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Auctions SATURDAY, 6th APRIL. SPECIAL ENTRY. M' R T, BULLOOK haa received nBtruotlona from Mk Edward Saundbes to Ball by Public Auction at th* Aro&do on tho above date, 6Snporl rDr^nprht WARES £ *n.- GSi/DINO 4 ani 0 6--. '1% *■ <"•'.:.'. i.-i-'rt" !)f *.'.'■<:;> •..;>:<■ l'-.t unr! 2c;r) PU'ZKTAKi'IRSattho Southern Show?. Salo at 1 o'olock. T. BULLOOK, 4+24 Auctioneer. _— ~_- . . i SATURDAY, APRIL 6th. 635 Acres, 2 Roods, 20 Perches, Spazton Purvey District, by Order of the Mortgagees. MR T. BULLOOK haß reoelved instructions to Sell by Publio Auction at the Arcade on SATORDAY, 6th APRIL, On acoount and by Order of tho Mort-gag'-ee,— R.vS'b 31840, 31841, containing m all 635 aores, 2 roods 20 perches, situated m the Hpaxtou Survey District, and originally part of Messrs Gould and Cameron's run, between 4 and 5 miles from the Spread Eagle and about the same distance from Methven ; well i watered with a Oounty water race. ; Full particulars can be obtained of the Auctioneer. Terms at Sale. Sale at 12 o'olook. T. BULLOOK, 3*95 " Auctioneer An Improved Farm at Wakanui, Town Seotlon Tlnwald. and Building Allotments In Allenton. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr David MoComdb, to sell by Publio Auotlon at the Aroade, on SATURDAY, 6tb APRIL, At 12 o'clock, Noon, His Form of 80 sores, being R 8. 27726, Wakanui Road Distriot. There Is a well built Dwelling House of 4 rooms, matoh-llned throughout, erected on tho property, and Plantations round about the house. It is well fenced with live fences, and watered by a Oounty water raoe. T.S, 278, oontalnlng £-aore, Charles Street, Tlnwald ; not far from the Rill way Station, together with a 5 -Roomed House. Also on account cf Mr Wm. Panniuk. Lots, 9, 10, 11 and 12, eaoh containing j-»ore, Oox Street, North, Allenton Suburban Distriot. Easy terms of payment will be aooepted for these properties, Intending purchasers are invited to Inspeot them and attend the sale. T. BULLOOK, 3*46 bw Auctioneer. SATURDAY, APRIL 6xm, Properties for Bale by Order of the Mortgagees. MR T. BULLOOK has received instructions to Sell by Publio Auction at tho Arcade on the above date, on account and by Order of the Mortgagees, the following properties, viz , — The Mortgagees' interest m part of Borough Reserve, No. 774, containing abont j[ acre, fronting East street, on whioh is ereoted a substantially bnilt Shop and Dwellinghouse m brick/ adjoining Mr Patching's property, and originally m tho occupation of Mesars Andrewea Bros , the lease having 14 years to ran. LOTS 11 and 12, each containing J-acre, deposited plan 248, fronting the Alford Forest Road, opposite the Woollen Faotory, on which is ereoted a 4-roomed Oottago. LOIS 8 and 114, containing 1 rood 17 perches, deposited plans 309 and 641, Wellington street, Bampstead, on wbioh is erected a Dwellinghouse of 4 rooms LOT 188, £ aoro, deposited plan 309, Wellington street, Hampstead, on which is ereoted a Dwellinghouse of 2 Rooms. LOT 202, deposited plan 235, between tho Alford Foreßt Road and the river, originally containing 2 acres, 1 rood, 25 perches. A low price will be accepted for these properties and liberal terms. Full particulars on application. Sale at 12 o'clock. T, BULLOOK, 3J135 Auctioneer. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MESSRS MILEB~"and CO. aro m. Btructed BY THE PROPRIETORS to offer for Sale by Publio Auotlon, about THE 1 END OE APRIL, In lots to suit puroharers, and on tho molt" favorable terms, the whole of the Fairfield Estate Comprising about 3300 AORES Of Agricultural Land adjoining the Ashburton Townsjilp. Plans showing sub-divisions and terms of payment are being prepared, and will be Issued ■hortly, JT. FORD, Auotionoei. GEO. JAMESON, 4 12 Agent. Aehburton. J # Ja. King and Co. Have received Instr notions from GL G, Minn. Esq., TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION IN THEIR LAND SALE ROOMS, 170 Liohfield street, Christchurch, on f SATURDAY APRIL, 6th. At 2.30 p.m., SO ACBEB LAND, Block XIIL, Seotion 33095. HINDS DISTRIOT. The Land iB situated on the Main Road to Coldstream, and about Six Miles from tht Hinds Township. It adjoins the properties of J. Studholmb, junr.. and E. H. DODSON, Eeqrs. I 'i . . The Seotlon was oaref ully seleoted about twelve years ago. It is therefore likely to bo one of the best m the distriot. TITLE GROWN GRANT. Terms at Bale. I J. R. KING and CO, ill fe APP, Auctioacefj j

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2101, 5 April 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2101, 5 April 1889

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