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Alfred Harrison. TREES. WEDNESDAY, 29TH JUNE. 12 o’clock sharp. Alfred harrison win sell by public auction, a consignment of TREES, viz., Pinus Insigiuis, Macrocarpa, Wellingtonia, Weeping Pine, Lausoniana, Abies Excelsa, Austrian Pine, Scotch Fir, Lauristinns, Laurels, Walnuts, Filberts, Quicks, Burberry for fences, Apples, Cherries, Plums, Ac., Ac., Specially packed, with the utmost care, for this market. ALFRED HABRISON, 118 c Auctioneer. K. P. Gray. UNDER DISTRAINT FOR RENT, AT MAYFIELD (HINDS). ON THE FARM OF JO UN MURPHY. SATURDAY, 25TH JUNE, 1881. KF. G R A Y , has received instructions from Mr Barclay Martin, to Sell by Public Auction, at the above place, unless previously settled, LIVE AND DEAD SIOCK, Consisting of Draught Horses, Milk Cows (in calf), 3 Heifers, Ploughs, Drays, Harrows, Harness, &c. 400 Bushels Feed Oats &c., &c., &c. No Reserve. Sale at 1 o’clock. K. F. GRAY, Auctioneer. N.B.—The nearest Railway Station to above Farm is the Hinds. 101 c Lost. STRAYED, from a paddock near Tinwald, on April 12th—30 or more Merino EWES, branded X and several ear-marks. Anyone giving information as to their whereabouts to Mr McLanghlan (Rangitata) or Office of this Paper will bo rewarded. 82c JAS. McLAUGHLAN. TendersUPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. TENDERS are invited for REPAIRS on North-east Town Belt (Domain road), viz., Culvert Ditch, Levelling a portion of Footpath, Ac. Tenders to be sent in not later than noon of MONDAY, the 27th inst. For specifications and particulars apply to ROBT. D. PULLAR, 110 c Surveyor to the Board. fjp O BUILD ER S. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of a DWELLING-HOUSE on the Westerfield Station. Plans and specifications may be seen at Messrs Jameson and Roberts, Ashburton. All tenders to be sent to Mr W. Marley, Hereford street, Christchurch, on or before TUESDAY, June2Bth. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 65c For Sale. s\N SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED. Andrews and Beaven’s celebrated Canterbury, Zealandia, and Australian Chaff Cutters, From £l3 upwards. Horse Gear from £lolos, simple strong and compact. 998 a POYNTZ & CO. O R E. A small FARM of 75 Acres, within c miles of Ashburton, on favorable POYNTZ & CO. JP OR SALE. A FARM of 300 Acres, all sown down to wheat, well and securely Fenced, abundantly watered, and within easy access of a Railway Station. Also, 200 Acres of good LAND to Let for Cropping, or For Sale on a purchasing clause. Two well-finished three-roomed COTTAGES, situated on a Quarter-Acre of Land, on the East Town Belt, close to the High School. These cottages are now let to good tenants, at a fair rental, and will be sold on easy terms of payment. 595 a POYNTZ AND CO. F O R S E. T.S. 907, 908, 909, 910, being one acre in a block; also, T.S. 860. These sections will be sold on favorable terms. POYNTZ AND CO. W E have received instructions to 1 SELL BY PRIVATE TREATY, A SNUG Improved Farm, Now in fallow. This Farm consists of 127 Acres of the best land in the Wakanui District and will bo sold a bargain, on easy terms of payment. For particulars, apply to 804 a DAN HENDERSON & CO. AND FOR SALE. 564 ACRES improved Farm, situated at Dromore, of which 370 acres are laid down in grass, and 130 acres are in stubble, after one crop, balance in tussock. Small house. Sub-division fences, plantation, &c. The new water race is supposed to run through this property. 644 ACRES in tussock at Lauriston on the Forks railway line, with the water race running through the centre of the section. Terms easy. Apply to CUFF & GRAHAM, 597 a Christchurch£2,ooo AND £8,500 TO LEND, in sums of £IOO and upwards, on Freehold Security, at lowest current rate of interest. W. H. GUNDB Y, Ashburton.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 378, 24 June 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 378, 24 June 1881

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