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Auctioneers, Oomtnia sian Agents, 4*5 Alfred Harrison, A UCTIONEER, . VALUER, COM- : AGENT, Land Sales, Sales of Stock, Merchandise, Furniture and Effects, Pigs, Poultry, and General Produce. WEEKLY SALE every SATURDAY, at 12 o’clock sharp, commencing in the Yards with HORSES. LAND SALES, IN THE ROOMS, AS required. Town and Farm Properties entered on the books. No charge unless sold. AGENT for THE NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Every Class of Risks taken at lowest rates. 87 ALFRED HARRISON. TAINE & CO., Auctioneers, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, • Invercargill. Commodious Horse Saleyards. Every care taken of Horses consigned FOR SALE. Land for sale in almost every part of Southland, from 50 acres to 5,000, on very easy terms of payment. Every information given to enquirers. T. Pepperell, House, land, & general ; COMMISSION AGENT, Has ON SALE— Houses, Land, Building Sections. - Money Lent on Mortgage. Tem- ( . porary Loans effected on depost of Deeds, Bills of Sale, Scrip, etc. 06 'Surveyor, Civil Engineers, &c. a E. FOOIS AND SONS, Architects, Civil Engineers, Vax/tatoes, Licensed SURVEYORS, i AND LAND BROKERS, THE ’TRIANGLE, WAKANUI ROAD,

1 ; Ashburton. ; PJffiEODO RE B. JACORSEN, Architect, Offieerenioved to Hereford, street, oppo- ■■■ . - site “ Shades,” .1 CHISTOHUROH. PiS.—Communications promptly attended to. ■ 031 E. DOBSON & SON, •Civil Engineers AND AUTHORISED SURVEYORS, South British Changers, Hereford street, ; Christchurch. o!9 Shipping, O&ORTEST .AND MOST DIRECT O" ; ’ -ROUTE ' . . TO GREAT BRITAIN AND EUROPE, THROUGH AMERICA, via SANDWICH ISLANDS. The Magnificent Steamship ‘: CITY OF NEW YORK, 3,4110 tons, will'leave Auckland for San Francisco, via Honolulu, on TUESDAY, January 2. PAasengera booked to London, Liverpod! j'or Paris, at a through rate to cover coastal fare, thus securing special advantWILSON, SAWTELL & Co., 77fe ‘ Agents, Christchi’'•h. Business Notices N E W INDUSTRY. ASPHALTING. JAMES BRADLEY is prepared to take orders 'for > ASPHALTING at very moderate rates. All orders to be left at the Works, Park srr&et; •. All work kept in repair for twelve months. 360 c INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. ONLY GOLD MEDAL AWARDED. T; E. Procter, OaULI ST S* O P TICIAN, 160, LOWER HIGH STREET, I- CHRISTCHURCH (Opposite Borough Hotel). ' XVIL,' Class .77 Scientific a Jurors-^—A. ’W. Bickerton, R/R.‘Robinson, A. E.‘ : Edwards. Thos. B.'^PfcpieTkß, 1 ' Christchurch : For extieland ( great variety of Mppctiote Mtiskes 1 suited for every description of optical defect, ' ‘TKSfie are shown in jail'* stegcv*. of ulanufetture, * both in qqaxtz apd glfiss. The local 1, manufacture - eflpefee is Of considerable importanrai'J&ing made in every combination of ■ ahdj cylindrical form required. ‘'Theresire alsoexhibited soihe very wellmitile! condensers, and some “ Coddington,’*' "• Stanhope,” and other lenses. The this an exhibit of special ,HUAW VAkM*l/*« WA id rt. ; * it: y>' r ’ 4«tia m' TOKaBJA. SH QJJ ING ~ FORGE, ’ Mfc sCQAGH, -.RRlfiDl^G.. AND ESTABLISHMENT. TT . ■ R.¥; fij/TKBLiJ begs to ip/orm his WSflOnfnenjfa and customers that he has tOVED tOribie.naw/tmd commodious " * "^^s c m K WESTSTREET (next r'Qfiicc), jvh-ere he .hopes to meet i item#-*- •' patrppage as, : heretofore, rdone... pn- scientific, principles. Mr- given- for. all -Builders’ ironfortjiianwork: done -in all branches, ggiqigl j Binders , repaired irith.de/Reasonable charges for all'work. ■ - 6o

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 820, 16 December 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 820, 16 December 1882

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