H. Matson and 00. TATTBBSALI/s SATURDAY NEXT, APRIL 24th. Messrs, h. matson & 00., have received instructions from Messrs. Wilkin and Davidson, to OFFER FOR UNRESERVED SALE, AT TATTERSALL’S, SATURDAY NEXT, APRIL 24th, A DRAFT OF OA HEAD of 3-year-old HEAVY Oil DRAUGHT UNBROKEN COLTS and FILLIES, From the ST. LEONARD’S STATION. The auctioneers, in drawing attention to the above line of horses, wish to point out that in breeding, the ownershave kept nothing but first-class mares, mated with one of the best sires in the The colts are, therefore, of large size, well grown, good quality, and fit for . immediate work. Our instructions are to SELL WITHOUT RESERVE. SATURDAY NEXT, APRIL 24th, At 11 a. m. sharp. H. MATSON & CO., 7540 Auctioneers. Alfred Harrison. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, AT TWO O’CLOCK. FARM AT SEAFIEIiD, In the occupation of Mrs. Dannihy. ALFRED HARRISON, in conjunction with R. Davies and Co., have received instructions from Messrs. R. M'Kerrow and Co., as agents for the vendor, to sell, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At his rooms, Ashburton, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, unless previously disposed, of privately, That WELL-KNOWN FARM situated in the Seafield district, and now in the occupation of Mrs. Dannihy, consisting of 625 ACRES OF GOOD ARABLE LAND, Yiz.: 230 acres broken up, 75 acres fo which are in turnips 230 acres wheat stubble 150 acres barley stubble, And the balance consists of a garden and avenue, planted with blue gum trees. The property is ring fenced, sub-divided into three paddocks, with live fences. There is also a good well, whare', and other improvements. Terras at sale, or on application to MESSRS. R. M'KERROW & CO., Rakaia; R. DAYIES & CO., Auctioneers, &c., Rakaia; or ALFRED HARRISON, 744 a Auctioneer, Ashburton. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. SALE OF SUBURBAN SECTIONS, WEDNESDAY, sth MAY, 2 o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions to sell by public auction at his rooms, on the above date, 16 SUBURBAN SECTIONS. 16 The above are beautifully situated on the West Belt, close to the Hospital Grounds, and will be disposed of absolutely, on most easy terms. Full particulars will be given in next issue of this Journal. ALFRED HARRISON, 449 g Auctioneer. Auction Sales, GIFT AUCTION. The Financial Committee of the ASHBURTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Respectfully announce that arrangements have been made for a GIFT AUCTION, IN AID OF THE FUNDS OF THE CHURCH, To take place on THURSDAY, 6th MAY NEXT, At the TOWN HALL, At 1 o’clock,
By Thomas Bullock, Esq., who has kindly consented to act on the occasion. Contributions in Grain, Poultry, or Dairy Produce may be left with Messrs. D. Williamson, A. Orr, G. M. Robinson, and F. Pavitt, before that date. 7060 For Sale. FOR SALE. CHEAP. CHEAP. CHEAP. 30,000 STAKES, Also, 500,000 r^S LDING Now in stock, and daily arriving from the mills. ALPHEUS HAYES, 738 g East street, Ashburton. FARMS FOR SALE. IMPROVED FARM of 564 Acres, near Dromore. IMPROVED FARM of 400 Acres, Seafield. 544-Acre Block of UNIMPROVED LAND, adjoining Winchmore Railway Station. Easy terms. Apply to 590 g CUFF & GRAHAM. To Let. TO LET—FOR CROPPING, PADDOCK for CROPPING near Town Belt. Apply T. R. Hodder & Co. 748 g TO BE LET. TWO Blocks of LAND near Rangitata, 320 and 680 acres respectively. Either block may be let, and a purchasing clause may be introduced in either lease, but not in both. Further particulars can be had by applying to W, GAVIN, Di’aper, 7560 Ashburton.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 90, 22 April 1880
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