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David Thomas' WANTED. A BOUT 5 TONS STRAW ; to be carted raL into F. Bonnington's Paddock at Tinwald. D. THOMAS, 6 216 Ashburton. Ashburton Yards TUESDAY, 20th June, 1905 MR D. THOMAS has received instructions to sell as above— ?J£\ FAT CROSSBRED EWES 4 \J D. THOMAS. 6 217 Auctioneer. ?URNITORE~«L RARING SALE. %/fR D. THOMAS has received in--I?JL structions from MX J. S. TENNANT, who is leaving the district, to sell at his Residence, Peter Street Wusfc (close to the County Hospital), on j Thursday, 29th Juno, 1905 The Whole of His Household Furniture & Effects. Drawing Room Suite, comprising Easy Chairs, Couch, Occasional Table 3, Fender and Irons. Dining Room Suite, Chesterfield Couch, Sideboard, Pedestal Writing Table, Book Shelves, Table, Coal Scuttle, etc. Three Bedroom Suites, comprising Double and Single Bedsteads, Duchess Dressing Tables, Washstands, Ware, Wardrobe (mirror front), etc. Kitchen Furniture and Cooking Utensils, Dinner Service complete, Crockery. Carpets, Linoleums, Lamps, Coal Scuttles, Wheel Barrow, Garden Tools, Lawn Mowers, nnd Household Utensils of every description too numerous to particularise. Everything is m first class order, and well worthy of inspection. Sale at 1,30 p.m. sharp. D. THOMAS, 6 150 Auctioneer. 7' ARCADE. Clearing Sale Oi' Household Furniture Contents of a 10 Roomed Hou3e. Saturday, Ist July, 1905. MR DAVID THOMaS has received instructions from DR TREVOR, who is leaving the District, to se'l at the ARCADE for convenience of Sale, the whole of his Superior Household Furniture. Also—Horse, Buggy and Harness. DRAWING ROOM.- Chesterfield Couch, 4 Easy Chairs m Cretonne, Walnut Tables and Cabinets, Cane Rocking Chairs, Piano (by H. Bord, Paris), brass Fenders and Irons, Japanese Screens, Large Bamboo Workbasket, Tapestry, and other Curtains, Poles, etc. HALL.—Hanging Lamp, Tables and Chairs, Curtains, Japanese Umbrella-stand and Mats. NO. 1 BEDROOM-D.I. Bedstead, Box Mattress, Blankets and Eider-down Quilts,Duchesse Chest Drawers, 2 large Japanese Screens, Fire Guard, Washstand and ..Ware, Table, Basket Tables, Carpets. NO. 2, 3, and 4 BEDROOM.—2 D.I. Bedsteads, 3 Chain Mattrenses, Blankets and Quilte, 3 large Chest Drawers, 3 large Basket Chairs, large Mirror, Dressing Table with Drawers, Corner Brackets, Oval Tables, Looking Glasses, Towel Rails, 3 Washstands and Ware, Chest Drawers and Mirror, BATHROOM.—S.I, Bedstead, Chain Mattress, Blankets, large chest Drawers, Looking Glass, Washstand and Ware, Gas Geyser (Fletcher and Russell). DINING KOOM.-Table, Side Board, Small Table, 3 Coal Scuttles, 6 Chairs, Fender and |Irons, Dessert Service (Pink and Gold, 27 Pieces), Dinner Service (palm leaf pattern, green end gold, 62 pieces), Tea Service, m Blue, 30 pieces, Brown and Gold Tea Set, 35 Pieces, 8 Japanese Plates, Fruit Dishes, 3 Large Lamps, and a large assortment of Crockery and Glassware. KITCKEN.—Kettles, Saucepans, Fish Kettle, Tables, Chairs, -Knives, Forks, etc, Flour Bin, Mangle, Wringer, Wash Tubs, Bath, etc. GARDEN.—Garden Seat, Lawn Mower, Garden Tools, etc., and a large collection of POT PLANTS, about 150 m all, which are some of the best m the District. Large Collection of MEDICAL BOOKS. Sale at J2.30 Shnq). D. THOMAS, 6 196 Auctioneer. £ shburton Borough Council, Town Reserve for Lease, THE LEASE of Borough Reserve'77l, West Street, One ACRE, will be submitted to Public Auction on SATURDAY, the Bth day of July, by Mr D. Thomas, at 2 p.m, This Reserve is tho only Business Site left m West Street, and has 5 chains frontage to the Railway. The term of the Lease will be for 21 years, and will, at the option of the lessee, be subject to. renewal or dealt with as a Glasgow leise. All particulars as to conditions of lease may be seen at the Town Clerk's Office or at the Office of the Auctioneer. H. H. FOOKS, Town Clerk. D. THOMAS, 6 95 Auctioneer. Public Notices. v Farm for Sale, AN OPPORTUNITY NOT TO BE LOST "YjISTE have been instructed to sell by Private Treaty, A SPLENDID AGRICULTURAL FARM Comprising about 1200 acres of excellent land m the County of Ashburton, within very short distance of a Railway Station. There is a 6-roomed dwelling on the property, with outbuildings and other accessories requisite for efficient and profitable farming. Apply FRIEDLANDER BROS, LTD. A~"BBEY Boofc Polish is splendid!

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6598, 17 June 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6598, 17 June 1905

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