J. T. Ford and Co. JT. FORD & CO. have received in- , s tract ion a from the Trustees in the late Sir J. C. Wilson’s estate, to Sell by Public Auction, at TINWALD, ON THURSDAY, JANUARY sth, 1882, The following VALUABLE DRAUGHT HORSES, HARNESS HORSES, HACKS, WORKING BULLOCKS, AND Farming Plant, Belonging to the Rangitata Station, and removed to Tinwald for convenience of Sale. 1
The Auctioneers beg to call the attention of Farmers, Contractors, and others to this IMPORTANT SALE, Which comprises—--7 First-class Draught Mares and Geldings ££ Draught Mares with Foals at foot fjj Hackney Mares with Foals at foot Useful Stallion Hacks Pair of Carriage Ponies (have been constantly driven together) Thoroughbred Stallion (“ Nobleman ”) Team of eight Working Bullocks, with Dray, Yokes, Sown and Chains complete J Six-horse Wagon 2 Drays with frames 0 Tip Carts, with frames Grass Seed Stripper 2 Deering Twine Binders 2 McCormick Wire Binders 2 Tilters, by Reid and Gray 0 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 2Smjth’s Broad-cast Seed Sowers, with Chain Harrows attached 20 Sets of Harness and Swingletrees 2 Express Wagon Double Set of Harness &C., &C., &c.
The Draught Horses have beea 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, 400 d Ashburton. TUESDAY, JAN. 10, 1882. AT THE SPREAD EAGLE HOTEL TO CONTRACTORS, FARMERS, AND OTHERS. EXTENSIVE Clearing Sale CONSISTING OF
HORSES, CATTLE, FARM IMPLEMENTS, BUGGIES, &0., &c. Messrs j. t. ford & co. are favored with instructions from various owners to hold a LARGE CLEARING SALE, At the Spread Eagle Hotel, ON TUESDAY, ioth J\NUARY, Consisting of—--10 8 25 38 First-class Draught Geldings and Mares Yearlings and Two-year Olds Head Fat Cattle Head 18-months Heifers and Steers Reid and Gray 3-Horse Dray, with frame (nearly new) Kidd 3-Horse Dray (nearly new) 1 Three-furrow Plough, by Reid and Gray 2 Sets Shaft Harness 0 Sets Plough and Leading Harness English-made Carriage (almost new) Double-seated Buggy (almost new) Quantity of Firewood Posts and Rails And a lot of other things too numerous to mention.
EXTRA ENTRIES Will be received by MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS., Ashburton. J. T. FORD & 00., 439 d Auctioneers
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 525, 4 January 1882
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 525, 4 January 1882
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