Auction Sales. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1. ASHBURTON SALE ROOMS AND YARDS. T E, BUCHANAN & CO. will hold £,l , their usual weekly sale of Merchandise Farm Produce Potatoes, and other Effects. Sale at 12.30 sharp. J. E. BUCHANAN & Co., 152 Auctioneers. ASHBURTON. Messrs h. matson and go. have received instructions from Messrs Fnaby Bros, to SELL BY AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE, ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12tii, At 12 o’clock, THEIR MAGNIFICENT FREEHOLD OF iAA ACRES OF FIRST-CLASS 4tV/v/ LAND, of which 150 acres are in crop ; Also, THEIR LEASEHOLD OF O'yo ACRES ADJOINING THE / v ABOVE, of which 230 acres are in crop ; Together with their STOCK, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Ac., Ac., Ac. These Farms, containing as they do, some of the choicest and earliest selected land in the Ashburton district; and being only three and a-half miles from Tinwald and one and a-half miles from Winslow, offer facilities for the conveyance of produce seldom to be met with. On the Farms there are two good Seven-roomed Houses and a good Garden. The land is thoroughly fenced, and, taken as a whole, is one of the best properties that has been offered to the public for some considerable time past. Inspection is invited. 151 H. MATSON AND CO. The Stud. YOUNG IVANHOE. YOUNG IVANHOE, by Old Ivanhoe, by Sir Walter Scott, out of London Maggie—Sir Walter Scott, by Clydeboy, took first prize as best horse at Exhibition at London in 1862, gold medal at Sterling, and twice first at Glasgow, and several other first prizes. London Maggie took first prize as best three year old mare af Exhibition at London in 1802 and first prize wherever shown. Ivanhoe took first prize at Glasgow as a two year old, was bought for 1100 guineas, and imported to New Zealand. Young Ivanhoe, out of Grey Maggie (imported), out of Blossom, by Rutherglen —by Caledonian, and has taken first prize as a two year old at Timaru, and first prize when next shown as a five year old at Timaru. Young Ivanhoe will travel the South Rakaia, Chertsey, and Mount Hutt districts. For further particulars see cards. ROBERT PATTON, 52 Methven. 1879. TO STAND THIS SEASON. THOROUGHBRED STALLION YOUNG TRADUCER. YOUNG TRADUCER, by Traducer, dam Kasper’s dam, imported. See “ Stud Book.” Young Traducer was bred by W. C. Webb, Esq., at Riccarton. He is a rich dark brown, standing 16 hands high, with immense bone and substance, and for make and shape has been pronounced by the best judges as hal'd to beat anywhere. Young Traducer is rising 5 years. Terms: £5 ss. per mare, payable Ist January, 1880 ; groomago foes 55., payable on first service. Also, the Grey Entire Pony, SYDNEY, Will travel, with the entire horse Young Traducer, the district of Ashburton during the season. Good paddocks 2s. per week. Every care taken, but no responsibility. ROBERT LITTLE, 39 Proprietor. m.*. STUD NOTICE. rjTHE THOROUGHBRED HORSE, TRIBUNE, ] By Traducer, dam Azucena, \ Will travel the Ashburton District \ as usual. Apply, Groom in charge. 21
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