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Public Moiiicoa WAKANUI ROAD BOARD, "VTOTIO3 is horoby yiven that the iS BridK'-s ttj the W.sluuoi Road District arts UNH^FiiJ for Traction Kuglnea and oth r hnnvy WeL;htß. By order, 0. E. FOOKS & SON, D:atrct burvojorp. January 12th, 1889. 1t73 PHOTOGRAPHERS, 218 High Slrae . *~tr7& Christcharoh. BEAPEK AND BINDEK TRIAL. TUESDAY Ni-XT, 16th JANUARY. \ TRIAL of the "New Brantford" IX f Binder will be hold In Mr J. G. Oox'a Farm, Rioenourae Road, on above date, All other M&chlneß invltei. J. QUANE & CO., 1*74 Agonta. Auctions. GENUINE CLEARING SALE Of MagnlPoant Farm of 412 Acres at Wakaoul, 240 Aorea first-closa Crop ; Albo Live and Dead Stock of the beet description. D THOMAS has received instructlooß , from the Exeoutors of the late 8. MoLeary to Sell by Public Auction on the Farm, Beach Foad, "Wakanu!, on THURSDAY, 17ih JANCARY, 1889 • At 12 o'clock. let — All that parcel of land, containing 412 Bores (more or lose) co favorably known as the Propjrty of the la'e Mr Samuel McLea^y. 2nd— l7o Acres of Growing Wheat end 70 Aorea of Oata ; firot-clißa oro^s. 3rd— The whole of the live and Dead Stock upon tbe Property consisting of 9 really good Draught Horata, firet-oUeu workots, 2 2 year old Fillies and Trap Horse, 4/ Milk ing Cows, 5 fat Bullocks, 4 young Cattle, 6 Piga, McOormlck Wire and Baokeye String Binders, D. and S.F. P.ouahs, 2 Dray 8> Tip Cart, Trap and Harness, Wooden Roller Harrows, Dlbo Harrow*, Drill, Qaantity of Harness, Mowing / Machine, Graas Stripper, Large ■lied Chaff Cotter, Quantity of Sacks, Grindstone, Portable Forge and Anvil. 2 Saddles and Bridles, Oarpßnter a and Blacksmiths Tools and Sundries too numerous to particularize. Also — Furniture. Note. — A large portion of thla F*rm is reckoned the beat Land m the celebrated W»k9Dul District, baa alwaya been care, fally wo.ked, and baa prodnced some of the heaviest yields ia the provlco, and the Auctioneer would point to the crops now growing upon it aa »n evidence of its great fertility. Luncheon Provided. D. THOMAS, I*4 Aehburton. THURSDAY, 17m JANUARY, 1889. SALE OF VALUABLE WAKANUI LANDS. D THOMAS has received Inatrnotiorjs , from David Wiibon, Esq , (In. oomequenoo of his contemplated visit to Europe) to sell by ' Public Auction at the late Sam MoLeary's Homestead, Wakanul, on THURSDAY, 17th JANUARY, 1889. The following valuable Blocka of Land, viz:— lat. The Homestead Block containing 134 acres land (morn or leaa), and being R.S. 17755, 17756, 15228 aud 19941, taken as a whole one of the pcettieat Properties In tbe Aehburton County. The Improvements are first class, conelating of a very nice W.B. Cottage good Garden and splendid PianUtiona, Stables, Sheep Yards, etc The Fences are good, the Land is Al, there is plenty of water, and the situation Is perfeot. 2ndt I^3 acres of superior Land, being R.S. 17271, 19939, 23042, and part of 20353. This land ia well fenood, m good order, and bas permanent water, upon It. Sale Immediately after tbe late Mr S. MoLeary'a Freehold. A clearing bale of LIVE and DEAD STOCK, FURNITURE and SUNDRIES, will be held Boon after the sale of the Land, due notice of whloh will be given. Luncheon Provided, Sale »t 12 o'olook. D. THOMAS, Ashburton. Tbe Auctioneer knows both of theee Blocks of Land well, and can Bay with every confidence, that for fertility tbey are hard to beat. For otzlaess and oomfort the Homestead Block is not excelled In the Atfhburton Ccv >ty. I*3 A. Harrison. Alfred Harrison, AUCTIONEER, STOCK AND ESTATE AGENT AND VALUATOR. SATURDAY SALE at 12 o'olook sharp —Horses, Cattle, Pigs, Produoa »nd Merchandise. Farming Implements and Tehlolea of all kinds constantly m Yards on view FOR SALE. Clewing Hales held m town or Country as required, and most liberal terms arranged with both Buyers and Sellers. Rents eolleoted, and the Business of Absentees managed with care. Valuation made of Properties or Merchan. dlse on easy terms. Advances made Instantly on Goods delivered at the Store for Sale. FOR SALE— 2 McOormlck Reaping and Binding Maohines ; wire. One Sumuelaon Twine Binder. TO LET— Shops In Ooleman's Buildings. Reduced rents. Good brick buildings handsome shops. Agent for the Norwich Union. Fire Insurance Company. \\ ALFRED HARRISON.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2036, 14 January 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2036, 14 January 1889

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