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Alfred HarrisonPianos! Pianos! ORGANS. HARMONIUMS. TUESDAY, 19th DECEMBER, 2 o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions from the Importers to Soli by Public Auction, at his Rooms, A selection of instruments of guaranteed quality, as follows : 1 Rosewood Hopkinson Piano, No. 32,807 1 Walnut Hopkinson Piano, No. 33,102 1 Rosewood Hopkinson Piano, No. 31,931 Walnut Brinsmead Piano,No. 22,044 Rosewood Harmonium, with 17 stops Pinafore Organ, no stops. These instruments are all in faultless order and condition, and the Auctioneer therefore calls the special attention of his friends to this sale, as such at\ opportunity to acquire a first-class instrument can but seldom occur. Without reserve. ALFRED HARRISON, Hd Auctioneer. Important Sale OF BOOKS, STATIONERY, MUSIC, FANCY GOODS, &c, &c. TUESDAY', 19th DECEMBER, ANI> WEDNESDAY, 20th DECEMBER. ALFRED HARRISON is instructed by the Trustees to Sell by Public Auction, at his Rooms, the whole of the Stock of a Bookseller and Stationer, comprising a large quantity of Stationery. Cutlery, Pictures, and Engravings, Perfumery, Pipes, and Tobacconists’ Sundries, and other Goods too numerous to mention, Also, A large arid valuable lot of BOOKS, comprising Prize Books, from the smallest up to books of great value; Poets, Novels, Travels, Histories, Lives of Eminent Men, etc., all in the most handsome bindings. A collection of the very finest Photographic Albums, Music in volumes, Oratorios, etc. A large quantity of Songs, Dance Music, etc., Bibles, Church Services, Hymns, Prayer Books, etc., etc. Order of Sale: TUESDAY, 19th DECEMBER, 2 o’clock, PIANOS, as advertised; 3 o’clock. STATIONERY, CUTLERY, PICTURES, and FANCY GOODS. WEDNESDAY, 20xu DECEMBER, 12 o’clock sharp, BOOKS, MUSIC, ALBUMS. Without Reserve. ALFRED HARRISON, dls Auctioneer. T. Bullock.

T. Bullock, Auctioneer, estate AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. 13 A Z A A K, bORKETT STR.EE T, Ashburton. AUCTIONEER’S NOTICE. In future my SATURDAY’S SALES will Commence at 1 o’clock instead of 1.30. T. BULLOCK.'

IMPROVED FREEHOLD FARM, of 123 Acres, well watered, FOR SALE by private treaty, situated near the Hinds, together with interest in lease of 150 acres 1 rood 25 perches. Improvements consist of a comfortable Wooden House, of 5 rooms, 4 stalled stable, etc. The freehold is divided into three paddocks, and the leasehold into five; one of the county water races runs through both properties. There is a growing crop of 78 acres wheat, and 70 acres turnips, which will be sold with the property. This offers a favorable opportunity to persons desirous of procuring a farm at a jow price and liberal terms. Fc# full particulars, apply to T. BULLOCK, Auctioneer. M 0 , E y ' Several Sums ready for investment on approved Freehold Security, at the lowest current rate of interest. Apply to T. BULLOCK. T O LE T . SHOP in Havelock Apply to street. T. BULLOCK. TO LET.—Commodious SHOP in East street, now in occupation of Mr J. W. Hayes. Possession to be given on 2nd January, Mr Hayes removing to his new premises at the Arcade. T. BULLOCK. FOR SALE—2O acres GRASS LAND, together with a House of six rooms, situated only a short distance from the town of Ashburton. For full particulars apply to the undersigned. T. BULLOCK. SALE —A comfortable COTTAGE ; of 5 Rooms, together with a Quarter Acre Section,situated at Hampstead, near the Wakanui road, lately in occupation of Mr Wm. Johns. Liberal terms of pay* ment will be accepted. T. BULLOCK. O LET.—The CENTRAL BAKERY, together with shop and dwelling house, near Post office. ’ T. BULLOCK. TO LET —At a low rental, Central BOARDINGHOUSE, in the Triable, lately in occupation of Mr Donald Stewart. T. BULLOCK. TO LET—at a very Dow Rental—a COTTAGE of Five Rooms, situated a- Hampstead. T. BULLOCK. TO LET, at a low rental—SHOP in Moore street, presently occupied by Mr John Smithson. T. BULLOCK. LET —A Six-roomed HOUSE in I Tancred street, lately in the occupation of Mr McGregor. T. BULLOCK. Barristers, Solicitors, &c. C. W. Purnell, AND SOLICITOR, EAST STREET. 45e

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 821, 18 December 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 821, 18 December 1882

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