Public Notices. SHEEPSKIR BM.E. MY NEXT Auction Sale of Skins will be held at my Stores, West Street, Ashburton, on FRIDAY, 24TH OCTOBER. GEORGE JAMESON. 10§131 T. R. BLAND, Auctioneer, ° bOALE BLIGHT. ~Vir6W is the time to' Syringe the Trees IN with ■ LITTLE'S BLIGHT SPECIFIC. For Sale m quantities of One Pint and upwards. : GEORGTC JAMESON, 10J134 Ashburton i^nd Bakaia. ASHBOTITONCLUB AND MUTUAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. »TnHE Eleventh half-yearly Meeting of 1 Members will be held afc the Club Room on WEDNESDAY Evening, the 22nd insc, at 8 p.m. Business: To receive half-yearly Bal-ance-sheet and report, Election of officers and general. . 10 127 BY ORDER. ~" TOWN PROPERTY. " MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr A. J. Kelly to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, 25th OCTOBER, T.S. 709, Wills Street, with Cottage thereon. This property being so centrally situated should prove a very remunerative investment. Sale at 12 noon. *~ BULLOCK., 10§105 Auctioneer. UNION SITAM SHIP COMPANY, (LIMITED.) NOT_ICE' IN consequence of the Disorganisation of Shipping Labor, the Directors reurefc they are UNABLE TO ADVERTISE THE RUNNING OF STEAMERS AS USUAL. Intending PaSSENGERS and SHIP IPERS will receive ALL POSSIBLE INFORMATION at the Company'? Offices. GEORGE JAMESON, Agent, Ashburton ■
A N GRANGE TEA will be held m J_JL the Orange Hall, Ashburton, on November 3rd, 1890, to commemorate the anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot: Addresses will be delivered by the Rev. J. G. W. Ellis, G.M. oi the Middle Island, and other gentlemen. A dmission : Adults, Is 6d ; children, 6d. J. COCKBUBN, 10 135 Secretary.^ ~wool. wool: niHE UNDERSIGNED IS PRE- ± PARED TO MAKE LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES On the Coming Season's Clip of W 0 O L, FREE OP COMMISSION. INTEREST AT LOWEST CURRENT RATES. GROWERS have the Choice of Selling either at the ASHBURTON WOOL SALES, or m CHRISTCHUROH, or SHIPPING. ; I Shall Hold REGULAR SALES DURING THE SEASON, having arranged with the New Zealand Loan and Mbkoantile Agency Company, Limited, to act as my Financial Agents and Auctioneers. Every care and attention will be used iii displaying, properly lotting, classifying, and valuing the Wool. Aticouht Sales will be rendered by the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, with their usual promptitude.) WOOLPACKS, TWINE, etc., At Lowest Current Rates. John G. "Restell WOOL STORES, WEST STREET, ASHBURTON. 10§U8 . "~MR P" THOMAS ~~ ""clearing sale AT PARKIN'S OLD FARM, NEAR DROMORE, ON Wednesday, 29th October, 1890. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from the Manager of the National Mortgage Co., Christchurch, to Sell, by Public Auction on the Farm known as Parkin's, near Dromore, on WEDNESDAY, 29th OCTOBER, 1890, The) following Live and Dead Stock, viz:— 6 Draught HORSES, all good workers. -1 Light Harness MARE. IDray and Frame. 1 Tank Dray. Three Drays, all newly done up. 2 REAPERS AND BINDERS (McCormick). 1 Reaper and Binder (Horhsby). Horse Power and Chaffcutter. Five Double-Furrow Ploughs. Broadcast Grain and Turnip Sower. . Set Disc Harrows. ISet Tripod HARROWS. Two sets Tine Harrows Reid and Gray Grain DRILL. Reid and Gray ROLLER Stripper. Sdt of Scale 3. Old Iron. Swingle-trees and Chains. Blocks and tackle.' Machine fittings. •i (\ Sets HARNESS, and a large '"JL V/ qu*n^y °* usefu * sundries. Luncheon Provided. Sale at 12 o'clock """Td. THOMAS, 10*136 Ashburfcon.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2549, 21 October 1890
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