Alfred Harrison. UNDER BILL OF SALE. SATURDAY, 21st FEBRUARY, 11 o’clock sharp. FOR ABSOLUTS SALE. ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions •to Sell by Public Auction, at bis Rooms, on the above date— The whole of the Furniture, Bedding, and Effects from a large Board-ing-house, removed to the rooms for convenience of sale, Comprising—--20 Iron Bedsteads, new Matresses Large Heavy Blankets Counterpanes Feather Pillows Bolsters Sheets, &c., &c. 7 Washstands and Sets Dressing Tables Cheffonier Looking Glasses Chairs Sofas Tables 2 Large Dining Tables Glass Cutlery Lamps Kitchen Utensils &c., &c. Ac. Also, 1 Large American Cooking Stove, with Copper Boiler, &c., attached Sale at 11 o’clock sharp. SATURDAY, 21st FEBRUARY. ALFRED HARRISON, 521g-70c Auctioneer. T. Bullock. THE undersigned has the following PROPERTIES to LET with a purchasing clause, or FOR SALE on liberal terms of payment— ACRES good WHEAT LAND, all ploughed and ready for crossploughing for wheat ; situated about three miles from the township. ACRES, near the above ; also good ™ * WHEAT LAND, ploughed once and ready for cross-ploughing, ACRES,partly improved, near Wins- ? 'I-' low. This will be sold very cheap, and on very liberal terms. 7 ACRES, fenced and planted ; situated near the East Town Belt, good site for private residence. TOWN PROPERTIES. T7ALUABLE BUSINESS SITE in Bur- •' nett Street, being T.S. 177, next the “ Mail” office. PART of T.S. 139, Peter Street. This will be sold cheap, and on liberal terms. mo Railway Employe's, Mechanics, and ■*- Others.—FOß SALE, cheap, Lot 78, situated on East Town Belt. Terms, £5 cash ; balance by monthly” or quarterly payments. T. BULLOCK. Lost and Found. £1 REWARD. LOST— A dark GELDING, G years old, 2 white spots on each side of saddle ; white star on forehead, mark like P.R. on rump. Any person returning same, or giving information leading to its recovery, will receive above reward. 51c 5010 A. THIELE. Meetings. UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. MEETING OF RATEPAYERS.’ IN consequence of the sitting of the Assessment Court on the 27th hast., the Meeting of the Ratepayers for the election of a member in the place of the late Mr. Charles Reid has been POSTPONED till the day following (28th instant). ROBT. D. PULLAR, 509 a Clerk. UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. MEETING OF RATEPAYERS, A MEETING of the Ratepayers of this Road District will take place on FRIDAY, the 27th hast., at 10 o’clock a. m., in the Road Board Office, for the purpose of electing a member in the room of the late Mr. Charles Reed. A Poll, if demanded, will be held the same day, and close at 4 o’clock p.m. DONALD McLEAN, Chairman. Road Board Office, 487 g Westerfield, 10th February”, 1880. Tenders. TENDERS. Tenders wanted for threshing about 25,000 bushels grain (more or less) at Tinwald and Hinds. Chafl’ to be free from straw. Tenders to close February 20th. Threshing to commence on or about 24th February, 1880. J. CARTER, 514 g Tinwald. CARTING. TENDERS are invited for Carting 100,000 bushels grain. Particulars can be obtained from MR. E. SAUNDERS, Dundas ; MR. H. W. PARSON, Seafield; Or 464 g SAUNDERS BROS. Y. R. COURT HOUSE, ASHBURTON. Public Works Office, Christchui'ch, February 10th, 1880. are invited for the Erection of a Court House at Ashburton. General conditions, specifications and drawings may be seen at the Public Works Office, Christchurch, and Post Office, Ashburton. Tenders addressed to the Hon. the Minister for Public Works, and marked outside “ Tender for Court House, Ashburton,” will be received at this office up to noon on TUESDAY, March 2nd, 1880. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By command, A. D. AUSTIN, 53c-5030 District Engineer, P.W.
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