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Robert Wilkin and Co. THURSDAY, 19th MAY. BONA FIDE Clearing Sale, AT THE TIN WALD YARDS. Messrs Robert wilkin & co. (in conjunction with Messrs Jameson and Roberts, Ashburton,) have been instructed by Mr Joseph Clark, of Longbeach, to hold a CLEARING SALE OF HORSES, STOCK, & IMPLEMENTS, AT THE TINWALD SALEYARDS, SOUTH ASHBURTON, ON THURSDAY, iqth MAY. Mr Clark having completed the work of laying down the whole of his Farm with English grasses, and consequently having no further use for them, has decided to dispose of all the Farm Stock, which he has been so careful in collecting for some years past. The lets will be sold on their merits, and WITHOUT RESERVE.

They comprise— OA DRAUGHT MARES & GELD- "" INGS 0 MILCH COWS HEAD OF MIXED CATTLE 0Q FAT BACON PIGS STORE PIGS PURE LINCOLN EWES 50 PURE LINCOLN EWE LAMBS 200 FAT WETHERS LOT OF STORE SHEEP £ REAPERS AND BINDERS 5 DRAYS LIGHT FARM WAGON | WAGONETTE 2 ROLLERS J HORSE RAKE TWO-FURROW PLOUGHS 5 SINGLE-FURROW PLOUGHS HARNESS for 20 Horses COMBINE AND ELYATOR &c., &c., &c. The Horses are very good ; they have been carefully selected, and comprise imported Tasmanian Blares (in foal to good Horses), young Geldings, Ac. They have been in regular work, and are well known throughout the district as most useful, Staunch Farm Horses The Harness, implements, &c., have been well taken care of, and are in good order and repair The Sheep are very good—the Lincolns especially being well worth the attention of persons wanting Ewes for a stud dock. Sale to commence at 12 o’clock. Luncheon provided. ROBERT WILKIN & CO., Auctioneers. JAMESON & ROBERTS, 779 a A shburton. MONDAY, MAY 23. IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE OF Farm Stock, &c. Messrs r. wilkin & co. have received instructions from Mr T. Bullock (in consequence of having leased his farm) to sell by public auction at THE GRANGE, Situated about Two Miles Fkom the Township of Ashburton, The whole of his FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, ETC., As follows, viz.:— 70 Head of CATTLE 70 Comprising Milch Cows, Springing Heifers, 2-year-old Steers, and young Stock. 15 HORS Comprising Draughts, Horses, and Hacks. E S Light 15 Harness 1,000 8 H E E p 1,000 Viz. —Breeding Ewes, Wethers and Lambs. 70 p 1 G 8 70 IMPLEMENTS— McSherry Drill Kerr Broadcast Sower, with cannister and chain harrows complete Deering Reaper and Binder Osborne Reaper and Binder Wood Reaper and Binder Samuelson’s Self Delivery Reaper Chaff-Cutter Two Drays Tip Cart Two double-furrow Ploughs One single-furrow Plough Iron Roller Iron and Chain Harrows Stack of Oats Also, quantity of Threshed Oats Quantity of Sawn Timber, morticed for sheep and cattle yards ; also, gate for do. A number of Hurdles, Harness, Tools, Sundries, etc,, etc. Sale at 11.30 o’clock. Terms Liberal at Sale. R. WILKIN & CO., 776 a Auctioneers. WANTED KNOWN—That Miss Yerrall is now showing her Winter Stock of Millinery, Drapery Ac. Stay and Corset Manufacturer. Dressmaking done on Premises, Colombo street, opposite Cookhara House. 630 a

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 342, 12 May 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 342, 12 May 1881