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HENRY STEPHENSON. I TO-MORROW. CLEARING SALE. ON account of Messrs Brown and McDonald, Builders, comprising T.S. 1177, Havelock Street West, with Buildings as previously advertised. I 1 Spring Dray. ' 1 Spring Cart-Horse and Harness. ; 1 Rustic Cart. 1 Gig, etc. Also a Quantity of Tools, Timber, Nails, Hinges, Grindstones, Mortice Machines, etc. To be sold on Messrs Brown and McDonald's Premises, Havelock Street West, in conjunction with Messrs Ferriman and Go. 1 HENRY STEPHENSON, 3 108 Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE. PROPERTY. PROPERTY. SATURDAY, MARCH 14. Tv the Estate of Evan Davies, deceased. XTNDER instructions from the Public J Trustee, I will Sell at my Rooms, as above, in the Estate of Evan Davies, deceased, — • i-ACRE with COTTAGE of 4 rooms. Being Lot 117, Part R.S. 6552, situated on Wellington Street, Hampstead; just off East Belt. The Property is in good order and very handy to town. Also, on acount of Mr J. Brown— His Property, situated on Jones's Road, just off East Belt, comprising— $-A ORE, with. Cottage of 4 rooms, etc. This is a very neat little property and very conveniently built. Large Washhouse. Copper and Tubs set in, Concrete Paths, etc. An ideal Cottage for a working man. Sale at 2 p.m. HENRY STEPHENSON, Auctioneer.

AUCTION SALE EXTRAORDINARY. 1(30 . WATCHES. , .100 All Unredeemed Pledges. 100 Ladies' and Gents' 18-carat Gold and Silver Watches—cost from £10 to £GO each, and 30 Double Silver Alberts and Greenstones. 4 S they are unredeemed pledges, lr\- they will be all sacrificed by Public Auction, Next SATURDAY, "at H. Stepheuson's Auction Marl as soon as splendid Bicycles are slaughtered lor debt. No- person should miss this Extraordinary Chance. 3 183 AUCTION SALE FOR DEBT. EXTRAORDINARY slaughter by , auction, of Ladies' and Gents' splendid Ediecoasfcer Bicycles, worth £18 each. Must be all sacrificed for debt, ' by Public Auction, at Stephenson's Auction Mart, Next Saturday, 14th March, aiter L p.m. ( 3 130 X"" ' ■ ———— FRUIT SEASON, 19V*. TEVIOT n-:uIYS. TEVIOT FRUITS. PEACHES, APRICOTS, NECTARINES, PLUMS, ETC. '.Having 'made fresh arrangements with A.^iiirch, If. Uloxham, and othom, 1 am now receiving regular consignments of Peaches, Apricots, Plum;-;, etc., etc., direct from their Orchard, Teviot. ! Fruit from the above Growers is the | finest on the market, and their grading j | and packing can be relied on. I There being no second handling, I am in the position to sell at tho LOWEST PR[GE for Cash. Dcn't be disappointed this season. Book your Orders early.

Country Orders promptly attended to. . ; ■, : ■..-. /.. ■ PEACHES, APRICOTS, PLUMS, Etc., for Dessert, Jam, or Bottling. When Ordering by Letter be suro| and state what quality you require. ', AUCTION SALES of Fruit, Poultry, Produce, Pigs, Cattle, Furniture ciiidj Sundries' every'SATURDAY, 1 p.m.,! aud privately through the'- weok. ' ; CLEARING SALES arranged in town or country'at. Lowest Rate^. i^-H£MRY-, I BTEPHENBOMi. ! ; i AUCTIONEER, LAND AND AGENT. errsss^si!?!s*°***''J!J.'S!!^-''" ' ■■ .— — H. L. VBARKER,"'. X AND SALES!A N , *■-* ' And . ■;■'■■ i a;l\i produce buyers' representative; ... ■. ~ ■ j CASH BUYER OF— Fab Lambs and Sheep (at per head or \w pound.) Grain, Seeds and Produce.

I HAVE SPECIAL ORDERS. FOR— .■ Prime Milliner, Wheat, Cocksfoot, Haavy ttyegrass'Sciedj and Prime OiiLsheaf "Chaff: '■ ■ ■ SUPERIOR "FARM SEEDS. Supi>lied railage free to' r nearest ■■■ ■ way Station. ' -•'. AGENT FOE.— ■ . . j Queensland Insurance Co., Ltd- j

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8815, 11 March 1914

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