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FIRST-CLASS AMERICAN ORGAN, NEW. AN Opportunity offers to obtain one of Cornish's celebrated American Organs on exceedingly favorable. terms. Height. 4;*} inches, Length 4(i inches, width 23 inches. Five Octaves, 14 .stops, £ octave couplers, and 2 knoo swells. Above can be supplied direct from the Manufactures at considerably less than usual price. Apply " Mail " and " Guardian" Oflice. 5 20 ASHBUim)2TCOUNTr COUNCIL? DESTRUCTION OF SMALL BIRDS. "VTOTICE is hereby given that the _i_N Council will pay 4s 2d per hundred for heads of full grown .small birds delivered hi the Council's ollice.s. The heads must be strung on wire or string in lots of 25 each in order to facilitate counting. By order, F. MALNWARING, Clerk. Ashburton, June 10th, 1890. o*so tITANTED BEFORE ;31st JULY, id fl'ft S P A R R O \V S lUjUviU S P A R R O W S ONE HALF-PENNY EACH, (In Strings of 25), At the County Council Ofiicc. Can be readily secured by using BROOKE'S POISONED WHEAT, Whilst Ploughing. Sold in 101b Bags 3s each. Spreydon, 14th June, 1890. MR C. M. BROOKE, Deah Sir, —Please forward to Addington Station for the Halswell Road Board, eight bushels of Poisoned Wheat. Also for the Spreydon Road Board, four bushels of same. The Poisoned Wheat obtained from you last season gave complete satisfaction. Yours Faithfully, C. W. COMER, Clerk. John 6. Restell, GEInERAL MERCHANT WE&T STREET, ASHBURTON HAS now in Stock, and is prepared to sell at Lowest Current Rates, — Building Material of all descriptions, consisting of— Red and White PINES Boards and Scantlings, Black PINE, TOTARA, , KAURI Shelvings, Lining and Flooring. YD.L. Timber for Bridge Work, also for Hurdle and Gate-making. sft and 6ft PALINGS. Galvanised IRON, Lysaght's Orb, the best Iron manufactured, CEMENT, LIME, etc., WIRE, Barbed and Plain, and Fencing Staples, Posts, Stakes, Strainers G O~AL . Best NEWCASTLE COALBROOICDALE, And MOUNT SOMERS. Horse Feed—OATS, whole OATS, crushed Oaten Sheaf CHAFF Bran, etc. Also, — Sharps for Pig Feed, and a quantity of Barley, whole or crushed. STATION AND FARM STORES Consisting of Sugar, Candles, and Groceries, in who c sale lots, and the Celebrated CEYLON AND INDIAN TEA In its imported afato Not Blended MR D. THOMAS^ Greenstreet^ Ashburton UNDER BILL OF SALE. MR D. THOMAS in conjunction with MESSRS BLAND and HUMPHERYS, have received instructions from the Holders of Bill of Sale, to Sell by Public Auction, on; Monday, 23rd June, 1890 The whole of the Live and Dead Stock, Machinery, Implements, &c.,. &c, the Property of Messes W. and J. W. Sutherland, of Greenstreet, Farmers and Contractors, as follows, viz :— 8 Horse Power Traction Engine, by Burrell. j Combine, by Foster. \ Set Elevators, by J. Anderson. I Portable Engine, by Foster 1 Combine, by Clayton and Shuttleworth, nearly new. I Set Elevators, by J. Anderson n Sets Harrows. 0 Massey Reapers and Binders (new) 0 McCormick Reapers and Binders A Champion do 0 Sydney Drays R Drays and Frames k Tip Cart. 2 Sets disc Harrows; 2 Cambridge Rollers ; 1 do do, new. Q Portable Whares (new) ; Portable Li Wharo do do. Pile Driver and Monkey ; 7 Road Scoops ; i> T).F. Plouyhs. S.F. Plough; 2 Drills; 1 Grass Seed Sower ; 20 Sets Harness. IP Horse Covers; Spring Cart; Dog U Cart; Set Trap Harness. Blacksmiths' Tools complete, and a. very large quantity of Sundries. ALSO,--QA Draught HORSES, ;>, very superior fIU lot. 7 HACKS and Light Harness' I UORSKS. 0 COWS, Ac, &c. No Reserve. Sale on the Premies at 11 o'clock sharp. D. THOMAS. 1 Joint BLAND & IIUMPHERYS. J Agents. The Auctioneers would beg to draw especial attention to the superior closs of stock, and the excellent order and condition of the plant. 6*72

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2443, 17 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2443, 17 June 1890

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