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Bullock. SATURDAY, JULY 2ND, 1881. FRUIT Ti-’.KKS. FRUIT TKKFS. MR T. ItULLOOK. has received instructions to sell BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the above dale, ■£OQ FIRST-CLASS FRUIT TREES, Comprising-*-40 Plum Trees, 42 Apples, 10 Pears, and 10 Peach, with names attached, all of the best sorts, grafted from some of the best orchards in the Northern districts, and are blight proof. Also, About 1,000 Ornamental Trees, consisting of Lauristinus, Lawsoniana, Wellington!*, Macrocarp*. Sale at 2.30. ITbullook, 174 c Auctioneer.

BAZAAR. SATURDAY, 2ND JULY. IMPORTANT SALE * or Draught Horses, IMPLEMENTS, &o. Under Bill of Sale. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at the Bazaar, Burnett street, On the above date, 10 3 Draught Mares and Geldings Double-Furrow Ploughs McCormick Reaper and Binder Dray, Tip Cart, Spring Cart Chaffcutter and Horse-Power 400 Bushels (about) Oats Quantity of Harness, &c., &c. Sale at 1 o’clock. T. BULLOCK, 140 c Auctioneer.

Property Sale. MY next SALE of PROPERTIES will take place on SATURDAY, 9th July. ■ Persons wishing to offer any property at this sale will please communicate with the undersigned. T. BULLOCK

J-JAZAAR, BURNETT STREET. WEEKLY SALE OF HORSES EVERY SATURDAY, Commencing at 1 p.m. MONEY TO LEND, at a low rate of interest, in sums of £6O and upwards. Apply to T. BULLOCK. TO LET. —BOARDING HOUSE in East street, lately in the occupation of Mr 0. Truckle. Apply to T. BULLOCK mo PERSONS DESIROUS STARTING A OF BACON CURING FACTORY. FOR SALE CHEAP—--4 Sections on the South East Town Belt, containing 1 Acre. Capital site for Bacon Curing Establishment. Arrangements can be made for suitable buildings to be erected on the site. Purchasers will only be required to pay current rate of interest on the outlay. For further particulars, apply to T. BULLOCK

T. Bullock, UOTIONEER, ESTATE AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, EAST STREET, BAZAAR, BURNETT STREET, PROPERTIES FOR SALE and TO LET with a purchassing clause 66 Acres—a compact farm ; all fenced, well watered, and partly in English grass. Improvements consist of a comfortable e-roomed cottage, stable, stockyard, j etc., etc. Situated at Longbeach. 270 Acres, well cultivated, situated at Wakanui, about six miles from the town of Ashburton, all fenced and subdivided into seven paddocks, with live fences. • Improvements —seven-roomed house, seven-stalled stable, chaff-store, and other buildings. 220 Acres, all fenced, partly improved and well watered, Longbeach. Would make a capital dairy farm. 65 Acres, about 3 miles from the town of Ashburton ; fenced and cultivated. To be sold cheap. ICO Acres, near the above, and adjoining Mr. George Aston’s. Fenced and otherwise improved. 84 Acres, subdivided into four paddocks, well watered with a never failing stream. Capital dwelling-house of five rooms, coach-house, store, etc. Situated on Mr Hart’s Run, about eight miles from the township of Ashburton. This Is a very desirable residence. 162 Acres Freehold) A well cultivated farm, 24 Acres Leasehold j all fenced and subdivided with live, well kept fences. There are also two wells with a plentiful supply of water. The land is also broken up, part in crop, and part in English grass. Improvements consist of a well built comfortable six-roomed dwelling-house, also a four-stalled stable and granary capable of storing 2,000 bushel? of grain. 236 Acres, situated near Messrs Gould and Cameron’s, close to the Ashburton Forks railway. 50 Acres near Winslow, partly improved. 267 Acres about 1 mile from Hinds railway station, on Maronan run. 221 a Estate Agent AND AT THE Ashburton. FARMS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 384, 1 July 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 384, 1 July 1881

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