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4 JT; FORS «fe 00. have received in- , ..structionafrorn the Trusteeaki the Iqte Sir J. O. Wilson's estate, to Sell by PdblicAuction,«t ; . T I N W A L D, ;X <-'■'/ • ON THURSDAY, JANUARY STH, 1882, , ’ ; • Tjj e following DRAUGHT HORSES, ‘V- L HARNESS HORSES, HACKS, ’ WORKING BULLOCKS, :-> . v AND "Perming Plant, to, tbe Rangitata Station, and . Removed to Tinwald for con- . J ’ ' venience of Sale. j:iiv, r ■ The Auctioneers beg to call the attentibri of Tartners, Contractors, and others to this' .

IMPORTANT SALE, ,'i . Which comprises— , W First-cWs Draught Mares and .ii-.JLil# -(Jeldings g Draught Mares with Foals at foot ft* Hackney Mares with Foals at foot -i&i ■»>i ‘iv -*'. i? ■. 111,1 • r :':" i ji Useful Stallion Hacks LsJ Pair of Carriage Ponies .(have been c - - constantly driven, together) po man ”) - H-i ' . | : ■ E Team of eight Working Bullocks, with —Dray, Yokes,; Bown and Chains :-! •?, 'complete J Sixrhqrae ;Wagon , f i Drays with frames J Griuu Seed Stripper a; --- r*i 2 Deering Twine Binders 2 McCormick Wire Binders 2 Tillers, by Reid and Gray - g D.F. Ploughs, by Reid and Gray Barrowman Ploughs Sets Tine Harrows 2 Sets Tripod Harrows 1 Eight-horse Power Threshing Machine, with Plant complete. Cambridge and Wood Rollers

2 Smith’s Broad-cast Seed Sowers, with Chain Harrows attached 20 1 Sets of Harness and Swingletrees Express Wagon 2 Double Set of Harness &C. , &C., &c. The Draught Horses have been carefully selected and put together regardless of cost, and will be found staunch, sound, and. in thorough working order. The Implements are now in use and in thorough repair; and in consequence of the farms on the Hinds river being disposed of, the whole of the Stock and Plant will be sold •, WITHOUT RESERVE. !•,. J. T. FORD & CO., Auctioneers. FRIEDLANDER BROS., Agents, 396 d Ashburton. TO STOCK OWNERS, FARMERS, AND OTHERS, IK THE POUNTY OF ASHBURTON. We beg to announce that we have COMMENCED BUSINESS AX , .ASHBURTON, - as AUCTIONEERS & COMMERCIAL AGENTS, FOX the Sale ;0f STATION,Si FARMS, LIVE AND DEAD . : STOCK,: PRODUCE, &c. ; - We; : have arranged with Mes Feiedlandkr Bros, to receive entri t,,to. make arrangements for sales in the Ashburton District. OUT Our experience in all classes of. Fax* ll .ajndStation Properties, Stock,- Produce, and our intimate knowledge of the jnn«(Tlrafa in the chief, centres of New ISeaktnd, combined with * the . close . aoquaintance with the requirements of the district of Messrs Bros., who will carry jout the arrangements for sales, is ■ guarantee that the business entrusted to. onr care will be well and promptly attended to.

J. T. Ford and Co., AUCTIONEERS, Christchurch, Timaru, and Ashburton. TT7TTH reference to the above, our W name is a sufficient guarantee that any business entrusted to our nare will receive every possible attention. ■VTEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS.; CANTERBURY INTERIOR MAIN i LINE (Oxford-Malvern Section.) WEST OXFORD CONTRACT. FORMATION, PERM AMENT WAY, AND BRIDGES. WRITTEN TENDERS will be received at this Office until noon of TUESDAY, the 3rd January, 1882, for the above Contract. They are to bo marked on the outside, “Tender for West Oxford Con- ; traot,” and addressed to the Hon. the ‘ Minister for Public Works, Dunedin. 'Telegraphic tenders, similarly addressed ;ahd marked, will be received if presented ' at', any Telegraph Office by noon of the • date, provided that written tenders lodged at any District or Resident office by the same hour. ' Drawings, specifications, and general condttiOßß may be seen at this Office, and at Dunedin, 3rd Dec,, 1881. 304 d FRIBDLANDER BROS. i , Merchants. May 23, 1881. 880 a Tenders. Y. R vvjsUimrton, and Uhristcharcb. The lowest not necessarily accepted. ' ' By comftta»<L W>ST BLAIR, ; i

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 514, 21 December 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 514, 21 December 1881

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