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Alfred Harrison. SPECIAL ENTRY. SATURDAY, ,29th JULY. ONE PIANETTE (By Bord), Tricord, in walnut. In first-class order. A : LFE E D HA R.R ISON, Auctioneer. jUB

-Lost. LOST, a Black and Tan Sheep DOG, with registered collar on (No. 833). Finder will receive a reward of LI on returning same to owner; or anyone detaining the dog after this date will be prosecuted. Apply for address, Office of this Paper. jl 17 £1 R E W R D. LOST—From Broom Park, a light Bay GELDING, 18 months’ old (hack); white stripe down face ; branded like I under the mane. Anyone delivering the same to the undersigned, will recive the above reward. J. GAARDER, jl 22 Rakaia. jgg reward. LOST—From my paddocks, Two COWS, nearly dry ; one red, with white under belly. The other a roan. Anyone returning same, or will give such information as will lead to recbvery of same will receive above reward. Address JOHN F. TICKELL, jl 22 Belmont, Methyen. To Let and for Sale. FOR SALE, —Quarter-acre SECTION in Cameron street West; partly fenced, and, being within a few minutes’ walk of Railway Station, is admirably situated for a private residence, \pply for particulars to W. H. Gundky, East street jIJ9 jl O R SALE. Seed Wheats, Purple Straw and Tuscan Oats. Canadian Seed and Feed. Crushed Oats, 3s 3d per Bushel. Seed Peas and Tares. Clovers. JUST LANDING— White and Red ALSYKE and COW GRASS. Joseph Clark, ASHBURTON AND TINWALD. 610 e

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 72e L. H. WILKINS, Ashburton

Public Notices. LEAHS' has Removed to the late residence of Mr A. Orr, Tancred street. CONSULTING to 11 a.m., and 7 to 8 p.m. 376 e 'W. STROWD PARTRIGE has undertaken the Charge of Dr Ross’ Patients until he is able to resume his practice, and may be Dr Ross’s residence at the usual hours. 717 e METHYEN TIMBER AND COAL YARDS. MESSRS C. J. W. COOKSON, Jdn. & CO.. Beg to inform the inhabitants of Methven and thesurrounding districts, that they have COMMENCED BUSINESS at Methven, as TIMBER AND COAL MERCHANTS, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, &c. Having a well-assorted Stock of BUILDING and other TIMBER, Doors, Sashes, Galvanised Iron, and Coal on hand, are prepared to execute all orders intrusted to them at the very lowest remunerative prices. C. J. W, COOKSON, Jun., & CO. Agents for the McCormick Reaper and Binders, and the New Zealand Insurance Company. jl 21 THOMPSON’S FARM, COUNTY SALEYARDS. The Undersigned desires to intimate to persons attending the County Saleyards that he has PADDOCK ACCOMMODATION for Cattle, Sheep, etc., and any stock committed to his care will receive every attention, and at Reasonable Kates, jl 25 THOMAS MYNETT JONES. Business Notices Temperance refreshment rooms. NOTICE. A WANT LONG FELT, THOS. TAYLOR, having taken the Shop adjoining his present premises, will OPEN same as Refreshment Rooms, etc., where a Cup of Tea or Coffee can be comfortably taken at any hour. A Private Room for Ladies. THOS. TAYLOR, Ashburton Bakery, 736 e East street.

OTI 0 E . Joseph Clark, GRAIN MERCHANT, OPPOSITE BANK OF AUSTRALIA. JUST LANDINGNEW CLOVER SEEDS. 192 c

SCENE : Ashburton. At the tea-table of a well-known resident ; colloquy between the lady and her visitor ; time : 5 o’clock p.m. Visitor : What a nice cup of tea ! My dear Mrs Blank how do you manage it ? Mrs Blank : I am glad you like it; but I dont know of any secret in the matter, excepting, perhaps, that I use Nelson, Moate and Co.’s Packet Tea, from Carson’s. Visitor : 1 have seen the advertisement about the Packet Teas, but I paid no heed to it ; I shall certainly use this tea in future. I see Nelson, Moate and Co. have been recommended by the judges at the Christchurch Exhibition for the award of a gold medal for superior Teas and system of blending. H. M. Oabson’s Fruit and Italian Warehouse, next Bank of New Zealand, East street. Sole Agent for Nelson, Moate, & Co.’s Pueb Blended Teas, in packets and boxes. See advertisement and handbills.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 700, 28 July 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 700, 28 July 1882

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