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Edmistoii Bros. & Gundry. THURSDAY, 4th MARCH. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. TO FARMERS, INVESTORS, AND OTHERS. A f ESSRS. EDMISTON BROS., & j3'JL GUNDRY, have received instructions from the Mortgagee, to sell by Public Auction, at their rooms, Bast street, on THURSDAY, 4th MARCH, A C R E S R.S., 27452, 27453, 27454 Situated on Gould & Cameron’s Run. These sections have been well selected, and we can confidently recommend them to the attention of Farmers looking out for a really good piece of land at a low figure. Tire greater part of tire purchase money can remain on Mortgage on the property. Terms at Sale. Sale at 1.30 p. m. EDMISTO vT BROS., & GUNDRY, 534 a Auctioneers. 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. AO RES, partly improved, near Winslow. 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. TO Railway Employes, Mechanics, and Others.—FOß SALE, cheap, Lot 78, situated on East Town Belt. Terms, £5 cash ; balance by monthly or quarterly payments. T. BULLOCK. Lecture. rpOWN HALL, ASHBURTON, TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 24th, 1860. PROFESSOR HUGHES WILL DELIVER HIS POPULAR LECTURE .Entitled — “THOMAS MOORE,” Poet, Author, and Musician, Illustrated with MELODIES SUNG BY MISS. PAULINE BEST, AND VIOLIN SOLOS BY PROFESSOR HUGHES. The net proceeds will he given to the suffering poor in Ireland, Professor Hughes having already forwarded the sum of L 59 14s. Gd. Doors open at 7.30, to commence at 8. Admission—3s., 25., and Is. Books containing words of the songs, 6d. Meetings. UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. IN consequence of the sitting of the Assessment Court on the 27th inst., the Sleeting 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 g Clerk. UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. A MEETING of the Ratepayers of this Road District will take place on FRIDAY, the 27th inst., 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 Foil, if demanded, will be held the same day, and close at 4 o’clock p. in. DONALD McLEAN, Chairman. Road Board Office, 487 g Westorfield, 10th February, 1880. Tenders. ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL., RENDERS are invited for the f L ing WORKS & 1. Approaches to North Ashburton River Bridge, near DJ^uy’s. 2. Main Delhi near Wheatstone. 3. Main Brain near jJawson’a and EcirsJßoads. j? Plans and fspecificatplis to be seen Council's qpices, an#tendcrs addressed the Chairman to b#seut not later than . o’clock, a|n. oniWEDNESDAY, 3rd ARCH n|xt. / By order, # I WILLIAM BAXTER, s County Engineer. Ashburlopf 23rd February, 1880. 536 g 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 a SAUNDERS BROS. Y. R. COURT HOUSE, ASHBURTON. Public Works Office, Christchurch, February 10th, 1880. nnENDERS arc 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-503g District Engineer, P.W. THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. ADVERTISEMENTS received for the GUARDIAN up to 9 p.m. at the scale charges, afterwards at double rates for insertion over the leader]

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 65, 24 February 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 65, 24 February 1880

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