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To STATION-HOLDERS, LANDED PROPRIETORS, FARMERS, CATTLE - DEALERS, AND THE RESIDENTS IN ASHBURTON AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. Messrs. Quill & Co., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, LAND, & ESTATE AGENTS, SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, Ashburton, "DEG to announce to station-holders, landed proprietors, farmers, cattledealers, and residents in Ashburton and the surrounding districts, that they have COMMENCED BUSINESS in the above line ; and, from their long experience in the various departments, feel .assured that all commissions entrusted to them will be conducted satisfactorily to their patrons. ■ Sales will be held as required, at the Salerooms and Yards in Ashburton, or any part of the district. They will also hold a Regular Sale of JRNITURE, and SNERAL ME^H^NDISE, Saturday, paractfbf wsch vgnFbe duly advertised. | STO M PRODUCE, eir interest,aad the suraKirt of seller vers areafisnectfull# solicited. buyers classes of all mad an sale ands for ced For particulars of Sales please see advertisements. A NUMBER of FIRST-CLASS TOWN and SUBURBAN SECTIONS on . hand for private treaty, on VERY EASY TERMS. Colonial - made Sauces. QUILL & CO. are the Ashburton Agents for Carew & Co.’s Dunedin-made WORCESTERSHIRE and TOMATO SAUCES—articles that are superior to anything that can be imported from any. part of the world, and are sold in New Zealand, the site of their manufacture, at a price with which no foreign maker or colonial importer can compete. Wholesale —Tomato Sauce, 265. per case of two dozen pints. Worcestershire Sauce,- 30s. per case of two dozen pints, and 325. per case of four dozen half-pints. QuiU & Co., AUCTIONEERS, SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, Ashburton. 333a-995c*

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 174, 23 October 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 174, 23 October 1880