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WANTED— Tenders for stooklng and forking 1000 acres Grain orop In one oontrsct, also tenders for the cutting and harvesting of 1100 aores Grain crop In blocks to suit eontraotors, also tenders for stooklrg and forking 400 acres Grain orop. Tenders to be In by SATURDAY 12th. Tenders to be left at " Mail " office. Apply to WILLIAM SUTHERLAND, I°3l . Greenstreet. * TENDERS.' " nPENDERS are Invited for Harvesting J_ the Wheat and Oat Crops on the Lagmhor Eitste. Tenders to cloie on the 11th inst. For particulars apply to DONALD McLEAN, 1+32 Lagmhor. WANTED— Tenders for cutting about 50 sores more or less of rushes In two lota. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. — Apply J, R. Williams, 1 22 Rlversdale, Tlnwald. CAUTION. HAMPSTEAD TOWN DISTRICT. NOTICE is hereby given that Will'am street, Netherby, from North Belt to Princes street is CLOSED during formation till further notice. PETER FAWOETT, Chairman, Hampatead Town Board. January 4tb, 1889 1*23 Auctions CLEARING SALE OF WAKANUI LANDS. LIVE AND DEAD STOCK AND FURNITURE. D THOMAS has reoelved Instructions , from David Wilson, Esq., (In oonseqaenoe of his contemplated visit to Eur ope) To sell by Publlo Auction at the Homestead, Wakanul, on FRIDAY, 18th JANUARY, 1889. The following valuable Blooks of Lsnd, . v'b :— lst. The Homestead Blook containing 134 sores land (more or le B |). and being R.S. 1765376, 15228 and 15941, taken as a whole one of the prettiest Properties m the Ashburton County. Tbe Improvements are first olsss, consist* Ing of a very nloe W.B. Cottage with Verandah, good Garden and splendid Plantations, Stables, Sheep Yards, eta The Fenoes are good, the Land Is Al, there Is plenty of water, and the situation l» perfect. , 2nd* 143 acres of superior Land, being R.S. 17271, 19939, 23042, and part of 20353. This land Is well fenced, m good order, and bas permanent water upon It. After tbe ftale of Lsnd, the whole of tbe LIVE and DEAD STOCK, FURNITURE and SUNDRIES, will be submitted to Publlo Competition. Luncheon Provided. ■ Sale at 12 o'clock. D. THOMAS, Ashbnrton. The Auotloneer knows both of these Blooks of Lsnd well, and can ssy with every confidence, that for fertility they are bard to beat. For or zlness and comfort, the Homestead Blook is not excelled In the Ashbnrton Ooonty. I+3

GENUINE CLEARING SALE Of Magnificent Farm of 412 Aorea at Wakanul, 240 Aores first-class Crop ; Also Live and Dead Stock of the best description. T"V THOMAS has reoelved Instructions _!_/. from the Executors of the late S. MoLeary to Sell by Public Auotlon on the Farm, Beach Boad, Wakanul, on THURSDAY, 17th JANUARY, 1889, At 12 o'clock. Ist— All that paroel of land, containing 412 aorea (more or less) so favor* ably known as the Property of the late Mr Samuel MoLeary. 2nd— l7o Aores of Growing Wheat and 70 Acres of Oats ; first-class crops. 3rd— The whole of the Live and Dead Stock npon the Property consisting of 9 really good Draught Horses, first-cUes workets, 2 2 year old Fillies and Trap Horse, 4 Milking Cows, 5 fat Bullocks, 4 young Cattle, 6 Pigs, McOormlck Wire and Buckeye String Binders, D. and S.F. Ploughs, 2 Drays, Tip Cart, Trap and Harness, Wooden Roller Harrows, Disc Barrows, Drill, Qaantity of Harness, Mowing Maohlne. Grass Stripper, Large slz^d Chaff Cutter, Quantity of Sacks, Grindstone, Portable Forge and Anvil. 2 Saddles and Bridles, Carpenter a and Blacksmiths Tools and Sundries too numerous to particularise. Also— Furniture. Not*. — A large portion of thb Farm is reokoaed the beit Lsnd m the celebrated Wakwul District, has always been carefully wosked, and has produced some of the heaviest yields m the province, and tbe Auctioneer would point totheorops now growing upon it as an evidence of Its great fertility. Luncheon Provided. D.THOMAS, l»t Ashburton,.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2029, 5 January 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2029, 5 January 1889

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