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t THE MIRROR," I A HIGH-CLASS Weekly, i ■ I -XA. Political, Literary, and Dramatic paper, to be published every FRIDAY, price 3d, by the Centennial Printing and Publishing Company, Limited, Melbourne i cc, Russell Street, Melbourne. LOST from the Railway Station a Black and White Sheep Dog. Owner will give reward to anyone returning him to Mr McLean Dunn or to Sergeant Felton. 5 32 v -COURSING. AN Open Meeting will be held on Queen's Birthday holiday, May 26th. All-aged Stakes at £2 2s. Puppy Stakes at 21s. Entries close at the Somerset Hotel on FRIDAY, the 23rd, at 9 p.m. Draw immediately afterwards. 5 28 J. PURCHASE, Hon. Sec. , SATURDAY, MAY 10th. Zj. ACRES Valuable Suburban Land. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to Sell by Public Auc- ■ tion at the Arcade on I SATURDAY, MAY 10th, By order and on account of the Mortgagee. Lots 199, 200, 211, 212. ! ZJ. ACR E S 4: I Fronting the Main South Road, between Mr Thomas Sealy's Nursery and Mrs Carter's residence. This is a valuable block of land. Magnificent site for a private residence, and will be sold on liberal terms of payment. ' Sale at 12 noon. T. BULLOCK, , ■ *26 Auctioneer.

SATURDAY, MAY 10th. -1 no a. cTe s -j no ±0O ACRES 100 Wakanui Road Board District. , MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on the above date, on account and by Order of the Mortgagee. R.S s. 26728 and 26922, containing 163 Acres about 4 miles from the I County Saleyards, corner of road leading to Elgin School, originally in the occupation of T. Greenaway. This has not been cropped for a number of years, is conveniently situated and well watered with County water race. ,' Terms at Sale. Sale at 12 o'clock. T. BULLOCK, 5§33'. Auctioneer

SUBDIVTSIONAL SALE OF PART OF THE CELEBRATED WESTERFIEU) ESTATE. 1150 ACPEB 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, would 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 9AOO ACRES 0F CHOIOE 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 D. THOMAS, 95 Ashburton.

T. Bullock nr O LET at a low rental, House fronting JL Graham's Road, Tinwald. T. BULLOCK. FOR SALE—Grass land near Tinwald, Qr\ ACRES Easy terms. Apply to T. BULLOCK. BUGGIES AND~TRAPS FOR SALE. TWO single-seated Buggies, 1 doubleseabed Busoty, 1 American Waggon, 1 light spring Cart, 1 Gig. T. BULLOCK. CHEAP PROPERTIES. I HAVE a number of Sections, together with Cottages thereon, for Sale, for which owners are prepared to take Low Prices. Full particulars on application. T. BULLOCK_ TTORSE POWER, suitable for-driving * M chaffcutter, for Sale at a low price. T. BULLOCK. jQ-f /I SECTIONS opposite the di 1 *db. AshburtonWoollen Factory for Sale, Price £14 each. Apply to j T. BULLOCK. ""() KA>i ME HIS and O:hers. — Krr Q-x'.e a I icrht Spring JOray. Arp'y '0 T. BUU/TK. Tj iIUK i.AtK—3O Acres odd, convouieril !y JC eitntted near thf> County Saleyarda; divided info 2 pnddooVH pad eurrbundufi wit^i a plantation ; all well watered with aC< vat-, water race, "fin&y terms, Apply to T. RULIOOK. JL AKV! i 'RAYS—For Sale now Dray 3 I" wlthframts Apply to T. BULLOCK. npTAfAIA. t-'ECTIONB~J am prepared " t\> *° rec°ive offers for atv of the following, viz, .Number* 26, 88, 121. 5124 208, 291, 292, 295, 297. Terms if teqnired, App yfo T. BULLOOTC. f jMl> "^F^BMKHS -Cheap ti'ocuge — i Obpap Storage—l »m n repWcdto (.ccepfc £57 Kb rent»l nntll tha l : t of j lijinnirj', 1891,- U.r cay l«rtjo S nrn { lln Wfet Sireui. This iffrs a f avon b)a I cpporuni'y for Fifrocra to jorab'ne j [t'galhe,. nrd Store Grain on their own ( accoaat at & very small co<u. 1 T BULLOOK.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume vii, Issue 2420, 3 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume vii, Issue 2420, 3 May 1890

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