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NOTICE. OUR Grain Stores and Offices will be closed on WEDNESDAY, September 24th. 9§llo FRIEDLANDER BROS. NOTICE. MY Premises will be CLOSED 1 on WEDNESDAY, 24th inst., on account of holiday. 9§107_ HENRY ZANDER. LOWCLIFF ESTATE. rpENDERS are Invited for breaking up J_ 300 Acres. Tenders not later than Ist OCTOBER. J. R. BROWN 9 117 Manager. """SHEEPSKIN SALE."" MY NEXT Sale of Skins by. auction will be held on FRIDAY NEXT at my Ashburtoh Stores. 9§115 GEO. JAMESON. WOLSELET SHEEP "SHEARING MACHINES. ~W TE have made arrangements for our Vy Expert, MRT. H. PETTIGREW to visit the Canterbury province this week, and communications addressed to him at the General Post Office, Christchurch, or care of Mr Melville Gray, Timaru,'will receive early attention. FULTON, STANLEY & CO, Dunedin, Agents for the Wolseley Sheep Shearing Machines m Canterbury, Otago and Southland 9 112 nravEpoAcir" G. H. ALLISON, "OROPRIETOR of Methven Livery JZ Stables, begs to inform the public of the Methven and Ashburton Districts, fchathe will again start running a Passenger Coach from Methven to Ashburton on TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS from 4th October, leaving Methven at 8 a.m., and the Somerset Hotel, Ashburton, at 4 p.m. Fares, single, 4s ; returns, 6s. Parcels and Orders carefully attended to. 91118 ASHBURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL "VTOTICE is hereby given that all J_\| annual Licenses under the Borough Bye-Laws, namely, for Keroscene or Petroleum Carriers Hackney Carriages Drivers Public Buildings Hawkers Will expire on TUESDAY, the 30th September instant. Applications for renewal must be made on the expiry of the old Licenses, under a penalty, m default, not exceeding Five Pounds. CHAS. E. FOOKS, Town Clerk. Borough Council Office, Ashburton, Sept. 22nd. 1890 9*121 I WILL not be responsible for any DEBTS contracted m my name by any person or persons without my authonty* CHARLES RYEL, Fishmonger, Alford Forest Road, g 122 Ashburton. Pr"S?i A ATHBURTQN, KILWINNING ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, THE ANNUAL MEETING for Installation of. Officers "will be held at the Masonic Hall, on TUESDAY NEXT, the 23rd inst., at.7.30. Visiting Companions cordially invited J By order, 9 24 __ 4LFRED HARRTSQN, S.E^ STEPHEN'S SCHOOLTtOOM, ~ 'ASHBURTON. CRAKD CONCERT TII IT It SI) AY NEXT. Septkmber 25th, at 8 p.m. i "T3ERFORMERS — Mesdames Brooke, ' \T Crisp, Williams, and Mayne, Misses Trauraann and Sinunonds. Messrs W. B. ' Dixon, Mils' >m, (Jafces, and Stevenson — Ashburton Choral Society < Admission —2s and Is. Proceed ito Church Fabric Fund, 9 123

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2524, 22 September 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2524, 22 September 1890

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