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.-■ • Public Notices. Q(\ VOLUMES by various popular OU authors, just added to my Circulating Library. Quarterly subscription, 3s 6d.—H. M. Jones. ""notice. MEMBERS of the Ashburton Caledonian Society are reminded that the next Ingleside Meeting will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall on FRIDAY, July 25th, at 8 p.m. J. SEALY, 7*99 Secretary. "BTAKGEfcISTIO SERVICES V/y ILL be conducted in the "PRIMITIVE Ti/TETHODIST /HHURCH Next SUNDAY at 11, 3, and 6.30, and each evening during the week at 7.30. Gospel addresses will be given and sacred solos sung, by Mes Wright, of Wellington. . , „,•; 797 "TITIQR the Blood is the Life-Clark's world Jj' ' famed Blood Mixture, warranted to cleanse the blood from all impuritios from whatever causes arising. For scrofula scurvey, skin and blood diseases, and of all kinds its effects are marvellous. Thousands of testimonials. Sold ,ih bottles 45.6 d, and lls each by,chemist and patent medicine vendors everywhere Sole prbprietors!: The Lincoln and Mid land Counties Drug Co., Lincoln England I~S DEAFNE^S~INOTRABLE? J. H NicitblsoN; of ;170 William Street { Melbourne, has proved otherwise by making a complete cure of Deafness and Noises in the head of over Years' Standing by a simple remedy, and without th; use of any " clap-trap "so called electro : medication treatment. A full description of this remeay, which has cured thousands of other cases of long standing, will be sent FREE on application. •■ STEPHENS BROS MABKET HOUSE ; A RE desirous of inviting their Patrons _£jL and the public to purchase their , NEW TE A S just to hand, which are marvellous value. The Indian and Ceylons are simply Perfect, with a choice infusion of high class China; .i These TEAS will be sold pure in any size packages or in bulk according to the wants and" wishes of bur Customers; so that lovers of the cup that cheers and invigorates will be well repaid by giving usa call, when we will use every effort to give ' SATISFACTION. We would also add that we have still on hand a small supply of our PATENT DOUBLE REFINED KEROSENE, But as the demand is so increasing we would urge intending Purchasers to order Early. All Orders by Post will have prompt attention. Any Customers in Town waited upon if requested. All Orders delivered in Town or Suburbs. STEPHENS T3IIOS TEPH NS I3ROS, MARKET HOUSE, A S H B IT R T 0 N. VETERINARY SHOEING FORGE AND General Jobbing Smith Next Cookson's Stables} opposite, the Railway Station. rfIHE best accommodation for Horses I and convenience possible for Customers. SHOEING. Draught Horses 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 7t45 KINDS. MR D THOMAS! 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, WAKANUI, 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 har ness. Black HACK, quiet in harness. CATTLE. COW, in full profit. COW, in calf. HEIFER, in calf. SHEEP. "J Q A Merino EWES, in lamb to JLO^-' • Bonifiant rams. .". pv Smal 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 CHAFF CUTTER. 1 WAGGONETTE, double seated. 1 Set Buggy HARNESS. Shaft and Leading HARNESS. 4 Sets Plough HARNESS. Quantity Mangolds, Potatoes, Oats. Seconds Wheat, Dairy Plant, Furniture, |-ton of Flour. 1 Stack Oat Sheaves. Quant ty Firewood Sale at 12 Noon. Luncheon provided. «D. THOMAS, pl r Auctioneer* >

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2469, 19 July 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2469, 19 July 1890

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