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_ D. Thomas Dissolution of PartaeisMp. 1645 aoj*e3ofl^nd. X 645 DRA.UGBT STALLI3N. PHIZ'S HORSES AND POSIBJS. PRIZE AYRSHIRES. , GOOD SHKEP, IMPLEMENTS, &.\ 3 STACKS OF OATS, MR D. THOMAS h« rccsived inefcruaUoiis ir^m Mkssps Clafk 8k03., of Dr mote, (vho are dissolving Partaerahlp) to nsll by Publio Auction on the f »rm known q» Whits s, loj? Drom >tt Railway Slav 100, on FRIDAY, ll.li APRIL, 1890, The whole of the Land ccmprlsed In the farms known as Whites at d Woodiands, containing 1645 aoreß more or lesa. •—Alo~ AL rof-M'P 17 DRAUG iT, Gelding st.d Mir.-, O ud PR!ZE PONIES, wbtch, as n lut, cannot ba beaten Id Cant' rhury. ALL <t iha\t PBIZB AYRSHIRE Herd, 42 Head, diSJcnc'ei from M ggie Waroock atd old Sir RidmonJ. ii AA l>t Croon fall month 770 OfCiMbicd lamb^« -| p? Longbeioh Lafosßt.'r RAMS.

Also— Splead'd P ant conslsti -g of 5 F«rm Drayß with Fram g t Spring Dray, Old Buygy, 3 McOcrmtck String B ndors, 22t. B oadonst r-'ow'ng Machinee, Stripper, Troughs, Slack*miths 1 and Uarpcnteia 1 Tools', 4 f-'ete 4 Leaved Harrows, 21 Eforse-covers Large quantity of good HarnoßP, 20.0 Empty Becks, Barb and i Plain Wire, 2 Cambridge Rollrrs, 5 400-Gallon Tanks Portable Whare D'bo Harrows, JUuncaa D.ill, 4 3-farrow Ploughs with pear complete. 3 Biding Siddlea, a d a very large qtuniity of awful tun Irios. vTbe attention of Breeders, Farmers snd o lbora Is especially dtieo cd to this i?ale, Comment on my put regarding the quality of tbe animllo Is however rmderad almost a-inecesßuy bo tho mjjriiyof them are will known, having baen pr!zit»kers it many cf the Agr;cu!tuf»l Ehone in tbe Pfovlnce. 1 have biei reqiea od to lat-'mato that Moaais C'atk Bios will no 1, allow »cy ixri Stock to bo offjred at ih a eaie co that B ye--n ma- d.-poi fl tbey are pu cbißDg TdIKJK, STUCK only— % ga nntei lr« It elf tnm Ihey are es repro3eat3d, vs., Fi«STCL\bB. Evo.y lot ff;roJ wl!l bi Sod to tho Highest Bid •% N B P«3£on?era ftom Chriifohnrch by (ha 7.30 tr»la wi.l bo at D omoro In time for theiae, elso thoso by First train from Fimara. T.im> eifiy, »t S 3 ]e. luochcoa PrcTlded. Sale atl2o'o!cfk. D. THOMAS, tlso AchbuEt,or>.

SATURDAY, APRIL 12th. Section and Cottage at Hampstead, MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from the Executors of the late John Molyneaux to sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on the above date, — LOT 117, Wellington Street, Hampstead, on which is erected a small Cottage now in the occupation of Mrs Leahy. Inspection invited. Sale at 12 noon. T. BULLOCK, 4J36 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 12th APRIL. Old Athletic Sports Grounds. - MR T. BULLOCK will sell by Public Auction on the above date, on j account of the Mortgagees the old Athletic Sports Grounds, situated on the Town Belt, Easb, containing 5 acres 27 perches. Persons desirous of purchasing a small block of land close to the town are invited to inspect this and attend the Sale, Terms very Liberal. Sale at 12 noon. T. BULLOCK, 4§28 . Auctioneer, TINWALD YARDS. TUESDAY,"™ APEIL. SPECIAL ENTRIES. -| C)(\ FatLrmbs Q0 O st ross ■ljam^s ' 1 000 Half"bred ewes 2 to 6 | OHfjA Merino Ewes. 1 9 0 Fat Lambs> J. T. FORD, Auctioneer. GEO. JAMESON, Agent, Ashburton

BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE Q OCIETY IBLE JOOCIETY "13 EV TT rp 13 OB JOHNS, of Sydney, will (D.V.) preach on SABBATH, 13th inst., in the Wesleyan Church at 11 a.m., and in the Oddfellows' Hall, for the Baptist Church, at 6.30 p.m. on behalf of the above Society. A UNITED SERVICE for Sabbath Schoo] Scholars will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall at 3 p,m, to be addressed by Mr Robjohns, THE AWMJAL PJBLIC MEETING Will (D.V.) be held on MONDAY, 14th, at 7.30 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church, Rev A. M. Beattie in the chair, the meeting to be addressed by Rev H. T. Robjohns. The following gentlemen will also take part: —Revs E. A. Scott, J. N. Buttle, A. Biake, Messrs J. H. Tweiityman,'a'ncl!ftlaj or Steward. " .447 j } . i

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2393, 5 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2393, 5 April 1890

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