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J ,)Auctioneers Commission Agents,l &&.

hj< MedHarnsori, ! : valuer, com A, mission agent, &o. ; Land Sales, Sales of Stock, Merchandise ‘ Furniture, afad Effects, Rigs, Poultry,' 'General Producer j ... ■ WEEKLY SALE every SATURDAY, a ! 12 o*d6ck sharp, commencing in the ■ Yards with HORSES.- i LAND SALES, IN THE ROOMS,! AS r'T'-L Town and Farm Properties entered on the. books. No charge unless sold. v AGfeNT--Voa THE TRANSATLANTIC «>,■} INSURANCE' COMPANY I . ini'. vii.O ; .. I .. ; ; t . ;Eyery9la« ofßiska taken at lowest rates. ■Ol bobflilfHoFi df James Pepperell, ! : I4ND. ; AGENT, ‘ >' '., y ‘ sjiippMAi Square. f ' to. and-alii classes, of jpr'6perty forpale 404 c .7*l F )H f n Surveyor, Civil Engineers! &c. •n o-fiffl «»xIT fj-rovj r; 1?, b-j. E. POORS AND SONS, fl/owunif? | S : : : Aijchitects, :: Ivj:1 ,'i; f;iiv/ .-fur;:'! 1 ■ '•'<•>'.l '-.i ■ r Crra. Engineers, Valuators, Licensed , !J ' r ' ‘StntwfeYOßS, Ain) Land Brokers, . ■fuj %J — ot-t; ■•:;,:■! 1. THE TRIANGLE,. WAKANOI RpAD, v-r..„T • • ' Ashburton, ; $74: R. Dobson & Son, t i ;a. V' bs, AUTHORISED AND IOENSED SU RV EY 0 RS, .v, is-nT ,i South British Chambers, (Mil 'HERERORDStrbbjV Christchurch. hJpil. •• ; .n. I 674 r i rrr< W. H. BRISTOW; Authorised and licensed r > f SURVEYOR, Ford and Newton’s Buildings, next Selwyn .ppppty Council office, Hereford street/. 959 c Hotels. Ashburton Hotel, iilim V t ; ASHBURTON ~I : (Next to the! Bridge). TVUNOAN McKENZIE, late of the • ! * r il \j h fernofMdtehAnd McKenzie,! having purchased thiii Well-knawn and old's- established HOTEL,- nbvr takes this.oppolrtuiflty of 1 thanking his : numerous mends and cnstomers {or the liberal slip.oo port accorded- him during his connection o with thd'lale'ffrfC, and trustd in his- new undertaking he-Vill meet with a full share I of public-patronage. ! D.MeK. trusts his S long experience-in the trade will be a sufC fioient guarantee - for the contents of the celfc*! 'Si-nothing but the best quality of i Ales, Wines and Spirits will be kept in stock. The well-known reputation of; the TABLE will he fully maintained, under M T the proprietor, who will spare no effort in making his patrons ireally comfortable. GOOD STABLING. 50c D. McKENZIE, Proprietor. FOREST HOTEL. *The undersigned having taken the above well-known Hotel, begs to; inform his • friends and the travelling public generklly r thiat they “will always find every: comfort, combined With ’civility and economy. • Wines, - Beer; and Spiritr of. the choicest : brands, &c. ••• • ; , ■ ' Hood Stabling and Secure Paddocks. 440 c JOHN BOWICE, -c>- Proprietor. Transformation!! UEEN’S HOTEL, OH RIS TI OQCBOH, keep pew the! best btands only in Liquors and Cigars. ‘r f: ., . 0- KNOWSLEY, 3310 Proprietor.

Boarding Houses, Ac. The A 1 Restaurant. MBS HARPER wishes to . intimate to the patrons of her late husband, ■il l thePablio generally,that she has taken th(w& Commodious Premises in Takcbed «r£BBT known aa the A 1 Restaurant, where SUPERIOR i ACCOMMODATION can ,|»i obtained by all who favor her with a Board and Lodging, £1 per week. ; Board only* 13s per week. : BihglO Bods and Meals, Is each. Meals at ail hours. ■jDon’t forget the Address^— MRS‘HA R P E R, ; .A 1 RESTAURANT, TaHOBBD BXBEET, AsHBTmTOV. 88c BA NA M A H OUSE , (IATK ANSTEB’b), j| , f iTAVOBED BTBEET, ASHBUBTON. ’•! • 3fcoi underajgned bem to inform the - pubis that ho has REMOVED from the -i Brines* Albert Diningrooms to the more Mmm&m Bosrdjpg-bppse lately m the nf ]tfy Anntee» where he hopes " to upon him BO °*' g. LUCAS, Mffljjgyl ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 505, 30 November 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 505, 30 November 1881

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