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Public .Notices r TO BUILDERS. I rpEEDE'RS wanted for Ereotlog oddi* X ttous to Farm Bocue naar Dromore Plans at-d fcpeolfioationa to be seen at Mr J. G. Beatell's Offi;o, where Tendorß , will be rcoelvod up to 12 o'olbok noon on ; THUBSDAY 28^h lnar. 3 149 : | MPOUIVDED from East street on I 22nd March one Dark Bay Huok Mare, blind <ff eye, Heavy head, white stripe down face. If not claimed and expenses paid will be bold on 15 h April at 12 noon. „ W. Daß. CbMfTON, Poundkeeper, 3 152 Aah unon. DANCING GLASS. THK Flr«t of a series of Danes Io conneoiion with the above will be held m the Orange H«li on WEDNESDAY, Match 27tb, oommenctng at 8 o'olook. Muaio by Messrs Gates and Ward, Admission — Gentlemen, 2s 6d. Ladies fiee. L^ng night. 3 148 TBNDEKB. ~ f|^£2, DEBS are invited for building a X Farm House near Methven lor A Ft SoMRETiLLi, Keg. Plans and Specifications can be seen at Baker Broß., comer of Wakanui Boai atd Oass street, where leaders wll be received not later than NOUN on S&TOBDAY, 30th inst. The lowest or any tender not necessarily acoepted 31151 BAKEH BROS. Auctions. TINWALD YARD 3. MB D. THOMAS has received instructions from a Client to Sell by iuolio Aucti.in at the above Yards on TUESDAY, MARCH 26th, £X PIGS ££ OO Good Stubblers 03 D. THOMAS, 3j136 r Auctioneer. TINWALD YABDB. MESSRS MILES and 00. are instruoted to offer at tho above Yards on r rUEBDAY NEXT, A Line of well grown 1200 CrossbreflLamte 1200 Also, — Fat and Store £HEEP. J. T. FORD, Auctioneer. 3t127 GEO. JAMBciON, Agent. ABHBURTON Ram & Ewe Fair. MESSBS MILES <& 00. are instrooted to Sell by Auction, at the abort Fair on FKIDAY, 29th MAEOH, Some First-class Lines of EWES and KAMti, among them being Ofcvnn Mtort cross EWES from the wwUU Laghmor btstion. I'hese Ewob are sound- mouthed, m eplondid order, und from the same flock aB those that were sold last season, and gave such universal satisfaction to those who bought them. Of\f\Cl Merino EWES, direot from tfSVSV/V/ the far-famed Mount Paimosuß Station 1 fc£f\n Merino EWES, direct from JIQ\J\J the JJ ighfield Btaiion. The Mount ParnasHUß and Hlghßeld flocks are among the beet m the North Canterbury District. tzr\r\ Half bred EWES from the OWV Chatmosa Estate. 1 fc>riO Half bred EWES from the XvUV Ooldstream Estate, soundm juthed, and a really good line Also, — Shropshire Down, iiorder, Leicester, and Lincoln BAMS. J. T. FORD, Auotioneei. Gi£O. JAMESON, 3j:126 Agent, Anhoarton. B\LEOF SURPLUS LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, AT MABONAN STATION YABDS, South Hinds. MILES «nd Co. have received instruo - ti ns from Cuarles J. Harper, Esq., ' anJ others, to BELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AT THK MARONAN STATION YARDS, SOUTH . HIJXDB, .ON MONDAY, APRIL 1, LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. A* follows — HHEEP. OAAA FIRST-CLASS MERINO EWES f7AA TWO-TOOTH OROSSBREDS nnnn first oaoss lambs On acoount of Hon. W, 8. Peter I7AA MERINO EWES HOUSES. 8 HACKS AND LIGHT HARNESS HORSKB. 6 CARRIAGE and HARNESS HORSES lising 3 years old nubroken oatJlb. JTA HEAD OF MIXED CATTLE PIGS. Ah GOOD BAOONERS IMPLEMENTS. Amerloan drill, broadoast sower, with chaja harrows Cambridge roller, with turnip sowor and harrowß attached Ditc harrows, with turnip Bower and harrows attached Soreening maohino, grain and eeeds, tine barrows Portable forge, wQolpreßi Phaeton buggy, m parfept order, specially built for the country. Lady's saddle, gentleman's ditto (English) Cart saddle, loading harness House on wheels, snodiiM. A coach will meet tho uptraln from Timaru at Binds. Also the Express train from Ohrißtchurob on the morning ot April Ist, to convey purchasers to the Maronan Yards and take them baok m time to catch trains after the sale. The Sale of Implements and Sundries will oommehce at 11 .30 sharp. Luncheon will be served after the sale of implements and the sale of Bbeep, Cattle, etc., will pommenoa at 1 p.m. punctually. GEO. JAMESON, Awnt. BUOB J.T,FoßP,Aw6§pbw, ,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 25 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 25 March 1889

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