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Public Notices WANTED Tenders for clearing Forty Acres Swamp. For particulars apply on Reserve 1110, Hinds. Tender? accepted THURSDAY, 30th inst. R. B. LUSCOMBK, 10 153 Willowby. rpKNDERS are called for Renting ohe _L Oddfellows' Hall for Race Nights, Nov. 19th and 20th. Tenders to be sent to the undersigned by TUESDAY, tho 28th. ROBERT ELSTON, 10 166 ' " Lessee. J

TO THE ELECTORS OF ASHBUIITON. /^1 ENTLEMEN,— Having been requested by many of the Electors of this District lo 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 have the honor to be Your Obedient Servant, 10 147 EDWARD G. WRIGHT.

ASHBURTON ELECTIONMB C. W. PUBNELL Will Address the Electors at the ODDFELLOWS' HALL. •n TUESDAY, 28th OCTOBER, At 8 p.m. 10 152 "~~TOYAL TINWALD LOiJGI7~~ 1.0.0.F.M.U. rpHE ANNIVERSARY of tho above 'JL Lad;.;*, will be celebrated by a BALL ON SHOW NIGHT, OCTOBER 31st., IN THK TEMPLAR HALL. Tickets, 4s ; Ladies free. Refreshments Provide*!. Music by Mr H. Gate.-?.


TO STAND THIS SEASON. The Thoroughbred Horse Madlleathean Will stand m Ashburfcon, and Travel the Surrounding Districts' this Seneon. MACILLEATHEAN is a handsome dark brown or black horse, and stands 16 hands high. He was got by the English Tim Whiffler out of Flying Scud. Flying Scud was a dark bay mare, bred m Victoria by Mr J. Harper m 1865, and was got by Fisherman. Tim Whiffler was scarcely ever beaten, and has won as many cups and handicaps as any other horse m Eng]and. He won the Chester Cup, and ran a dead heat with Buckstone for the Ascot Cup. Buckstone was another grand horae, and was famous not only for his dead heat, he ran with Tim Whiffler for the Ascot Cup, but also for his match against the Earl of Glasgow's Knowsley for 600 guineas aside, which he won m a canter. Tim Whiffler was the sire of Briseis, who won the Melbourne Cup and Derby, and the dam of Macilleathean being by Fisherman shows his grand strain of blood, as a gtudy of the Stud Book will show that Musket's great success has been from Australian bred mares, for the descendants of the grand old Fisherman, viz., Martini-Henry, Nordenfeldt and Trenton are all descended from Fisherman on the dam's side. Season money due on January Ist, 1891; guarantee money due on July Ist, 1891. Groomage fee, ss. For terms and any further particulars apply to G. & W. ROBINSON, 10 159 Proprietors, Newlands. NOTICE. ' SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. "OURSUANT to the terms of the _L "Banks'and Bankers Act, 1880," and the " Banks and Bankers Act Amendment Act, 1882," FRIDAY, the 31st day of October, 1890, is hereby appointed a Special Bank Holiday at the Ashburton s»nd Rakaia offices of the undermentioned Banks. The Bank of Australasia, E. W. MORRAH, Inspector. The Union Bank of Australia, Limited, JOSEPH PALMER, Chief Officer for New Zealand. The Bank of New South Wales, \ W. G. RHIND, Inspector, The Bank of New Zealand, J. M. BUTT, 10 158 For the General Manager. tfN K^^TKAMSHIF COMPANY, (LIMITED.) NOTICE IN consequence of the Disorganisation of Shipping Labor, the Directors regret they are UNABLE TO ADVERTISE THK RUNNING OF STEAMERS AS USUAL. Intending PASSENGERS and SHIPPERS will receive ALL POSSIBLE INFORMATION at the Company's Offices, GEORGE JAMESON, Agent, Ashburfon, '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2554, 27 October 1890

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