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■ Auctioneer?, Commission Agents, &c. > Alfred Harrison, ’ A UCTIONEER, VALUER, COMJX MISSIONAGENT, Ac. :lAha Sdes; Sales r of Stock, Merchandise, •' ; ' v Furniture arid' Effects. Pigs, Poultry, ; * r ' ■" and General Produce. WBEKLY'SALE every SATURDAY, it 12 o’clock sharp, commencing in the > Yards with HORSES. LAND SALES, .liTtHE RCOMS, AS REQUIRED. tOANS-r-I am open -to receive applicat ti6ns on approvedlfreehold security. Oifai purchased in any quantity, for cash. made' on' Wheat’ shipped to .England. Lowest possible charges. AGENT iFQR THE TRANSATLANTIC \ .FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Every daks' 6f Risks taken at lowest rates. 287 a , ALFRED HARRISON. , K. F. Gray, .AUCTIONEER, VALUA TQ R, Stock, station, ■ . ■ AND CfENERAf COMMISSION AGENT, ::; r TEMUKA. : ■: Agent fo? Standard Insurance Company;;: and Rub-Agent for - the-. Althouse Windmill. .Licensed Dealer : in Arms, and Ammunition. .• ,: 782

W. .H. GuricTry, T !£Kij^ r ESTATE, AND STATION AGENT, - GENERAL BIER CHANT, AKD ~X LICENSED land broker, "-}"i East- street, Asßburton. 927 R E t> K . AVI T T , East- Street (Close - To' the Railway - station) Ashburton, iland add General Commission Agent.' /•Chiefs taken (Sr—Sydney Newcastle <Kd MaWemGoslHbylhe truck load), Building Alaterials.. of .all kinds. Fencing- Wire,' Agricultural Implements, English ; and American, &'c., &c. • | .928 Branson ,& Boileau, EkokoSSEKS. COMMISSION AND. GENERAL AGENTS Agents, for the Australasian, Agent* for Gilbey’s Wine. 929 •BRANSON & BOILEAU. V &c. j r: cE. FOOKS ANTI SON, | CENS ED; a r IVEVORS ANP ' -.'-LAND BROKERS ; -./.Under the Laird framCer Act, , Government Contract Surveyors," Triuigle, Wakaii/ui Road, near Post-office 374 ASHBURTON. * 3S; Dobson & Son, eIVIL ENG IN E E‘R 8, !’ * AUTHORISED AND EM O B : N SEID STJ It VE*YO RS, South British Chambers, Hebbeobd Street, CHKisrcHURCH. 674 a i Wool and Grain Exporters, Ac.

FARMERS ! FARMERS! FARMERS I It'MteKERROW AND CO., RE Cask Purchasers of Wool, Grain, and aU. kinds of Farm Produce, and are *lsp prepared to make Liberal CASH AIXVANCES on the above placed in their hmids either for sale or shipment to the English, pc Colonial Markets, Stock of Cornsacka, Wool* for Bale at lowest current prices. McKIRROW & CO., G RAIN MERCHANTS, RAKAIA. 60 Sorenson and Co., ' iiICHFXEtt)' StHEET, CiIKISTCHUBCH. f .RROKERS A- GENERAL MERCHANTS. ' FARMERS GRAIN disposed of in any Market to best Advantage. 63a

fjt 6 F A R M E R S . •IX B. McLaren, GpAin Broker- & Seed Merchant, •' ; Christchurch, ■ pfn> special facilities for the satisfactory ■flUpnnal of Grain and Produce entrusted tohiml 'i-=3 '•■■■'■" ’ fit ‘ Sample* left with Mr S. Saunders, Ashburton, will be immediately offered in the beat markets, and the highest value guaranteed. 256 a tv Joseph Clark, a RAIN MERCHANT, Tinwaid. announces teGrain Dealers and t Farmers that, he. has n Branch Office in Burnett | sffeet.-ePPS* t <aftWWbn J thb J Business of a Grain Mtitotof/Bfrok tndGenettl Commission Agent; Highest pricegiven for Grain. 1 . o la - e K > * Ashburton,.: n Horae Bazaar. «uoii 263 a

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 320, 16 April 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 320, 16 April 1881

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