Wanted. ~\KT ANTED—By a respectable girl, V V 18i a SITUATION as general Servant, Housemaid, or in a small family. Apply Herald Office. Gl2g WANTED— Terms of BOARD and RESIDENCE for single gentleman in Ashburton. Reply at once, “S.E.D., Herald Office. 613 g WANTED— By a Married Couple, without incumbrance, a SITUATION on a Station. Wife as Laundress and competent to manage a Dairy ; man as Carpenter or can make himself generally useful. Apply office of this paper. 6160 Edmiston Bros. & G-undry. THURSDAY NEXT, MARCH 18. At 12 o'clock.
IMPORTANT Clearing Sale OP FARMING STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS, ALSO, 768 acres 768 OF GOOD WHEAT-GROWING LAND AT THE HINDS, In Farms of 58, GO, 150, and 500 Acres. \/|TESSRS. EDMISTON BROS. & iVJL GUNDRY have been favored with instructions from A. Gibson, Esq., who is leaving for Scotland, to sell BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AT HIS FARM, “ AUCHENDRANE,” THE HINDS, The whole of his excellent FARMING STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS, , WITHOUT RESERVE. Consisting of—
7 First-class Draught Horses, five years and under 3 Do, do, do, unbroken, two year off 1 Hack 2 Milch Cows, in full profit 3 R. and G. D. F. Ploughs 1 S. F. do 3 Sets four-loaf Harrows 2 Drays 2 R. and G. Reapers 1 Two-horse power 1 Chaff-cutter 1 Corn-crusher 4 Sets Leading Harness 2 do Shaft do 13 Pairs Haines 12 do Plough Chains 18 Swingletrees Lot Patent Plough Wheels 7 Horse Covers Saddle and Bridle 2 Large Tents and Cooking Utensils 2 Tarpaulins Grindstone Horse-shoeing Tools, Anvil 2 Sots Stocks and Dies Carpenters’ Tools 12 Milk Pans 4 Bags Lime Churn, Gate Hinges Lot of Firewood Picks, Shovels, Forks, Spades 250 Bags Chaff 2 Stacks Oats GO Fowls Furniture Ac., Ac., Ac. ALSO, ins MAGNIFICENT FARM, KNOWN AS “AUCHBNDRAN E,” Comprising 500 ACRES 500 Of First-class Wheat Land, Being R.S. 2813 G. The property is well fenced, and sub-divided into five paddocks, with gorse fences. There is plenty of good water 20ft. from the surface. The buildings consist of a comfortable 3-roomed weatherboard cottage, cobbed and plastered throughout, with scullery, bath-room, Ac., and a men’s hut. The greater part of the land is in crop, and lying fallow, and there is a plantation of about five acres of forest trees round the house. At the same time will be offered 58 ACRES 58 Of Good Wheat Land, near the above, 60 ACRES 60 Do Do. Do. 150 ACRES 150 R.S. 28137, about 1| miles from the Hinds Railway Station, ringfenced, with a good well of water (16ft. to water). ALSO, T.S. 39, 43, 44, Hindhope, with Blacksmith’s Shop and Dwelling-house thereon. The above properties must be sold, and the terms are therefore exceedingly liberal. Sale at 12 o’clock. Luncheon provided. Conveyances will meet express train at Winslow, leaving Ashburton at 11 a.m. EDMISTON BROS. A GUNDRY, 530 g Auctioneers. W ANTED KNOWN—That the cheapest and neatest CARDS may bp had at the “ GUARDIAN OFFICE.”
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