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Ildmiston, Gundry & Co. This Day. SATURDAY, sth JUNE. 700 ACRES OF TURNIP LAND, To be let for one crop IN BLOCKS OF 40 TO 200 ACRES AT LAGMOHR, Miles from Railway Station. Messrs, edmistdn, gundry & Co. have received instructions from D. McLean, Esq., to LET BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At their Rooms, East Street, Ashburton, on SATURDAY, JUNE sth. 700 ACRES OS* TURNIP LAND, In Blocks of 40 to 200 Acres. Situate on the Lagmohr Estate, being the best Agricultural Land in Canterbury, To produce 70 Bushels to the Acre. We would particularly draw the attention of those persons now on the look out for land for cropping to this Sale, the quality of the land being the very best, with a market close at hand for their produce, and a railway running through the Estate. TERMS—RENT PAYABLE Ist MARCH, 1881. Plans with full particulars can be obtained at the offices of the undersigned. Sale at 2 o’clock. EDMISTON, GUNDRY & CO., 906 g Auctioneers. R. Davies & Co. CLEARING SALE. WITHOUT RESERVE. R DAVIES & CO. have received' • instructions from Mrs, Dannihy, Seafield, to sell the following STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c., At the Homestead, ON WEDNESDAY, THE 9th INST. 2 Draught Mares 4 Draught Geldings 1 Hack 2 Cows 3 Yearlings 2 Pigs 2 Drays 2 Ploughs 3 Reapers and Binders 1 Seed Sower 1 Roller 1 Set Harrow^ 12 Sets of Dray and Plough Harness 1 Chaff Cutter and Intermediate And a lot of Sundries Sale at 1 p.m. Luncheon Provided. R. DAVIES & CO. Auctioneers, &c., 911 g Rakaia. Acland, Campbell, and Co. GREAT CLEARING SALE AT WESTERFIELD STATION. Messrs, acland, Campbell & CO., have received instructions from C. J. Hawdon, Esq., to sell BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON FRIDAY, JUNE i ith, A large Number of Really Good FARM HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, FARM IMPLEMENTS, &c. 0 GOOD WAGON HORSES gg MARES and GELDINGS 1 12 10 81 67 CART ENTIRE . (good worker) YOUNG DRAUGHT HORSES HACKS AND LIGHT HARNESS HORSES DAIRY COWS 6 33 i 12 10 81 67 YOUNG CATTLE (Progeny of above) 120 PUKE LINCOLN SHEEP The best of the late Mr. C. Reed’s celebrated flock. The wool from these sheep took first prize at the Sydney Exhibition. 9 PRIME BACON PIGS Q (Fattened off on meal). Queen of the South PORTABLE FLOUR - MILL AND CRUSHER (New), Two-horse Power. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. ONE SIX - HORSE WAGON, In excellent order. ONE FOUR - HORSE Do. Do. FOWLS, GEESE, TURKEYS, &c., &c. Everything in first-rate condition. Terms Liberal. Luncheon provided. Sale commences at 12 o’clock. A train will leave Ashburton for Westevfield on the arrival of the Christchurch express, and Westerfield for Ashburton in time to catch the 5.35 p.m. express for Christchurch. : The Auctioneers can with confidence recommend gentlemen in want of firstclass horses, cattle, sheep, or implements, to avail themselves of this opportunity, as the lots to be offered are all first-class of their kind. The culls from the live stock have been already disposed of. The implements are as good as can be desired, and are by celebrated makers, are suitable to the country, and in good repair. ACLAND, CAMPBELL & CO., Auctioneers, 9140 Christchurch and Ashburton

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 109, 5 June 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 109, 5 June 1880