Mr Justice William* w«« a ■■capital ntiot. It is imported of him, tin t whilst enjoying the sport once upon fomc gen tie. vi nil's preserves and (.nocking over the bin ■cig'utand left, a gamekeeper wlibp«m« confident a ly to his comrade. " They tell me this 'ere y.nt is a jmlf. c; I'll take my sam he's been a poacher." has been decided by the French Minister of Marine to establish at Brest a navel dovecot, containing 50!) pigeons, which «irs to be trained for sea service. The idea is to !• Hse them as messengers from the defending torpedo-boats around Brest to the maritime authorities on land, thus ensuring a constant communication. As the wheel of time has again ushered m the busy spring, and to be prepared to supply the'requirements of Nature and r«f their numerous patrons, Messrs J. Setily and Co. have completed their selection of seeds, which are of the choicest samples obtainable, and which include clovers, turnips,, man golds, carrots, rape, perennial ryezra*a, cocksfoot, elephant swede, garden and flower seeds m endless variety, and garden requisites of every description. For the convenience of patron* who cannot mak« their purchases during the day the premises will be open to nine p.m. on Saturday evenings on and after the 16th Angust;—(Advt;) MR D THOMAS YARDS. TUESDAY, 14th OCTOBEE, 18 9 0. I SHALL have FOR SALE at the above fixture the following lines of Good SHEEP,— OAA Fat Merino WETHERS OAA Very Prime Merino WETHERS 700 CroSHbrod HOGGETS QAA Crossbred HOGGETS OAA Crossbred HOGGETS Qf\ f\ Crosslin d EWES with Lambs £J \J \J fit foot QHO Oroasbrod EWES with Lambs OUU at loot QA k Merino EWES with Lam'is at O\J ' foot Also on account other owners. Fat ami Store SHE* P Fat and Store CATTLE and PIGS D. THOMAS, 10 76 Ashbuiton \tknmT CO rriflHoxiTAT CLaNHa-iJ o J_/ihhoxi *-iL •JHITA t.SVT) ISHM saavHs oiaavjii sill ny •saavAkm afz kohi SOOBTJ SS9J(J 10 IYAIHHV HSaH-t Mlttm 9 113H3XIMI KVHi HMXxaa oa xokkvo ssicrn. ASHBURTON~BOROUGH COUNCIL. "VTOTICE is hereby given that the , |\j Public Library Reading Room will be CLOSED for repairs on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, the 14th and 15th inst, and the Town Clerk's Office on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, the 15th and 16th inst. BY ORDER. October 13th, 1890. 10 83 NOTICE " ALL Accounts owinj» to Thomas '.Potty, LiverylStable keeper, must be paid to me by OCTOBER 18th, 1890, as he is selling off and giving up Business on that date. 10 85 FRED. MAKEIG^ TINWALD WESLEYAN~IJAND OF HOPE. fTIHE Service of Song "OUR JOE" Will be given by the Choir m the TEMPLAR HALL ox "Wednesday, October lSth, Commencing at 7.30 p.m. Admission—Adults, Is ; Children, 3d. 10 84 ; Spring and Summer, 1890. TRY THE NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTOBY FOR Men's Colonial TWEED SUITS. Boys' and Youths' Colonial TWEED SUITS. HATS.—We keep the Largest and Best Selection. Hats made to measure. SUITS MADE TO MEASURE. Best workmanship put m every garment, and a perfect fit guaranteed, Large Selection of Boys' Knicker Suits. Tics, Shirts, Collars, Braces, Ac, m Latest Fashion and Style, Best Vai,ue fob Cash m District. . -_BT E W ZEAIAKD CLOTHM FACTORY W. H WEBBER, Manager
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2542, 13 October 1890
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2542, 13 October 1890
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