AUCTIONS. J DAJLGETY AND CO., UMITEP. THE GRANGE ESTATE, PREBBLETON. FOR SALE BY AUCTION. ALSO, CLEARING SALE, LIVE AND BEAD STOCK. THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1897. D ALGETY and COMPANY, LIMITED, have received instructions from JOSEPH-«AYDOS, ESQ., (Who has purchased the Virginia Country), TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At his Homestead, Atl2nojti, OS THURSDAY, MAY 27ra, ABOUT 360 ACRES, Being "his w.elVta»own GRANGE ESTATE, PREBBLETON Thin Estate is situate about seven miles from Christehureh, and contains some of the best land in Canterbury, and is divided into convenient sized paddocks, all well fenced and watered. The Buildings comprise large 2-storied house of 12 rooms and bathroom, concrete draught stable, b*ek stable and granary, &0., all in thorough repair. The above Estate, which is in a high state of cultivation and intersected by good metalled roads, will be OFFERED as a WHOLK, and if noc sold will be then OFFERED in FARSIS varying- from 5 to 52 ACRES, a3 shown on pans. Luncheon provided, and the Sale will commence with the tana at 12 noon sharp, t j be followed immediately afterward* by a CLEARING SALE Ot the WHOLE OF THE LIVB AND DEAD STOCK (BXCLUSIVK OF HIS 2 STUD FLOCKS). Comprising-^— 300 FBEBZINQ lamb^ 100 VERY FORWARD LAi *BS J. A A TWO-TOOTH TO FULL-MOUTH GROSS•xVfVf BRKD EWiSS, in_ lamb to English Leicester Rams. An exceptionally good line of breeding ewes OJ.A-TWO, FOKR and SIX-TOOTH CROSS--1 O HKAD OATTIJS(4 fat, 2 dairy, and 7 young A«-» cattle) A CLVDJiSDALE MARES, and 2 Horses 1 Hunter, Starlight, 7yra, First Prize taker Leeston Show, and a first-olaM harness horse 1 Bay Filly, syra, a good lady's back 1 Pony, been constantly ridden by children 1 Waggonette, made by Rowland, in first-class order 1 McCnnuick Reaper and Binder, 1 W. A. Wood Mower, 1 Horuabv Side Delivery, 1 McSherry Graia Drill, 1 Cambridge Roller, 2 Farm Drays aud Vrumes, 1 tip Cart and Frame, 1 Duncan Cultivator, 1 Grubber, 1 Potato Moulder with Hoe attached, 2 D.F. Ploughs, 1 S.F. Plouirfa, 3 sets 4-lcaf Tine Harrows, 1 Scoop, 1 Ladder, Trap .Harness, 6 Sets Collars, llames, and Winkers, 2 Gait Saddles, 2 Sets Leading chains, 4 Stacks Oat-straw, 4 stacke Hay, 6 Acres Mangels, and a quantity of sundries. PLANS NOW READY. DALGETY and COMPANY, LIMITED. E. W. PARKER, Manager. 13 F. A. ARCHER, Auctioneer. DABFIELD YABDS. FRIDAY, MAY 28th. PRESENT ENTRIESgA.() PRIME FAT LAMBS 140 PRIME WETHEBS. , 100 FORWABD LAM BS X A FAT CROSSBRED EWES 1 PUREBRED JERSEY COW, to calv* in ft J- fortnight j Further Egtriea solicited. DALGEIY and COMPANY, UMITED. | E. W. PARKER, Manager. 919 F. A. ARCHER, Auctioneer. AUCTION SfLE OF FARM WHITECLIFFS, ALSO : CLEARING SALE LIVE AND DEAD STOCK .MONDAY, JUNE 7th, 1897. D ALGETY and COMPANY, LIMITED, have received instructions from Mr P. Doyle to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At hie Homestead, at 12 noon, ON MONDAY, JUNE ?«t, HIS COMPACT FAEM, Situated 24 miles from the Whitecliffs Railway Station, and containing' „ 178J ACRES. The comprise good Four-roomed House, with dairy and scullery, 12-stalled stable, grain and implement sheds, piggeries and sheepyards. The Farm ia in good heart and is divided into convenient - sized paddocks, all well fenced and watered. • .'. . AIBO, ; ~Vyt} TWO-TOOTH CEOSSBREDS 145 FORWABD LAMBS 100 MERINO EWES . m !*»* gA CROSSBRED EWES, in Lamb O1 HEAD CATTLE (including Cows andPore'wJ- bred Polled Augus Bull) SQPIGS . 1 O DRAUGHT HORSES, just out ot work and ■»-*-' all splendid workers Q TWO-YEAR-OLD HACKS 1 BUGGY MAKE -V 1 BAY GELDING I All broken to saddle 1 FOUR-YEAR-OLD COLT,; f and harness byTarahtalua J 5 D.F. ploughs by Reid and Gray, 1 S.F. Hornsby ' plough, 1 set disc harrows, I grubber, 1 grain drill, 1 Cambridge roller, 1 scoop, 1 farm and 3 tip drays, . | 10 Sets plough chains, 7 sets leading chains, IB sets collars, harness sand winkers, 5 sets cart harness, 6 sets block and tackle 1 Trap and harness, 1 gig and harness, 1 water tank on wheels, 12 horse covers, and a quantity of sundries. ' - ■■■-.-■ MOTE—The Auctioneers desire to call the attention ot farmers, contractors and others to the above sale, aa M* Doyle is giving up contract work. Conveyances will meet the morning train at Whitecliffs and luncheon will be provided. Sale will commence at 12 noon sharp. DALGBTr and COMPANY, LIMITED, E. W. PARKER, Kanacer, 93) F. A. AHCHER, Auctioneer. ~ T ~. WILSON AND SONS. ~ PROPERTY. ~ We have a few good tbxbqb W on band— FARMS, BLOCKS, BOUSES, both to Sell and to Let GOOD SHEEP COUNTRY, capital improvement*, j plenty at water, near Railway station. : We nave also enquiries for small places trace 2 op to ,10 acres near town. Heusea to reut enquired for daily. Also, X«waad second-hand Bicycles, wasted (or Bale, ac we pass them through. WILSON and SONS, 938 Auctioneers. ACLAND, DUDLEY AND CO. FOE SALE. KA AAll ACRES (about) SPLENDID SHEEP OV» VUif RUN, warm country. Abo— - FARMS FOR SALE. 5000 Acres grand undulating sheep ooaatry, &B neceseeary buildings, &c 3000 Acres plain land, hi firefc-olass gnriaf coadttion and all buildinjta 4SO Acres, good all round tana, with cottage. 4c. 200, 250, and 50 Acre Farms too numerous to partkruiarise. ACLAND, DUDLEY aad CO.. 836 208 Hereford street. METHVEN YARDS. SALES are to be "held EVERY TWO MONTHS, o& (he LAST THURSDAY in the MONTH. NEXT SALE THUBSDAY, JUNE 24ra. 3. H. AUNQTOK, MWL ' Secretory. Variety—See our Window—of -oJm O ShHirng Derby ties. Black, Beattif aod Oa. TUSTXade Up—Anctherran«e of our "Noted" «f Saddle Tweed Suits at 45s 6d aad 4?« W tt» »^L-iUKk,Beitb«MjdC*.
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