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New Advertisements. A comfortable B-Rooraod COTTAGE, situated North East Belt; finished throughout with every convenience for a family re idence. t-ection enclosed by wtll-grovm live fence and belt of trees. Apply to 0. B. M. BRANSON, General Agent, East street; Or Mr W. W. White, on Premises. WAKANUI. TO CONTRACTORS, FARMERS, AND OTHERS. CLEARING SALE OF CONTRACTOR’S PLANT. Messrs j. t. ford & co., from instructions received from Mr John Black, contractor and farmer, Wakanui, will sell at HIS HOMESTEAD, Adjoining the Wakanui Schoolhouse, ON THURSDAY, 28th DECEMBER, At 11 a.m., The whole of his well-selected Plant, Consisting of—--28 First-class DRAUGHT MARES and GELDINGS 2 3-Horse DRAYS, with Frames 7 TIP-DRAYS 1 8-Horse WAGON 1 SPRING TRAP 2 3-Furrow PLOUGHS, by Reid and Gray 1 2-Furrow PLOUGH, by Reid and Gray 4 Single-Furrow PLOUGHS I McSherry DRILL 1 CAMBRIDGE ROLLER 1 Bentall 2-HORSE POWER and CH4FF-CUTTER 1 Bentall CORN-CRUSHER 2 McCormick's REAPERS and BINDERS 2 Harvester Kings REAPERS and BINDERS 1 Deering STRING REAPER and BINDER 1 Osborne WIRE REAPER and BINDER 1 Samuelson’s REAPER and BINDER Also, A large quantity < f Plough, Leading, and Shaft HARNESS, Portable Forge and Anvil, 12 Road Scoops, Iron Tank, and a quantity of other useful articles. The Auctioneers beg to draw special attention to this important sale on account of the Horses having all been carefully selected by Mr Black. Most of them are young, and are well known to be some of the best workers in the district. Tbs Implements have all been kept in first-class repair, and will compare favorably with new. As it is Mr Black’s intention to retire from the contracting work, the whole of the Plant advertised will bo sold.

Full particulars at sale, or by enquiry to MESSRS J. T. FORD & CO., Christchurch ; Or, MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS.-, d!6 Ashburton. Thomas Taylor’s CHRISTMAS FRUITS, Washed and dried ready for use by Patent Machinery. Currants, Gd and Gjd per lb Raisins, Gd and 8d Sultanas, 9d The cleanest fruit in New Zealand New Mixed Peel, tsGd per lb New Citron Peels. Is 8d per lb Nutmegs, 1s 6d ; Cloves, Is the £lb Flavoring Essences —Lemon, etc, C. and B.’s, Is Almonds, Jordon, 3s per lb Almonds, Valencia, 2s per lb Almonds, Shell, Is per lb Nuts, 9d per lb French Plums, 3s 6d per 2 lb bottle Muscatels, new, 2s 4d per lb Christmas Prize List. Figs, lid and Is 4d per box Preserved Pears, Apricots, etc., Peachrs in Syrup, 21b tins, Is 6d Preserved Ginger, 4s Gd per jar Calves’ Foot Jelly, quarts, 3a Gd Jujubes, 2s Gd per lb Raspberry Syrup, and other Cordials, Is Gd per bottle Lima Juice Cordial, Is 8d Pure Lemon Juice, Is 9d, quarts Raspberry Vinegar, Is per bottle Indian packets, in lead, containing 1 or 31bs of pure Assam tea, 2s 4d per lb, wonderfully strong

88 Colombo St. Elegant Japanese canisters, containing 61b of very lino Souchong, 16s HANDSOME PRESENTS. An 111 b box of the finest Tea imported, Assam and Lapsang Souchong,' 28s An 111 b box of new season’s tea, 20a. Compare this with the 25s box of other houses. Half-cheats of Tea, containing 401bs, L2 15s to L 5 Tea from the canisters, 2s lOd, 2s 6d, 2s 4d, 2s, and Is 6d per lb New Jams, C|d per tin Stoneless, 7|d per tin Marmalade, Keiller’s, 9d (21b), Is 6d 123 Lower High St. Rich pound cakes, 9d Mixed biscuits, 9d per lb Captain White’s Oriental pickles, 2s 3d Lucca oil, quarts, C. and B.’e, 2s 4d Bloater or anchovy paste, C. and 8., Is 3d Licensed Victuallers’ Sauces, Imperial pints, Is Mushroom catsup, large bottles, Is English pickles, 8d per bottle Maize meal, 3d per lb Egyptian lentils, 3d per lb German lentils, 6d per lb Haricot beans, 3d Self-raising flour, Is packets, Ss bags Loose baking powder, Is per lb 189 Manchester St. Tapioca, 5d per lb Sago, 4d per lb Good Fowls Wheat, 3s 9d per bushel Good Rice for Chickens, 71b Is 4d Best Flour, 501 b, 6s 3d ; 251 b, 3s 4d Luncheon Biscuits, 3d per lb Somerville’s oatmeal, 4s Od per bag Kerosene, 8s Od, 9s 6d, and 10s 6d per tin Carb. soda, fid Fire kindlers, 4£d per doz Fly papers, 9d per doz Blacking, 8d per dozen Black lead, lOd per dozen Triangle (LATE DEVON PORT’S), CHRISTCHURCH.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 820, 16 December 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 820, 16 December 1882

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