MR T. BULLOCK —THURSDAY, JULY 24. Furniture and Effects, Clothing, Miscellaneous goods, etc., etc. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to Sell by Public Auciion at the Arcade on the above date, (removed for convenience of sale) A quantity of household furniture consisting of single and double bedsteads, child's cot, perambulator, wash stands, bedding, chairs, tables, cooking utensils. A large quantity of crockery including plates, meat dishes, cups and saucers, etc. ALSO, at same time and place, hair dresser's stock, comprising, large mirror, barber's chair, fancy goods, toys, hair brushes and combs, school books, lead pencils, picture photographs, and a quantity of : snndries too numerous to mention. ALSO, a quantity of ready made clothing, including men's and boys' suits, dress material etc, etc, Sale at 12.30 T. BULLOCK, 7 106 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, JULY 26th. Cottage and Section, Wakanui Road. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on the above date Lot 22, containing | acre fronting the Wakanui Road, near the Convent, with 4 roomed Cottage thereon. As the Owner is leaving the district, this Property must be sold. Easy terms of Payment if required. Sale at 12 Noon T. BULLOCK, HI Auctioneer. House and Land at Methven. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions to sell by Publ'c Auction at the Arcade on the above date, On account and by order of the Mortgagee, Lot 112, in the Township of Methven, on which is erected a seven-roomed Dwelling House. > I This property is conveniently situated, being not far from the Railway Station. Further particulars on application to the undersigned. Sale at 12 Noon. T. BULLOCK, 7t113 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, JULT"26T~ CONTRACTOR'S PLANT. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mil James Trevukza, who is giving up contracting, to Sell by Public Auction at the Arcade on SATURDAY, 26th July, the whole of his Superior Draught Horses, Plant, etc., as follows:— Bay Horse, Prince, five years old. Bay Horse, Farmer, six years old. Bay Horse, Dick, seven years old. Bay Horse, Captain, eight years old. Bay Horse, Jock, four years old. 6 Sets Collars, Hames and Winkers, nearly new. 4 Sets Leading Harness, nearly new. 6 Sets Plough Chains and Backhands. Set Five-horse Leather Reins complete, nearly new. Four-horse Block and Chains, nearly new. Four-horse Set Swingletrees, nearly new. Double-furrow Plough, Duncan, nearly new. Tip Cart and Dray. Sydney Dray and Frame. Ten-feet Cambridge Roller. Six-feet McCormick String Binder, only cut about 160 acres. Five-feet McCormick String Binder, 1887 machine. Five-feet McCormick String Binder, 1887 machine. Extra strong Waggon, good aa new. Quantity Empty Sacks, .Horse Covers, Tools, etc. The Horses are mostly V oung, and of a Superior Stamp, and the Plant in Good Order. Sale at 12 Noon • T. BULLOCK, . 7J112 Auctioneer. Clearing Sale MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Mil Peter Innk.s (who has sold his farm) to Sell by Public Auction at his HOMESTEAD, WAKANUI, The whole of his Horses, Stock, Implements, etc., on WEDNESDAY, JULY 2Sbd. At 12 o'clock. HORSES. Bay Drauehfc GELDING, Punch. Chestnut Draught GELDING, Bob. Chestnut Draught MARE, Jessie. Black MARE, quiet in saddle and liar ness. Black HACK, quiet in harness. CATTLE. COW, in full profit. COW, in calf. HEIFER, in calf. SHEEP. -]OA Merino EWES, in lamb to X O \J Bonifiant rams. j~ Smal PIGS. IMPLEMENTS 2 Double-furrow PLOUGHS, by Duncan 2 Single-furrow PLOUGH by Blyth. 1 Sets HARROWS. 1 Set DISC HARROWS. 1 Cambridge ROLLER. 1 DRAY and FRAME. 1 TIP DRAY and FRAME, 1 Champion Grain DRILL and Grass Seed SOWER. 1 Massey REAPER and BINDER, nearly new. 1 HORSE POWER and CHAFF CUTTER. 1 WAGGONETTE, double seated. 1 Set Buggy HARNESS. Shaft and Leading HARNESS. 4 Sets Plough HARNESS. Quantity Mangolds, Potatoes, Oats. Seconds Wheat, Dairy Plant, Furniture, Jf-ton of Flour. 1 Stack Oat Sheaves. Quant iy Firewood Sale at 12 Noon. Luncheon provided. D. THOMAS, 71 Auctioneer. aXWration of~date FRUIT, FOREST, and ORNAMENTAL TREES BULLOCK'S ARCADE. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Messrs Gordon Bros., of Anderson's Bay Nursery, Dunedin, to Sell by Public Auction at Bullock's Arcade, on SATURDAY, JULY 26th, At 12 o'clock. OKA' Choice ROSE TREES. OAA GOOSEBERRY and CURA\J\J RANTS. ] pf f\ FRUIT TREES, and a large 1 OVJ quantity of Forest and Flowering Shrubs. D. THOMAS, 7*124 Auctioneer, *
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2471, 22 July 1890
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