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FOB gennioe AahDurtoa Twoea Suite ready made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, »nd at prioei an* equalled, go to K. Aloorn, Ashburton Clothing Mkot, S»und»tt»' Bnildlngs, WILLIAMS, BLAND and CO. Paitaersbip Notice. WE, the Undersigned, have This Day entered iuto Partnership as AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, ESTATE, PRODUCE, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. Under the Style of WILLIAMS, CLAM), k CO. PETEB WILLIAMS. JOHN B. BLAND. East Street Auotion Booms and Hortje Bazaar, Athtrarton. April 25. h, 1889 WE have muoh pleasure m announcing that we bave acquired the Auction Business of Messes Fkiedlakdbb Bros., ub carried on by them m East Street, ABhburton, aud have taken over their AUCTION BOOMS AMD HORSE BAZAAB Where we intend to continue oarrying on the said Business. REGULAR*"" SALE 3 On SATURDAYS at Auction Boom and Horse Bazaar of FARM PBODUCE, FUBNITUBB, HORSES, CATTLE, PIGS, IMPLEMENTS, Ac. ! On TUESDAYS, at County Saleyards at LIVE BTOOK Farm and Household Clearing Sales on MONDAIS, WEDNESDAYS, THUBSDAYS and FBIDAYB. The thorough knowledge of the Business gained by Mb Williams during his long experience m Oamaru and Aehburton, and by Mb Bland during his many years' responsible position m the employment of Mr Thomas Bullock, enables those who may entrust us with their Business to do bo with overy oonfidenoo that full justice will ba done to their interests. All Business will have our personal attention. Charges strictly moderate, and Account Sales promptly rendered, WILLIAMS, BLAND & CO. NOTICE. WE have much pleasure m informing the Publio of Ashburton that we have disposed of that part of our Auotion I Business, as carried on by us m East ! Street, Ashburton, to Messrs Williams, Bland and Co, and we oommend them to the favor of our numerous Clients. The Auotion Business m connection with Stock at vhe Yards we shall ooutinue to oarry on, and any Sales entrusted to us shall reoeive our prompt attention as heretofore. FRIEDLANDEB BBOS. A»hburton, April, 1889. 4tlßß FABMS. FABMS. FARMS. "Jl /TESSRS MILES and CO. havereoeived j_L instructions from Messes Upton amd Busskll to Sell by Publio Auotion the Sherwood Estate OP 2834 A ° B * s 2834 IN FABMS of from 130 to 500 ACRES. The Sherwood Estate is situated on the Baksia-Methven line of Railway, about 11 miles from the ABhburton ana Bakaia townships, with good roads to either centra. The Land has been lightly cropped. The balk of it Is now In English grate, laid down after turnip crops, aud heavily fed with sheep, so that it is now ready for wheat culture. Eaob Farm has a plentiful water supply from the Connty race, and most of them will be ring fenced. The Land is easily worked, there is no waste end for the production of grain and root crops it is fully equal to the average land of the Canterbury Plains. The Farm Buildings, which are extensive, will be sold with ft Blopk of about 500 Acres of Land* Plans are now being prepared, and will presently be m circulation, THE SALE WILL* TAEE PLAOB AT MR GEO JAMESON'S AUOTION BOOM ASHBURTON, ON SATURDAY, W Of May next. For particulars apply to MILES AND CO. 201 Horeford street, Oh natch urch. Or to GEO. JAMESON, Aehburton. ALSO, on the same dale,—LOT 16, Mr I. R. Q. O. Graham's Farm, Tinwald, containing 134 ACRES This is for Absolute Sale, and will bt ■old on easy terms. ALSO, on the same date,— In lots to suit purchasers; and on tbertnoit favorable terms, the whole of the Fairfield Estate Comprising about 3300 AORB * Of Agricultural Land adjoining the i Aahbarton Township. Plans showing nub-divisions and terms of payment are being prepared, and will be liimed shortly. J. T. FOBl.Auotioneei. GEO. JAMESON, ( 70 Ag«tf, Athburtoo,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2118, 25 April 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2118, 25 April 1889

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