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Allred Hamson. r i I SSDAY, 12xh APRIL, 12 o’clock. ALFRED GARRISON, favored with instruct ions from the owner, will Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, Part of Section, containing over half an acre, with three-ioomed Cottage thereon — ! OJ LEESON STREET & w No. 21. tREYORTON. " a "• This Section is fenced, also with live fence in front, frontage chains, pump and good water, &c., &c., and situated on the street next Tasker’s butchery. Also, Town Section No. BG7 AITKEN STREET No. 867. Terms liberal at sale. ALFRED HARRISON, 482 a Auctioneer, UNDER BILL OF SALE, AT MOUNT SOMERS. WEDNESDAY, 6th APRIL, Twelve o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON has been favored with instructions from the Mortgagee to sell by Public Auction, at the Farm belonging to Mr Donald Kellis, Mount Somers— Implements and Stock, Belonging to William Fergus, consisting of Four-Horse WAGON. Draught HORSES. REAPERS and BINDERS. CORN CRUSHER. CHAFF CUTTER. Three-Furrow PLOUGH, &c., &0., &c. Sale at 12 o’clock. WEDNESDAY, 6th APRIL. ALFRED HARRISON, 455 a Auctioneer. IMPORTANT SALE Oi 1 FARM AND TOWN PROPERTIES. TUESDAY, 12ih APRIL, Twelve o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON has been favored with instructions from the Mortgagee to sell by Public Auction, AT HIS ROOMS, The Equity of Redemption of Rural Sections Nos. 15101, 15510, 15511, 16678, and 17411, CONTAINING AfiOtJT 207 Acres 207 Now in the occupation of Mr Thomas Prendergast. This Sale presents a specially good opportunity, it being a wellknown fact that there is no better Land in the district. The House is neat and compact, with every convenience attached, prettily surrounded by r well-grown trees, the Fences also being in good order ; and, situated quite close to the Township, it must, in a very short time, become trebled in value. ALSO, TOWN SECTIONS IN COX STREET, Nos. 804 and 805, With Four-Roomed COTTAGES thereon. These Cottages are well built and new, situated in the most healthy part of the town. Terms at Sale. Twelve o’clocck noon. ALFRED HARRISON, 450 a Auctioneer. Educational fJIHE MISSES HONOUR are prepared to receive, at their residence, Mooie street, PUPILS in Music, Singing, and Drawing. Terms, per quarter, for each subject, two guineas. Drawing, in class, every Tuesday, from half-past three to half-past four, one guinea per quarter. 397 a Consultations. T QUILL’S CONSULTATION . No. 2, On GREAT AUTUMN HANDICAP, To be run in Christchurch in April, 1881. 1,000 Members at 10s. each. First Prize ... ... £l4O Second Prize 90 Third Prize 50 Starters and Nonstarters, divided 220 Early application is necessary to secure tickets. T. QUILL, Treasurer. F L E M I N G’S IOVBLTY CONSULTATION ON THE GREAT AUTUMN, EASTER, & FLYING HANDICAPS. 5,000 Members at 10s each. V be Run at Christchurch on APRIL 18th and 19th, 1881. 84 NOMINATIONS—B 4 PRIZES. saoh Ticket has a chance of Winning Tlirao Pri7AS IRAND AUTUMN HANDICAP —B9 Prizes. Ist ... £4OO 2nd ... ... ... ... 150 3rd ... ... ••• ••• 100 Starters (divided) ... ... 100 Non-starters (divided) ... 250 EASTER HANDICAP—27 Prizes. Ist ... £2OO 2nd ... ••• 125 3rd ••• 75 Starters (divided) 100 Non-starters (divided) ... 250 ' FLYING HANDICAP—2B Prizes. Ist ... ... ••• ... £2OO 2nd 125 3rd ... 75 Starters (divided) 100 Non-starters(divided) ... 250 . Air each Race wil be drawn Separately every subscriber will hate a chance of winning Three Prizes for each ticket. The drawing will be held under the supervision of a committee of subscribers, and results advertised in daily papers. Intending subscribers are requested to make early application. If cheques are sent exchange must be added, and stamps enclosed for reply and result. J. : I L 'FLEMING, Auctioneer, &c,, ifstreet, Tnangle, Christchurch. .•• 266 a

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 310, 4 April 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 310, 4 April 1881

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