David THomas. Oewiy Sale Thursday, May 25, 1905. MR DAVID THOMAS has received instructions from Mr L. Pduck, who is giving up Contracting, to hold a Clearing Sale of the whole of bis Plant, viz:— Horses, Cattle, Implements, &c Also— His LEASE of 20 ACRES, together with 3-roomed House, well Fenced and p'enty of Water. 6 Draught Mares and Geldings, Harness and Covers Q Head of Cattle IMPLEMENTS— 1 Dray and Frame, Massey - Harris Reaper, 2 Double Furrow Ploughs, Harrows, 6 Sets Leading Harness, Collars, Hames. and Winkers, 2 Stack Covers, Grindstone, and a large quantity of Sundries. The Sale will take place after the Stook Sale. D. THOMAS, 5 254 Auctioneer. ARCADE. Saturday, May 27th, 1905 i MR D, THOMa S has received instructions from the holder of a Bill of S.ile, to offer at the above fixture, viz: A Contractor's Plant, Consisting of O Draught Mares and Geldings . Q 2-yr-old Fillies, broken to chains A 2-yr-old Unbrbken Draughts IMPLEMENTS—2 Drays, 1 Roller, Set of Harrows, Binder, Stripper Plough, etc. "~ D. THOMAS, 5 248 Auctioneer. ARCADE HORSE FAIR. MY Next Horse Fair will be held in 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 2 DAVID THOMAS, 1 79 Ashburton. Friedlander Bros., Ltd Family Residence. TO LET. THAT very desirable FAMILY RESIDENCE at Tinwald, lately in the occupation of Mr Wm. Baxter, C.E. The Dwelling consists of 10 rooms, with Washhouse and Stable, Orchard, and about 2 Acres of Land. For particulars apply— 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 acres are in rape and turnips, ready for cropping, 40 acres in grass, balance plantation. For particulars and price, apply— FRIEDLANDER BROS., Ltd. Ryegrass, Oats, and Wheat T7IOR Prompt Delivery, we are CASH BUYERS, At Highest Market Rates, ofiNew^Seabon's Ryegrass, Oats, and Wheat. FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD. The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd, HORSE FAIR. : f\UR NEXT HOESE FAIR will be held on FRIDAY, 23rd June, 1905. ! We are NOW BOOKING ENTRIES for the above. Commiesion 3£ per cent.; Yard Fees ! Is 6d. I T. F. GIBBON, Manager. H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer. T. Bullock _ TO LET. DWELLING of 5 rooms, detached 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. Public Notices. For Sale-200 Acre Farm. HOUSE AND OUTBUILDINGS. St. Andrews District., IN Occupation for paßt seven years by Mr H. Barrett. For Particulars apply at— I H. C. BARRETT'S I Drapery, Clothing, and Boot Warehouse, ' Ashburton. 5 207 S»«- .1. M ., —■ I 1 • — ' i Charles Gieseler, HORSE BREAKER, Etc., Ashburton, DESIRES to inform the General Public that he is prepared to Break Horses to ! Saddle and Harness; also to do Clipping during the season. For Full Particulars and Charges apply ! at "Tatteraallß," Ashbnrton, where he has good accommodation for carrying oat his j work. Every care taken and attention given to ; all Horiea entrusted to him, 4 294
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