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UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. GORSE NOTICE. OWNERS and Occupiers of Properties fronting Roads allowing Gorso to grow thereon, are requested to have the .same stubbed and removed, otherwise the Board will do it at owners, or occupiers, expense. ■ ■- ; v '-; ■'-' ■■ By Order JOHN DAVIDSON, 8*194 Clerk. UNION"- STE^MSHIP COMPANY, (LIMITED). NOTICE WANTED —Men to work cargo on Wharf at Lyttelton. Steady employment guaranteed to good men for six or twelve months.—Apply GEO. JAMESON, 8 193.' •■ . Ageiitj Ashburton.

OWING to the continued rise m the price of Beef, for which we have to pay CASH, we are compelled to. charge on and after Ist Sep. the following prices for CASH until further notice :—BEEF : Sirloins 6d, first-cut Ribs s|d, second-cut do. 4|d, other cuts 2£d t6 4d, Rump Steak 7d, Beef Steak 6d, Corn Round Beef 5d to 6d, Brisket of Beef 3d to 3|d. All Beef Suet to be charged for at 6d per lb, mutton do. 3d. Ten per cent will be charged on accounts not paid on or before the 14th of the month. James Smith James Tasker W. H. Rule Thos. Revell E. J. Cox Sam. Burnard G. Worner G. James 8|196 "VTOTICE is hereby given that the lAi partnership .hitherto existing between JOHN ROBERT BLAND" and WILLIAM DAVY HUMPHERYS, trading m co-partnership at Ashburton as Auctioneers, Land, Estate, and Commission Agents, has been dissolved by mutual consent as from the fifteenth day of August, 1890. Mr J. G. Resteix, of Ashburton, is entitled to receive all moneys owing to the late firm, and will discharge, pro rat r/, all liabilities due by the late firm, the estate having been assigned to him. Dated this twenty-eight clay of August, 1890. JOHN R. BLAND. W. D. HUMPHERYS. Witness to both signatures : Edwd. G. Crisp, 4 182 Solicitor, Ashburton. HAMPSTEAD TOWN DISTRICtT^ BIENNIAL ELECTION. "VTDTICE is hereby giVen that m I\| accordance with the "Town Districts Act, 1881," and the " Regulation of Local Elections Act, 1876 " and amendments of the said Acts, an ELECTION of FIVE PERSONS to serve as Commissioners on the Hampstead Town Board will be held as under :— NOMINATIONS m the prescribed form (blank forms obtainable from the Returning Officer, Ashburton, or at the Board's Office, Hampstead) must be delivered to the Returning Officer or addressed to him and delivered at the Hampstead Town Board Office, Hampstead, before 12 o'clock noon on MONDAY, September Bth, 1890. The POLL (if necessary) will be taken on WEDNESDAY, September 17th, 1890, at the same place, between the hours of nine o'clock m the forenoon and six o'clock m the afternoon. J. 0. BELL, Returning Officer. Hampstead, August 30th, 1890. 8 J95 FEIDAY, 12tk SEPTEMBER 1890. Great Clearing Sale AT WESTERFIELD. D THOMAS has received instructions , from C. G. Hawdon, Esq. (ivho has sold the whole of the Westerfield property), To Sell by Public Auction at the HOMESTEAD, WESTERFIELD, ON FRIDAY, SEPT. 12, 1890, His well-known CARRIAGE PAIR (grey), well matched, quiet, and fast. WEIGHT CARRYING HUNTER. Also another HUNTER, likely to make a 'Chaser. 2 Three-year-old FILLIES, one of them very promising. Also a number of other good Light and Heavy HORSES. WAGGONETTE (with Hood), DoubleSeated BUGGY ,and Single-Seated ABBOT BUGGY. Large Quantity of English HARNESS and SADDLERY, by Pbate, of London. Small Herd of PURE-BRED JERSEY CATTLE. n Store BULLOCKS, and a lot of MIXED C4TTLE. iOA YeI 7 Prime Fat MERINO ±£\J EWES. nr\ bacon pigs. Q/"\ STORE PIGS, Number of Implements, including MANURE TURNIP DRILL, SPRING DRAY, &c. Large Quantity of various descriptions of TOOLS. 3 Large STACKS OF OATS. (One month given for removal.) Quantities of Wheat, Oats, Belfast Manure, &c, &c. Sheep Feeders. OA TONS OATEN SHEAF Zx\) CHAFF. Fencing and Barbed WIRE, &c, FUR nTt URE, Including First-class PIANO, and a very large number of SUNDRIES too numerous to particularise. No Reserve. Luncheon provided. Sale at 11.30 sharp. D. THOMAS, B*lß9 Ashburton. £20 REWARD. TN consequence of the amount of P<>ach- •*• ng going on m the Creeks on the Lagmhor Estate, the above reward Avill be paid to anyone giving information that will lead to a conviction. From this date No One will be permitted to FISH m the Creeks on the Laghmhor Estate. DONALD McLEAN Laghmor, let April, 1889.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2505, 30 August 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2505, 30 August 1890

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