PUBLIC NOTICES. ASHBUR'ION AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL SHOW 18th nnd 19th MARCH. ENTRIES CLOSE TO-MORROW. T ATE Specials: .£1 first, JOs second, -^ for best Shod Draught Horse. .Co first, £2 2s second, £1 Is third, for best turned-out Mounted Territorial. 10s first, 5s second, for best Swede Turnips ; £1 Is for the best foal by* Royal Premier. J. B. CHRISTIAN, 2 429 Secretary. NOTICE TO FRUIT GROWERS. ~V^7E have pleasure in advising that tV MR E. H. HATFIELD, of Melbourne (Chief of Spraying Oil Department), who is recognised as. an expert on Fruit Growing, will give an AD- ' DRESS to Fruit Growers, in'DR. HUNTER'S ORCHARD, which has been lent by kind 'permission, on THURSDAY AFTERNOON, March 5, commencing at 2.30 p.m. ' This .Address will be of great- interest to all who grow Fruit, whether for Market or Private use, and if desired a practical illustration of Pruning will be'given. , - A cordial invitation is extended to all. VACUUM OIL CO. PROPTY, LTD. 3 5 ESTATE CHARLES EDWARD THOMAS (Deceased). I ■ ' IT is requested that any Claim upon the above Estate be, lodged, in duplicate with the undorsigiK&Ll-bn or before" WEDNESDAY, March 4; 1914, with a certificate 'attached certifying that the amount was duo and owing at the date of death,, namely, 11th February, 1914. WALTER PJOKLES AND CO., 2 350 50 West Street, Ashburton. TECHNICAL SCHOOL. ART CRAFT CLASSES. TNCLFDING Repousse, Enamelling, JL Modelling, Stencilling, Sign and Ticket Writing, and Drawings. ■■■■■ Instructor—Stanley G. .Brister, late of GewerbeVschule, and K.B. Academic, Munich. ';' Intending , Students--,. please send names at once; all particulars from A. L. MOORE, 2 388 "■;"■■ Director. ANAMA ROAD DISTRICT. mEN PER CENT. Additional will be '.-*- Charged, on all Rates UNPAID on March 18, 1914. . J. C. BELL, 3 1 Clerk to Anama Road Board. ■ ' ~7 " BUSINESS NOTICES. FURNITURE REMOVALS, MESSRS JACKSON and; CO.''beg" to intimate /that as they have instituted a regular Motor Lorry Service between Ashburton and Christchurch, they are prepared to undertake Furniture and Merchandise transport from Ashburton at the lowest possible rate. 2 432 J. JACKSON AND CO. ESTABLISHED 1885. To Farmers and Others about to Build. WE are prepared to submit Plans and Estimates for all Classes of Work. Town or Country. Good Workmanship. Charges Moderate. A Trial Solicited. T. HAVES AND SON, BUILDERS. 19 Burnett Street, (Near Drill Hall.) 2,377 CANTERBURY ROLLER FLOUR MILLS. Buyers of MILLING WHEAT. /~\FFICE in Arcade open Tuesdays >"' and Saturdays 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Once used Wheat Sacks on Hand. Telephone No. 75, 2 341
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914
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