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Matson, Cox, and Co. Matson, Cox, & Co. A UCTIONEERS & VALUATORS, LAND, STOCK, AND ESTATE AGENTS. LOANS NEGOTIATED at Lowest Rates and on most favorable terms. GRAIN MERCHANTS. FORTNIGHTLY SALES OF STOCK Will be held at ASHBURTON AND TINWALD ALTERNATELY. NEXT SALE at ASHBURTON YARDS On TUESDAY, JULY, 19. Agents for Royse, Stead, and Co. Agents for Robey.’a Threshing Machines. MATSON, COX, & O. 44a J. T. Ford and Co. TO STOCK OWNERS, FARMERS, AND OTHERS, IN THE COUNTY OF ASHBURTON. We beg to announce that we have COMMENCED BUSINESS AT ASHBURTON, AS AUCTIONEERS & COMMERCIAL AGENTS, For the Sale of STATIONS, FARMS, LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, PRODUCE, &c. We have arranged with Messrs Friedlandbr Bros, to receive entries, and to make arrangements for sales on our account in the Ashburton District. Our experience in all classes of Farm and Station Properties, Stock, Produce, &c., and our intimate knowledge of the markets in the chief centres of New Zealand, combined with the close acquaintance with the requirements of the district of Messrs Freidlander Bros., who will carry out the arrangements for sales, is a guarantee that the business entrusted to our care will be well and promptly attended to. J. T. Ford and Co., AUCTIONEERS, Christchurch, Timaru, and Ashburton. WITH reference to the above, our name is a sufficient guarantee that any business entrusted to our care will receive every possible attention. FRIEDLANDER BROS., Merchants. May 23, 1881. 880 a Barristers, Solicitors, &c. W. F. Wildin B ARRISTER, SOLICITOR, NOTARY PUBLIC. g AND Attendance at Ashbdrton evert Friday. OFFICE: NEXT THE MAIL OFFICE, BURNETT STREET. 117 c Branson & Purnell, •v ARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS EAST STREET. 4 6 B C. W. Ireland, gARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, Saunders’ Buildings, Ashburton. 8a Hotels. Ashburton Hotel, ASHBURTON (Nextjtojthe Bridge). Duncan McKenzie, late of the firm of Mutch and McKenzie, having purchased this well-known and oldi established 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 cellar, as nothing but the best quality of Ales, Wines and Spirits will be kept in stock. The well-known reputation of the TABLE will be fully maintained, under the personal supervision of the proprietor, who will spare no effort in making his patrons really comfortable. GOOD J3TABLING. D. MoKENZIB, 500 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. Cafd 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. S. HAWKINS, 873 a Manager. jyj- RS FENWICK’S Adelaide Hotel, Hanover street, DUNEDIN. Good Accommodation for Boarders. 872 a mrs Fenwick. Ball programme cards in very neat styles, with Pencils and Ribbons, printed at the Guardian Office, East Street, near Railway Station,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 393, 12 July 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 393, 12 July 1881

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