Lost, Found, &c. LOST —On the Pangitata Plains, Roan FILLY, branded P on neck, had shoes on hind feet when lost. Finder will be rewarded. Apply Oooksok’s E tables. 45 6 g— — numiiw—mi win ■ i will Auctions. SATURDAY, 25th APBIL. 2 SMALL HOMESTEADS, Situated at the Village Settlement, South Rakaia, FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. MR T. BULLOCK has received instruclions 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, Ashtu'ton, on the above date~ Two Allotments,
As follows, viz., No. 1, containing 5 ACRES 3 ROODS 7 PERCHES, together with Dwellinghouso of 5 rooms, Dairy, Stable, etc., and other Buildings, formerly known and used as a Candle Factory, and situated about miles from "the township. There is about 2 Acres planted as an orchard and the remainder divided into small paddocks lain down to grass, also plantation of pines round about the property, good well, etc. 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 p-operty. This offers a favorable opportunity to persons < f small mens desirous of procuring a comfortable homestead, intending purchasers are invited to inspect these properties and attend the sale. Terms at sale. Sale at 1 o’clock. 4 560 T. BULLOCK, Auctioneer. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. IMPORTANT SALE OF Pedigree Stock. / FRIDAY, Ist MAY, J : ' 12 o’clock. / * /LFRED HARRISON (in conjuncV tion with Mr F. Ferriman), in- . ucted by F. L. Bozenberg, Esq., will Jell by Public Auction, at his training tables, North-West Belt, Ashburton, The whole of hia valuable THOROUGHBREDS, rising 27 Head of Racing Stock, iarrisge and Saddle Hors.s, Brood Mares and Foals, etc. lie Auctioneer would call spec : al attention to this sale, as horses of a really Sijgh class will be offered. Several of the are already well-known to the public, and the young stock are particularly promising. The saddle and harness horses are quiet and thoroughly well broken. Full particulars and catalogues later. For absolute sale. Without reserve. 4 561 ALFRED HARRIS )N, Auctioneer. CLEARING SALE A* Buapuna. 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 os 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 Merino 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., 4 526 Ashburton. Clearing Sale, HORSES, CATTLE, PIGS, IMPLEMENTS, Etc., Et<?. Messrs r. wilkin & Co. (in conjunction with Messrs Friedlander Bros.) are instructed by Mr James Heron, of Flemington, to Sell by Public Auction, At his Fam\, ON THOR DAY, APRIL 23rd, All his WORKING PLANT, Consisting of— IO Draught HORSES (Mares and -■-O Geldings, first-class workers) 1 Q Dairy OOWS (in profit and to jLO pal vp 20 17 3 8 1 1 1 calve) Head Mixed CATTLE PIGS D.P. PLOUGHS, by Reidr and Gray DRAYS and FRAMES Spring CART 3-Horse POWER CHAFFC UTTER 2 REAPERS and BINDERS (%- Cormick, string and wire) Cambridge ROLLER McSherry DRILL 2 Sots HARROWS Set Trap HARNESS Quantity of Leading and Shaft HARNESS Also, LOTS OF SUNDRIES. Sale at 11.30 sharp. Luncheon provided. R. WILKIN is. CO., 4 527 Auctioneers.
Permanent link to this item
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1517, 18 April 1885
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1517, 18 April 1885
Using This Item
See our copyright guide for information on how you may use this title.