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David Thomas. Bullock's Arcade. TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, APRIL 29th, 1905 j D THOMAS has received instructions • from the Chairman of the Ananu Road Board to Sell by Public Auction as above,— 6 ACRES 3 ROODS 22 POLES, beinsr the Land contained m a closed road iunning: through R.S. 29109, 28077, and 2^834, on the Anamu Estate, Alford Survey District. Sale at 2 p.m. D. THOMAS, ! .{, 265 Auctioneer. I Bui luck's Arcade. TO-MORROW. SATURDAY, 29th April, 1905 148 Acres I Rood Rich Swamp Lasid, D THOMAS has received instructions • from Me John JKUis, of Hinds, to Sell by Public Auotiou as above,— HIS FIRST-CLASS FARM, containing; IJB Act en 1 Rood of as Eich Land as th^re i* m the County, within one unit! of Hinds Railway Station and School. This Farm is part of the original Coldstream Estate, fronting on the Longbeaoh Road, is subdivided into 8 Paddocks, wnll watered, and with Cottage, t> Stall Stable, Chaffhousp, Grain Shed, etc. This Farm is worth looking after. Sale at 2 p.m. D. THOMAS, 4 264 Auctioneer. TO - MORROW, Saturday, April 29th. 5 Acres Freehold and 2 Acres Leasehold with Dwelling and Outbuildings thereon, Smith's Road, near A. <fc P. (Show Grounds. nnHOSE interested are reminded that the JL rale of Mrs B. J. Primmer's property will take place at the Arcade on the date named, as previously advertised. Note time—l.3o p.m. D. THOMAS, 4 399 Auctioneer. Bullock's Arcade Shepherd's Bush Estate 2678 A CRE S 2678 TO-MQKROW, SATURDAY, 29th APRIL, 1905, MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Mr D. Fbaskb, Shepherd's Bush, to Bell by Public Auction as above, — His GRAND GRAZING PROPERTY , containining 2678 ACRES (more or less), situated on the banks of the Eangitatfi River, adjoining Cracroft. The Estate is subdivided into 19 Paddocks, water m each. The boundary and subdivisional fences consist of 6 wires and iron standards, all m good condition. A large portion of the Land is m English Grass. The improvements consist of House, Good Stables, New Woolahed 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 date m FIVE FARMS, from 332 ACRES to 864 ACRES. Terms Easy, and will be given at Sale. Sale at 2 p.m. D. THOMAS, 318 Aahburton. Henry Stephenson Special Entry. TO-MOREOW. Saturday, April 29th, 1905. A QUANTITY of very good useful Timber, Corrugated Iron, Sundries, etc., suitable for building Outhouses, etc., Without Reserve. HENRY STEPHENSON, 4 407 Auctioneer. Public Notices. Mount Somers Road Board. ANNUAL ELECTION. T HEREBY give Notice that FERGUS, WILLIAM SHABPLIN, HENRY HAVELOCK were, on the 28th day of April, 1905, duly Nominated as Candidates for the Office of Member for the Road District of Mount Somers, and that as the Number of Candidates nominated for such Office did not exceed the number of Vacancies to be filled, I did on the day aforesaid, and at the place of nomination, publicly declare and do hereby publicly notify the said William Fergus and Henry Havelock Sharplin to be duly Elected to such Office. Dated this 28th day of April, 1905. L. J. MoSREGOR, 4 421 Returning Officer. "VTEW Bibles to hand ranging m Prices X\ from Is to £2, or from the midget Pocket Bible to the Two Clasp Family Bible. A. T. H. WILLIAMS, Bookseller, Etc. SALE —OF— "SAMPLES, Bought lit 13s 4d In the £, ALL NEW GOODS THIS iSEASON, including— Men's Shirts, „ Hats, „ Caps, „ Ties, „ Underwear, Children's Hats, Caps, Etc,, AND Several Special Lines, MUST GO THIS MONTH. W H7 Pearce, Draper and Clothier, East Street. A BBEY Boot Polish the very Best. ADMIRAL Blue won't Streak Clothes.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6556, 28 April 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6556, 28 April 1905

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