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Tress. Joseph Ivess, KICK, LAMP, 3-KTATE A COMMISSION /.GKNT, WILL COMMENCE BUSINESS' In his new Auction Mart, BURNETT STREET, ASHBURTON, ON THE Ist JULY. FORTNIGHTLY SALES OF STOCK Will be held alternately at TINWALD & ASHBURTON. SPECIAL NOTICE TO FARMERS. Arrangements are being made for the holding of Weekly Sales of Farm Produce, Implements, Horses, etc. Entries may be made at the office on and after the Ist July. Advances made on every description of produce, etc., consigned for sale. Loans negotiated on moderate terms. Fire Risks effected at current rates. J.I. will hold his OPENING SALE EARLY IN JULY. Entries will be received for same after the Ist J uly. JOSEPH IYESS, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT, Burnett street, Ashburton. 128 c Money. M ONEY TO LEND. On the SECURITY of FREEHOLD or LEASEHOLD PROPERY, or Loans for short dates, will be made on any approved security. Apply to Wm. HORNE, Care of P. Cunningham & Co., Ashburton. 54c Money TO LEND, in sums of £SO and upwards, on Approved FREEHOLD SECURITY. RICH. WM. FEREDAY, Solicitor, 259 a Colombo street, Christchurch. Barristers, Solicitors, &c. W. F. Wilding, Barrister, solicitor, and NOTARY PUBLIC. Attendance at Ashburton evert Friday. OFFICE; NEXT THE MAIL OFFICE, BURNETT STREET. 117 c Branson & Purnell, JgARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS BAST STREET. _____ 46 C. W. Ireland, AND SOLICITOR, Saunders’ Buildings, Ashburton. 8a Hotels. Ashburton Hotel, ASHBURTON (Next Bridge). Duncan McKenzie, late of the firm of Mutch and McKenzie, having purchased this well-known and oldestablished HOTEL, now takes this opportunity of thanking his numerous friends and customers for the liberal support accorded him during his _ connection with the late firm, and trusts in his new undertaking he will meet with a full share of public patronage. D. McK. trusts his long experience in the trade will be a sufficient guarantee for the contents of the as nothing but the best quality of Ales, Wines and Spirits will be kept in stock. The well-known reputation of the TABLE will he fully maintained, under the personal supervision of the proprietor, who will spare no effort in making his patrons really comfortable. GOOD . STABLING. D. MoKENZIE, 60c Proprietor. Dunedin coffee palace and PRIVATE HOTEL. Moray Place. These extensive premises, replete with every comfort as a first-class Restaurant and Family Hotel, are now open to the public. Caftf and spacious Dining-rooms, Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Saloons, Reading, Smoking, and Chess Rooms ; Single Bedrooms and suits of Apartments. The elevation of the Hotel is extremely healthy, and the views from the upper rooms simply magnificent. Terms moderate. S. "sT"HAWKINS, 873 a Manager. RS FENWICK’S Adelaide Hotel, Hanover street, DUNEDIN. Good Accommodation for Boarders. 872 a ~MRS FENWICK New Restaurant, MORTON’S HOTEL. High street, Christchurch. George wT~oollinson (From Carle’s) Proprietor. Luncheon from Twelve o’clock. 264 a WANTED KNOWN. Ashburton REGISTRY OFFICE for Male and Female Servants. —L. F. Andrbwes begs to inform the public of Ashburton and districts that ho has opened the above. Male and Female Servants of all classes provided. Employers requiring servants and all persons with good recommendations, who are in want of situations, are requested to apply to L. F. Andrewes, Labor Agent, Bookseller and Stationer, East street South.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 388, 6 July 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 388, 6 July 1881

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