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Piiblio Notices. L0.0.F. rp HE Loyal Ashburton Lodge of OddJL fellows 1.0.0.F.,M.U., will celebrate their Seventeenth Anniversary by a Tea and Social in the Oddfellows' Hall on FRIDAY, July 18th. Tea at 6 o'clock sharp. Refreshments provided at Social. Tickets : Tea and Social, 2s 6d ; Ladies, Social only, Is. R. MINNIS, 7|59 Secretary. FUNERAL NOTICE. •"THE Friends of the late Mrs S. Caldi--1 cott are respectfully informed that her Funeral will move from her late residence, Trevorton, on MONDAY, 14th July, for the Ashburton Cemetery at 2 o'clock. BAKER BROS., 7J68 Undertakers. W. T. Kingston, .VETERINARY SHOEING FORGE AND General Jobbing Smith Next Cookson's Stables) opposite the Railway Station. THE best accommodation for Horses and convenience possible for Customers. SHOEING. Draught Horses ..i ... ... 7s Hacks 6s To meet the heavy rise in the price of Iron, we have a large stock of Shoes made from scrap and old iron, which for wear it is well known cannot be beaten. Made on our own premises. GENERAL SMITH WORK OF ALL 7145 KINDS. ' ' , ' ' MONDAY 14th JULY. FRUIT TREES. FRUIT TREES. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr J. Thomas to Sell by Public Auction at the Nursery, North Belt, on Monday, 14th July, XO.OOO FRUIT TREES. Chiefly apples. Guaranteed true to name and free from blight. Luncheon provided. Sale at 12 noon. T. BULLOCK, 7 50 Auctioneer. GERALDINE LIVE STOCK MARKET. rHE next Sale at the Geraldine Yards will he held on WEDNESDAY, 23rd July, 1890, after which these sales will be held every fortnight. J. MUNDELL & CO., H. B. WEBSTER & CO., A. E. COX, E> 54 Auctioneers. MR D. THOMAS FRUIT, FOREST, AND ORNAMENTAL TREES. BULLOCK'S ARCADE. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Messrs Gordon Bros., of Anderson's Bay Nursery, Dunedin, to Sell by Public Auction at Bullock's Arcade on SATURDAY, JULY 19th, At 12 o'clock, QpT A Choice ROSE TREES. QAA GOOSEBERRY and CURZi\J\' RANTS. 1 P\fY FRUIT TREES, and a large J.-Ov/ quantity of Forest and Flowering Shrubs. D. THOMAS, 7*70 Auctioneer. Clearing Sale MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Mr Peter Innes (who has sold his farm) to Sell by Public Auction at his HOMESTEAD, WAK.ANUI, The whole of his Horses, Stock, Implements, etc., on WEDNESDAY, JULY 23rd, At 12 o'clock. HORSES. Bay Draught GELDING, Punch. Chestnut Draught GELDING, Bob. Chestnut Draught MARE, Jessie. Black MARE, quiet in saddle and harness. Black HACK, quiet in harness, CATTLE. COW, in full profit, COW, in calf. HEIFER, in calf. SHEEP. 1 QC\ Merino EWES, in lamb to X. O \J Bomifiant rams. |T Small PIGS. IMPLEMENTS. 2 Double-furrow PLOUGHS, by Duncan. 2 Single-furrow PLOUGH, by Blyth. 1 Sets HARROWS. 1 Set DISC HARROWS. 1 Cambridge ROLLER. 1 DRAY and FRAME. 1 TIP DRAY and FRAME, 1 Champion Grain DRILL and Grass Seed SOWER. 1 Massey REAPER and BINDER, nearly new. 1 HORSE POWER and CHAFFCUTTER. 1 WAGGONETTE, double seated. 1 Set Busgy HARNESS. Shaft; and LeadinrfEARNESS. 4 Sets Plough HATtNESS. Quantity MangolJs, Potatoes, Oats. Seconds Wheat, Dairy Plant, Furniture, of Flour. 1 Stack Oat Sheaves. Quantity Firewood Sale at 12 Noon. Luncheon provided. D. THOMAS, 7J71 Auctoneer. MILES AND CO. TINWALD'YARDS. MESSRS MILES AND CO. are instructed to Sell at the above Yards, on TUESDAY NEXT, 15th JULY, QRA 2-tooth |-bred EWES, in lamb to fIUV Lincoln Ram* 9AH 'H jred EWES, sound mouths, in «v" lamb to Lincoln Rams. QA EWES, -J-bred. JO 2nd Cross LAMBS. J. T. FORD, Auctioneer. ( GEORGE JAMESON, Agent. 7J61 Ashburton.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2465, 12 July 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2465, 12 July 1890

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