SATURDAY, APRIL 12th. Section and Cottage at Hampstead, MR. T. BULLOCK has received instructions from the Executors of the late John Moltnbaux 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, 4|36 Auctioneer.
TZ EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES Jt\- cure Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis. Medical testimony states that no other medicine is so effectual in the cure of these dangerous maladies. One Lozenge alone gives ease, one or two at bedtime ensures rest. For relieving difficulty of breathing they are invaluable. - They contain no opium nor any violent drug. Sold by all Chemists, in Tins, Is 1M and % 9d each.
D. Thomas Dissolution of Partnership. 1645 AojaßsoFLANi>-1645 DRAUGHT STALLION. PRlZffi HORSES AND POKIKS. PRIZE AYRSHIRES. GOOD J3HEEP, IMPLEMENTS, &o, 3 STACKS OF OATS. MR 1). THOMAS h»o recalvad ia6tcnof.ionc from Messrs Clai'K J Bros., of Dr morp, (vbo ace diasolviug Partuerahlp) to bsII by Pablfo Auction on ths farm known as White's, oca« Dvomjte I Railway StatioD, on ■ FSIDAY, lift APRIL, 1890, The whole of the Land comprised in the farms kaown a« Whites ned Wcodiands, contalclog 1645 acroa oioro or loaf. —/> L ao — ALuof thele PislZ & DRAUGHT, Golding and M-irw, and PRIZE PO NIKS', which, <»a a lot, cannot ba beaten la Canterbury, ALL <-f ihoip PftlZK AYRSHIRE Herd, 42 Efl4d, deacocded fromM'ggle Warnook and old Sir Redmond.
11 AA l-t Croaa fall mou^h ±I\JU KWE • 770 O:CB3brtd LAMBS, -1 p? Lmgbeich Lelosieter EAMSI
Also— Sp'eadid P.."»at ccibhEb i"g of 5 Farm Druys with Frames, fcpiing Diay, Old Buj?gy, 3 McOortulck String B ndere, 22ft. B'oadcaßt t-ow ng Machintß, Stripper, Troughs, ijlackstnithB 1 and (jarpen tera 1 Tools, 4 fete 4 Leaved 9arrows, 21 jßorso-covfcra Large quantity of good Barnes^, 20 10 Empty t-.Kcks, Barb and Plain Wire, 2 Onuibridge Wollnrs, 5 400-Gallon Tanks Portable Whare
D!ac Ha:rowß, Duncan Drill, 4 3-furrow Pionjiha with pear oomplero. 3 tiding luddl";?, a. d n Very lur^o quantity o£ useful tun iries.
Tho aiieotlou of Breeders, Furmera and otbora is especially riheced to this Sale, GomEjont od my purt regarding the quality of tho animaie is however r<ndorsd tsJmoat auDsoßEßitry nu the majoriiy of theui are srtil kaowu, hßv)sp batn prjzatakfcrs at many (.f tho Agricultural Whosß in the Prov<nca, I. hrtVo beea reqnogted to liitimas» thfii Mosarß Oiatk Byos will not allow nuy exrra Sf,ock to bo offered at this fiaio r.o tbut B^yore map depetd tbey Rto purohaaing THEJR STOCK only—n ga^r-intea \u it-elf thst they art) aa represented, viz,, FiiIST.CL 4tfefi.
Every lot offered will bo Sold to tho Highest Bidder,
NB Pajcon^cra from Ohristobusoh by the 7.3(>traic wlil bo at D-otnore in time for tho sale, nhio thcaa by Fmt train fcom Tttiiara. , Tetm3 e*sy, at Sale. Luncheon Provided. Sale at 12 o'otock. D. THOMAS, tIBO Aehburton.
SATURDAY, 12th APRIL. Old Athletic Sports Grounds. MR T. BULLOCK will sell by Public Auction on the above date, on BpoQunfc of the Mortgagees the old Athletic Sports Grounds, situated on the Town Belt, East, 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
Building Allotments opposite the entrance to the Woollen Factory.
MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr M. Qctane j to sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on , SATURDAY, APRIL 12th, At 12 noon, His two Freehold Allotments, numbered 7 and 8, deposited plan 306, 1 nearly opposite the Woollen Factory entrance gate, Alford Forest Road. Terms if required. T. BULLOCK, 4J38 Auctioneer. /^~\N Account of Mr James Porter,-r-LOTS 5 ;uicl 6, each containing jf-acre, adjoining the above, and also fronting Lhc Alford Forest Road. 4+39 T. BULLOCK. SATURDAY, APRIL 12th. Town Suction, 845.
MR T. BULLOCK has received in.structions from Mr John- I). Wilkinson ho soil by Public Auction at I the Arcade on the above date, — His Freehold Section 845, containing I .[-acre well situated in Aitken Street. Mr "Wilkinson writes stating that he has decided to realize, even at ;i loss. Sivlo at 12 noon. T. BULLOCK, 4+25 Auctioneer.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 2394, 7 April 1890
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