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Wanted. WANTED, by a respectable middleaged woman, a situation as HOUSEKEEPER, or in a small family. Apply Herald office. 7160 WANTED, by a young lady, a few PUPILS who are desirous of taking drawing lessons. Terms, £1 Is. per quarter. Apply by letter to Miss Leach, Post-office, Wakanui. 717 c. WANTED KNO WN—That the cheapest and neatest CARDS may bo had at the “ GUARDIAN OFFICE.” MATEUR GARDENERS should read the instructions on gardening in the “Ashburton Guardian” every month, by a professional gardener. For Sale. FARMS FOR SALE, IMPROVED FARM of 564 Acres, near Dromore. IMPROVED FARM of 400 Acres, Seafield. 544-Acre Block of UNIMPROVED LAND, adjoining Winchmore Railway Station. Easy terms. Apply to 590 g CUFF & GRAHAM. CORN SACKS FOR SALE, by the undersigned. E. Pavitt, East, street, Ashburton. 699 b Jfl E N C I N G yy IRE AND STANDARDS. f | ffiE undersigned have FOR SALE all numbers of Fencing Wire. GUTHRIE & LARNACH’S CO. (Limited), Manchester street, Christchurch, opposite the Railway Station. 7000 Public Notices. NOTICE. ANY person TRESPASSING in pursuit of Game on the Lagmohr Estate will be prosecuted. 276c-694c DONALD M‘LEAN. MOUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD. TAKE NOTICE that the VALUATION LIST for the year 1880, as amended, is now OPEN for inspection at the Road Board Office, Mount Somers. All objections thereto must be left at the Road Board Office, Mount Scmers, on or before the Third day of April, 1880, addressed to the Assessment Court; and a a copy of every such objection must be left at the Mount Somers Road Board Office, not less than Seven days before the next sitting of the said Court. 0. J. WENTWORTH COOKSON, June. , Clerk to the Mount Somers Road Board. Mount Somers, March 13th, 1880. 614 a A WANT SUPPLIED. JAMBS WILKIE begs to announce to the public that having been repeatedly requested to start a Livery business, he has determined to TROT THEM OUT, and those who want a stylish hack to ride, or a handsome pair to drive, can obtain one or the other by applying to the adver tiser at his residence, Great South Road, next the Gas Works, or by leaving orders at Mr. Quill’s Hotel. The breaking in department will be under Mr. Wilkie’s own control, aided and abetted by a terror of a native who can back anything. Ladies Hacks wall be a special line in this business, as the propr ; etor can undertake the breaking of young stock for ladies’ hacks in a style not to be equalled in the colony.

Special horses kept for extra long journeys. Horses and Traps bought and sold. JAMES WILKIE, Great South Road, Ashburton. 301c-721g Tenders. MOUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD. TENDERS are invited for the following 1 work ; Contract No. G—Cuttings, &c., Taylor’s road. Specifications for the above work can be seen on and aftjr the 14th inst. at the Road Board office, Mount Somers. Tenders, addressed to the Chairman, are to be sent in on or before noon on Monday, April 19th, 1880. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. C. J. WENTWORTH OOOKSON, JUN. , Surveyor to the Mount Somers 714 g Road Board. TENDERS—CROPPING^ TENDERS wanted for CROPPING about 200 acres of land on Mr. Dougherty’s farm, near Barr Hill, and two miles from the Lyndhurst railway station. Also for breaking-up, harrowing, sowing with rape seed, and rolling 225 acres on same farm. Tenders must bo sent in to the undersigned not later than Saturday, April 24. Specifications can be seen by applying to Mr. Claridge, on the property ; also at the Barr Hill Hotel ; Messrs. Gundry, Edmiston, and Co.’s offices, Ashburton ; ] and at the offices of the undersigned. ROBERT WILKIN & CO., 718 g Hereford street. ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. in six separate ir will be at Mr. 10 o’clock a. m. to show conTENDERS are invitcdjfor 1G Miles of Floodwater Drainagf between Winchmore and Methvcn. The work will be le sections, and the Engin Stitt’s, Winchmore, at on Thursday, 15th ins tractors over line of profiosed drainage. Tenders, addressed tcflthe Chairman, to be sent in to the CouMcil Offices, Ash' burton not later than SATURDAY, 17th April. By order, WILLIAM BAXTER, 7070 \ Colinty Engineer. WANTED, TENDERS for PLOUGHING 400 acres of stubble land on the Hinds, contract to be complete by July 31. To be ploughed 6 inches deep and 10 inches wide. The contractor to have the use of a sevenstalled stable and house. Tenders to be sent in not later than Saturday, 17th April, at noon, to H. MOFFAT, 285c-703g Wakanui Mill. TENDERS. mo BE LET BY TENDER, the FEED--1 ING off 50 ACRES of SPLENDID TURNIPS, situated on Mr. William Liddle’s farm, Hinds, the Turnips to be fed off by the Ist JULY next. H. MOFFAT, Wakanui Mills, 304c-723g Ashburton.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 86, 13 April 1880

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