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J. T. Ford and Co. O STOCK OWNERS, FARMERS',' AND OTHERS, COUIgTY OF ASHBURTON. We beg to announce that we have COMMENCED' BUSINESS AUCTIONEERS & COMMERCIAL AGENTS, For the Sale of STATIONS, FARMS, LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, PRODUCE, &c. We have arranged with Messrs I Fkiedlandeji Duos, to receive entries, and to make- arrangements for sales on our account in the Ashburton District. t - Our experience in all classes of Farm I and Station Properties, Stock, Produce, Ac., and our intimate knowledge of the markets' in the chief centres of New Zealand, combined with the close acquaintance with the requirements of the district of Messrs Freidlander Bros., who will carry (fut the arrangements for sales, s a guarantee that the business entrusted to our care will bo well and promptly attended to. IN THE AT ASHBURTON, AS

J. T. Ford and Co., AUCTIONEERS, Christchurch, Timaru, and Ashburton. WITH reference to the above, our name is a sufficient guarantee that any business entrusted to our care will receive every possible attention. FRIEDLANDER BROS., Merchants. May 23, 1881. 880 a Lost. LOST or STRAYED, Two HEIFERS (one spotted and one strawberry), ;two years old, from Ashburton County Saleyards, on or about 25th April last. A Reward of £1 will be given to any body giving information that will lead to their recovery. Apply to A. Ede, Alford Forest. 454 e STRAYED, from Trevorton—Two Fat HEIFERS ; one dark red thick low-set, the other red and white or strawberry, with one horn,recently -.broke*.-. Ten shillings each will be given to anyone giving information that will load to recovery of the same. The red one supposed to have gone to Westerfield, the other to Waterton. Apply to JAMES TASKER, 523 e Butcher, Trevorton. Business Notices. R. Galloway, TIN WALD, WHEELWRIGHT and General AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAKER, All Repairs neatly executed with promptitude and despatch, and at reasonble prices. -197 a E W B U S I O S“S. The undersigned wishes to intimate that he has opened a GREENGROCERY and CONFECTIONERY Business in Wills street, opposite the Fire Brigade station, where, on account of being a large grower of vegetables himself, he will bo prepared to sell the best of everything in the trade, at cheapest rates for cash. Families waited on for orders. Fruit, Confectionery, etc., in great variety. Supply of Cabbage Plants always kept at the shop. EDWARD LING, 524 e Proprietor. Jameson & Roberts, Ashburton, CASH PURCHASERS OF RYE GRASS, WHEAT, . OATS) BARLEY] Farmers’ Lots of Rye Grass CLEANED as usual at low rates. Storage for all kinds of Grain, and Liberal Advances made on same, if re quired. Agents for the New Zealand Insurance Company. Standing Crops Insured until threshed and carted out of paddocks. Cornsacks ai d Twine supplied at current prices. 177 d

MRS HODGE, Dressmaker and Milliner, begs to intimate to the Ladies of Ashburton and the surrounding districts that she has opened a branch of business much needed in Ashburton, and trusts that civility, combined with cheapness, will ensure a liberal support. Having purchased the Stock for CASH, it will enable her, with a slight patronage, to Sell at a Profit that defies competition, namely; Corsets, Baby Linen, Underclothing, Pinafores, and a large variety of other lines too numerous to particularise. Dressmaking and Kilting in the latest and most approved styles. Note the Address. , MRS HODGE, Tancred Street, Next Weeks’ Music Depot. 515 e AJOTIGE of removal. We desire to draw the attention of our customers and the public generally to the fact that we have REMOVED TO OUR NEW OFFICES ON THE RAILWAY RESERVE, Between Burnett and Tancred streets, Lately in the occupation of Messrs W. Montgomery and Co., Limited. TUCKER, RESPELL & CO. 400e' CHAFF. CHAFF. Jones & Bradshaw, CORN AND CHAFF DEALERS, Archibald street, Tinwald, Beg to inform the public that they have purchased a large quantity of clean and well-saved OATEIN STRAW’, which having been threshed and cut into Clmil by •their own machines, they can safely guarantee it good and free from wire, and offer the same, with Oats, crushed or uncrushed. Bran, Sharps, etc , at the lowest possible prices. J, and B. also beg to notify that they CRUSH GRAIN, in large or small quantities, at their Store, pnd keep a Portable Steam Chaff-cutter to cut Chaff for farmers on the premises. All charges extremely moderate. 4900

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 641, 20 May 1882

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