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Fub;ic Notices F R. SALE PRIVATELY. •"PHIS following Draught Stallions YOUNG NEW STYLE, by New Style out of Dolly, by GLENROY. BANKER'S HERO, three ye«r« old by Springbank out of Bloss, by Young Hero (imp). MARQUIS, five years old, by Young Clyde (imp.) out of full sister to GLENROY. For terms and particulars apply 9*105 D. THOMAS. SATURDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER. Two o'clock sharp. MR ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions from Mr David McCombe to sell by Public Auction at his rooms, Sections Nos. 9, 10, 11, and 12, containing £-acre eac^i, and situated at corner of Cox street and Cross street, close to the N.W. Town Belt, and almost immediately behind the Hospital. Without Reserve. ALFRED HARRISON, 9*lol Auctioneer. ..—ASHBuETOJsT^T TROCTIIG CLUB. ipIRST Meeting will be held on the ; Ashburton Racecource on OCTOBER 16th, 1890. Nominations Close, FRIDAY, Sept. 26, at 9 p.m.. at Club Room, Central Hotel. For Programme, etc., Apply JNO. J. C QUANE, 9+83 S3cretary._ ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL Horse Parade WILL be held at the ASHBURTON COUNTY SALEYARDS on SATURDAY, 4th OCTOBER, 1890, at 10.30 a.m. Brood Mares may also be entered. Entries : Stallions, 5s ; Mares, 2a Cd, close with the underrigned on TUESDAY, September 30th, at 5 p.m. Admission to grounds, Is. Meirbers free. JNO. J. C. QUANE, 9§95 Secretary. __ MOUNT SOMEBS COAL PER TON \ T any Railway Station between /•> RAKAIA and RANGITATA by the Truck Load. THIS COAL IS QUITE EQUAL TO KAITANGATA AND HALF THE PRICE. E. F. WEIGHT. 75 I'm. SPARROW TAILOR AND| MEN'S I E R C E R. EAST STREET. ASHBURTON FIRE BRIGADE. IVTOTICE is hereby given that the IN FIRE BELL has been »REMOV"ED from the old site, Wakanui Road East, to the new Fire . Brigade Station, Borough Council Yard, Burnett Street. CHAS. E. FOOKS, Borough Engineer. Ashburton, Sept. 16, 1890. 9 85 SPRINGHAS again come upon us, and find MITCHELL & TURNER ready with a choice and varied selection of New GOODS m every way suitable to the Season, and the alterations and enlargement of their premises now give every opportunity for full inspection of their New Prints, New Dress Goods, New Costumes. SEE OUR WINDOWS. New Boots and Shoes. MITCHELL & TURNER KAIAPOI HOUSE, TANCRED STREET.

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

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

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