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Jameson and Roberts. TMs Day, TUESDAY, 29th JUNE. IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE AT Wood’s Farm,. DROMORE. „ Messrs, jameson & Roberts (in conjunction with Messrs. Robert Wilkin and Co.) are instructed by the Trustees of Wood Bros’, estate, to sell by auction, without reserve, on the Farm, at Dromore, on TUESDAY, 29TH JUNE. All the Stock and Implements, consisting of—--15 useful Draught Horses Drays, Tip-carts, and Frames Ploughs, Harrows Reapers and Binders Mower and Reaper Grass Stripper Broadcast Sower Cambridge Rollers Rakes, Forks Pig Troughs, Grindstones Lot of Harness Horse Covers Tarpaulins, Tools, Tunics Potatoes, Carrots, Mangolds 50 Fowls 6t Merino Ewes 4 Fat Pigs Chaff-cutter, Horse-power &c., itcc., Ac. Sale to commence at 11 o’clock sharp. Luncheon provided. A Train leaves Ashburton at 9.30 a. m. for Dromore station, which is only half a mile from the farm JAMESON & ROBERTS. ROBERT WILKIN & CO., 9G9g Auctioneers. Alfred Harrison. SATURDAY, JULY 3. 12 o’clock. HARRISON has received instructions from Messrs. Saunders Bros. t<s Sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, at his Yards on above date, the following valuable stock and plant;— 7 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 DRAUGHT HORSES (GOOD) YEARLING HACK CAMBRIDGE ROLLERS D.-F. PLOUGHS S.-F. PLOUGHS SETS HARROWS CHAFF CUTTER DRAYS SPRING CART (nearly new) 7 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 And a quantity ef Harness and Sundries. Without reserve. Sale at 12 o’clock sharp. ' ALFRED HARRISON, 996 g Auctioneer. K. F. Gray. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD TOWN SECTIONS, IN THE TOWN OF TEMUKA ON TUESDAY, JULY 6th, 1880. KF. GRAY has been favored with , instructions from W. Grant,_Esq., to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At his Salerooms, Temuka, on the above date, ALL THAT VALUABLE BLOCK OF LAND, being part of Rural Section 2417, containing by admeasurement 30 acres (more or less), having a frontage on the Main South road, joining the north side of Temuka, and fronting on the Main Line of Railway. The whole of the above block of land has been surveyed and cut up into Quarter and Half-acre Business and Building Sites, and conveniently sized Sections for Market Gardens and Villa Residences, and will be sold upon the following unexceptionably favorable terms, viz.: 25 per cent. Cash 25 per cent, in Twelve Months 50 per cent, in Three Years, Bearing Interest at 8 per cent, per annum. Lithographed Plans of the above may be seen at Temuka, Timaru, Point, Winchester, Geraldine, and Ashburton. ‘ Sale at 1 o’clock sharp. K. F. GRAY, Auctioneer. The Auctioneer desires to draw the attention of capitalists and others to the above Important Sale, as the terms are so liberal that those possessed of limited means may become owners of Valuable Freehold Sections on the most easy terms ever offered to the public as the land is very rich, and well adapted for nurseries or gardens. 945 g Lost. LOST, between Waterton and Ashburton, a Lady’s ULSTER. The finder will be rewarded by leaving it at Quill’s Hotel. 952 a • Wanted. WANTED KNOWN—That O. Hawkins, the Tinwald Bootmaker, has REMOVED to premises Opposite the Tinwald Post Office, where he is still open to Sell first-class Boots and Shoes at his usual Cheap Rates. AH kinds of Boots Made and Repaired. 806g—417c

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 119, 29 June 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 119, 29 June 1880