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Dan Henderson and Co. Clearing Sale OK SATURDAY NEXT, the 28th INST. 12 o’clock sharp. NO RESERVE. D HENDERSON and Co. have re- , ceived instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at their rooms and yards, Saunders’ Buildings, at 12 o’clock sharp, without the slightest reserve Reaper and Binder, by Wood, side delivery, 1 D.F. Plough, by Reid and Gray ; 1 horse power with intermediate complete ; 13-knife Chaff Cutter, byßentall;! Double Set of Silver Mounted buggy Harness, 2 Sets Leading Harness, 2 Sets ' Plough Harness, Swingletrees, 1 Grindstone, 1 Draught Horse, good worker ; 1 first rate Hack, 6 Store Pigs, a quantity of Chick Feed, good Peed Barley, Crushed Peas, Oaten Sheaf Chaff, Cheese, etc., etc. D. HENDERSON, & Co. MR T. QUILL, 896 a Auctioneer. Matson, Cox, and Co. Matson, Cox & Co., STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, LAND & MONEY BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION AGENTS, ASHBURTON. Their business will include the management of Estates, Investment and Procuration of Money, Valuation of Properties, Stock, &c., and General Agency. They will hold throughout the District Public Auction Sales of Land, Live and Dead Stock; also on Market Days at Ashburton and Tinwald, Fat and Store Stock. They are also prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances on Properties, Stock, Wool, &c., placed in their hands for sale. FO RTN I 0 H~T L Y SALES OF Stock Will be held at ASHBURTON AND TINWALD ALTERNATELY. MATSON, COX, & CO., Agents for Robey & Co.’s CELEBRATED THRESHING MACHINES 440 Tenders. TENDERS are required for the ERECTION of Blacksmith’s Shop and Store, labor only, at Ashburton, for P. and D. Duncan. Plans to seen at our office, on and after SATURDAY, 28th, and at Ashburton, at Messrs Montgomery and Co.’s, on and after Monday, the 30th inst. Tenders to be sent in to our office by 4 p.m. on SATURDAY, June 4th. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 907 a P. AND D. DUNCAN. ROAD DISTRICT TENDERS are invited for the following WORKS : No. 35—Forming, &c., Footpaths on the Wakanui road, from Belt to Trevor’s road. No. 36 —Supply of about 200 yards of Metal for Beach road, near Belt. Plans and specification, can be seen at the Board’s office, Moore street, where tenders will be received till 10 a.m. on THURSDAY, June 2nd. FOOKS & SON, Surveyors, &c. Road Board Office, May 25th, 1881. 890 a THE EDUCATION BOARD OF THE DISTRICT OF NORTH CANTERBURY. TO BUILDERS. LISMORE SCHOOL—HINDS (UPPER) TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of a SCHOOL as above. Plans, specifications, and conditions can bo seen at the • house of Mr Joseph Ward, Ashburton. Endorsed tenders are to be sent to the Chairman of the Board not later than 3 p.m, on WEDNESDAY, Ist June. The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. A. W. SIMPSON, Architect. Christchurch, 20th May, 1881. 874 a TENDERS are required for BREAK-ING-UP 600 Acres of Tussock Land, 10 inches by 4 inches ; and for about 600 Acres of CROSS-PLOUGHING after turnips, 10 inches by inches, at Lyndhurst, near Methven. Crossploughing to be finished, one-half by 30th June and balance by 31st July. Breakingup to be finished by October 31st. Tenders for the whole, or blocks of not less than 200 acres, to be sent in by 28th MAY, to L. & E. COSTER, Somerton, Rakaia. May 18th, 1881. 834 a fjl E N D E R S. Tenders are invited for PLOUGHING 300 acres of Stubble Land at Grange Farm (late Mr Bullock’s). For particulars apply at the Farm, two miles from Ashburton. 867 a Public Notices. mEN SHILLINGS REWARD—LOST, from Ashburton, on the 23rd of May, a small dark red COW, with a rope around its neck. Above reward to anyone giving information as to its where abouts. —P. Williams. 893 a A SHBURTON MILLS. OWNERS of GRISTS will be CHARGED Id and 2d per bushel respectively for CLEANING First and Second Class WHEAT, in addition to the charge for Grinding. HENRY BOWERS 629 a (For Saunders Brothers). iT ESTERPIELD MILLS. Having taken the above Mills, I beg to inform farmers and the public generally that the MILL is NOW OPEN, and hope, by turning out a first-class article, to merit a share of public support. Gristing on the usual terms. Cash buyer of grain. JAMES CLARK. March 17th, 1881. 376 a ALFRED COOK, news runner for the Lyttelton Times, Canterbury Times, and Star, is prepared to undertake the distribution of circulars, hand-bills, &c., and to do general light porter work, and odd jobs. 794 a AND £3,500 i sums of £IOO and upwards, Security, at lowest current I* W. H. GUNDBY, Ashburton.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 355, 27 May 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 355, 27 May 1881

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