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Auction Sales. UNDER BILL OF SALE. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13xh. M essrs edmiston bros. and GUNDRY have received instructions to sell under Bill of Sale, at Mr. George Thompson’s farm, near Messrs. Gould and Cameron’s homestead— BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 13th, 3 Draught Mares, heavy in foal 1 Draught Gelding 1 Hack Mare 4 Horses Unbroken 1 Samuelson Reaper 2 D. F. Ploughs 1 Set Harrows, Dray and Frame, - Harness, Saddles, &c., &c. Sale at 1 o’clock. EDMISTON BROS., & GUNDRY, 3Glg—ll3o Auctioneers. THURSDAY, 15th JANUARY. FARM 3 ! FARMS ! FARMS ! AT CHERTSEY Of good Wheat-growing land, BY PUBLIC AUCTION. Messrs edmiston bros. & GUNDRY have received instructions from the Freeholder, to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION , At their Rooms, Bast street, on THURSDAY, 15th JANUARY, 22Q AURE FARM, j2B Adjoining the township of Chertscy all securely fenced and laid down in Turnips. Also, 274 A ° IIE farm, 247 Situated immediately opposite the above, and fenced with live fences, and a plantation of 50 chains of Blue Gum Trees. On the south-west side the land has all been ploughed, and sown with Turnips. These farms being in close proximity to Chertsey, will no doubt before long be eagerly sought after for building allotments. Terms Liberal.. Sale at 1.30. EDMISTON BROS. & GUNDRY, 36Gu Auctioneers. PRINCE ALBERT DINING ROOMS, (Close to Railway Station.) A GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR AN ENTERPRISING MAN. On SATURDAY, the 17th inst. At 12 o’clock. AT THE EXCHANGE, CHRISTCHURCH. MR. J. L. WILSON has received instructions from the owner to sell by Auction That fine New Block Building, known as the PRINCE ALBERT DINING ROOMS, Containing 40 rooms, WELL FURNISHED And WELL FITTED FOR A PRIVATE HOTEL. Terms easy. Also, 192 ACRES LAND, AT WAKANUI, UNDER CROP. J. L. WILSON, 3700 Auctioneer. EXPIRATION OF LEASE. ALFORD FOREST HOTEL. CLEARING SALE. Without Reserve. WEDNESDAY, 14th JANUARY. 12 o’clock sharp. ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions from Mr. W. C. Morgan, of the Alford Forest Hotel, to sell by Public Auction on the premises on the above date the whole of his STOCK-IN-TRADE, FURNITURE, AND EFFECTS, &0., &c., Comprising— A quantity of Wines, Spirits, Beer, &c. Also — Sitting Room, Dining Room, and Bedroom Furniture, being the contents of 20 rooms. Also— Bar Fittings, and quantity of sundries. For Absolute Sale. 12 o’clock sharp. ALFRED HARRISON, Auctioneer. 3G4g Ashburton. Borough Council Notices. ASHBURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY I HEREBY declare Mr Thomas .Bullock (being the only candidate nominated) duly elected to fill the vacancy in the Ashburton Borough Council caused by the resignation of Councillor James Campbell. CHARLES BRADDELL, Returning Officer. Borough Council Offices, Bth Jan., 1880, No. 24—917—372 g —in . THE ASHBURTON GUARDIANjgUBSCRIBERS in tho Country are particularly requested to communicate with the Publishers if their papers are not properly addressed. The number of Subscribers has increased so rapidly that unless great care is taken in giving orders as to address and how to be sent, the papers may be left at the wrong place. Ail orders, will receive ours prompt attention. WEEKS AND DIXON, Proprietors. October 13,1870.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 46, 10 January 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 46, 10 January 1880