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SOUTH CANTERBURY REFRIGEBATING COMPANY, Ltd. THE Company is prepared to book space for the s.s. "Nairnshire" to sail in October next. Early application required. GEO. F. CLULEE. Secretary. ASHBURTON RACING CLUB. mENDERS wanted by WEDNESDAY J_ at 8 p.m. for keeping in order the j Training Course at Allenton. Particulars | at Racing Club Office, Commercial Hotel, TO-NIGHT from 7 to 9, and xOMORROW from 12 to 1 and 5 to 6 p.m. A^HBTOTOTCOUOTYHUNT CLUB. GrISS ™_ dress BiS FRIDAY, AUGUST Bth, 1890. Tickets—Double, 10s 6d ; Ladies, 2a 6d. Fleming's Band. E. J. FOOKS, Hon. Secretary. ASHBURTON CHORAL SOCIETY. A SPECIAL General Meeting of Members of the above Society is called for TUESDAY, sth August, at 8 p.m., in " School of Music," Saunders' Buildings. Business : To consider Rules, &c. H. J. MOSS. Hon. Sec. Persons desirous of becoming members, either honorary or performing, are requested to notify the Secretary, and attend this meeting. ____^ mENDERS Wanted at once to clear JL about Two Hundred Acres of Rushes. Tenders close on SATURDAY; 9th August. Apply to JOHN GRIGG, BtlO Eongbeach. ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. MOUNT HUTT RIDING. ! ...r » I HEREBY give notice in accordance with "The Counties' Act, 1886," and "The Regulation of Local Elections Acb, 1876," and the Acts amending the same, that an Election to fill an Extraordinary Vacancy in the Mount Hutt Riding, caused by the seat of Mr J. Jackson being vacant through absence, will be held at the Mount Hutt Road Board Office, Methven, on FRIDAY, August 22nd, 1890. Nominations in the prescribed form obtainable from the Returning Officer must be delivered or addressed to the Returning Officer at the Mount Hutt Road Board Office, Methven, before 12 noon on THURSDAY, 14th August, 1890.

By order, ■ F. ■ MAINWAKINO, Returning Officer. Ashburton, August 4th, 1890. "SATURDA^TUGUST 9Town Section 824, with Brick Cottages thereon. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to sell by Publ'c Auction at the Arcade on the above date, On Account and by Order of the Mortgagee. T.S. 824, containing J-acre, Cox Street, ■with Brick Cottages thereon. • This property must be sold. . Sale at 12 noon. T. BULLOCK, B§9 Auctioneer. ? ~ASHBURTON~YARDS; 7 TUESDAY, sth AUGUST, 1890. 3 SHALL have for salo at tho above fixture, — QC\ C\ Crossbred EWES in lamb. ' Q A A Crossbred EWES in lamb. OC\C\ Crossbred HOGGETS. I P\OO Cheviofc Merino EWES iii %J \J \J lamb to Leicester Rams. Also, — Fat and Store CATTLE. Fat and Store SHEEP. PIGS. D. THOMAS, B*2 Ashburton. | "XS HBURTON. ~ PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. Timber Business AND VALUABLE LEASEHOLD

PREMISES. For Sale by Public Auction in the latter end of the month of August, 1890. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Mb J. G. Restetx to Sell as above by Public Auction, His valuable Borough Lease for 13 years, upon which are erected comfortable offices, and all the shed room required for carrying on a large business. Tho Lease and Good Will of the Timber | Busines to be sold in one lot. A grand chance for an energetic man. 'D. THOMAS Auctioneer. *" """IN BANKRUPTCY? ~" TO FELLMONGERS AND OTHERS. D THOMAS has received instructions , from the Deputy Qiticial Assignee in the Insolvent Estate of C. Homersham, of Ashbtirton, Fellmonger, to Sell by Public Auction (on the ground) on WEDNESDAY, 13th AUGUST, 1890, At half-past two o'clock, p.m., The Equity of Redemption of R.S. 23096, containing 26 acres, more or less, upon which are erected all the Buildings that are necessary for the carrying on of a large and successful business. ALSO— Q Bales Slipe WOOL. -j O Bags Slipo WOOL. 100 Drying SHEETS--|-|pj New WOOLSACKS. A^ery Weighing Machine, Wheelbarrow, Casks, Sundries, &c, &c. ALSO— Q COWS. Terms at Sale. D. THOMAS. ~-___ ________

MR SAMUEL WRIGHT'S Property in tho far-famed Wakanui District, containing 1110 Acres Land, first-class ; plenty of water ; improvements cannot be beaten ; Crops very heavily, with great sheep carrying capacity. 300 Acres now in Wheat, 190 Acres in Oats. Terms ; Half Cash, balance at 5 per cent, for 3 or 5 years. | D. THOMAS, [ Ashburton,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2482, 4 August 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2482, 4 August 1890

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