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Public^Noticesi NOTICE-TO TRESPASSERS. •VJTOTfdB IS? HEREBY GIVEN, that |>l any person; found TRESPASSING on tjie Lagmhbr Paddocks, with dogs, or oil the banks of the streams, so as in any way. to interfere with the fish in the creeks, will-be prosecuted with the utmost ric or. DONALD M‘LEAN. Ashburton, Nov. 24, 1880. 603 JMPORTANT "TO FARMERS. Osborne Harvesting, Machinery.^rj A Osborne Harvester and Binder, to, bind • With, both string! and "price \ L7O. ■**; Ditto ' ditto, with iron road' wheel, and patent liftingapparatus, • priceli7s. > String attachments to fit on pld wu;e ■*> Bindeis, price L 6 10s. -";i-i s’*---"*-N.B. —No charge for fitting if sent.,to .our store. -•• 1 ' ! i ■ Osborne No. 6 Side Delivery papers ■ and Mowers. • s ■ '• f ' l ' Osborne No. 6 Tilter or ‘Back Delivery? Reapers and Mowers, i Osborne No. s'Mowers. ■ i■ : J - - X- r ■ ’ EXTRAS FOR ALL THE ABOVE ! MACHINES! KEPT, IN STOCKS :■ rJ Sole Agents in New. Zealand — ROBERT WILKIN & CO., •'New;ZealandAVooi Stores,--624 Christchurchi? J;' McDongair,s -.- T Carbblic SBfeep Dip IS thb r ßes?and ] Safest in the 'Market. A. .true..specific for .Fpab, .instantly, destroying Ticks-, Lice, and all Insects,’ effectually cleansing and stimulating the t growth of the Fleece, r / - y : 'Oh! Sold in 101 b. and 201 b. tins, and 501 b. hegs*l?y i. . < :: i ' J 1 ROBERT WILKIN & C0.,New Zealand Wool Stores, 627 Christchurch. ' i Agricultural Liens. THE Undersigned are open to receive applications for CASH ADVANCES on Growing Crops. 610 , P., CUNNINGHAM ft C. 0 . :. AVool Season,/; ■ ?jr'.C') 5 11880-.1881" % . .izK.l , rnHE' Undersigned are prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES (Free of Commission) on all WOOL placed in their hands for SALE in the London or Continental Markets. ■ ? (We are offering'special inducements to shippers of-; wool. to, our, London Agents, having made arrangements whereby the 1 -wool will receive such an amount of ‘attention prior to sale that farmers can calculate upon exceptionally good prices being procured. ’lnsurances on Clip can be effected from . sheep’s back to London.. t , j ■~ ■ . Woolpacks supplied ;at-' ni6slr-xeaSbnable prices.

For further particulars apply to . P. CUNNINGHAM & CO. 611 Christchurch. [card.] THEODORE] B; JACOBSEN] AIBTDC O, PEEZ, A B CHI T ; E'C T'S l J A Note office— HEREFORD STREET,., WEST, Christchurch. ' 571 MIL K, 1 M.I LK ! M I L.K |,. jyj-Rl iIALGOik ■’ MILLER intends * •after Ist Decembermext, to SELL; MILK at 3d. PER QUART,,, till further notice. ■ . •• - . •, A LE -: PpEB/T S' dfiAAp; Ashburton I j[\i Hebaid * and Guardian business must be Paid to Mr. 5... E. Poxntz, on behalf of the Assignees, at the Guardian Office, East street, Ashburton,. and his receipt alone J wiilbe a sufficient discharge, i S, SAUNDERS, ; For Self andCo-Assignees.

For Sale; ; FOR SALE, BY-TENDER—. THE. .GOOD*WILL ahd "PLANT of a first-class LIVERY STABLE, together with a (Line* of ’: Royal Mail Coaches in fuU,ruTming M order. , . , .. Tenders are' invited for the purchase of a Coaching and Livery. Business,- carrying the Royal Mails, between the ,Oraii' (M----way Station' and the Waihi Bush, 'via Geraldine,- together- with'' all necessary plant, including. Tw.o- Coaches, capable -of carrying twenty-five each ; Double and Single Buggies, Brakes, i Twelve superior Horses, Harness, 7 'There is an opening for an enterprising man, seldom, to bemiet witlv pThe.busir ness has been* establist ed five years, and has fieen, and is, steadily increasing. -T Satisfactory reasons given for disposal. ■ Tenders to close at-NOON on; DECEMBER 31st, 1880, to be endorsed “ Tenders for Coaching Business,” and forwarded to the undersigned, from whom all par t?cu- ,‘ lars maVbe obtained. * ' ‘j' .■, POYNTZ & 00. Ashburton';"” ~ Or, KENNEDY ■ &nGARTEB, Proprietors, >628 • .i s’ : Ed;yntz;'&' HAVE FOR SALE, on- advantageous ■ and- easy terms of payment, ; the 7 following - - • TOWN AND SUBURBANPROPERTIES r ., : ; A good five-roomed House, oii quarter-" -acre of land, - within 1 three or'four 'JO' OchMhs of the East Towh BeltO A compact four-roomed House, with one jif. r\ .store of land, Wei! fenced. 1 ThrSe- ; quarters of an acre laid .down as^a" : 'paddock. ■' , sr _‘ ! , A pice four-roomed, House ou'half-acre I -of land; near the 1 Gas -Works/ vfeß | finished throughout, €i Sections; 742, 743; 465, 466/,467.r • iTowu Section 711,.up0n which is efected : a; capital foxir,-roomed Kduse :: fifcted' with every-convenience!' r ' r ‘ V A two-rodmed’House, with voutbuiljiC ingsj on aiquarter ac'royweiyfthc6,d; Vi: /, and planted, on N/ 'E/Belt; MONEY for investment, security! ;in : iinps'of £so' and, ’upwarpls,; at current rates '"' i ; J"J T^.S9S ASH RECEIPTS Printed, at .“ The. Guardian” office. ; t, mHE r GUARDIAN is , on. every :,-f- Table, in Ashb’qrton., ~~ , WASTE, PAPER for s4p,V3d. per ,|i J At 1 the" Guardian Office ' ‘

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 203, 29 November 1880

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