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David Thomas. AKCADE. Thursday, April 27th, 1905. ME D. THOMAS lihs received instructions from MrsC. Urad'lell (who is leaving the District), to sell her Household Furniture, consisting of: — Pianette, Sideboard, Pictures, Sofa?, Easy Chairs, Dining Tabl»p, Bo< ks, Bedsteads, and Bedding, Washstauds, Dressing Tables, Kitchen Utensils, Crockeryware, and a lot of Bundrie*. NO RESERVE. Sale at 2 p.m. D. THOMAS, 4 253 Auctioneer. methven Sale. Thursday, 27th" April, 1905. \k B DAVID THOMAS has received i «'l instructions from Mr H. T. Knight (aa Agent for Mr W. Wreatba'l), to Soil by Public Auction his Property in the Metbven Township, consisting of— HALF Ah ACRE of LAND, together with a 7-roorned House. The Houae is in a really good position, and is in good order. Sale at 12 O'clock. I D, THOMAS, 4 823 Auctioneer. ARCADE. HOKSE FAIR. Friday, gStli April, 1905. ME D. THOMAS will oEfer at the above Fixture, on account of Messrs Hoult and Sons, Fielding,— O/i Head of Young Draught and mi^E Spring Cart Horses. A good consignment. Sale at 12 Noon. D. THOMAS, 4 262 Auctioneer. JtifJJLLOJEJ Jj AIJK;« FRIDAY, APRIL 28th, 1905 ME DAVID THOMAS will hold his usual Horse Fair in the Arcade, Ashburton, on the above date, when he will offer on account of various clients, — "I AA HORSES of all descriptions. Sale at 12 Noon. D. THOMAS, 4 267 Auctioneer. TTnTJQ'Ei 1 1? A TT? JnLUxi^jDi JJAJLJaj Friday, April 28th, 1905. ME D. THOMAS will Offer on account of Various Clients, at his usual Fair, the following Consignments, viz.:— On account of a Client, — 9 Draught and Useful Farm work Horses On account of Grceuslreet Client,— 2 Draught Geldings (Good and Staunch) IMare, with Foci at Foot, by Glenorchie 1 Thoroughly Good Harness Horse, 7yrs On account of Wakanui Client— 6 First-class Draught Horses, with Harness and Covers On account Mr J. Clinton, — 1 Chestnut Mare (syrs) by Gorton, good and quiet in Saddle or Harness 1 Chestnut Gelding (3yrs) by Marquis or Zetland On account of Eakaia Client, — O Bonn Draught Mares (6yrs old) On account of Southern Client, — • O First Class Young Draughts (Mares O and Geldings) Also,— Several Good Sorts for Spring Cart and Tramway Purposes. Sale at 12 Noon. D. THOMAS, 4 337 Auctioneer. Bullock's Arcade Shepherds Bush Estate WS A CIIE S 2678 SATURDAY, 29th APRIL, 1905. H\/8"R D. THOMAS has received instrucJIVX tions from Mb D. Fraser, Shepherd's Bush, to Sell by Public Auction as above,— His GRAND GEAZING PEOPERTY containining 2678 ACRES (more or less), situated on the banks of the Bangitata Eiver, adjoining Craoroft. The Estate is subdivided into 19 Paddocks, water in each. The boundary and J subdivisional fences consist of 6 wires and iron standards, all in good condition. A large portion of the Land is in English Graßs. 'The improvements consist of House, Good Stables, Now Woolshed for 10 Shearers, Sheep Yards, Sheep Dip, Orchard, House for Shearers, with Brick Oven, and other Buildings, etc. SHEPHERD'S BUSH ESTATE, as a Grazing Property, is hard to beat, its carrying and fattening capacity being acknowledged as first-class. The Land must be seen to be appreciated, and the Auctioneer stronply advises would-be buyers to go promptly and inspect. If not sold as a whole by Auction, it will then be offered on the same d&te in FIVE FARMS, from 332 ACRES to 864 ACRES. Terms Easy, and will be given at Sale. Sale at 2 p.m. ~~~" D. THOMAS, 3IS Aeh burton. Bullock's Arcade. SATURDAY, 29th April, 1905 148 Acres 1 Rood Rich Swamp Laud, D THOMAS has received instructions • from Me John Ellis, of Hinds, to Sell by Public Auction as above, — HIS FIRST-CLASS FARM, containing 148 Acres 1 Rood of as Rich Land as there is in the County, within one mile of Hinds Railway Station and School. This Farm is part of the original Coldstream Estate, fronting on the Longbeaoh Eoad, is subdivided into 8 Paddocks, well watered, and with Cottage, 6 Stall Stable, Chaffhouse, Grain Shed, etc. This Farm ifl worth looking after. ; Sale at 2 p.m. D. THOMAS, 4 264 Auctioneer. * 5 TTjETTER Value than ever " is the -O verdiot of all who have seen the New Season's stock of Men's Rainproof Tweed Coats, Macintoshes, Hats (big variety), Shirts (all kinds), Woollen Underwear, Caps. Gloveß, Mufflers, Ties, etc., at Gibbabd's, Tancred Street, opposite Arcade, It will pay those about to purchase Winter supply to e»U and tet t&MB goodsf

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6552, 22 April 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6552, 22 April 1905

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