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David Thomas. TINWALD YARDS. Tuesday, May 2nd, 1905. Jt/ffE DAVID THOMAS hftß reoejved XvX instrnotions from a Client to sell at the above Yards, viz:— tt{\ 18 Month 3 Old Cattle. 1Q A 2 and 3 Year Old Sreprs and J.OII Heifers. -* X Heftd Fafc Cafctle This lot of Cattle are well bred and m good condition. D. THOMAS, 4 390 (Auctioneer. ARCADE HORS.E FAIR. MT Next Horse Fair will be held m the Arcade on FRIDAY, JUNE gth, 1905. i And throughont the Year on the Following Dates, viz.:—• FRIDAY, JULY 21; FRIDAY, AUGUST 25; FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, FRIDAY, NOV. 17, and FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. DAVID THOMAS, 1 79 Ashburton. N,Z. Farmers' Co-Operative Association ot Canterbury, Ltd. TINWALD YARDS, TUESDAY, May 2nd, 1905, WE shall offer on account of Mb E. Horsey, Alford, m conjunction with Mr D. Thomas :— *7f\ f\ CROSSBRED "WETHERS; very §Kj V/ forward. Also—On account of Messrs Chapman Bros., Willowby: — K/l/\ TWO-TOOTH EWES. Also—-Fat and Stora Sheep, Cattle and T. F. GIBSON, Manager. 4 457 H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer. <re For Sale by Public Auction LAND, LAND. WATERTON. 376 ACRES, WE have been favoured with instructions from Mr .Tamea Jamiesos to Sell by Public Auction on Saturday, May 6th, 1905, At 1.30 p.m., Kis Splendid Agricultural Farm, with all possible Improvements, Including 376 ACRES, House (9 Rooms), Men's Hut, Stables, Implement Shed, etc. Good Terms can be arranged. Full Particulars can be obtained from the undersigned. T. F. GIBSON, Manager. 4 361 H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer. Clearing Sale WATERTON. Wednesday, 3rd May, 1905. HAVING- sold His Farm, we have received instructions from Mr W. SoustoD, to Sell by Public Auction, m conjunction with The National Mortgage and Agency Co., Limited, on the above date, the Whole of his LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. as follows*— SHEEPO|~k Sound-mouthed Ewes £\ Border Leicester Rams CATTLE— O Cows m fall profit; O Heifers, just calving O Calves PIGS— O W Forward Store Pigs O Sows m Pig HORSES— 1 Draught Mara, m foal to Balgourie -i Draught Mare, " Mag," 7yrs -| Blaok Gelding,"Bob" 1 Harness Horse, Byrs, by General Tracy 1 Chestnut Hack Mare, by Son-of-a-Gon, m foal to draught colt 12-year-old Colt, by Prince Imperial . 1 Yearling Filly, by Prince Imperial -g Colt Foal, by Prince Imperial 1 Draught Filly Foal, by Sir Rodger IMPLEMENTS— Dray and frame, set disc harrows, D.F. plough, set 4-leaf harrows, set plough tackle and tress complete, MasaeyHarris binder (new), manure scoop, trap and harness, stack oatsheaves, Btaok clover hay, two sets shaft and leading harness, stakes and wire netting, empty sacks, fowls, household furniture, and sundries. Sato to commence at 12.30 p.m. Luncheon Provided. T. F. GIBSON, Manager. 4 423 11. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer. T. Bullock _____ T^TEW Shop, conveniently situated m J3! Kurnett Street, opposite the Club. One Large Downstairs Room m Saunders' Buildings, near the Railway Station. Small Sbop m Triangle Buildings, near the Post Office and Railway Station. FOR SALE. TWO Building Allotments, corner N.E. and S.E. Belts, being T.S. 955 and 956, together or separately. Lot 46, containing 1 rood 8 pnrches, Eton Street, Hampstead, just off Wakamu Road. T. BULLOCK. FOR SALE. COTTAGE of 4 rooms with detached washouse, etc., fronting Eton Street Hampstead. T. BULLOCK. Tinwald Town Board. PUBLIC Notice its hereby given that m accordance with the Town Districts Act, 1881, Section 37, and the Rating Act, 1894, Section 37, it is the intention of the Tinwald Town Board at a Special Meeting to be held on WEDNESDAY, May 17th, 1905, to strike and levy a General Rate of five-eighths of one Penny m the £> on the rateable value of the rateable properties within the Tinwald Town District for the period commencing on the Ist Day of April, 1906, and ending on th« 31st Day of March, 1906, payable m one instalment on the 7th Day of June, 1905, and that the Bate Book is now open for inspection at the Office of Messrs Fooks ana Son, Bnrnett Street, Aihburton. 'C. DOHERTT, i Chajnnaß, Tinwald Town Board,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6557, 29 April 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6557, 29 April 1905

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