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68, was tound dead in bed yesterday. The latter was living by himself, antl an inquest will bo held on the body. 'JThtß Ma!!*, VVeixixoton, October 29. The Mariposa, with the English .instils of the 4th inst. loft San Francisco for Auckland on the 18th, contract date. The Zealandia with colonial maik of the 6th insfc. arrived at Sari Fiancisca from Auckland on tha 27th, two days late. , .?■ fr«»tinjr to I>i»£«»wiieir>« Li'i'TBLToN, October 29. Mr J. B. Hill was fined forty shilling:! t j-day for allowing his greyhound to kill a terrier' in the isstreet belonging to Adelaide GainJ v , ti ; THE ELECTORS ' ■ OF the Ashbuitoh District are invited not to "pledge their Votes until tliey have heard the views of all Canclidates coming before them. ; 10 17j) "SA'TtjJRDAY, NOVEMBERTst. UNDER BILL OF SALE. ; MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from the holder of the. bill of Saie to Sell by, Public Auction at the Arcade on the above date, A DraughtMARESandGELDINGS A tr .5 to 7 years old. > tt Double Furrow PLOUGH. Farm DRAY. Quantity of Harness and Sundries. Sale at 12 noon. ■"■■■ ' ",":■ TJ BULLOCK, ; 10ij173 Auctioneer.^ _1 1 MILES; A^D:CU. SATURDAY, Ist. NOVEMBER, i MESSRS MILES & CO. are iiv Btructed to sell by Public Auction on ' ; »A. rJOVELjyAJY- 2N.EaXT. ■ Rural Sections 27793, 27722, containing 495 Acres 4:95 .situated oa the Maroniin rd;id about 6 uiiks from Tiuwald. . UPSET PRICJ „. ; Xliix-ty' Sliilliiigrsi'Pol' Acre Tiie sale will be hcH iv Ma-G. Jasij:sdn's, Wool Stores, West Street, Ashburtou at 2 o'clock. , J. T. FORD, Auctioneer, ; 10*172 GJilO. JAMESON, Agent. _

" ENTERTAINMENTS, &C. "ODDFEL LC)W S ' HA LL. "" LErJHEE AXrj DIRfeOTOK, : - MR OHAS. CftARMNGTON. \ FKIDAY, OCiOBEE 31st, ONE NIGHT ONLY. Show ISlftlit. SSliow ISinrhfc First and only appearance in Ashburton, MISS .IANKT ACHURCH. : MISS J ANET ACfIUROH. MJ SS JANET A CHURCH. { HE celebrated young English Trnge-r. 1 dienne supported by a Powerful Company of English and Australian Artists, including MR HERBERT FLEMMING, ; Miss Alice Norton Mr,H. Chichester Miss Helen Kinniird Mr H. Power ■ Miss Marie Brookas Bit R. E. Watson Miss StellaDarbyshire Mr Brian England Miss Rose Hawthorne 1 Mr H. Hines XV.D Mr Chas. Charring ton, The Popular London Ac; or. FRIDAY, OCTOKEB 31 POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY. Mark Quinton's celebrawl emotional Drama , ! IN Hi S PO W EB, IN HIS POW ER, Full particulars in future advertisement Business Mana-ci, W. H. MANNiNG10^16 1 ■ ' ■ ■ . ■ ■•» -~ GEORGE JAMESON SATURDAY, Ist NOVEMBER. I "AM instructed .-to sell by Public Auction (in conjunction with %"Bvxjmck) on ; SATURDAY NEXT, ; -I Q Young HACKS (broken and' I O unbroken) from the Coldstreim' Station.. ' THE SALE : WILL B)B HELD IN BULLOCK'S ARCADE, at 12 o'clock. , : GEO. JAMESON. J. It. BLAND, 101169 Auctioneer.

UNDER BILL OF SALE. TV THOMAS (in conjunction with JU^« Mr T. Bollock) 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, 1800, at 1 o'clock p.m., the following Live and Dead Stock, viz., r? Draught HORSES, good workers. Q Double furrow PLOUGHS. n Sets HARNESS. Q DRATS and FRAMES. ■& ' ■ ■■• McCormick TWINE BINDER. n Leaf HARROWS. Tip CART. Portable WHARE. Eight HORSE COVERS. Seed SOWER, and SUNDRIES. No Reserve. D THOMAS, 10}162 Auctioneer. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SHOW, 31st OCTOBER. "OASSENGERS can leave Ashburton JL for the Saleyards siding (opposite to the Show grounds) at 11 a.m., and return at 5.15 p.m. Return fares, :<>d, first-class ; 4d, second. The Utter train will go through to Timaru, leaving Ash - burton at 5 35 p.m., and running 1 hour 50 minutv. htev than the times of the 3.45 p.m. tram on Tuesdays,. Thursdays, and Saturdays. There will be a train from Timaru to Ashburton at 11.55 a.m., as on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. The train from Ashburton to Mount Somers wilLstart at 5.45 p.m., and run 1 hour 20 minutes later than time table times.:" ■' ' : ■■; .■ ■ "., ,■: ':• ■; ' The 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. trains from Christchurch, and the 3.40 p.m. train for ChriKtchurch, will stop at tho Saleyarils siding for convenience of passengers, if required. Ordinary return fares. Passengers from North of Ashburton for the Saleyards siding must book to Ashburton. 10 15 BY ORDER,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2556, 29 October 1890

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