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J. E. Buchanan and Co. THIS DAY. Messrs j. e. buchanan and Co. have received instructions from a gentleman leaving the district, to sell by public auction, at their Rooms, Havelock street, on G 7 f SATURDAY, 20TH INST., Without Reserve, Bedsteads Bedding Kitchen Table Chairs Mattresses Crockery Sundries, Ac. Sale at 12.30 o’clock. 194 c J. E. BUCHANAN & CO., Auctioneers. J. L. Plemin . TO TIMBER MERCHANTS, SAWMILLERS, CAPITALISTS, & OTHERS’. VALUABLE LEASEHOLD, SAWMILL, AND MACHINERY. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. WITHOUT RESERVE. MR J. L. FLEMING has been favored with instructions from the trustees in the assigned estate of James Long Fleming, timber merchantand ironmonger, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the premises, Tuam and St. Asaph streets west, Christchurch. OR TUESDAY, APRIL 6, at 2 p.m. The following valuable leasehold property, sawmill, plant, and machinery, viz.— Thj trustee’s interest in the lease of a half acre section of land, having a frontage of 132 ft. on St. Asaph street (the lease has about j 17 years to run at a very low ground rent), together' with the sawmill, 70ft. x 27ft., with sash and door factory over the same, engine-house, and substantial four-roomed cottage (nearly new) erected thereon. The plant consists of 1 horizontal engine, 14in. cylinder, by Morton and Co.; 1 Cornish boiler with cross tubes, by Anderson and Son, Christchurch, COft. chimney stalk ; 1 planing machine, to plane from 1G x 4i to G x i, by M'Dowall and Son ; 1 vertical saw, with travelling bench ; circular saw bench ; 1 band saw, Rogers and Son, No. 2 ; 1 tennoning machine with all necessary shafts, pullies, belting, etc. 1 , for the proper working of the same. Trustee’s interest in lease of quarteracre section, having a frontage of 60ft. on Tuam street, with buildings used as an ironmonger’s retail shop and store. Also, A well-selected assortment of circular and vertical saws, planing and moulding irons, etc. The balance of the stock of ironmongery will be offered on the same date, particu- ■ lars of which will appear in a future advertisement. Sale at 2 p. m. Terms at Sale. , , J. L. FLEMING, Glsa Auctioneer. Acland, Campbell, and Co. SATURDAY, MARCH 27. At 12 o’clock. SALE OF VALUABLE STOCK. Messrs, acland, Campbell, & CO. will offer for sale, on the above date, at the Ashburton Horse Bazaar, A LARGE NUMBER OF DRAUGHT HORSES, HACKS, DRAYS, &c.

The attention of Farmers in the district is specially drawn to this sale, as a number of really good farm horses have already been entered, and will be sold if any reasonable price is offered for them. Present entries, 30 Draught, broken and unbroken, all good sound farm horses. Entries for this Sale will bo received by AY. R. Boyle, Moore street, Ashburton. Sale to commence at 12 o’clock, sharp. GSOu ACLAND, CAMPBELL, & CO. Edxniston Bros- & Sundry. THURSDAY, 25th MARCH. ASHBURTON MUNICIPAL RESERVES. Messrs, edmiston bros. and GUNDRY have been favored with instructions from the Borough Council to LET BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at their rooms, Bast street, on THURSDAY, 2 sth MARCH, the following very VALUABLE SECTION'S in the Township of Ashburton for a term of 21 years— T.S. 210, West street, next to Messrs. Jameson Bros’. Store. T.S. 211, corner of Baring Square. These sections are first-class BUSINESS SITES, being close to the railway station, sidings could be easily obtained. Also, Beserve No. 1689, Fronting Wills street, Cameron street, and the East Town Belt. This Reserve has been divided into ten ots, upon six of which are erected SIX TWO-ROOMED COTTAGES. These lots will be lot separately on 14 years’ lease. Bale at 1.30 p.m. EDMISTON BROS. & GUNDRY, 584a-151c • Auctioneers. '1 J. P. PATCHED. w ATCHMAKER, First house past Doctor Ross’s and next door to Catholic Church. Burnett street N.B.—Meerschaum pipes mounted, wedding rings made to order. 4 Watches cleaned from ss-, warranted. 554 g

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 76, 20 March 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 76, 20 March 1880

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