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BATURDAT , AUGUST 24th. ' TO CAPITAL* TS. SPFOULA.TORS AND OTHERS. MOST IMPORTANT SALK OF ASHBrTBTOJN' and RAKAIA TOWN SECTION?, A nnmber of which a*e OB n TBA LLY SITU ATBiD. !\JT B T. BULLO O X has receive JLfjL instructions from tbo Executor cf tho late M. H. Okam to Sell by Public Aaution at the Aroads oa SATURDAY, AUGUST 24th, O A SKOTIONi", TOWNT OF Q A __JtC ASHBURTON, __J-_fc At followa, v'z. T.S. 143, c.m'.ni .Ing frontieg Ba'n.tt S;reeJ, V\'e*t 201, 202 i-ach containing aore, altUited At the corner of Baroett, Park and Havelook streets. 195 oontalnlng J -aore, Barnett street ♦rett, adj iiutng Mesara Fried lander B-oV property 208 »nd 209, oaoh containing Havelock street weit, adjolulng tbe NZL and Moroantlle Agency Company', property, and opposite the Pabio Library 179. containing £-_cr., fronting Bur* ueit street 180. cont.lnin^ i aoro, _dj»inlog 181. o Mitalulog J-acre, corner of Oses and Burnoii street, adjoining the abovo 182 containing J-aore, corner of Oass Mid Havelock streets, 128 aad 129, eaoh oontalnlng £-aore, Tancred street weo*, sltaatea near tbe Bank of Ansiralasla 120, 121, 123, each oontalnlng £ acre, bavlng three frontages on Moore, Park, and Tanored t tree to, i (nd near tbo English Oboroh 95 containing £ acre, Moot© Street. 328, 329, 330 uach containing £-aore, Bornett Btraet East. 677.678, 679 pach containing J-acre, Havelook S.reet East. 690, oon'alulng J -aore, Oameron Street East. 737 oontalnlng £aore, Wills Street r_»it. Also, at same time and plaoe, — -| q SEOTIONS t q In the Township of Bakaia, as follows : — TS.'s 26, 83, 86, 121, 124,208,214, 216, 218, 292, 292, 295, 297. On reference to the Maps of the Town* ships It will bs observed a number of those Seotions are centrally shouted, having been purchased from the Orown at some of the first oaleß, and some adjoin long established baßlneßa premises, and In the coor.e of a few years eboold prove very remunerative Investments. Terms 10 per oent o»ah, 10 por .cent la foar months, tbe balance within twelve months. All bearing interest at 6£ p<:r oent per annum, S/_le at 11.30 o'clock, T. BULLOOK, B*so Auotioneer. MR D.THOMAS has received Inst rue tions from the Holder of the BUI of Sale to Set by Pnblio Aaotlon at BULLOCK'S AROADE, ON SATURDAY, 17th AUGUST, At 12 3Q riharp. -| Brood MARE -j" Brown FILLY 2 years •I Draught GSLDIKG Q „ MARES Q Obestnut HAOKS 1 MoOormick BEAPER AND BINDER -f 3-Horse DRAY and FRAME Q OOWS In milk -i Set 4-Leaf HARBOWS And SUNDRIES. D. THOMAS, B*llo Auotioneer. ■■M , *»*~M*'--_W_*M***************ai__-P>**_^ SATURDAY, 17th AUGUST, 1889. At East Street Horse Bazaar. At 1 o'clock. SPEOIAL ENTRY, WILLIAMS & BLAND have reoeived Instructions to Sell by Publio Auction at the above time and plaoe — 1 HORSE. We can thoroughly recommend this horse as being perfectly quiet for a Lady or Child to trust. -J BUGGY 1 SET HARSESS, WILLIAMS & BLAND, Btloß Anctioneers. SATURDAY, 17th AUGUST, 1889. AT EAST STREET "HORSE BAZAAR, At 1 o'clock. 6 Superior DRAUGHT MARES and /> GELDINGS, 4to 6 years old 0 WILLIAMS and BLAND havo received instructions from a Client to sell by Publio Auction at the above time and place— 6 Superior Draught MARES and GELD* INGS, 4 to 6 years. 0 Upstanding HARNESS HORSES On account other vendors. ty Draught MARES and GELDINGS. -I Good HACK. 1 BUGGY MARE, 4 years, by Chancellor, very quiet. On aoconnt Client. B».y MARE, 7 years, very (staunch. -j Spring DRAY WILLIAMS & BLAND, 8*92 Auctioneers* SATURDAY, I?th AUGUST 1889. AT EAST STREET HORBE BAZAAR. At 12 o'olock. WILLIAMS & B^AB-D -rill, sell by Pablio Anotton 4-00 Bußhel> eed oftt * 200 Buihß,a Seed °* tB ' n *- QO Bushels Prlnae Taroan 0-~4 Wheat 1 -J ty fiogs Wheat, flt for horse £J A Bage Chick Whe>t Q Tons Oat sir.w Ohtff O Tona Q%t Sbeif (*hts W . Tona Dorw§l '* PM-towi £ A Raibels Rye Grs.s Seed. o«n« WILLIAMS & BLAND, 8t *W . AttOtioßW,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2201, 16 August 1889

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