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Public Notices. KINK TO-MORROW NIGHT rpENDERS Wanted at once to clea* X. about Two Hundred Acres o* Rushes. Apply to JOHN GRIGG, 8110 Longbeach. MR T BULLOCK SATURDAY, AUGUST 2nd. TO BREEDERS. A SUPERIOR BROOD MAHES A SPECIAL ENTRY. On account of Me. Morgan O'Beien, Pukeuri. 4 Superior DRAUGHT MARES, A four to six years old. \JZ Pedigrees at Sale. Also, — 2 First-class GELDINGS, C> cix years old. ' Sale at 1 o'clock. T. BULLOCK, 7*175 Auctioneer. ASHBURTON. TUESDAY. AUGUST -sth. THRESHING PLANT, Including TRACTION ENGINE. MR T. BULLOCK has received instructions from Mr Wkymouth Roberts, to sell by Public Auction, at th« Ashburton County Salcyards, on TUESDAY, August sth, at 11 a.m., his Threshing Plant, comprising Traction Engine, by Fowler, Combine, by Clayton ;and Shuttleworth, Elevators, Water Tank, Whare on Wheels, Cook's Galley, Weighing Machine, and all necessary gear. Terms at Sale. Sale at 11 o'clock precisely. T. BULLOCK, 815 Auctioneer. SATURDAY^AUGUST 9Town Section 824, with Brick Cottages thereon. 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. T.S. 824, containing |-acre, Cox Street, with Brick Cottages thereon. This property must be sold. Sale at 12 noon. T. BULLOCK, B§9 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 9th AUGUST. On Account of Mr George Shann. T.S. 570, 4-acre, well situated m Aitken Street. Sale at 12 noon. T. BULLOCK, B§B Auctioneer. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9th. MR. T. BULLOCK will Sell by by Public Auction, that Valuable Town Section 796, Cox Street. Capita} site for a house; land of first olasa quality. Sale at 12 Noon. T. BULLOCK, Bt7 Auctioneer. !■' ■.- i ' a ASHBURTON YARDS. TUESDAY, sth AUGUST, 1890. I SHALL have for sale at the above fixture, — OAA Crossbred EWES m lamb. 900 Crosslbred ]EWES m larabQAA Crossbred HOGGETS. PAA Cheviot Merino EWES m itJ\s \J lamb to Leicester Rams. Also,— Fat and Store CATTLE. Fat and Store SHEEP. PIGS. D. THOMAS, B*2 Ashburton. SPECIAL ENTRY. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2nd. Joiner's Tools, Moulding, and Sash Planes. ALFRED HARRISON, 8 11 Auctioneer. X WILSON'S X MERCANTILE OFFICES. ALL persons interested m Commerce should subscribe ta the British Volume of " Wilson's Mercantile Directory of the World," being THE ONLY DIRECTORY OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND ever published, cnntaining lists of all the Manufacturing, Wholesale, and Principal Retail Trades Price 355. Prices of Directories of any parts of the World on applcation, COMMERCIAL INQUIRIES regarding the standing of any person or firm anlwered on receipt of full name, trade, and P.O. value 2s. DEBT RECOVERY and Collection of Outstaneing Accounts undertaken on receipt of instructions and fee of 2s. MERCANTILE INFORMATION supplied, advice tendered, and questions of all kinds answered by experts. ADVERTISING of all kinds judiciously undertaken and contracted for j without charge. : C i RCULARS printed, folded, addressed, and despatched for home and foreign countries. AGENCIES undertaken or arranged for the i»le of manufactures, patents and specialities m every countryCONSIGNMENTS of every description^ goods sent to suitable markets, and sold for account PATENTS procured a igns, trademark copyrights regittered at home and abroad. GOODS of c ,-«ry kind supplied at wholesale prifes. Prospectus free on application to WILLIAM WILSON AND SONS, Stalbot Court, Easteheap London, E.C. I Branches and connection m every part jof the Wr r d.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2480, 1 August 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2480, 1 August 1890

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