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i»: NEW ZEALAND V TCSLK'CAN IIOMI :.'! .■•t._ r ,' -missjqks. t .•. :•..;;. •■ v'.irf-TIJ: ANNUAL SERVICES m con '„ ; ». n-.tior. with' lh« sibovc, vi'-l li« hHi v throughout the Ashburton Uircuif M^X I - fcJi:.NJ)AY, (Montr I.9th. as follows : — !-, AfililmrU.il- 11 n.m Uev. J. N. l^\le. . Ashbumm- 0.30 p.m....Rev. K. S. Bumi. Willowby—Un.m. . ...Rc.vß«ft).«dmi: ' Wil'.owhy—o.3op.m. ... Mr Harding. r Wnkatmi—U nm. ... Mr Joftos. Wuk.Miiii—C.yO.p.nr. ... Rev: J. N. Buttle. ) .' Other places as per Circuit Plan. Collections m aid of the Home Mission I Fund. . Atop.ni. a special chjldrtiiis seiyice, ' m connection with the Wealeyan Jubilee, will bo conducted by the Rev. R< b. , Jjiinn. Parents and friends are cordially t invited. The offertory at this service will be devoted to the Jubilee Thanksgiving Fund. Public Mkuohary* Meetings willl ba ■held a-] under :—Athburton— Monday, October 20th ; Waterton ■ Tuendny, : October 2Lst; Wi.k«inui — Wcclnesdny, October 22nd;' Willowhy -—Thmsdny, October 23u1; Hinds -"Friday, " October ■24th; Timvald and Gre nstrcot to be •■arranged. All meetings to commence at ;7.30 p.m. Addresses will be delivered !by Slinistors and Laymen. Colloctions 'will be made m aid of the Home Mission ;Fund; f/Si:;^___ \_T_l:—SJ^' ■ FLEMINGTON PRESBYTERIAK , ■..:■.■■ -.OHUftGH;--.^--^.' .■ • ? THE ANNUAL~TEA MEETING WILL TAKE PLACE ON ? FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24th, ■m the SCHO^LROIfJ, to .to folWl Iby a Public WxthstAn theVOHUI^H,, when addresses will be dolivtrod by ■aiinistci'« and others,., and musical sekc- : •■tioiw by ii'Cl«»"--^ J^t^^_-r^rJ!^ n^ENDEii^are':- iA^elllfoEl buldWig%: '■ JL Five Roomed .Cottage at Hinds, <nciu- Lismoro. Pl»xv»l«Wl'fib my yi.iice. Tenders elo.se on bAI-LLK-DAY, 13th hist., at 1500n.,; The lowest or any teudor not necessarily accepted. 11. BIRD, IQ ijrj) Architect. - " THE ASHBCR^NI :''!'; ' ! GAXsf3ffl^ fCIIfH ; ; 'ANNUAL CONVERSAZIONE AND BALL ' WILL be he,Wm % QidfellQivB 1 Hall on *fi*. ■'■.*l*- Ift i^VH FRIDAY, 24th OCTOBER. To commence at 8 p.m, ! Tickets—Gentlemen 3s ; Ladies, 2s. See posters. J. SEALY, p+ls* Hon. Secretary. THE AMERICAN TRdTTM> HORSE Blac;kwook' \AMallali I \ \ HOSE excellent Stocj^an bo s#n ;v V all through the District will stand this season at Owner's Stable and travel the Ashburton County. Terms—Season, £3 10s; guarantee, £5 ss; Gtroonmge fee, jss.. ■ '■..'.....-■ „-" / i'r: 5 i <■.. ,: ■-.■.] V : For particulars apply H. MUTTON, 10162 Groom m charge* .'! a"l's6~" TO STAND ; m KOLMAR F M > ftNDHUWr, AND TRAVEL i :THE METHVEN DISTRICT, » The PuREBBEt) Clypf^dale Stallion • YOUNG NEW,STYJ.E. s By New Style, dam by Glenroy. New, Style, bred by John Bong, Sire Young Banker (imp.), dam MarchionessO^ ? J i For particulars and terms apply Groom m charge Or ; S. COX, Manager * Lyndhiu^t, ' Ashburton agricultural and pastoral association. th|: ( thirteenth \ ANNUAL EXHIBITION ; ■ or v {;'■;>"■.■■■;/: c-;. " *, Stock, Implements, dc, : WILL be 'held' at the COUNTY S SALEYARDS,ASHBURTQN,= I ON ? FRIDAY, 31st OCTOBER 1890. ENTRIES close with the undersigned on FRIDAY, 24th OCTOBER. \ i JNO. J, C. QUANE, ■ Secretary. POVVDERT" " HEATING'S POWDER, KEATINGVS POWDER. HEATING'S POWDER. HEATING'S POWDER. HEATING'S POWDER. . > 7BU.GS r; ¥mm,h ■ ■'* KILLS -f MTOTHS, ' BEETLES, I.MOSQUITOES, HARMLESS TO ANIMALS. HA RMP<;SS TO ANIMALS. KILLS j MOTHS, 1 BEETLES, '. but is; uniiyalled; m,; destroying FLEAS, BUGS, COCKROACHES, BEETLES, MOTHS m FURS, and every other species of insect. Sportsmen will find this invaluable for destroying ilens m their, dpgs, as also ladies for their pet dogs. : The^BUBUG. are CAUTIONED thai packages of the genuine powder bear ths autograph of THOMAS KEATING. Sold inTins^only. , , . KEATING'S WORM TABLETS. HEATING'S WORM TABLETS. KEATING'S WORM TABLETS. ■A PURELY VEGETABLE SAVEETMEAT, both ir appearan.ee and ttete, furnishing amos agreeable method of administering th< only certain remedy foj? .intkstinal* oi THKEAi> woumS. > X is /a/ perfectly and mild preparation, and is especially adapted for Children. Sold m Tins b^ all Drucgists. i Proprietor, THOMAS KEATING, f London. Well-known and Sao- „^ifpl« -^^^^W^m^ <» ftMBONio Co'vruwTi I ffl idMs>^ ****** •*•'•***•**• ■ P^^P^ nUS CONIUI.TATXOIf, W^M ftlndtn it W, t UilHum

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2545, 16 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2545, 16 October 1890

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