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' Auctioneers, Commission Agents, &c. " Alfred Harrison, A UCTIONEER, VALUER, COMMISSION AGENT, &c. * Land Sales, Sales of Stock, Merchandise, jv. .Furniture and Effects, Pigs, Poultry, " W3LSKLY SALE every SATURDAY, at r 13 o’clock sharp, commencing in the , Yards with HORSES. LAND SALES, IN THE ROOMS, AS REQUIRED. , Pcrwn and Farm Properties entered on t{?e books. No charge unless sold. VGENT for THE TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Every class of Risks taken at lowest rates. 87a ALFRED HARRISON. *THE CENTRAL FREEHOLD LAND, J AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENCY, UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF William Smith, VALUATOR, &c r ' ; FOR SALE—- . The above Agency has the following Farms lor Sale : * . 200 acres, 78 acres, 250 acres, 400 acrea, 163 acres, 79 acres, and 23* acres, at prices and- terms to suit buyers; ' full particulars at our offices. TOWNSHIP PROPERTIES. Two foiir-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. T.S. 855, 856, in Grey street. ' Three sections in Burnett street. Two - sections in Wakanui road. Three sections in Peter street. One section in Wakanui road. * T.S. 783, Peter street. 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 paddock, McLean’s paddock, Taucred and Allan’s land, etc., etc. MONEY. " £5,000 to. lend on freehold property, rate of interest, in sums of £IOO and upwards. Apply to WILLIAM SMITH, • ' • Manager, East street Ashburton. LIVERPOOL* & LONDON & GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. ' Eire Reserve—- . £1,000,000. . Annual Income—- , , £1,664,000. Invested Fund5£6,221,965. £6,221,965. Claims Paid—£16,809,152. . INSURANCES EFFECTED ON ' Buildings, Furniture, Stocks, Wool (in shed or stations). Crops (growing or stacked), &c., &o. Agerft for Ashburton— WILLIAM SMITH, > : East street, Ashburton, SUN FOUNDRY. * FOR SALE— Ranges (any size) with copper, cast, or wrought iron boilers; registers, verandah brackets, fretwork, tmb railings, &c. Patterns of the above cab he seen, and ' orders taken by the undersigned. WILLIAM SMITH, • Agent for Ashburton. COALS & FIREWOOD. ’ All orders left at our offices, or for- ■ Warded by po6t, will be delivered to any . part of the town or suburbs,,.at the lowest , possible price. WILLIAM SMITH, • . Manager, 220 e East street, Ashburton.^ Surveyor, Civil Engineers, &c. ......... *BlllO3 fe. INGRAM,# M.E.LO”M., 'Akchiteot and Engineer. ■A Bridges, Water and other Engineering Work superintended in town or country. Yillaa, etc.,; etc., Planned on improved* .principles. ( Consideration—2J per cent. Address * LBURNETT STREET, ASHBURTON, ■ Next Mail Office. 949 d Q E. FOOKS AND SONS, Architects, OrviZr Engineers, Valuators, Licensed SURVEYORS, AND LAND BROKERS, THE TRIANGLE, WAKANUI ROAD, • ' Ashburton, - W. H. BRISTOW, UTHOBISED AND LICENSED ■it jL surveyor, Ford and Newton’s Buildings, next Selwyn • County Council Office, , i HEREFORD, STREET, 87 id ASHBURTON GUARDIAN RiC:l - ONE PdS NN Y. FUBUSHBD EVERY EVENING. j Advertisers are reminded that The A&ABtrBTbN' Guardian is the ONLY DAILY- PAPER published between and Tirnaru, and comr Sflsyida. 7 .a • LARGER CIRC ULATION: , lljjijDUghout the County of Ashburton v ihau any other Journal, if ''Vfflt' AtJHEURTON GTJ4BDIAN circulates - ■in the Town and'Suburbs, and Chertsey, Seafield, Meth'kkstt Alford ■ Forest, Mount Somers, ", -WakaOnV Ldhgbeach, Ashburton Forks, ■ #•* - —y, Winslow, Watarton, and every f:tne County of Ashburton within of postal communication, thus Jjthl'best. geneial as well as local % tor Advertising. ‘AsHStJETON 'Guardian will be aided-to any addvessinthe colony p6f annum {paid in advance), or I postage extra.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 688, 14 July 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 688, 14 July 1882

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