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n, Awiioneers, Commission Agents, &c. t- .'.-"-."-'Vj. , AMred Harrison, ' A tICTIONEER, VALUER, COMMISSION AGENT, *o. Land. Sales, Sales of Stock, Merchandise, . ;Il Jtarnitura aqd Effects. Pigs, Poultry, , ~ and General Produce. Vv SALE every SAT U KDAY, at ■ Rlo’clock sharp, commencing in the ‘ ' Yards with HORSES. XANEX SALES, IN THE ROOMS, AS _ REQUIRED. am open to receive applica- - •>; twins On approved freehold security. Oats.purohased in any quantity, for cash. ' ijAfopicea made on Wheat shipped to , -Aciftfr ktR THE TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Every plasa of Risks taken at lowest rates, aajar : 1 J c HARRISON. •>, , . —T—!— ; : Griay, . • valuator, jf\ .stock, station, " AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, ,sr, : -TEMUKA. . r> Agent ifor Standard- Insurance Comawg, and Sub-Agent for! the Althouse Licensed Healer in Arms and Ammunition. 782 * jWVH. Gundiy, f-iesPf- ESTATE, AND STATION fsENT, I GENERAL MERCHANT, S 3 nods AND ' i* - LICENSED LAND BROKER, :! ;j. Eaststbeet, Ashbtjrton. 927

ED K . SR AVI T T , SAdt Street (Close to the Railway BRW :c--: /A^ORTON, rG iuatidarid, General Commission Agent. -Driftfe taken for—Sydney Drays, Newcastle aod Maivenr Coal-(bytfae trade-load), Building ~ of,; Jill 'kinds/ Fencing Wire, Agnadnujal Implements/ English and Amerioui &E!o!C..' 928 Engrossers, commission and GENERAL AGENTS j, Agents!or-the Australasian. ° K Agepfa-for:,6ilbey ? B Wine. jV.', "BRANSON & BOILEAU. Civil Engineers, &c w; BRISTOW, AUTHORISED GOVERNMENT SURVEYOR, f.O; ■■ Incensed Under Land Transfer Act. Off- ' ■' ' Fbrd and Newton’s Buildings, (next County Council offices, Hereford street, Clupstjtiharclu 572 M" R. HARDY JOHNSTON, 'OTTO ENGINEER AND , B i; nn ARCHITECT, AHD Licensed SURVEYOR, VALUER? AND ARBITRATOR, la prepared to execute Surveys, Engineering, sad Architectural Designs, Estimates, and Reports, and Value Property in town or i»uptry at .the following tariff of charges, exclusive of travelling expenses, a::."! -SURVEY CHARGES. For aiiy fractional part of an acre; and not exMeding five, acres, two guineas. Ejcceedfpg five acres and under, twenty-five aergs,'three guineas. , Exfceoiiilg -twenty-five acres and under fifty BcrtSji-thfiße guineas for the first twenty-five ont shilling per acre for balance, Exceeding fifty acres andunder one hundred acr&J fbur guineas for the first fifty acres, and one'nnlHiig per acre for balance. BtbeOiing baehundredacres and under five hundred’ acres; ' five guineas for the first one hundred, ytcres, .and : ninepence per acre for balapc£ • Exceeding five.hundred acres and tinder five thodtanttj ninepence- per acre for the first five hundred acres, : and sixpence per acre for i .. -*■,} J j into allotmentscarefully -'■%* the chaige,' in addition betwo shillings for each town allotment comprising any fiactional part of an acre, and flypjhfUinga- and-iixpence lor each suburban or rural' section comprising one acre and upward* f;^ u: s£ - 'vThe above charges do .not apply to very hilly or broken, country, -or to “ bush ’’ land, in which case Jrom’twenty-five to fifty percent wooHt hceeta be ladded in proportion to the jwith; in. the country to be surveyed/ andtjdsq in discovering the boundaries of thACrown Grants/ ‘wpieS’Wthe’survey p]£(n drawn on moulded paper,-togetherwith' book of referinquired, wilbibe furnished at the rate of teapot jcenhlon tfae cost ot the survey. : AlfSfveyS will be carried out and completed in accordance -with the rides and instructions issued rby the Surveyor-General for the guidance fit thp Surrey Department of the GovemThe charge pei: day would be two guineas dear of all expenses should clients prefer that moddof payment' ENGINEERING CHARGES. In surveySjtxf land for' engineering ptupbses, mch/for instance, as the drainage or or irrigation 1 of districts dr country, the drainage dYwatbrSapplyof towns, construction of raUwftjnfc’pominort'roads and bridges, canals, harbaA-mcr improvements, &c., the charges would % for . plans,, design, estimate, report, &C, at Hfie’rate Of three per cent, on the total estimated cest-oTthe proposed work if under £5,09031 4bm»b£&*io'sDd under j£io,oqo, three per cenbpp thejirst £5,000 and two and a tamper omL on ,Unbalance; above £ 10,000 Htxl nJser~£2O,oOo,’ two and a half per cent. OD thd f ojoOiy, ; arid 1 ' two 'per cent, on the balanus/. and* to orikisseßing inprbportiori to - estimted POSt on the proposed In detlgis ahdiipecifidatfons with > #c. t feßjQottagft >md .villa resi- , _irqnt9, warehouses, public Wmfcs> &c* / s<r charge would be frptn five Iow»«wS$41l pc afcKfu tt prbportidptd otriib iptoddsed^building; ‘ 1,. . * todM u prpg^ity t ; I -w-cts, railway .plant, and ,a'buildix!i every fIMttCIMP -.■J 0? and Building Pm, w#- 1 * lued on equally asr'alwwb'■ _ ’ jjjfff -CRviJ. Eam, % inn ha mm

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 289, 10 March 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 289, 10 March 1881