Auctions. SATURDAY, 25th APRIL. 2 SMALL HOMESTEADS, . I Situated at the Village Settlement, South Eakaia. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. R T, BULLOCK has received instruc'iong from Mr R. G. Quaife (in conjunction with Mr Charles Clark), on account of the owner leaving the colony, to Sell by Public Auction, at the Arcade, Ashburton, on the above date— Two Allotments, As follows, viz , No. J, containing 5 ACRES 3 ROODS 7 PERCHES, together with Dwellinghouso of 5 rooms, Dairy, Stable, etc., and other Buildings, formerly known and need as a Candle Factory, and si 1 uated about miles from the township. There is about 2 Acres planted as an orchard and the remainder divided into small paddocks laid down to grass, also plantation of pines round about the property, good No. 2, containing 3 ACRES 1 ROOD 26 PERCHES, adjoining the above with 2 roomed Cottage thereon and other Buildings, there is also a well on this properly. This offers a favorable opportunity to persona of small me ins desirous of procuring a comfortable homestead, intending purchasers are invited to inspect these properties and attend the sale. Terras at sale. Sale at 1 o’clock, i 4 560 T. POLLOCK, Auctioneer, > ASHBURTON RACING CLUB. MR T. BULLOCK has been instructed to Pell by Public Auction, at the Arcade, on SATURDAY, 18. h APRIL, ■ The following Privileges In connection with the Autumn Meeting, Loti —Publican’s Booth No. 1 Lot 2 —Publican’s Booth No. 2 Lot3—Confectioner’s Booth Lot 4—Cards Lot s—Right of Sports Lot 6—Horse Yards Full particulars on application to the < Secretary (Mr S. Saun ’ers), or the auc- i tioneer. i Sale at 1 o’clock. T. BULLOCK, 4 535 Auctioneer
PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCES NT IMPORTANT SALE OF SUBURBAN AND OTHER PROPERTY, Being a portion of that well-known and VALUABLE ESTATE, GROVE FARM. MR T. BULLOCK (in conjunction j 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 Submban Building Allotments, fronting Carter’s terrace, Graham’s road and Grove street, and is known to contain some of the moat vMuabie Suburban i roperty that has ever been offered to the public in this district, and the locality is everything that can be desired, A large proportion of the frontages have a northern aspeet ; the Land is of first-class quality, and there are many magnificent Sites for Villa Residences. The road from the end of the bridge (Carter’s terrace) is now being fenced on both aides 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 persona 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 ta 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 as Grove Farm does. The Land is of the very beat 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 Tinwalcl. 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, 2 293 Auctioneer. Stock Sales. Kakaia Sales. WE beg to intimate to our clients that for the future the SALES of STOCK IMPLEMENTS and SUNDRIES will be held at the Rakaia the LAST THURSDAY in every month. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MER CANTILE AGENCY COMPANY 7 ICOB MATSON, COX & CO.
A. Harrison. Alfred Harrison, A UOTIONEER, STOCK & ESTATE A. AGENT. VSJEKLY SALE every SATURDAY, at 12 o'clock. Horses, Cows, Poultry, Pigs, and Merchandise. AGENT for THE NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. F OR SALE—Two-horsc power and intermediate combined, quite now. ALFRED HARRISON. \0 LET—Offices in Coleman’s Buildings. ALFRED HARRISON. FOR SALE—I Spring Cart, new ; 1 Spring Cart, in good order; 2 double furrow Ploughs, good. ALFRED HARRISON FOR SALE—Billiard Table, size threequarter, 12ft by 4|ft. Nearly new, in perfect order. Complete. ALFRED HARRISON
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1516, 17 April 1885
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1516, 17 April 1885
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