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j ri.l>?,'^ Noticoa". ; | L~(T^EACH" COAUII. / /■ \ N and After Ist October thy LONdj V■' tiEACIT COACH wjII start from ASHBUIITON »t 5 p.m. sharp. f! R. R, BROWN,Coachman. \ OTJCE.— Anyone found Tress v p,i:;siu:; m purmiifc of paints or otherwise on rho Rtvcrhdalo F.«tsito on .nid ;ulor this dato ivill he. p-oMccnled, J. R. WILLIAMS. i River div.'o, 2ith May - 7<* MOORE STREET, ASHBURTON, i . Henry Davis, Proprietor, (late of Plough \ Hotel, Rftngiora.) THIS Old Established and favorite Family Hotol, has good accommodation for families, boarders, or commercial travellers, with private sitting rooms and bedrooms. CHARGES TO MEET THE TIMES. Nothing but the best brands of Wines and Spirits, and Wahd and Co's, celebrated Ales kept m atock. ■ , THE PROPRIETOR, having nlso just erected a largo'" new stable with elovcn stalls and two loose boxes for the i accommodation of. his country customer!?, wishes, to inform them that stabling for horses is FREE, with good foods for Is bach. Special arrangements can be made for loose boxes for Entire Horses or R«tcc Hordes for the coming season. HORSES AND BUGGIES ON HIRE. !) 145 I'UBLTO NOTICE. R. E. Dowle, TAILOR, BEGS to inform JLir, numerous friends and tho public generally that he has commenced business on hit» own account m premises lately occupied by Mr F. F. Ci,avtox, East sti;cet, next J. Oku «fc Co.'a. Fit, Stylo and quality guaranteed, combined with moderate charges.- 9 182 ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL.' Horse Parade WILL bo held at the ASHBURTON COUNTY SALE YARDS on SATURDAY 4tti OCTOBER, 1890, at 10.30 a.m. T O 31Y. Admission to grounds, ,Is. Merrbera free. JNO, J..C. QUANE, 9§95 . Secretary. STEPHENS T)ROS TEPHENS JLJROS, MARKET HOUSE AS coming events cast their shadows; before, and knowing this to bri the; case, we have just landed a nice assort- ■ m^nt of DAIRYING UTENSILS, - in^ eluding— • MILK SKIMMERS, J MILK STRAINERS, MILK BUCKETS, BUTTER PATSBUTTER PRINTS. ' " " MILK PANS,-' ?v :' ' •■. :' : OHUBjss, ■''■■ ■ >': &C, &C.v. In Household Requisites We have Saucepans, Kettles, Pots; Palis, Tubs, Buckets, Baths^ Clocks, ■■';' '• WntchcHj'ftci, &c. y ■■■■■■'' ■ Spades, Forks, Rakes, Hoes (Americanp and Dutch),: Sp«cle > Handles, - Fbric Handles, Rake ; Hahdles, s and a large variety of other goods m everyday use, such as ' '!■■-■ '■■'" BRUSHES SCRUB, SHOE, BLACKLEAD. BROOMS HAIR, BASS, CANE, CORN, &o. I.;■.'; -■■.;■.'; .■; .. ——— •"' . -■ ■' i iO ALL ORDERS, by Post or otherwirte, executed at once, ahd delivered promptly. Customers m town waited upon •if'.t'e 1' quested. Every effort to give GOOD "VALUE and satisfaction. . ;''' 'a STEPHENS BEOS. MAEKFTHOIJSE ASHBdRTON METHVEN_COAGH. G. IT. ALLISON, ■■? i , "OROPRIETOR of Methven Livery J~ Stables, begs to inform the public of the Methven and Ashburton Districts, • thathe will again start running a Passenger Coach froni Methven to: Aah burton on. TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS front4th October, leaving Methven at 8 a.m., and the Somerset Hotel, Ashburton, at4'p.m. Fares, single, 4s ; returns, 6s* Parcels and Orders carefully attended;to. 9tllß _..-■■' '-1 "- :■':■■;- ---■ i■' 'l '■■■■ ■ i ■ ■■' ■ ''' '\ FISHING SEASON, IP9O 91. FISHING TACKLE 1890 N C IF 1891 TUST arrived, ex "DORIC" frdn^best t) English and Atnericari Manufacturers a large and,'yell assorted stock of all Fishing requisifes. ' ''- I. Rods, Lines, Recife, Minnows, FHes, Gaff Hooks, singL 1, double and treble, 1 Mounting, assorted Hooks; Waterproof Stockings, Indii Rul)bercrack-j-roof Gum Boots, waterproof Fish Bags'' In"great variety, including latest 1 pati terns. Every article of the season at f lowest prices. jj Fishing Licenses can now be obtained from we. ALSO.—New Stock of CRICKEHNG ' and TENNIS MATERIALS. ; W. ZANDER, Direct Importer Fishiig Tackle. Tobbacconist and Ftucy G6odH. Ladies and Genfcleincn'fHairdff'fisinjj Sialoon

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2533, 2 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2533, 2 October 1890

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