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Auction Sales. UNDER DISTRAINT. Cambkon v. Kelly. AT CHERTSEY. JL. WILSON is instructed to sell by .auction at Chertsey on FRIDAY, THE 30th INST., At half past 10 o’clock, About 80 ACRES of BARLEY, and 70 ACRES of OATS, both nearly ripe. Now on the Farm of A. J. Kelly, about li miles from Station. Terms cash. SATURDAY, 31ht. JANUARY, 1 o’clock. A LFRED HARRISON has received instructions from the owner to selll by public auction, at his Rooms on above date— TOWN SECTION No. 117, situated on Moore street, with 4-roomed HOUSE situated thereon. The section is most centrally situated, and the house, but lately built, is well finished, papered, and lined throughout ; Leamington range, registered stove, and oth e r i m pro Yemenis. The above can be recommended as a splendid investment. Term;; at Sale. 1 o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON, 435 a Auctioneer. THURSDAY, sth FEBRUARY. CLEARING OUT SALE. To T'ngincc: s, V. hedwrig.hts, Blacksmiths, Farmers, Contractors, and others. \ r E5-SRS. BPMISTON BROS. AND iVI GI'NDRY l ave been favored with instructions from Mr J. R. Steel to sell hy PUBLIC AUCTION, On his premises, Burnett and Tancred Streets, ON THURSDAY, sth FEBRUARY, The whole of his valuable ENGINEERING, BLACKSMITH’S, AND WHEELWRIGHT’S TOOLS, Consisting of 1 Self-acting screw-cutting lathe 3 pairs bellows, 2 anvils, 2 pairs vyces Dialling machine, stocks and dies, Tire irons Tongs, swages, punches, mandrills, bolsters Hammers, Ac., Ac., Whcoltireing plate 3 iron, chimneys 1 set rollers, for pipe bending. Also, Sundry lot of Iron, Laddei’S, Wheelbarrow, and Harness, of various kinds. Terms at Sale Sale to commence at 11 o’clock sharr A good Lunch provided. EDMISTON BROS & GUNDRY. 449 g Auctioneers. THURSDAY, sth FEBRUARY. In tbc Estate of John Robb. Messrs, edmiston bros. a GUNDRY will oiler for sale at the same time and place as the above (by order of Mr. F. Pavitt, trustee in the estate of John Robb, and by kind permission of Mr. Steel),. The Trustee’s interest in the Lease of T.S. 131, Ashburton, with largo iron building thereon (150 ft x 30ft.) This section is situated at the corner of West and Tancrcd streets, opposite tbc Union Bank of Australia, axxd would make a capital grain shed. Also, 1 Vertical drill 1 Foundry blast Belting, shafts, pnllies Ac., Ac., Ac. Terms at sale. Sale a 11 a.m. EDMISTON BROS. A GUNDRY, 450 g Auctioneer's. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. GREAT AND IMPORTANT SALE or 768 AGEES OF GOOD WHEAT GROWING LAND. AT THE HINDS, IN FARMS OF 58 ACRES TO 100 ACRES. MOST REASONABLE TERMS, AKD A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR SMALL CAPITALISTS. MESSRS. EDMISTON BROS. & GUNDRY have been favored with instructions from A. Gibson, Esq., to sell by Public Auction, At their rooms, East street, Ashburton, on THURSDAY, 18th MARCH, 708 ACRES LAND AT THE HINDS, Close to the Railway Station. Also, LOTS 39, 41, 43, HINDHOPE, Together with BLACKSMITH’S SHOP AND DWELLING-HOUSE Erected thereon. Terms —10 per cent, cash, 10 per cent, in 12 months, balance in five years at 8 per cent, interest. Sale at 1 o’clock. EDMISTON BROS. & GUNDRY, 451 g Auctioneers. Gazette in Bankruptcy. V. Pv. THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN! (Coilnty Agricultural and Sporting: Recorder) is a GAZETTE for all Noticesunder Tire Debtors and Creditors Acts.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 54, 29 January 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 54, 29 January 1880