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WANTED. WANTED Tenders for the sale of two huts out at Hinds Flax Mill. Apply to 6t139 W. ROBERTS. ~ \ COLDSTREAM. ] HPENDERS will be received at ColdJL stream up to NOON, July sth, for scooping shingle from one side to the centre of road, and otherwise improving same along about 80 chains on Crow's Road. Also for grubbing and cutting about 190 cKains gorSe fencing. For particulars apply JOHN STUDHOLME, JUN.. 6 136 : ; Coldstream. ; :"", 1r "f TbuEloc'k ZZ , SATURDAY/" JUNE;2Bth. 27&1* !1S 2781/2 About 3£ miles from the County Saleyards MR T. BULLOCK 1 has received, in-. ;,. structions to ■ Sell by Public Auction at the, Arcade on SATURDAY, JUKE 28th, On account and by order of the Mortgagee, R.S. 27735, containing 278 acres 2 roods, situated about 3$ miles from the County Saleyards, upper side of. .< ■•■ the Railway Line ; all fenced, i1 , Those desirous of purchasing are invited .to inspect this. Easy terms of payment. Sale at 11.45. "Tt; BULLOCK, *112 . ■ ! Auctioneer , SATURDAY, JUNE 28th. Desirable Suburban Property. QA ACRE S ' QA OU ACRES Q\J MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from the Proprietor to sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on , SATURDAY, JUNE. 28th, 30 Acres of Suburban Land; front- • ' irig Middle and Winter's Roads,Allenton, in blocks of from 2 to 10 Acres. . ''■•■;••' The land is of good quality, and well situated. , Magnificent sites, for, private residences. As there have been numerous or. nil ires lately for suburban land, those '!■■ ■'!",;!-; of purchasing are invited "to inspect this, and attend the sale. « Sale at 11.45. ~~T. BULLOCK, 6*llo Auctioneer. , , I._LHIH« I ■ ■ '■■' -"• MR D. THOMAS. R D. THOMAS- has received in structions f rom MkW.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 PtA Sound-mouth CROSSBRED TrOU EWES, in lamb to Lincoln Rams. Rams put in, Ist April. -| COW, in fitll profit. A Draught HORSES, good sorts. -| Unbroken 4-year-old DRAUGHT IMPLEMENTS. 2 Double-furrow PLOUGHS, by 1 Reid and Gray. Q Sets 4-HORSE GEAR. 13-furrow PLOUGH, x by Reid and Gray. C\ Sets HARROWS. -j Cambridge ROLLER, by Reid _L ' and Gray. 117-Coulter DRILL, Farmers' Friend. , /. 1 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 \\ mile from Alford Forest Hotel, 10 chains frontage on road ; 11 good maiden bush. . ' Luncheon provided. Sale 12 o'clock. ' , . D. THOMAS : 60 Auctioneer. ~~^ TINWALD YARDS. ~\ /TR D.. THOMAS has received inJxL structions, from Mr ,W. db Burton Wilson, of Oropi, near Westerfield, to sell by Public Auction at the above Yards' on TUESDAY, J^uly Ist, Bf\ f\ Acres of Green Top TURNIPS U\J in 100 Acre Blocks; (or more) to suit Purchasers. .. . D. THOMAS , . ; §126 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. The land is clean and in good heart, and for growing oats,, turnips and grass cannot be surpassed. Inspection invited. For full particulars, apply to D. THOMAS; Ashburton. WANTED TENDERS FOR CROPPING TO LET FOR CROPPING—I7S Acres in Stubble, situated in the Toi Toi Paddock, for the crop. ' 150 ACRES in Turnips situated* at Western"eld for the crop. Terms: For 175' Acres, that the owner be allowed to sow down Grass Seed on the crop in the spring. ; All rents to be paid before the crop is removed, ,or security given to the satisfaction of the owner. Tenders to be sent in to the office of D. Thomas by SATURDAY, June 28th, and full particulars can be obtained on, application to Mawson Bros, or D. Thomaj „ D. THOMAS/ JlO5 ■ Aehburton

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2450, 25 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2450, 25 June 1890

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