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MR D THOMAS. MOUNT SOMERS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th. MR D. THOMAS will hold his visual quarterly Scale 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,— A Good.Draught HORSES, sto 8 years ~C old, good workers. 0 Light HACKS, 3 to 5 years old. pj A Merino EWES 1 Double-furrow PLOUGH. * 1 Single-furrow PLOUGH. O Road SCOOPS. A Set Shaft HARNESS, j Four-horse DRAY. A Tip CART. J-Ton Kidney POTATOES' 9£ Tons Blue Derwents Also a large assortment of FRUIT. and FOREST TREES. ! Lot of sundries foo numerous to particularise. Other entries can be made with Mr John Hood. D. THOMAS, Btlßß Auctioneer. METHVE N. ■ 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. On account various Clients,— |-Ton Kidney POTATOES. 9t Tons Blue Derwents. 1 Set 5-leaf HARROWS. Lot of Sundries. A large assortment of Fruit and Forest Trees. . Other entries can be made with Messrs Hibbs Bros. Sale at 12 o'clock. D. THOMAS Auctioneer. GOVERNMENT. .NOTICES^ NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. TIMETABLE ALTERATIONS FROM Ist SEPTEMBER. fTTIE following reductions m train I. services will be m force from Ist September until further notice, consequent 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. IN THE ESTATE OF BLAND AND HUMPHERYS, AUCTIONEERS. IN LIQUIDATION. ALL OJaims 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, 1890, 8 174 ! TENDERS FOR INLAND MAIL SERVICES FOR 1891 AND 1892. General Post Office, Wellington, 13th August, 1890. SEALED tenders will be received at the Chief Post Office, Ohristehurch, ; until SATURDAY, 4th October, 1890, for the conveyance of mails between the undermentioned places, for a period of two years, from the Ist January, 1891, to the 31st December, 1892. Postal District of Chkistchurch. 3. Alford Forest and Springburn Railway Station, daily. 4. Annat and Russell's Flat, twice weekjy, 5. Ashburton and Greenstreet, twice weekly. 6. Ashburton and Ashburton Forks, twice weekly. 7. Ashburton and Kyle, thrice weekly. 8. Ashburton and Longbeach, daily. 10. Ashburton and Newland, twice weekly. 32. FJemingtcui and Longbeach Road, thrice weekly, , 37. Hinds and Listnore, twice weekly, 38. Hinds and Lismore, thrice weekly. 53. Mount Somers and Ashburton ipiggGorge, twice weekly. Q|sß. Rakaia and Barrhill, thrice weekly. 59. Rakaia and Doric, thrice weekly. 62, Valetta and Iluapima, via Mayfield, twice weekly. 66. Winslow and Longbeach Road Board Office, thrice weekly. 67 i Winslow and Willowby, thrice weekly. The attention of intending tenderers is directed to the terms and conditions of contract printed at the back of the tender forms, and more especially to Clauses Nos. 6, 9, 10, 11, 15, 17 am} 1% ' " ' Contractors whose tenders may be accepted must be prepared to carry out the services for which they tender according to time-tables framed by the department. Forms of tender, with the terms and conditions of contract, may be procured at any post office. No tender will be considered unless made an the printed pvn). Tenders indorsed '-Tender for Mail Service, Nqi ,'■' to be addressed to the Chief Postmaster, Christchurch. W, GRAY, 192 <5^X ojjj jT made by person of either sex, m their own localities, at work for us. New business. All meet with wonderful success. Any one can d > the work. Capital not required. We will start you. Outfit worth £1 mailed free. The employment is particularly adapted to the region m which thi(* publication circulates, Boy a and girls earn tyjarly a much, as m,en. Full particulars j X\.d instructions mailed free.' Now is the I time—don't delay, but write to us a once. Address Stinson and \ Potrtland line, United States

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2508, 3 September 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2508, 3 September 1890

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