F&blic Notices. MISS BARRATT'S SCHOOL, . Cameron Street, West, WILL Re-open on MONDAY, 15th inst. Snbjects taught: English, j Music, Singing, Drawing. Cameron Street, Bth September, 1890. 9 31 UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY, (LIMITED.) 3ST O TIP GE3 ; IN consequence of the Disorganisation of Shipping Labor, the Directors regret they are UNABLE TO ADVERTISE THE RUNNING OF STEAMERS AS USUAL. Intending PASSENGERS and SHIPPERS will receive ALL POSSIBLE INFORMATION at the Company's Offices. j GEORGE JAMESON, Agent, Aahburton, MR D THOMAS T SHALL HAVE AT THE WESTERFIELD SALE ON FEIDAY :■. 1 nnn FAT cr°ssbredeweß 1 £snn uiinip s]s eep D. THOMAS, Auctioned-, 9 59 Ashburton. MR D. THOMAS has been instructed by Mr R. W. Jenkins, who is leaving Ashburton, to sell by Public Auction at Bullock' 3 Arcade on SATURDAY, 13th inst., at 1 p.m.— , HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. j Consisting of—Sofa, Small Tables, Cheffonier and Book Case, large Dining Table, Chairs, Iron Bedsteads, Chests of Drawers, and handsome Bedroom Suite m dark walnut—comprising large Wardrobe, Washstand with marble top, and Dressing Table. Also, Lawnmower, Roller, Hose, etc., etc. D. THOMAS, 9 56 Auctioneer. "~ BULLOCK'S ARCADE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th, 1890. Sale at 12 o'clock. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at Bullock's Arcade, the following effects m the shop lately occupied by Mr John Ranger :— 20 Tins Biscuits, 20 Tins Lollies, 12 Lollie Glasses and Jars, 0 Glass Cases with Lollies, 2 Pairs Scales and Weights, 1 Counter Top, 4 Glass Show Cases, 5 Tables and Toilets, 18 Cane Seated Chairs, 1 Dresser and Shelves, Plates, Dishes, etc., I Fancy Clock and Ornaments, Fender, Fireirons, etc., Linoleum, Mats, Bedsteads, Washstands, etc., Kitchen Utensils and American Stove, 1 Milner Fireproof Safe, And Sundries too numerous to mention. D. THOMAS, 9 64 Auctioneer. FBIPAY, 12th SEPTEMBER, 1890. Great Clearing Sale 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 (grey), well matched, quiet, and! fast. ■ ' I 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. Larwe Quantity of English HARNESS °and SADDLERY, by Peatk, of London. Small Herd of PURE-BRED JERSEY CATTLE. n Store BULLOCKS, and a lot of MIXT^D CATTLE. -f OA Very Prime Fat MERINO jL£\J ewes. Of\ BACON PIGS. HA 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. r\f\ TONS OATEN SHEAF £ V 7 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. Luncheon provided. Sale at 10.30 sharp. A COACH WILL LEAVE ASHBURTON ON ARRIVAL OF FIRST TRAINS FROM TIMARU AND CHRISTCHURCH. CATALOGUES AT SALE. D. THOMAS, *189 Ashburton,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2515, 11 September 1890
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