Auction Sales, ASHBURTON RAC I \G CLUB. SUE OF }“Uj VI LEGES. i VI KSS.mS. ACLAND, CAMPBELL, ,T I A X!) C( >. hitvc received inutruc- [ tiui;s from ?!»>• Ashljurton Rueiny Club to I sell by Public Auction, at the Horse i Bazaar, Burnett Street, Ashburton, on j THURSDAY, 6th NOVEMBER, j The following Privileges for the two dax's’ racing on 19fch and 90th November. 1. The Publican's Booth under the Grand Stand. 2. The Publican’s Booth, to be erected by the Purchaser. 2. Confectioner's Booth, No. 1. 4. Confectioner's Booth, No. 2. 5. Right of Sports. 6. Right of Selling Cards of the Races. 7. Gate Money. 8. Grand Stand and Saddling Paddock. 9. Right of Erecting Horse Yards. Particulars and conditions can be obtained from the Secretary of the Racing Club, or THE AUCTIONEERS. Sale to commence at 12 o’clock sharp. 168 —C32a WINSLOW, ASHBURTON. Messrs h. matson and co. have received instructions from Messrs Fnsby Bros, to SELL BY AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVr, At the Homestead, near Winslow, on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12tji, At 12 o’clock, THEIR MAGNIFICENT FREEHOLD OF iA A ACRES OF FIRST-CLASS t' 'll LAND, of which 150 acres are in crop ; Also, THEIR LEASEHOLD OF 97.') ACRES ADJOINING THE /v / -'-J A BOVE, of which 230 acres are in crop. These Farms, containing as they do, some of the choicest ami earliest se.'ected 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. Together with their STOCK, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &c., &c., &c. HORSES. 1 bay mare, Fanny, aged 1 bay mare, Nellie, aged 1 black geiding, Prince, ayrs 1 roan gelding, Charlie, aged I bay gelding, Balo, “ ,ts 1 bay gelding, Jock, 3yr> I chestnut gelding, Paddy, 4yrs 1 bay filly, Blossom, 3yrs I bay filly, Kitty, 3yrs 1 chestnut mare Jessie, Syrs 2 two-year-olds by Rob Roy 2 two-year-olds by Champion I filly by Barney O’Hea 1 one-year-old by Chief 1 seven-year-old brood mare 8 milch cows 2 yearlings 2 nine-months 4 calves 360 sheep, mixed ages and sexes 20 pigs Fowls, &c. IMPLEMENTS. 2 double-furrow ploughs by Duncan 1 single-furrow plough by Hornsby 2 sets harrows 1 chain harrow, 16ft 1 broadcast sowing machine, by Duncan, first prize at Show 1 Bft Cambridge roller, by Anderson 1 4-horse-power and intermediate 1 Richmond and Chandler chaffcutter I cultivator 3 drays 1 spring trap and harness Harness for ten horses 2 Samuelson’s six-arm reapers 1 Osborne’s reaper and binder Weighing machine 300 sacks. Also, Hay, Clover hay 150 red clover 7 tons oaten sheaves Quantity of oats. Inspection is invited. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER is. Sale at 12 o’clock. 166 H. MATSON AND CO. THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN, Price Twopence, CAN be obtained from the following Agents, who will receive orders : H. M. Jones E. A. Garnett K. Sando D. Williamson M. Guiuney M. Atkinson G. Leadley T. M. Jones & Co. J. Lambie ... Wm. Cox W. C. Morgan ... W. Harris J. Davison J. Stephens ... T. E. Tomlinson ... P. Tisch ... A. R. Markham & Co. M. Hudson W. H. Wake J. Bowick ... The Triangle East Street East Street East Street Wakanui Seafield Wakanui Creek Seafield Kyle Bakaia Alford Forest Winslow Westerfield Alford Forest Mount Somers Spread Eagls Chertsey Waterton Ashton Mayfield Intending Subscribers will-please fill m> forms, which can be obtained from any f the above Agents. They will “algo oblye by stating on the back of the order i>» which agent they pay their subscription*. WEEKS AND DIXON, PWNTBRS iPVBWSBWg,
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 18, 6 November 1879
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