Public Notices. FOUND a Lady's Ulster. —Apply •« Mail " Cffi :e. 1 46 YYTANTRD t0 «n» eot £2500 on good YV Freehold St curlt> at G_ per cent ', interest. Apply to I*2o FBIEDLANDBtt BROS. RUNNING m my Paddock at Ash burton Foiks a Bay Mare, branded It on near Bhoui^er. Owner can have same by paying expenses to. * A. TURFEB, 1*63 Ashburtou Forks. NEW ZS ALAND RAILWAYS. GRAIN STORE SITES AT RAKAIA. fj'E-SDER'S are invited for leasing two 1 Sites for Grain Stores la the Station yard at Rakaia. Plans and conditions may be seen at the Station Mast si's cfihe, R«kaia, where tenders are to be lodged before 5 p.m on FRIDAY, 18th January, 1889. The highest or any teoder not necessarily acoepted. By order. Railway Engineers Ofiice, Ohrletobarob, 7th January, 1889. 1 42
GREAT OHEAP CLEARING SALE OF Oummer .Drapery, MILLINERY, . MANTLES, PRINTS, MUSLINS, DRESS GOODS, etc, KEGABDLESB OF COST. Oommence on Saturday, 12th January. Oome early for the Bargains, at S.W. ALCORN & CO.' 3 ' E&sr STREET. 1 62
Auctions TO-MORROW. fcPECIAL ENTRY. On account of a Southern Olient, — IQIG m good order. Horse and Carness. Sale at 1 o'clock I*6o T. BULLOOK, Auotioneer. SATURDAY, 19th JANUARY, HORSES FOB HABVEST WOBK. SPECIAL ENTRY. On account of Mr Jambs Moßbidb, Green Valley, Palmerston South, — -1 A Draught MARES and GELD. -| A IU INGS, 4 and 6 years old, j_\) broken to all kinds of har neBS. Sale at 1 o'clock. l|til T. BULLOOK, Auctioneer. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26th. Rural Land situated m tbe Ashburton Forkp. MB T.- BULLOCK has received instructions from Mb R, M. Morten to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on HflS AD OTA d&tfi R S.'a 6503] 6504, 6505, 6506, 6507, originally containing 20 Acres each, all situated m the Ashburton Forks. These tactions were a very early selection, and some of them suitable for grazing purposes. Will be sold on very liberal terms. Sale at 12 15. ~""t. BULLOOK, 1J66 Auctioneer. """"SATURDAY, JANUARY 26tb. By order of the Pablio Trustee. Town Seotion 229, Havelock Street, with buildings thereon, known as the , Salvation Army Barraoks, and Town Sections 312, 313, 315. MR T. BULLOOK has reoelved Instructions from the Publio Trustee to sell by Public Auction, at tbe Arcade, on SATURDAY, 26 h January, a nnmber of Town Properties In the estate of the late Gxobob Hoopbb, as follows, vig : — T.S. 229, containing £ aore, having a frontage of 66 feet on Havelook Street, on whioh Is ereoted commodious buildings, now known as the Salvation Army Barraoks. Tbera Is alao a large galvanised Iron building at the baok T.S. 'a 312, 313, 315, eioh oontaining £ acre, Havelook Street East, unimproved. The terms of payment for the Salvation Army Barracks are very liberal, vis. , 25 per cent cash ; the balance of purohase money may remain secured on mortgage for 3 or 5 years at 7 per oent. Fall partioalars oan / be obtained of the Auctioneer. Sale aU2 15. ~. BULLOOK, 1*67 Anotloneer. THURSDAY, 17th JANUARY, 1889. SALE OF VALUABLE WAKANUI LANDS. D THOMAS has reoelved Instructions , from David Wiison, Esq , (In consequence of his contemplated visit to Europe) to sell by Pnblio Aaotlon at the late Sam MoLkary's Homestead, Wakanui, on THURSDAY, 17th JANUARY, 1889. The following valuable Blooks of Land, vlj?:— lst. The Homestead Block oontaining 134 aores land (more or less), and being R.S. 17755, 17756, 16228 and 1G941, taken aa a whole . one of the prettiest Proper Ilea In the Ashburton Oounty. The Improvements are first class, oon* slstlng of a very nice W.B. Cottage good Garden and splendid Plantations, Stables, Sheep Yards', eto. The Fences are good, the Land Is Al, there Is plenty of water, and the situation Is perfeot. 2nd, 143 acres of superior Land, being R.S. 17271, 19939, 23042, and part of 20353. This land la well f enoed, ln good order, and has permanent water upon It. Sale Immediately after tbe late Mr B. MoLeary'a Freehold, ■ A clearing sale of LIVE and DEAD STOOK, FURNITURE and SUNDRIES, will be held soon after the sale of the Land,dae notioe of whioh will be given. Lpnoheoo Provided,. Sale at 12 o'olook. D.THOMAS, Aahburtpn. The Auotioneer knows botn of these Blocks of Land well, and esq say with ■ eyery o^nfidonce, tbat for fertility tbey ' are hard to beat. Foy oozlness and oom- 1 fort the Homestead Blook 1| not excelled •lv the AibbattQu C«u,uty, ' \*,§
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2034, 11 January 1889
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