Wants, &c. TO BAKERS. WANTED —A Second Hand for the Bakehouse and to Drive Cart.— Apply to E. TAYLOR, 494 a Saunders’ Buildings. IF the LUSTRE DRESS left at the Herald Office, and advertised some time since, is not claimed it will be sold to defray expenses. 495 a To Let. TO LET. fTIO MEET THE TIMES, I am pre- |_ pared to take a very low rental for Shops of mine, situated in Triangle and East street. T. BULLOCK. rnO LET, at a very low rental—Bakery, I together with Dwelling-house and i Shop, near the Post Office. . 3 93 a T’lOS. BULLOCK. TO LET, WITH A PURCHASING CLAUSE, OR FOR SALE, CHEAP, ACRES, 453 Which would make a very compact farm, situated at the back of Mr. Digby’s. Apply to THOMAS BULLOCK. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. rpO LET, 2000 ACRES ROLLING. Apply to SAUNDERS BROS., Ashburton, Charing Cross, or Seafield. ROLLING. 2000 ACRES T ° LET ’ in Lotß to suit Contractors. Apply at once to SAUNDERS BROTHERS, Ashburton, Charing Cross, or Seafield. 493 a TO LET, STATIONERS’ SHOP, recently occupied by Mr. J. Y. Wax’d. This Shop is fitted up in a very complete manner, and four comfortable dwelling rooms are attached. SAUNDERS BROS. For Sale. _ FOR SALE, i GRAIN STORE at South Ashburr\ ton. Apply to —B66a THOMAS BULLOCK. FOR SALE, A COMPACT FARM, well-watered, /\ and really first-class land of about tOO acres, situated on Lomrbeach Estate. For full particulars, apply to i THOMAS BULLOCK. FOR SALE, Cheap, or TO LET, with a Purchasing Clause, a FARM, of 137 Acres, partly improved, and situated about three and a half miles from the .Township. Apply to j c r THOMAS BULLOCK. FOR SALE, i NUMBER of Light and Draught HORSES. SAUNDERS BROS. Public Notices. NOTICE. T INWALD AND HIND HO TOWNSHIPS. PE PURCHASERS of the undermentioned Sections in the above-named Townships are hereby requested to pay balances of purchase-money, together with interest thereon to the undersigned without delay. Tinwald Sections. Nos. 2,19, 20, 2G, 46, 69, 89, 90, 123, 136, 147, 153, 155, 165, 179, 182, 183, 220, 221, 234, 248, 250, 253, 254, 277, 378, 379, 380, and 383. Hindhope Sections. Nos. 6, 11, 16, 20, 23, 27, 29, 47, 55, 68, 93, and 95.
ROBERT WILKIN & CO., Hereford Street, Christchurch. 492 a O T I C E. ESTATE OF F. DOHERTY. ALL Accounts due to the above estate must be paid forthwith Mr. Doherty, or they will be sued for without further notice. By order of the Trustees, D. CARO. 927 W. BROWNE. The Stud. 1879. TO STAND THIS SEASON. thoroughbred bay ooet, CAMDEN. CAMDEN is a bay colt, 16 hands 2 inches high, with beautiful symmetry and splendid action, aged 4 years ; bred by Mr. G. H. Lee. Camden is by Traducer, dam Jeu d’Esprit, by Peter Plat, dam Jessie, by Muleyson, dam Bay Camerton, out of Arab mare Muleyson, by Muley. The Arab mare was bred by Mr. Kiley, New South Wales, from an Arab mare imported by him. . . , Camden will travel the district of Ashburton. Teems: £5 sr. per mare, payable Ist Jaanuary, 1880 ; groomage fees, ss. payable on first service. , _ Good paddocks, 2s. per week. Every care taken but no responsibility. ROBERT LITTLE, 486 a Proprietor.
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 2, 30 September 1879
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