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Auctioneers, CsrewMawpoagenrak ®b. -tstr-M Alfiiedißtorisoii, AUCTIONEER, VALUER*- COMmssi%T4WS^&o. Land Sals?,; Spice : p{i Stock, Merchandise; Furniture and Efi&ts,' Poultry, and Gcp^Etd^Produce). t. r■■ WEEKLY lO aVi i AAMtn'nn lal —. nr -', T\ VitWy . ' 12 o’chsdk sha'tpi. ‘(iommehcing in ‘ Tarda with HORDES. . LAND SALES, IN ThSJROOMS, AS moil i; S WWft 3 .iht.: ii ry-1 Town jand? Farm Properties entered , on' tha Twnlfh-. ... Ko-charge nul-Jgg HU. X FOR ‘the TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Every class of Risks taken, at lowest.rates. 28Ja .Tj!TAJ^PRI^rHAfiRI^^J James JRepperell, House and ; land.-o agent, SQXTAKH, ; : ; ,' jiav. f\Ch|ristehwdi. ii- =-: • ■ _ launii jv,- n'i .■ L .<• u!. i- -■■■•■ ■ Hon^f^tp^x<et,, and alii classes of: iproperly .£»H .mfi i1.;;404c Surveyor, Civil 1 &c. CE. FOOKS ,aP SO,NS, -uioU adl nso-il jj O'• -j-mej-. Architects*, ..t As •/R Ai- • 1 CrvxL Engikeebs,- 1 aluaxoes , Licensed - the tangle., wakang; Arhbuktok. I 374 i'j/.ijj ' t E. Dobson & Son, n I AUTBOBISXD. ,'AND Lie KJ&g-JBli'r S VM-J-XY D B S, South British Chambers, HEH£FOBIi- -SmEET,- ! GfIEk3rCHtJBCH. : I. i: :I.il v ; ; *674 Hh AUT&SRJSEP7/ AND LICENSED : SHRIYEYOR, Ford and Newton’s Bnildings r next Selwyn County Council office, Hereford street. \ ;’i;,:969c Hotels. AsbbnrtonHotel, ASHBURTQN . (Nextto Bridge). DungaN' McKenzie, late of the hntt idffMutch' and McKenzie, haying purchased this well-known- and oldestablished HOTEL,; how takes’ this > op-* portunity; oof thanking - his- numerous mends and castomera for the liberal support accorded; hiin during his connection with the iktio. firmf andtrußts in ■ his-new undertaking he will meet with a lull share of public patronage. D. McK. trusts-bis long experience in the/trade will be a sufficient guarantee for r .the ; .-contents Of the cellar, as'pojihmg but. the! best /quality: .ofAles, Wfp^ ; be) kept in Stock. £■•;», r i. /. i".UU • The wellrkpqtKl*.-.-reputation of .the TART.F will be ftilly maiplaihed, under the personal supervision of me proprietor, who will spare no effort in making his patrons realty! comfortable. QQpp. STABLING. 60c d. McKenzie, Proprietor. A LFORD FORES T HO TEL. The undersigned having taken the above ell-known Hotel, begs to ; infonp. his riends and the travelling public, geneilly that they will always find ; every. com>rt, combined civility and ecopomy.'Wines, Beefi;|hid .Spirits of thechpioest rands, Ac. 1 Good Stabling and Secure Paddocks, 440 c JOHN BOWIOK, Proprietor. Transformation!! QUEEN’S HOTEL, OHRIST- . CHURCH, . keep now the best brands only in Liquors and Cigars. 0. KNOWSLBY, SSlo ’ 7 Proprietor. Boarding Houses. &c. The A 1 Restaurant. Mrs harper wM«b to intimate to the pritrous of her late husband, and thePublio generally, that she has taken fhou Commodious Premises in Tancbed stkeet known as the A 1 Restaurant, where SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION can be obtained by all who favor her with a visit

Board and Lodging,£l per week. Board only, 13a per week. Single Beds and Meals, Is each. Meals at aHhourii. : / , J&r- Don't forget the Address— M R S. IJ A R P E R, A 1 RESTAURANT, A N A M A HOUSE (Lara asbxbe’s), XlSOBB) SXaRKX,: AariitTETOK. - The undersigned begs to inform the |>rince Alb mgr rooms to ■ the more lately in the occupation or Mk Anstee; where he hopes T-iSOMD BXBEKT, . Ashbokton. 8. LUCAS, Proprietor.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881

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