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1 LAND AND GENEKAL. ! TO LET. I, OIRST-CLAS& Timaru Residence, fcJT fully Furnished. ■ 11.I I. The above Property overlooks baro- ; Line Bay, anl is close to the Leach, , Terms—£3 per week to air approveu Tenant for a period ®r not less thaw 4 Oi* six months. FO'll SA&E. NEW Six-Roomed Dwelling; aU Modern conveniences. The-above Property-is situated m Allentorx>, and should command a ready sale, a? the owner is asking a very moderate figure. , Also a/ large number of Properties of all descriptions. Full particulars on application. „ , AU Rents and' Interest collected, Absentees represented. Agent for the London and Midland Insurance Co., Ltd. JOHN S. YEOMAN, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. 9/ Victoria Street (opposite Triangle), . Asnburton.

H. L. BARKER, FARM PRODUCE BUYERS' REPRESENTATIVE, LAND AND WOOL SALESMAN, BURNETT .STREET,' ASHBURTON ! CASH BUYER of GRAIN, SEEDS, PRODUCE, and FAT LAMBS AND SHEEP. (At per Head or per pound.) WOOL received for Christchurcli Sales, account Pyne and Co. WOOL received for Timaru Sales, account Canterbury Farmers' Association. SUPERIOR FARM SEEDS supplied, railage free, at nearest Railway Station. Agent for QUEENSLAND INSURANCE CO.

,!!. B. CHRISTIAN, corner Tancred Street and Arcade. T lOENSED LAND BROKER, LAND, ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENT. _—. t .Town, Suburban and Country Houses and Land For Sale and To Let. Loans Negotiated. Rents and Interest Collected. Transfers, Mortgages, and all Land Transfer documents arranged. x AGENT FOR:— State lire Insurance. Government Accident Insurance Department. Little's Fluid and Powder Dipß.

FOR SALE. 440 ACRES, 8 or 9 miles from Kaikoura,, subdivided ; 8 paddocks, wellwatered and fenced; carries 2J- sheep to acre all year; .well grassed. New Dwelling of 6 Rooms, H. and C. water, Bathroom and all Conveniences, Stables, Cow Byre, Milking Machines. Telephone on Property, and handy to School. PRICE—£I2 10s ACRE, Further Particulars frorar— HAROLD E. CURTIS, 116 BURNETT STREET, ASHBURTONv

SHIPPING. mHE NEW- ZEALAND SHIPPING i_ COMPANY'S DINE. * To London, via Monte Video, Teneriffe, and Plymouth. MOST MODERN PASSENGER STEAMERS IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. Steamer. Tons". From :To Sail Rotorua ~ '12500 Wellington Feb. 5 ""*' Rna'pehu* 9880 Wellirigfc'n Mar. 5 Kaikoura* 10560 —. ipcil 9 Eteruuera* 12500 — May-t. Euahine*. 12000 — June 4 Eotorua - 12500. ~ July 2; *Twin screw, t Triple screw. ACCOMMODATION IS NOT SURPASSED BY ANY OTHER LINE Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. ; For further particulars apply— ■ | FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD. SHAW, SAVILL. AND ALB JON CO. - THE LARGEST PASSENGER '; STEAMERS IN THE NEW ZEALAND TRADE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS for LONDQN," with Superior Accommodation for all classes of passengers, calling at Monte Video, Teneriffe, and Plymouth. All steamers now fitted with I CO2 PATENT FIRE EXTINGUISHER. I Vesssl. Tons. From Date. Tainui 9957. Wellington Jan. 24; lonic* 12232 Wellington Feb. 26 Athenic* 12234 Wellington April 23 Oorinthic 12i!sl Wellington May 21 Arawa* 9372 Wellington June 18

All Steamers Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. 'Twin screw. NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY COMPANY, LTD,, And NIOOLL BROS., Joint Agantfl. MONEY. To Lend on approved Freehold Secur--1 itiesv several j sums, at Lowest Current Rates. "' - ' > T. BULLOCK.

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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