Public Notices. NOTICE TO HORSE BREEDERS IN THE ASHBURTON AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. WB, the undersigned, Trustees in the Estate of W. Bennison, of Ashburton, hereby certify that the said estate has NO CLAIM on the different fees due from the service of the ENTIRE HORSE Sir Julius Yogel,” the property of W. Holley, which travelled the Ashburton and surrounding districts the season of 1878. B. EDE. JOSEPH CLARK. In reference to the above, I, the undersigned, beg to state that after having waited until after harvest, at the request of different persons who have not paid for the service of the abovementioned horse, I must now ask for payment of ail moneys due respecting the same. Payment to be made to W. Holley, Tuam Street East, Christchurch, or legal proceedings will be taken to recover the same without further notice. Ist May, 1880. 410c-818g ' SLAUGHTER. LICENSE. I HEREBY give notice that I intend to apply for a Slaughtering License for R.S. 20965, for large and small cattle at the County Council meeting, on the 2nd day of J une next. J. STANLEY BRUCE. Wakanui, May 4th, 1880, 809 g Y. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS, (Christchurch Section). FARES—QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY, May 24th, 1880. ORDINARY SINGLE FARE TICKETS from any Station to any Station issued on May 22nd and May 24th will be available for return up to and including 25th May. FREDK. BACK, General Manager. General Manager’s Office, Christchurch, May 8, 1880. 848 g V. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. (Christchurch Section.) MOERAKI STATION—RANGIORA — OXFORD BRANCH. . ON May 17, the officer in charge of the Moeraki Station will be withdrawn, and on and after that date the station will be treated as a flag station. FREDERICK BACK, General Manager. General Manager’s Office, Christchurch, May 11, 1880. 852 g M ■ 111 ■■ ' ' "T Business Notices. C OTTON & CO HORSE CLIPPERS, 24 Years’ Colonial Experience. HORSES BROKEN IN TO SADDLE AND HARNESS, Moderate Charges. Apply Baldw BB Hotel, or Brighton Boarding Ho BO* Triangle. 842g-40vc TINWALD STORE. NEW PROPRIETORSHIP JEPHSON & DAVISON, IN announcing to the inhabitants of Tinwald and district surrounding that they have succeeded to the business hitherto carried on by Mr. J. Escott, in the Store in Tinwald, trust that they will merit the patronage bestowed on their predecessor. J. and D. desire to inform their friends that no efforts will be spared on their part to enjoy their good opinion, and if keeping only the best quality of goods, dispensed with civility and care, and a desire to obtain only a fair and reasonable profit on their transactions, will command success, J. and D. mean to be successful. Farmers and others will find their wants well supplied, and on satisfactory terms, at the Tinwald Store, and residents in Tinwald will do well to call where they can be served with an article equal to any to be found elsewhere, and at a figure equally cheap. JEPHSON & DAVISON, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Tinwald. 851 g FOR SALE. CHEAP. CHEAP. CH EAP. 30,000 STAKES, Also, AAA EEET BUILDING 500,001) TIMBER. Now in stock, and daily arriving from the mills. ALPHEUS HAYES, 738 g East street, Ashburton. HORSE BREAKING. fin HE undersigned is now prepared to 1 Undertake the BREAKING of HORSES to double and single harness, also to saddle. . Mr. Willcocks has had a very considerable experience in Australia, and his success there as a Trainer is sufficient guarantee as to his ability. All orders to be left at the Ooach Office, Commercial Hotel, Ashburton, or the Wheatsheaf Hotel, Wheatstone. 403c-816g GEO. WILLCOCKS. LAND. LAND. ESS RS. POYNTZ & CO. have received instructions to OFFER FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, AN UNIMPROVED FARM of 400 Acres, in one or two lots.. The land is of fair quality and situated within four miles] of a Railways Station’.on the mainline] i 197«
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 100, 15 May 1880
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