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Public Notices. 1 ASHBURTON " GUARDIAN." ; DUNEDIN AGENCY. . "JITR R. T WHEELER, Stafford Street, Dunedin, has been appointed our Agent, and will be able to arrange "terms with advertisers for contract advertisements. • I BLAND AND HUHPHERTS Hold Weeky Sales of HORSES, PIGS, CATTLE, PRODUCE, FURNITURE, &o. EVERY SATURDAY.^ LIVE STOCK SALES Every Tuesday at Tinwald and Ashburtcn Yards alternately CHE A RING SALES TOWN AND COUNTRY According to arrangement. ■ ■ -it ~We have for Sale Privately— ; 0 REAPERS AND BINDERS: , 1 Crosskill|ROLLEß, GRASS STRIPPERS WE are Instructed by Mr L. Mabkey to Sell by Private the balance of his Thorough-Bred Horses, in eluding a number of Brood Mares, Colts and Fillies by " Johnny Faulkner." BLAND & HUMPHERYS. t WE have placed in our hands for Piivate Sale, l " A Compact little Farm of 200 Acres, situated three miles from Town. It is sub-divided into several Paddocks, and laid down to English grasses, with plenty of Water. The Buildings consist of a Comfortable 5-roomed House and 4-stalled Stable. - ' : Also,— " "~ ■ FOR SALE PRIVATELY— A QA ACRES at Maheno, in the O\J Otepopo district, well fenced and divided into 8 paddocks, with a well built 11-roomed House, 6-stallcd Stable, Coach House, Cow Shed, Sheep Yards, 4-roomed Cottage, Blacksmith Shop thereon. All in good order and condition. The Farm has been well worked. The half is in English grass and the balance in stubble and turnips. This property is within a mile and a half from the Maheno Railway Station, and is well watered. Price Low and Terms Easy. Also, — Q A(\ ACRES four miles from the 4J*nz\J Hinds ; Virgin Soil, at a Very ' Low Price. BLAND & HUMPHERYS. Ye have been appointed Agents for JOHNSON and Co's ARTIFICIAL MANURE WE HAVE ON HAND 5 TONS Sample and Particulars of which can be had on application. BLAND and HTTMPHER'yS A.UCT ONEERS W. H. COLLIER "THE CONNER" HAS effected the following SPECIAL BARGAINS and is NOW OFFERING THEM. No. I—HEAVY COLONIAL TWEED all colors for Boys' Suits - < \ s/9peryard. (usual price 4a 6d.) No. 2-A line of EXTRA WIDE SHIRTING : IO£D per yard i- (usuallysoldatls3d) No, 3-BLACK CASHMERES IS 4-% D per yard (worth Is lid) No. 4—NEW GOLD BRAID TRIMMINGS, all colors, Q£D per yard (regular price Is 6d) No. 5 -A line of LADIES ULSTERS 18/6 (worth 255) No, 6-MEN'S HEAVY ALL WOO T TROUSERS 11/6 (usually sold at 15s 6d) f No. 7 —About 3000 yards . OF DRESS MATERIAL, newesi goods, bought at a discount of 6s m_^ m' £ WTT riOLLIER 4 XX, VOLLIBK I "THE COKffEE."

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2446, 20 June 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2446, 20 June 1890

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