.TO-MORROW TTVURNITURE and Effects, Clothing, JD Barber's Stock, Miscellaneous Goods at the Arcade, at 12.30. T. BULLOCK, 7J131 neer MpGWN SECTIONS—66, 68, 70, Moore .1 Street; 63, Kermode Street; 369, 370, 371, Dobson Street; 387, Corner South and Cass Streets. The above Sections will he Sold by Auction on SATURDAY, JULY 26th. T. BULLOCK, 7t65 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, JULY 26th. fpOWN Sections 240, corner of Kermode I and William Streets; 249, corner of Kermode Street and East Belt; 248 adjoining ; 698, Cameron Street, next to Reid and Gray's. CHERTSEY TOWNSHIP. LOTS 52, 54, 72, 74, 76, 78, 80, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, J2, 141, 143, 145. 113 > RAKAIA.—T.S. 296. I have received instructions to sell by Auction the above named Sections on SATURDAY, July 26th, at noon. T. BULLOCK, 7§62 Auctioneer. GREAT SALE VALUABLE FUR S THURSDAY, 31st JULY. 2 o'clock sharp.' MR ALFRED~HARRISON has received instructions from the Consignee, to Sell by Public Auction at his rooms.— A shipment of new and beautiful FURS, j Consisting of Modias and Victorias, j etei, of the very latest styles— Real Skins, properly prepared, thoroughly moth proof ; also Dreas Goods," Ulsters, Skirts, and a variety of other useful goods. This sale should attract special attention, and ladies are invited to call and inspect the Goods on the morning of aale, and secure bargains such as they never, before had, my instructions being to ses absolutely. ALFRED HARRISON, 135 Auctioneer. ■"YTOTICE is hereby given that all JJN BOROUGH RATtfS now due, must be paid before the 4th August prox. Rates remaining unpaid after that date will be sued for without further notice. By order, CHAS. E. FOOKS, Town Clerk. Borough Council Offices, Ashburton, July 23rd, 1890. 7 134 TINWALD COAL anITfIREWOOD DEPOT. JA f^LOTHIER begs to inti- • ./A.* \J mate that he has opened a retail produce store at Tinwald, and has for sale—Flour, Bran, Sharps, Chickwheat, Feed Oats, Oaten Sheaf, and Straw Chaff, Potatoes, etc. , Also Prime Household COALS, AT ASHBURTON PRICES. TW_ 19th July, 1890. TO. DR. KUREEM BUX. (Indian Doctor). SIR,— I am pleased to be able to state that the Lumbago, from which I have been suffering for .six years, has been perfectly cured m two weeks by your treatment. Yours Truly, C RYEL, Ashburton. Dr Ivubkkm iiux can be Consulted at Mr Thomas Birch's, Corner of Park and Wills Street. Hours—lo to 12 a.m., and 2 to"6 p.m., Saturdays till 10 p.m. ALTERATION OF DATE FRUIT, FOREST, and ORNAMENTAL TREES BULLOCK'S ARCADE. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Messes Gordon Bros., of Anderson's Bay Nursery, Dunedin, to Sell by Public Auction at Bullock's Arcade, on SATURDAY, JULY 26th, At 12 o'clock, OK A choice ROSE TREES. OAA GOOSEBERRY and CUR£I\J\J RANTS. -| pT f\ FRUIT TREES, and a large 1 O\J quantity of Forest and Flowering Shrubs. D. THOMAS, 7*124 Auctioneer. STEPHENS BROS?. MABKET HOUSE ARE desirous of inviting their Patrons and the Public to purchase their NEW TEAS just to hand, which are marvellous value. The Indian and Ceylons are simply perfect with a choice infusion of high-class China. These TEAS will be sold pure m any size packages or m bulk according to the wants and wishes of our Customers ; so that lovers of the cup that cheers and invigorates will be well repaid by giving us a call, when we will use every effort to give S A T I S P A ■ C T I O N 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 m Town waited upon if requested. All Orders delivered m Town or Suburbs. 8T E PHE N S T)ROS T E P H ENS JLJ R O S MARKET HOUSE, ASHBURTO IST.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2472, 23 July 1890
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