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Auctioneers, Commission Agents, Sc. Aliped Harrison, /VAJSM, ■ COMTsHOT. AGENT, &c. LandSfdea, Sales Of Stocky Merchandise, Furiiiinifd atid Effects.'Pigs, Poultry, C-tt WEEKLY, SALE every SATURDAY, at l£i o'clock sharp, commencing in the fi ! ■ Yards with HORSES. LAND SALES, IN THE ROOMS, AS "‘’s;;’: _ Town hnd i’arin 'Properties entered on tjta.tyjqlpi. charge unless sold. VGENT' FOr THE ■ TRANSATLANTIC EI^E-INSURANCE COMPANY. Everyclass ,of. Risks, taken at lowest rates. 285 a ALFRED HARRISON. ‘ pi R EDK . A V IT T , E>st Street; .{Close, to the Railway Station)" !Ash|;urton, Lahd andlGeneral / Commission Agent. Ordere-taken^for—Sydney Drays, Newcastle ■nd Malvern 1 Coal l fby ’the truck load), Building Material 1 of all kinds. Fencing Wire, Agrfajltn'ral Implements, English and American, &c., ■ 607 a Civil Engineers, Sc. C -iE.' FOOKS AND SON, S SED ' A ND ' i ' ;; LAND BROKERS the Lanq Jransfer Act, Government Contract . Surveyors, Triangle, Wakanui Road, near Post-office T-* ! ASHBURTON, rj fill;. y:i>!u;< ■ 1 !>r v . 7 H-.--■ .■ -.'374 Dobson & Son, CL V ifHL'f EtH fi l N E E R S, AIJTHdRISED AND. ' •’ LI-C EN S E Di 1. S U R YE Y O R S, 115 Soirthr'Britißh Chambers, 6U W.9gl ,apd Crain Exporters, &c. T»7frr TTT G c 'd.OSfeph Clark, RA I N ME ECH ANT, 1 Ashburton and Tinwald. Mlf JosRRH Clark -announces to Grain, Dealer# f and.: Farmers . that he has OPENED ; a ’ Branch Office in Best street, Ashburton, for the purpose of .carrying; .r on the Business of a Grain Merchant, Stock and General Commission Agqpfe price given for Grain. Storage Rt lowest; currentratea. '»T 0"S E-P BE ,0 L ARE, ,S IR B BT, . „ , ABBSP&TON. 263 a T E. A R M E R S GBjAlN.'Broker; ; S? SEED MERCHANT, o;U I Christchurch, . Has special facilities for the satisfactory disposal of Grain and ' Produce entrusted to him/ V. « =<'•<•'! ■' Samples left with Mr S. Saunders, Ashwill be immediately offered in the best'-markets, and the highest value guaranteed. 256 a WHEAT SHIPMENTS .TO ENG- - LAND. Hti.'l..■ ; : NOTICE TO FARMERS. & Co. ADVANCES on'.'WHEAT placed in their hands r;j ßa!e in, and guarantee of E^eight, iWr,successful : result of their ship-mefttA'oß-'behalf of clients last season is a guarantee that consignors’ interests are well protected by their agents in Lhii’den. ' !l , returns andminimum charges may be 1 relied upon. S22a mill j- ■■■- -n ■ ' ■ ■- ■■ '■■■■ - ,'' f;,'a. r;, m e : r'HF. BUYERS^; 1 WHEAT, OATS, BARNEY,. and .all., kinds of Produce, or wilTmake LIBERAL ADVANCES against Grain for shipment to England or colonies. Cornbags supplied, ■, a. moore & co, 1 , , ; Christchurch. Griain Season, 1881. ■ -mi -{ln<; 'i-roiiJ . .. ■VT.TiE are prepared to make LIBERAL Y,y>d;fC ASS 'ADVANCES against shipments' placed' in' our hands. We have Brokers of ■ the highest standing in Mark Lanw,-who will‘ give every attention to Griin ‘consigned 1 through us, and obtain thfltoditremei; price for all shipments may intrust to our care. We haeniodscv established Agencies in LiverDublin, and Antwerp, ship toany of these markets if so'reqmred. -Our charges are regulated at AedoWedt' rates. ‘•n P;' CUNNINGHAM & 00., t • Christchurch. “l\Bi!©T : pOE T;o‘ FARMERS. ■. TOtPubder^gned ' Are "PURCHASERS of flbiiftriptionk' of GRAIN delivered at Lyttelton, Timaru, OaMrifAnd or at any other ndnfky dtatiori.' n - - •>••• P. CUNNINGHAM, & CO., 7 ‘ 'f " J 'Pfaristchufch., '.GUARDIAN :u -v T-r-T , m .^BusHKp i bvbhiho. 1 fieh6a3.--t.mc. i! '.li J '"i ‘ ; , I A Mm that IiHBURTON GUARDIAN Alin tbe .Subjirhs, and , .arg^yery

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 358, 31 May 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 358, 31 May 1881

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