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ANNOUNCEMENTS OST—In Ashburjbon on Saturday nifHt, one Silver Masonic Oharm. Finder rewarded on returning same to Wuhelm Zander, Tobacconist. 6 TUESDAY, 24th JUNB, 1890. ASHBURTON YARDS. 20 STORE PIGS. BLAND AND HUMPHERYS have received instructions from a Client to sell by Public Auction at the above place w jA STORE PIGS CM V £\J store pigs Zi\J BLAND & HUMPHERYS, 6*IJJJ Auctioneers. THURSD"AYr26TH JUNE. ODDFELLOWS' HALL. GRAND CONCERT OF HIGH CLASS MUSIC. Mr Richard Wood, Violin; Miss Simnionds, Violin ; Mr Charles Wood, Viola ; Mr Ellis Wood, 'Cello ; Mr Henry Wood, Double Bass; Mr George Hoskins, Cornet; Mr George Jameson, Flute; Mr Alfred Harrison, Tympani; Miss EttieWood, Soprano Vocalist; Miss Lack, Soprano and Piano ; Mr Flower, Tenor ; Mr Milsom, Tenor. Mr. H. A. Gates, Conductor. String Quintette Party. PROGRAMME.—Part First. 1. Overture —" Light Cavalry " — Buppe — Band. 2. Tenor Song. 3. Violoncello Solo — "Souvenir D'lrlande "—Mr Ellis Wood. 4 Waltz Song—"Beauty Sleep"— Arditti —Miss Lack. 5. Viola Solo—" Nocturne " — Kalliwoda —Mr Charles Wood. 6. Duet—" Sainted Mother"— Wallace— . . Miss Lack And Miss Wood. 7. Quartette—Haydn's Op. 76, No. 3— Two Violins, Viola, and 'Cello— Messrs R., G., and H. Wood and • Miss Simmonds. 8. Song—"Forget and Forgive"~Wellings—With 'cello obbligato. 9. Minuet— Boccherini —String and Piano Part Second. 1. Overture—"Le Collier d'Or"~- Her' man —Band. 2. Tenor Song—"There is a Flower that Bloometh "— Wallace— Mr H. G. Flower. 3. Quintette —Scherzo, Andantino, and • Allegro— Schubert —Miss Lack, and Messrs R., C, E., and H. Wood. 4. Song—" Close to the Threshold," with violin obbligato—Miss Wood, and Mr R, Wood. , 5. Trio—Hummel, Op. 12—Piano, Violin and 'Cello—Miss Lack, and Messrs R. and E. Wood. 6. Song—"Oh had I Jubal's Lyre"— Handel —Miss Lack. 7. Trio — Bernier — Piano, 'Cello, and Contre Bass. 8. Violin Solo—"Reverie"— Vieuxtemps —Mr R. Wood. 9. Polka—" Holly Bush "—P. Godfrey— Band. Tickets—3s, 2s, Is. Doors open at 7.30. Concert at 8. Carriages at 10. Box Plan at Mr W. Zander's, Tobacconist. ' 6 102 WANTED KKOWis WANTED Known—A trunk of Ladies Boots, assorted, will be sold this week at 3s 6d per pair.— ANDREW ORR. "\ TT ANTED Knovm—J ust opened new W Jackets, Dolmans, Furs, Gloves, Corsets, Embroiderd robes, Umbrellas Etc., at ANDREW ORR'S. WANTED Known—A great Bargain in Berlin Wools, all colors, »% 3b per lb, slightly soiIed.—ANDREW ORR • FOR WEDDING Outfits, Family Mourning, and General DRAPERY go to ANDREW ORR'S. "VTEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION.— IN ANDREW ORR is showing exactly the same Goods in Roslyn Worsted Dress Tweeds, as exhibited ai the Exhi bition, also Blankets and Flannel*. HA A PAIRS of BLANKETS »t £l\J\J Old Prices, contracted for when wool was Cheap.—A. ORR. i f\ A EMBROIDERED ROBES Jy\j Select from at ANDREW ORR'S No two of fche same pattern. WESTEKPIELD. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from C. G. Hxwdon, Esq., to Sell by Public Auction at Westerfield (in consequence of having disposed of a large portion of the Estate), on . WEDNESDAY, JUNE S3 1890. The Undermentioned LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. IMPLEMENTS AND SUNDRIES. 1 Set disc HARROWS. * 2 Sets Tripod HARROWS. 2 Cambridge ROLLERS. 2 Sets Chain HARROWS. 2 DRAYS and FRAMES. 2 Broad-cast SEEDSOWERS. 1 Single PLOUGH and Swingle-tree* 2 SCOOPS. Small House on wheels. 1 Iron TANK. 1 Yankee OVEN, &c., &C 2 Sets Shaft HARNESS. 2 Sets Leading HARNESS. DAIRY UTENSILS. H 0 R~"~S E S. 1 Draught MARE, Nugget. 1 Draught MARE, Blossom. 1 Draught MARE, Jess, in foal. 1 Draught GELDING, Farmer. 1 Draught FILLY Foal. 3 Hack FILLIES Foals. 1 Hack and Harness MARE, in foal. CATTLE. 1 Jersey BULL. 2 |-bred Jersey Springing HEIFERS 1 |-bred Jersey Springing HEIFER. 6 |-bred Jersey COWS, ia milk and j in calf. 4 S.HORT HORNS. 1 Dry HEIFER. 13 Fat BULLOCKS. 4 i-bred Jersey HEIFERS, 1 and 2 years old. 3 | bred Jersey HEIFERS, 1 and 2 years old. 3 \ bred Jersey CALVES. Safe at 12 o clock. Luncheon Provided. D. THOMAS, JJIO3 Auctioneer.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2448, 23 June 1890

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