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H O RTs E PAKA DE, • . ASHBUIITON. SATURDAY, 4th OCTOBER 18 9 0. Mil D.THOMAS has received instructions from' Mit Daniel McKenhry to sell by auction at Bullock's Arcade, immediately after the Parade, on SATURDAY, 4th OCTOBER, 1890, At half-pasb 2 p.m. His three-year-old Draught Stallion YOUNG "NEW STYLE" by New Stylo out of Dolly by Grlenroy. First PRIZE two-year-old at Ashburton Show last year. A good sort, sound, well grown with plenty of quality. ALSO, I have been instructed by Ma Robbet Clakk, Tinwald, to sell at the same time and place, His three-year-old Draught Stallion, "BANKER HERO " by Springbatik, dam Bloss. : Springbauk by Holmes' Banker (imp.) dam Farmer's Lass by Muir Lad (imp) g.d. Darby Briton (imp). Bloss by Young Hero (imp) dam Blossom by Lincolnshire Hero (imp.) :g.d. Rose by Matchless. < ALSO,— The pure-bred Clydesdale Stallion, "YOUNG TAIERI TOM," 4 years, by Taieri Tom, dam Dot 11, by Heather Jock. . Terms at sale. Sale at 2.30 p.m. D THOMAS, 6 Auctioneer.

MR ALFRED HARRfSON, _7 SATURDAY, 4tii OCTOBER. At 2 o'clock. MR ALFRED HARRISON will sell by Public Auction at his rooms ; 4 A O'lL PAINTINGS, by English ltfc Artists. They are a special consignment" and deserve inspection. A call is invited. Sale absolute. ALFRED HARRISON, 10*5 ■ Auctioneer. THE ASHBURTON CALEDONIAN SOCIETY'S • .■■/• , ANNUAL. . .. , CONVERSAZIONE AND BALL ■TTTILL be hold m the Oddfellows' Hall FRIDAY, 24th OCTOBER. To commence at 8 p.m. , T:cketß—Gentlemen, 3s ; Ladio?, 2s. See posters. J. SEALY, 8f157 Hon. Secretary. '^MK~S. B. SEYMOUE, SURGEON-DENTIST OF CHRISTCHURCH, WIT.L VISIT ASHBURTON on dates to be announced, and may be consulted at MR. CAMBRIDGE'S, CHEMIST. 10 17 ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL Horse Parade T\7 ILL be held at the ASHBURTON W COUNTY SALEYARDS on SATURDAY, 4th OCTOBER, 1890, at 10.30 a.m. Admission to ground*, Is. Meirbers free. JNO. J. C. QUANE, g§9s Secretary.

STEPHENS "QROS TEPHENS JDROS, MARKET HOUSE A S coming events cast their shadows XJL before, and knowing this to be the case, we have jusb landed a nice assortment of DAIRYING UTENSILS, including— MILK SKIMMERS, MILK STRAINERS, MILK BUCKETS, BUTTER PATS. BUTTER PRINTS, MILK PANS, CHURJSS, &c M &c. In Household Requisites We have Saucepans, Kettles, Pots, Pans, Tubs, Buckets, Baths, Clocks, Watches, &c, &c. O-^^33bst TOOLS Spades, Forks, Rakes, Hoeß (American and Dutch), Spade Handles, Fork Handles, Rake Handles, and n large variety of other goods m every-day use, such as BRUSHES : SCRUB, SHOE, BLACKLEAD. BROOMS HAIR, BASS, CANE, CORN, &c. ALL ORDERS, by Post or otherwise, executed at once, and delivered promptly. Customers m town waited upon if requested. Every effort to give GOOE VALUE and satisfaction. STEPHENS BROS. MAEKFT HOUSE ASHBUR.T.ON

G. H. ALLISON, T)ROPRIETOR of Methven Livery JI Stables, begs to inform the public of the Methven and Ashburton Districts, that he will again start running a Passenger Goach from Methven to Ashburton on TtJESDAIS and SATURDAYS from 4th October, leaving Methven at 8 a.m., and thte Somerset Hotel, Ashburton, at 4 p.m. \ Fares, single, 4s; returns, 6s. Parcels and Orders carefully attended to. 9UXB

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2534, 3 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2534, 3 October 1890

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