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Quill and Co. Special Sale. To-Morrow, THURSDAY NEXT, JANUARY 20th, 1881. QUILL <fc CO. have received instructions from the agent for the trustee in the Public Estate, to sell by Public Auction, at their Yards and Rooms, on Thursday next, the 20th inst., at 12 o’clock noon, the following effects of the deceased Michael Caughey—--4 Thoroughly Staunch Draft A HORSES Cart Saddle and Breechin Cart Collar, Cart Hames Plough, Backhands, Plough Straps Plough Blinkers, Stretcher and Chains Plough Chains, Swingle-trees Horse Covers, Grey Blankets, Bridle. Also, From Mr. T. W. Quaife — IMagnificient Dark Bay Draught Horse, thoroughly staunch and quiet, Double-Furrow Plough (nearly new). Also, Stock-in-Trade of a Dealer, _ removed for convenience of sale, viz.— Gorse Knives, Long Handle four-prong Forks, Copper and Brass Spitoons, Dust Shovels, Slop Pans, Electroplate Cruet Stands, Cut Glass Cruets 18in. Tin Bakers, 12in. do., lOin. do. Food-Warmer, Hot Water Jug, with cover. Toast Rack No. 4 Churns, Picks Blacklead Brushes, Kerosene Lamps Wood Buckets, Galv. Iron do. Whitewash Brushes, Kettles Mirror, 20 x IC, with tray and drawers Sheep Shears, Ward and Payne’s, 38 Forks and Knives Bread Knife, Butter do. Curtain Rings, Meat Skewers Bedroom Lamp, Oil Feeders Tape Lines, Feeding Bottle Thermometer, Clothes Brushes Nutmeg Grater, Pepper Box Iron Spoons, Ebony Rulers Parrot Cage, Bellows Knife Board, Broom Handles Butter Cooler, Claw Hammers Glass Paper Papier Mache Cruet Stand, with two cruets Etc., Etc., Etc. The whole of the above goods will be sold absolutely without reserve. Sale at 12 o’clock sharp. QUILL AND CO., Auctioneers. To STATION-HOLDERS, LANDED PROPRIETORS, FARMERS, CATTLE DEALERS, AND THE • RESIDENTS IN ASHBURTON AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. Messrs. Quill & Co., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, LAND, & ESTATE AGENTS SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, Ashburton, BEG to announce to station-holders, landed proprietors, farmers, cattledealers, and residents in Ashburton and the surrounding districts, that they have COMMENCED BUSINESS in the above line ; and, from their long experience in the various departments, feel assured that all commissions entrusted to them will be conducted satisfactorily to their patrons. Sales will be held as required, at the Salerooms and Yards in Ashburton, or any part of the district. They will also hold a Regular Sale of STOCK, LAND, FARM PRODUCE, FURNITURE, and GENERAL MERCHANDISE, at their Rooms, every Saturday, particulars of which will be duly advertised. The interest and the support of sellers and buyers are respectfully solicited. Cash Advances made on all classes of Goods placed in their hands for sale. For particulars of Sales please see advertisements. QUILL’S GRAND CONSULTA- , TION, No. 1, ON THE DUNEDIN CUP, To be Run in February, 1881. 1000 Subscribers at 10s. each. Tickets to obtained at all tho Hotels.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 246, 19 January 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 246, 19 January 1881

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