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W. F. Allen. W. F. Allen, Auctioneer, stock, station, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. Burnett street, Ashburton. WEEKLY SALES of Live Stock, Merchandise, Poultry, and General Produce, held every SATLROAY, commencing at 11.30 sharp. Special Sales conducted in Town or Country. Valuations made. FORTNIGHTLY SALES of Stock attended at the Public Yards. W. F. ALLEN, Auctioneer. n 29 Business Notices. JPJ'ARVESTERS AND BINDERS. The undersigned have now landing, ex Magnet, a shipment of Osborne HARVESTERS AND BINDERS, Wire and Twine. Obtained tha Co-operative Gold Medal given at Timaru, in a field trial, against all comers, 28th January, 1882. As only a limited number remain unsold early application is necessary, to ROBERT WILKIN & CO., did Christchurch and Timaru. CJ. W. COOKSON, Jdn., & 00., • TIMBER & COAL MERCHANTS, & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, METHVEN, Have always on sale at our yards, Methven, and at the sawmills, Alford Forestbuilding timber, posts, rails, firewood, stakes, etc. We have also on sale at Methven a large stock of flooring and match-lining (union, white and red pine), totara, V.D.L. palings and shingles, rusticated weather-boarding, etc. Hurdles and gates on hand or made to order. Coal, Portland cement, bricks, lime, etc., galvanised iron, doors, sashes and fittings, nails, barbed and ordinary fencing wire, staples, etc. Goods delivered to any part of the district. Agents for the New Zealand Insurance Co., the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., and for Messrs Morrow, Bassett and Co. Commission, Land and Estate Agents and Valuators. FOR SALE Woolpacks, Cornsacks, and Turnip Seed, at the lowest rates. C. J. W. COOKSON, Jun., & CO.

NOW LANDING Ex ships “Good Templar” and “ Kestrel,” from Stewart’s Island, TWO CARGOES OF BEST RED PINE, Which will be SOLD CHEAP. WEATHER BO ARDS FROM 10s per 100 ft (sup.) upwards. ALWAYS IN STOCK— Doors Sashes Nails Roofing Iron Fencing Wire V. D. L. Shingles Palings Timber BaUic Deals Flooring Match-lining And all requisites for the Trade. AGENT for the Phoenix Fire Office of London. Alphens Hayej, TIMBER MERCHANT, Ashburton, W. H. COLLINS, Co Manager. gAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS.

Bobert Alcorn Hus now on sale the greatest variety of articles to bo found, perhaps, in any similar establishment in New Zealand. If you want GOOD TEA, go to R. Alcorn’s Tea Warehouse. Tea is my Specialty, and being imported direct, and selected by one of the best tasters in the world, I can give bet'er value than any other house in the colony. My 3s tea is equal to any to be had in Dunedin or Christchurch for 3s 6d or 4s ; in fact, it cannot be surpassed. Good tea, 2s per lb. If you want GOOD GROCERIES, go to R. Alcorn’s Provision Warehouse, where you can get everything of the Best Quality, and at the lowest po sible prick. If you want IRONMONGERY, go to R. Alcorn’s Ironmongery Warehouse, where you will get everything, except anchors. If you want CLOTHING, go to R. Alcorn’s Corner thou. A perfect fit and good quality gu iranteed. The latest styles at one-third less than from Christchurch tailors. If you want BOOTS and SHOES, for all sorts and sizes, and of good quality and every price, go to R. Alcorn’s Corner Shop. If you are FURNISHING, go to R. Alcorn’s Furnishing Warehouse, for China, Glass, and Earthenware, R, Alcorn has now landed, ex Marlborough, a large shipment from the besi English, Scotch, and Irish Potteries, among which are all the latest novelties in FANCY GOODd—suitable for Christmas presents, Thk. Whole of the Shops awe Attached IN SIUNREHS* RoiLDINQS. 589 d Qeo. Booth & Sons, Manufacturers and importers of agricultural implements. CARLYLE IMPLEMENT WORKS, Sydenham (near Christchurch). Makers of Carlyle Iron Windmills Carlyle Seed Strippers Carlyle Improved Disc. Harrows Carlyle Drays, Tip Carts, Spring Traps, Ac. Ploughs, Harrows, Cultivators, Broadcast Sowers, &c. Sole Agents for RANSOME’S STEAM THRESHING MACHINERY. Offices and Stores—--213 Tuam street, Christchurch. Postal Address—P.O. Box 89, Christchurch. 473 e

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 821, 18 December 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 821, 18 December 1882

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