New Advertisements, r* SHEEP LOST. Lost from- Norton Farm, Seatield, on the 20th' November, 11 Sheep and 2 Lambs, —6 shorn and branded A.O. and; H. ;a,E ye and 1 Hogaets, unshorn,' and; brinded-L. Information of their wliereabqfttsdwi 1 he gladly received byJotfjss A Co.yßtucbors, Seafield. ~tr' V 261 are invited immediately for CUTTING, MAKING, STACKING, and THATCHING about 100 acres CLOVER HAY and 60 acres GRASS for seed at Wes ter field. 777a—246* CHARLES REED. EDWARD HARVESTER. TO close consignment, 2 of the above FOR SALE at a low, price. . , , This Machine his the simplest Binder in the market, and also Stage for handtying. EDWARD REECE, *243 Christchurch. SEALY BROS., Seedsmen and nurserymen, East Street, ASHBURTON. Farm, Garden, and Flower Seeds and Garden Requisites of every description at Lowest Rates. Nursery —Moore Street. 43*
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