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I ASHB JRXON TOWN SBOTiONfI FOR ! BALtf. MR T. BULLOCK has received In struodone from Mb a. G. Oook to sell by Pabllo Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, JUNE 29ra the following Town beotions, viz , T.S. 318 Havelook Stroet, 689 well sltnatßd la Cameron Siree',7ll centrally slUutad In Wills Street near the Central Hotel, 746 Peter Street. Inspection Invited. Sale at 11 SO o'olnok. T. BULLOOK, 6f45 Auctioneor. SATURDAY, 29th JUNE. ' Town flections 312, 313, 315, Eavelock Street Fas*, for Absolute Sale MR T. BULLO O X has received instructions from Messbs AotAifD AKD Babns, Ag nta for the PubHo Truetee, to Soil by Public Auotion at the Arcade on SATURDAY, JUNE 3 29rH, T.B.s 312, 313, 315, each containing fronting Havelook svreet East, These Sections must be sold to close the Estate. Sale at 12 o'olook. ~~~T BULLOOK, 6§94 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, JUNE 29ih. A B ; ock of about 30 aorqa well situated, opposite tbe Woollen Factory frontlnß Winter's Roa^, part of the celebrated Tanored and Allen's Estate. MR T, BULLOOK has received ioitruotlons from the Proprietor to sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, June 29th, about 30 AORB8 ' 30 Dlrided la to allotment! varytag tn «>sa from 1 to 5 acres, fronting Winter and Middle RoaoV, Allenton, adjalnlng Mr D. Williamson's property. Tbe laud Is of a very good quality and well situated, magnificent site for * private reildenoe, or would make oon venient paddocka frh'oh are often inquired for near t>wn. Liberal terms of payment . SMe at 12 30 o'olook, T. BULLOPK, 65142 Anatlineer. SATURDAY, JUS 8 29th. Shop and Dwellingbouse, together with £-aore Land at Allenton, MR T. BULLOOK has reoelvod Inatraatiooß from Mb Alfred COOK In consequence of his leaving for England) to Sell by Pabllo Auotion at the Arcade, on SATURDAY, JvJNE 29ih, Hll Property at Allonton, being Lot 24, conttlnln? $-acre, fronting Winter's Road, on which la ereoted a Com* fortable Dwelling Houee and 8hop« An energetic man could do a very profitable business here. There are a number of fall bearing fruit trees and other Improvements ; It (b a desirable property. Tbe land is of first o!asB quality. Terms liberal at sale. _. Sale at 12 o'olook. T. BULLOOK, (JJI26 AnoHonpnr SATORDAY, JUNE 29th. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE SUBURBAN PROPERTY AT HAMPSTBAD, MR T. BULLOCK (m conjunction with Ma Geobob Jameson) has received instructions from Mb F. T. MaTO to sell by Public Auotion at the Arcade on SATURDAY, Jnne 29tb » ** 12 n00D » a number of allotments fronting Wakanul Road East, and Oxford Street, Hampatead, as follows, viz , Lots 257, 268, 259 each oontainirg one aore, Corner of Wakanui Boad and Oxford Stieet. 1 Block adjoining containing about 4 acres. 1 Block containing about 6 acres 2 Blocks each containing about 5 acres and know as the bone mill paddock This is a l l first class land, The lots fronting Wakanui Boad are very eligible sites for private residences, and >he po< tion fronting Oxford Street is very sniUble for a market garden or small paddocks for persons living m or near town. This property being so centrally situated should, m the course of a few years prove a very remunerative investment. i Easy terms of payment. T. BULLOOK. $#102 Auctioneer. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. FRIDAY, sth JULY. On the Premises, Cameron Street, West. At 12 o'olook. "TinriLLIAMS & BLAND have received W lostruotlocs from Mb Jamks Pbootob, to Bell by PubHo Auotion at the above time and plaoe, — All his Valuable Household Furniture and Effects. Filler particulars In future isiue. WILLIAMS & BLAND, 6 171 Auotloneßrß._ SATURDAY.TUNE 29m. AT EAST STREET HORSE BAZAAR. At 1 o'olook. 5 SUPERIOR MARE 3 AND X QELDINQS. O WILLIAMS and BLAND have received instructions from Mr P. Mamgak, of Palmerston Soutb, to Sell by Public Auotion, at the sbove time and place,— 13 year old FILL*, by " What 1 * Wanted." 1 4 year old FTLLY, by " Bouter 1 Johnny." 26 year old MABF3, by "Bob the Banter." -| 6 year old GBLDING. These are a good lot of Howes just out of woik, and well worthy the attention of buyers. They will arrive on Thursday night by express train. WILLIAMS & BLAND, 6+155 Auctioneers. LOST. BUNOH of keys, between Post Offioe and D'gby* Bridge, Finder iewsrdtd on leaving wmp at Oftca ef this

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2160, 28 June 1889

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