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Auctioneers, Commission Agents, &c. Alfred Harrison, a UCTIONEER, VALUER, COM- ; MISSION AGENT, &c. ■■ ■ ,< ;jLand Sales, Sales of Stock, Merchandise, -!>■ ; Furniture and Effects, Pigs, Poultry, i' and ‘ General Produce. 7, ' WEEKLY SALE every SATURDAY, at .j. ,12 o’clock sharp, commencing in the , Yards with HORSES. i ; LAND SALES, IN THE ROOMS, AS REQUIRED. 1 Town and Farm Properties entered on the books. No charge unless sold. < AGENT for THE TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. ’ ~ Every class of Risks taken at lowest rates. 8?a ALFRED HARRISON. The central freehold land, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENCY, UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF William Smith, i-,-„ VALUATOR, &C. FOR SALE—'The above Agency has the following ■ ’ Farms for Sale 200 acres, 78 acres, 260 acres, 400 acres, 163 acres, 79 acres, and 230 acres, at prices and terms to suit buyers ; full particulars at our offices. v TOWNSHIP. PROPERTIES. Two four-roomed cottages in Peter ~ street., . A five-roomed cottage in Cox street. A five-roomed cottage in Cameron ./■; street. , , Two three-roomed cottages on East , Belt A six-roomed cottage in Havelock ’■ street. A seven-roomed cottage on East Belt. A two-roomed cottage in Tancred street. ’,; TOWN SECTIONS, i T.S. 855, 866, in Grey street. Three sections in Burnett street. "■ Two sections in Wakanui road. j! i w Three sections in Peter street. .i One section in Wakanui road. 5 . T.S. 783, Peter street. j: Two sections facing Old Men’s Home. T.S. 1142, Wills street. ; ; Two sections in Cox street. SUBURBAN SECTIONS. ’ We have over 40 lots to choose from, ranging from 1 rood to 16 acres, situated on the Belts, Alford Forest road, Walsh’s paddock, Mayo’s n paddock, McLean’s paddock, Tans': cred and Allan’s land, etc., etc.

MONEY. £6,000 to lend on freehold properly, at current rate of interest, in sums of £IOO and upwards. Apply to WILLIAM SMITH, Manager, East street Ashburton. LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. Fire Reserve—£l,ooo,ooo. Annual 1nc0me—£1,664,000. Invested Fund5£6,221,965. £6,221,965. Claims Paid—£16,809,152. -INSURANCES EFFECTED ON . Building?, Furniture, Stocks, Wool (in shad or stations), 1 Crops (growing or stacked), ! ' - ***' ' &c., &c.* > rM .‘ * ■ . * Agent for Ashburton — WILLIAM SMITH, East street, Ashburton. SUN FOUNDRY. FOR SALE--41 t. or , Ranges (any size) with copper, cast, wrought iron boilers; registers; verandah brackets, fretwork, tmb ; ' railings,; &c. Patterns of the above can be seen, and orders taken by the undersigned. • WILLIAM SMITH, Agent for Ashburton. COALS & FIREWOOD, f , AU orders left at our offices, or forWarded by post, will be delivered to any .part of the town or suburbs, at the lowest- ' possible price. WILLIAM SMITH, Manager, '22oe East street, Ashburton. 1 —————— —— —■ j Surveyor, Civil Engineers, &c. u AB. INGRAM, M.8.L.0M., , Architect and Engineeb. t' Bridges; Water and other Engineering Work Superintended in town or country. YQlaa, etc., etc., Planned on improved .principles. ■ Consideration—per cent. Address i BURNETT STREET, ASHBURTON, Next 'Mail Office. 949 d E. POORS AND SONS,

Architects, Crvn, Engineers, Valuators, Licensed Survetoes, and Land Brokers, THE TRIANGLE, WAKANUI ROAD, Ashburton. W. H. BRISTOW, • A UTHORISED AND LICENSED SURVEYOR, Ford and Nowton’6 Buildings, next Selwyn County Council Office, HEREFORD STREET. 87 id fJIHE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. “"price— ONE PENNY. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING. ' Advertisers are reminded that The Ashburton Guardian is the ONL¥ DAILY PAPER published between Christchurch -and Timaru, and commands a LARGER CIRCULATION throughout the County of Ashburton than any other Journal. The Ashburton Guardian circulates hugely in the Town and Suburbs, and Also in Rakaia, Chertsey, Seafield, Methven, ’ Alford Forest, Mount Somers, Wakariui, Longfceach, Ashburton Forks, Tinwald, Winslow, Waterloo, and every part of the County of Ashburton within the reach of postal communication, thus tjjpijig the best geneial as well as local ’ nbedium for Advertising. "-’•The Ashburton Guardian wih be forwarded to any address-in the colony fise 24a per annum (paid in advance), or fcM pec quarter, postage extra. fflf I ‘ J . • i ; 1

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 684, 10 July 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 684, 10 July 1882

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