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Baalway Notices. —ZEAL AND * RAlLWAYS(Christchurch Section.) WINSLOW SPORTS, Ist JANUARY, % ■ . O V 1883. A Special Train will leave Ashburton for Winslcw at- 10. 46 a! m., returning at 6.0 p.m., stopping at Tinwald. Single fares for return journey. Carriages cannot be guaranteed, but a sufficient number of seated trucks will be provided. Passengers from Ashburton for Winslow will not be booked for the Express Train, as this Special Train is provided for the purpose of taking such passengers. FREDK. BACK, Traffic Manager. District Traffic Manager’s Office, Christchurch, December 2-ith, 1882. d 29 ZEALANjD RAILWAYS. (Christchurch SecETon.) $ TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS FOR NEW , YEAR’S-DAY, 1883.

The following alterations in the ordinary time-table will be made for Ist January, 1883: In lieu of the 7.30 a.m. train from Timaru to Ashburton, and the 10.55 a.m. train from Ashburton to Christchurch, a train will run as under - Christchurch 12.30 Stopping at platform stations to pick up or set down passengers if required.

-The .morning train from Methven to will run same as on Wednesdays and Saturdays. .The evening train from Jlakaia to Methven will run 20 minutes later than usual. The evening train from Christchu ch to Ashburton will start at 4.50 p. m., and run 'minutes later than usual. Goods traffic will be suspended. 4 r ~ FARES : _ - All ordinary, single fare tickets issued from 21st December to 2nd January will be available for return up to and including the Bth January. 7 ' rty vS FREDK; BACK, -im.y J Traffic Manager. District Traffic Manager’s Office, Christchurch, December 27th, 1882. d2B

T. Bullock. T. Bullock, UC T lONEER, ESTATE n AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. BAZAAR, BURNETT STREET, ; : .Ashburton. A ll OTIONEER’S NOTICEIn 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, FORSALK by private treaty, situated near the Hinds, togrether 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 gro wing crop of 78 accea wheat, and 70 acres turnips, which will be sold with the property. This offers a favorable onportunity to persons desirous of procuring a farm at a low }>rico and liberal terms. For full particuars, apply to T. BULLOCK, ’ J Auctioneer. N E M " - Several Sums ready for investment on approved Freehold Security, at the lowest current rate of interest. “Apply to ... . . . , T.- BULLOCK. T o B SHOP in Havelock s:,reet. Apply to T: BULLOCK.

TO LET;—Commodious SHOP in East street, now in occupation of Mr J. W. ' Hayes. Possession to bo given on Mr Hayes removing to his %&w.Krem I mes at the Arcade. T. BULLOCK. JP together with a House of six rooms, situated'duly* a Short distance from the townwf Ashburton. For full particulars .apply to tlie undersigned. - '. . ’ - - ' T. BULLOCK. FOR SALE—A comfortable COTTAGE of S together with a Quarter Acre Section, situated at Hampgted, near the lately in occupation of Mr Wm. Johns. Liberal terms of pay■roenlf Will be accepted. T. BULLOCK. mO LET.—The CENTRAL BAKERY, | together with shop and dwelling bouse, near Post office. T. BULLOCK. TO LET—At, a low rental, Central BOARDINGHOUSE, in the Triagle, lately in occupation of McDonald Stewart. , T. BULLOCK. TO LET—at a very Low Rental—a COTTAGE of Five Rooms, situated at Hampstead. T. BULLOCK. fTIO LET, at a low rental—SHOP in X iMooro street, presently occupied by Mr John Smithson. ’• T. BULLOCK. mO, LET—A Six-roomed HOUSE in X Tailored street, lately in the occupation of Mr McGregor. V., ' ' ■ T. BULLOCK. POII SALE—A SPRING TRAP, with - -Top, suitable for a Butcher or Baker, T. BULLOCK. jgOXING ! BOXING!! BOXING!!! DA,N' LEA, Champion Light Weight ews Zealand, and ex Champion of Eqgland, Fas commenced giving Lessons 'ln she ’Noble Art of Self Defence, in Mr HilKirSample 'Booms, back of Somerset Hptel jvtfy TUESDAY' and FRIDAY Nights*, from 7-30 to-10 o’clock, for Pupil B^r. ! ;,, J > Class Lessons,) £1 pe o'-Tim rooms will be thrown open •very SATURDAY Night, for Public supeipnteiidehce of IWWaMI.II All 'written Communicafp Somerset Hotel « f iflA t&hmiT 9-ll

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 830, 30 December 1882

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 830, 30 December 1882

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