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' LAND AND GENERAL. H. A. LLOYD. AUCTIONEER ANID VALUATOR, GRAIN. SEED, AN© PRODUCT' -' MERCHANT. LICENSED. Government Broker for the SALE and PURCHASE' of WHEAT. *" I AM A CASH BUYER OF— WHEAT, OATS, RYEGRASS, COCKSFOOT, POTATOES, Etc. ' And have in Stock:— MANURES, .. SUPER and BONES, * GRAIN MANURE. Sole Agent for the "PERFECT" . CREAM SEPARATOR. This machine is a good skimmer, self-oiling, and has self-balancing bowl. It will pay you to inspect before purchasing elsewhere. UNITED INSURANCE CO. Fire, Accident, Stock'and Cicpe. ' In Properties, I have several places worth inspection. The following are » few:— ASHBURTON.—Modern Bun^Jf|| of 5 rooms and every possible utfhvenience, H.P. Water, Electric Light. House is only twelve months old, and very easy terms accepted for quick sale. . ' ALLENTON.—S| Acres of Splendid Land, with Small Cottage. Owner , left the district. Low price accepted. COLLEGE LEASE of 100 ACRES, Dairy Land. ,20 Acres, with House adjoining, can be purchased. Make a Good Dairy Farm*, HAMPSTEAD.—S-Roomed Bungalow, with every convenience: HrP. Water, Electric Light, ■ Concrete Paths, Good Garden. .House practically new. . Owner gone farming* and must reaIt4oo ACRES, with Modern DweDing, -every convenience. Outbuildings include; Men's Whare. Stable, '-» Trap SWe'd, Car Shed, Workshop. The • property is well subdivided, witit ( water ia every paddock. 'Within easy distance of Ashburton, and price is low. I have also Several Farms suitable for Dairying and Cropping. Particulars on application. H. A. LL9YD. . _^_ ' AUCnONEBRI, ' LAND, ESTATE and COMMISSION AaEjiT. . , f - „ DAVID FRIEDLAND^X AUCTIONEER AMI COMMISSION AGentV I HAVE a Large Kiimber of Good Properties on my Books for, PRIVATE SALE, and shall be pleased in . arrange inspection to bona fide buyers. . " „ , ALL STOCK SALES in the.Connty ; are regularly attended- by me,, and 1 can assure Grants of ray very best personal atteiipo'n. to their irterests. FAT STOCK drafted either for 6ale through Yards or for Works. SKIN SAXES are' held by ,rjr|€t eyery Alternate MONDAY, at my Rooms:" I can Supply in 51b or 101b Tins tlie> NOTED SUNBEAM TEA. ■ D. FRIEDLANDiER. AUCTIONEER. SPRING.FLOWERING BULBSi NOW is the time to Plant. We have in' Stock: Narcissus, Anemones, Ranunculus, Tulips, Freesias, Iriae, etc. THOMAS BROS. ' IMPROVE the Tone of Your Piano by Good Tuning. . E. M. PHILLH^S, Tuner and Representative for Webley, Sons and Gofton Lbi., Christchurch, is now y in town. Address all coxnmunications to --124 1 Wills Street West.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 1 May 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 1 May 1919

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