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SATURDAY, JUNE 15. At tho Arcade. "1 F\f\ FRIJII ' TREES, principally _L O\J A^ple, Sa'e at 12 30 o'clock. 6j82 T. BULLOOK, A notions SATURDAY, JUWE 16th. Clearing Sale or HARDWARE, &c. MR T. BULLOOK (m conjunction I with Mr D. Thomas) h*o received struotiona to Clear the BALANCE of MoOiLLUM and OO.'b STOOK of HARDWARE, c insisting of— HOUSEHOLD and GENERAL IRONMONGERS, including Lamp?, Wringers, Mangles, Holloware, Cutlery, Fenders, Fire Irons, Hewing Machines. Also, —Farcy OrooVery, Tea Setp, Vases, GioobvUb, &0., and a Great Variety of Useful Articles too numerous .to mention. p£t~ All must be oleared without reserve. Sale at 12 o'clock. D. THOMAP, 6+93 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, JUNE 15th. Desirable Suburban property for sale by order of the Morgagee. MR T. BULLOOK has received Instructions to sell by Pnbllo Auction, on t>oo«uot and by order of the Mortgagee, »t the Arcade on SATURDAY Jane 15 a desirable property at Hampatead being LOT 125 containing \ aore fronting Nelson street on whloh is ereoted a well built brick Hoaae of 2 Rooms and now m the occupation of Mb John Blaib. Easy terms of payment. T. BOLLOCK, t49 Auctioneer. ASHB JRTON TOWN SECTIONS FOR SAl.tf. MR T. BULLOOK has received In struotlone from Mr A. G. Goox, to sell by Publlo Auctiou at the Aroade on SATURDAY, JUNE 22nd the following Town heotions, viz , T.S. 318 Havelook Stroet, 689 well situated Io Cameron Street, 711 o en 1 rally situated In Wills Street near the Central Hotel, 746 Peter Street. Inspection Invited. Sale at 11.30 o'clock. T. BULLOOK, g-f-45 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, JUNE 22. Land m tbe Binds Districts. 486 A0 ~ E " 486 MR T, BULLOCK has received instructions frcm the Proprietor to bell by Pablic Auction at the Arcade on BATURDAT, 22ND JONE. 486 acres Hind* Survey District, being R.S. 27607, 200 acies adj 'ining Mr Chif-nall'a property, and 286 aores being part of H,S, 31564, near Maronan Station all unimproved ; will be sold on very easy terms of p»yment. Fnll particulars can be obtained on application. Sala at 11 30. tTbullock, 6+46 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, JUNE 22Np. Unimproved land near the Hinds Railway Station. MR T, BULLOOK has reoelved ioitruotlons to sell by Publlo Auotion at the Aroade on the above date, on aeoonnk and by order of the Mortgagees, 267 AORBS 267 2 Roods 16 Perobes Being R!S.'s 33344 and 33345 situated about 1$ miles from the Hinds Railway Station This land is unimproved; good Sheep Country, and will be sold at a low prloe »nd on liberal terms. Interest only 6 per oent. Sale at 11.30. T. BULLOOK, 6547 Auctioneer, SATURDAY, JU^E 22nd, TO FARMERS, CAPITALISTS, AND UTJBfIRa IMPORTANT SALE OF 1947 Acres 1947 AT RAKAIA Divided into THREE FARMS. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from M'bssrs L. and Ei Oosfßs, to Bell by Publlo Auction at the Aroade, Ashburton, on SATURDAY, JU&E 22hd, At 1130, 1947 ACRES, situated between 6 and 7 miles fri m Rakaia Township, anq about lh miles f^om tliei Sbmerton Railway Station, divided into 3. Farms an follows, viz; ,— No J-684. ACRES all fenced with live fences, about 200 Acreß ploughed ready for Crop. The remainder is also suitable for cropping, having been m English graeaes for about 6 or 7 yeais. No 2—666 ACHES In one Paddook all m English grasaes. No 3 -697 ACHES divided into three Paddooks, 150 Acres In JtSngliah grasaes, the remainder m stubble and suitable for cropping this year. There is a Stable of 8 Stalls with Storeroom attached on this. This offers a favorable opporsnnlty of persona acquiring improved, Farms, very suitable for all round farming. This Land has produoed Borne of the beat crops grown "on tb.9 Bakaia. It la a favorite locality and well Bi^uated, intending purchaser,* are respectfully invited to iQipoot e&me and attend the Bale, Liberal terms of payment. tTbullook, 6*48 Auctioneer. —————— mmmmmpmipi |«. flj I coldutreada road board. 'mENDERS are invited for shingling JL Surveyor's and Boundary Roads. Five hundred yards (more or less) m each I road ; also for picking stones off Lowollffe and South Roads, about nine miles „ Specifications may be seen at V Guardian " GfjSLoe.' Tenders will be acq.aptad at my J hotfse up to 12, o'clock, on fijON^AY, 17th Jane. X, H DOBBON, Oqitrnjiß Qo]d|k|i|m Roa.d tyawd,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2148, 14 June 1889

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