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YOUNG Ladies' Journal for September. The |Ferns of New Zealand, new work ; Hypnotism, arid ether new books by the Mail. -H. M. Jones, TJIXPERIENCED Cook wants en JQ_ gagement on Farm or Station, good Baker. Apply "Cook," "Mail' Office. 9 3 FOR SALE PRIVATELY. HC\C\ Half-bred HOGGETS O ?\ r\ Half:bred EWES m lamb APPb T to mS&BK 9§4 GEO. JAMESON. MR D THOMAS. MOUNT SOMERS. THURSDAY, SFPTEMBER 4th. MR D. THOMAS will hold his usual quarterly Sale of Sheep, Cattle, Pigs, Horses, and Sundries at Mr Hood's Saleyards, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th, At 12 o'clock. On account Mr A. Harvey,— 4 Good Draught HORSES, 5 to 8 years old, good workers. 0 Light HACKS, 3to 5 years old. pj A Merino EWES 1 Double-furrow PLOUGH. -J Single-furrow PLOUGH. Q Road SCOOPS. A Set Shaft HARNESS. 1 Four-horse DRAY. 4 Tip CART. i-Ton Kidney POTATOES ; §£ Tons Blue Derwents SBE3J|f<OT Also a large assortment of FRUJT and FOREST TREES. Lot of sundries *oo numerous to particularise. I Other entries can be made with Mr John Hood. D. THOMAS, 8i 188 Auctioneer. ____________ FRIDAY, sth SEPTEMBER, 1890. MR D. THOMAS will hold his usual quarterly sale of Cattle, Sheep, Horses, Live and Dead- Stock at Patton's yards on the above date. 3 Head CATTLE. 7 Springers. 1 BULL, 18 months old. ' 100 Fat Merino WETHERS. i On account various Clients,- — i-Ton Kidney POTATOES. 9k Tons Blue Derwents. TSet 5-lcaf HARROWS. Lot, of Sundries. A large assortiuenL of Fruit and Forest Trees. Other ertries can be made with Messrs Hibbs Bros. Sale at 12 o'clock. D. THOMAS Auctioneer.

TENDERS. "TTTANTED Tenders for Breaking up W 400 Acres of Tussock Land m one or two lots, alongside the Ashburton iver, near Anama. Particulars can be obtained from the Undersigned, and Tenders to be sent m by noon on the Bth September. H. H. WRIGHT, BJIB4 Windermere. 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 Eibs s|d, second-cut do. 4id, other cuts 2|d to 4d, Rump Steak 7d, Beef Steak 6d, Corn Round Beef 5d to 6d, Brisket of Beef 3d to 3jd. 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 8J169 ~* "£2O REWARU. TN consequence of the amount of Poach- ■*• ng going on m the dreeks on the Lagmhor Estate, the above reward will 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, Ist April, 1889,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2506, 1 September 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2506, 1 September 1890

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