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MR D. THOMAS. WESTE_HFIELD. MR D. THOMAS/has received instructions from 0. G. Hawdon, Esq., to Sell by Public,. Auction' at Westerfield (in consequence of haying disposed of a large portion of the Estate), ON' "' J' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 1890. The Undermentioned LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. IMPLEMENTS AND SUNDRIES. 1 Set disc HARROWS. 2 Sets Tripod HARROWS. . , \ ■ 2" Cambridge 1 ROLLERS: ' 2 Sets Chain HARROWS. : 2 DRAYS and FRAMES. 2 Broad-cast SEEDSOWERS. 1 Single PLOUGH and Swingle-trees 2 SCOOPS. Small House on wheels. 1 Iron TANK. - ' < ' 1 Yankee OVTCN,.<Scc, &c. 2 Sets Shaft HARNESS. ; 2 Sets Leading HARNESS. [ DAIRY UTENSILS. ' ; H 0 R~~S E S. > 1 Draught MARE, -Nugget. \ . 1 Draught MARE, r Blossom. : 1 Draught MARE, Jess, t in foal, l! Draught GELDING, Farmer,,. ,: 1 Draught FILLY F0a1.,, , ; ■ ' 3 Hack FILLtES Foals. ; 1 Hack and Harness MARE, in foal. „■• C A T 1 T <L E.. | 1 Jersey BULL. : ! -2 f-bred Jersey Springing HEIFERS, 1 I-bred Jersey Springing HEIFER. 6 f-bred Jersey COWS, in milk and in calf. i '•>■'.> 4 SHORT HORNS. . ! 1 Dry HEIFER. 13 Fat BULLOCKS. 4 |-bred Jersey HEIFERS, 1 and £ 1 • years old. -< ■■ ■'- ' ■-■ j 3 f-bred! Jersey HEIFERS, 1- and 2 • years old. . •„ ' 3 £ bred Jersey. CALVES. . , ,\ Sale at 12 o'clock. Luncheon Provided. : . ; D. THOMAS, If 103 Auctioneer. . MR D. THOMAS has received instructions froni Mb W. H. Ford, owing to' his leaving the 'District, to Sell by Public Auction on his Farm at Ealing the whole of his LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, and PLANT, on i THURSDAY, JUNE 26th, ■ At 12 o'clock. • ■ LIVE STOCK. i A KA Sound-mouth CROSSBRED trOU EWES, in lamb to Lincoln Rams. Rams put in Ist April. , ' -( COW, in full profit. A Draught HORSES, good sorts. -1 Unbroken 4-year-old DRAUGHT IMPLEMENTS. 2 Double-furrow PLOUGHS, by Reid and Gray. Q Sets 4-HORSE GEAR. -1 3-furrow PLOUGH, by Reid _l_ v and Gray. O Sets HARROWS. -1 Cambridge ROLLER, by Reid I and Gray. -j 17-Coulter DRILL, Farmers' J. Friend. I Scarifier, by Rainsforth. 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. H.P. and Chaffcutter complete. Quantity of Harness and Sundries. Tarpaulin 24 x 24. Also,—R.S. No. 32258, containing 40 Acres Bush Land, situate in the Alford Forest Bush, barely l£ mile from Alford Forest Hotel, 10 chains frontage on road ; all good maiden bush. Luncheon provided. Sale 12 o'clock. D. THOMAS, 6§60 Auctioneer. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Mr ; Henry Hudson, in consequence of • having sold his Farm, to Sell by Public Auction on the property situated at Elgin, on THURSDAY, JUNE y I9TH, At 12 o'clock , The whole of his live Stock, Implements, Threshing Plant, Sundries, and Furniture. IMPLEMENTS. 1 8-h.p. TRACTION ( ■<&£'§ . ENGINE,' by Fowler. Lg * >.B § 1 COMBINE, by Claytonl„•&£," | and Shuttleworth, nearly J J g. g'g new. r , k g.a"3 "I 1 SetMevators, by Duncan V £ SJsT 1 3-furrow Plough, by Booth and McDonald, 2 Double-furrow Ploughs, by Reid and Gray. ' 1 Single-furrow, Plough, by Ransome and Sinis. • 1 Set Disc Harrows, by Booth and McDonald. 1 Set 4-leaf Harrows. 1 Set 6-leaf Harrows. 2 Wood's String Binders, nearly new. 1 Horse Hoe. 1 Drillj with grass seed box attached. 1 Clod-crusher Roller. 2 Sets new 4-horse Gear. 1 Wood Roller. Quantity of cut Firewood. I Corn Crualiei'. i Winnower. 2 Spring Traps. 3 Drays , and Frames. The Whole of these Implements are in, first-class condition and mostly nearly new. 10 Good Draught Horses, 4 to 7-years old, with Shaft, Leading, and Plough Harness. A Quantity of Oat Sheaf Chaff in bags. Seed Wheat and Chick Feed. 1 Acre Potatoes, Carrots, and Mangolds. Tanks, and Sundries too numeroim to particularise. 140 First Cross Lambs, very good. 70 Sound-mouth Merino Ewes. 20 Head of Cattle. 3 pure-bred Polled Angus Heifers and Steers. 2 Fab Pigs. Lot of Fowls. Household Furniture, Dairy Utensils Tools, &c, &c. Sale at 12 o'clock. Luncheon provided. D. THOMAS 6§59 Auctioneer IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE. I AM INSTRUCTED by Mr E. H. Dobson to sell by private' treaty The farm in the Coldstream District .•. containing seven hundred and eleven acres, splendidly fenced and , .sub-divided into eight paddocks by good live fences, water in every paddock, ninety acres now in winter oats, balance in grass. Q '< The larfd is clean and in good heart, and for growing oats, turnips afid grass cannot be- surpassed. * Inspection invited. For full particulars, apply to D. THOMAS, Ashburton. VTOTICE—AII persons found Trcspas JLN sing in pursuit of game or other wise on the Riversdale Estate on and after this date will be prosecuted. J. R. WILLLVMS. Riversdale, 24th May. 5 176

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2444, 18 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2444, 18 June 1890

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