David Thomas. 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, Mcore and Cass Street?. 3 QUARTER ACRE SECTIONS, fronting Mona Square.
TO - MORROW, Saturday, June 24th, 1005 MR D. THOMAS has received instrac- . tiona from Dr Trevor (in consequence of his leaving the District), to Sell by Public Auction, on Saturday, 24th June. 1905, His Thoroughly Well Built and Handsome Dwelling Houso, with Stible, Orchard, etc., situated at the Cornor of Tancred and Cass Street, together with i-Acre of Land, in the centre of the Town of Ashburton. Also, — 2 QnARTER ACRE SECTIONS, adjoining the above, frouting Moore and Cjiss 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 most Valuable in the Town of Ashburton. Easy Terms can be made. Sale at 2 p.m. 6 178 D. THOMAS.
TO- MORROW, Saturday, 24th Jmu\ SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
TTNTENDING purchasers are reminded JL that the sale of Mrs Meaclek'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. 6 268 D. THOMAS, Auctioneer.
TO - MOKROW, Satuiday, June 24. i-Acre Building" Site, Centrally situated; not far from the Railway Station. MR DAVID THOMAS will offer by Publio 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 nnd Conditions at Sale. Note Time—l.3o p.m. D. THOMAS, 6 237 Auctioneer.
Bullock's Arcade TO-MORROW. SATURDAY, June 24th, 1905. CARTER'S TERRACE, TINWALD. 15 Acres 15 Acres And Dwelling House. Johnstone Street and Angle Road.
MR DAVID THOMAS (in 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, Trapshed, Cowshed, Piggeries, and Fowlhouse. i The Land is subdivided into 5 paddockß; 7 acres are in grass, half acre in Good Orchard, aud the balance is in fallow. The land is in excellent heart, and is admirably adapted for a Market Garden. Full particulars afc time of Sale on application to — O. THOMAS, Auctioneer; 6.174 Or P. FERRIMAN.
Public Notices. ACKNOWLEDGMENT, MR GEOGE ELLIOTT and FAMILY desire to Thanl? all Kind Friends, Donors of Wreaths, etc., for their kind sympathy in their sad bereavement. Church Street, Hampstead, 23rd June, J905. 6 284
LOOK! LOOK! - WINTER SHOW. ■ -|-\ON'T misa to see the WINTER SHOW of MEAT at the Farmers' Meat Supply Company. THE PRIMEST BEEP, MUTTON, PORK, AND LAMB ON VIEW. Orders promptly Executed, J. H. RULE, i 6 292 Manager.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6603, 23 June 1905
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6603, 23 June 1905
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