Auctions Saturday, februahy 23* d. Sections 91 a-d 92 near the Railway Station, Tinwald. MR T. BULLOCK has received instruetiots to Hell by Publio Auction at the Arcale on the above date,— Section 92, containing \ acrp, situated at the oorner of Agn r s and MoMurdo streets, Tinwald, and Soction 91, containing \ acre, adjoining. These Sections are will situated, not far from the Railway (Station, Terms at Sale. Pale at 12.15. T, BULLOOK, $61 Auctioneer. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23bd. Valuable suburban property near Mr Sealy'j nursery fronting the Main South Road. MR T. BULLOOK has reoelved Instructions to sell by pnbllo Auotlon at the A road c on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23bd, Lots 199, 200, 211, 212, eaoh oontslning 1 acre having the frontages on Maloolm and Thompson Streets, Tinwald, well situated between Mrs Carter's residence and Me Sealy's nursery. The land is of first olaes quality. Very desirahle site far a private residence. Will be sold on liberal terms of payment. Inspection Invited. Sale at 12,15. ~ BULLOOK, 2§40 Auctioneer.
In tbe matter of the Land Transfer Acts
MR T, BULLOOK has reoslved instructions from the Registrar of he Supreme Court. Canterbury Distriot, upon tbe application of the first Mortgagees to sell by Publlo Auotlon at the Arcade, Ashburton, on
SATURDAY, the 23rd day of FEBRUARY, 1889, At 12 o'clock noon, THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES IN THE TOWNSHIP OF TINWALD.
LOT 1. Section No. 82, Containing one rood, situated *»t the Oorner of Archibald and Johnston streets, on whloh is ereoted a Wheelwright's shop and a Blacksmith's shop. LOT 2. Section No. 83, Containing one rood, cheated at the Oorner of Johnston and MoMurdo streets, on whloh Is ereoted a substantial Four-roomed Cottage. This Is a fine opportunity for a man wishing to start a small business ai the property will be sold oheap. For fall particulars, Apply to T. BULLOCK Auctioneer.
Or to Mibsbs GARRIOK, OOWLISHAW and FISHER, Chrlitohurob, Solicitors for the Mortg»gees PnMic Notices. Williamson and H. Preece, TAILORS AND HABIT MAKERS (Late ot London and Birmingham., LIVERY & MILITARY UNIFORMB. LADIES 1 HABIT 3 AND JACKETS Made In all the Latest Styles. EAST "STBEET, Next to Oonrthonie, ASHBURTON, And at 62 Oolorhbo Street, Ohrlstohurch. 12 138
WANTED KNOWN THAT OWING TO THE IMMENSE STOCK OP DEAPEEY CLOTHING AND BOOTS To be cheoked, I will not be able to begin the GREAT SALE of MESSRS J. ORR & CO/8 STOCK UNTIL Saturday, March 2. TREMENDOUS BARGAINS N « EVERY DEPARTMENT. ANDREW ORB
WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT I HAVE been appointed AGENT FOR ASHBURTON for this very high quality Cement JOEST Gr. KESTELL. » 11 — — — — WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT has been tested by Mr Derbridge, who gives the following report :—■ Lyttelton, 26th January, 1888. I have tested the sample of Cement delivered to me on Friday, 18th inst , with the following result ; —
1 962 1 940 rOCqiba per brlquett. Thta I consider a goad test, but had It been cooler i think the result would have been better, as the Cement sets too quiokly m this very hot dry weather. (9gd) S* Bkrbbidqs, Inepeotor of Works for Harbor Board, Lyttelton.
The above gives an average test of 410lbs per square inoh. Knight, Sevan, and Btvrges teßt gave an average of 3401bs per square inoh. It will be seen by the above that the Auokland Cement retains its position as being vollt equal If not su?B|tio* to the Best Brand of Imported Cement, - Money kept m New Zealand, benefits us all. In the large works m and near Christ* lohuroh this Cement is being used, JOHN GiIESTELL, « A9BNT, ABHBUBTOH,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2070, 22 February 1889
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