Edmiston Bros. & Gundry. CLEARING SALE. TO FARMERS, CONTRACTORS, AND OTHERS DRAUGHT HORSES; DRAYS, ¥ AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Messrs, edmiston bros. and GUNDRY, in conjunction with Mr. F. Pavitt, have been favored with instructions from Mr. George Parkin to sell BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON THURSDAY, Ist APRIL, 1880, At his Farm, about three miles from Ashburton, and three miles from Dromore, adjoining Cuff and Graham’s, The whole of his FARMING STOCK AND 8 2 3 8 1 ■ 3 1 2 1 3 130 IMPLEMENTS, Consisting of FIRST-CLASS DRAUGHT HORSES HACKS DRAYS AND FRAMES SETS HARNESS D. F. PLOUGH SETS HARROWS CAMBRIDGE ROLLER BROADCAST SEED SOWERS CHAFF CUTTER REAPERS AND BINDERS ACRES TURNIPS etc., &c., etc. Sale at 1 o’clock. EDMISTON BROS., & GUNDRY, 654g-247c Auctioneers. H. Matson and Co. TATTERSALL’S. ALTERATION OF DATE OF SPECIAL SALE FEOII TUESDAY, APRIL G, TO THURSDAY, APRIL 8. Messrs h. matson & co. beg to announce their intention (at the request of numerous constituents) of holding a SPECIAL SALE OF COUNTRY HORSES AT TATTERSALL’S, ON , APRIL 8 NEXT. The following are entries and particulars already received : Account G. H. Moore, Esq., A draft of QA Mixed Horses, from the Glcnmark Station. Detailed particulars next week. Account D. H. Potts, Esq., QA 3-year old Unbroken Colts and Fillies, by the celebrated horse Dick. This line comprises a really splendid lot of young horses. They are well grown, and calculated for hack or carriage purposes, presenting an opportunity that seldom offers. Account John O’Neil, Esq., ~t Q Mostly Unbroken, 2 and 3-year-J_/C old Colts and Fillies, by Marmion, Blueboy, Barbarian, and Young Peer. Also a number of first-class Draught Colts. gHUP-SDAY 12 Account James Fisher, Esq., 3,4, 5, and G-year-old Light Draught, Cab, or Spring-Cart Horses, all thoroughly broken and good workers. Account R. Dawber, Esq., German Bay, 6 Broken and Uni Token Draught and Light Harness Horses, all young. JO 120 Account other owners, Mixed Horses. Horses. Particulars in future advertisements. THURSDAY, APRIL 8. Entries confined to country lots. G3oo H. MATSON & CO. Auctioneers.
Amusements. FIRST TIME IN NEW ZEALAND ! ! TOWN HALL. npHE Amateur Dramatic Club, bavin" § obtained special license under the Authors’ Copyright Act, WILL PERFORM, ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, April 2 and 3, The Nautical Drama entitled “ASHORE AND AFLOAT,” With a magnificent cast of 25 characters, accompanied with 17 sets of splendid sceneiy. Full particulars in handbills. Admission —Front seats, 35.; back, 25.; gallery, Is. Doors open at 7.30 ; commence at 8. OG4g TIT ANTED, a strong BOY, accustomed to horses, and to be generally useful. Apply Herald Office. CGGt; McSKERRY DRILLS. SHIPMENT of these celebrated _ Drills is expected shortly to arrive, ley will range in width from 6 feet 6 Inches (12 Hoppers) to 10 feet (17 Hoppers). Orders taken by the undersigned, FREDK. PAVITT, Ashburton, For the SOLE AGENT, JOHN ANDERSON, Canterbury Foundry.
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