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Auctioneers, Coamisstot A gtijlfe, &c. Allred Harrison, ATJC’iIpN3b? M VALUER, COM • mis*, jon'i gent. Ac. and Sales, Salts of ted:, Merc;i«« Furniture and .EffecUPigs, P«..!trv, and Cloneral boduco. * WEEKLY SALE every SATURDAY, 12 o’clock sharp, comniflciry mi tbYards with HGIUf a LAND. SALES, IN THE ,c%'i\Tk -vs REQUEUED. lOANS—I am open to ,V :•. •fqtniica- » tiona on approved free tide Verity. Oats, purchased ill any qn Advances made on Wh<;c shipped England. Lowest poa-olc charge; AGENT for THE TSANSATf ' ' , FIRE INSURANTS COM PA I', Every c|ass of Bisks tkea at lew es; mt 28 alfjed HARRISON pRE DE. pAV IT T K/st Street {Close to the Railway Staton) Ashburton, Land an ’General Commission Agon!. taken for—Sydney Drays, ’Newcastle l*2fid Malvern Coal (by the truck load), Building Materials of all kinds. Fencing Wire, ■Agricultural Implements, English and Ameri|san, &c., &c. LU' •. 607 a Surveyor, Oivil Engineers, &c. C E. FOOKS A.ND SON, IpiCEKSED. *V RV EYCKS AND • LAND BROKERS Under the Land Transfer Act, I Government Contract Surveyors, I Triangle, Wakaaui Road, near Posi-ofSoe ASHBURTON. 374 E. Dobson & Son. CI YI I ENGINEERS, = AUTHORISED AND | LIC ENBED,SU RYEY OR S, South British Chambers, Hereford Street, Christchurch. , ’ ■ ■ , 674 &c. Clark, &.A £ T : S' '"ME It C AN T, ’ : /ASHBURTON kWo ! Tfm^AUD.* Mr JosBPH. Clark announces to Grain ealers Fanners that he has P a Branph Office in Burnett at”,’' Ashburton, for the purpose of ying 'on tho Business of a Grain erehantj Stock and General Commission Bnfc 'Highest price given for Grain. Storage at lowest current rates. Jo;§ EP H ,C L AR K, ■ ~ _ Ashburton, Adjoining ’Bullock’s Horse Bazaar. 263 a and Co., Lichfield Street, Christchurch. Grain brokers & general .:V/r MERCHANTS. FARMERS GRAIN disposed of in any Market to best Advantage. 63a T O F A R M E R S . Grain. Broker & Seed Merchant, Christchurch, Has special facilities for the Satisfactory disposal of Grain: and'Produce' entrusted to him. . . : \,s Samples left with Mr S. Saundersj Ashburton , will be immediately offered in the best markets, and ‘ the highest value guatanteid-V ,:r 266 a w meAT SHIPMENTS TO ENGLAND. NOTICE TO FARMERS. T. J. Hake LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES on WHEAT 1 placed in their hands for sale. ini . London, and guarantee Lowest Raijes <j>t Freight. The |fluccessfiils, yestdt ,of their shipments pn behalf Aif clients last season is 1 suffidefat guarantee that' consignors’ interests ate 1 Well protected by their agents in Lonc&n! 1 T Prompt returns.and minimum charges may be, relied upon.; 322 a FARMER S. m o We are. BUYERS of WHEAT,. OATS, BARLEY, snd all kinds of Produce, or will make LIBERAL ADYAI“ SEAL ADVANCES against Grain for to England or.colonies. Oornba^^kd^plied. 1 199 s A-ji A. MOORE & CO, ' 1 Christchurch. Grain Season, 1881. ■,u i.i. ■■ rTTE-are prepared to make LIBERAL W CfftSH ApVANCES against shipplaced in our. bands.. We have Jrokerabf the Highest standing in Mark •<im, trhb !! will give, every attention to Train consigned through us, and obtain he extremes price for all 1 shipments formers !!day intrust to our care. _We lave alsp established. Agencies in .Liverwol, Glasgow .Hull, Dublin,and Ant werp, ind we'cui ship to.any of these markets fso redblted- Our cbargesare regulated it the loitest rates. P. n ;CU^INbHAM‘ & CO;, ’ ujnjp! offtl.l •j'' ’ Christchurch. 3B 1 ? Rs< .-Oamam¥dd Ashburton, or at any Other f. CUNNINGHAM'. & CO., -on; y t ; >'• ban oiiw uivf! Lnuvf mil of

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 340, 10 May 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 340, 10 May 1881

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