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■ JOHN OSB & CO,, ■■ IBOJSMONGEES AND GENEEAL IMI'OETERS. HAVE in Stock and to arrive a Large and Complete Assortment of English and American HARDWARE in all its Branches. ; •All the Leading Brands direct from the Manufacturers. —A Large Stock to select from— ■_ m- nwm¥a TURKEY STONE, Marking Oil, Raddle, Ink Powder, Brush wre, i>nw»™ and General Furnishing Goods ; FILTERS, Churns, and Milk Pans^ Axles and Springs; Oils, Paints, Colors'. Varnishes, Paper Hangings ; * encmg i v Wire, iStaplds and Standards, Wire Netting, Spades and Forks r r Carpenters .and Blacksmiths' Took, &c. Pnmps, Galvanised and Black, Iron ripe, ana Filtings, always on Stock. , '. „ i—-««j English and Colonial Ranges, Stoves and Colonial Ovens, Fenders ana Fireirons, Lamps, Lampware, and every requisite for the Station, JJarm, or Cottage. , . Perforated Zinc for Threshing Machines, from 1-16 to | mesh. ■ SPECIALTIES. Table and Pocket Cutlery, Electro-Plated Ware, Guns, Revolvers, AmtnumS tion, and all Sporting requisites in great variety. '• , ■•? T ; DENTS UNDERTAKEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF GOODS ON MOST REASONABLE TERMS. JOHN" QBK &__g<kr-^ "lIRTHS 1 WiLD WEST COMBIHED SHOWS. ! OWING to their Great Success in Christchurch. the proprietors have decided to prolong their Season for Twelve Nights, opening here on jyr'b it ib jL .tzv . isro-sr v io For positively ONE DAY ONLY. Afternoon, at 2.30 .; Night,-at 8. Location—Wakanui Road, next Central Hotel. DIRECT FROM AMERICA. Mil 1> WEST COMMIT K» SH OH¥B DOUBLE CIRCUS COMPANY. Roman Hippodrome and Wild West Exhibition. After a successful season M three weeks in Christchuroh. Mammoth Five Pole Tent, the largest ever used m AUs, tralasia. Lrilliantly litrhted with gas specially laid on. POPULAR ."PBICES. 4s and 2s. SPECIAL. SPECIAL. SPECIAL. . T GRAND OPEN AIR CARNIVAL. Ashburton Domain at 2.30, on MondftJ, UfOTeillfoer IO Roman Sports Cowboys riding Wild Steers and Horses. Lariat Throwing by Cowgirls, andCrwboys 'Tamini? Wild Horses and Steers . : ! General price of admission ... 2s. • ! t Don't forget our ppening date—N OVEM BE R 10. , 10 :i93 " ' ■"■>" v-" JAMES HUGO, Advance Agent. !

T7~EATING'S POWDER destroys | .JX. BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES, and all other insects, whilst Squice harmless to domestic animals. In exterminating Beetles the success of this powder is extraordinary. It is perfectly clean in . application. Sco the article you purchase is UKEATING?S;* as imitations are nokious and ineffectual. Sold n Tins, 6d, Is, and 2s 6cl each, bj al ihemists. _ TtASHBURTON RIFLE, CLUB. : N O T I C E. ALL Rifles must be in at the Caretaker's for the half yearly Inapecion by the 4th of November. Fines enforced if not in. C. CHAPMAN 10 186 Secretary. VEGETABLE SEEDS. EARLY SEED POT TOES,— Including "THE BEAUTY OF BATH," Which last season produced on Mr ; Doherty's land, Tinwald, the enormous yield of something over SEVENTEEN TONS PER ACRE. FFTY Pounds (501bs) of '' The Beauty of Bath" Seed produced thirteen and three-quarter Bags of Superb 1 Potatoes. A. W. RANDELL FRUITGROWEK, &c, A S H B IT RTON. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT GROVE FARM, TINWALD, The Thoroughbred Horse, Perkin Warbeck 11, By Perkin Warbeck (imp), dam Miss Kate ! (imp), the dam of Antelope, Sultan, and/ Prime Warden. For full pedigree see cards. For further particulars apply Groom in charge, or EDWARD GATES, Grove Farm, Tinwald. TO STAND THIS SEASON. The Thoroughbred Hors© Maeillectthean Will stand in Ashburton, and Travel the Surrounding Districts this Season.* MACILLEATHEAN is a handsome dark brown or black horse, and stands 16 hands high. He waa sot by the English Tim Whiffler out of Flying Scud, Flying Scud was a dark bay mare, bred in Victoria by Mr J. Harper in 1865, and was got by Fisherman. Tim Whiffler was scarcely ever beaten, and has won as many cups and handicaps as any other horse in England. He won the Chester Cup," and ran a dead heat with Buckstone for the Ascot Cup. Buckstone was another grand horse, and I 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 500 guineas aside, which he won in a canter. Tim Whiffler was the sire of BriseiSf who won the Melbourni 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 Musket's great success has been from Australian bred mares, for the descendants of the grand old Fisherman, viz., Martini-Henry, Nordenf eldt and Trentoa 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 foe, sa. For turns and-any further particulars apply to G, & W. SoBINSOIf 10 159 Proprietors, jftewlands.

FOR SALE, rnWELVE McCORMICK WIRE I. BINDERS. All in perfect working order. CHEAP. 10*144 FRIEDLANpER BROS. I - •_ : STEPHENS BROS MARKET HOUSE. ~T~N order to be enabled to solicit the favours of Stationholders and Farmers, we have just added to our stock POWDERED k LUMP RADDLE, RED, BLUE, & BLACK BRANDING OILS, RAW & BOILED OILS, TURKEY OIL STONES, | LAMPBLACK, Etc. i . . .. ■ • —ALSO THE NOTED— E.B.A. SHEEP SHEARS So well known, and admitted by all experienced shearers to be the best. We have also replenished our stocks in Watches, Clocks, Pocket Knives, Table Cutlery, Spoons, Pannikins, Billies, Kettles, Pots, Pans, Crockery, Straps, etc. All Orders by Post or otherwise promptly despatched. Satisfaction is our motto. STEPHENS BROS 'MARKET HOUSE, ASHBURTON In. SPARROW TAILOK AND MEN'S 'ME R C E R. CT". EAST BTBFKT.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2560, 3 November 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2560, 3 November 1890

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