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T. Bullock. ROPEBTY SALE, DECEMBER ioth. P SATURDAY My NEXT SALE o£ TOWN, SUBURBAN and other PROPERTIES will take place on the above date. Persons desirous of offering any will please communicate with the undersigned at once. 199 d T. BULLOCK. T. Bullock, Auctioneer, estate AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, EAST STREET, AND AT THE BAZAAR, BURNETT STREET, Ashburton. G RASS LAND. GRASS LAND. TO LET, at a low rental—A FARM of 230 Acres, together with a sevenroomed House, situated about miles from the township. It is all laid down in English grasses, and well watered with a windmill pump ; or the above can be let in two lots, as follows ; 110 Acres with House 120 ~ without ~ T. BULLOCK. F OR SALE, Cheap, a capital American Buggy. T. BULLOCK. TO LET, a Cottage in Tancred street, now in occupation of Mr F. Clark. Possession can be had on 10th inst. T. BULLOCK F OR SALE, CHEAP. A Buckeye MOWING MACHINE, suitable for cutting grass or grain. T. BULLOCK. O ATS. O S. FOR SALE.—FEED OATS, in quantities to suit purchasers. T. BULLOCK, w O O L. W O O L. The undersigned is a Purchaser at highest market price. T. BULLOCK M O N £ L 2,000 TO LEND, in one sum, on eehold security, at lowest current rates; 50,L1,000 on first-class freehold security, sums to suit borrowers. T. BULLOCK. FOR SALE.—That valuable piece of Land opposite “ The Grange,” being Lot 8, Tancred and Allan’s sale plan, and lontaining 41a 3r 28p, situated only two niles from the township of Ashburton. T. BULLOCK. CO LET. Stable and Loose-boxes opposite the County Saleyarda. Iso, Dwelling-house, together with padock, lately in the occupation of Mr Peter ood. These stables being situated close > the Saleyards affords a good opening >r a person to cake in horses to bait. The lose-boxes are suitable for entire horses uring the season. Apply at once. B T. BULLOCK LIOR SALE.—HaIf-acre Section facing ' the North Town Belt. Good site r private residence. T. BULLOCK HO LET, at a Low Rental. —Shop and I Dwelling-house, Triangle, adjoining [r Thiele’s, Baker. T. BULLOCK 2*7c Auctioneer and Estate Agent. Barristers, Solicitors, & Branson & Purnell, BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. EAST STREET. 46a C. W. Ireland, jgARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, Saunders’ Buildings, Ashburton. 8a Business Notices. THE cry is “ Still they come,” and the world seems to think I was right when I insisted on it, and tried to prove that Ashburton is “ the best place in New Zealand by far.” I hope everyone will find it so, and I take this opportunity to again thank my many kind friends for their past favors, and to assure them and the public generally that I shall, in these days of competition, do my level best to keep in the front —by attention, civility, and by giving good value. Seasonable Fruits, consignments constantly arriving, also on view a choice lot of sugar-cured hams and bacon, a further consignment of the celebrated Blended TEAS, the praise of which is on the lips of so many as well as in my advertisement. H. M. Carson’s New Fruit and Italian Warehouse (next Bank of New Zealand), East street. Sole Agent for Nelson, Moate, «fc Co.’s Puke Blended Teas. 3c rpHE FUTURE OF NEW ZEALAND. As the future prosperity of these sunny isles depends in a great measure on the support which is given to colonial manufactures, A. Craighead & Co., MERCHANT TAILORS, Tancred swim, Have determined to encourage the ■ manufacture of Colonial Tweeds as much as the requirements of their business will permit. By following this course they will be enabled not only to foster the growth and development of the internal resources of New Zealand, but will also be enabled to offer to their friends, patrons, and the general public a very SUPERIOR ARTICLE AT A MODERATE PRICE. 1- To carry this idea’ to a practical issue they have just been favored widi a large 2 consignment of the >, CELEBRATED KAIAPOI TWEEDS, Manufactured to their special order for the coming season. As these Tweeds are it equal, and in some respects superior, to t- anything of the same class that can be 1- imported, they feel confident that, by n strict attention to business, and by the exercise of their usual care in cutting and m fitting, they will continue to give that satisfaction which their rapidly increasing business warrants them in believing they have given in the past. ?y PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. A. CRAIGHEAD AND CO 716 i

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 504, 9 December 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 504, 9 December 1881

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