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MILNEk & THOMPSON GREAT PATENT TUNING DEVICE •BY WHJCH TUNE A*T EI IS THE BEST PATENT EVER DISCVERED FOR PIANOS, AND WILL LAST ;.' 200 YEARS. A SPECIAL First Award has just been given to the Firm by the Jurors at th Dunedm Exhibition, — J A L SI O— A First Award for Giand Pianos 1] A First Award for Cottage Pianos Or Three First Awards being the highest possible distinction that could be gained The Prices of our Two Models as exhibited at the Exhibition are respectively & 3 Er I ce T e&% bufc yevc h*™. PlT sT lr^ Frames from £30 ' anyof whi°h can b purohased on Two Years Hire Purchase System, &c. ■ 11 M. eJONES ■ : f : ; ... . AGENT. i, ; — ■■ rj

> HERCULES BAKING POWDER 8 j . ■•»!■ x IS THE BEST. rnHOSE who have not tried it, should , ask their Grocer for it. Makes splen did Bread Cakes, Scones, Pastry, <kc. Sold n 4oz. , (( «ud lOoz. tins. "~^NOTic¥"TO~ADVERTISERSr"" OWING to the earlier hour at which it is now necessary to go to press, Advertisements to be m time for the FIRST EDITION of the •« Guardian," must be delivered at the Office not later than 2 p.m. REPLACE Advertisements cannot be guaranteed: insertion, unless sent m on one day jjrevious to that on which they are intended to appear BLAND AND HUMPHERYS. ELAND AMD HDiPHERYS Hold V7eeky Sales of HORSES, PIGS, CATTLE, PRODUCE' FURNITURE, &o. EVERY SATURDAY LIVE STOCK SALES Every Tuesday at Tinwald and Ashburt Yards alternately CLEARING SALES TOWN AND COUNTRY ( According to arrangement —We have for Sale Privately--0 REAPERS AND BINDERS 1 Crosskill ROLLER, GRASS STRIPPERS WE are instructed by Mr L. Markey to Sell by Private Treaty, the balance of his Thorough-Bred Horses, m eluding a number of Brood Mares, Colt and Fillies by " Johnny Faulkner. ' BLAND & HUMPHERYS. FOR SALE. 3H.P. Engine, Chaff-cutter, 12-inch mouth-piece with Riddle and Elevators m perfect working order. BLAND & HUMPHERYS. WE have placed m our hands for Private Sale, A Compact little Farm of 200 Acres, situated three miles from Town. It is sub-divided into several Paddocks, and laid down to English grasses, with plenty of Water. The Buildings consist of a Comfortable 5-roomed House and 4-stalled Stable. Also,--FOR SALE PRIVATELY— AQ(~\ ACRES ac Maheno, m the O\J Otepopo district, well fenced and divided into 8 paddocks, with a well built 11-roomed House, 0-stallcd Stable, Coach House, Cow Shed, Sheep Yards, 4-roomed Cottage, Blacksmith Shop thereon. All m good order and condition. The Farm has been well worked. The half is m English grass and the balance m stubble and turnips This property is within a mile and a half from the Maheno Railway Station, and is well watered. Price Low and Terms Easy. AlsO O A f\ ACRES four miles from th &*i U Hinds ; Virgin Soil, at a Very Low Price. BLAND & HUMPHEHYS. We have bee appointed Agents for JOHNSON and Co s ARTIFICIAL MANURE WE HAVE ON HAND TONS Sample and Particulars of which can b had on application., , BLAND and HUMPHERYS A CTIOKEE

; TO^THEILADIESS j ' .OF ASHBUJRTON. MISSES MORRISON AND H(3LLOWAY. Dress and Mantle Makers, Tancred Street, '■ '■ Ashburton. ? f 115 CHERTSEY SHEEP DIP. FARMERS OF THE CHERTSEY DISTRICT, I Have much pleasure m stating that my tender for the CHERTSEY DIP lias been accepted, and that I will use MURTON AND WHITE'S PREMIER DIP through but the season , My man will be at the Chertsey Saleyards every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and | RIDAY, dining the Season commencing MARCH 19th, from 8 o'clock till 4. Prices for Dipping Id per head tiil 14t • ril, l£d to 14th May. i_ I would strongly advise Farmers to Dip Early. Instructions can be left with A McDowell, Chertse . D THOMAS, ; Ashburton rpHE UNDERSIGNED havin secured 1 a large block of Good Bush Land at Alford Forest, are now prepared to supply Farmers, Contractors and others with any quantity of fencing materials, yiz : Heart Posts, Heart Stakes, Sheepyard Rails, Straining Posts, and also Firewood. Delivery can be had at a very convenient place, or Orders may be sent by rail from Springburn Railway Station. GREEN BROS., >4-173 Springburn Post Office ASHBURTON HIGH SCHOOL. Established 1881, TDUPILS of both sexes are taught the _L elements of a liberal education. Special subjects of study may be pursued where circumstances require a departure from the ordinary school course. Head Master . Mr J. E. Buchanan. Ist 8.A., (London), per term Fee for pupils over 1.2 years of age £3 3 0 Fee for pupils under 12 years of as;r 2 2 0 Music (eytra) „ 110 The School year is divided into three Terirs All fees are payable m advance. MAIN AID PIELB PIPES. A LARGE supply of various SIZE always n STOCK for SALE m large or small quantities. SPECIAL quotations given for large quantities. GEORGE JAMESON, ASHBURTON & RAKAIA JOHN 1/fOISON OH N jyJi OIS 0 N HAS NOW REMOVED to the TOWN HALL BUILDINGS nd having had considerable Alterations made, the premises are now Complete for is busin ess. STOCK is large and season able and for sale at his usual Low R tes g~if Repaikh PKOMPii,y Attended To JOHN MOISON" TTrANTED BEFORE 31st JULY Ml (10(1 SPARROWS IU,UUU s P ARROWS ONE HALF-PENNY EACH, Xl'n Strings of 25), At the County Council Office. Can be readily secured by using BROOKE'S POISONED WHEAT Whilst Ploughing. Sold m 101 b Bags 3s each. Spreydon, 14th June, 1890, MR C. M. BROOKE, Dear Sir, —Please forward to Add ngton Station for the Halswell Road Board, eight bushe of Poisoned Wheat Also for the Spreydon Road Board, four bushels of same. The Poisoned Wheat obained from you la°t season gave complete satisfaction. Yours Faithfully C, W. COMER i Clerk

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2488, 11 August 1890

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