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Auction " SATURDAY? 27th APRIL , bPEOIAiTENTRY. ' If** T ' BULLOCK his received 1 JXL instructions from 0. H.Dowdino ) Esq, Coldstream Katute, to Sell by f üblk Auction at the Arcade sYouDg Draught HORSES pf Buitable for farm work J Sale ut 1 o'clock. T. BUI.LUCK. 4*202 Auctioneer. \ SATURDAY, APRIL 27th. SPECIAL ENTRY. A TEAM of Four YouDg DRAUGHTS j\_ suitable for ail kinds of Farm work together with Dray and Harness. Sale at 1 o'clock ~~T. BULLOCK, 4+176 Auctioneer. BATUKDAY, APRIL 27xh. A MOST DESIRABLE Improved Farm IK THB WAKANOI DISTRICT FOB SALE. MR T. BULLOOK has received m Btruotlons from Mr Geobqk Cob (on aooount of bis retiring from farming) to Sell by Public Auotlon at the Arcade on SATURDAY, 27th APRIL, At 12 o'olook uoon, BIS DESIRABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY OONIA.IKING 500 *°B B a 500 In the Wakanul D atria*, aa follows, via:— The HOMESTEAD BLOCK, 300 AOKES 300 Dlfided Into 9 convenient sfsed Paddooks, with well-grown fences, about 200 Aores being m English grasses, 50 Aores ploughed and ready for Wheat, the remainder In stubble and suitable for oropplng this season ; all well watered. THE IMPROVEMENTS Consist of a GOOD FARM HOUSE of SJX ROOMS Garden and Orchard adjoining of about one Acre, with well-grown fall bearing Fruit Trees, stabling for 12 horses, Store oapable of storing 4000 bushels grain, Maohine Sbeds and other buildings, and a wellconstructed Oonorete Dip. A large proportion of this property Is sheltered by a belt of well-grown Forest Trees. 200 A°R E s 200 About 20 ohalns from the Homestead, ] fenced and divided into 3 Paddooks ' with live fences, and all laid down m English grasses, also well watered. It is seldom snob an opportunity as this ooours of acquiring an Improved Farm In such a favorite locality, as this part of the Wakanai is acknowledged to be the Best Farming District m the County. The Owner has farmed this very successfully for the last 14 years, and the resson of Its now being for sale is that he is retiring from farming. For any further particulars apply to the Auctioneer. T. BULLOOK, 4+119 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 27th APBIL. SPECIAL ENTRY. 30 OASES APPLES gQ ALFRED* HARRISON, 4J198 Auctioneer. Clearing Sale WEDNESDAY, let MAY, 1889, On the Prom|fiß B,E. Town Belt, opposite Burnett street, At 12 o'olook. WILLIAMB, BLAND, & CO. have received instructions from Mb A. D. Wells (who is leaving the Distriot) to Sell by Public Auotion at the above time and plaoe, — All hia valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, conflating of DRAWINQROOM, DINING-ROOM, BEDIiOOM and KITCHEN Furniture. Fnl>er particulars m future issue. WILLIAMS, BLAND, & CO., 4t187 Auot ioneers. OPENING SALE. SATURDAY, 27th APRIL, 1889, AT EAST STREET HORSE BAZAAR, At 12.30 o'clook. WILLIAMS, BLAND & CO. have received Instructions to sell by Publio Auotlon at the above time and plaoe. On aooonnt of various vendors. — 30 HORBBS 3O Consisting of DRAUGET MARES and GELDINGS, HACKS, and Light Harness HORSES I On aooouni of Mb Adam Jaorson, — 4 Superior 3 year old COLTS, J and FILLIES, out of Light tt Draught MARES, by the thoroughbred entire "Veno" suitable tit Hunters, Haokp, or Carriage HORSES, a really good lot •i Brood MARE and Foal -f On account of W. B. Dbnshire, Eeq,,— Brown GELDING »• Jester" wellknown with the Ashburton and othei Bounds. On account of another client, — Bay GELDING, " Encore " by Oaailvelaunus, dam full sister to Billy, a perfeot Hanter, has won a Steeplechase of 80 soys. Chestnut MARE, Ikoelra, 5 years, by St George, dam Artemis by Castaway— Brunette, On aooonnt of a Contractor giving up business,— 4 Draught MARES and GELD- A INGS 4 On aooount Client,— 4 Unbroken Draught COLTS i and FILLIES, 4 years old £ * WILLIAMS, BLAND & CO. 1 188 Aaotlontere, l| i

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2119, 26 April 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2119, 26 April 1889

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