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New Advertisements. Y. R. THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN (County Agricultural and Sporting Recorder) is a GAZETTE for all Notices under The Debtors and Creditors Acts. October 6, 1879. THE Undersigned has the following Properties TO _iET, with a purchas ing clause, or for sale on Liberal Terms of Payment:— ACRES unimproved Land, about 24 miles north of the Ashburton Township. Acres improved Farm, first-class land and well watered, situated on Longbeach. ACRES on the Ashburton Forks, fenced and improved, also well watered. ACRES partly improved and situated about three miles from the township. ACRES near the above, unimproved. ACRES partly improved, near Winslow. THOMAS BULLOCK. 453 203 197 137 67 50 137 THE WHEATSHEAF HOTEL, Wheatstone. GTT WILLCOCKS, the Proprietor of the above fine Hotel can now offer Acommodation which cannot be surpassed in any house in Canterbury, and wishes to inform his friends and the public generally that everything in his power will be done to make his patrons comfortable. The rooms are splendidly furnished and well ventilated. First-class Stabling and Paddocks in connection with the Hotel. Wines and Spirits of the Best Brands. G. H. WILLCOCKS, Proprietor, 138 Wheatsheaf Hotel. O. I^C. THE VICTORIAN LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES ARE OPENED, TANCRED STREET, ASHBURTON, Next St. Stephen’s Church, S. STEEL BEGS to announce to the public that he has taken the above Stables (late Bell’s Western Repository), which have been thoroughly renovated, and can now afford extensive accommodation for farmers and travellers. Good attendance guaranteed, and moderate charges. Saddle Horses and carriages on hire. u.~c. TINWALD FURNITURE DEPOT. QHARLES jg RAD E R CABINET MAKER, FURNITURE DEALER, &c. Venetian and other Blinds, Curtain Poles, Oxford and other Picture Frames made to order. Repairs Executed with Despatch. Note the Address— Great South Road, Tinwai,d, (Next to Mr. Prettejohn’s, Shoe Makoi 112 V. R. TENDERS FOR INLAND MAIL SERVICES FOR 1830. General Post Office, Wellington, 20th October, 1879. SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Chief Post Office, Christchurch, until Saturday, the 15th November proximo, for the conveyance of mails between the under-mentioned places for a period of one vear from the Ist January to the 31st December, 1880, both days inclusively. Postal District of Christchurch. 1. Ashburton and Longbeach, daily. 3. Barr Hill Post Office and nearest Railway Station, daily. 4, Rakaia and Barr Hdl, thrice weekly. 5. Methven Railway Station and Post Office, Alford Forest, daily. Contractors whose tenders may be accepted, must be prepared to carry out the services for which they tender according to the time-tables framed by the department, and which may be seen at the Post Offices from which the services start. Forms of tender, with the terms and conditions of contract, may be procured at any Post Office. No tender will be considered unless made on the printed form. Tenders are to be indorsed “ Tender for Mail Service No. ,” and addressed to the Postmaster-General, Wellington, and enclosed to the Chief Postmaster of the district to which the tender may specially refer. By order, W. GRAY, 155 Secretary. WANTED KNOWN —That the cheapest and neatest CARDS may be had at *he “GUARDIAN OFFICE.”

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 19, 8 November 1879

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 19, 8 November 1879

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