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NOTICE."' :■ —~ ALL ACCOUNTS cm ing to P. O. Cornell, Tentmaker, to IGtti April, 1890, still unpaid, must forthwith be paid to J. C. Duncan, Arcade, Ashburton, for and on behalf of E. W. P:ige and Co., Warehousemen, Ohristchurcli. 10*51 E. W. PAGE & CO. MEETING OF ELECTORS. MH W. G. WALKER TNVITES the Electors of Ashburton to meet him m the Oddfellows' Hall, THURSDAY EVENING, October 0, at 8 p.m. 10J35

PRELIMINARY NOTICE.' Gilbebt & Sullivan's Opera "PA TIENGE," ODDFELLOWS' HALL, ASHBURTON, MONDAY & "TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10th and 11th. —Cast of Chabactkiw.— Patience, a dairymaid... Mrs C. M. Brooke Lady Jane ... ... Mrs H. Burfoot Lady Angela Mrs P. Williams Lady Saphir Miss Shirtcliffe Lody Klla ... ... Miss T. Butler And Chorus of Rapturous Maidens. Bunthorne ... ... Mr D. Millar Grosvenor ... ... Mr J. P. Milsom Colonel Calverley ... Mr P. Williams Major Murgatroyd ... Mr CM. Brooke Lieut, the Duke of Dunstable ... ... Mr H. G. Flower Mr Bunthorne's Solicitor Mr H. G. Moore [ Chorus of Dragoon Guards. Conductok ... ... Mr J. H. Brooks Leader Mr R. Wood Stage Manager ... Mr J. P. Milsom Business Manager ... Mr C. M. Brooke Front Seats, 45.; Second Seats, 3s; Back Seats, 2s. Tickets and plan of reserved seats will be ready m a few days. 10 49 ASHBURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL. TO CARRIERS, ETC. is hereby given that the JJN Borough Council horses will be turned out every night after this date, so that other horses may be required for the Engines at alarms of tire. BY ORDER. October 6, 1890. 10 39 ~A3HBU-ETON~RACING~CLUB."~" rpENDERS wanted for Trimming X Fence** and Grubbing Gorse at Ashburton Racecourse. Specifications at Club Room, Commercial Hotel. Tenders close on SATURDAY, Oct. 11, ai 6 p.m. 10*552 G. BISSET, Secretary. ST. JOHN'S LODGE, NO. 1858, "E.C I HE Monthly Meeting of the above I Lod^e will be held m the Masonic Hall, Ashburton, on THURSDAY EVENING, 9th inst, at 7.30 p.m. Visiting Brethren cordially invited. H. A. VESTY, Secretary. , HTENDERS are invited for the~erectioii X of a Club House for the Ashburton Club. Plans and specifications maybe seen at our office, where tenders arc to be sent m not later than four o'clock p.m. on MONDAY, October 20th. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. FOOKS & SON, 10§24 Architects. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11th. 23 acTes 23 Originally part of Fairfield Estate, and Half-Acre Town Belt, North. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from MR H. Britton to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, October 11th, His paddock, about half-mile from the County Saleyards and originally part of Fairfield Estate, containing 23 acres 3 roods 11 perches, now m the occupation of Mr P. Madden, and will be sold subject to his agreement to lease, having about a year and two months to run. This wonld make a very suitable paddock for farmers living at a distance and sending stock to the County Saleyards. LOT 10, containing half-acre, part of block known as Mrs McLean », fronting the N.E. Town Befc and near the High School. Capital site for a house. Sale at 12 o'clock. T. BULLOCK, 10*13 - Auctioneer. SATIJRD^Y7T)c¥6BERiiTH. Town Section 804, Cox street, with two dwelling houses. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on the above date, on account and by order of Mortgagees, T.S. 804, containing quarter-acre Cox street, on which is erected two well built dwelling houses of four rooms* each. This property m very conveniently situated. Inspection invited. Very easy terms of payment. Sale at 12 Noon. T. BULLOCK, 10t 14 Auctioneer. Desirable Private Residence near the High School. MR T. BULLOCK lias received instructions from Mr Sydney Portee to sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11th, A,t 1% .noon, His property situated m Grey street, being T.S. 879, containing quarter acre, on which is erected a substantially built brick Cottage of seven rooms, all plastered outside with concrete and exceptionally well finished inside. The section is high, dry, and siteafced m a very healthy part of the .town. Intending purchasers are reaijectifully invited to iwpecfc this previous to • the Bale. ... .-■ Liberal terma. T. BULLOCK, 10tl5 Auctioneer.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2538, 8 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2538, 8 October 1890

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