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Alfred Harrison. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. ALFRED HARRISON will Sell by Public Auction, -i THOROUGHBRED Fox Terrier X PUP, five months old, by imported stock. 24Ca Davies and Winter. BLUEGUM SAPLINGS. SOUTH RAKAIA, TUESDAY, sth OCTOBER; At 2 o’clock. Messrs dayies & winter, in conjunction with Messrs. Neil M‘Lean and Co., have received instructions from the South Rakaia Road Board to sell by public aution, on the above date, at the Plantation, about 250 cords of FIVE-YEAR-OLD BLUEGUM SAPLINGS (the thinnings of the Plantation) ; will make excellent rails, rafters, stakes, and firewood. In lots to suit purchasers. DAYIES & WINTER. 249 a NEIL M‘LEAN & CO. Tenders WANTED, Tenders for the cartage of wool from Anama to Ashburton; also alternate tenders from Anama to the terminus of the Mount Somers line. Tenders to be sent in by the 15th October. 248 a W. S. PETER. SOUTH RAKAIA ROAD BOARD. TENDERS will be received up to NOON on MONDAY, the 27th instant, for the following Works i—--1.-—For Ploughing immediately, about 80 Acres of the Old Railway Reserves, 6 inches deep. 2.—For alternate tenders for Ploughing the same, 8 inches deep, one plough to follow another in the same furrow. 3. —For about Five (5) Miles of Sod Fencing. Specifications to be seen at the Board’s Office, South Rakaia. Tenders to he endorsed and addressed to the Chairman of the Board. A. MAKEIG, 240 q Clerk to the Board. MOUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD, TENDERS are invited for the following WORKS : No. 25—Re-formation and Metalling 117 chains, Reynolds’ road No. 26—Cutting, Macfarlane’a terrace] No. 27 —Fords and Repairs, West Coast road TENDERS are also invited from Persons competent to complete a VALUATION LIST for the year 1881, in accordance with the provision of the Rating Act, 1876, Amendment Act, 1879. Plans and specifications of the above works can be seen at the Road Board Office, Mount Somers, after the 27th inst. Tenders, addressed to the Chairman, must be sent in before noon on MONDAY, Oct. 4, 1880. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. C. J. W. OOOKSON, Juk., 243 g Surveyor. fHE HIGHLAND FLING, at theSSCOTCH CONCERT. ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. ASHBURTON POJjND. -\TOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that TENDERS for O#E OR MORE YEARS are invited frorf persons willing to undertake the duties of POUNDKEEPER of the Ashburton Pound. The successful tenderer will receive as remuneration all fe|s for impounded animals, as laid down|by The Canterbury Trespass of Cattle Ordinance, 1872, and will also have to con Sly as to any other details connected with the appointment with the provisions « the said Ordinance. Tenderers are, therefore, requested to state how much p|r annum they are willing to pay to thellouncil for the privilege of collecting these fees. A House of four moms is attached to the Pound, for the uap of which the successful tenderer will ®ave to pay to the Council ten shillings! per week as rent during the term of ®is tenancy of the Pound. All paymentslo be made monthly in advance. 1 The appointment to'lcommence on the 20th October, 1880. '| A copy of The Cant||bury Trespass of Cattle Ordinance, 1872,1 s on view at the Council’s offices to interning applicants. The highest or any tender not necesrarily accepted. 1 Tenders, with referances, endorsed, “Tender for Poundkeeler, Ashburton,” will be received up to 10fei.m. on WEDNESDAY, 6th October, 1880. By order, I F. MAINWARING, j Clerk. Ashburton, September 9, 1880. / 215a-883c A SPRIHfr# THE PIPES! For Sale. TO INVESTORS AND THOSE IN SEARCH OF A Good Farm. Messrs, poyntz & Co. have for Sale, by Private Treaty, a Splendid FARM of 107 Acres, of rich land, fenced and sub-divided into four paddocks, 90 acres in English grass. There is a commodious dwelling-house, large grain shed, and all necessary out-buildings. A never-failing stream of water runs through the property. Apply to . POVNTZ & CO. To Let; TO LET, A SHOP, with Three Rooms attached. The building is Situated in the very centre of South Rakaia. For particulars apply to NEIL M'LBAN & CO., 2470 South Rakaia.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 156, 23 September 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 156, 23 September 1880

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