W. G. J. Bluett and Co
MR. W. G. J. BLUETT, favored with instructions from Mr. Robert Anderson, who is relinquishing his Dairying for the purpese of shoop-farming, will offer b y PUBLIC AUCTION, AT THE FARM, BROOKLAND, FORD’S ROAD, WATERTON, NEAR TINWALD AND WINSLOW, ON MO & DAY, 19TH JULY, 1880. AT ELEVEN O’CLOCK SHARP, To the minute, THE WHOLE OF HIS LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, LOT OF HARNESS, LEADING, SHAFT, AND PLOUGH, DAIRY UTENSILS, TWO DOUBLE CfIEESE-PRESSES, YATS, TUBS, CUTTERS, &c., Also, (On account of Mr. Wm. Anderson), CiK FAT STEERS and £>£ AO HEIFERS (prime quality) AO IKA PRIME FAT CROSS- f AwU BRED WETHERS LUU FAT BACON PIGS 6 COLTS and FILLIES a Rising 3 years by Prince Royal and Rob Roy. 500 BUSHELS barley 500 3000 G 3000 OATS The Auctioneer wishes to draw the attention of persons requiring REALLY GOOD COWS to this Sale. The Messrs. Anderson have long been famous for their Dairy Stock, both in the Ellesmere and Ashburton districts. In fact, the quality of their COWS AND DRAUGHT STOCK is UNSURPASSED, and therefore requires no puffing. Luncheon Provided. On account of the large number of lots, The Sale Will COMMENCE at 11 O’CLOCK SHARP. Terms at Bale. W. G. J. BLUETT, Auctioneer, Leeston and Southbridge. Conveyances will meet the first train from North and South to convey buyers to the farm. 22a Edffiiston, Gundry, and Co. Property Sales. MESSRS. EDMISTON, GUNDRY, & Co. will hold PROPERTY SALES EVERY ALTERNATE SATURDAY, At their AUCTION ROOMS, EAST STREET. The Sales for Month will take place on SATURDAY, 24th JULY, Persons desirous of entering Properties for these Sales will please send particulars to EDMISTON, GUNDRY, & Co., Auctioneers. Sale at 1 o’clock. 120
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 127, 17 July 1880
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