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T. .Bullock. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9. VALUABLE Town Sections, To bo Let on Lease for a term of 42 years -fc/rR T. BULLOCK has received iniVl atructions from the Executors oi the late W. B. Rhodes to offer by Public Auction, sit his Rooms, East street, Ashburton, on Thursday, February 9, THE LEASE FOR 42 YEARS or |2 Early Selected & "Very Valuable TOWN SECTIONS, Some of which are situated in the CENTRE OF THE TOWN, As follows : 609 and 510—Next to the Post Office, each having 1 chain frontage on Wills street 514—Adjoining Mr Cookson’s, and fronting Wills street 455 and 466—Burnett street, opposite Boiiough Council Chambers 496 Fronting Cameron street 497 Corner of Cass and Cameron streets, and next to Mr Butler’s Ho|;el 421—Corner of Tancred and William streets 433—Tancred street, next the Borough Reserve 452—Burnett street, next the Borough Council offices 636—Corner of Burnett and Park streets 342—Kermode street. For full particulars, apply to the Undersigned. T. BULLOCK, 595 d Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 4th FEBRUARY. SMALL FARM FIRST-CLASS LAND TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION MR Tl BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr John Keir (in consequence of his leaving the district) to Sell by Public Auction at his Rooms, East street, on Fre 38 Saturday, 4th February, his VALUABLE ehold Farm, OP ACRES 38 Being R.IS. 20385. situated about Similes from the -town of Ashburton, and close to the Elgiri School. This was a very early selection, and the land is first-class. It is all fenced, subdivided into three paddocks, and laid down in English grass, excepting 14 acres. There is a comfortable cottage erected on the property ; also stable, etc. Terms liberal at sale. Sale at 2 o’clock. T. BULLOCK, Auctioneer. Persons desirous of procuring a small freehold would do well to inspect this property previous to the sale. UC T. Bullock, TIONEER, ESTATE AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, EAST STREET, ?AND AT THE BAZAAR, BURNETT STREET, Ashburton. F O R S E A flecond-hand String and Wire REAPER and BINDER, by Walter A. Wood. I T. BULLOCK. F OR; SALE, Cheap, a capital American Buggy. T. BULLOCK. P'° R SALE, CHEAP. A Buckeye MOWING MACHINE, uitabl 5 lor cutting grass or grain. T. BULLOCK. M freeho alsn,L O N E L2,C00 TO LEND, in one sum, on in sums to su d security, at lowest current rates; ,000 on first-class freehold security, borrowers. T. BULLOCK. TO LET. —Stable and Loose-boxes opposite the County Saleyards. Also, Dwelling-house, together with paddock, lately in the occupation of Mr Peter Good, j These stables being situated close to the! Saleyards affords a good opening for a person to take in horses to bait. The loose-boxes are suitable for entire horses during the season. Apply at once. : T. BULLOCK. FOR SALE.—HaIf-acre Section facing the North Town Belt. Good site for private residence. ! T. BULLOCK F O R S E. Five or Ten Acres GRASS LAND, together with a Dwelling-House of 6 Rooms, situated about one mile from the Town Belt North. T. BULLOCK. T O E HOUSE in Tancred street, now in occupation of Mr L. Friedlander. Immediate possession can be given. Apply to T. BULLOCK. F O R S £ Lot 37, half-acre, Hampstead, part of R.S. 7767. T. BULLOCK. T 0 FARMERS FOR SALE. A Second-hand McCORMICK WIRE REAPER & BINDER. T. BULLOCK. W. E. BoyleF O R S ALE ASHBURTON TOWN SECTIONS. IN HAVELOCK STREET. No. 482 „ 486 (corner) 471 No, IN CAMERON STREET. 489 691 692 702 IN WILLS STREET, No. 723 ~ 724 (corner) Ipply to W. R. BOYLE, Id General Agent.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 546, 28 January 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 546, 28 January 1882

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