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J. L. Wilson. UNDER BILL OF SALE. CHERTSEY. MR. J. L. WILSON has received instructions to sell on TUESDAY, THE 2 jTH INSTANT, On the farm lately occupied by Mr. R. Kirkpatrick, close to the Chertsey railway Station, removed for convenience of sale, At 12 o’clock. Without Reserve. 2 BAY MARE 2 BLACK do. 2 DARK BAY do. 2 GREY HORSE T BAY do. » » WHITE do. BAY do. COW IMPLEMENTS. 2 Triple-Furrow PLOUGH 2 Double do. do. 2 DRILL 2 Hand DRILL 2 Broadcast SOWER 2 Set 3-horse HARROWS 2 do. 2-horse do. 2 Wood’s REAPERS and BINDERS rj Sets of HARNESS 2 do. of DRAY do. 2 DRAYS SUNDRIES 869 g J. L. WILSON, Auctioneer. J. E. Buchanan and Co. TUESDAY, JUNE ist. IMPORTANT SALE OF BUILDING ALLOTMENTS. 38 LpTS 38 NEAR NORTH TOWN BELT. TO PURCHASERS OF SUBURBAN SECTIONS. Messrs, j. e. buchanan & co, have received instructions from the freeholders to sell by Public Auction gg BUILDING ALLOTMENTS gg These Sections have been just laid out, and present a capital opportunity for investment. They are situated close to the Northeast Town Belt, with a frontage on the Wakanui Road, and continuation of the North-west Town Belt. SALE ON TUESDAY, JUNE 1. For further particulars see Handbills. J. E. BUCHANAN & CO., 874 a Auctioneers. Business Notices. O-J A AAA TO LEND, in sums to suit borrowers, at lowest rate of interest. £ P. P. O’Reilly, Solicitor, Ashburton. 424c-835g NEW ZEALAND TRUST AND LOAN COMPANY (LIMITED). I CAPITAL £1,000,000. SUMS OF £BOO *> £20,000 READY TO BE ADVANCED UPON FREEHOLD SECURITIES. Information can be obtained upon appli cation to J. C. M'DOWALL, Manager, 578 a Hereford street, Christchurch. MONEY. £SO £SOO AND £IOOO. These sums are ready for immediate investment, on approved Freehold securities at current rates. Apply to THOMAS & BRUGES, Solicitors, 13c CHRISTCHURCH. LAND. LAND. M ESSRS. POYNTZ & CO. have received instructions to OFFER FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, AN UNIMPROVED FARM of 400 Acres, in one or two lots. The land is of fair quality and situated within four miles of a Railway] Station" on the main' line 1970 REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF BREAD. EDWARD TAYLOR has reduced the Price of his best Bread to 50. Cash at shop, and if delivered by cart, 5 Ad. EDWARD TAYLOR, Saunders’ Buildings, 119 a ASHBURTON.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 103, 22 May 1880

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