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KAKAIA D THOMAS has reoeived Instructions # from Mb T. Mo'Juihb, as admlnlstrator in the estate of the late George Robinson, to sell by PUBLIO AUCTION at the Saleyards, RakaU, on

THUBBDAY MAY 2nd, 1889.

At 12 o'olook. THE following valuable Township allotments In Rakaia, viz , T.S. 452, 454 with three two-roomed ootttges tbereon, let at £12 10a for 4 ynars ; TS. 94 and 96, fenoed In; T.S. 464, ualmproved ; TS, 475, 477. 479 480. oonbioIng 1 aero, fenced and laid down In grass ; T.S. 118, 120, containing £ acre with fourroomed cottage, soulfory and B*or<», Irrd planted with fruit trees; T.B. 223 ±-*ore. fenced and garden ; T.S. 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, oonUlnlng 1£ >.oro, belt of trues rouod It and the caleyurdo upon It ; T.S, 242, containing J-aore wi*h tworoomod oottega ; T.S. 244 2445, 240, 247 248, 249, 1£ aore. fenood. The above seotlons are ocntrally situated and oaght to be worth the attention of speculators, residents and others, as they must be sold to close up tbe estate.

Terms at sale. D. THOMAS, 4*96 Auctioneer, Ashbarton. Important Sale or LIVE AND DEAD STOCK,

Inolodlng a Stud Flook of SHROPSHIRE DOWN SHEEP. M. IL E 8 AND Co. Have received Instructions from Messrs Upton and Russell, of Sherwood, Laarls* ton, Sonth RaknU, to submit THE WHOLE OF THEIR LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, TO PUBLIC AUOTION, AT THE SHERWOOD HOMESTEAD, ON FBIDAY, MAT 3, NEXT.

Tbe LIVE STOCK comprise— 4200 BHBBP -1 n horses Q OATTLE The STUD FLOOK of Shropshire Down Sheep number about 300, viz — I P\ f\ EWES, In lamb to piles I.UV/ rams 1 00 KWB HoaGBTS p?f\ RAM HOGGETS, and Q RAMS The FLOOK SHEEP comprise— H AAA FIRST CROSS EWES, 6A.\J\J\J tooth and f nll-monthed, In lamb to Lincoln rams HOAA Hotsley Down MERINO JL AU U KWES, In lamb to English Leicester lams CtttC\ Three-qoarterbred LAMBS, ; OOV_/ by Llnooln rams AAA First Cross LAMBS, by Eng\j\j\J llsh Leicester r»ms QAA Call OROBSBREDS, of £j\j\J mlsed ages and sexei

The HORSES comprise— j A USEFUL FARM HORBE3 q LIGHT HARNESS DO q HACKS 4 BROOD MAKES, In foal, and O UNBROKEN HORSES 9HEArToy OATTLE, inoludlng oows In milk and In Oftlf. The IMPLEMENTS comprise— Farm Dray (with frame), Reaper and Binder DUo Harrow, Grass Mower Brokdoast Sower, Cambridge Rollor D.F. Plough, Tine Harrows, Express Waggon Leading and Shaft Harness, Baggy

Harness Lawn Mower, Weighing Maohlne Solway Wool-press, 8 Sheep Racks Donble and Single Trees Sundries, eto. Tbe Shropshire Down Sheep will be submitted In Lota of 10, and the Flook Sheep In Lots of 100 or more, to suit all daises of purchasers. We are also Instructed to sell by Anotlon A Splendid Crop of Green Top Yellow Abbrdeen TURNIPS, 240 Acres, Now growing on the Estate, to be fed off by Sheep on the ground on or I before the Ist day of Auguit next.

There will bo a oonravanoe to meet the express on Its arrival at the Rakaia station on the morning of FRIDAY, the 3rd day of May, to convey passengers by train to the pluoe of sale, and take them back In time to catch the express In the evening;

Thore will be a Coach at the Ashburton Railway Station to meet the train from the South. This Ooaoh will leave for Sherwood Immediately af tor the arrival of the train.

Refreshments will be provided at 11.30 am, and the S»le will oommenoe ponotu* ally At 12 o'olook. FVERY LOT WILL BE FOR ABSOLUTE SALE, And the tale of the Estate la Farms will take piaoe at MR GEORGE JAMESON'S AUOTION ROOMS, ASHBURTON. On tbe following day, SAHUR DA Y, MA ? 4th. MILES & CO., J. T, FORD, Auotioneor. Hereford street Ohrlstoharoh. GEO. JAMESON, Agent, 41185 Aihbacton. LONGJBEAOH ROAD BOARD, GBNBRALELEOTION. NO. TWARD. fIIHE following nomination! wera reX eelved foi No. 1 Ward ;— ROBERT GILMOUR JOHN SHEARER A. poll foi the eleotlon of one of the above named candidates will be held at Ms John Small's House, Graham's road, on MONDAY, May Cth, 1889, between the hours of 9 a,m, and C p.m. E. J. FOOKS, Returning Offioer, NO. 2 WARD. MR THOMAS "TAYLOR being the only person nominated, I hereby deolare him duly eleoted a member of the Longboaoh Road Board for No 2 Ward, ALFRED A. FOOKS, Deputy Returning Officer. NO,^ WARD, MR JOHN GRIGG, being the only person nominated, I hereby doqlsre. him duly elected a member of the Ljng* 1 beaoh Road Board for No. $ Ward, ! T, DOYB, '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2123, 1 May 1889

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