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AUCTION SALES. Wednesday, August 4. Alfred Harrison, at Ashburton Forks— Horses, Implements, Harness, &c. Sale at 12.30. Thursday, August 5. Edmiston, Gundry, and Co., at Mr. W. C. Morgan’s, Alford Forest —Postponement of Sale. BAH Framed BEE HIVES. T. A. Gates, Saunders’ Buildings. 828 g 'TO CONTRACT PLOUGHMEN. WANTED, Immediately, several TEAMS for Stubble and other Ploughing. For particulars, apply to GOULD & CAMERON. Springfield, 16th July. G7oc-52g MISSING FRIENDS. IF this should reach the eye of THOMAS ROACH, -who left Nelson about six years ago, last heard of at B. Mcßae’s, Richmond, he •will hear of something to his advantage by sending his address to the Office of this Paper. 24g EDUCATIONAL. IN retiring from my School Duties, I I beg to inform my friends and the public that I have DISPOSED OF my my interest in my SCHOOL to Mr. Buchanan, who will from this date receive Pupils on his own account. DAVID DAVIDSON. Concerning the above advertisement, 1 beg to say I can take a few more scholars, and shall be happy to receive the names of intending Pupils. JOHN , EDGAR BUCHANAN. Ashburton, July 26th, 1880. 710

The Fancy Faxk.—Mr. I. Montague offers a “ new and wonderful aboriginal puzzle ” to every customer at his bazaar during the ensuing week, which he announces as positively the last chance that will be given for making purchases of his fancy goods.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 131, 27 July 1880

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