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The Traffic Bridge Re-decking.— Owing to the mild nor'-west weather experienced yesterday, Uw snow on the ranges has been considerably reduced, and as a result thevAshbuvion river to-day was much swollen, while the water was in addition very dirty. Much difficulty is experienced in fording the river. The ford is far from being safe, but Mr W. Lindsay—an old and experienced hand in river fording—is in attendance, and renders every assistance to those desirous of orossing. The workmen are making good progress with the re-decking, but no definite date has been fixed for ro-opening the bridge. The victim of the recent railway accident \ at Hawerais dead.

Henry Stephenson Preliminary Advertisement, By Order of the Public Trustee in the Estate of Sarah Frisby, deceased. I WELL Sell by Public Auction the Property situated in Grey Street, comprising— QUARTER ACRE & DWELLING. Particulars and Date of Sale in Future Advertisement. HENRY STEPHENSON, 6 161 Auctioneer. Tenders, Tinwald Town Board. npENDERS are required not later than 4 X p.m. on FRIDAY, June 30th, 1905, for Excavating Side Channel along Graham's Road. A. A. FOOKS, 6 136 Surveyor to the Board. rpHTC Aehburton GOLF CLUB invite JL Tenders for the GRAZING (with Sheep only) of the inner portion of the Ash burton Racecourse .Reserve, containing 70 Acres. Particulars may be seen at the Borough Council Office, where Tenders will bo received till 11 o'clock Noon on SATURDAY, the 24th Insfc. A. A. FOOKS, 6 164 Hon. Secretary. Public Notices. ""TONIGHT. ODDFELLOW S' HALL. Ashburton Orchestral Society's Concert. Front Seats—2s. Back Seats—ls. Doors Opea—7.3o. R. STOCK, 6 ISS Hon. Sec. Educating the Morse. ■OROFESSOR T. LICHTWARK'S JL ENGAGEMENTS. Class Lessons—Rakaia, To-night, June I4fch, at 7.30 p m., Harvey's Smithy. Class Lessons—Chertsey, Friday, June 16th, at 7.30 p.m. An eight years' old mare, unbroken, will be educated ; kindly secured by Mr J. Stringfoilow, Class Lessons—Ashburton, Friedlander's Horse Bazaar, Saturday, June 17th, at 2 p.m. Class Ticket- £1 Is; will admit to all Lessons. 1 G 16(3 Canterbury Farmers' Association Freehold Dairy Farm. For Sale by Private Auction. At; TATTBESALL'S EOOM3, On SATURDAY, 17th JUNE, 1905. WE have received instructions from . Mr J. R. Flais, to sell as above m Acres, situated on the -Seadown, Two Miles from Creamery and School, together with six-roomed Dwelling-house Cow Byre ot 12 Stalls The property is subdivided into seven paddocks, and has good Orchard and Garden. Hour of Sale, 2.30 p.m. J. MUN DELL, G 110 Auctioneer. Wright, Stephenson & Co, THURSDAY, 15th JUNE, At 9 o'clock. THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF THE YEAR OF Pedigree Clydesdale Mares and Fillies, Colts and Geldings, Matched Carriage and Buggy Pairs, Spring Van and Spring Cart Horses, and Hacks and Light Harness Horses. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON & CO will hold their FOURTEENTH ANNUAL WINTER HORSE FAIR At the DUNEDIN SALEYARDS, On THURSDAY, 15th JUSTE, At 9 o'clock, When they will sell T Kr| MA^NIFICENTCLYDESJDALE MARES AND GELDINGS, COLTS AND FILLIES By several of the best Sires in Otago, and from many of the foremost breeders, viz :— Messrs Wm. Waddell, Waikaka Valley; Thomas Logan, Otama; John B. Blair Outram; J. A. Townsend, Waikouaiti; John Lindsay, Outram; W. and N. Beid. Outram ; Matthew Lee, Green Valley; R, Wallace, Tullyskearney; Thomas White, Ravelston; Wm. Hastie, Alianton; W. J. Eae, Waitapeka; David Yq,un#, Sandymount ; John Woods, Gore; E. Stevenson, Palmerston North; Wm. Baird, Invercargill; J. Shearing, Kelso; Chas. Cooper, Gore; Rush and Lilbourne, MiltoH; Thos. Hishop, Hillend; David Murray, Glenfalloch; Hugh Fraser, Palmerston; Jas. Dow, jum\, Newton; Jas. Brown, Arklestan; John Ford, Tahitika; E. J.Wright, Hillend; Wm. Robinson, Milton; Chas. Bi-onsell, Outram; John Drummond, Outram ; J. Mackenzie, Kennington, &c, &c. And on FRIDAY, 16th JUNE, the sale of Draughts will be concluded, and on its termination the auctioneers will offer by Public Auction Spring Van and Spring Cart Horses, Matched Carriage and Buggy Pairs, Hacks and Light Harness Horses. Also, On account of Mr David Murray (Glenfalloch), For Unreserved Sale, His First-class Clydesdale Stallion, CRAIGIEBURN. Sire Craigellachie, by Craigievar (imp); dam Flora Macdonald, by Lord Salisbury. On account of Mr Wm. Fitzgerald (Bal-. clutha), For Unreserved Sale, The famous English Hackney Stallion, MERRY STAUNTON. Entries now being received. 690 MM —MM—»——«—— ; ___ H. BUSHELL. T^ L O E I S T, FEUITERBR, GBEEN GROCEE & SEEDSMAN (Nest to Ashbnrton Club>. Notice to Insurers. ME G. 1L BUCHANAN, Solicitor, Burnett Street, Ashburton, has been appointed District Agent for the National Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of N.Z., vice Mr Chas. Braddell, deceased. W. M. JOYNT, 3 383 Manager, Canterbury, Branch MOKO, the Great COUGH CUEE The new apeoiflo for Coughs, Bronchitis, Colds on the Chest. Is 6d. Grocers and Chemists.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6595, 14 June 1905

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