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Auction Sales. ■U/fKSSRS. ACLAND, CAMPBELL, & ]VI GO..have received instructions from the Trustees in the Estate'ol the late V. Buchlay, to Sell by Public Auction, the equity of redemption IN 113 AC R E s 113 RICH AGRICULTURAL LAND, Beta* Rural Sections -Nos. 8371 and 8390, Sale to take place at THE BAZAAR, ASHBURTON, On SATURDAY, JANUARY 3bd, 1880, At 12 o’clock. The above is a very Valuable Property, and is situated about three miles from the WINSLOW RAILWAY STATION, And is one of the Finest Sections in the LONGBEAOH ESTATE. About 80 acres are under cultivation. Crops- to be sold by auction or taken at a valuation, at the option of the purchasers. The land is all fenced and sub-divided. There is a Two-roomed. Cottage on the Vann. For full particulars apply to ACLAND, CAMPBELL, & CO., 285- Auctioneers. Public Notice. .V'j ;V*i J. E. Buchanan.& Co., :sAiUGTI<*>NEERS, Land*& Estate Agents, ASHBURTON. THE Proprietors wish to call attention to their " •' LAND’i AND' ESTATE DEPARTMENT. la this Department Farms can be Leased or Sold, and Stock, Plant, &c., valued for outgoing or incoming tenants. General: Business carefully executed: ..K'JGC.VAii •; Sales of Stock, Merchandise, and Genera Effects: are held every Saturday, at,the Auctioneers’ Rooms, y ' imi Yards adjoining. MR. BUCHANAN Attends the Ashburton and Tinwald Yards on Sale days, for the Sale of every , Description of Stock. Weekly' sales every Saturday, at 12.30. i:ov ■>:; Auction Booms and Yards Havelock .. Street. 37 THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN gUBSCBIBBRS in the Country are particularly-requested to communicate with the Publishers if their papers are not properly addressed. The number of Sub•cribexs has increased so rapidly that untstaken in giving orders as ■ to address and how to be scnt, the papers v .o v •. : may be left at the wrong place. All orders xxf **%--..* ■: ■. jrjn receive oar prompt attention. ANbDIXON, Proprietors. r«Q GUARDIAN, Psios TWOKSNCE, AN from the folloaiug Agents, who will receive orders;H. M. Jones ,E. A. Garnett K. Sando D. Williamson M. Gniuney M. Atkinson G. Leadley T. M—Jones & Co. J. Lsmbia Wm. Cox W. 0. Morgan Wi Harris J. , j.Stephens , C. E. Tomlinson , ?/Tisch Spread Eagle .'SWSSfe W. Hv Wake ... Ashton ... Mayfield [-Subscribers will plesae fill up lib, gjii hs jjbtaiaed from any or ,wU) also oblige «{ the order te ’■ subscriptions fJJDDIXOIf lib Pobuwwm The Trikhgle East Street East Street East Street Wakanni Seafield Wakanni Cre»l Seafield Kyle Rakaia AlfordForesi Winslow Westerfield Alford Forest Mount Sqmeis DM

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 40, 27 December 1879

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 40, 27 December 1879

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