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. CALEDONLKN'GATHERING. WEDNESDAY, 10th DECEMBER. 12.30 o’clock. ALFRED Received instructions from the Directors of the Caledonian Society to oubmit the foUowing privileges for pale for the Caledonian Gathering, to ho held on Friday, December 26th, in Mr. Hay T. Smith’s the- Gasworks : No. 1. Publican’s Booth a .<2 <3 t; Confectioners’ Booths , „ 4 Bight of Sports „ 5. Gates ~ 6. Programme of Sports. 276 ALFRED HARRISON, Auctioneer. J. E. Buchanan & Co., Land & Estate Agents, A S HB URTON. (Sorasp : *• THE Proprietors wish to call attentio to their LAND AND ESTATE DEPARTMENT. In this Depai&neni Farms can be Leased or Sold, and Stock, Plant, Ac., valued for outgoing or incoming tenants. General Land Business carefully exe-i cuted. ' rvj:a -"OY "i Sales of Stock, Merchandise, and Genera Effects are held every Saturday, at the Auctioneers’ Rooms, and Yards adjoining. , jjmaM/jjjrvT j j; TL, i MJL BUCHANAN Attends l&burtoti and Tinwald Tarda on Sale days, for the Sale of every j ofetak., , j WEEKLY HAIJBB EVERY SATXJB- " DAY, at 12.30. Auction Rooms and Yards Havelock Street. 37 'IV-AV/ UOV AI BufaMgs Notices. —..KJITaOT TINWALD FURNITURE DEPOT. 0 HAR L E S .aiiT TA.JJ BADER CABINET MAKER, FURNITURE t See* Venetian and other Blinds, Curtain Poles, Oxford and other Picture / Frames made to order. UsMiM Exboutbd with Despatch. Note the Address — Gkxat Sooth-Road, Thtw*x,d, /Next to Mr. Ftettejohn’s, Shoe Mike) ) .... it} BUTCHERS, BAKERS, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANTS, NORTONA'JfARIf'A SRAFIELD. ‘ JONES AND CO., Norton Farm, Seatl>«esica «»gtt»eir patrons , for the hearty support accoraed to theip, since Norton farm ' was opened as a j General Store,;] assuring Rustoaien that their "interest will ' always have first consideration at the hands of the advertisers. . •. jmi mm Jonbsavd Co. beg to inform them friends and the public in the Seafield and neighboring districts’, that their Bread, /IlftlfyftnffJltoi&CterteSriß&eltheioltowing routes on the days given below : Seafield to Kyle, and Acton—Wednesdays. ■ Seafiatff’toWal&hdirHbm&tesd, Wakamii School, and Creek, hack by Christie’s Rood—Tkdksdats. Seafield* to North Seafield, Charing Cross, Dundas, Cambridge, returning by Pkmear Road— Fridays. In view of the Harvest, orders for a*A tendance of the Cart may be left at the/ Store, Norton Fnm, Seafield ; Wakanui OA — l Mr. Qinney; with Mr. Mid with Mr Brown, ft, JONES AND Oft.lfoßTON FARM, Sunni). Borcmess, Bum, Omnui. Stork * ““FfTr 0 * AND 4>ASOH v-J Kir 672 a

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 33, 11 December 1879

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