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, MR T 'BOLLOCK "fO-MORHOW SPECIAL ENTRIES. ON Account of Me W. S. .Wilson, Dunedin. . pf Heavy DRAUGHT HORSES. £j On Account of Mr S. Hardley. 2 YEARLINGS by "Johnny's Q Fancy." 4 1 YEARLING by "Johnny i X Faulkner." I -1 3-YEAR-OLD by '-Kingfisher." -* On Account of Me Wm. Ashton. 14- Year Old MARE of a good stamp, -| suitable for a dog-cart. X Sale at 1 o'clock. T. BULLOCK, 5§62 " Auctioneer. TUESDAY, MAY 13th. GROWING CROP OF ~tU Acres of Turnips. ~fc(J MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mk William Morton, to sell by Public Auction at the Asliburton County Saleyards on the above date. . About 40 acres growing crop of turnips on the Railway Reserve between the Village Settlement and Rakaia Township. To be fed^ff by Ist October next. Also 4 tons of oaten straw chaff. Sale at 11 o'clock. T. BULLOCK, 6tlß Auctioneer.

THURSDAY MAY 15. CLEA RING SALE OK 212 i HORSES, 21%2l FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc. MR T. BULLOCK has recived instructions from Mr James Heron ! to Sell by Public - Auction on THURS : DAY, May 15th, at his homestead, near Flemington, Longbeach district, a number of Draught Mares and Geldings, Farm Implements, etc., as follows :— -| A DRAUGHT MARES and ~i A -Ltt GELDINGS, Jj± -\ Three-year-old FILLY, unbroken, C) Upstanding TRAP HORSES, £j Head of CAITLE, Oj~ Fat PIGS, Three-furrow Plough, Double-furrow Plough, Reid and Gray, Single-furrow Plough, Blocks and Chains, Shaft and Leading Harness, Dray and Frame, Chaff Cutter, together with Hoarse Power 1 and Intermediate. McCormick Reaper and Binder, American Drill, Six-leaf Harrows, Contractor's Hut, ' Sundries, etc.

Also, at same time and place, on account of Mv Jakes Trevtjrza,— 5 DRAUGHT MAKES and E* GELDINGS, O Double-furrow PLOUGH, by Duncan. This Sale affords a favorable opportunity to Farmers in want of Draught Horses, as Mr Heron's have been carefully selected and are well known throughout, the district, and as they are just out of work are very suitable for farmers requiring them for immediate use.

By permission of Mr Heron, Special entries for this sale can be made with him or the Auctioneer. Sale at 12 Noon. T. BULLOCK, 5§43 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, MAY 17th. ~^Q ACRES ") Q SPRINGBURN, ALFORD FOREST., MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr S. Climont, to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade, on SATURDAY, MAY 17th. 18 Acres.— Being R.S. 17767, situated opposite Mr Mcßae's Farm, and about i 2miles from the Springburn School; fenced with live fences, and will be sold on easy terms of payment. ALSO at the same time and place, Lots 38, 39, 40, containing respectively 3a lr 38p, 2a 2r 35p, la lr 31p ; total, 7 acres 3 roods 24 perches, Mount Somers Township. The three sections are fenced all round with gorse fences. ' Convenient paddock for anyone living in the Township. Sale at 12 Noon. T. BULLOCK, I 5t60 Auctioneer.

SATURDAY, MAY 17th. Property oh Bast Belb, by order of the Mortgagee. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to sell by Public Auctiou at the Arcade on the above date, by and on account of the Mortgagee. Lot 36, containing 1 rood 39 perches on which are erected two threeroomed cottages. It is centrally situated near the WaJcanui Road, and adjoining Mr William Strange's property. The land is of first-clasa quality, desirable site. Terras can be arranged if necessary.

Sale at 12 noon. T. BULLOCK, 5t61 Auctioneer. AN IMPROVED FARM OF 640 18 Si I 640 WESTERFIELD. 74 f"R T. BULLOCK has received injYl structions from Mr William JjANaroN" (on account of his going to "England) to Sell by Private Treaty his Farm of 640 A c *«"640 with extensive improvements. '*' It is divided into Nine convenient' sized paddocks, all ift English Grasses, and well watered with County -Water Rn'ce. There is ;> well built Farm House of 5 rooms and scullery erected on the pro porty, surrounded by Garden, Orchard, and well-grown Planta- [ tions ;" also Grain (Store, Stable, Chaft'and Trap House, and other] ! buildings. This property is conveniently situated, being only about ; li mile from the Wosterfield Rail- : way Station, Mount Somers line, ' and about 10 miles from Ashburton. It has been well fanned by the owner and is in very good order. Thoso desirous of purchasing are invited h lo inspect it with as little delay as pos- \ sible. Terms and further particulars on , application. T. BULLOCK, |5§59 " Estate Agent. ■

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2425, 9 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2425, 9 May 1890

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