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GERALDINE RACING CLUB. SPRING MEETING SEPTEMBER 9th and 10th. A CCEPTANCES First Day's Handi-J-JL caps and entries for District Stakes. Novel and Selling Races, due 2nd September. 9 1 . F. WILSON SMITH. Unionism v. Free Laborers. LABORERS are respectfully requested to keep away from LYTTELTON • during the present crisis. Don't be deluded by guarantees of six months Work. 9 j* union~steam^hTp COMPANY, (LIMITED). NOTIOB "YITANTED—Men to work cargo on W Wharf at Lyttelton. Steady employment guaranteed to good men for »ix or twelve months.—Apply GEO. JAMESON, 8 193 Agent, Ashburton.

UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY, (LIMITED.) :rsr o.ti oe IN consequence of the Disorganisation of Shipping Labor, the Directors regret they are UNABLE TO ADVERTISE THE RUNNING OF STEAMERS AS USUAL. Intending PASSENGERS and SHIPPERS will receive ALL POSSIBLE INFORMATION ab the Company's Offices. GEORGE JAMESON, Agent, Ashburton,

IN THE ESTATE OF BLAND AND HUMPHERYS, AUCTIONEERS. IN LIQUIDATION. ALL Claims on the above firm must be sent m to the undersigned on or before 6th day of September, 1890, or otherwise they will not be recognised. JOHN G. RESTELL, Liquidator. 28th August, JLB9O. 8 174 NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership hitherto existing between JOHN ROBERT BLAND and WILLIAM DAVY HUMPHERYS, trading m co-partnership at Ashburton as Auctioneers, Land, Estate, and Commis- I sion Agents, has been dissolved by mutual consent as from the fifteenth day of August, 1890. Mr J. G. Restell, of Ashburton, is entitled to receive all moneys owing to the late firm, and will discharge, pro rut", all liabilities due by the late firm, the ] estate having been assigned to him. j

Dated this twenty-eight day of August, 1890. JOHN R. BLAND. W. D. HUMPHERYS. Witness to both signatures : Edwu. G. Crisp, 4182 Solicitor, Ashburton. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. TIMETABLE ALTERATIONS FROM Ist SEPTEMBER. 'T" HE following reductions m train JL services will be m force from Ist September until further notice, conse quent upon the decrease m traffic occasioned by the stoppage of work at Ports :— SOUTH LINE. THE 7.20 a.m. train from Ashburton to Christchurch, and 4.15 p.m. from Christchurch to Ashburton, will only run on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS. THE 11 a.m. Goods train with carriage attached from Ashburton to Christchurch will NOT RUN.

METHVEN BRANCH.. THE Morning train from Methven *to Rakaia will only run on MONDAYS. WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS/ THE Evening train from Rakaia to Methven will run on MONDAYS, TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS ONLY. THE 10.5 a.m. train on Tuesdays from Rakaia to Methven will NOT run, but the 3.10 p.m. train on Tuesdays from Methven to Rakaia WILL RUN. B*lßs BY ORDER.

BOOKS —Thousands of Books ot every kind, including books on History^ Travels, Science, Religion, Fiction, &c.f &c. Account Books and Stationery o every discription. A cheap line of En" velopes at 5s per thousand. • Fancy Goods, including Albums, Photo Frames, Writing Case Work Boxes, Purses, Ladies' Hand Bags, Games and Puzzles. Music—A large Stock. Pianos, Accordians, Violins, Concetinas, &c. All Goods reduced for Cash. ■ L. F. ANDREWES & CO. Stationers' Hal

V B?A^ R NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. LEASE OF STORE SITES AT COUNTRY STATIONS.

Office of Engineer foi\ Working Rail ways, Wellington, 11th August, 1890. rpilE Railway Commissioners have sites _JL adjacent to Railway Sidings available for Leasing to Farmers for Grain Stores at low rentals at the following stations : Balmoral, Medbury, Hawarden, Bexley, View Hill, Mandeville, Carleton, Ladbrooks, Weedons, Homebush, South Malvern, Wasterfield, Valetta, Anama, Cavendish, Boccleuch, Seadown, Cricklewood, McLean's, Hilderthorpe, Papakaio, Peebles, Aitcheson's, "Oxbridge, Black Point, Borton, Waikouro, Strachan's, Queen's Flat, and Island Cliff. Particulars of terms can be ascertained at the office of the Resident Engineer, Christchurch, and at the Statianniaster's Office.", at Ashburton, Timaru, and Oainaru. Applications will be received addressed to the New Zealand Railway Commissioners at the same offices up to Noon of the Bth September, 1890. Should there be more than one application for any one site it will be again publicly offered forte.ider. By ordqr of the New Zealand Railway Commissioners. J. HENRY LOWE, 88 Engineer for Working Railways,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2506, 1 September 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2506, 1 September 1890

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