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LOST— Favorite white Oat. Finder i please return to Mrs Steward, Borford, East Belt. Snail <eward. ■ ■— I SATURDAY, MAY 18ih. j Buildings for Removal ; Cornerusher, &o MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from the Owner to 1 Sell by Pnblio Auction at tha Arcade on BATURDAY, MAY 18th, An Iron fched for removal, 27 x 13, floored with T and G flooring, tuitab'e for a emal granary Also small Office, match lined throughout, now standing on T H, 65, West Street, Cornerusher, Wheelbarrow, eto. Sale at 12 o'olock. "•FT BULLOOK, SJIOO Auctioneer. SATURDAY, MAY 18th Clearing Sale of Grooerles, Oroskery, Ironmongery, eto.

MR T. BULLOOK has received Instructions from Messrs Pbogtbr and Co (In oonsequenoe of their giving up business) o sell by Public Auction on tbe premises, Burnett street, on the above date,— The whole of the stook oomprUing a good general assortment of Groceries, Hardware, and Crockery, Soales ' end Welehtr, Weighing Maohina up to 6 owt, Butter Wotker, Iron Safe, Horse, Delivery Oart, Harness, Sundries, •tc, eto Sale at 12 o'olook. T. BULLOOK. s+lol Auctioneer. An Improved F*rm In the Ashburton Forki. Very early Seleotion* MR T. BULLOCK will sell by Publio Auotlon at the Arcace on BATURDAY, MAY 11th. LOT 1, part of R.S. 14653, or'glnally contained 100 aores 2rds 12p part of the well-known Rtngwood Estate situated opposite the Greenstreet School and adjoining Mb SuthbbliASD's Homestead Blook, Ashburton Forks. This was an early seleotion and some of the beat rrops grown m tbe Forks dlstrlot have been taken <ff the land. Tbe terms of payment will, be exceptionally liberal.

Inspection Invited. Sale at 12 o'olook. T. BULLOOK, 4§207 Auctioneer. MONDAY, MAY 13th. Clearing Sale OF FARM BTOOK, IMPLEMENTS, &o. MR T, BULLOOK has reoelve instructions from Mr D. MoLkod m oonsequenoe of having disposed of his interest m leuse, to Sell by Pnblio Auotion at the Homestead, Lagmhor Road, near Tinwald, on MONDAY, MAY 13th, The Whole of his Farm Stook, Implements, &o , as follows .— Q Draught MARES

I „ „ and foal W HACKS 2 Light Draught MARES with foals at foot QAA Crossbred EWES ; Rams been OUV/ with them since April 15th, m good oondition. ft DBAYS and FRAMES I Set 4 Leaf HABROWS ■I D.F. PLOUGH, 1 Bingle do 1 Wood's TWINE BINDER X Shaft, Leading, and Plough Harness, Sundries, &o. Sale at 1.30 o'olook. T. BULLOOK, 5J20 Auctioneer.

SATUBDAY, MAYIITH SPEOIAL ENTRY OP 80 Horses 80 IMPORTANT Clearing Sale OF HORSES From the Longbeach Estate, being the Eighth Annual Sale, MR T. BULLOOK has received instructions from John Gbioo, Esq., to Sell by Public Auotion at the Arood. on SATURDAY, MAY lira, 50 BOBeES 50 Comprising— Draught Mares and Geldings, Colts and Fillies unbroken, Light Harness Horses and Hacks. .Uso, at the same time and plaoe, on aooount of Messrs Hocken Bros, North Island » — OA DRAUGHT HORSES Qf\

3 and 4 year olds, oarefully seleoted by them tor the Canterbury Market,

Sale at twelve noon, T. BULLOOK, ' 5f21 Auctioneer. SATORDAY, MAY J Bth, AN IMPROVED FARM IN THE WAKANUI DISTRIOT. MR T. BULLOCK has reoelved ■truottom from Mb William Jambbon to Sell by Publio Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, MAY 18th Hlb Farm of

142 Y* Acres. being R*S 7797, and part of 4980, situated m the Wakanui Road Board Distriot, fenoed, and divided into 6 oonven'ent sized Paddocks, all m era bb excepting abont 35 ACRES,

There is a Dwelllnghome, Stable and Implement Shed and other Buildings •ereoted en the Property.

Thiß was an early selection, and the Land U of firat-olasß quality. Those desirous of pnrohiilng m this well-known looality, are Invited to inspect it, and attend the sale. Terms Liberal. Sale at 12 "Noon, ~. BULLOOK, 6t39 Auctioneer,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2131, 10 May 1889

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