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New Advertisements. SATURDAY, 31st. JAKUARY, 1 o’clock. A LFRED HARRISON has received .YA. instruction j from the ownc-v to sell by public auction, at his Rooms on above date— TOWN SECTION No. 117, situated on Moore street, with 4-roomed HOUSE situated thereon. The section is most centrally situated, and the house, but lately built, is well finished, papered, and lined throughout ; Leamington range, registered stove, and other improvements. The above can be recommended as a splendid investment. Terms at Sale. 1 o’clock. I ALFRED HARRISON, ■ 435 g Auctioneer. | SATURDAY, 7th FEBRUARY, At 1 o’clock. By Order of the Mortgagee. ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions from the Mortgagee to sell by Public Auction, at his rooms, on above date, TOWN SECTION No. 467, Havelock street. Comment upon this valuable property is unnecessary. Situated in the centre of the town, and well adapted for a business site or private dwelling. For absolute sale. Terms very liberal. SATURDAY, 7th FEBRUARY, 1 o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON, 453a-995a Auctioneer, THURSDAY, sth FEBRUARY. CLEARING OUT SALE. To Engineers, Wheelwrights, Blacksmiths, Farmers, Contractors, and others. VfESSRS. EDMISTON BROS. AND iVi GUNDRY have been favored with instructions from Mr. J. R. Steel to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, On his premises, Burnett and Tancred Streets, ON THURSDAY, sth FEBRUARY, The -whole of his valuable ENGINEERING, BLACKSMITH’S, AND WHEELWRIGHT’S TOOLS, Consisting of 1 Self-acting screw-cutting lathe 3 pairs bellows, 2 anvils, 2 pairs vj r ces Drilling machine, stocks and dies, Tire irons Tongs, swages, punches, mandrills, bolsters Hammers, Ac., Ac., Wheeltireing plate 3 iron chimneys 1 set rollers, for pipe bending. Also, Sundry lot of Iron, Ladders, Wheelbarrow, and Harness, of various kinds. Terms at Sale Sale to commence at 11 o’clock sharp. A good Lunch provided. EDMISTON BROS & GUNDRY. 4490 Auctioneers. THURSDAY, sth FEBRUARY. In the Estate of John Robb. Messrs, edmiston bros. & GUNDRY will offer for sale at the same time and place as the above (by order of Mr. F. Pavitt, trustee in the estate of John Robb, and by kind permission of Mr. Steel), The Trustee’s interest in the Lease of T.S. 131, Ashburton, with large iron building thereon (150 ft x 30ft.) This section is situated at the corner of West and Tancred streets, opposite the Union Bank of Australia, and would make a capital grain shed. Also, 1 Vertical drill 1 Foundry blast Belting, shafts, pullies drc., ifec., Ac. Terms at sale. Sale a 11 a.m. EDMISTON BROS. & GUNDRY, 450 g Auctioneers. Business Notices. WOOD’S REAPERS AND BINDERS. THE undersigned is prepared to BECEIYE ORDERS for the above., F. PAVITT, Ashburton. Agent for John Anderson, 983a —442 g Canterbury Foundry. TOTARA ! TOTARA ! ! TOTARA !! ! NOTICE. To'members of County Councils, Road Boards, Contractors, and others. THE undersigned desires to notify that he is prepared to supply SAWN TOTARA (or Black Pine) for Bridges, Culverts, Slabbing wells, or other purposes, of any dimensions, and in large or small quantities to suit customers, ALPHEUS HAYES, Timber Merchant, East street, Ashburton. N.B. —Building Timber, Firewood, Stakes, &c., now on sale at the yards, East street, near Railway station, at lowest current rates, or can he delivered at any station along the line direct from the mills. Firewood by the truck-load at greatly reduced prices. 967a*-—4l3g BROWN PAPER, strong, and large sheets, at per lb. WEEKS AND DIXON, Stationers, East street North (near the Railwry Station), Ashburton.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 55, 31 January 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 55, 31 January 1880

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