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SATURDAY, MAY 25th. SPECIAL ENTRY. PVTFNT PRILL, 15 Coulters, by P. and D. Duooan, m good order. Sale «t 1 o'olook. 5*183 T. BULLOCK, Auctioneer. HATUrtDATt, JUNE lbT. Tinwald Town Sections. \/TR T. BULLOCK has reoeived iYL struotloud to Sell by Publio Aaotnn at the Arotde on the nbovedato, Lots 871, 372, 373, 374, 375, 376, 377 each oontainiug about £-acre, tituated m Thompson street, Tinwald, near the Rale yards, These would make a very con* venient paddock. Terms Liberal, Sale at 12 o'olook. < •«\ BULLOCK, 6+lßl Auctioneer. SATURDAY, JUNE Ist, 6Du Near Winalow. 6JO MR T. BULLOCK hae reoeived instructions from the Proprietor to Sell by Publio Auction at the Aroade on Saturday, June Jet,— 2sß AcreßofLand near Window, being RS'a 21615, 20790, 20789, 20424, 20788, This was an early seleotion. The land is m very good heart for oropping. and well s tuated near the Winslow Railway station. Exceptionally liberal terms of payment, Inspeotlon Invited. Sale at 12 o'clock, T. BULLOCK, 52182 Auotloneer. SATURDAY, MAY 25th. 100 aores at Mount Bomers* MB T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mb Wm Smith to Sell by Poblio Anotion at the Armd« oa the above date,— loo Acres at Mount Somers, being U.S. 21511, situated about 1} miles from Mount Somers Railway Station on Bucdeuch Run, fenced, ana no orops have been taken off for 3 years. This was an early seleotion. Very liberal terms of payment, Sale at IS o'clook. T. BULLOCK, 5f141 Auotioneer. SATURDAY, MAY 25th. Houra and Seotion on North Town Bell and Seotion at Allenton, lUTR T, BULLOCK has reoeived ioiXJL ettuotlont from Mb H. R. Johnson (In consequence of his now residing at I Tlmsru) to sell by Public Auotlon at the i Aroide on SATURDAY, MAY 26th, His Freehold Seotion lot 9, containing £-aore, North Town Belt, on whioh Is ersoted a Cottage of four rooms and scullery, two oblmneys, and a good range. Also lot 19, containing about £-aora, Gross Street, Allenton. TbU offers a favorable opportunity for a person te acquire a freehold seotion and house on easy terms and at a low prloe. Insprotlon invited. Sale at 12 o'clook. T. BULLOCK, *145 . Auotloneer. THUBSDAY, 30m MAY. At 12 o'olook. A LFRBD HARRISON favored with jCX instructions from Mb B. NobribH, who has disposed of his business, will sell at the Butohery, Havelook street;— The whole of his FU&NITURB and EFFECTS, viz. :— Piano, m walnut, by Metzler, London ; rioh full tone, a beautiful instrument ; Harmonium, In walnut, by Alexandra ; Dining room Suite m hone hair ; 2 Lady's Chairs m leather ; 2 Handsome Fanoy Tables m walnut ; Bound Table, pedestal, m solid walnut ; Handsome Carpet 12 xl 2 V Linoleum, nearly new ; Fender ana Irons ; Cane seat Cbairs ; Waan Stand and Ware, Looking Glasses, Drawers, Sewing Machine, Kitchen Furniture, eto, eto. Also,— Valuable Langshau Fowls. Terms at Sale. ALFR~ED~ HARRISON, 5J179 Auetloneer. SATURDAY, 25th MAY, 1889, AT MAST STREET HORSE BAZAAR, At 1 o'olook. 5 Superior unbroken DRAUGHT £ COLTS AND FILLIES 0 WILLIAMS, and BLAND have received Instruotlons from Mrs John tfIMMO (East Taiert Otago) to eellby Public Auction at the above time and plaoa 5 Superior unbroken DRAUGHT £ COLTS and FILLTES 0 The Auctioneers have muoh pleasure m calling the attention of buyers to this lot of horses. Mrs Nimmo's name as a breeder is a sufficient guarantee as to their quality and breeding, she being t> large prize taker for yean at all the Southern shows. WILLIAMS AND BLAND, 6*161 Auctioneers. Clearing Sale. OHERTSE?. FRIDAY, 31sT~MAY, 1889, MR D. THOMAS has reoeived fustruotlonfe from "Mb h'. Ohilds, who Is leaving the Dlstrlot, tp sell by Pabllo Anotion, on FRIDAY, 3 lit May, 1889, the whcla of the Live and Dead Stook now on the farm, situated one mile Ashbucton side of Ohertsey, as follows, viz. :— fiOO OROSBBRBD SHEEP. Q DRAUGHT HORSRS, young, t7 Staunch and Sound. ■T TRAP HORSE. O H«ad of CATTLE. Luge quantity of Harne»s, 3 Saddles and 'Bridles, Duble-seated Buggy and Spring Cart, set Trap Harness. 2 Nearly new, D F PLOUGHS (Duno»n), S F PLOUGH. INew DUNCAN DRILL 19 ooulter, -1 New DUNCAN DRAY. -J TIP CART. Set Diso Harrows, Cambridge Boiler, °J> a "» Harrows, 2 MoOormiok Wine Binders, 6 Horse Covers, Iron Tank, 1 set 6 Leaf Harrows (new), 3 Horse power Chaff cutter and a large quantity of snndrlei. Sttck oat sheaves, feed, oata and wed whisht' i Sale at Wp'olop!;. Lunoh provided. The whole of the above Plant Is m first olass order. Mb Ohj.ldgj being a Meohanla having taken a pride In keeping it so. 5H60 ~ P, TSQMAB, .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2133, 24 May 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2133, 24 May 1889

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