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* Public Notices. SLONGBSAOR ROYD BOARD. mBE Time ftr reav ing TE >7 DKR£ I for Contraote advertised Is EXTEN 1 ED till THURSDAY iuxt, April 4fh, at 11 a.m. By order, 0. E. FOOKS&SON. 3f 162 District Surveyors. TENDERB. TJ>E v DERBare Invited for building a * Fnrm Bouse near Methven for AF. Somrrville. EBq Plans and Speoifioa tions oan be seen at Baker Broß., corner of Wakanui Boad aid Cubs street, whore Tenders w.li be received not later than NOON on SATURDAY, 30th inst. The lowest or any tender not neoessirily accepted 3t151 BAKER BROS. W.H.COLL NS&CO. IRON, TIMBEB, AND Coal Merchants EAST STREET . fTAVING prrohased the Iron, Timber, J_jL and Coal Business of Messrs MoO-LLUM and Co. we beg to notify to CnstoDcers and the General Public that we Bhall at all times do our utmost to meet their requirements at the Lowest Possible Prioes, and any orders entrust, d to us for execution will receive prompt attention. We liave m stock aod to arrive,— All kinda of BUILDING MATERIAL, Red, VVl.ite, a_d JJI-ck fi-., Totara, V D L.. Billic and Kauri Timbers, Fiooiing, Match Lmiug, Doors, Ss-hps. Roofing Iron, Wire Nails, RidKt.g, Spouting, - ement, Lime, Fencing Wire, Posts, btakes, Gates, Hurdles, &o , &o. Speolal atlenllon is drawn to our Stooka of NEWCASTLE, WESTPORT, AND MALVERN COALS Whioh we are selling at Reduoed Prioes to meet the times. NEWCASTLE COAL at 38s per ton By tbe Truok at 33s per ton Your orders are solicited and Inspection Invited. W. H. Collins & Co (Late MoCALLUM & 00.) Iron, Timber, and Coal Merchants EAST STREET. A Line of Damaged Iron for sale cheap. 3t157 _ i ■ m Auctions. UNDER DISTRESS WARRANT. Primmer v Santt. r¥!o be sold by Public Auotion at Mr X Rutter's Boarding House, Sou h Rakaia, on THURSDAY, 28th Maroh, 1889,-26 GEESE. Sale at 12 o'clock 3*155 A. M. PEARSON, Bailiff. SATURDAY, 30th MAROH. UNDER BILL OF SALE. MR T. BULLOOK has received instructions from the holder of the Bill of Sale to Sell by Public Auction at the Aroad • on the above date, — The following Farm Stock and Plant :— ■ £ Draught HORSES Dray and Frame, Double-furrow Plough by Donoan, Shaft, Leading, and Plough Harness, &o. Sale at 12 o'clock. T. BULLOOK, 3|160 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 30th MAROH. SPECIAL ENTRY MR T BULLOOK (m oanjunclion with Mr D. Thomas) has reoelved instructions from Mr John Small to Sell by Public Auotion at the Arcade on SATURDAY, 30th MAROH, -ify HORSES -j/y Comprising — 7 Draught MARES and T7 GELDINGS \ 3 to 6 years old, broken to all kinds of harness 8 3 year old Draught Q COLTS and FILLIES O unbroken 3 Upstanding HACKS Q broken to Saddle and O Harness A number of the above Horses were bred by Mr Small. The others are by Banker and other good sires. Sale at 1 o'clock. T. BULLOCK, 3+161 Auctioneer. ASHBURTON Ram and Ewe Pair TBE Annual RAM and EWE FAIR will be held at the TINWALD YARDS ON FRIDAY, 29th MAEOH. Sale will c jmmenoe at 11 o'olook sharp. ASHBURTON Ram & Ewe Fair. MESSRS MILES & 00. are Instructed to Sell by Auction, at the above Fair on FRIDAY, 29th MAECH, Some First-class Lines of EWEB and RAMS, among them being OKC\C\ First-croßs EWES from the ■"•••• V^V Leghorn* Station. These Ewes are sound- mouthed, m splondid order, bnd from the same flock as those that were sold last season, and gave such universal satisfaction to those who bought them. On OO Merino EWES, direct from (Ziyjyjyj the far-famed Mount Parnoßßue Station 1 K(\C\ Merino EWES, direct from LO\J\J the B lghfleld Station, The Moiint Parnassus and Hlghfield flocks are among the beßt m tbe North Canterbury District. KAH Halfbred EWEB from the V v * / ** Chatmoss Estate. ISOO Ha,£bred KWES from the *Vv/\_r Colda fream Estate, soundm utued, and a really good line Ai#q,— , Shropshire Down, border, Leiceater, and Lincoln RAMS. J T.JOBD.AuoHoneei. , o+i™ QEa J * M EBON, ! 3;* SB Agent, Atoburto*.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2095, 27 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2095, 27 March 1889

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