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Public Notices: BURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL. Notice is hereby given that Havelock street west, between the North-west Town Belt and Grigs: street, will be CLOSED for Wheel Traffic during formation. FOOKS & SO v, Borough Engineers Borough Engineers’ Office, April 8, 1885. A 512 DISTBICT OF MOUNT SOMERS AND LONGBBACH. I, John C. N. Grigg, Returning Officer, for the district of Mount Somers and Longbiach, for the purpose of Electing ONE SYNODSMAN for the said district, do hereby appoint TUESDAY, April 21st, 1885, at Tinwald Schoolroom, at 4 o’clock p. m , as the time and place of meeting for the purpose of receiving nominations if no i such nominations have been delivered to me or left at Tinwald Schoolroom, before 4 o’clock p.m. on Tuesday, the2lst day of April, 18'5. jpHN C. N. GRIGG, Returning Officer, 4 513 J • Longbeach, Auctions. #UNDER BILL OP SALE. / f Without Reserve. UESDAY, 14 th APRIL, 2 o’clock. /a LFRED HARRISON has received / 1\ instructions to Sell by Public Auction at his Rooms, a lot of Valuable Furniture Comprising Suites in Satin, Damask, Cretonne and Leather Chests Diawers, three Chiffoniers One Book Case, one Dining Table Loo and Ovd Tables P, of W. Bedsteads Washing Machine Chairs, etc , etc. ALFRED HARRISON, 4 500 Auctioneer. UNDER BILL OF SALE. EXTENSIVE AND Important Sale. ALFORD FOREST HOTEL. WEDNESDAY, 15th tPRIL, 12 o’clock sharp, ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions to sell by public auction, on the Premises, Alford Forest ! Hotel, THE ENTIRE PuANT, Furniture, Beds and Bedding, Linen, Fittings, Stock, etc, etc. Absolutely without reserve. Every line 1 must be cleared. j Please come hungry. ALFRED HARRISON, 4 510 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, APRIL 11th, SPECIAL ENTRY. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr Wm. Nicholas (in consequence of his giving - ' up farming snd contracting), to sell by Public Auction at the Arcade, on the above date, the whole of his Horses, Plant, Etc, Black Draught HORSE, Prince Grey Draught HOSE, B ob J Grey Draught HORSE, Britain 1 Black MARE, Gipsy Good Farm DRAYS * 1 PLOUGH, double or treble, by Henry and Finlay Woods REAPER and BINDER, the 1 new iron frame Set 6-lesfed HARROWS | £ Sets HARNESS 1 Empty SACKS, SUNDRIES, etc. I Sale at 1 o’clock. i T. BULLOCK, 4 499 Auctioneer, PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT IMPORTANT SALE OF SUBURBAN AND OTHER PROPERTY, Being a portion of that well-known and VALUABLE ESTATE, GROVE FARM. MR T. BULLOCK (in conjunction with Messrs Friedlander Bros.), has received instructions from Robert Wilkin, Esq., to offer by Public Auction, at the Arcade, on an early date, A portion of that well-know Property Grove Farm, which is now being divided into Suburban Building Allotments, fronting Carter’s terrace, Graham’s road and Grove street, and Is known to contain some of the most valuable Suburban Property that has over been offered to tho public in this district, and the locality is everything that can be desired. A large proportion of the frontages have a northern aspect ; the Land is of first-class quality, and there are many imgn'fioent Sites for Villa Residences. The road from the end of the bridge (Carter’s terrace) is now being fenced on both sides ’ to the Boundary road leading to the main thoroughfare to Longbeach. There are also laid off a number of small holdings, facing Graham’s road, which will be found very suitable for paddocks for persons sending their stock to the County Saleyards, or wishing to procure a small farm near town. Now that the Traffic Bridge is about to be erected, it will be found to be very convenient for persons having their business in Ashburton, and desirous of residing in the country, as it is close to the town; but the river being between, affords the same advantage as if they were living some distance away. SPECIAL NOTE. It is doubtful if there is a property in New Zealand offering the same advantages 1 as Grove Farm does. The Land is of the very best quality, and the position could not be improved, lying as it does about midway between the important town of Ashburton and the rising township of Tinwald. At each of these places convenient Saleyards have been erected, and the large attendance at the weekly markets proves that the settlers in the neighborhood are fully alive to the advantages which these markets offer. Intending purchasers are respectfully invited to inspect the several lots to be offered previous to the sale. T. BULLOCK, 2 283 Auctioneer.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1508, 8 April 1885

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1508, 8 April 1885