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i Auction SATURDAY, 4th MAST. Tu«n Seolions 792, and 793 Cox street MR T. BULLOCK has reoolved inskruotlona from the Mor g»ge to flell by Pabllo Aao lon at tbe Aroade on SATURDAY, MAY 4th. T.S's 702 au-J 793, Cox street, eaob con. taming £ Aoce. These sections are well eltnated, ihe laad is of a First-Glass quality for garden purposes, very oioe Bite tor a house. Inspeotloa lavited. Terms Liberal at Sale. Sale at 12 o'oloolr. T. BULLOCK, 4t205 Auctioneer. Aq Improved Farm In the Ashburton Forks. Very early Selection* MB T. BULLOCK will sell by Public Aootion at the Aroaae on SATURDAY, MAY 11th. LOT 1, pare of R.S. 14553, originally contained 100 acres 2cdo )2p part of I the well-known Ringvrood Estate situated opposite the Greenstreet , School and adjoining Mb SdthjsrLAnDs Homestead Blook, Aihburton Forks. This was an early seleotlon and some of the best crops grown In the Forks district have been taken off the land. Tbe terms of payment will be exceptionally liberal. Inspection Invited. Sale at 12 o'olock. T. BULLOCK, 4§207 Aooiionear. SATURDAY, MAY 4th. 200 Aores fronting the Mitoham Road.

MB T. BULLOCK has reoeived instructions from the Proprietor to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on the above date, — B.S. 29934, containing 200 Acres, situated about 3 miles from the County Saleyardß and fronting the' Mvtcham Koad, fenced with livo fences, divided into 2 paddocks and sown with English grasses ; well watered with a Oounty water raoe. Also, at the same time and place,— LOTS J41, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 156, 166 eaoh containing about i acre, Township of Winslow,

Terms liberal at Sale. Sale at 12 o'olook. T. BULLOCK, 4J206 Auctioneer. MONDAY, MAY 13th. Clearing Sale FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, Ac.

MR T. BULLOCK has reoelved instructions from Mb D. MoLeod, m conßequenoo of having disposed of his interest m lease, to Sell by Public Auotion at the Homestead, Lagmhor Road, near Tinwald, on

MONDAY, MAY 13th, The Whole of his Farm Stock, Implements, &0., as follows: — Q Draught MAKES I it s, and foal n HACKS C) Light Drought MARES with foala /V at foot QAA Oroßßbred EWES ; Bams been O\J\J with them eince April 15th, m good condition. Q\ DRAYS and FRAMES 1 Set 4 Leaf HARROWS •I D.F. PLOUGH, 1 Single do

1 Wood's TWINE BINDER Shaft, Leading, and Plough Harness, Sundries, &o. Sale at 1.30 o'olook. T. BULLOOK, 5J20 Auctioneer. | SATURDAY, MAY lira

SPECIAL ENTRY OF 80 Horses 80 IMPORTANT Clearing Sale OF II O R SES From the Lonßbeach Estate, being the Eighth Annual Bale. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from John Gbiqg, Esq., to Sell by Pnblio Auotion at the Arcade on

SATURDAY, MAY 11th, 50 HOBBE3 50 Oomprlfling— ■ Draught Mares and Geldings, Oolta and Fillies unbroken, Light Harness Horses and Haoks. Also, at the same time and place, on account of Mesers Hocken Bros, North Island,—* OCX DRAUGHT HORBEB QA 3 and 4 year olds, carefully selected by them for the Canterbury Market, Sale at twelve noon, T. BULLOOK, Bf2l Auctioneer. SATURDAY, MAY 18th, AN IMPBOVED FAEM IN THH WAKANUI DISTRICT.

MB T. BULLOCK hat received strnotlona from Mb Williav Jameson to Sell by Public Auction at tbe Aroade on SATURDAY, M>AY 18th Hia Farm of 142$ ACRES, being 8.8. 7797, and part of 14980, situated m tho Wafcanui Road Board Distrlot, fepoed, and divided into 6 oon« ven'ent sized Paddooko, all m grass excepting about 35 Acres. There Is a Dwelllnghouae, Stable and Implement Shed and otner Bulldinga ereoted en the Property. ' This was an early selection, and the Land is of firat*olass quality. Those dealrous of pnrohaaing In this well-known looallty, are Invited to Inipeot It, and attend tbe Bile, Terma Liberal. SalaamkooD, - BULLOCK,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2125, 3 May 1889

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