TrUnllook. i T. Bullock, UOTIONEER, ESTATE AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, EAST STREET, AND AT THE BAZAAR, BURNETT STREET, Ashbubton. QRASS LAND. GRASS LAND. TO LET, at a low rental—A FARM of 230 Acres, together with a sevenroomed House, situated about 1J 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. fJIO FARMERS. FOR SALE, Cheap, Harvester King Wire Binder. T. BULLOCK. F JIOR SALE, Cheap, a capital American Buggy. T. BULLOCK. F OR SALE, CHEAP. A Buckeye MOWING MACHINE, suitable lor cutting grass or grain. T. BULLOCK. 0 ATS. O s. FOR SALE. —FEED OATS, in quantities to suit purchasers. T. BULLOCK, M O N E Y. L 2,000 TO LEND, in one sum, on freehold security, at lowest current rates; also,Ll,ooo on first-class freehold security, in 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 containing 41a 3r 28p, situated only two miles from the township of Ashburton. . T. BULLOCK. TO LET. —Stable and Loose-boxes opposite the County Saleyards. Also, Dwelling-house, together with paddock, lately in the occupation of Mr Peter Good. These stables being situated close to the Saleyards affords a good opening for a person to cake in horses to bait. The loose-boxes are suitable for entire horses during the season. Apply at once. T. BULLOCK FOP SALE.—HaIf-acre Section facing the North Town Belt. Good site for private residence. T. BULLOCK TO LET, at a Low Rental. —Shop and Dwelling-house, Triangle, adjoining Mr Thiele’s, Baker. T. BULLOCK 827 c Auctioneer and Estate Agent. o Let. TO LET-Three SHOPS and 3 OFFICES, in Saunders’ Buildings, lately occupied by T. R. Hodder and Co., as a Drapery and Clothing Establishment. Apply, Robert Alcorn. 143 d Lost. REWARD. “LOST—From the Hinds, about a fortnight ago, one Brown Draught HORSE, branded S with J conjoined on near shoulder. The above reward will be paid to anyone who may lead to the recovery of the same to the undersigned. Any person detaining the horse after this notice will be prosecuted. HOUGHTON & CO., 399 d Hinds. Railway Notices. ZEALAND RAILWAYS. EXCURSION TO DUNEDIN, INVERCARGILL, AND THE LAKES. EXTENDED PRIVILEGES. Passengers may Book on 26th Dec. (per Express Train) at same Cheap Fares as on 24th, the Tickets being available for return . for Fourteen Days from date of issue. W. M. HANNAY, Traffic Superintendent. Traffic Superintendent’s Office, Dunedin, Dec. 20, 1881 414 d
ZEALAND RAILWAYS. (Christchurch Section.) IMPORTANT NOTICE. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. GRAND SOUTHERN TOUR TO DUNEDIN, INVERCARGILL, AN D THE LAKES (Including Waimea Plains). On the 24th DECEMBER Excursion Tickets will be issued as under:— .3 From 6D cT w o ® -M go a . ODJ : Ist. 2nd Ist. 2nd. Ist. 2iid. Christchurch 30s 20s 50s 35s 60s 40s Ashburton... 30s 20s 50s 35s 60s 40s Terauka ...20s 15s 40s 30s 50s 35s Timaru ... 20s 15s 40s 30s 60s 35s Waimate ... 20s 15s 40s 30s 50s 35s Passengers from Intermediate places inust take Ordinary Tickets by one of the Ordinary Trains to nearest of above Stations, and there re-book at Excursion Fares, and join Excursion Train. i The Excursion Tickets will be available for Passengers to travel to Dunedin either by 8 15 a.m. Express on 24th, or by Night Special same day, leaving Christchurch at 8.40 p.m., Ashburton at 11.10 p.m., Temuka at 12.45 a.m., Timaru at 1.30 a.m., Studholme Junction at 2.35 a m., arriving at Dunedin at 8 a.m. (25th). The Tickets are available for return at any time within 14 days from day of issue (i.e., the return journey must be completed by 9th January, 1882). Passengers for Kingston and Queenstown may continue their journey from Dunedin on Monday, 26th December, by | a Special Train which leaves at 6.15 a.m., | arriving in Kingston at 2.25 p.m., where a Steamer will be in readiness to leave for Queenstown; or Passengers for Invercargill and Kingston desirous of remaining a few days in Dunedin, or at any Station south of Dunedin, and then going forward, may travel by any Ordinary Train. Kingston or Queenstown Passengers have the option of travelling either by Waimea Plains Railway or via Invercargill, when going or returning. W. M. HANNAY, Traffic Superintendent. Traffic Superintendent’s Office, g
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 516, 23 December 1881
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