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For Sale. FOR SALK —DE BRING TWINE BINDER, with canvass elevators, just finished by Expert. Apply to Joseph , Clakk, East street. 691 d ’’ OO D INVESTMENT. FOR SALE—Two Acres of LAND, !. close to the North East Belt, Wakaiiui road. F. P. O’REILLY, Solicitor, 673 d Ashburton. FOR SALE OR TO LET—A FARM of 564 Acres Land, situate at Dromore, miles from the Railway Station. Land fenced and subdivided. Cottage v and concrete tank; the water-race runs along the boundary. 350 Acres are laid down in grass, 150 acres in stubble after one crop, balance in tussock. Apply to, 242 d CUFF Sc GRAHAM. A R Q UIE ON SALE. For sale, a first-class MARQUEE, 33ft by 20ft, with everything complete. Price £lO. Apply to THOS. B. SHEEN, 659 d Tentmaker, Temuka. O R SALE OAT SHEAF CHAFF FEED OATS (SHORT) FEED OATS (LONG) BINDING WIRE JOSEPH CLARK, Ashburton & Tinwald. 557 d g I N~D E R WIR E , In large or small quantities, and of the best quality, for Sale at lowest current prices. JAMESON Sc ROBERTS, 646 d Ashburton. Jjl OR SALE. Three ENGINES, Three COMBINES, and Three ELEVATORS, in complete working order. Trial given. Apply to JOSEPH CLARK, East street, 452 d Ashburton. JT O R S A L E BRIGHAM’S MOWERS & REAPERS. 314 d JAMESON & ROBERTS, Ashburton F O R S Rural Section 28403 705 a Rural Section 28404—96 a 28r Rural Section 28405 —lo3a lrl3p Rural Section 28406'j—387a 2r 20p Rural Section 28407* —234 a 3r lOp All the above can be had as one compact Farm—is nearly all laid down in English grass, and well fenced, with plenty of water. Apply, 213 d MATSON, COX & CO. Business Notices. TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, ETC. On and after the first proximo sell Bricks AT REDUCED PRI 695 d we will C E S. FRIEDLANDER BROS. OTICE TO FARMERS. ROUNTREE, BROWN Sc CCj>., beg to inform the Farming community .hat they are CASH BUYERS of FARM PRODUCE, and having first-class storage accommodation, they are now prepared to receive consignments of Produ for sale privately, or by auctioi Shipment in the Home Market, CASH ADVANCES will be Produce placed in their hands lute sale or shipment. Sacks su All consignments will be er arrival at their Stores. Agents in all principal towns Zealand and neighboring colonh Terms very liberal. ® either or for Liberal made on or absopplied. tered on in New ROUNTREE, BROWN Sc CO., Grain and Produce Merchants, and Auctioneers, Next Tattersall’s, Cashel street. 693 d M ETHVEN LIVERY STABLES. John O’Gorman having just;taken the LIVERY and BAIT STABLEiS in con nection with Mr Patton’s Hotejl, is in ! position, to let Horses and Buggies out al reasonable charges. Pleasure parties fron Christchurch or Ashburton, supplied with conveyances at the shortest notice. 681 d JOHN O’GORMAN, Methven Westerfleld Mill [S NOW IN FULL WORK bringing their Grist to iccommodated all night, and Irist ready to return the folio "gFarmers uill can l e have their wing momA Night-Miller kep l ;. Cash Buyer op Grain. WANTED —Ten thousand bushels new FEED OATS, to be delivered at any Railway Station. 678 d Apply to I JAMES CLARK, Proprietor Westerfleld Mill. y ALENTINE Valentines FOR THE MILLION. A large and beautiful assortment, to t everybody. Thousands to choose from. uit 671 d L. F. ANDREWES, Bookseller, &c., East street south NEW INDUSTRY. ASPHALTING. JAMES BRADLEY is prepared to orders for ASPHALTING at moderate rates. ake ’erv All orders to be left at the Works, I ’ark street. All work kept in repair for twjelve months. 3500

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 546, 28 January 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 546, 28 January 1882

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