To Let and For Sale. ,d mO LET—Land for Cropping. Apply, I Max Fiuedlandhh, Ashburton. ' a >ino mO LET—A six roomed HOUSE and '• X Eight Acres of Land, well fenced, situated on East Town Belt. Apply to T. Bbankin. 3 453 , T7IOR SALE OR TO LET —ComfortJJ able DWELLING-HOUSE, con- ’ taining 5 rooms and scullery, with outj. buildings and well cultivated garden and fruit trees of choice value, situate on Trevor’s road. For full particulars, apPly t 0 J, W ARD & SON, . Arcade Chambers. Also For Sale—A Smith ORGAN, 9 slops, knee swell, and grand organ ; quite rmw. 4 34(5 Railway NoticesZEALAND RAILWAYS. SOUTH CANTERBURY RACES AT TIMA RU, April 16th and 17th, 1885. Saturday return tickets to Timaru will be issued at Christchurch, Oamaru and intermediate stations on the 15-h, 16th and 17th April, and will be available for return up to and including the 20th inst. .yaturday return tickets to Washdyke will also bo issued by the Pouth express from Christchurch, on the 16th and 171 April, at stations at which that train stops, and which will be available for return up to and including 20th inst. The South express will stop at Washdyke, if required, io a’low passengers to j jin a special train there for the racecourse platform, re booking at Washdyke, for the racecourse. Passengers from the racecourse platform for north Washdyke leave by special < train at 435 p m., and transfer at Washdyke into the 4 35 p.m. train from Timaru to Ashburton. J. P. MAXWELL, General Manager. General Manager’s Office, Wellington, April 9th, 1883. 4 531 Auctions. UNDER BILL OF SALE. SATURDAY. 18th APRIL, 12 o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at his Yards, g Draught HORSES COW J DRAY 2 Wood’s REAPERS and BINDERS Spring CART 2 D.F. PLOUGHS (Reid and Gray) Set Trap HARNESS Square Saddle and Britching, Horse Covers, Leading Harness, Collars, Blinkers, Tarpaulin, etc. Without Reserve. ALFRED HARRISON. 4 552 Auctioneer. I I ] h CLEARING SALE.
Enapuna. FRIDAY, 24th APRIL, 1885. Messrs matson, cox & 00. have received instructions from J. H. Twentyman, Eaq., to Sell by Public Auction, on the FARM, RUAPUNA, near Mayfield. OJT FRIDAY, 24th APRIL, 1885, At 12 o’clock sharp, 13 Draught Horses, staunch and good 2 Hacks 240 First-cross lambs, by Border Leicester Rams 100 Merinq^Ewes 130 Crossbred Lambs, by English Leicester Rams 100 Merino Wethers Broadcast Seed Sower 2 Drays, large quantity Harness—shaft, plough and leading 2 Double furrow Ploughs 1 Single ditto Roller, large quantity of sundries Berkshire Boar (Clarkson’s breed) Lot of Stubble Pigs 3 Cows and 3 Heifers, etc., etc. Blacksmith's Portable Forge 1 Horse Scoop 1 Set Grass Harrows Luncheon Provided. Terms at sale. MATSON, COX & CO., 4 52G Ashburton. Clearing Sale HORSES, CATTLE, PIGS, IMPLE-
MENTS, Etc., Etc. Messrs r. wilkin & Co. (in conjunction with Messrs Friedlander Bros.) are instructed by Mr James Heron, of Flemington, to Sell by Public Auction, At bis Farnj, ON THUR DAY, APRIL 23rd, All bis WORKING PLANT, Consisting of— IB 18 Draught HORDES (Mares and Geldings, first-class workers) Dairy COWS (in profit and to calve) 20 17 Head Mixed CATTLE PIGS Q D.F. PLOUGHS, by Reid and Gray DRAYS and FRAMES 2 Spring CART 2 3-Horse POWER 2 OHAFFC OTTER 2 REAPERS and BINDERS (McCormick, ttring and wire) 2 Cambridge ROLLER McSherry DRILL 2 Seta HARROWS 2 Set Trap HARNESS Quantity of Leading and Shaft HARNESS Also, LOTS OF SUNDRIES. Sale at 11.30 sharp. Luncheon provided. R. WILKIN A GO., 4 627 Auctioneers.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1515, 16 April 1885
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