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Auctioneers, Commission Agents, & Alfred Harrison, Auctioneer, valuer, coi MISSION AGENT, &c. Land Sales, Sales of Stock, Merchandis Furniture and Effects, Pigs, Poultry, and General Produce. WEEKLY SALE every SATURDAY, i 12 o’clock sharp, commencing in the Yards with HORSES. LAND SALES, IN THE ROOMS, A REQUIRED. Town and Farm Properties entered o the books. No charge unle .s sold. VGENT FOR THE TRANSATLANTIC EIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Every class of Bisks taken at lowest ratef 2S,a ALFRED HARRISON. , PRE DK . pAVI TT , E>st Street (Close to the Railwa Station) Ashburton, Lard and General Commission Agent. Orders taken for—Sydney Drays, Newcastl •nd Malvern Coal (by the truck load), Euild tng of all kinds, Fencmg Wire A Tji cultural Implements, English and Ameri Surveyor, Civil Engineers, &c. C E. FOOKS AND SON, SURVEYORS ANI LAND BROKERS Under the LanU Transfer Act, Government Contract Surveyors; Triangle, Waksnui Road, near Post-office ASHBURTON. ■ , . .. 374 ■Eii Dobson & Son, ' ; I'V I L ENGINEERS, AUTHORISED AND DICE NSED SURVEYORS, South British Chambers, 1 Hereford ; Street, Chris ichurch. ■! : ' 674 Wool and Grain Exporters, &c. a Joseph Clark, RAIN MERCHANT, Ashburton and Tinwald. Mr Joseph Clark announces to Grain Dealers’ and Farmers that he has OPENED a Branch Office in Eest street, Ashburton, for the purpose of carrying on (he Business of a Grain Merchant, Stock and General Commission Agent. Highest price given for Grain. Storage at lowest current rates. jOSE P H CLARK, East street, Ashburton. 263 a O FARMERS D. B. McLaren, Grain Broker & Seed Merchant, Christchurch, Has special facilities for the satisfactory disposal of Grain and Produce entrusted to him. Samples left with Mr S. Saunders, Ashburton, will be immediately offered in the best markets, and the highest value guaranteed. 266 a w HEAT SHIPMENTS TO ENGLAND. NOTICE TO FARMERS. T. J, Maling & Co. Make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES on' WHEAT placed in their hands *or sale in London, and guarantee Lowest Gates of Freight. The successful result of their shipments on behalf of clients last season is a sufficient guarantee that consignors’ interests are well protected by their agents in London. Prompt returns and minimum charges may be relied upon. : 322 a RME R S m O FAB We are BUYERS of WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, and all kinds of Produce, or will make ÜBERAL ADVANCES against Grain for shipment to England or colonies. Corabags supplied. _ A. MOORE & CO, 199® Christchurch. Grain Season, 1881. WE are prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES against shipments placed in our hands. We have Brplwra.of the highest standing in Mark Lane, who will give every attention to Grain consigned through us, and obtain the 3, extreme price for all shipments Farmers may intrust to our care. We have also-established Agencies in Liverpool, Glasgow. Hull, Dublin, and Antwerp, and; va. pan ship to any of these markets jf go required. Our charges are regulated at tbo lowest rates. I! pUjraINGHAM & CO., 13^“ l 11 1 Christchurch. JvOiTIOE: TO FARMERS Tbs undesigned are PCRCHASERS of ail descriptions of GRAIN delivered a their warehouses, in Lyttelton, Timaru Oamsru and Ashburton, or at any othe " wy station., ' Christchurch. SMtMUU., pI cunningham & op:, .Lii I jcf’i'v 1 - ' Christchurcl £ ashburtqn. guardian iowj vm ( •ttiFpppf.i«Tvn»aermor- 1 BvawißO. fcLfUiJ PENNY. ml reminded tht W GUARDIA] lEsTomcuLi BdroUgh and Suburbs, ah ; advertisements are vei ob ivri U'j lot

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 351, 23 May 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 351, 23 May 1881

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