David Thomas. Bullock's Arcade* Valuable Town Tancred and Case Streets, Ashburton. 2 QUARTER ACRE SECTIONS, with First-class Dwelling, Stables, etc. 2 QUARTER ACRE SECTIONS, Mcore and Cass Street?. 3 QUARTER ACRE SECTIONS, fronting ' JVlona Square. Saturday, Jnne £4th, 1005 MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Dr Trevor (in consequenoe of his leaving the District), to Sell by Public Auction, on Saturday, 24th June. 1905, His Thoroughly Wei! Built and Handsome Dwelling House, with Stable, Orchard, etc., situated at the Corner of Tancred and Cass Street, together with £-Acre of Land, in the centre of the Town of Ashburton. Also, — 2 QUARTER ACRE SECTIONS, adjoining the above, fronting Moore and Cass Streets. Also,— 3 QUARTER ACRE SECTIONS, fronting Mona Square.
In the opinion of tho Auctioneer the prospective value of the^e Properties must increase year by year, and become the moat "Valuable in the Town of Asbburton. Easy Terms can ba made. Sale at 2 p.m. 6 178 D. THOMAS.
Saturday, June 24. I-Acre Building Site, Ceatrally situated; not far from the Railway StatioD. MR DAVID THOMAS will offer by Public Auction on the above date, on account of Mr P. Peterson, — Town Section 538, containing 1 Rood, centrally situated in Peter Street, near the Railway Station. Terms and Conditions at Sale. Note Time—-1.30 p.m. D. THOMAS. ' " 237 Auctioneer,
Saturday, 24th Jun<\ SUBURBAN PROPERTY. INTENDING purchasers are reminded that the sale of Mrs Meacleji's property, comprising 13 Building Allotments, also 3 roods 29 perches, with dwelling, etc., situated at Hampstead, will take place at the Arcade on the above date, at 1.30 p.m., as previously advertised. T. BULLOCK, Agent. 0 26S D. THOMAS, Auctioneer.
FURNITURE CLEARING SALE. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from MR J. S. TENNANT, who is leaving the district, to sell at his Residence, Peter Street West (close to the County Ho?pital), on Thursday, 29 1 h June, 1905, The Whole of His Household Furniture & Effects. Drawing Room Suite, comprising Easy Chairs, Couch, Occasional Tables, Fender and Irons. Dining Room Suite, Chesterßold 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, and Household Utensils of every description too numerous to particularise. Everything is in first class order, and weli worthy of inspection. Sale at 1.30 p.m. sharp. D. THOMAS, 6 150 Auctioneer.
ARCADE. Clearing Ssile of Household Furniture, Contents of a 10 Boomed House. Saturday, July Ist, 1905. MR DAVID THOMAS has received instructions from DR TRBVOR, who is leaving the District, to Sell at the Arcade for convenience of Sale, the whole of his SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, also Horse, Buggy, and Harness.
For extended advertisement, see Mail on June 17th, or Guardian of 17th, 24th, and 28th. Sale at 12.30 Sharp. D. THOMAS, 231 Auctioneer.
I A M NOW BUYING €ood Sound Samples of WHEAT. I). THOMAS.
Public Notices. NOTICE. ANY Person or FersoDs found Trespassing with Dog or Gun on our Property at Tinwald, adjoining the Ashburton Riverbed, will be prosecuted as the law directs. 3. HOLLAND & SONS, 6 180 _ _ . Tinwald. BARGAINS (Nothing But) BARGAINS. READY-MONEY SHOP. ] AMOS'S Great Sale commencing Friday (Show Day). AMOS'S Great Sale commencing Friday (Show Day). AMOS'S Great Sale commencing Friday i (Show Day). ' Come one, come all, and bring your friends. Cowe one, come all, and bring your friends. Come one, come all, and bring your friends. Drapery, Drapery. Clothing, Clothing. Drapery, Drapery. Clothing, Clothing. Drapery, Drapery. Clothing, Clothing, 2 WEEKS ONLY. 2 WEEKS ONLY. 2 WEEKS ONLY. Suits to Measure —- 50s, 555, 60s. Suits to Measure — 50s, 555, 60s. Suits to Measure —■ 50s, 555, 60s. Doors Open Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. Doors Open Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. Doors Open Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. Bert Amos, (Late E. GIBBARD), Opposite Arcade. Parcels Sent to any Address. Parcels Seat by Bail Free.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905
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