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Public Notices I -■■ ■■' ' ,- ;iat-^- ; ;—- ---ODDFELLOWS' HALL. ! Lessee ano Director,- ,. MR CHAS. CHARRINGTON. I Tbbasurbb, I ' MR JAS. E. KITTS. to-moTmiow, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st. THIRST Appearance m Aehburton of MISS JANET ACHURCH. MISS JANET ACHURCH. MISS JANET ACHURCH. The celeberated young English Tragedienne. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st, FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY Mark Quinton's greafe emotional Drama IN HIS POf ER, IN HIS P 0 WE. R, With the following cast of Characters :— Eugene Scara „. Mr Chas. Charriiigfcon Herbert Graham > + . Mr Herbert Fleming R6ne ... „. Mr H. Chechester Dr. Cameron ... 'Mr Harry Power Mr Walker... ...... Mr R. E. Watson Johnson ... .... Mr Hines ;i Mrs Walksv ... Miss Helen Kinniard And ' Marie Graham ... Miss .Janet Achurch Produced under the sole direction of Mr Chas. Charrington. Box Oflice afc Zander's, Tobacconist. Prices of admision—4s, 3s, and 2i=. Doors open at 7 ; performance at 8. Business Manager, W.'H/MANNING. "VTOTICE is hereby given m pursuant« .X\| of the " Public Reserves Act, 1885," 01. 5, and 6, that the Ashburtoh Domnin will be set apart for th« Wild West Show on Monday, 10th November, on which day charges >vill be malo. for admission thereto-nn'tho following scale, v i z , : —jf o r each adult, Twit Shillings ; for each horse, • Oho Shilling ; and fur each trap, One Shilling. ' ■ . ■■: ■<■> - ; I). THOMAS,: , : ■■ ' < ; ' ■■■' May.-r. Ashburton, October 17th, 18130. io*llo PEOPEETT FOll BALE. TTTOUSE of Ei^'hfc rooms, Pantry, and JLJI Scullery. The rooms are large, lofty, and pleasant.. Also htablc, Trap House, etc. A never failing supply of pure water, with four acres of fivst-olass deep soil ;-one neve i.sin ,', f;uf]en trees and shrubs, the balance m grass. This property, has throe frontages, which means unearned increment m the near future. The only drawback to this property is the extreme salubrity of the air which tends to increase the provision account. Price LOW and terms rery easy. Apply to MR T. BULLOCK, Or on the .premises next to Seftly's Nursery, Carter's Terrace. 10+184 LOYAL TIN.WALI) LODGE, 1.0.0.F.M.U. HMIK ANNIVERSARY of the above _1_ Lodge, will be celebrated by a BA L L ON SHOW NIGHT, OCTOBER 31st., IN Till", TEMPLAR HALL. Tickets, 4s ; Ladies free. Refreshments Provided. Music by Mn H. Gates. _J?iHs_A ND co- '" SATURDAY, Ist NOVEMBER. MFSSRS MILES & CO. are instructed fco ticll hy Public Auction on SATURDAY INItiX.T Rural Sections 27793, 27722, containimt 495 Acres "495 situated on the Marmian road about 5 miles from Tinwald. UPSET PRICj: Xliwty Sliillin^s l 3ex* Acre The sale will be held m Mb G. Jameson's, Wool Stores, West Street, Ashburton at 2 o'clock. J. T. FORD, Auctioneer, 10*172 GEO. JAMESON, Agent. " in "bankruptcy^ ~~ IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District Court of Ashburton (being a Local Court of Bankruptcy), holden at Ashburton. In the matter of " The Bankruptcy Act, 1883," and the Acts amending the same, and of the bankruptcy of Henry William Felton, of Ashburton, Sergeant of Police, a Bankrupt. -r HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that a J. meeting of the creditors of the abovenamed bankrupt, to consider an application by him for his discharge, will be held m the District Courthouse, Ashburton, on FRIDAY, 7th clay of November, 1890, at 11 o'clock m tho forenoon. Dated this 30th day of October, 1890. J. C. BELL, Deputy Official Assignee. And notice is hereby further given that on SATURDAY, the 15th clay of November next, at 10 o'clock m the forenoon, or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard (such day being the day appointed by the Court for hearing such application) counsel on behalf of the above-named bankrupt will apply to the Court for his immediate and unconditional discharge under the said Acts. Dated this 30th day of October, 1890. JOHN A. CAYGILL, Solicitor, 10 JIBO Chrisfcchurch.

TO STAND THIS SEASON And Travel the Lauriston, Ashburton Forks and Ashburton Districts, The Purebred Clydesdale Stallion Prince Imperial This horse is a bright chestnut, rising four years, and stands over sixteen bands high, with great substance and bone and superior style of action. PRINCE IMPERIAL is by Royal Conqueror, datn Kate, by Major (imp), Royal Conqueror by Royal Conqueror (imp), his dam, Maggie (imp). Kate was bred by Mr George Poceck from Blossom, her sire, Lord Qlasgow. Major, the sire of Kate, ■was a. celebrated stallion, imported to Tasmania from England. Tkkms : Three or more mares, guarantee £3 10s each, or for season £2 10a each. One or two mares as per agreement; gnwmage fee, ss. Good grass paddocks for mares at Is 6d per week with every care, but no responsibility. For further particulars apply "J'orJU

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2557, 30 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2557, 30 October 1890