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Auctions TATTERSALL'S. THUBSDAY NEXT. SPECIAL ENTRIES. 200 H ° e ~ Te s ' 200 TO ROAD CONTRACTORS, CONTRACT PLOUGHMEN. FARMERS, AND OTHKRS. -mA-ESSRS H. MATSON A CO., at the tv I request of numerous constituents, will hold a SPECIAL SALE, As per Advertisement of 6th, la addition to which is a consignment from Mr John Kerr. 28 HORSES 28 (From the Province of Nel on), Comprising— 8 HEAVY Draught Horses, mares and geldings, 5 to 8 years, by imported ■ires, all thoroughly staunch and good workers -i (* UNBROKEN Draught Geldings and AU Fillies, from 2to 4 years, out of really first class draught mares, by the wellknown imported horse Glanesr 2 SPLENDID Crosscountry Horses, 16 and 17} hands, rare weight carriers, and winners of several steeplechases is Nelson. Full particulars at sale. 1 BROWN Gelding, capital carriage horse, fast, and has been regularly driven by a hdy ICHESNUT Mare, 6 years, thoroughly good in saddle and harness. Me>srs H. Maison and Co. have great pleasure in calling the attention of the public to the fact that these horses hare been selected for this market, being carefully bred and broken by Mr Kerr, and those desirous of obtaining really first class horses should avail themselves of the opportunity cffered. 5-7 2802 H. MATSON A CO., Auctioneers.

H. MATSON 4 CO WITHOUT BESERVE. THIS D «A_ Y. THIS DAT. LINWOOD SALE. IMPORTANT SALE THIS DAY, TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1878, or VEST BUPEBIOB MAJOB DEATJGHT STOCK, COMPRISING— Q/"_ HEAD, Broken OvF and Unbroken ►JOO CROSS-BRED SHEEP AND IMPLEMENTS OF HTJSBANDBY, LT7E AND DEAD STOCK.

MESSRS H. MATSON A CO. have received instructions from F. Brittan. Esq., to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the above date, THE WHOLE OF HIS LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, Namely— 700 mixed sheep 30 horses, draught and light young stock, by Old Major IMPLEMENTS. 13-furrt —• plough, Ransom and Sims 2 double do, do 1 single do, do 1 do do, Garrett I double mould board, with potato raiser and horse hoe for fixing on to plough 1 garden plough, Ransom and Sims 1- Page's scarifier 1 set heavy iron harrows 1 set chain harrows 1 doub'e wooden roller 1 single do do ldray 1 SamueJson's royal, nearly new, reaping machine, sdf delivering 1 Blyth reaping machine 1 Hornsby's parrakeon grass cutting machine 1 G&rrott's 9-colter seed-drill, with turnip barrel and extras 1 grass seed barrow, for sowing 1 horse power 1 Richmond and Chandler's chaffcutter J do oat crusher 1 arum threshing machine 1 building, Dearly new; can be readily moved on wheels, about 20 x 18 And other articles too numerous to particularise, 10 Fat Pigs. The Auctioneers' instructions from the Vendor are to Se!l Absolutely to the highest bidder, without reserve, every line of the above. Mr Brittan having purchased the Kelsie Estate, his instructions are imperative.

Liberal Tkbhs. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. Sale at 12 o'clock, H. MATSON A CO., Auctioneers. _ 5-7 2768 C. T. ICK. " THIS DAY. UNDER DISTRAINT FOR REST. NETHERTON v. WALLIS. ON TUE3DAY, MAY 7th, AT ROLLESTON. "\M * C. T. ICK has received instructions —I**, from Mr Robert Davis. Bailiff, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, 14 pigs, 20 sheep, 1 cow, 13 sheepskins 68 empty sacks, 1 double-furrow plough. 1 chaffcutter 1 pair harrows, lot of farm implements and sundries. 2 horse dray and harness. A Quantity of HOUSEHOLD FUBNITUBE. Cutlery, plated forks and spoons, sponge and other baths, Ac., Ac The above »tock. Ac, hw been removed to -the yards at the ROLLESTON HOTEL L.r convenience of sale. Other en trie» of Lire Stock can be made. The sale will commence immediately upon the arrmu oMhe jmd-day train. 5-4 2570

W. J. G. BLUETT. POSTPONEMENT OF SALE OF MRS HAINE'S FARM. IN consequence of the Conditions of Sale baying been mislaid, the above Farm was not offered at the last Leeston Sale, a) advertised, out WTLL BE OFFERED, WirHOUr FAIL. -r, « ~ At the DOYLESTON SALE, ON MONDAY, 13th MAY, 1878. The FAUM consists of 116 Acß E s U6 Situated at KILLINCHEY. 80 acres laid down to English grass. Balance in stubb'e. Good house, ktah!e. Ac., Ac. For frtrtherparticulars, apply to 5-1 2493 W~J. G. BLUETT, Auctioneer. '*__ DALLAS & CO.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. IN THE EBTATE~OF THOMAS KENT. INSOLVENT. D k £„<£*• hare instructed to feEU, BY PDBLIO AUCTION, ftv^w^J??? 10 *' Col '»«> b o street, 01* WEDNESDAY, Bth MAY. _ At II o'c'ock, TbeWboU of the Stock in-Trade, Shop Fittings, teST^S 6 -' 1?* a J bow Bankrupt, tST* d J* 6 "*"** **ter colors, oleoengravings, Alan AbW^,s° f tt «* «*>w mouHings. and other card board from ; rfjgh. bud,, and other natural v - , Al»o, *"*' J****?, household furniture, and a £-££ too nuTer^ Salt to comanwt at U o'clock »b*rp. 2629

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Press, Volume XXIX, Issue 3988, 7 May 1878

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