r Public Notices. NOTICE TO SHEARERS. CIRODMSTANOES make It advisable : to commence shearing at Heketrre on 10th December, Instead of 27 h as previously advertised. Mesopotamia to follow. 11 160 H. T. WINTER. i^ASH T>UYERS WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, eto. W*ofed .Immediately—looo Sacka Grass Seed. 11 169 J. QUANE AND 00. ON and after the Ist DECEMBER my price for Bread will be 71 pur 4 b Loaf. 3£l per 2ib Lo*f, 11t163 Wm. BRYANT. BKtfAI). BREAD. ON and after the Ist December our prloe for Bread will be 7 D par 4'b LOAF ASHBURTON BREAD COMPANY. O. GRUBB, 11°152 Manager. NOTICE TO FARMERS. WITH reference to certain advertisements by the Local and General Agents of the McCormick Beaper and Binder desirous of monopolising the sale of their Extras, I have much pleasure m stating that I have as complete a Stock of Extraß and Fittings for ihe McCormick Machine as are necessary, and that they are as Genuine as the others, and will be sold at Lowest Possible Prices. 11*.68 HENRY ZANDER. NOTICE. "VT OTICE is hereby given that all Cropa, J^j Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Imp'ementg and other Property now m, about, or upon the Farm occupied by Alexander Tumjer of Ashbnrton Forks, Farmer, have been seized this day under Bill of Sale, aud Mortgage of Stock and Agricultural Lion given by the said Alexander Turner to the Mercantile Finanoe Company, Limited, of Christchurch. A. M. PEARSON, Bailiff for the said Oompany. Ashburton, 30;h November, 1888. 11 161 CANTAT A " UNDER THE PALMS " WILL BE BEPBATED THIS EVENING ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCE ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCE ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIGNOE PRINCIPALS ENCORED PRINCIPALS ENCORED PRINCIPALS ENCORED Everybody should see the decorations Everybody should sco the decorations Everybody should see the decorations Prices to suit everybody. Froat Seats, Is. Back, 6d. 11 162 Auctions SATURDAY/DECEMBER 15th. 498 AOEEI~? INBS 498 MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to Sell by Publio Auction at the Arcade on trie above date, i 498 Acres, being R.S. 27572, cituated about 3 miles from the Hinds Rail w»y Station, all fenced and divided into four 1 paddocks, and watered with a county water race, Will be sold at a low prloe and on liberal terms. Very suitable for a farmer owning heavy lands. Sale at 12 15. T. BULLOCK, 11*164 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15th. 600 acres at Lismore. 600 MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions t> sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on the above date, on account and by Crder of the Mortgages, — 500 acres near the L'amore Scbol, Rangitata District, being K.S'B. 27646, 7, 8, and t and 27795 The property is ring fenced and watered with a County water race. There is a House and Stable ereoked on the farm. It will be sold at a great loss to the Mortgages, and en exceptionally liberal terms, full particulars of which can b*> obtained on application. Sale at 12.15 o'olook. T. BULLOOK. 11*165 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15th. ■ An IMPROVED FARM at Lowcliffe. MR T, BULLOOK has received instruot'ions from Mb Robertson to Sell ' by Publio Auction at tbe Arcade oa ! SATURDAY, 15th DECEMBER, i His Improved Farm of 179 ACRES, i 1 ROOD, 25 PERO'HEP, being Block YHI» part of Lowcliffe 1 Estate. i The Property is divided into 5 Paddocks 1 36 Acres m Wheat, 22 Acroa m Oats, and s 14 Acres In Tunrps, the remainder laid 8 down m English grasses, well watered, 1 with a never failing stream. There is a I Dwellingboose of 4 Booma erected on the ' Farm. Farmers and others desirous of t purchasing are invited to inepeot this. Terms of payment liberal. ,' Full particulars can be obtained of the 1 Auctioneer. r Sale at 12.15 o'olook. \\\%m Ti PWAOCK, AUQtiQQQcr.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2001, 30 November 1888
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