EUioU'x Gardens, Alford Forest Etoad. TO - MORROW, Thursday, May 18th, 1905, fc,* R DAVID THOMAS has received 4? -L instructions to, Sell as abo ye,— 50,000 Strawberry Plant* 2 Tons Parsnips 2 Ton? Carrots 500 Rhubarb Roots £-Acre Broccoli £-Acre Savoys i- Acre Turnips Large Bed Asparagus, Lot Cow Cabbage, Lot Market Gardener's Sundries. To be Sold m Lots to suit Purchasers. All Lots to be shifted by Ist Jnne. The above Strawberry Plants are the best m the County. Sale at 2 p.m.
D. THOMAS, 5 86 Auctioneer. Bullock's Arcade SATURDAY, "june 3rd, 1905, Suburban Property, containing 4 Acres, Allenton, Subdivided into 7 Lots. - MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Mr Joseph Canning, to offer for Sale by Auctidn, — His Suburban Property, North-East Belt, Alllenton, Fronting Domain, Containing 4 ACRES, subdivided into 7 Lots, as follows :— 1 Acre, with 6-r corned Houßfl and other Improvements 2 Lots of 1 Acre each 4 Lots of }-Aore each
Inspection Invited. Sale at 2 p.m. D. THOMAS, 5 212 Ashbnrton. Bullock's Arcade SATURDAY, June 3rd, 1905, MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Mr Jae. Williams, to Sell as above — His Compact Property, Sttnated m Prince 3 Street, Netherby, consisting of £-ACRE, with NEW HOUSE of 6 Rooms, and Pantry ; Fireplace m every room, good Concrete Fonndation, Washhonse and Wood Shed; 3-stall Stable and Chaffhouse on Concrete Foundation ; good Vegetable Garden, with Water Race running through it. Also,— I ACRE, close to the above. There is a Water Race running through it; well fenced. The reasons of these Properties being Sold is that Mr Williams is desirous of going Farming.
Sale at 2 p.m. D. THOMAS, 5 213 Auctioneer, ARCADE HOKSE_ FAIR. MY Next Horse Fair will be held m the Arcade on FRIDAY, JUNE 9 th, 1905. And throughout 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. FUNERAL NOTML. rpHE Friends of Norah, Kelicb of the JL late Jakes Daly, of FairSeld Settlement, are respectfully informed that her FUNERAL will move from the Ashburton Railway Station on THURSDAY, 18th last., on arrival of 11 a.m. Train from North, for the Catholic Church, thence to Aahburton Cemetery. BAKER BROS., * 218 Undertakers. Public Notices.
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