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Important Sale 07 LITE AND DEAD STOCK, / Including a Stud Flook of J SHROPSHIRE DOWN SHEEP. JXL IL E 8 AND Co. Bave received Instructions from Meant Uprox and Hu?sell, of Sherwood, LanrU* ton, Soutti Raka'd, to submit THE WBOLB OF THEIR LIVE AND DEAD PTOOK, TO PUBLiC AUCTION, AT IHB SHERWOOD HOMESTEAD, OK FBIDAT, MAY 3, NEXT. The LIVESTOCK oomprlie— 4200 SHBBP -J £> HORSES Q OATTLE The STUD FLOCK of Shropshire Dorm Sheep number abont 300, viz— 1 P\C\ BWES ' !n tamb toptfet 1 00 EWE HOQGBTS p?r\ RAM HOGGETS, and O RAM 3 The FLOOK SHEEP comptUe— -(AAA FIRST CROSS KWEB, frJ_ \J \J \J tooth and fall-mouthed, In lamb to Lincoln rams -iQAA Horsley Down MERINO I^UU EWES, In lamb to English Leicester tarns AP\Oi Three-quarterbred LAMBS, Ut)U by Lincoln rams QAA Firat Cross LAMBS, by Eng. tjKJKJ lisa Leicester rams QAA Coll OROSSBREDS, of 4j\J\J mfzed ages and sexes The HORSES comprise— J_ USEFUL FARM HORSES Q LIGHT HARNESS DO O HACKS 4 BROOD MARES, In foal, and O UNBROKEN HORSES 9HEAD~^F CATTLE, including oowi Id milk and la calf. The IMPLEMENTS oomprlie— Farm Dray (with frame), Reapei and Binder Dlso Harrow, Grass Mower Broadcast Sower, Cambridge Roller D.F. Plough, Tine Harrows, Expren Waggon Leading and Shaft Harnen, Baggy Harneai Lawn Mower, Weighing Machine ' Solway Wool-press, 8 Sheep Raoks Donble and Single Treei Sundries, etc The Shropshire Down Sheep will be aubmltted In LoU of 10, and the Flock Sheep In Lotß of 100 or more, to salt all daises of purchasers* We are also Instructed to sell by Aaotlon A Splendid Orop of Green Top Yellow Aberdeen TURNIPS, 240 Acres, Now growing on the Estate, to be fed off by Sheep on the ground on oe before the lit day of Auguit next* There will be a coimYatioe to meet the express on its arrival at the Rakala station on the morning of FRIDAY, the 3rd day of May, to convey passengers by train to the place of sale, and take them back m time to catch the express In th« evening: There will be a Coacb at the Asuburtou Railway Station to meet the train from the South. This Coaoh will leave for Sherwood immediately after the arrival of the train. . Refreshments will be provided at 11,30 a.m , and the S*le will commence puaotn* ally At 12 o'clock. FVERY LOT WILL BE FOR ABSOLUTE SALE, And the eala of the Estate In Farms will take place at MR GEORGE JAMESON'S AUCTION ROOMS, ASHBURTON. Oo the following day, SATUKDAY, MAX 4th. MILES & CO., J. T, FORD, Auctioneer. Hbreford street Ohrlatohurch. GEO. JAMESON, Agent, 4tJBS Aihburton,

( FUNERAL NOIIOE THE Friends of Mr G. J. F, Lnblow are reapectfally informed that th« Fnneral of bis late beloved eon, Albert Fredrick Henry, will move from hit residence, Weaterfield Mills, at 12 o'olook on FRIDAY, 3rd May, for the Aehbnrton I Cemetery. BAKER BROS., 6JB Undertakers. I * .tank de Paris, Will be open on AND SATURDAY As Uanal. Praottoe for the oomlng CHAMPIONSHIP i Momlng Sessions (Ladies only) 10 to I2 a Admlßsun Free; Qk*tet,6d« Afternoon, 2.30 to 4.30. Evening, 7-30 to 10. 3*76 R. EMTON, Mnapr

BXOELBIOR COACH FACTORY. W. HIOKB, COAOH BUILDER and WHEELWRIGHT, BURNETT St. (Nbxt "Maili" Opwob, Ashbubtok.) "WJ TIT HAVING taken over the YV •-nil.* above department from H. Paokx begs to Inform the public of Ashburton and uarronndlng distriots that he has c jmmenoed buainess m the above line, and traits by atrlot attention to same, combined with moderate charges, to unit a fair share of patronage. Every description of vehicles made to order. Speolal attention will be devoted to repairs. Traps re-painted, etc, on shortest notlot. Note the address. BURNETT STREET, "Next "Mail" Ofmub, 4 2SO Aenburton. In reference to the above I thank my friends and the public for the liberal patronage they have bestowed npon mt for the past two years, and trust that » oontlnuanoe of the same Will bt pwtowid. on Me W, Bw&a,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2124, 2 May 1889

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