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Public Notices rrORSE CARDS printed with despatch, m varioim styles, at Mail and (IrjABBIAX Office. , I 'jr\"W^¥WhjroWs' txall. ASHBURTON. THE J,-L Toole Season Commencing THURSDAY," October IC. MESSRS Williamson, Garner n,x\v, Jo. have.much pleasure^ ' . annofWoe the Firat Appsnvinco m A „1-kJVt? 11 °$ England's greatest Comedian,*' -^ . \ M\< .l L- rooßi , Who will appear on the above date, and for positively £3?" ONE NIGHT ONLY The Box I'lnn is now open at W. Zanj>br';«, where seats may be secured. Orchestra stills, 5s : Second stalls, 3s ; Back seats, 2a. Manager, 10 01 MR J. E. MOORE. ""Traffic Bridge~~HoteLT"" RANGITATA. fTIIIIS Hotel is situated on the South _L Bank of the Rangitata at the Traffic Bridge, and there are good paddocks and yards for all classes of travelling stock, with good stabling. The Hotel stands m the centre of the best hfishing district m Canterbury. The Rnnffitftta, Orari, Waihi, and Cooper's Creek are all within easy distance, and thiiy teem with splendid trout. The tables kept can compare with any Hotel m Canterbury, and every accommodation is available for visitors and families. All liquors are of the boat brands procurable. Wm. WHEELS AND, 10 37 Proprietor. "WRINCTTASHJOffsr ■ New Millinery. WE have now opened the latest novelties for the season m Ladies' Hats* and Bonnets, m the most Fashionable shapes and .Superior Quality, together with the choicest Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers. &c, procurable. New Jackets, New Mantles, New Dust loak.s, New Bordered Costumes, New Checked Dress Goo:ls, New Plain Dress Goods, NewGinghaimand Zephyrs, New Prints and Sateens, New Flannelettes and JTEW GOODS m Every DEPARTMENT CALL EAR LV. AND INSPECT THEM AT S. I. AtCOM A Co, EA »S T STR EE T . 10_ SO.~B. SEYMOUR, SURGEON -DENTIST o* CHRISTCHURCH, WILL VISIT ASBBURTON on dates to be announced, and may be consulted tit MR, CAMBRIDGE'S, CHEMIST. 10 17 r^^_____ jTros UTEP II ENS 13 RO S, MARKET HOUSE AS coming events cast their shadows before, and knowing this to be the ca#e, we hnve just landed a nice assortment of DAIRYING UTENSILS, including— MILK BKIMMBIW. MILK BTEVINERS, MILK BUCKKTS, BUTTER PATS, BUTTER PRINTS, MILK PANS, CHURiNS, &c, &c. In Household Requisites We have Saucepans, Kettles, Pots, Pans, Tubs, Buckets, Baths, Clocks, Watches, &c, &c. IOA.RD3diT TOOLS Spades, Forks, Rakes, Hoes (American nhd Dutch), Spade Handles, Fork Handles, Rnke Handles, and h large variety of other goods m everyday use, iucli as BRUSHES SCRUB, SHOE, BLACKLI2AD. BROOMS HAIR, BASS, CANE, CORN, &c. ALL ORDERS, by Post or otherwise, executed nt once, and delivered promptly. Customers m town waited upon if rc•mosted. Every offbrfc to give GOOD "VALUE and satisfaction. STEPHENS BROS. MABKFT HOUSE ASH BURTONUNION STEAMSHIP COMPAQ V, (LIMITED.) IST OTI CE IN consequence of the Disorganisation of Shipping Labor, the Directors rejrrct they are UNABLE TO ADVERTISE THE RUNNING OF STEAMERS AS USUAL. Intending PaSSENGBRS and SHIPPERS will receive ALL POSSIBLE INFORMATION at the Company's { )ffices. GEORGE JAMESON, A ent, Ashburt • NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS] Ashburton Trotting Racos, lf»th October. rpilß 8.0 a.m. find 11.0 a.in. trains from ( Chrifitchurch on the 10th inst. will, f required, .set down passengers at tho Ashburton Saloyards siding, which i.s opposite to the Raccccurse. Passengers to book to Ashburton. Tho evening trains from Ashburton to Sprin&hurn and Timarti on the l(sth will start at 5.25 p.m. and 5.35 p.m. respectively, and be correspondingly later than time-table times at other Stations. YAvi'i; Ordinary' return. 10+79 BYQfcPEH,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2542, 13 October 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2542, 13 October 1890

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