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Edmistcn Bros. & GundryTHIS DAY. TO INVESTORS, SPECULATORS, P& OTHERS. BOSLDINO ALLOTMENTS, ADJOINING SAUNDERS’ MILL. FOR SALS WITHOUT EE SERVE. Messrs, edmiston bros. & GUNDRY, have received instructions from Mr. John Walsh to sell BY PUBLIC' AUCTION, At their Rooms, East street, On THURSDAY, 19th FEBRUARY, WITHOUT RESERVE. gf J BUILDING ALLOTMENTS g J Being a portion of his well known property adjoining the Mill. This property is situated a few minutes’ walk from the centre of the town, and being offered on EXCEPTIONALLY EASY TERMS, affords a favorable opportunity for mechanics and others, to acquire sections, as they will be sold WITHOUT RESERVE. Sale at 1.30 p.m. Terms small cash deposit; balance at 8 per cent, interest. EDMISTON BROS. & GUNDRY, 72c Auctioneers. Public Notices. '"'notice,,., ____ I will not be responsible for any DEBTS contracted by my wife after date, she having left my home of her own will. T. P. GLEE SON, Hinds River, Feb. 12, 1880. 504g-54c PUBLIC NOTICE OF OBJECTION TO THE WHOLE OF VALUATION LIST. TAKE NOTICE—The South Rakaia Road Board intend to OBJECT to the whole of the VALUATION LIST for South Rakaia Road district now open for inspection at Road Board office, South Rakaia, at the next sitting of the Assessment Court, for the said district, upon the ground that the rateable value of the properties therein named is greater than in the said list set forth. Dated this sth day of February, 1880. By order of the South Rakaia Road Boaid. A. MAKEIG, 497 G Clerk. V. R. DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTION, SUMNER, CANTERBURY. THE Government having secured suitable accommodation at Sumner, Canterbury, for the proposed Institution for the Education and Training of Deafmutes, Mr. and Mrs. Van Asch will he prepared to receive pupil boarders at the Institution on the Ist March, 1880. Full information may be obtained on application to the undersigned, or to the Secretaries of the several Education Boards. By order, JOHN HISLOP, Secretary. Education Department, Wellington, 2nd February, 1880. 4S5g REAPERS AND BINDERS. EMPLOYMENT for any number of machines. Apply 463 g SAUNDERS BROS. WILLIAM ADAMS, Accountant and General Commission Agent. W. A. lias started bnsines as above in the Cottage next Road Board Office, A sbburton. Tradesmens’ books kept, Accounts Rendered, Rents Collected, Letters Written, business or private, Contractors’ Partnership Accounts Adjusted. Charges Moderate. WILLIAM ADAMS, Next Road Board Office, 5120 Ashburton. TO~FARMERS, LIVERY STABLE KEEPERS, SPORTING MEN, AND OTHERS OWNING HORSES. GEORGE KIDD, Moore Street, BEGS to announce the fact that the PRICE for SHOEING hacks and light draught HORSES is now REDUCED to 7s. per set, and that all horses of this description will be specially attended to by himself. Horses liable to cut are shod on a principle of George Kidd’s own invention, which has proved an effectual cure for brushing. All kinds of blacksmith’s work, and repairs to agricultural machinery of any description done on the shortest notice. GEORGE KIDD, 175c-515g Moore street, Ashburton. GRAIN. ESSRS. ROYSE, STEAD, & CO. M are prepared to PUECHASE GrHAIN or to make ADVANCES ON GRAIN consigned to them for sale or shipment. C. PERCY COX, Agents for ROYSE, STEAD, & CO., 493 G Ashburton. W. R. BOYLE” ~ Moore street, Ashburton, Accountant, land, estate. and GENERAL AGENT. Loans negotiated. Absentees represented. Agent for the Victorian Insurance Company. Certificated Accountant in Bank ruptcy. 458 c M R. FRANCIS PHILIP O’REILLY Barrister, Solicitor, & Conveyancer TANGRED STREET, ASHBURTON, Next Messrs. Orr and Co.’s. 362 c

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 63, 19 February 1880

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