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11 <TR T. BULLOCK has received m ifX structions tromMBjAMEsCouGHEY. to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25th, T.S. 337, Moore street, containing 1-ftcre, on which is erected a Cottage, Stable, Workshop, and other buildings. This property fronts the main thoroughfare to Wakanui, and not far from the business part of the town. Liberal Terms. Sale, ,at 12 noon. ' T. BULLOCK, 10*113 'Auctioneer.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER Ist. Cottage and Section, East Belt. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr Gkoroh Vennables (on account of his leaving the district), to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER Ist., His Property on the East Belt,— Being Lot 67 and part of 66, about half an Acre, on which ib erect ed a Cottage of 4 rooms with Scullery, Shed, «!fcc, all m good order; very nice little property. The Section is planted with a number of full bearing fruit trees. The property is well situated near the Wakanm road. , Inspection invited. Sale at 12 Noon. T. BULLOCK, 10H56 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, NO /EMBER Ist. O A ACRES, Ashburton Forks. -I ACRE, Town Belt North. MR. T. BULLOCK las received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on the above date, On account and by order of the , , Mortgagees,— *„S. 4448, containing 20 Acres, Ashburton Forks, adjoining the properties of Messrs Sponcer and Ballance. This wao a very early selection. LOT 178, containing 1 Acre, fronhrflg the Town Belt North, uenr the Hospital. Easy Tfi'ms. Sale at 12 Noon. T. BULLOCK, 101155 : Auctioneer.

TENDERS. T^ENDETtS are.invited until 4 p.m. on I TUESDAY next for certain repairs and pain'ing for the Tinwald Temperance Hall Company, L*;tl. Specifications may be seen at Mr Hawkin's Store, Tinwald, and also at Mr Patchings, Ashburton. Tenders to be addressed to T. A. Williams, Chairman, Tinwald. .10 149 •rENDERS are invited for building a I Woolshed at Surrey Hills. Labour only. The plans and specifications may bo seen on application to Mr Bbaddell, Ashburton. Tenders to be .sent m by the 25th. EDWARD G. BRIGHT. 16th October, 1300. 10 104 4 \ / ANTED Ttjiidersfor clearing Forty \ V Acres Swamp. For particulars apply on Reserve 1110, Hinds. Tenders accepted THURSDAY, 30th inst. R. B. LUSCOMBE, 10 153 Willowby.

FOR SAL'S. ! AFirst-cWs fire proof bafe, quite new, with two drawers. Will be sold a L j less than cost price, as owner has no funhcr use for it. Apply A.8., Mail Office. 10 140

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of Mr John Hmry are respectfully informed that the Funeral of his late beloved^ wife, Maeoakkt, will move from his residence, Commercial Hotel, on SATURDAY, the 25th inst., at 10.30 o'clock, for the Catholic Church, en ioute for th« Ashburton Cemetery. BAKER BROS., 10 148 Untlei takers.

A GENERAL MEETING of Members of the People's Political Association,will be held m the Oddfellows' Hall (back room) on SATURDAY, October 25th, at 8 p.m. Business—To consider the selection of a Candidate. A full attendance is necessary. 10§150

TO THE ELECTORS OF ASHBURTON. /~1 ENTLEMEN,— Having been requested by many of the Electors of this District to offer myself as a Candidate to represent your interests m Parliament, I have much pleasure m placing my services at your disposal. I will arrange at an early'date to address you at every convenient centre of population throughout the District. i I have the honor to be Your Obedient Servant, 16 147 EDWARD G. WRIGHT. ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION Stock, Implements, <&c, WILL be held afc the COUNTY SALEYARDS, ASHBURTON, OK FRIDAY, 3 Ist OCTOBER 1890. ENTRIES close with the undersigned on FRIDAY, 24th OCTOBER. «TNO .T 0. QUAKE, Secretary. "VTOTICE is hereby given In pursuance _i\ of the "Public Reserves Act, 1885," Cl. 5 And 6, that the Ashburton Domain will be set apart for the Wild West Show on Monday, 27th inst., on which day charges will be male for admission thereto on the following scale, viz.:—For each adult, Two Shillings ; for each horse, One Shilling ; and for each trap, One Shilling. ■ D.THOMAS, Mayor. Aahburton, Octobw 17th, 1890. 10*110

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2552, 24 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2552, 24 October 1890

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