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Auctions CLEARING SILK OF WAKANU] LANDS. LIVE AND DFAD STOOK AND FURNITURE. D THOMAS has received instruction! . from Datid Wilson, Ksq , (In oonaeqaeoca of hii oontc-mplated visit to Europe), To sell by Pabllo Aaotlon at the Homestead, Wakanul, on FRIDAY, 18th JANUARY, 1889. The following valuable Blocks of L»od, v z : — Ist. The Homestead Block containing 134 sores Und (more or les|). and b»lng R.S. 1765376, 15228 and 19941, taken *■ a whole one of tho prettiest Properties m theAehbun.n Count*. The la provementa are firtt oWss, consist* log of a very nloa W.B. Cottage with Verandah, good Garden and splendid Plantations, Stables, Sheep Yards, etc. The Fences jiro good, the Land Is Al, there Is plenty of water, and the situation l» perfect. 2nd, 143 aores of superior Land, being R.S . 17271, 19939, 23043, and part of 20353. This land Is well fenced, In good order, and has permanent water upon It. . After the bale of Land, the whole of the LIVE and DEAD STOCK, FURSITURE and SUNDRIES, will be lob* j mltted to Publlo Competition. Lunoheon Provided. Sale at 12 o'olook. D. THOMAS, Ashburton. Tbe Auctioneer knows both of these Blooki of L»nd well, and o»n fay with every confidence, that for fertility they are hard to beat. For «• zlnesi and ownfort, the Homestead Block is not exoelied In the Ashbnrtun Ooonty. It 3 GENUINE CLEARING SALE Of MagnlPcant Farm of 412 Aores at Wakanuf, 240 Aores first-class^Jrop ; AUo Live and Dead Stook of the best deiorlptlon, D THOMAS has reoelved Instructions , from the Executors of tho late S. MoLeary to Sell by Pabllo Auction on the Farm, Beach Road, Wakanul, on THURSDAY, 17th JANUARY, 1889, At 12 o'olook. ltt — All that paroel of land, containing 412 sores (more or less) to favor* ably known as the Property of tbe late Mr Samuel MoLeary. 2nd— l7o Acres of Growing Wheat and 70 Aorea of Oats ; first-class eropi. 3rd— The whole of the Live and Dead Stook upon the Property consisting of 9 really good Draught Horses, firtt-olass workets, 2 2 year old Fillies and Trap Hone, 4 Milking Oowi, 5 fat Bullooks, 4 young Cattle. 6 Pigs, McOormlok Wire and Bnckeye String Binders, D. and S.F. Ploughs, 2 Drays, Tip O«rt« Trap and Harness, Wooden Roller Harrows, Dlso Harrows, Drill, Quantity of Harness, Mowing Machine, Grais Stripper, Large s<B)d Ohaff Cotter, Quantity of Saoks, Grindstone, Portable Forge and Anvil. 2 Saddles and Bridles, Carpenter a and Blacksmiths Tools and Sundries too numerous to particularize. Also— Furniture. Not*.— A large portion of this Farm Is reckoned the best Land m the celebrated Waktnui District, has always boen carefolly woiked, and has produosd some of the heaviest yields In the provlnoa, and the Auotloneer would point to the orops now growing upon It as an evldenoe of Us great fertility. Lunoheon Provided, "~l>. THOMAB, I*4 - Ashburton; Friadlmdar Bros. ] jpriedlander Bros. HAVE FOR SALE— Section 830, Cox Street Seetton 487, with good 6 roomed Home and out-house thereon; good garden. Terns liberal. ; Skin Salss.« ;W£ HOLD FOBTNIGHTLY SALES. SKINS. THROUGHOUT THE SEABON. Wool. Wool. Wool. Sbabov, 1888-89, We are prepared to mike LIBERAL OABH ADVANCES OX* THB ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL Placed m our hands for sale. Oar Premises being well lighted afford special advantages for displaying WOOL. ■No Commission charged on advanoes, and no Commission oharged for offering WOOL unless a *tle Is effected,. WOOL~PACKB. AT LOWEST CURRENT RATES. FRIEDLANDER BROS; PETER WILLIAMS, Anotloneor. SALES OF HOBSES, PIGS, CATTLE, I PRODUCE, & FURNITURE SATURDAYS. STOCK SALES. Off TUESDAYS. RAKAIA MONTHLY SALE-First THURSDAY of the month. FRIEDLANDER BROS., PETER WILLIAMS, Auctioneer* i r I

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2026, 2 January 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2026, 2 January 1889

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