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TO-MORROW Clearing Sale of Farm Implements, Horse and Buggy, Furniture, etc. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mb, David Wilson (in consequence of having let his farm) to sell by Public Auction at the Homestead, about 1 * mile from the Wakanui School, on FRIDAY, April 25th, the fol : lowing, viz.— Horse, Buggy and Harness, Spring Trap, 2 Sets trap harness,- Broad 1 Cast Sower, Grubber, Robey Screen, Single furrow plough, Dray, Roller, Water Trough. A quantity of household furniture, Cooking utensils, etc. Sale at 2 o'clock. T. BULLOCK, Auctioneer. ~BATTOi3AY7IIAY 3rd; " IMPROVED FARM OP Mi ACRES IDi 401 ACRES 11)1 NEAR DORIE. ! MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr Francis Wilson, to Sell by Public Auction at the, Arcade on the above date.— 461 ACRES 461 as follows, —, R.S's. 26567, 27252, 28687 and 28791, containing in all 255 Acres, all fenced and divided into" 3 paddocks; there is ah 8 stalled Stable erected on this property, and the land is: well watered with County water races.' Part of R.S. 26478, containing 206 Acres, fenced with Live fences, and divided into four paddocks, on which is erected a Farm House, surrounded with a Garden and Orchard well „ stocked with fruit trees, 4 stalled Stable, &c. This is also well watered. The whole of the Properties are in English grasses, excepting about 50 acres. Conveniently situated, being only about half a mile from] Doric . School. Long term of payment. Sale at 12 o'clock. \ T. BULLOCK,: 4§198, Auctioneer A~SHBURTON -\7"ARDS . J\. JL , TUESDAY, 29th APRIL. . SPECIAL ENTRY • OAAA Merino WETHERS, G and Q\)\J\l . 8-tooth. ■ •.■ - A prime lot. No culls. MILES & CO., - ' J. T. FORD, Auctioneer. - 4§194 GEO. JAMESON, Agent. ; CLEAEIJVG~S~ALET MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Mr Cornelius D. Sullivan to sell by Public Auction on his Farm at Lyndhurst the whole of the STOCK and IMPLEMENTS ON • " , , THURSDAY, MAY Ist, ; At 1 o'clock. i A HACK, 5 years old, by St George 6 Draught HORSES, all young and staunch, any trial A Yearling DRAUGHT, by Diplomacy X out of mare by Kelvin lArab MARE, aged, bred by Mr Bluett 12-year-old FILLY, by Johnny Faulkner A Yearling COLT, uncut A Double-furrow PLOUGH, Reid and 1 Gray IDo. Do. Duncan, new last year 2 DRAYS and Frames, by Reid and Gray 1 String BINDER, McCormick, last year's, with carriage -| O Tons OAT SHEAF 6 Leaf HARROWS, by Reid arid Gray Quantity of Harness, Swingletrees, &c. The whole will be sold absolutely without reserve. Luncheon provided. D. THOMAS, 4J193 Auctioneer. prelimlnXrY~advertisement. CLEARING SALE CHERTSEY, ON THURSDAY, Bth MAY, 1890. I HAVE been instructed by Mr Wm. Strachan, who has decided to relinquish Farming pursuits, to sell by Public Auction as above, at THE HOMESTEAD, CHERTSEY, 1 -i p?f\ Acres Good LAND, well J L<_)VJ Improved. Also, Splendid Sheep, Horses, Live and Dead Stock, etc., etc. Full particulars, of which will appear in future advertisement. D. THOMAS, 4+144 Ashburton.., SUBDIVISIONAL SA.LE 0^ PART OF THE CELEBRATED WESTERFIELD ESTATE. 1150 AO^ES"' CHOICE LAND TO BE DISPOSED OF. I HAVE been instructed by C. G Hawdon, Esq., to OFFER FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, The Undermentioned . FARMS OF GOOD LAND, VIZ:— • ' NO. I—Containing 272 ACRES, well fenced and subdivided, with large Plantation (forty acres) in the centre of it. NO. 2—Containing 560 ACRES, with splendid improvements, farm buildings very complete, well fenced and subdivided, with frontages on three roads. NO. 3—Containing 125 ACRES, reclaimed swamp, very rich land, Avould make a splendid Dairy Farm. NO. 4—Containing 175 ACRES re claimed swamp, well fenced and subdivided. NOTE.—Running Water in every Paddock in the Block. Inspection Confidently Invited. Terms—One-third cash; balance, three ' years at 6£ per cent. Also, — THE WELL-KNOWN bArford estate; Containing C\ Ir\ A ACRES OF CHOICE LAND Subdivided into 20. Paddocks, with running water in every one. Good Plantations. Land excellent, either for cropping or grazing. ' Large area now growing good turnips. For particulars, apply V D. THOMAS, 95 Ashburton.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2410, 25 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2410, 25 April 1890

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