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'Joseph lyess. SATURDAY NEXT, At 12 noon. FRUIT AND FOREST TREES. JOSEPH IYESS. is instructed by Mr. ef G. T. Smith to sell by auction at his Mart, Burnett street, on Saturday next, A Collection of Fruit, Forest Trees, and Ornamental Shrubs. These trees are from the ■well-known Ashburton Nursery. The Auctioneer would direct the special attention of persons about to plant to the advisability of encouraging the local market, in preference to purchasing from Foreign Nurseries, as Mr Smith’s trees are known to be healthy, and will be aU guarantcecL Sale at 12 noon. Joseph ivess, 243 c Auctioneer. r- 3 •' Matson, Cos, and Co.

Matson, Cox, : & 'Co. A UCTIOKEERS & ■ VALUATORS, LAND,’ STOCK, AND ESTATE AGENTS. LOANS NEGOTIATED at Lowest Rates and on most favorable terms. GRAIN MERCHANTS: FORTNIGHTLY SALES OFj STOCK : '' "'AVill beheld at ASHBURTON AND TINWALD ALTERNATELY. NEXT SALE at ASHBURTON YARDS On TUESDAY,'JULY, ID. Agents for Royse, Stead, and Co. Agents for Robey.’s Threshing Machines. MATSON, COX, & CO. 440

For Sale. ONE D U ST. Bone Bust ON SALE, in large or small quantities. r Prices, £6 10s and £5 10s per ton. 195 c MAYO & HUNT. T o LIVERY STABLE PROPRIETORS & CARRIERS. The Undersigned has a large quantity of HAY, CARROTS, and MANGOLDS, which he is prepared to sell at low prices. JOSEPH HUNT, 258 c Wakanui Farm, 0 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. F O R A small FARM of 75 six miles of Ashburton, ALE. Acres, within on favorable terms. POYNTZ & CO.

OR SALEA FARM of 300 Acres, all sown down to wheat, well and securely Fenced, abundantly watered, and within easy access of a Railway Station. 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. Also, 595 a POYNTZ AND CO.

F O R s E. T.S. BGO. Theis section will be sold on favorable terms. POYNTZ AND CO.

W E have received instructions to SELL BY PRIVATE TREATY, 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. Public Notices. 'VfOTIOE. —POISON will be laid on _i\| my property in Cameron , street on and after July IG. — William Smith. 264 c A SHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL. sOUTII RAKAIA PLAINS WATER SUPPLY. The Ashburton County Council directs the publication of the following resolution, passed at its last meeting, relative to extraordinary damages to any‘of the waterraces constructed by the Council. The Council draws the attention of the land-owners, who have been, or are to be asked to sign the deed of agreement with this Council—to this resolution : Resolved, that in the case of extraordinary /damage to any of the water races constructed by the Council, nothing contained in the deed of agreement shall be held to bind land-owners to repair the said extraordinary damages at their own cost. By order. F. MAINWARING, Clerk. ■ ’ Ashburton, July Bth, 1881. 235 c

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 396, 15 July 1881

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