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T. Bullock. THURSDAY 12TH JANUARY. AUCTION SALE AT RAKAIA. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Dr J. H. M'Kenzie (in consequence of his leaving the district), to sell by Public Auction, at his residence, near the Railway Station, Rakaia, on the above date, the whole of his household Furniture & Effects Comprising—Sitting Room, Dining Room, Bed Room, and Kitchen Furniture, etc., etc., as follows : Kidderminster Carpet, 12 x 15, Loo, Gipsy and American Folding Table, Large Easy Chairs, in maroon repp, 6 Austrian dark bentwood Chairs, Bronze Lamp, Bracket do, with extra glasses, Lace Curtains, Fenders and Fire Irons, Kauri Desk (made to order) with drawers and presses, Double Iron Bedstead and Bedding, Camp Bod, Kauri Chest Drawers, Looking Glasses, English Cane Seated Chairs, Dinner Service, Plain white and gold Tea Service, Green majolica Dessert Service (for 6), Claret Jug and Decanters, Tumblers, Glasses, Pictures, Kitchen Utensils, Garden Tools, etc., etc., too numerous to mention Also, Very Superior American Buggy, by “ Ivors,” and the well-known buggy Horse, Silver-Plated Harness, Saddle and Bridle, Five-chambered Revolver, Lawn Tennis Set complete etc., etc.

Sale at I o’clock. T. BULLOCK, 531 d Auctioneer. T. Bullock, AU CT I O|N EER, ESTATE AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, EAST STREET, AND AT THE BAZAAR, Burnett street, Ashbueton. T 0 FARMERS. For Sale, 800 Cross-bred LAMBS. T. BULLOCK. SALE, Cheap, a capital American Buggy. T. BULLOCK. F F OR SALE, CHEAP. A Buckeye MOWING MACHINE, suitable for cutting grass or grain. T. BULLOCK. 0 ATS. OATS. 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 000 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.

FOR SALE. —Half-acre Section facing the North Town Belt. Good site for private residence. T. BULLOCK. F O R E. Five or Ten Acres GRASS LAND, together with a Dwelling-House of 6 Rooms, situated about one mile from the Town Belt North. T. BULLOCK. To Let. TO LET. —One Hundred Acres of good FEED to let for grazing. Apply for particulars to Mr W. H. Gundry, East street. E. Rippenoale, Ashburton Forks. 537 d T o E A PIYE-ROOMED COTTAGE i Trevorton, adjoining Mr Mayo’s. Apply to W. R. BOYLE, g3od ' Moore street. 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. LOST, from Dromore, on Monday, 26th December, Three HORSES (1 Chestnut Hack, 1 Roan Draught Mare, and 1 Brown Gelding). Two Pounds Reward will be given to any one returning same, or giving such information as will lead to their whereabouts. Apply P. CUNNINGHAM & CO., 543 d Ashburton. LOST, at the Winslow Sports, a Bridle, Breastplate, and Horse’s Hood (red, white, and blue). Finder rewarded on returning above to P. JOURNEAUX, 542 "Peter street.

LOST, on Friday—A Silver BROOCH. The finder will oblige by returning same to the Office of this Paper. 549 d LOST, between the Hinds and Rangitata, on the 19th of November last, a white and tan Scotch Colley SHEEP DOG. Answers to the name of “Shot.” A Reward will be given to any person returning the same to Mcßae’s Stables. 533 d THE GUARDIAN is published every evening, giving every day ' Ts, up to the hour of going to press. This is better than buying a sixpenny weekly. THE following ACTS, passed last Session, can be obtained at Published Prices at Office of this Paper ; Corrupt Practices Prevention Fencing Regulation of Elections Representation Canterbury Rivers Amendment Public Reserves Property Tax Gaming and Lotteries Volunteer Property Assessment Act Amendment Licensing.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 529, 9 January 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 529, 9 January 1882

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