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J. T. Ford uni Co. POSTPONEME T OF SALE TILL WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3 WAKANUI. TO CONTRACTORS, FARMERS, AND OTHERS. CLEARING SALE OP 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 Schoolhouso, ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3. At 11 a.m., The whole of his well-selected Plant, Consisting of—--28 First-class DRAUGHT MARES and GELDINGS 2 2-Horse DRAYS with Frames 7 TIP DRAYS 1 8-Horse WAGON 1 SPRING TRAP 2 3-Furrow PLOUGHS, by Roid and Gray 1 2-Furrow PLOUGH, by Reid and Gray 4 Single-Furrow PLOUGHS 1 McSherry DRILL 1 CAMBRIDGE ROLLER 1 Bentall 2 POWER and CHAFF 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 REA,P E R 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. Tke Implements have all been kept in first-class repair, an ! 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 be sold. Full particulars at sale, or by enquiry to MESSRS J. T. FORD & CO., Christchurch ; Or, MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS., d2B nanaaEanwnannKianaiMnaßm Lost. LOST, between Cameron street and Caledonian Sports Ground —A silk UMBRELLA. The finder will oblige by leaving same at Office of this Paper. d 29 LOST, on the Alford Forest Road — About 40 Fat SHEEP, some branded o over M, some 28, and some X, with red paint, on .back and back of head. One Pound Reward to any person giving information that will lead to theirrecovery. —Jas. Smith, Alford Forest Road, Ashburton. <129 STRAYED, from Cherlsey, on Sunday, the 24th, a Chestnut GELDING, aged six years, Roman nose, white face; no visible brands; silver mane and tail ; newly shod. The finder will be rewarded. Apply either to Station-master or R. Mason, Chertsey. 28d OTRAYED from near Mayfield Post Office, Hinds—One Bay MARE, branded A on near shoulder ; four years old. Anyone giving information of her whereabouts to C. Doherty, Mayfield, or at Office of this Paper, will be rewarded.|j

Tenders. ROAD DISTRICT. Written TENDERS are hereby invited for the FORMATION' of the road from Coldstream to Rye’s corner, in two sections. Specifications can be seen at the office of the Board, where tenders, on the printed form, accompanied by a cash deposit, and addressed to the Chairman, will be received up till three o’clock p.m. on FRIDAY, the sth of January, 1883. W. CUTHBBRT, District Surveyor. Longbeach Road, Winslow, December 22nd, 1832. d 23 ENDERS are invited for CUTTING, BINDING, and STOCKING about one thousand acres of Crop at Lyndhurst, near Methven. Tenders for the whole or blocks of not less than 200 acres to be sent in by December 31st, to L. & E. COSTER, Somerton, 21d South Rakaia, mENDERS WANTED—For CUTJ TING, BINDING, STOCKING, and STACKING 300 Acres of Oats, and 400 Acres of Wheat at Dromore, for Peter Grant. Tenders to be sent to H. Britton, Cameron street, Ashburton, not later than MONDAY, January Ist, 1883. d 27 TENDERS wanted for CUTTING, STOCKING, CARTING, and STACKING 400 Acres of Crop, in the Hinds district. Tenders to be sent in to Messrs Povntz and Co., on or before FRIDAY, sth January, either for the whole or in blocks of 10*0 Acres each. Barristers, Solicitors, &c. C. W. Purnell, OARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, EAST STREET. 45e Gazette in Bankiaptcy. V, R. N OTICE— The Ashburton Guardian is a Gazette for all notices under the Debtors and Creditors Arts fJIINWALD STORE. NOTICE. The TINWALD STORE has been RE-OPENED under the management of Mr W. BIGGS, and. Customers will be attended to as formerly. 23d

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 830, 30 December 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 830, 30 December 1882