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Public Notices. FOUND a Lady's Ulster. —Apply '•Mail "Office. 146 ASHBURTON FARMERS' U(£ OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, Limited. AN adjourned. General Meeting of Members of the above Association, and those who wish to become so, will be held at the Orange Hall on BATUKDAY, the 12th January, at 3 p.m. By order, W. B. MOSS, 1 $48 Seoretary pro Urn. ASHBURTON COUNTY OOUNOIL. DOG COLLARS FOR 1889. DOO COLLARS oan now be obtained from Mr O. B. Cooper, Mount Somers, Mr G. H. Alington, Methven, Bfr 0. Tucker, South Rakala, the Water Rangers, Messrs 0. Morrison and W. Ortighead, and at the County Oounoil Offices, Ashburton. Price of collars :— For dogs kept solely for the purpose of the management of live stook, 7s 61 eaob. For ail other dogs, 10i each. By order, F. MAINWARING, Clerk. Ashbarton, January 9, 1889. 1*49 In Bankruptcy. IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District Court of Ashburton (being a Local Court of Bank* ruptcy), holden at Ashburton. In the matter of " The Bankruptcy Aot, 1883," and the Acts amending the same. "VTOTIOE is hereby given that Robvbt J^l Emus, of Asbborton, late butcher, oow out of business, has this day been adjudicated a bankrupt, and tbat the first meeting of Creditors will be held In the District Courthouse, Ashbarton, on MONDAY, January 14tb, 1889, at 11,30 o'olook m the forenoon. Dated this Bth day of January, 1889. J. 0 BELL, Depnty Official Assignee. E. G. Cbisp, Solicitor for the debtor. 1*45 Auotions GENUINE CLEARING SALE Of Magnificent Farm of 412 Aores at Wakanul, 240 Acres first-class Crop ; Also Live and Dead Stock of the best description. D THOMAS has reoetved Instructions . from the Executors of the late S. MoLeary to Sell by Public Auction on tbe Farm, Beach Fond, Wakanul, on THURBDAY, 17th JANUARY, 1889, At 12 o'olook. 1st — All that paroel of land, containing 412 aores (more or less) so favor* ably known as the Property of tbe la'e Mr Samuel MoLeaiy, 2nd— l7o Aores of Growing Wheat and 70 Acres of Oats ; first-class orops. 3rd— l he whole of tbe Live and Dead Stock upon the Property consisting of 9 really good Draught Horses, firtt-class workers, 2 2 year old Fillies and Trap Horse, 4 Milking Cows, 5 fat Bullocks, 4 young Cattle, 6 Pigs, McOormlck Wire and Bnokeye String Binders, D. and S.F. Piouahs, 2 Drays, Tip Cart, Trap and Harness, Wooden Roller Harrows, Dlso Harrows, Drill, Quantity of Harness, Mowing Maohlne. Grass Stripper, -Large slzad Chaff Cutter, Quantity of Saoks, Grindstone, Portable Forge and Anvil. 2 Saddles and Bridles, Carpenter's and Blaoksmlths Tools and Sundries too numerous to particularize. Also—Furniture. Notb. — A large portion of this F*rmls reckoned the beat Land In the celebrated Wakwnl Dlstrlot, has always been carefully wo:ked, and bas produced some of the heaviest yields In the provloos, and the Auotloneer would point to the crops now growing upon It as an evldenoe of Its great fertility. Luncheon Provided, D. THOMAB, I*4 • Ashburton. THURSDAY, 17th JANUARY, 1889. BILE OF VALUABLE WAKANUI LANDS. D THOMAS has reoetved Instructions , from David Wjison, Esq , (In consequence of his contemplated visit to Europe) to sell by Public Auction at the late Sam MoLbart's Homestead, Wakanul, on THURSDAY, 17th JANUARY, 1889. The following valuable Blooks of Land, v'z :— lst. The Homestead Block containing 134 aores land (more or lew), and being R.S. 17765, 17756, 15228 and 19941, taken as a whole one of the prettiest Properties In the Ashburton County. The Improvements are first class, consisting of a very nloe W.B. Cottage good Garden and splendid Plantations, Stables, Sheep Yards, etc. The Fences are good, tbe Land Is Al, there Is plenty of water, and the sitnation h porfeot. 2nd, 143 aores of superior Land, being R.B. 17271, 19939, 23042, and part of 20353. This land Is well fenoed, m good order, and bas permanent water upon It. Sale immediately after the late Mr S. MoLeary 'a Freehold, A olearlug aale of LIVE and DEAD STOCK, FURNITURE and SUNDRIES, will be held soon after the sale of the Land, due notice of whloh will be given. Luncheon Provided, "Sale at 12 o'olook. D. THOMAS, Ashburton. The Auotioneer knows both of these Blooks of Land well, and oan say witb every confidence, that for fertility they lira' hard to beat, For oc islnesi and oom- ., the Homestead Blook ii not exoalled a In tfcf Aihouetou gonnty, Ifg

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2032, 9 January 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2032, 9 January 1889