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BUuCO CX- ■■ OATS. TSTSA QUANTITY of OA for sale in lota to suit purchasers. Sale at 12 noon. T. BULLOCK, 61155 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 28m JUNE. On account of Me Wm. Rose, — "T" OT 80, containing 38 perches, corner | j of Belt Road and Green Lane, suitable site for a cottage. Land of good quality. Sale at 11.45. ,T. BULLOCK, 6§113 Auctioneer. T SATURDAY, JUNE 28th. o^Ri/2 ACRES p 7ft 1/2 2/0 ll£ ACRES */O Lt* About 3£ miles from the County Saleyards MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, JUSE2Bth, On account and by order of the Mortgagee, R.S. 2*7735, containing 278 acres 2roods, <•- ■ situated about 3| miles from the '"' County Saleyarde, upper side of the Railway.Line ", all fenced. , Those desirous of purchasing are, invited to inspect tMs»-y- .., : i : s . Easy terms' "of" payment. ! ';': ' Sale at 1i.'45. ; , r l4 , ,'■'• ~~T. BULLOCK, *112 /i <t nitr SATURDAY, JUNE 28th. Desirable Suburban -Property. QA ACRES OA O\) ACRES OV MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from the Proprietor to sell by Public Auction at the Arcade SATURDAY, JUNE 28th, 30 Acres of Suburban Land, - fronting 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 enquiries lately for suburban land-, those desirous of purchasing ; are invited to inspect this, and attend the sale. ,; , "_'' Sale at 11.45. '„ ' " ' ■ : T. BULLOCK, 6*llo ' Auctioneer. SAT URD A V, -J : UNE :28th. TINWALD SECTIONS. : MR T. BULLOCK has recived instructions from Mr R. MoKenzie, to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on the above date.— • LOTS 234, 235, 236,, 237, fronting Anne Street, Tjnwald,, about two chains from Laghmor Road, and adjoining the property originally owned by Mr Jephson; fenced with live fences. > Would make a convenient paddock fo farmers living at a distance, and sending stock to Tinwald-Yards for sale. Sale at 11.45. T. BULLOCK, gflll Auctioneer. THURSDAY, 3rd JULY! MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mv C. Doherty (who has leased his farm) to sell by Public Auction at. his HOMESTEAD, TINWALD, on the above date, The whole of his Live and Dead Stock, Furniture, etc., including : — 2 Good HORSES, well-known in the district. 2 COWS in profit and in calf. 1 COW in full profit. 2 Dry COWS, nearly fat. 1 HEIFER in calf. 24 Good PORKERS. 6 Well-bred SOWS in pig. 1 Pure-bred Berkshire BOAR. ' 1 St. Bernard Slut Single-furrow Plough, Farm Dray, and Frame, Spring Dray, Spring Trap and Harness, good set Wooden Harrows, Scarifier, Avery Weighing Machine, Pulper and Slicing Machine for Mangolds and Turnips, Half Tank, Wood's Reaper and Binder, 2 sets Leading and Shaft Harness, Whipple Trees, Chains. Sundries, — ■ Quantity of good eating Derwent Potatoes, 6 tons Kidney and other early Seed Potatoes. , 2 tons Hay, Peas, Seconds Wheat, etc. Also Furniture and Effects, including— Good American Organ, Cheffonier, Cajpet, Table, Double and Single Bedsteads, Spring Mattress, Chest Drawers, b'pger Sewing Machine, etc. Dairy Utensils, etc., etc 1 ■ Sale at 12 noon, T. BULLOCK, • 6t162 Auctioneer. BATUBDAY, 6th JULY. AN IMPROVED FARM OF 640 nil I 640 . Upper Ashburton Road District; MR T. BULLOCK has received in- ' structions from Mb. Wiixum Langdoit (on account of Kis 'going to England) to sell by Public Auction on the above date his Farm of * ; . 640 acres 64Q with extensive improvements. It is divided into nine convenient-sized paddocks, all in English. Grasses, ■ excepting about 42 acres which are in oats and which will be sold with ,;,, , the farm, and well watered with County Water Race. ■ There is a well built.Farm House of 5 rooms and scullery erected on the proSerty, surrounded by Garden,' 'rchard, and well-grown Plantations; also Grain Store, Stable, Chaff and Trap House, and other buildings. ■ This property is conveniently situated, being only about 1\ mile from the Westerfield Railway Station, Mount Soraers line, and about 10 miles from Ashburton. It has been well farmed by the owner and is in very good order. Those desirous of purchasing are invited to inspect it with as little delay as possible. Terms and further particulars on application. Sale at 12 O'clock. T. BULLOCK, 6 153 Auctioneer. _ _MR D. THOMAS. IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE." T" AM INSTRUCTED by Mr E. 11. _1_ ■ Douson to soil by private treaty The farm in the Coldvstream 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 ai.d grass cannot bo surpassed. Inspection invited. For full particulars, apply to D. THOMAS, Abhburton.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2452, 27 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2452, 27 June 1890

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