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I Public Xv'otice3 QTRAYED on to my land on the 21a* 1 _>, ab ni 200 sheep branded «• L" rrtihiti hnlf circle. Owner can have same by pylng ezp'ii-sos. JOHN STEPHENS, 3 134 Scottsden. JIT. H IL_ MONTBLY NURSE, Moorb Stbbet, Ashburton, Wishes it known tbat persona ooming to town for medical treatment oan bave private rooms at tbe above address. 2 62 TENDERS 11ENDER8 are invited for ploughing 6 Inohes by 12, harrowing, drilling aud rolling 600 aores stubble at Laur'aton; the whole to be completed by 30th April. Tenders received on or before SOch Ma-ob, addressed H. T. WINTER, N Z. Loan and Meroantile Agenoy Or., 3*130 Ohristoharoh. /"IHABLES nBADDELL EBTATE, HOUSE, L4ND AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. Licensed Land Broker, and Sworn Valuator under the " Land Transfer Act, 1885.' Agent for tho National Fire Insurance Company. Rents mid debts collected. Several Farms and Honses for Sale or to Let. Bornett Stbeet (opposite the Arcade.) 2*Bl <*mmmmm~———mmmmmmmmmmm—w^mmmm—w—mm—mmim t Auctions S-TDRDAY, MAROH 30th. Town Seotlon 682, by order of the Mortgagee. MR T. BULLOOK has reoelved in* atraotlons to sell by pablio Auotlon at tbe Arcade on the above date, on aaooont and by order of the Mortgagee : I Town Seotlon 682, oontalnlng £.ore, fronting Havelook Street, and near the Town Belt, East. First olais land for garden pu. poses. Sale at 12,15. T. BULLOOK, 3+93 Auotioneer. SATUBDJIY, MARCH 30th, Desirable Town Property For Sale. MB T, BULLOOK haß received instructions from tbo Owner to bell by Pablio Auotion at the Arcade on SATURDAY, MARCH 30th, Town Seotion 437, containing £>acre, fronting Tauored street, on which is erected a very comfortable Dwellioghoase of 6 Rooms,, with all conveniences. The grounds are tastefully laid out and planted. This property is well situated and will be sold on liberal terms. Full particulars oan be obtained on applloatlon. Sale at 12 o'olook. T. BULLOOK, 3t106 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, MARCH 80th. 317 Aoiea, 2 roods, 38 peicbes. Wokanni Survey District. In the Estate of the late Georqb Hoopbr. MR T. BULLOOK has received inotructlons from Mesbbh AoLAND and Babns, Agents for the Public Trustee, to Sell by Fublio Auction at the Aroade on SATURDAY, 30th March, At 12 o'clock, Noon. 317 acres, 2 roods, 38 perches, being part of R.S. 25229, situated io Blocks 3 aod 4 of the Wakanui Survey District, and now m the occupation, of Mr Pitt. Full particulars oan be obtained from the Auotioneer. Terms Liberal: ~"t. BULLOqK, 3868 Anottopeer. SATURDAY, APRIL 6th, Properties for sale by Order of the Mortgagees. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to Sell by Publio Auction at the Arcade -on the above date, on aocount and by Order of the Mortgagees, the following properties, viz , — The Mortgagees' interest m part of Borough Reserve, No. 774, East street, containing about 4 acre, fronting East street, on which is erected a substantially bnilt Shop and Dwellinghouse m brick, adjoining Mr Patching's property, and originally m tbe occupation of Messrs Andrewes Bros , the lease having 14 years to r~n. LOTS 11 and 12, each containing deposited plan 248, fronting the Alford Forest Road, opposite tbe Woollen Fuo ory, on which is erected a 4-roomed Cottage. LOIS 8 and 114, containing 1 rood 17 perches, deposited plans 309 and 641, Wellington street, Uataapstead, on wbioh is ereoted a Dwellinghouse of 4 rooms. LOT 138, \ aore, deposited plan 309, Wellington street, Hampatead, on which is ereoted a Dwellinghouse of 2 Rooms. LOT 202, deposited plan 235, between the Alfprd Forest Road and the river, originally containing 2 acres, 1 rood, 25 perches. A low prioe will be s ccepted for these properties and liberal terms. Full particulars on application. Sale at 12 o'olock. ! T, BULLOOK, 3J135 Auotioneer. ASHBURTON Ram & Ewe Pair. MESSRS M_LES~_ToO. are Instructed to Sell by Auotlon, at the above Fakon FBIBAY, 29m MAKCH, Some First-class Lineß of EWEB and RAMS, among them being 2500 I?ir - toro B*' EWES from the wvv Laghmor Station. These Ewes are sound- mouthed, m splendid order, md from the same flock as those ihat were sold last season, and ( gave such universal satis, faction to those who bought 2000 Mo _l no EW ? 8 » <K-_ot from 7. * r'V- _ far-famed Mount 1 _• -. _>. _-_ -*y naB «u fl Station. 1500 M e"°o EWES, direct from J&° H ghfleld Station. Sjfv^?? 01 Par 2assos and --* ...utfid flocks are among the best m the North Canter* * bury District. SQQ H _gS_S_'*T. «■* Also,— Shropshire Down, border. Leicester, and Lincoln lUMB, * £ r,5 OBI> - Auotionew, • o+mn G fi0 * JAMESON, * WW Agent, Aihfaqrto*

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 22 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 22 March 1889

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