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David Thomas. Methven Sa^yards. THURSDAY, Jane Bth, 1905. ME D. THOMAS has received instructions from a Client to Sell as above — "t f\d\f\ $-bred Lambs, off turnips ; .L\J\J\J a first-class line. T>. THOMAS, G 41 Auctioneer.

Arcade Horse Fair. Friday, June 9th, 1905. ME D, THOMAS will sell on account of various Clients, at the above Fixture, the undermentioned consignments of Horses, viz— On Accouut of Southern Clients — 6 Draught Mares an i Geldings (3 to 8 years old) On account of Lismoro client — 2 First-class Draught Mares, good m all work, m foal to Young Russell On account cf Messrs Kennedy Bros.— 4110r59 Team (aged 5 to 7 years) i good m ftll work. A specially good team ; any trial On account of a Northern Client— 6 Useful Farm and Spring Cart horses On account of Methyen Client— O Flrst-clasa Draught Geldings On account Mr John Small— 9 Draught Mares and Geldings (mixed ages), an exceptionally goad consignment On accouut of an Ashburton Client— h? Good Useful. Farm and Spring § Care Horses On account of Southern Client— j /* Young Draught Horsea A.'so a large number of Unbroken Spring Cart, Hirne3s, and Saddle Horses.

Piesent Entry, 120 Head. , Sale at 12 Noon, Sharp. D. THOMAS, 6 61 Auctioneer. Friday, June 9th, 1905 MR D. THOMAS (m conjunction with Messrs FRIEDLANDER BKOS.) have received instructions to Sell at the above Fair, on account of Mr John Small— ! Yj Draught Horses, aged from 2 to 7 4 yes ; a really first class lot Also,—Several Unbroken Colts and Fillies Sale at 2 p.m. D. THOMAS, FRIEDLANDER BROS., 678 • Auctioneers. Friedlander Bros., Ltd Ryegrass, Oats, and Wheat. li^OE Prompt Delivery, we are CASH BOYERS, At Highest Market Rates, of New^Sea&on'e R\egrass, Oats, and Wheat. FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD.

The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd, HORSE FAIR. /-\UR NEXT HORSE FAIR will be held on FRIDAY, 23rd June, 1305. We are NOW BOOKING ENTRIES for the above. Commission 34 per cent.; Yard Fees Is 6d. T. F. GIBSON, Manager. H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer.

T. Bullock FOR SALE. 2SHAEES m No. 2 Industrial Building Society. Apply to— T. BULLOCK. Tinwald, FOE SALE. 3 Sections together with cottage, fronting Thompson Street ; suitable for a family man,as it is not far from the Sckool. Easy terms of payment. Apply to T. BULLOCK. FOR~SALE. SMALL PEOPERTY, Longb«*ch Dis trict, 21 Acres, being E.S. 24366, with Plantations, etc., below Waterton Township. Price .£l3O. Easy Terms of Payment. T. BULLOCK. MONEY TO Lend on Approved Freehold Securities, special sums of .£2OOO, jBSOO, and £1600. T. BULLOCK. Public Notices. UPPEE ASHBUETON EOAD BOAED. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the portion of the South Eoad, from Mr Segers to the Canterbury Mill, is CLOSED during Eepairs to Bridge. By Order, J. DAVISON, 2 43 Clerk. Ashburton County Council.

NOTICE is hereby given that afc a Special Meeting of the above Council held on the 2nd day of June, 1905, a resolution was adopted altering No. 6 of the existing By-Laws for regulating the traffic upon the Ashburton Traffic Bridge so as to alter the hours during which traction engines may be taken across the bridge, and the said resolution will be submitted for confirmation at a meeting of the | Council to be held on FRIDAY, the 7th day of July, 1905, at 11 a.m. j A copy of the proposed alteration is deposited at the office of the Council, Baring Square, Aehburton, and will be open to public inspection every week day, during office hours, up to the 7th day of Jnly. By order. P. MAINWARING, Clerk Ashburton County Council. Ashburton, 6th Jane, HOB. 6 06

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6589, 7 June 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6589, 7 June 1905

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