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“' Auctioneers, Commission Agents, &c Alfred Harrison, A UCTIONEER, VALUER, COM MISSION AGENT, &o. lanii Sales, Sales of Stock, Merchandise , Furniture and Effects, Pigs, Poultry, i , and General Produce. WEEKLY SALE, every SATURDAY, a 12 o’clock' sharp, commencing in the Yards with HORSES. AND SALES, IN THE ROOMS, AS REQUIRED. Town and Farm Properties entered on . t’he “books. - No charge unless sold. AGENT for : THE TRANSATLANTIC , 'ftre insurance company. Every class of Risks taken at lowest rates. j|BU ;; ALFRED HARRISON. CENTRAL FREEHOLD LAND, AND ’ ERAL COMMISSION "/ AGENCY, TJKDEU THE MANAGEMENT, OP William Smith, •VALUATOR, &c. FOR SALE No. 4—200 acres at Longbeach, a splendid property. lg—S acrea, Alford Forest road. J 13—78 acres at Wakanui. ~,l4—Sacves, close to the township, " ,tp;be,sold in twc-acre “blocks, cheap 18—43 acres, close to the Ashburton ’ •.!! .Sale Yards, ~. 30-7-250 acres at Wakanui. ’ ~ i 39—20 acres at Alford Forest. “ 50—400 acres good wheat land at Ealing. '{! 53—163. acres, five miles from the township, plenty of water. r“.;„ 53a—79 acres adjoining the above. ' ,y 61—38 acres, within ten minutes’ /,," walk of the Post Office. . , TOWNSHIP PROPERTIES. . ' four-roomed cottages in Peter street east. „ 5—A five-roomed cottage in Cox , : , street 15—Afiye-roomed cottage in Cameron ’•: street north. „ 25—Two three-roomed cottage on ../ ", East Bolt ■' ~ 27—A six-roomed cottage in Havelock street. „ 28—A seven-roomed cottage on East I . 1 , : Belt. “ . ’,‘,.37—A two-roomed cottage in Tan- ; cred street. '..„ 59—A two-rbomed cottage on Beach , ; road, and holf-acre of land. TOWN SECTIONS. ' 6—T.S. 855, 856, in Grey street. 19—3 sections in Burnett street 23—2 sections on Wakanui road ; . good business sites. ! „ 23a : —3 sections in Peter street. ~ 26—1 section in Wakanui road (two frontages). „ 29—2 sections in Peter street, near ; East Belt. .. 32:—2 sections, near Hospital ‘,, 41—T.S. 783, Peter street. „ 51—2 sections facing Old Men’s Home. s „ 52—T.S. 1142, Wills street. „ 57—2 sections in Cox street (corners). SUBURBAN SECTIONS. „ 7—ls acres, near North Belt. ~ B—l acre, ~ ~ ~ „ ,9—Quarter-acre, back of gas works „ 9a— Quarter-acre, adjoining the gas works „ 16—2 sections on Alford Forest road (near Fooks’s). „ 18—1$ acres in Walsh’s paddock. „ 22—3 roods, continuation of William ' street (corner). :'- f 31—2 sections facing East Belt, near Wakanui road. ~ 34/1 acre, Mayo's paddock. 36_i acre, facing Caledonian Sports Ground. .. 40—1 acre, near brick yards. 48—Lots 19 and 20, Alford Forest road. . ft 49—$ aero, bn North Belt facmjg Domain. „ 60—Lot 278, Tinwald. 1 ’ '' Meth'ven Sections. • Linwood „ Winslow „ Chertsey ~ &c., &c. HOTEL FOR SALE In one of the best districts in Canterbury, doing 10 hhds per month. The house is ■yrbll RttedV/voth evetjr, requisite, is in good prder, and was built two years ago a ebat of L 1,600. Fhotbgraphs can be seen and every Information given at the above agency. ■ “ GENERAL STORE For sale in, a country district, deing ;L250 per month, a splendid chance for a business couple with a small capital. " v Full' particulars .will be given at tho money. , ■ : ‘ : This agency has various' sums of money to invest bn Freehold Property, at current pde of interest, from LIOO to L 5,000. " Apply, to • ■ ■ WILLIAM SMITH, r” ‘ J Manager, ‘ East street Ashburton. 4 ( Surveyor, Civil Engineers, &c. A. , B. INGRAM, M.8.L.0.M., Abchitect and Engineer. rM Bridges,Water and other Engineering fcWbri-superintended in town or country. .Villiiß,!=4tcij-etoji Planned on improved cprinoipitaK No extra charge for Clerk of Works. ■Reduced Rates. : ». it - Address * BURNETT STREET, ASHBURTON ! Next Mail Office. 949 d 0. E. FOOES AND SONS, Architects, •Civil. Engineers, Valuators, Licensei •. r . SuEVEYOBS, AND LAND BeOKEES, Tirfi TRIANGLE, WAKANUI ROAD, ■ i .: 1 Ashburton. > < : W. I; VL. BRISTOW, A DTHORISED AND LICENSEI SURVEYOR, Ford and NewTbnVßuildings, next Selwy -*i7. > ,i! County Council Office, ivi-SKtEFORD STREET. 871 O 0 B Joseph Clark, d G-R-A I N MERCH AN T, OPPOSITE BANK OF AUSTRAL!. HIGHEST CASH PRICE t W ■■ iron : '; : 1 • ■ ; . '■' j ' •*..*?? 3* * A 1 N. IS

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 630, 8 May 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 630, 8 May 1882

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