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! Public Notices • TX/ESLEIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL W ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26th. Preacher : Ret. .T. Taylor, of Durham Street, Christchurch. Attractive singing with orchestral accompaniments. Tea and Floral Concert TUESDAY, October 28th. Original and effective programme; 10310 AN ORANGE TEA will be held m the Orange Hall, Ash burton, on November 4th, 1890, to commemorate thg I anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot^ I Addresses will be delivertd by the Rev, *J. G. W. Eixia, G.M, ol the Middle I Island, and other gentlemen. I Admission : Adults, Is 6d ; children, I 6d. , J. COOKBURN, 110^135 Secretary. ASHBURTON ELECTION. .; MB C. W. FUBNEIJj I "Will Address the Electors I at the I ODDFELLOWS' HALL, I on . I TUESDAY, 28th OCTOBER, I At 8 p.m. I 10 Jf>2 I TO THE ELECTORS OF I ASHBURTON. , i I p ENTLEMEN,"~~: ; ' ■, ... ■ I Having been requested by nanny I of the Electors of this District io offer I myself aa a Candidate to represent your I interests m Parliament, I, have much I pleasure m placing my services At your disposal. I will arrange at an early'dato to address you at every convenient centre of population throughout the District. I hare the hone* to be Your Obedient Servant, 10 147 EDWARD G. WRIGHT. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. TIMARU AGRICULTURAL SHOW AND RACES, OCTOBER 28th to 30th. CHEAP DAY EXCURSION, 29-rn. ON the 20th inst.,! Excursion Tickets to Timartt will be issued at Ashburton at 6s 6d first-class,. 4s Gd second, for the first ordinary train, which will be altered as under, and will be available for return by a train leaving Timaru foi Ashburton at 5.35 p.m. same day. The Tickets will be available only by these trains. The first train to Timaru will -leave; Ashburton at 10.19 a.m. instead of 10.59 a.m. on the 29th, and will be due from Tinwald at 10.27, Window 10.37, Hinds 10.51, Rangitata 1 11.20, stopping at fl,i« stations if required, arriving at Timaru afc 12.30 p.m. This train will not work, goods traffic. On the s;ime day the afternoon train from Timaru to Orari will run through to Ashburton, leaving Timaru at 5.35 p.m., and arriving afc Ashburton at 8.20 p.m., stopping where required to set down passengers. Return Tickets obtainable at all stations. 10§129 BY ORDER; MR D THUMAS ' ' '■■ '"" . i UNDER BILL OF SALE. D THOMAS (m corijunctloii with, • Mr T. Bullock) has received instructions from the Holder of the Bill | of Sale to Sell by Public Auction at BULLOCK'S ARCADE, ASHBURTON, ON SATURDAY, Ist NOVEMBER, 1890, at 1 o'clock p.m., the following Live and Dead Stock, viz.,? f7 Draught HORSES, good workers* O Double-furrow PLOUGHS* ' ,■■ : 17 Sets HARNESS. ' C\ DRAYS and FRAMES; McCormick TWINE BINDER. £» Leaf HARROWS. Tip CART. Portable WHARI. Eight HORSE COVERS. Seed SOWER, and SUNDRIES. No Reserve. ; j D? THOMAS, 101162 Auctioneer. CLEARING SALfe 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, 1800, Then following Live and Dead Stock, viz :— 6 Draught HORSES, all good workers. -I Light Harness MARE. IDray and Frame. 1 Tank Dray. Three Drays, all newly done up. t v REAPERS AND BINDERS (McCormick). 1 Reaperand Binder (Hornsby). Horse Power and Chaftcutter. Five .: Double-Furrow Ploughs. Broadcast Grain find Turnip Sower. Set Disc Harrows. ISefc Tripod HARROWS. Two; sets Tirie Harrows ; Reid and Gray Grain DRILL. Beid Mid Gray ROLLER Stripper. Set of Scales. Old Iron. Swingle-trees and Chains. Blocks and tackle. Machine Fittings, ; ; -t f\ Sets HARNESS, and a large _L \) quantity of useful sundries. Luncheon Provided. , Sal« at 12 o'clock' mm"v. THOMAS, . * Ashburtoiw

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2553, 25 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2553, 25 October 1890

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