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Public Notices HAMSTEAD TOWN BOARD. " 1 mENDERS wanted for work 01 .j X Slaughterhouse Road. To be sent t the Chairman (Mr P. Fawcett) by noon 01 I SATURDAY, 6th insfc. Specifications a , my Office, Ashburton, ! . J. C. BELL I Clerk. September 2nd, 1890. 91] ! FOR SALE PRIVATELY. ! f7AA Half-bred HOGGETS [ />AA Half-bred EWES inlamb ', Apply to 9§4 GEO. JAMESON. IN THE ESTATE OF BLAND AND HUMPHERYS, AUCTIONEERS. IN LIQUIDATION. A LL Claims on the above firm must /"V be sent mto the undersigned on or before 6th day of September, 1890, or otherwise they will not be recognised. JOHN G. RESTELL, Liquidator. 28th August, 1890. 8 174 C. M. BROOKE CHEMIST, EASTST R E E T' ASHBURTON. "pRFSCRIBES For COUGHS, COLDS, RHEUMATISM, SKIN DISEASES, AND Other Minor Ailments BKOOKE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, Is Per Box, Are the best all round Family Medicine ——m—la&fAwwwiMnan mnm'*3Kmmau mr d thomas" HOESE BAZAAE. Late Messes Bland and Humphekys. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from the Liquidator of the above Estate, to Sell by Public Auction on the Premises, East Street, Ashburton, on SATURDAY, 6th SEPT., 1890, At 12 o'clock, Chestnut Mare, good m saddle and harness. Bay Horse, good m saddle and harness. Black Mare, good m saddle and harness. Gig and Harness. Fireproof Safe. Office Furniture. , Dray, Patent Lift. Lot of Harness, a quantity of Timber, , and a Lot of SUNDRIES. j And on account of another Owner, Three-year-old FILLY, by Digby Grand (unbroken), a grand stamp for a Roadster, took three prizes as a yearling, and two as a two-year-old. ALSO— 3 First Class DRAUGHT HORSES, good m any work, 5 years old. Other entries invited 1 D. THOMAS, 8 135 Auctioneer. FBIDAY, 12th SEPTEMBER, 1890. Great Clearing Sale j AT WESTERFIELD. D THOMAS has received instructions . from C. G. Hawdon, Esq. (who has sold the whole of the Westerfield property), To Sell by Public Auction at the HOMESTEAD, WESTERFIELD, ON FRIDAY, SEPT. 12, 1890, His well-known CARRIAGE PAIR i (grey)» we^ matched, quiet, and fast. WEIGHT CARRYING HUNTER. Also another HUNTER, likely to make a 'Chaser. 2 Three-year-old FILLIES, one of them very promising. Also a number of other good Light and Heavy HORSES. WAGGONETTE (with Hood), DoubleSeated BUGGY ,and Single-Seated ABBOT BUGGY. Large Quantity of English HARNESS and SADDLERY, by Peate, of London. Small Herd of PURE-BRED JERSEY CATTLE. -i H Store BULLOCKS, and a lot of j 1 MIXED C4TTLE. -I OA "Very Prime Fat MERINO Ln\) ewes. nr\ bacon pigs. nr\ store pigs, Number of Implements, including MANURE TURNIP DRILL, SPRING DRAY, &c. Large Quantity of various descriptions of TOOLS. 3 Large STACKS OF OATS. (One month given for removal.) Quantities of Wheat, Oats, Belfast Manure, &c, &c. Sheep Feeders. O A TONS OATEN SHEAF 4\J CHAFF. Fencing and Barbed WIRE, &c. FURNITURE, Including First-class PIANO, and a very large number of SUNDRIES too numerous to particularise. Fire-proof Safe, 2ft x 3ft. Fishing Tackle. Lawn Tennis Sets, etc. No Reserve. Jjunpheon provided. Sale at 11.30 sharp, ; D. THOMAS, B*lß9 Ashburton,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2509, 4 September 1890

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