Friedlander Bros., Ltd SALE OF THOROUGHBRED BLOOD MARSS. T7K7E are instructed by Mr Hugo FriedTT lander to offer at oir lexb Horte Fair, on FRIDAY, 1! th MAY, A few of his Thoroughbred Mares, he having decided to relinquish Horse Breediag. This affords a rare opportunity for farmers to rear Carriage fforaes, etc. The above are all stinted, Sale without Rosorvp. FRIEDLANDER BROS, LTD., 5 200 Auctioneers. HORSEHAIR. FRIDAY, MAY 19th, 1905. "OjT E are instructed to offer at our West ?» Streeb Auotion Mart on the above
dateOn account of a Seafield Client— 2 Draught Fillies, 3yrs old, unbroken 2 Light Draught Fillies, 4yrs old I BUck Gelding, Gyrs, good harness horse Account Lauriston Client— 4 Draught Geldings, all good workers Account various Clients— 1 Chestnut Gelding, first-class hunter 1 B<iy Maro, by King of Quality. 1 Bay Gelding, 3yrs 1 l ay Golding, "Prince," 4yr_ .1 Bay Mart, Bell, Byrs 1 Bay Mare, 3yr3, by Topgallant Also, — Instructed by the Holders of Bills of Sale,— 1 Chestnut Mare, Rose, 4yrs 1 Bay Gelding, Tom, syrs . 1 Bay Gelding, Jack, Byrs I Bay Gelding, Dick, 7yrs D.F. Plough by Duncan, Set 5 leaf Diamond Harrows, Farm Dray and Frame by Duncan, Sot 4 horse Blocks and Chains, Shaft and Leading Harness, Covers and Swingletrees, and 1 Bay Gelding, Clyde 1 Bay Gelding, Glen 1 Black Mare, Bloss. with foal at foot, and stinted to Sandow 1 Chestnut Gelding, Jimmy, Hack D.F. Plough by Reid and Gray, Set 4 Horse Blocks and Chains, Shaft and Leading Harness
Preseut Entry 80 Head. FRTEDLA.NDER BROS., LTD., R. FRIEDLANDER, 5 201 Auctioneer. HORSE "FAIR. /"\UR next Horse Fair will take place on FRIDAY, May 10th, 1905, for which we are now boeking Entries. FRIEDLANDER BROS. Ltd. R. FRIEDLANDER, i 450 Auctioneer. FOR PRIVATE SALE 1026 Acres at Winchmore. THE Undersigned have received instructions from Mr Geo. Robertson, who has Purchased Mr W. P. Studholme's " Kakahu " Estate, to offer for Absolute Sale by Private Treaty, m one or more Blocks,—
HIS WELL-KNOWN FARM at WINCHMORE, situated close to to the School, and containing 1026 ACRES Firatckss Cropping or Grazing Country. The Improvements on the Homestead consist of 7-Roomed House, Stable, Loose Boxes, Chaff and Trap House. From its handy situation to Ashburton, this Property should command the attention of Intending Purchasers. No Reasonable 'Offer Refused. Full Particulars on Application. FRIEDLANDER BROS., Ltd. DAVID THOMAS, 4 299 Joint Agents. Farm For Sale* WE have been instructed to Sell by Private Treaty, a Compact Farm of 144 Acres on the Hinds. One hundred acres are m rape and turnips, ready for cropping, 40 acres m grass, balance plantation. For particular and price, apply— FRIEDLANDER BROS., Ltd. For Private Sale. TTCTE have received instructions from MR GEORGE GRICE to offer for Sale by Private Treaty His Compact Little Farm .4. OV ... 170 Acres. The Land is divided into 5 Paddocks, all well fenced and watered, 5-roomed House, Stable, Shed, and Chaffhouse. Property adjoins the Willowby School. No Reasonable Offer will be refused. FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD.
The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd, Mayfield Sale. TO-MORROW, THURSDAY, 18th MAY, 1905. WE will offer, on aocount of Mb Geo. Spenceb— O/\/\ Fat and Forward Lambs. Other Entries solicited. T. F. GIBSON, Manager. 5 219 H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer. HOUSE FAIR. r\UR NEXT HORSE FAIR will be held on FRIDAY, 23rd June, 1905. We are NOW BOOKING ENTRIES for the above. Commission 3£ per cent. 5 Yard Fees Is 6d. T. F. GIBSON, Manager. H, A. LLOYD, [Auctioneer. . m QHIP Tomato Sauce iB Delioious.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6572, 17 May 1905
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