DENTIST, • Address : —Court Chambers, above Mr H. M. Jones, Stationer, East Street. Private Residence, Havelock Street, • J#pposite PresbyterianJlChurah . . . j —■ LOKGBRAO It. LON^BSAOh. Ri.yitl M?,\i Ccwi.----lt-avt-s L/iigboiich Jot Aohi!Dtt> d(San.l. yj i-xosp'.cd) *t 7-30 a.m.,' Walton 811 a to.| AaMon 8,15 a.m., Wf-eat-atona 8;30 u.tu , arriving in Ashbartun n tlaij foi* thj jSo»tf' or Tr&'.m , Tho cAffih Jij^vco the Poet Offico ishbuctoo, « 4 p,rr. , striving st Loatboßch 630 p,in. Pur.jtisor o?do^8 'ail at Rry of thj above. pUcuf will recfl'.vo v riot nttantior). F,wts— S:t gle far I.a U$ Cd. tainrj 5i . , . . :■ ; "■■■x- . .•' ■ -''. C. W«8B, CotthlQM

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2430, 2 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2430, 2 June 1890