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JOHN Ollt & CO, II OJS'MONGEBS AND GENEBAL IMPOBTEBS. HAVE in Stock and to arrive a Large and Complete Assortment of English and American HARDWARE in all its branches. > SHE EPS B: E A B S "AH the Leading Brands direct from the Manufacturers. —-A Large Stock to select from— TURKEY STONE, Marking Oil, Raddle, Ink Powder, Brush *are, Tinware and General Furnishing Goods ; FILTERS, Churns, and Milk Pans ; Axles and Springs ; Oils, Paints, Colors. Varnishes, Paper Hangings ; Fencing Wire, Staples and Standards, Wire Netting, Spades and Forks • Carpenters and Blacksmiths* Tools, &c. Pumps, Galvanised and Black, Iron Pipe and Filtings, always on Stock. • , English and "Colonial Ranges, Stoves: and Colonial ; Qyens, and Fireirona, Lamps, Lampware, and every requisite for the Station/ Farm, or Cottage. Perforated Zinc for Threshing Machines, from 1-16 to | mesh. S P E CIA L T lES, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Eleritro-Plated Ware, Guns, Revolvers, Ammuni tion, and all Sporting requisites in great variety. DENTS UNDERTAKEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF GOODS ON MOST REASONABLE TERMS. :.j -b.n" o.hk" & co.

T7~EA.TING'S POWDER destroys JIA. -BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, , BVMTLJiS, and all other insect*, whilst quite liarinlßhn to doirtostic animals. In \ oKxenninating Beetles the SHCcei>s of this powder is ■ extraordinary. It is perfectly clean in application 1. See the. article you purchase is " KEATING'S,'* as'imitations aro nokioua and ineffectual. Sold in Tins, fid, Is, a'.ul 2s (id e-ich, bj al hemi.sts. ■, L-_i_jLL _ TO STAND THIS SEASON. The Thoroughbred Horse Macilleathean Will stand in Ashburton, and Travel the Surrounding Districts this Season. "14 CACILLEATHEAN is a handsome J-tjL 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 mate; bred in Victoria by Mr J. Harper in 1865, and was got by Fisherman. • Tim Whiffler'was scarcely evfei* beaten, ( and has won as many cup's and liandwaps' as any other horse in Eng^aiid: He woli tlio Chester Cup, and ran a dead heat '•vith Buckstone for the Ascot Cup. Buckstone was another grand horse, and was famous not only for his dead heat he ran with Tim Whiffler for the Ascot Cup, but also for his match sigairist the Earl of Glasgow's Knqwsloy for 500 guineas aside, which ho; won in 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 ! study of the Stud Book will show that i Musket's great success has been from Australian bred mares, for the descend- V ants of the grandl old Fisherih4n,'.iViz t , > Martini-Henry, N6rdenfeldt aild Trenton are all descended from Fisherman on, the dam's side. " ' ' " '. .Season money due on January, Ist, 1891 ; guarantee'money due oh July lst,; 1891. Groomage fee, ss. For terms and any further particulars apply to I G. & W. BOBINSON, 10 159 Propfietbts, Newlahds. - -i

ODDFELLOWS' HALL. Lessee and Directok, MR CHAS. CHARRINGTON. Treasurer, MR JAS. E. KITTS. t , . TO-MOHROW, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st. TjIIRST Appearance in 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 great Drama IN HIS POWER, IN HI S POWE R, With the following casfc of Characters :— Eugene Scara ... MrChas.Charrington Herbert Graham ... Mr Herbert Fleming Re"ne Mr H. Chechester Dr. Cameron ... Mr Harry Power Mr Walker Mr R. E. Watson Johnson 'Mr Hines Mrs Walker ... Miss HelenKinniard And | Marie Graham ... Miss' Janet Achurch \ Produced under the sole direction of Mr Chas. Charrington. Box Office at Zander's, Tobacconist. Prices of admision—4a, 3s, and 2s. ' Doors open at 7 ; performance at 8. Buainese Manager, W. H. MANNING. ASHBURTON PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING ■:■■ ' '.■ : on i O HO W p\ A V ' i^how JJay In SALVATION ARMY. BARRACKS Tea on the Tabled from 4t6 7 o'clock. Tickets, Is 6cl; Children, Is. * Public meeting after to be addressed by Rev Mr Cocker, from England, Rev Potter, of Christchurch, also Revs Buttle, Gray, Sawle, Mr Twentyman, and Lieut. Salvation Army! > Anniversary Services oi} SUNDAY,. NOVEMBER 2, 1890, in.the Oddfellows' Hall. Morning, at 11 a.m., Revs Potter and Cocker; Afternoon, at 3 o'clock, Rev Cocker, from England ; Evening, at 6.30, Rev J. Potter, J. Cocker. All are cordially invited. 101173 ASHBURTON HuSPIT AL BOARD. TENDERS /FOR MAINTENANCE. mENDERS are invited for the Supply JL of meat, drugs, , groceries, etc., for one year for fche Ashburton Hospitals Specifications arc on view at the County Council's Offices, Ashburton, at which place tenders will bo received up to 11 a.m. on Monday, 10th November next. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By Order, P. 'MAINWARING, Clerk Octobea 27tlii 1890; i r 4017.6

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2558, 31 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2558, 31 October 1890

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