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c Auctions 1 SATURDAY, 29th JUNE. Town Peotiona 312, 313 315, Eavelool t< Street i 1 as*-, for Absolute (Sale MB T. BULLOCK has reeeivet instructions from Messrs Aolani and Babns, Ag nts for the lubli< n Trustee, to Sell by Pablio Auction at the Arcade on SaTUBDAY, JUNK 29th, T.tt.'e 312, 313, 315. < aoh o utairiing trontiog Haveloo^ B.reei , itva. 5 These Sections must be sold to close the Estate, 3 Sale at 12 o'olock. 7 ™ BULLOCK, a 6 §94 Auctioneer. t ■ -—*—"■ ' — Houie and Section, Conveniently Situated East Town Belt. MB T. BuLLOCK has received infractions from Mb W. S. Dolman, to Sell by Publio Auotlon at the Aroade on SATURDAY, JUNE 29th, His freehold allotment No 87, containing 38 peroheß, corner of Oontlntr •tion of Grey Street and Gre«c Lane, and oloae to the Town Belt, East, on which Is erected a 3 roomed Dwellloghouee, This Property will be sold at a low price, and on liberal terms. Inspection Invited. Sale at 12.30. T. BULLOCK, 6+137 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, JUNE 20ih. A Block of about 30 aores well sUpated, opposite the Woollen Faotory fronting Winter's Roac, pact of the celebrated Tanored and Allen's Estate. MB T, BULLOCK has received instructions from the Pioprietor to sell by Publto Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, Jane 29 tb, about 30 AOK * S> 30 Divided into allotments varying m b'z< from 1 to 6 acres, fronting Winter and Daidole Roads, AHenton, adjoining Mr D. Williamson's propetty The laud 1b of a very good quality and well situated, magnificent oite for a private reaidence, or would make oonvenient paddooka which are often inquired tor near town. Liberal terms of payment. S*le at 12 30 o'olook, T. BULLOCK, 6£L42 Auothneer. SATUUDaY, 29th JUNJfi. Suburban Seoiiona for Sale by AuoJon at AUenton. WILLIAMSJ& BLAND have>eoelved Instruotloaa from the Ownei to Sail by Public Auotion at their Rooms, Bait Street, on SATURDAY, 29tH JUNE, LOTS 9 aod 10, Creek Koad, AUenton, j pact of Walih'e piddoofc, fenoed with Live fenoes, and adjoining the property of Mr T. E. Kllworth, Terms Liberal at Sale. Sale at 12 o'clock. WILLIAMS & BLAND, 6t140 Auctioneer-. SATURDAY, 29th JUtfE. Cheap Seoiiona for Sale by Auotlon. WILLIAMS AND BLAND have received instructions fromMRjANB, to Sell by Publio Auotlon at their East Street Boomi, on the above date, — LOTd 1, 4 and 5, South street, Trevorton. These Seotlons will be sold oheap, and en liberal terms. Bale at 12 o'olook, WILLIAMS & BLAND. 6t141 Auctioneers. "^ Public ttotlo eB NBWZBALAND RAILWAYS. | TIME-TABLE ALTERATIONS, ON and after the 28th lost, the train leaving Monnt Somers for Ashburton at 7.55 am,, will start at 8.10 a.m., and run 15 minutes later than its present times ; and tbe train now leaving A«hburton for Timaru on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 440 p.m., will itirt at 3.45 p.m., and be due from Tlnwald at 3.55 p.m., Window, 4.11; Hindi, 4.35 ; Rangttata, 6.18 ; airlvlng at Timaru at 7.0 p.m. __ BYOBDEB. RINK DE PARIS THE HAT AND CAP CAEKEVAL POSTPONED' POSTPONED TILL SATURDAY JUNE 29th. On account of the wet weather. Tbe Rink will be open as usual WEDNESDAY COMING— MABEL SYLVESTER R. ELBTON, Manager Alfred Harrison, AogxxttcnjiJßß, stock and ijistat AGJtfiNT AND VALUATOR. SATURDAY SALE~at It o'olook iharr —Hones, Oattle, Pign, Prodnea »nd Merohandiae, Farming Implements and Yehlolei of all kinds constantly m Yardi •< on view FOR SALE. Clearing Sales held m town or Oountry as required, and most liberal termi arranged with both Buyers and Sellers. L mO LET— Shops In Ooleman's Bulld- ■ X ings. Reduced rents. Good brick o buildings handsome »hop». 3 FOR SALE. 5 AORES LA.ND, well planted and fenoed ; Oottsge, water raoe. One mile from Tinwald Title dear Very haap Apply ALFRED HARRISON. AOBNT FOR THE ; Norwich Onion fire Insurance : Company. r ALFREO "HARRISON,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2158, 26 June 1889

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