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New AdvertisementsLand to let—with or without PURCHASING CLAUS if. 2,387 Acres of good Grazing LAND foi*3 or 4 years, C miles from Ashburton. Water-race running through the property; all Fenced and with a good Cottage. JAMESON & ROBERTS, jl 29 Ashburton. rp 0 L * E T. For PLOUGHING (1,000) One Thousand Acres turnip LAND, in lots to suit contractors ; 400 Acres now ready, Tenders accepted to SATURDAY, sth August. For particulars, apply to THE MANAGER, jl 29 v Lowcliffe.

MOUNT SOft ALFORD - F( EXTENSION OF Decided by Gove Messrs j. t. for Sell by Auction at ASHBURTC TUESDAY, Bth A The Building at the Township formerly occiij Morgan, and known as th Alford Fores 6 rooms, with StabDs, e new, and 2£ acres adjoinir Also, the following ! Mount r So SplendidLiraestone Lan< adjoining Mr Peache’s h fronting on good roads, I Section 32125. ACR 900 ACR

JSi.B.—The Government having recommended the expenditure of L 15,000 out of the three million loan upon the Extension of the Ashburton Branch Line, the purchaser of thesabove properties may be certain of doubling his money in a j’ear or two, and getting good interest on his money in the meanwhile. Plans and further particulars can be seen at the Auctioneers’ Office, Christchurch ; or at Messrs Friedlander’s Office, Ashburton. jl 29 BIBIMMLJMBMM—MH—MMIBLIWJ!— mi « 'I Amusements. WAKANUI PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. . IN INAUGURATION OF THE OPENING OF THE NEW CHURCH. A TEA MEETING will be held on MONDAY Evening, 31st July, 1882, when the Rev. J. Elmslie, M.A., of Christchurch, and others will deliver Addresses. Rev. A. M. Beattie, M.A., in the Chair. Tea on the Tables at 5.30 p.m. Tickets, 2s each. The Ashburton Presbyteri.au Choir will sing selections of Music at intervals, jl 26

Ecclesiastical. OPENING OF THE NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WA*. KANUI. The Rev. J. ELMSLIE, M.A., of Christchurch, will Preach (D.V.) in the New Presbyterian Church, Wakanui, on SABBATH NEXT, 30th JULY, At 3 o’clock p.m. Collection in aid of the Building Fund. Mr Elmslie will also Preach in the Ashburton Presbyterian Church same day, Morning and Evening, at the usual hours. jl 26 B Lost. E W R D. £2 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 recovery of same will receive above reward. Address JOHN F. TICKELL, jl 22 Belmont, Methyen. Tenders. BOROUGH COUNCIL. TENDERS are invited for FENCING Plantation on Alford Forest road. Specification may be seen at Borough Council Office, and tenders to be sent in to the Town Clerk on or before 12 o’clock on WEDNESDAY, August 2nd, 1882.

FOOKS & SON, Borough Engineers. July 27th, 1882. j 127 m E N D E R S WANTED. For PLOUGHING, HARROWING, ROLLING and SOWING with Grass Seed, about 800 Acres at South Rakai* For specifications and particulars, apply to the undersigned, to whom also' tenders must be sent before AUGUST Ist, 1882. WM. L. ALLAN, Acton Station, jl 26 South Rakaia. Money. MONEY TO LEND, on Freehold Security, in Sums to suit borrowers. Apply to MR 0. W. PURNELL, Solicitor, 786 a . . East street, Ashburton. Gazette in bankruptcy. v. R. Ashbubton Guardian I# a Gazette for, all notices under the Debtors and Acts

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 701, 29 July 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 701, 29 July 1882

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