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XYTE HAVE FOR SALE,— CRUSHED HORSE FEED VERY CHEAP, 8f134 FRIEDLANDER BROS. ftn&HDHRS are Invited fo» taking down JL old Grand Stand, and erecting new at theAfhborton Raoeoouree. Plata and Speclfioationa can be seen at my <ffio», Ten ers addrensed to the Obalrmau, Aehburton Raolng Club, will be received up to 5 p.m. on SATURDAY, 24th met, the lowest or any tender not necessarily aooepted. R. BIRD, B+ll3 Arohttept. niBNDERS are invited for Clearing X, about 140 acres at Ooldetream, Tenders to be sent m on or before August 22nd to John Siadbolme, juar., from whom ill particular! can be obtained. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Specifications at " Mail" office. 8*69 T. Bullock. ANDREW OUR will continue the Great Sale of DRAPERY and CLOTHING m the Arcade on SATURDAY, thk 24th. At 12.30 Sharp. (The Best of the Goods to be sold.) T. BULLOOK, 8 121 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 24th AUGUST. BUTCHERING BUSINESS AT TINWALD FOR SALE MR T. BULLOCK has received Instructions frtm Mb J. R. Corbigan (In coust quenoe of hla leaving the district) to Sell by Publio Anotion at tbo Arcade on the above date his property at Tinwald, being Lot 73, containing qaaiter-acre, corner of Agnes and Arohibsld Htreets, fronting the Railway, on wh'oh Is erected a Butchers shop with dwelling home attaohed, stabling, loose b xes, cart shed and other buildings, This property Is well situated, The purchaser will get the good-will of fchfl business, Liberal terms deolaared at sale. Sale at 12.15. T. BULLOOK, BCIIB8 C llB Anotionaer. A. Harrlflon. ASSIGNED ESTATE OF JOHN~ MEEOH. SATURDAY, 24th AUGUST ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions to Soil by Public Auction at his Roomp, The Stock m the above Estate, c?mprising Furniture of all kinds, IroD and Wood Bedsteads, single and double, Spiing, Flock, and Hair Mattresses, Oi'cloiha, Hardware, Crockery, Cutlery, Brnshware, Tinware, etc , eto. Ihe whole is new, m the best order, and will be sold AB3OLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE. FATURDAY, 24th AUGUST. S*ll7 ALF »»» HABBISON, • il7 Auctioneer

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2205, 21 August 1889

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