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b Alfred Harrison. i SATURDAY, JUNE 12TH. At 12 o’clock. UNDER,'BILL OF SALE. ) HORSES, IMPLEMENTS, H vRNESS, &c. ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions to sell by Public Auction, ' under bill of sale, i ON SATURDAY, JUNE 12 m, At bis Yards, 4 2 2 SUPERIOR DRAUGHT HORSES TIP CARTS DOUBLE FURROW PLOUGHS 4 2 2 3 1 1 1 6 WOOD’S REAPERS AND BINDERS MUORMICK DO SINGLE FURROW PLOUGH LARGE ROLLER SETS HARNESS For absolute sale. 3 1 1 1 6 Sale at 12 o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON, 929 g Auctioneer. TUESDAY, 15th JUNE. I o’clock. ALERED HARRISON has been favored with instructions from the trustee in the estate of George Parkin to Sell BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At his Rooms, on above date The assignor’s Interest in TOWN SECTIONS No. 414, 415, and 41G, Moore Street, with Workshop and Dwelling-house thereon Also, TOWN SECTION No. 338, Corner of Moore Street and William Street, with Three-Roomed Cottage and One-Roomcd Cottage | thereon. ! Also, 29 BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, cadi Quarter-acre, situated in Trevorton, and within Six Chains of South-east Town Belt. Also, 6 BLOCKS, each containing Two Acres, adjoining the above. Title—Land Transfer Act. The above extremely valuable properties offer an opportunity to investors and others very rarely met with, as they will he disposed of ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE. TUESDAY, 15th JUNE, Plans and full particulars may be had of the Auctioneer. ALFRED HARRISON, Auctioneer. CONTINUATION OF SALE. WEDNESDAY, 16th JUNE. 11 o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON under instruc- j turns as above, will sell, on the r premises of George Parkin, Moore Street, Ashburton, The whole of his j STOCK-IN-TRADE, MACHINERY, TIMBER, &c., Comprising—l Mathieson’s Morticing Machine, 1 General Joiner (by Furness, of Liverpool) with Saws, Tennoning, Morticing, and Plan- < ing appliances complete ; 1 50- „ inch Saw Bench, with Saws, Belt- < ing, etc., complete ; 1 4-horse Power, with Engine, Vertical Boiler, Pumps, and Tank, complete ; G Register Grates, 40 pair I Sashes, 1 ton Nails, assorted; Zinc, Glass, Locks, Hinges, and ] Ironmongery of all descriptions. Also, 6 Horses (Draught and Hacks) 1 Light Spring Trap and Harness, 1 Spring Dray, 1 Chaffcutter (by Bentall) &c., &c., &c. ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE. Sale at 31 o’clock sharp. WEDNESDAY, 16th JUNE. ALFRED HARRISON, 534 c Auctioneer. Jameson and Roberts. SATURDAY, JUNE 19. Messrs, jameson & Roberts have received instructions from the supervisors of Messrs. Wood Bros’ Estate TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the above date at MESSRS. ROBERT WILKIN & CO’S NEW ZEALAND WOOL STORES, Hereford street, Christchurch, At 12 o’clock sharp, That valuable FARM AT DROMORE, Known as WOOD’S FARM, situate within one mile of the Dromore railway station, and containing 1050 AORES> All fenced and laid off as follows : A Acres are sown with English Ot tt grasses, and divided into four paddocks. "I Q/lj Acres are ploughed, ready for J-O'j: cropping. 342 Acres are in tussock. 1050 The Homestead is all that is required. It consists of a comfortable cottage and storeroom, stabling for eight horses, iron granary, two wells with a never failing supply of good water, and a large concrete tank with a holding capacity of 25,000 gallons, iron tanks, windmill pump, &c., &c. The land is well fenced with sod banks, three wires and stakes, and planted with gorse, and it is divided into seven paddocks. The whole Farm is well situated, is in first-class order, and ready for immediate occupation, and promising a speedy return. The proposed County Council water race will run down one side of the property. An inspection is invited. Further particulars may be obtained from JAMESON & ROBERTS, Ashburton ; Or, ROBERT WILKIN & CO., 927 q Christchurch. Advertisements received for the GUARDIAN up to 9 p.m. at the scale charges, afterwards at double rates or insertion over the leader]

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 110, 8 June 1880

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