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BLAND AMD HUMPHERYS. TINWALD YARDS. TUESDAY, 17th JUNE. BLAND & HUMPHERYS will sell by Public Auction a Dairyman's Herd of TEN Superior Dairy COWS in full profit and close to calving. BLAND & HUMPHERYS, 6*74 Auctioneers. Greenstreet, Ashburton UNDER BILL OF SALE. MR D. THOMAS in conjunction with MESSRS BLAND and lIUMPHERYS, have received instructions from the Holders of Bill of Sale, to Sell by Public Auction, on Monday, 23rd June, 1890 The whole of the Live and Dead Stock, Machinery, Implements, &c, &c., the Property of Messes W. and J. W. StrTHEKiAND, of Greenstreet, Farmers and Contractors, as follows, viz:— 8 Horse Power Traction Engine, by Burrell. J Combine, by Foster. 4 Set Elevators, by J. Anderson. A Portable Engine, by Foster. 1 Combine, by Clayton and Shuttleworth, nearly new. A Set Elevators, by J. Anderson 17 Sets Harrows. 0 Massey Reapers and Binders (new) 0 McCormick Reapers and Binders A Champion do 0 Sydney Drays R Drays and Frames -f Tip Cart. 0 Sets disc Harrows; "S Cambridge v Rollers ; Ido do, new. 2 Portable Wharfs (new); Portable Whare do do. Pile Driver and Monkey; 7 Road Scoops ; 5 D.F. Ploughs. S.F. Plough; 2 Drills; 1 Grass Seed Sower; 20 Sets Harness. 8 Horse Covers; Spring Cart; Dog Cart; Set Trap Harness. Blacksmiths' Tools complete, and a very large quantity of Sundries. ALSO,— DA Draught HORSES, a very superior tIV lot, 7 HACKS and Light Harness HORSES, ft COWS, &c M &c. No Reserve. Sale on the Premies at 11 o'clock sharp. D. THOMAS. \ Joint BLAND & HUMPHERYS. J Agents. The Auctioneers would beg to draw especial attention to the superior class of stock, and the excellent order and condition of the plant. 6*72 THURSDAY, 26th JUNE, 1890. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. IMPORTANT Clearing Sale OF Op; Superior Draught MARES and n*9 GELDINGS, all young and sound, Farm Plant, Sundries, &c., &c. BLAND & HUMPHERYS have received instructions from Mr F. Bennison, on account of expiration of Lease, and the Property having changed hands, to Sell by Public Auction at the Lower Homestead Selma, Newlands. • The whole of his Superior Draught Stock, Farm Implements, &c, &c. Full particular 1!; in future advertisement. No Reserve. BLAND & HUMPHERYS, C 77 Auctioneers. mr^Tthomas. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Mr W. H. Ford, owing to his leaving the District, to Sell by Public Auction on his Farm at Baling the whole of his LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, and PLANT, on THURSDAY, JUNE 26th, At 12 o'clock. LIVE STOCK. A KA Sound-mouth CROSSBRED .TtO U EWES, in lamb to Lincoln Rams. Rams put in Ist April. -f COW, in full profit. A Draught HORSES, good sorts, i -j Unbroken 4-y ear-old DRAUGHT IMPLEMENTS. 2 Double-furrow PLOUGHS, by Reid and Gray. Q Sets 4-HORSE GEAR. 13-furrow PLOUGH, by Reid and Gray. . t\ Sets HARROWS. 1 Cambridge ROLLER, by Reid and Gray. 117-Coulter DRILL, Farmers' Friend. 1 Scarifier, by R*insforth. 1 Grass Stripper. 1 String Binder, Hornsby. 1 String Binder, W. A. Wood.' 2 Drays and Frames. 1 Tip Cart. Blacksmith's Tools, Bellows, Anvil. Vyce, &c. Trap and Harness. Water Troughs. II.P. and Chaifcutter complete. Quantity of Ilarness and Sundries. Tarpaulin 24 x 24. Also, —U.S. No. 32258, containing 40 Acres Bush Land, situate in the Alford Forest Bush. Luncheon provided. Sale 12 o'clock. D. THOMAS, 6^50 Auctioneer. FIRST-CLASS AMERICAN ORGAN, NEW. AN Opportunity offers to obtain one of Cornish's celebrated American Organs on exceedingly favorable terms. I [eight 45 inches, Length 46 inches, width 23 inches. Five Octaves, 14 stops, 8 octavo couplers, and 2 knee swells. Above can bo supplied direct from th« Manufactures at considerably less than usual price. Apply " Mail " and " Guardian" Office. 5 201 L

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2441, 14 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2441, 14 June 1890

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