Pebbona.l.—Mr K. Alcorn leases for the North Island to-day on a holiday trip to the Botorua district.—Mr R. Friedlander was able to attend the stock sals to-day, but it will be some time before he will regain full use of his injured leg. Timber Sale.—-Messrs Friedlander Bros, Limited, sold a large quantity of secondhand timber and iron adjacent to their ' Tinwald grain stores, this afternoon. Bid- . ding was brisk, and the entry was quickly disposed of at prices in keeping with the quality of the artiole offered. The County Bbass Band.—The Ashburton County Brass Band has decided to shortly inaugurate an instruction class for young players, with a view to training recruits for the Band. Further particulars will be advertised in a few days. The Grigg Mbhobial.—Mr C. Kitson, of the Christchurch School of Art, is making very good progress with the statue of the late Mr J»hn Grigg, which will be placed in Baring Square. The pedestal ib practically finished, and the figure is now being oarved.. It will be a few months before the work is completed. STANDISH AND PREECE Adopt all the latest styles and processes in photography. The "'sitting" a pleasure, not an ordeal. Ernest Preece, operator, 213 High Street Christohuroh
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6571, 16 May 1905
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