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To Let and for Sale. FOR SALE by the Undersigned, and carefully selected for Seed, WHEATS of the following sorts : Hunter’s White, Pearl, and Essex, For Spring Sowing— Purple Straw, Tuscan, and Brown Lam mis Oats—Canadians and Tartars Barley, Peas, Ac. To Arrive in June— Clovers—Red, 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. SALE, Cheap.—A FARM, con- ; tabling 284|- Acres, well watered, situated at Wakanui. 100 acres in fallow, 70 acres in English grass, balance in stubble. Apply to Thomas Dalton, Wakanui, or Office of this Paper. 418 e

F 410 e 0 ft S A. L E. OATS, CHAFF, BRAN, and POTATOES, at Lowest Ouirent Rates. JAMESON & ROBERTS

r O R S E. One Two and a half Horse-power Vertical STEAM ENGINE, by Riches and Watt; nearly new, and in good working order. Apply T. PEPPERELL, 758 e Hereford street.

P O R SALE. SEED WHEATS, true to name Hunter’s White Pearl (Essex) Purple Tuscan and White Tuscan, firstclass Small Lot of Hunters’s and Essex, damaged OATS. Canadian SEED and FEED Crushed OATS, 3s 4d per bushel JOSEPH CLARK, Ashburton and Tinwald. ClOe

ENERAL STORE, MOUNT SOMERS. WANTED to SELL or LEASE, the 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, quarter acre section, all fenced and cultivated. The Stock, which is a carefully-selected one, Fittings, and Plant to be taken at valuation, or otherwise to suit purchaser or leasee. The business is in splendid working order, and doing an average of £2f>o 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 sure to be done. The railway just completed is within 3| miles of the store, and there is every prospect of its being completed to the bridge, £ mile from the 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 bv letter or perron to W. H. PUDDICOMBE, Present Proprietor Mount Somers Store; Or WILLIAM SMITH, 494 e Commission Agent, Ashburton.

FOR SALE, CHEAP —A splendid SECTION of LAND, at the Corner of St Asaph and Durham streets. For particulars apply to W. PENGELLY, Christchurch; Or 472 e L. H. WILKINS, Ashburton.

T N W D. FOR SALE—Quarter-acre Sections in pood positions, well situated for Hotel ; also, one acre near Bridge approach. FORD, TIPPING, & CO., 5S2e Christchurch.

Shipping. Shortest and most direct ROUTE GREAT BRITAIN AND EUROPE, THROUGH AMERICA, CALLING AT HONOLULU. , The Pacific Mail Steamship Company’s magnificent Steamships will be despatched , for'San Francisco as follows: Passengers can book to London, Liverpool, or Paris at Through Rates, thus securing special advantages. For Rates of Passage and Freight, and for full information, apply to WILSON, SAWTELL & Co., 771 e Agents, Christchurch. Business Notices. Q_REENGROCERY BUSINESS. W. Bartlett Begs to notify that he has Commenced Business in the GREENGROCERY LINE, and trusts to receive a fair share of Public support. Fresh Vegetables daily. New Milk, at the shop, 3d per quart. Note the address— W. BARTLETT, 75f0 Tancred street (next Mrs Hodge’s). CJELLTNG OFF! SELLING OFF !! n J, FOWLER has been instructed for O N E W K E K, Previous to Closing the I; hop, Dress Goods Calicoes Sheeting, white and unbleached Flannels Blankets Men’s and Boys Suits Trousers and Vests. No Reasonable offer Refused. R. G A B I T E S, East street, Ashburton. I>ALL PROGRAMME CARDS in } very neat styles, with Pencils and I Ribbons, printed at the Guardian Office, " r -st street. CASH RECEIPTS Printed at “The Guardian office.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 670, 23 June 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 670, 23 June 1882

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