T. Bullock ' '' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st. EN-i'tir., YOUNG DIGBY, , FOR SALE. MR T. BULLOCK has received instruct ions from Mb Geokgi ' Osbobnk, to Sell by Pablio Auotlon m the ArovJo on L BATURDAI", SEPTEMBER 21st. Hia Eatlre YOONG DIGBY, by Digbj 1 Grand. Salo sfter the Parade. "~T. BULLOOK, 9*116 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st, Ashburton Horse Parade. SALE OF ENTIRE 3AT THE AROADE MR T, BULLOCK has received instructions from J. GBIGG, J"sq, to sell by Public Auo'ion at tbe Aroado on SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, Immediately after the Parade Tbe Entire, "PKINC3 FBEDERICK.'' Dark brown, 4 years, standing 16 bands 2 inches ; 1y " Berlin " (importod) out of a •" Lottery " mare, aud bred by the l*te Robert Wilkin. Took first prize bs a 3 year old at the last Aehburton Show, ALSO,— The Thoroughbred Entire, j "MONTKO3HV' Chestnut, 6 years, 16 hands 3it ches ; bred at Middle Park; by Apremont (imported) out of Fleuranße (imported . ) For full pedigree ses N Z. Stud Bo Ic. Terms at Sale. "~T. BULLOOK, 9*104 Auotioneer. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st. TO OAPITALIBTsT~SBESPOWNERS, | AND OTHERS. Important Sale 04* 4323 A OSES, BLACKFORD ESTATE, OPPER RAKAIA. MR T. BULLOOK bas received Instructions to SELL BY PUBLIO AUCTION, AT THE AROADE, ON SATUEDAY, SEPT. 21, THE HOMESTEAD BLOCK OF BLACKFORD ESTATE, Containing — 4323 A° B Es - Situated about eleven miles from tbe township of Methven, and about four miles from tbe Upper Rakaia Traffio Bridge. A considerable portion of Ibis bas been ooltlvated, and a large proportion of the land is of good quality. Thero Is a dwolllng-house of Seven Ro»mi«, large Wool.bed, Stable, Shearers' Cottage and other buildings erected «:n tho pioperty. Lately tbe^e hava boen ncm-^rous ei,qu ; rles for Sbeep Farms, and tbis < ffera a favorable opportunity to those desirous of investing. It is possible the puroh.eer may be able to Lease Crown Lands adjolnlug. Inspection luvlted. Terms at Sale. Salo at 12 o dock. T. BU'.LOOK, 9*37 Auctioneer. SEPTEMBER 24. TINWALD SALE YAED3. speoialTentry. a aa orossbred hoggets a a a ~~t. bullock. 9*136 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th. House and Seotlons near the Woollen Faotory, Alford Forest Road, MT. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr R, J. Hughes to Bell by Publio Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, Sept. 28 h LOTS 66, 67, 68 fronting Andrew street, Allenton, eaoh oontalnlng nearly \ .ere. On Lot 66 there is a capital Oottage of 4 rooms with scullery. This property is convenient'y situated near the Faotory and will be sold on liberal terms of payment. Inspeotlon Invited. Sale at 12.15. T. BULLOOK. 91137 Auotioneer. _-_-_-_WW___«_.---M-M-M-_»---» ASHBURTON HORSE PARADE. SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, 1889 At East Street Horse Bazaar. WILLIAMS AND BLAND bave reoeived instructions from Mb Thos Tiison to sell by Publio Auotlon at tbe above time and plaoo,— THE OLYDESDALE STALLION Foreign Policy. Sire Lord Beaoonsfield, by Orown Pilnoe, dam Poll by Prinoe Charlie ' dam Maud by King Fergat, dam Darling. Darling was Imported by John Maofab LANK, Fsqr, of Coldstream, Rangiora t from Tasmania, and is the wloner i f many prizes. ( FOREIGN POLIOY Is a dark bay horse, i rising 5 years old, stands 17 banda high' with fine bone and feet of the most desirable kind and superior aotlpn. Williams" & bland, 9*123 Auctioneers. ASHBURTON HORSE PARADE SALE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st, 1889. At E»st Street H.ree Beaiar immediately after the Parade. "TTTILLIAMS & BLAND have received VV instructions from Mb J. R. Sewbll, Oamaru, to sell by Pablio Auction at the above time and pLoe. The Purebred Clydesdale Entire Marquis of Fife Sire Prinoe Victor, dam Maggie Lander 11. by Banker.' Full pedigree at Sale, WILLIAMS & BLAND, 1 ?|l3? Aoet'ogoeri,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2231, 20 September 1889
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