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Mr George McLean, Chairman of the Union Steamship Company, has promised ihe Chamber of Commerce to cousider the ilh,im3 of Wellington as a port of oa.ll for ;he San Francisco mail steamers. The Hurbbr Board are m communication with Messrs 3preckles, of the Oceanic Steamship Con> ?any, with the same object. T~ GST, between tin; Bridge and HaveJLj lock Street,a P.iperhnnger's Brush. Finder will be rewarded. —Apply " Mail" Jflice. 10 115 •—z—^== HOLDERS of winning • \_J •JD • tickets m Foresters' \vt Union, please apply to Mb. J. W. Sakek for prizes.—D. Amos, Secretary. 10 114 DROMORE SCHOOL. ASOCIAL and DAISiCK will bo held m Mr J. Quujley's Grain Shed on WEDNESDAY, October 22nd, 1890, m dd of Children's Prize Fund. Commence it 8 p.m. Admission, 2s tid ; Ladies free, liefreshments provided. 10 92 —GRAND— Fancy Fair. A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY of Fancy Goods, Dolls, Toys, Works of Art, Produce <«f all kinds, Live md Dead Stock, will be offered for sale n the TOWN HALL, SOUTH RAKAIA, ox THURSDAY, 23it» OCTOBER, 1890. The Committee of Ladies attending the Stalls will appear m Fancy Costumes. A number of Children m Fancy Dress «dll execute some fine old English Dances. Vocal and Instrumental Music. All Goods will be sold at very low srices. A Refreshment Stall, at which jvery seasonable delicacy may be jrociired. The Opening Ceremony will ;ake place at 12 noon. Admission—One shilling. Children, lalf price. By order of the Ladies Committee, C. A. 0. HARDY, Lo^lo9 Assistant Secretary. T7"EATING'S POWDER destroys j\- BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES, and all other insects, whilst juite harmless to domestic animals. In jxfcerminating Beetles the success of this powder is extraordinary. It is perfectly ;lean m application. See the article you purchase is "KEATING'S," as imitations are nokious and ineffectual. Sold m Tins, 6d, Is, and 2s 6d each, h} all jhemists. NOTICE is hereby given m pursuar.«; of the " Public Reserves Act, L 885," Cl. 5 and 6, that the Ashburtor Domain will be set apart for the Wile West Show on Monday, 27th inst., or which day charges will be male foi idmission thereto on the following scale, viz.:—For each adult, Two Shillings ; foi sach horse, One Shilling; and for eacl trap, One Shilling. D. THOMAS, Mayor. Ashburton, October 17th, 1890. 10*11! SCOTTISH QUARTETTE PARTY.Rehearsal, School of Music, 8 o'clocl sharp, Saturday night.—J. MacLeai Dunn. 10 11! "IjHOR SALE.—Lob of empty 800 JD Trunks.—Mitchell and Turner 10 11 R T. BULLOCK has received m structions from Mb Jambs Coughe: to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25th, T.S. 337, Moore street, containin £-a.ere, on which is erected Cottage, Stable, Workshop, an other buildings. This property fronts the main thorougl fare to Wakanui, and not far from tli business part of the town. Liberal Terms. Sale at 12 noon.. T. BULLOCK, 10*113 Auctioneer^ SATURDAY," OCTOBER 18th." MR. T. BULLOCK has receivt instructions to Sell by Pub! Auction at the Arcade, on the above dat On account and by order of the Mortgagee, n T.S. 644, Corner of Burnett ai Winter streets, near the Drill She on which is erected a 4-roomi Cottage. This is a very good sit Persons oh the look out for a barga aro invited to attend the Sale. At 12 Noon. ■■■■"" T. BULLOCK, Xot69 Auctioneer.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2546, 17 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2546, 17 October 1890

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