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Auctioneers, Commission Agents, &c Alfred Harrison, A UCTIONEER, VALUER, COMMISSION AGENT,LandSalea, Sales of Stock, Merchandise, Furniture and Effects, Figs, Poultry, and General Produce. WEEKLY SAT.TC every SATURDAY, at 12 o’clock sharp, commencing in the Yards with HORSES. 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 of Risks taken at lowest rates. 87 ALFRED HARRISON.

“SON, TAINE & CO., Auctioneers, LAND : AND ESTATE AGENTS, Commodious Horse Saleyards. Every car* taken of Horses consigned FOR SALE. Land for sale in almost every part of Southland, from BO acres to 5,000, on very easy terms of payment. Evlry information given to enquirers. iNVJSECAEGILIi.

H T* Pepperell, OUSE, LAND, & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Houses, Has ON SALE — Land, Building Sections. : ’ Money Lent on Mortgage. Temrpbrary Loans effected on depost of Bills of Sale, Scrip, etc. 06 Surrey of, Civil. Engineers, &c.


IJIHEODORE B. JACOBSEN, Architect, Office removed to Hereford street, oppo- , Jr.. site.“. Shades,” r; CHI ST CHURCH. S. —Communications promptly attended to. ;


f SHORTEST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO GREAT 1 BRITAIN AND EUROPE, THROUGH AMERICA, via SAND- ; WICH ISLANDS. The Magnificent Steamship CITY OF NEW YORK, 3,400 tons, will leave Auckland for San Francisco, wa'Honolulu, on TUESDAY, January 2. 1 Passengers booked to London, Liverpool. or Paris, at a through rate to cover coastal fare, thus securing special advantages. WILSON, SAWTELL & Co., 771fc : ‘ ° Agents, Chriatdu’ <»h.

Business Notices N rr EWIND U S T B asphUting. Y. JAMES BRADLEY is prepared to take orders for ASPHALTING at , very moderate rates. All orders to be left at the Works, Park nrxeet. , All . work kept in repair for twelve months. 3Boc -fnternational exhibition. ONLY GOLD MEDAL AWARDED. T. R. Procter, 00 TJ LISTS’ OPTICIAN, ?' 150, LOWER HIGH STREET, i!fi CHRISTCHURCH (Opposite Borough Hotel).

Section XVII., Class 77 — Scientific Apparatus. Jurors—A. W. Bickerton, B.E;'.Robinson, A. E. Edwards. Tnos. Pbocteb, Christchurch ; ; For excellence of workmanship and great variety of spectacle glasses suited; for every description of optical defect. These ace shown an- all stages , of manufacture, both in quartz and glass, The local manufacture of'these glasses is of considerable importance, being made in every combination of spherical and cylindrical form required. There sre also exhibited some very wellmade condensers, and some “ Coddington,” “ Stanhope,” and other lenses. The jaXQTB consider this an exhibit of special merit, and recommend a certificate of gold d!2

0 KING FORGE, V ; COAOH BUILDING, AND WHEELWRIGHT ESTABLISHMENT. J.R. STEEL begs to inform his UjinIOTQQB friendaand customerathat nehas REMOVED' to his new and commodious Brick premises in WEST, STREET? (next Qvaedian Office)* whereJie hopes to meet the sa&d . patftftatge r "as - heretofore. Shoeing done oh’ scientific principles. Estffnatos given for all Builders Ironwork. Ironwork: Hone .in all branches. Reapers ■■ and;(Binders ■ repaired, • with depatch. Reasonable charges for all work.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 825, 22 December 1882

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