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j Alfred Harrison. ' i I : DER BILL OF SALE, AT M O U r i SOMERS * WEDNESDAY, Gth APRIL, Twelve o’clock. 3- >- >- *■ d ,t e e s 3 i ALFRED HARRISON has beer favored with instructions from tin Mortgagee to sell by Public Auction, ai the Farm belonging to Mr Donald Kellis, Mount Somers— Implements and Stock, Belonging to William Fergus, consisting ol Four-Horse WAGON. Draught HORSES. REAPERS and BINDERS. CORN CRUSHER. CHAFF CUTTER. Three-Furrow PLOUGH, &c, , &c., Ac. Sale at 12 o’clock. WEDNESDAY, Ctii APRIL. ALFRED HARRISON, 4550 Auctioneer. W. H. Gundry. W. H. GUNDRY, E STATE AND STATION AGENT, LICENSED LAND BROKER (Under the Land Transfer Act), AND GENERAL MERCHANT, EAST STEET, ASHBURTO-N, HAS ON SALE • Fencing Wire, Nos. 6,7, 8,9, 10 Turnip, Clover, Grass, and Gorse Seeds Binding Wire (McCormick’s, Wood’s, Osborne’s) Machine and Castor Oil Coal for Threshing Machines Station Stores of every description, including Teas, Sugars, Oilman’s Stores, Ac., Ac., Ac. WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT. Agent AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT , SOCIETY. £2,000 £3,500 TO LEND, in sums of £IOO and upwards, on Freehold Security, at lowest current rate of interest. W. H. GUNDRY, Ashburton. STANDARD PROPERTY INVESTMENT SOCIETY. The Undersigned is prepared to receive applications for Loans upon approved security, repayable by instalments, in accordance with the rules of the Society. For particulars, apply to W. H. GUNDRY, Agent for Standard Fire Insurance Co., EAST STREET. STANDARD FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. The Company is prepared to take risks on all kinds of Property, including Growing Crops of GRAIN and in stack, at current rates. W. H. GUNDRY, 478 a Agent, East street, Ashburton. ——a—ca— Educational. rjIHE 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. r QUILL’S CONSULTATION . . No. 2, On GREAT AUTUMN HANDICAP, Co 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. J L. FLEMING’S 70VELTY CONSULTATION ON THE GREAT AUTUMN, EASTER, & FLYING HANDICAPS. 5,000 Members at 10s each. ’o be Run at Christchurch on APRIL 18th and 19th, 1881. 84 NOMINATIONS—B 4 PRIZES. !ach Ticket has a chance of Winning Tni*Oft r PI7AQ IRAND AUTUMN HANDICAP 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 As each Race wil he drawn separately jvery subscriber will have 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. L. FLEMING, Auctioneer, &c., High street, Triangle, Christchurch. 2068 Gazette in Bankruptcy. AshbubtonGuj > Gazette .for all notices und Debtors and Creditors' A ctt ■:..

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 311, 5 April 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 311, 5 April 1881

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