ASHBURTON " GUARDIAN." ! DUNEDIN AGENCY. ! Itf-R R.T WHEELER, Stafford Street, Dunedin, has been appointed our Agent, and will be able to arrange terms with advertisers for contract advertisements* ■ ' • ■■ - . | '■■ ;\ BLAND AND HUMPHERYS. BMP AND HtJMPfIERYS '■■' Hold'Weeky Sales of ) HORSES, PIGS, CATTLE, PRODUCE* t .'\ ' ■''furnttijS'e j 1&o. , •'' i; EVERY SATURDAY. • iLI.VE STOCK SAL ES ' Every Tuespay at.Tinwaldand. Ashbnrton ■ ; 'Fards alternately] ' ;., C LIE ARI N G SALES TOWN AND GOUNTRY According to arrangemenr. —We have for Sale Privately— ' i jg 'REAPERS AND BINDERS / ! I CrosskuiißOLLEß, GRASS STRIPPERS ■ ' " 'i l - \ ITE are instructed by Mr L. Mabkey VV to Sell by Private' Treaty the balance of his Thorough-Bred Horsesj in eluding a number of Brpod Mares,, Co|ts and Fillies' by " Johnny Faulkner.'' ; BLAND & HUMPHERYS. " ■ - . ■ 'i : : i VjITE have placed in our hands for yy • - Private Sale, , ; 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. t '' ■ Axso, — . FOR SALE PRIVATELY— AQ f\ ACRES at, Maheno, in the tcOy Otepopo district, well fenced and divided into 8 paddocks, with a well built 11-roomed House, 6-stalied 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 MaKeno Railway Station, and is well' watered. Price Low and Terms Easy. ! ; , ; ' Also, — . i Q/J_rv ACRES four miles from the t U 4ZJZ\J Hinds ; Virgin Soil, at a Very Low Price. BLAND & HUMPHERYS. / / ''•-"■ Ye have been appointed Agents for JOHNSON andCo's ARTIFICIAL MANURE we have on hand 5 tons i . Sample and Particulars of which can be ; had on application. i - BLAND and HUMPHERVS ; A.UOT ONEERS, , : " • \. '■•■ ' ■ - ";i W. H. COLLIEif "THE COENEE" ! HAS effecbed the foliowing SPECIAL BARGAINS and is NOW OFFERING THEM. ; I No. 1-HEAVY COLONIAL TWEEe| , all colors for Boys' Suits , . \ .2/9Pei: yard -i (usual price ,4s 6d.) , , j No. 2—A line of EXTRA WIDE SHIRTING \ j (usually sold at Is 3d) No, 3^-BLACK CASHMERES ; ±S ,<£.%D t per yard ; . . (worth Is lid)' ■ , ' . ! No 4—NEW GOLD BRAID TRIM 1 MINGS, all colors, 1 @|D per yard "■ (regular price Is 6d) ■ Nq. sr-A line of, LADIES ULSTERS (worth 255) ; No; G-MEN'S HEAVY ALL WOO T; TROUSERS , ■" ii/ 6: ■■. ;■■■ (usually sold at 15s 6d) i i Noi 7 —About '.-'-: 3000 yards . of * : DRESS MATERIAL, newest goods, bought at a discount of i 6s I^j raE £"-; WTT nOLLIBR 4 Jtl. VOLLIEKj "THE COBNEbV'
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2447, 21 June 1890
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