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Fublic Notices ; ASHBURTON A CGi" TMATISATION SOCIi/IY. NOTICE. THE opening of the Shooting Season for Nativo Game, In fired for the 18-h April next, ending 3lnt Jaly, both days inclusive. Anyone shooting Docks or Puknkl prior to that data, will be prosecuted. JNO. J C. QDANB, 3J166 Hon. Secretary.wxcolTjnjT&co.' IRON, TIMBER, AND Coal Merchants EAST STREET. HAVING pirohased the Iron, Timber, and Coal Business of Messrs MoOallum and Co. we beg to notify to Custo Jiers nnd the General Public that we shall at all times do our utmo&t to meet their requirements at the Lowest Possible Prices, and any orders ontrußt d to U9 for execution will receive prompt attention. We have in stock and to arrive,— All kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL, Red, White, and Black Pine, Totara, V.DiL., Baltic and Kanri Timbers, Flooring, Match Lining, Doors, Saehes, Roofing Iron, Wire Nails, Mdginff, Fpouting, < enient, Lime, Fencing Wire, Post u , fctakea, Gatee, Hard es, &c , &o. Coal. Coal, NEWCASTLE, WEBTPORT, AND MALVJiRN COAL3 We are selling at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES per ton NEWCASTLE COAL at 3gg By the Truck ... ... at &Q'Q Your orders are solicited and Inspection Invited. W. H. Collins & Co (Late MoGALLUM & CO.) Iron, Timber, and Coal Merchants EAST STREET. A Line of Damaged Roofing Iron for sale cheap. 3+157 Auctions. SATURDAY, MARCH 30th. SPECIAL ENTRY. MR T, BULLOOK has received i--strnctlons to Sell by Pablio Auotlon "at the Arcade on the above date, 1 PIANO, walnut frame ; trichord ; Iron back ; nearly new. Sale at 11.30. T, BULLOOK, Auctioneer. SATURDAY, MARCH 30th. 317 Acres, 2 roods, 38 perohen, Wakanui Survey District. In the Estate of the late George Hooper. MR T. BULLOOK h«B received InBtruotioun from Messbh Aoland and Barns, Agents for the Public Trustee, to Sell by Public Auction nt the Arcade on SATURDAY, 30th March, At 12 o'olock, Noon. 317 acres, 2 roods, 38 perches, being part of R.S. 25229, situated Id Blocks 3 and 4 of the Wakanui Survey District, and now in the occupation of Mr Pitt. Full particulars can be obtained from the Auctioneer. Terms Liberal; "~T. BULLOOK, 3§68 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, APRIL 6thThe unsold portion of Grove Farm Estate, and Tlnwald Town Seotions. MR T. BULLOOK has received Instructions from the Pbofribtobs to sell hy Public Auotlon at the Arcade, on SATURDAY. 6ra APRIL, At J 2 o'olook, NOON, The whole of the unsold portion of Grove Farm Estate, and Tlnwald Sections, as follows, viz : — Lot 40, containing 30 acres, 1 rood, 23 perches, fronting Graham's Road. Lot 41, containing 32 aores, 2 roods, 11 perches, fronting Graham's Road Lot 42, containing 32 ao/es, 2 roods, 6 perches, fronting Graham's Road, Also the unsold Seotions In the Town~ ship of .Tinw»ld, as follows : — Lot 7], containing about 37 perches, oorner of MoMurdo and Graham Streets Lots 413 and 414, each containing J-aore, Thompson rftrset Lot 258, containing £-aore Maloolm ' Street, and fronting ihe Railway. Terms and conditions liberal ; same as at previons sales. T. BULLOOK, 3J94 Auctioneer. An Improved Farm at Wakanui, Town Seotion Tinwald, and Building Allotments in Allenton. MR T. BULLOCK has receired initructions from Mn David MoCombb, to sell by Pabiio Auotlon at the Arcade, on SATURDAY, 6tb APRIL, At 12 o'clock, Noon, His Farm of 80 acres, being R.S. 27726, Wakannl Read District. There Is a well built Dwelling House of '4 rooms, matohlinad throughout, erected on the property, and Plantations ronnd about the house. It is well fenced with live fences, and watered by a County water raoe. T.S, ,278, containing £-aore, Charles Street, Tlnwald ; not far from the Rdllway Station, together with a 5 -Roomed House. Also on aooount of Mr Wh. Pannio*. Lots, 9, 10, 11 and 12, each containing £--aore, Cox Street, North, Allenton Suburban District* Easy terms of payment will ba aooepted for these properties, '■ ■ Intending purchasers are invited to Inspect them and attend the Bale. T. BULLOOK, 3*40 Auctioneer. bPEOIAL ENTRY. fT7 ARDROBE, Handsome Chest f V Drawers, Oval ftedeital Table, Oouohes., p,h»l?s, Tables, Bedsteads and Bedding, Sideboard, Cirpeti, Tools of all kinds, Pictures, Crockery, and eqnflrles Innumerable, Without Reserve. ALFRED HARRISON, 8U75 AuQtlonttr,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2097, 29 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2097, 29 March 1889

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