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LONGBBAOH BO AD BOABD. mEJND/SRS ate invited for the following X works :— Taking up culvert and making ford, deepening Hide drains, and shingling on Water ton new Road, cleaaing ont drains on Ford's Road. Specifications may be seen »t oar cffioe where tenders must bo left not later than 11 a.m on FRIDAY, Mtrch 39, 1889. O. E. FOOKS & BON, 3|129 District Surveyors.

Auctions TINWALD YABDB. MESSRS MILEB and 00. are inslrncted to offer at the abore Yards on TUESDAY KEXT, A Line of well grown 1200 Crossbred Lambs 1200 Also, — Fat and Store PHEEP. J. T. FORD, Auctioneer. 3+127 GEO. JAMESON, Agent. ASH BURTON Ram & Ewe Fair. MESSRS MILES & 00. are imtraoted to Sell by Auction, at the above Fair on FKIDAY, 29th MARCH, Some First claßs Lineß of EWEB and

BAMS, among them being QtAA First cross EWES from the wOwy Lagmhor Station. These Ewbb are sound- mouthed, m eplendid order, end from the same flock as those that were sold laßt season, and gave euch universal itatls-

faction to thoee who bought

them. af\f\f\ Merino EWEB, direct from (£>\J\J\J the far-famed Mount Parn&epuß Station. jkaa Merino EWES, direct from lOUv the H ighfield Station. The Mount ParnaßßUß and Hlghfield flocks are among the best io the North Oanteri bury District j-aa Halfbrpd EWES from the O\J\J Chatmosa Efltate, Also, — Shropshire Down, Border, Leioenter, and Lincoln BAMS. J T. FORD, Auetioneet. GfcO. JAMESON, p 3JI3Q Age fl t, A|h6qrtQn.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2093, 20 March 1889

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