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SATURDAY, 29th JUNE. L Town Pections 312, 313 315, Eavelock Strett I as r , for Absolute Bale I ]\yf ß T - BULLOCK has received JLVJL instructions f 1 ora Messrs Aotand akd Babns, Ag nts for the l'u'tlio Trustee, to Sell by Public Auotion at the c Aroade on BATQBDAY, JUNE 29ih, d T.B.« 312, 313, 315, eaoh obtaining 0 £'Bore, fronting Havelook s.reet 0 Kait. These Sections must be sold to olose the Ea tale. 1 Sale 6t 12 o'olook. I ~"t bullock, B 6 §94 Anotloneer. ( SATURDAY, JUNE 29ih. •• _ __ Shop and Dwelllnghouae, together with j i-aore Land at Allenton. 9 l\/f R T * BULLOCK has reoelved Inuf±. straotlons from Mb Altoed Cook 1 In ooneequdnoe of his leaving tor England) > to Sell by Publio Auotion at the Aroade, on 1 Saturday, june 29nt, His Property at Allenton, being Lot 24, containing £-aore, fronting Winter's Boad, on which Is erected a Com* forfcable Dwelllng-Houee and Shop. An eoergetio man could do a very profitable baiineaa here. There are a number of full bearing frnlt trees and other improvements } it S Is a desirable property. Th« land i isoffirit olass quality. ; Terms liberal at sale. ' Bale at 12 o'olook. T. BULLOCK, 6J125 Aoetloneer. SATURDAY, JUNE 29tE IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE SUBURBAN PBOPE&TY AT QAMPSTBAD. MR T. BULLOCK (io conjunction with Mb Ueurok Jameson) has received instructions from Mb F. T. Mato to sell by Publio Auction at the Aroade on SATURDAY. Jane 29th, at 12 nooo, a number of bllotmento fronting Wakanni itoad East, and Oxford Street, Hamnstead, us follow*, viz 1 Lots 257, 268, 259 each contalnirg one acre, Corner of East Belt and Oxford Btieet. 1 Block adjoining containing about 4 acres, 1 Block oontainlog about 6 acres 2 Blooks eaoh containing about 5 acres and know as the bone mill paddock. Ihii is all first olass land, The lots fronting Wakanui Boa<S are very eligible Bites for private residences, and the portion fronting Oxford Street is very suitable for a market garden or small padt'ocks for. persons living m or. near town. Thin property being so oentrally situated should, m the course of a few years prove a very remunerative invest* mend. Easy terms of payment. T. BULLOCK. 6»102 Anotloneer. SATURDAY, JUNE 22nd, AT EAST STREET HORSE BAZAAR. At 1 o'olook, WILLIAMS & BLAND will Sell by Pa bile Auotion, on tcoount W. C, Walkbb, Eiq , Valetta,— 2 Unbroken COLTS, 5 years by Tribune, weight carriers. On acoount Client from Temuka. Q Snperior Draught MARES -1 Grand Buggy Horse On account another Client. Q Usef nl droughts O Ups- anding hacks and Buggy horses The well known Raoehorso Eolipse Acoount another Client; Q Unbroken Draught COLTS Also on Aesouot of other Vendors. pf Useful Draughts O HACKS Q Good Springers -J Strong Spring Trap (nearly new) -j Sot Spring Trap Harnoui -f Fram Dray and Frame D.F. Plough, bet 4-Leaf Harrows, Diao Harrowp, McOormiok Twiue Binder, 60 Sack* of chick wheat, 12 ««ck« Feed Barley, 3 tons Oaten Straw Chaff, Potatoes, Bran, Sharps, Suite Horse Hair Furniture, Chest Drawers, Waebstands and ware, Chairs and a lot of sundries. WILLIAMS & BLAND, 6(132 Auctioneers. SATURDAY, 22itd JUNE, 1889. At East Street Horso B«&aar. At 1 O'olook, 8 Superior Draught MARES and Q GELDINGS, 3to 5 years old. Q TTTILLIAMB &BLAND have received VV Inatruotlocs from Mr Jamib Stabs, to Bell by Pabllo Auotion at the above time and pltoe, — 8 Superior Draught MARES and Q GELDINGS, 3to 5 years old. O Tbe Auctioneers have muoh pleasurt In reoommendlng this lot of Horses to the publio They ara all yoaog and sound and grand sorts. WILLIAMS & BLAND, J 6 128 Auot : oneera. 1.T.N.0.T.G.A.0.T.U. « ASERW°J to MASONS will be » l.re»oh 0 m St. Stephen's Ohnroh « by the Rbv B. A. Soora, on SUNDAY, 1 Jone23rd. t BRETHREN are requested to assemble ( at the Masonlo Hall, at 2 p.m. * Visiting Brethren Invited. l White Ties and Gloves.— No Regalia. < E. J. PAUL, W.M., Somerset Lodge. H, M. JONES, W,M,, St. John's Lodge. J. OOOK BURN, R.W.M., Thistle Lodge. W, H, QOMOBR, jfl 121 Stouter?,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2154, 21 June 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2154, 21 June 1889

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