David Thomas. Shepherd's Bush Thursday, June 22nd, 1905. Sheep, Horses, Cattle, Implements, Sundries, etc, MR DAVID THOMAS has been instructed by Mr Donald Fraser, of Shepherd's Bush, who has disposed of the whole of his property, to hr-ld a Complete Clearing Sale of the LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, On THURSDAY, JUNE 22nd, 1905, At the Homestead. SHEEP— "I (\CbCI Halfbre. d 4 > 6,andß-tooth JLVF XJ^J 1 Ewes, m Lamb to Border Leicester Rams, and due to Lamb 20th September QQQ f-bred 2-tooth Ewes, m <taiOO Lamb to Border Leicester Rams, due to Lamb 20th September 3fe£- Border Leicester Rams D 2t*/f\ Fat Lamlis Oi/ CATTLE— 3 Cows m Full Profit 3 Springers 3 Fat Steers 7 1 and 2-yr-old Steers and Heifers HORSES— 2 Two-yr-olds Unbroken (Mare and Gelding) 1 Mare and Foal 2 Draught Horses 5 Light Horses 1 Lady's Hack IMPLEMENTS— 1 Farmers' Favourite Drill (new), 1 P, and D. Duncan Drill (new), 1 Heavy Roller, 1 Set Tyne Harrows, I Set Chain Harrows, 2 Sets of Duncan's Disc (nearly new), 1 Dray, 1 Trap, 2 Sots Trap Harness, 2 Sets Dray Harness, 3 Riding Saddles, 2 Ladies' Side Saddles (nearly new), 1 Wheelbarrow, Wire Roller, Strainers, 1 Murray's Wool Presp, Avery Weighing Machine, 300 Empty Sacks, and a Quantity of other Tools, Grindstone, etc. Harness, Also, — HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, of an 8-roomed House, including New Piano, Tables, Chairs, Single and Double Bedsteads, Ornaments, Crockery, etc., etc. Luncheon Provided. j Sale at 12 o'clock. D. THOMAS, 6 32 Auctioneer. Saturday, 24tli Juno. Important Sale of SUBURBAN PROPERTY. SUBDIVISION of Mrs K. Meaclem's Homestead Block, situated just beyond the East, Belt, and fronting Eton Strent and Wakanui Road, and running bac'< to the Belt Road. MR D. THOMAS Till offer by Public Auction at the Arcade, on above date, on account of T. Bullock, Agent for Mrs R. Meaclem, — HER PROPERTY, fronting Wakanui Ecud and Eton Street, as above. A portion has been divided into 13 ALLOTMENTS 13 Varying m Area from 35 to 39 Perches each. ' LOT 14, the Homestead, contains 3 Roods 29 Perches, on which is erected a Dwelling House of Sis Rootns, with verandah on two sides, Bathroom, Pantry, Hot aud Cold water laid on, detached Washhouse, and Other Buildings. The House is surrounded by garden, macrocarpa fence fronting the road, etc. Healthy Locality. Inspection Invited. LIBERAL TERMS. Note time of Sale—l.3o p.m. T. BULLOCK, Agent. 6 129 D. THOMAS, Auctioneer. Bullock's Arcade SATURDAY, June 24th, 1905. CARTER'S TERRACE, TINWALD. 15 Acres 15 Acres And Dwelling House. Johnstone Street and Angle Road. MR DAVID THOMAS (m conjunction with Mr F. FERRIMAN) has received instructions from Mr Joseph Rountree to Sell— His Snug Little HOMESTEAD, comprising about 15 Acres of First-class Land, with Dwelling House of 4 Rooms, and Scullery, Chaffhouse, Trapahed, Cowshed, Piggeries, and Fowlhouae. The Land is subdivided into 5 paddocks; 7 acres are m grass, half acre m Good Orchard, and the balance is m fallow. The land is m excellent heart, and is admirably adapted for a Market Garden. Full particulars at time of Sale on application to— D. THOMAS, Auctioneer; 6 174 Or F. FERRIMAN. Bullock's Arcade. Valuable Town Properties. Tancred and Cass Streets, Ashburton. 2 QUARTER ACRE SECTIONS, with First-class Dwelling, Stables, etc. 2 QUARTER ACRE SECTIONS, Moore and Cass Street?. 3 HALF ACRE SECTIONS, Fronting Mona Square. Saturday, June 24th, 1905 MR D. THOMAS has received instruc- . tions from Dr Trevor (m consequence of his leaving the District), to Sell by Public Auction, on Saturday, 24th June, 1905, His Thoroughly Well Built and Handsome Dwelling House, with Stable, Orchard, etc., situated at the Corner of Tancred and Cass Street, together with i-Acre of Land, m the centre of the Town of A eh burton. | Also, — i 2 QTTAETER ACRE SECTIONS, adjoin- | ing the above, fronting Moore and Cass Streets. Also,— 3 QUARTER ACRE SECTIONS, fronting Mona Square. In the opinion of the Auctioneer the prospective value of these Properties must increase year by year, and become the moßt Valuable m the Town of Ashburton. Easy Terms can be made. Sale at 2 p.m. 6 178 " D. THOMAS. I AM NOW BUYIN* Good Sound Samples of WHEAT. D. THOMAS. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, i for Coughaand Colds never fails. 1b 6&
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