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SALE OF Li AND AND CLEARING SALE. CAIRNBRAE, NEAR METHVEN. THURSDAY, 24th APRIL. MILES & CO. have received instructions from E. W. Bowyer, Esq., to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. At the Homestead, Cairnbrae, At 12 noon, On the above date, • HIS CROXBY FARM, Comprising about tyiQ ACRES OF GOOD AGRICUL/±O TURAL LAND, divided into 12 Paddocks. The Buildings comprise 3 Cottages, 2 Stables, Woolshed, Pigstyes, Kennels and Sheepyards. ■ The above will be first submitted in one lot, and if not sold, will then be offered as under:— LOT 1—230 Acres, chiefly in grass. LOT 2—168 Acres, in stubble. LOT 3—350 Acres, in grass and stubble. Also, all his LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, Comprising OAA MERINO EWES. (\J A CROSSBREDS, 2-tooths. A DRAUGHT HORSES. 0 YOUNG HORSES. 1 HACK. L 3 Drays, M'Cormick Twine Reaper and Binder, Duncan Grass Stripper, Champion Drill, Ransome threefurrow Plough, Duncan S.F. Plough, Cambridge Roller, Har rows, Horse-power and Chaffcutter, Harness, Tanks, Wire, Stakes, Posts and Rails, Furniture, Fowls, and Sundries. Luncheon provided. Sale at 12 noon. J. T. FORD, Auctioneer. GEORGE JAMESON, 4t113 Agent, Ashburton. UNRESERVED CLEARING SALE AT TINWALD. THURSDAyTTpRIL 17th. BLAND & HUMPHERYS have received instructions from Mb. Cyril Jephson, of Tinwald, who is leaving the : district, to sell by Public Auction, on THURSDAY, April 17th, 1890, the whole | of his superior household furniture, comprising, Dining Room, Drawing Room, and three Bed Rooms, Kitchen and Office Furniture. PIANO by PAUL HESSE, a first class Instrument, also Dairy Utensils, Fire wood, Posts, Stakes, Wire, Wire Netting, 2 Horses, 2 Cows (springers), 1 Bull, Fowls, Guns, Fishing Tackle, etc., etc. ALSO, At the same time and place, unless sold privately (2) two acres, (1) ono rood of land, with confortable house erected thereon of 7 rooms, hall, etc., well finished and in perfect order, washhouse, set copper, concrete cellar, and Dairy. Stabling accomodation for 4 horses. The grounds are nicely laid out with fruit and ornamental trees, and a full sized Tennis Court has also been made. The Property can be seen on application. Sale at Noon. BLAND & HUMPHERYS, *81 Auctioneers. LOST FROM William Gray's farm, near the Irrigation Farm, 60 Crossbred Sheep, 4 and 6 tooth, Ewes and Wethers branded 90. Any information of above will be gladly received at "Mail" office or by WILLIAM GRAY, 4J112 Elgin.

THE CLEAEING SALE OB BOOTS IN GEORGE DIACK'S ESTATE, TTAVING been so SUCCESSFUL, XI we will clear the BALANCE for ONE -TTTEEK r\KLY NE VV EEK . WNLY AX STARTLING PRICES. MITCHELL & TURNER, TAKCRED fcTnE&T. ~ LOWVTTALITY DR CHURCHILL'S Syrup of Hypophosphite of Lime prescribed by the faculty for the cure of Consumption, Chronic Cough and General Debility. It contains two of the principal ingre-; dients necessary for building up the Human Frame, and which are considered deficient in the above complaints, viz., Phosphorus and Lime. It cannot be too highlyrecommended for Delicate Children. Dr Churchill's Compound Syrup of HYPOPHOSPHITES j Is real Brain Food, and in cases of Muscular and Nervous Exhaustion has acquired a world-wide reputation. Each' bottle bears Dr Churchill's signature. Price, 4fr. . | Prepared only by , I QWANN riHEMIST ) OWANN, \JHEMISTj 12 Rue Castiglione, Paris

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 3402, 16 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 3402, 16 April 1890