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S'TUBMIf AUGUST lOlh ojaopx "estate, W] ST KEF; ELD. CONTAIN ISO 1196 a o k b b H96 To bo told aa a wh"le or dlvlcel into &?-ia' P.. ma. MR T. BULUK X has rrc lve< IcEtraolioua 10. m tLt Pj.oPMl'.t h> to sell by Puhlio Auction p.t the A»-coi c oi SATUJiDiY, AU(SU^T lOru At 12 15, OROPI ESTATE, Oont'-inlng m oil 1166 Aorcs 0 rooi* 20 perches, B''a«t d m the W\'oterfiold Survey Disiriot, nbout 9 milsfrom ttieTinwald Roilvay B;<»tion. The Hotneatoad [a r.aly obont 40 Ohttini froii the Wo3to»fijld Rail \yav Station on the Mount Somer lln'c. Thfa b'.ock contalna 219 Acres 2Root>s 22 Perches Divided Into several paddock* wih vrel. grown live fences. The 1' nd Io o' first-olats qnility, snd one of the o*rliog se'oiHona <»r t'-o c 1.-brated Wo^e &M Eatatr. Thorn Is a wrll-built D^reHlcf 17003e of 9 rooms, aurroutided by planta tims, nlao Stable and Woo'shed snd othei hui'diTgs. 41 1 A CRES 2BOODS 17PERCHES Fronting the Wentejfi Id Koad at d | rui nlog back to tbe ABhburtou River. p»r ly fenood and d vided Into paddockn, a p -rfon of thin ia first-class Inn" 1 , nloo > ve ry early aolootlon. Tho part fronting »t the lliver is very Good Grez tig Land. Thlf block, If not tol \ as a wbolr, will bi divided Into several a'lotmentfl. 406 A CRES IBOOD 36PERCHES Close totbe Weeterfifild Railway Station belDg RS 28494, 28514, and S6OOB enced und cultivaieci, and vow inEn^l-Bti with extensive bluegam plaotaflons, R.S. 29220, 33013, to -tn'lninq 150 Acres lEood 25Perches also fenced and mostly m Eoglinh graßsoa, ■rontiag Government Road li'adinp U WeatirQold Kalliray Station. RS. 31922 8 Acres 8 Weatpt field Survey DJutriot, A large portion of ihie eatalo was a very early eeiectioD, tho p?ck of Woiteifbld district, having been selected and purohasod from the Crown by the late Charles Reed. Intending pun h<v?orß are respectfully invited to inspect this property. Exoep tionully liberal terms of payment. Full particulars on application. I Sale at 12 15. T. BULLOCK, 7"P05 Auctioneer.

SPECIAL ENTRY. SATURDAY, 10th AUGUST. "TTEQETABLE REEDS, Swrrox's. V Am. Kinds. ALFRED BABRISON, 8 36 .AticUom-er. SALE OF DKA PEHY AND OLOTHIKG BY AUCTION, MR A. ORR'S Sa'e of PRAPRRY will continue THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 12.30 each day. 8 29 D. THOMAS, Auottonorr. ASUBUBTON PERMANENT BUI 1 DING AND INVJttSTMKNf feOOIBIY npUE monthly &nd otlior pnyaienfs will X bo rtcoiv-.d at tho Oino?, Tancro^l Streot THIS DAY TUESDAY, 6th AUGUST, jmo&i 10 am. to 4 p.m., and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m EDWD. STEPHENS, Manager, Williams and Bland. SATURDAY, 10-jh AUGUST, AT EAST STREET HOUSE BAZ4AB, At 1 o'olook. sFirat-claßß GELDINGS X from Oamara 0 "TTTILLIAMS & BLAND h»ve received YV Inotractlocß from Mr John MoKay (Ngapara, Oemaru) to coll by Public Auction at tho above lime and place, — 1 B-y GELDING, 5 yeare, by Napoleao, fit to shift 3 ton*) 1 B.y GELDING, 4 years, I y Clydesdale Hero 1 Bay GELDING, 4 yoara 2 GKLDINGB, 5 yeara These ore a grand lot of Horses just oat of work, co that buyers may rely upon getting boraea fit to go to work at once. WILLIAMS & BLAND, 8+32 Aactioneur^. SATUJBDAY, 10th AUGUST. At Eitßt Streot Horse Bjztar. At 1 o'olook, WILLIAMS and BLAND have rcoelved inntraotions from a Client to sell by Public Aaotion,—

2 Fuperior DRAUGHT HOBSEB 1 Dray and Fromo (new) 1 Sot 6hafb Harness, 2 Sots Leading Harness, Plough Chains, Home Covers, &o. Also, ocoount other vendors,— 5 Draught MARES and GELDINGS 1 D.F Plough, 1 Single fnrrow do, Sot Harrows, 1 Set D^leo Harrowp, 1 Four-horeo Timber Truck, &o, &o. WILLIAMS & BLAND, B*3l Auctioneer;. ODDFELLOWS' HALL, ASHBURTON. Root's Sacred Historical Cantata "HEAIINGf HUH" TO^ILL be rendered by the Weaieyon " Obolr»nd other amateure, numberIng over 40 performer*, on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1889 Solo! ft a : MoodameoFlower and Gamble; Miss Steel, Meaars Flower and Miller. Planlat, Mlbb Kldd ; Leader, Mr Fleming Conductor, Mr Gamble. Appropriate decorations, eta., etc, eto; ' Proceeds for Church Funda. Admi-mion: Front seats 2a, baok eeati 10. 1 Doom open At 9.30 ; Oant»t» 8 o'olooV. ,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2192, 6 August 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2192, 6 August 1889

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