David Thomas. Clear!Bigr $»1© METiiVEN. Thursday, May 25, 1905. MR DAVID THOMAS has received instructions from Mb L. Pdtjck, who is giving up Contracring, to hold a Clearing Sale of the whole of his Plant, viz: — Horses, Cattle, Implements, &c Also— His LEASE of 20 ACRES, together with 3-roomed Home, well Fenced and p'enty of Water. 6 Draught Mares and Geldings, Harness snd Covers O Head of Cattle IMPLEMENTS— 1 Dray and Frame, Massey - Harris Reaper, 2 Double Furrow Ploughs, Harrow?, 6 Sets Leading Harness, Collars, Hatnes. and Winkers, 2 Stack Covers, Grindstone, and a large quantity of Sundries. The Salo will take place after the Stock vSalo. D.THOMAS, 5 254 Auctioneer. ARCU)E. SatuMay, May £7lli, 1005 1 IK D. TTIOM^S has received instrucis«- tons from tho holder of a Bill of Sal", to offer at the above fixture, viz: A Contractor's Plant, Consisting of O Draught Mares and Geldings <TJ 2-yr-old Fillies, broken to chains y| 2-yr-old Unbroken Draughts IMPLEMENTS—2 Drays, 1 Roller, Set of Harrows, Binder, Stripper Plough, I etc. . D. THOMAS, 5 248 Auctioneer. Bullock's Arcade SATURDAY, June 3rd, 1905, Suburban Property, containing 4 Acres, Alienton, Subdivided into 7 Lots. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Mr Joseph Canning, to offer for Salo by Auction,— His Suburban Property, North-East Belt, Alllenton, Fronting Domain, i Containing 4 ACRES, subdivided into 7 Lots, as follows :— 1 Aore, with 6-rcomed House and other Improvements 2 Lots of 1 Acre each 4 Lots of v-Acre each inspection Invited. Sale at 2 p.m. 'D. THOMAS, 5 212 Ashburton. Bullock's Arcade. SATURDAY, June 3rd, 1905, TV/TR D. THOMAS has received in JjLJL strnctions from Mr .las. Williams to Sell as above— His Compact Property, Situated in Princes Street, Netherby, consisting of 1-ACRE, with NEW HOUSE of 6 Rooms, and Pantry; Fireplace in every room, good Concrete Foundation, Washhouse and Wood Shed; 3-stall Stable and Chaffhouse on Concrete Foundation j good Vegetable Garden, with Water Eace running through it. Also,— £-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 HORSE^ FAIR. MT Next Horse Fair will be held in the Arcade on FRIDAY, JUNE 9th, 1905. And throughont the Year on the Following Dates, viz. :— FRIDAY, JULY 21; FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 j FRIDAY, SEPT. 29. FRIDAY NOT. 17, and FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29 DAVID THOMAS, 1 79 ABhburton. Friedlander Bros., Ltd Farm For Sale. WE have been instructed to Sell by Private Treaty, a Compact Farm of 144 Acres on the Hinds. One hundred aorea are in rape and turnips, ready for cropping, 40 acres in grass, balance plantation. For particulars and price, apply— FRIEDLANDER BROS., Lm Ryegrass, Oats, and Wheat. T7IOR Prompt Delivery, we are CASH BUYERS, At Highest Market Bates, of.New]|Sea«on's i R\egrass, Oats, and Wheat. FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD. ' T. Bullock. TO LET. DWELLING of 5 rooms, detfcohed washhouse, etc., conveniently situated in Aitken Street. T. BULLOCK, Agent. toTet. NEW SHOP, conveniently situated in Burnett Street. Also,— SMALL SHOP in Triangle Buildings, near Post Office. And OFFICE or SHOP in Arcade. ! T. BULLOCK. WANTED— Buyers for Washstands at 10s each, Tables at 8s eaoh, Chairs is eaoh, Oilcloth Is 3d per yard, Linoteum 2yds wide at 3s 3d per yard, fitted and layed on your floor. Undbill & Co, Tancred Street, opposite Arcade. QHIP Tomato Sauce ißjDelioiouß. A DMIRIL Bl«e the Best Blue.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6575, 20 May 1905
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