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NEW ZEALAND" VE^BKYA^'lium MISSIONS. s- ;TTE' ANNUAL SEIIYIC^S'm cm L. xiyctiou with the above, v.-ill i«.] vu r 1 1 tln-ougliout' the Ai?hburton'Circui'^JplX .. SUNDAY, October 19th, as follows :—' ,' Ashlnti-toh -11 a.m. ... Rev. J. N. Bufcdi ARhlmrum—o.3o p.m....Rev. R, S. Buni WiJlowby—ll a.m. „.Rpvß. S. Bum: WiCowby—(i.3op.m,; /.■. ..■"MriHafainj - Wnk-ftmii—ll nm. ... Mr Jone.« W:iknuui-0.3i) p.m. ... Jtov. J. N. Buttle Other plncos as per Circuit Pl.-m. Collodions m aid of the Home Missioi Fiunl. At 3 p.m. a spcci-il children's service m connection With the Weslc'van .Jubilee will bo conducted by the ttev. TJ. S 13unn. Parents and friends an* cordialJ] invited. Tlie offartory ..at. this fervic* will be devoted to the Jubilee Thanlvs giving Fund. Public liissionar'y Meetings wHll U held "as ' under :—x\shburton— Monday, October ■■ 20fcli • Waterton • Tuesday, October 21sf:; ' Wafcariiii - Wednesday October 22nd ; WJllowby —: Thursday, October 23rd.; Hinds—Friday, Octolror 24th ; Tiinvald arid GfeVhstreet to be arranged. All meetings to commence at 7.30 p.m. Addresses will be delivered by Ministers and Laymen. Collections will be made m aid of the Home Mission Fund .L_ _____ I 0 *9? ~FLEMINGTON PRESBYTERIAN ' CHURCH. THE ANNtTAL^TEA MEETING "WILT, TAKE PLACE ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21th,.,.----in the SCHOOLROOM, to bo followed by a Puhlic Meetitm m the CULIvCH, when addresses will bo duliv,-,red by i Ministers and others, and muMcal wlcc-tioiw-by UvOhoir. _..^._.__.i^ __—^i— r TENDKRS- are, invited for building a ! j Five Roomed kt Hinds, i noiir LiMiKJi-o. 1 Platw fW\ Sjiecificfttions at my olHce. Tenders .clost! on. hAIURJ)AV, ISfchinst., at Hoon. The lowest or ariv tend^i not nece>sarilv accepted. • ' . * R. BIRD, 10 70 Architect.,... T'ny'Sl^UUTON CALEDONIAN fOCIKTY'3 ANNUAL ! ' CONVERSAZIONE AND BALL T 1 T ILL be held m the Oddfellows' Hall W on ■ , ■' , "■ FEIDAY, 2*nr OCTOBER. To commence at 8 p.m. Tickets—Gentlemen 3.s ; Ladies, 2s. See posters, ■ . J. SBALY, gflS 1? , Hon. Secretary. :■■ •'■ ■■' .pvs?j THE AMERICAN TROTTI^H HORSE Blackivood Abdullah \ 1 ' HOSE excellent Stock can bo seen \\ all through the District wiltstsvnd this season at Owner's Stable and travel the Ashburton County. Terms—Season, £3 10s; guarantee, £5 ss; groomagc fee, sa. - For particulars apply. ( . 1 II; MUTTON, 10tG2 "" Groom m charge. ~aTl"s.6^~~~- •■■■' „ TO STAND AT KOLMAR F4RM, ; lyndhurst, and travel :the mkthven district, The Purbbiibu Clydesdalb Stallion YOUNG NEW STYLE. By Now Style, dam by Glenroy. ' New Style, bred by John Boag, Sire Young Banker (imp.), dam Marchioness I. For particulars and terms apply Groom m charge . Or S. COX, Manager Lyndh'urst. A^HBUKTcON^SS^ijR^iAKb PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE x THIRTEENTH Yf -„ ANNUAL jEXHIBITioN Stock, Implements, do., WILL 'be held at the COUNTY SALEYARDS, ASHBURTON, ■.• : ON ' • ■"■■■' FRTDAY, 31st OCTOBER 1890. ENTRIES close with the undersigned on FRIDAY, 24th OCTOBER. JNO. J. C. QUAIfE, Secretary. k*eat!ng;slpowderT KEATING'S POWDER. KEATING'S POWDER. KEATING'S POWDER. KEATINGVS POWDER. KEATING'S POWDER. FLEAS, KTLLS /-MOTHS, BEETLES, HARMLESS TO ANIMALS. HARMLESS TO ANIMALS. /-BUGS, FLEAS, - 1 KILLS {MOTBS, •; ( BEETLES, Mosquitoes, but is unrivalled m destroying FLEAS, BUGS, COCKROACHES, BEETLES, MOTHS m FURS, and every other species of insect. Sportsmen ApU find this invaluable for destroying fleas m their dogs, as also ladies for their pet dos;s. ■ .■■■■ ■■•■■■ The PUBLIC are CAUTIONED thai packages of the genuine, powder bear th,« autograph of THOMAS KEATING. Sold m Tins only. KEATING'S WORM TABLETS. KEATING'S WORM TABLETS. KEATING'S WORM TABLETS. A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both il appearanes and taste, furnishing amos agreeable method of administering thi only certain remedy for intestinal o: thhead worms. It is a perfectly safi and mild preparation, and is especially adapted for Children. Sold m Tins b; all 'Druggists. Proprietor, THOMAS KEATING, London.* TfiffSiTTO Ml:Uiuu<K&^| Will-known and 6uo- J^f|| 9PEOJAU3L c m <hMW'O Co"ru" T' c ll^^H^^^ €W« |MMll<i»wl. r W^^^r WEMB COITIULTATXOII. |r M fllri s n9LW«M**r*4

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

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

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