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Auctioneers, Commission Agents, &c. Alfred Harrison,_ A t&TidHi&lC VALUED, COM--21. MISSION AGENT, Ae. Lend Stf&j SAles of Stock, Merchandise, J\ir£|ttiMand’Effects, Pigs, r Toultry, ' 'and General Produce. WEEKEYSALEerfery SATURDAY, at 12 i'olodksharp, commencing in the ’ l ‘Ttards-tritli HORSES. LAND SALES!, IN THE ROOMS, AS REQUIRED, v Town .‘and Earn Properties entered on the books; Nochargeunless iold. ’ AGENT V&k -THE TRANSATLANTIC: FIRE 1 INSURANCE COMPANY. Every class of Risks takenat lowest rates. 287 a ALFRED HARRISON. ■ '" e-i'iJrt" —fr“- —“t-ti — —‘—“ F *«?«■»«■. DAVITT, 3,-t aril ro -XTI .• . • East Street (Close to the Railway Statiqn) Ashburton, Agent, Drays, Newcastle •nd MatreriiCoal (by the truck load), Buildtng Maffijalc oft all kinds, > Fencing Wire, Amadhanl'lmplements, English and Ameri--3*5. . . 6o?a Surveyor,‘Civil Engineers, Ac. it rr'*.» t ■' . C. AS-© i SQN, • f I CENSED 'SURVEYORS *-* gid' nr Jn BROKERS Under the Land Transfer Act, AND Government Contract Surveyors, Triangle, Wakandi 'JBoad, hear Post-office ASHBURTON. 374 E. Dobson & Son, GI V'f l; ij NGINE ER S, r : AUTHORISED AND LICENSED SURVEYORS, Soutfr British Chambers, HEBKTORD' StBBXT, OffRISrCHDRCH. ■■ 674

WoolandGrain Exporters, &c. Iff OTIC® TO FARMERS. The nftrorUgned ore PURCHASERS of all deidriotidtis of GRAIN delivered at their trareneuliea In Lyttelton, Timaru, Oanuum andAshburton,< or at any other railway station, n P. CUNNINGHAM & CO., 14a Christchurch.

Joseph Clark, HEKCH A N T, \Jf Ashbtjbtoe ajfd Tnm aid. Mr Joseph Ciaux announces to Grain Dealers and Farmers that he has OPENED ! a Branch Office in Best street, Aahbutteh, for the purpose of carrying on.f the:; Business- of a Grain Merchant, Stock and General Commission Agent. Highest prira .given for Grain. Storage at lowest current rates. JOS BP H OLk El, E AB,X ‘ SHUT, . jABHBDEKHV. 263 a

mmmm w HEAT SHIPMENTS TO ENGLAND. NOTIOETOFARMERS. T. J. & Co. LTHBRAL. CASH ADVANCES on WHEAT placed in''their hands *or sale in London, and guarantee Lowest Rates of Freight The successful ; : reshit of their shipments on ,h&half 'of last season is a sufficient;guarantee that consignors’ interests are'well protected' by their agents in London.'*" 1 ' ' Prompt nunununr charges may he reJied!UPPP*n . ■ 322 a ihS. sf-' O S AB :M B B S. fa are HOFBSSof WHEAT; OATS, BABLEy,>:andall kinds of Produce, or vilimake LIBERAL ADVANCES against GKsfr|nr *fei|gPSWittp Englandpr colonies. Christchurch. —■ ' '< )fj 4jii raatui’*'?. ■ v Siw I l ' 'iAlr . Impractical Boot and; c *r,.Fowler's Buildings, ‘i* iqndfi and, descripShoes, peggedßand - Extra < i > ■ 1 >,N°. 1, OHRIST- •" iTrfi.l : ' 6DIOP® from the GRILL ; Every Night" f< * (hmn till 'Midnight. s fld. 3 6 934 a ,■ , »v**nro. reminded that T'OCARDIAN Ajgliand Suburbs, and la are 'very.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 367, 10 June 1881

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