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Lost. JjllVE POUNDS REWARD. LOST, from Methven, on or about the sth of May, one chestnut HACK, gelding, about eight years old, white star on forehead. Whoever will deliver the same to the undersigned, or give such information as will lead to his recovery, will receive the above reward. ROBERT PATTON, Methven Hotel. 26th May, 1882. 609 e LOST, from Wakanui, 2 brown HACKS (one branded CW), 1 dark brown HACK, with white face, and a bay MARE, with Foal at foot Finder icturning same to the undersigned will be rewarded. MRS M. GIBSON, C2Be Wakanui.

T OST or STRAYED—Two COLTS, jiJ one chestnut CoJt, with blaze down face, branded J on near nock ; one chestnut, broad white blaze down face, silver mane and tail ; very hairy legs. Branded J on near neck. £1 REWARD willbegiven to anybody giving information that will lead to their recovery. Apply to A. Edk, Alford Forest. boße To Let and for Sale.

FOR SALE by the Undersigned, and carefully selected for heed, WHEATS of the following sorts : Hunter’s White, Pearl, and Essex, Eon Spring Sowing - Purple Straw, Tuscan, and Brown Lammis Oats— Canadians and Tartars Barley, Peas, &c. To Arrive in June— Clovers—P.ed, White, and Alsyke Cow-Grass and Trefoil Also On Sale — Ransom and Sims’ D.F. Ploughs Ransom and Sims’ and Hornsby’s Plough Shares Fencing Wire, Posts and Rails, Stakes, Staples, etc., etc. FREDK. PAYITT, 535 e East street. Ashburton. FOR SALE, Cheap.—A FARM, containing 284| Acres, well watered, situated at Wakanui. 100 acres in fallovy, 70 acres in English grass, balance in stubble. Apply to Thomas Dalton, Wakanui, or Ollice of this Paper. 418 e

OR SALE. OATS, CHAFF, BRAN, and POTATOES, at Lowest Current Rates. 410 e JAMESON & ROBERTS

SEED WHEATS, true to name Hunter’s White Pearl (Essex) Purple Tuscan and White Tuscan, firstclass Small Lot of Himters’s and Essex, damaged OATS. Canadian SEED and FEED Crushed OATS, 3s 4d per bushel JOSEPH CLARK, Ashburton and Tinwald. 610 e General store, mount SOMERS.

WAITED to SELL or LEASE, Hie above Store, to which is attached a sevenroomed House and Store-room, quite new and fitted up with Tanks, Leamington Range, Copper, and every convenience, together with a four-stall Stable and Coach-house, ouarter acre section, all fenced and cultivated. The Stock, which is a carefully-sclcctcd one, Fittings, and Plant to bo taken at valuation, or otherwise to suit purchaser or lessee. The business is in splendid working order, and doing an average of £2oo per month, situated in a new and rising district, where the coal and stone is just being opened out, in which a large trade is safe to be done. The railway just completed is within miles of the store, and there is every prospect of its being completed to the bridge, mile store, in a very short time. This is a splendid opening for a small capitalist. The reason the present proprietor is disposing of his business is ill-health, being ordered a warmer climate. Further particulars by applying either by letter or perix-ii to W. 11. PUDDICOMBE, Present Proprietor Mount Somers Store; Or WILLIAM SMITH, 404 e Commission Agent, Ashburton.

J J >i)R SALE, CHEAP —A splendid SECTION of LAND, sit the Corner of St Asaph ami Durham- streets. Eor particulars , ■ ; 'y to W. PENCI.LLY, Christchurch; Or 472 e L. 11. WILKINS, Ashburton. rp I N w A L D. FOR SALE-Quarter-acre Sections in good positions, well situated for Hotel ; also, one acre near Bridge approach. FORD, TIPPING, A CO., gg2e Christchurch.

The FARM belonging to Messrs Cowan and Tonies (lately in the occupation of Mr Francis Cass), Walcanui, comprising the following : Rural Section 28403 —705 a Rural Section 28404—95 a 23r Rural Section 28405—103 a lrl3p Rural Section 28400—387 a 2r 20p Rural Section 28407—234 a3r lOpl All the above can bo had as one compact Farm—is nearly all laid down in English grass, and well fenced, with plenty of water. 398e Pl3 ’ MATSON, COX & CO. rsAQ lET, to a good tenant, at a h>w J_' Rental, a FARM of 900 Acres. Land is all fenced, is partly laid down in grass, and is well watered. Apply for particulars Office of this Taper. 23e Conveyances.

COOKSON, Wills Street, runs th. SJJ, MAIL COACH from Ashburton Railway Station to Green Street, Alforc Forest, and Mount Somers, every Tuesday and Friday, returning Wednesday and Saturday at II n.m X ONGBEACH ROYAL MUL | X COACH Leaves Longbeach for Ashburton daily (Sundays excepted) at 7.30 a. i-:., Waterloo 8.10 a.m., Ashton 8.25 a.m., Wheatstone 8.45 a.m., arriving at Ashburton in thinfor the 10.24 express from Christchurcli to Timaru. The coach leaves Shearman a Somerset Hotel, Ashburton, at 4.50 p.m., arriving at Longbeach at 7.3 J p. in. Parcels or orders left at any of the above places wiM receive strict attention Fares —Through single fares, os ; return same day, Bs. On and after Saturday, 2flth November, the REDUCED RETURN FARES between Watertou and Ashburton will be sa; Ashton to Ashburton, 4s ; Wheat atone to Ashburton, 3s. W. E. BOND, Proprietor, .£270 Longbeach.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 653, 3 June 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 653, 3 June 1882

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