Alfred Harrison. IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE. ALFORD FOREST HOTEL. THURSDAY, 2 8th JULY, 1881. 11.30 o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON, favored with instructions from Mr John Tisch, will sell by Public Auction at the Alford Forest Hotel, 1 Bay Draught Gelding, “ Nuggett,” 5 years 1 do do. “ Jack,” 5 do 1 Bay Mare, “ Julia,” 7 years 1 Bay Gelding, “ Darby,” aged 1 Chestnut Gelding, “ Hunter,” 6 years 1 Grey Arab Mare, “ Swiftsure,” 6 years , 1 Bay Mare, Foal at foot, 7 years 1 Chestnut Mare do, aged 1 Thoroughbred Mare, Foal at foot, aged 1 Brown Mare, “ Sweetlip,” 4 years 1 Bay Colt, by “ Tribune,” rising 2 years 1 Yearling Filly, by “ Admiral ” 1 do Colt, by “ Tribune ” 120 Long-wool Hoggets, mixed sexes A number of Fat and Store Cattle 2 Two-horse Drays 1 Tip Dray 2 Sets Double Buggy Harness 2 Hew Riding Saddles 2 Sets Trolly Wheels and Trolly Harness, Timber, 200 Sacks, and Sundries Luncheon provided. ALFRED HARRISON, 304 c Auctioneer.
Joseph. Ivess. SATURDAY, JULY 23, At 2 o’clock. SALE OE THREE & FOUR-ROOMED COTTAGES & SECTION. Situate on the North Town Belt.—To Artisans, Mechanics, Speculators, and others. JOSEPH IYESS has received instructions to sell by Auction, at his sale rooms, on Saturday next, at 2 o’clock. The equity of redemption in two threeroomed and one four-roomed cottages, situate on the North Town Belt, together with half-au-acro of land. The Auctioneer would direct the special attention of persons who are now paying rent to the sale, as the very easy terms on which this property will be sold will be an inducement to persons to acquire a freehold of their own, instead of paying a high rental to others.
Terms very liberal.—Declared at sale. Immediately after the above, a quarter acre section in Mr J. Walsh’* paddock will be offered. JOSEPH IVESS, 307 c Auctioneer. SATURDAY NEXT, JULY 23. At Twelve o’clock. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Sic. JOSEPH IVESS will offer for Sale by Auction, at his rooms, on SATURDAY NEXT, At 12 o’clock noon, A quantity of HODSEHOLD FURNITURE, Consisting of— Walnut Oheffonier, Colonial Sofa, Bedroom Chairs, Oval Table, Kitchen Table, 3 Bronze Penders, 2 Japanned Footbaths, Clock, Double Iron and Wooden Bedsteads, Ladies’ Rocking Chairs, Hairseated Chairs, Perambulators, &c. &c. JOSEPH IYESS, 306 c Auctioneer. WEDNESDAY NEXT, At 12 o’clock sharp. THE PLANTING SEASON. JOSEPH IYESS has received instructions to sell by Public Auction, at his Mart, on Wednesday next, at 12 o’clock sharp, 100 Fruit Trees, consisting of Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries and Peaches 100 Gooseberry Trees Ornamental Trees Roses, English Hollys 4,000 Quicks And a large variety of other Plants No reserve. —Terms cash. JOSEPH IVESS, 305 c Auctioneer. Barristers, Solicitors, &c. W. F. Wilding, Barrister, solicitor, and NOTARY PUBLIC. Attendance at Ashburton every ■ Friday. OFFICE; NEXT THE MAIL OFFICE, BURNETT STREET. 117 c Branson & Purnell, jgARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS EAST STREET. 46a C. W. Ireland, ARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, Saunders’ Buildings, Ashburton. 8a THE TENDER of Mr William Leggett has been ACCEPTED. 304 c EDMUND P. COFFEY, M.A. THE PLOUGHING MATCH, also the DINNER and BALL are POSTPONED to TUESDAY, 2flth July, in consequence of the wet weather. GEO. JAMESON, 303 c Secretary. HAVING Purchased the Book Debts in the Estate of H. Moffat, Miller, Wakanui, from the Trustee, I hereby give notice that all ACCOUNTS not paid by the 4th AUGUST proximo will be sued for ißthout further notice. WM. TOWNSHEND. Ashburton, July 20, 1881. 302 c Ashburton borough school COMMITTEE. The COMPULSORY CLAUSES of the Education Act have been Adopted by the Ashburton School Committee, and the parents of children are cautioned that they will be ENFORCED without further notice. By order of the Committee. J. WARD, 303 c Secretary.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 402, 22 July 1881
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