VICTORIA HALL. FOR THREE NIGHTS ONLY : FRIDAY, SATURDAY, & SUNDAY, Joke 8, 9, 10, CORRICK FAMILY — OF — VOCALISTS, INSTRUMENTALISTS, &a,, will make their first appearance, after a Eucoee&ful tour of the We6t Cobs', POPULAR CONCERT AND VARIEIY ENTERTAINMENT. Tbe Family have won golden opinionß wherever ihty have appgaietf, end are admitted to be the oleverest family ol musi-ians m New Zealand. Admis.ion .. .. 9/-, 2/ -,!/-. BENWICK : MONDAY, Jus.* 11. DECLARATION OF PEACE. A MEETING of the Mafeking ii, Celebration Committee and all other persons interested m arranging a fitting celebrat on on the declaration of peace will be held m t^e Council Chambers on MONDAY EWENING NEXT at 7.U0. B. MoARTNEY, Mayor. IMPORTANT % LAND SALE. A RAEE OPPORTUNITY. Q ATURDAY. JUNE 16, AT 12 NOON. MESSRS W. E. CLOUSTON & CO., Limited, Have been instructed by WINSOR SOPER, ESQ., of Spring Creek, to Sell by Public Auction, at their Wool Stores, High Street, Blenheim, bis FARM, situated m the centre of the fertile Spring Creek district, Tbe property will be offered m two lots. Lot I.— Section 76, Wairau Weet, containing about 165 aorep, more or less, with commodious dwelling - house, stable, bares, and outbuildings Lot 2.— Section 126, Wairau West, containing 82 acre?, more or less, adjoining the above. Ccnditions of sale and plans of tbe properly may be inspected at tho offices of Messrs Clouston & Co., Lid , on and after TUESDAY, the 12th inßt. W. E. CLOUSTON & 00., Ltd. W. E. GREEN, Anctioneer. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE. IS* The attention of investors is called to the above sale. Tbis is one of the rare opportunities of acquiring a farm m the Spring Creek district ; indeed, it may safely be said no such opportunity has occurred, or is likely to occur for many years to come. The reserves will be reasonable, and are such that the properties will undoubtedly b 8 Bold. Mr Soper will be glad to show any intendiDg.purchaser over the property. SALE OF bTOCK & FAHMING IMPLEMENTS, WEDNESDAY NEXT, AT I.3(^P.M. MESSRS GREEN & CO. having reoeived instrootions from Mr Jas. Less, who is giving op farming, will sell on his farm en the above date : — 186 croeebred Ewes, sound mouth ; to lamb m August 9 Cows (seoond calf) 4 Heifers (first calf) Shorthorn Bull 10 two - year • old Steers and Heifers 6 Yearlings 26 Calves New Reaper and Binder (Woods) D.F. Plough (Booth & Mac« i donald) S.F. Plough 2 setß Iron Harrows 1 set Wood Harrows Wood Roller 2 Stacks Hay Dray and Leading Hainess And sundries too numerous to particnlarise. W. E. GREEN, Auctioneer. STOCK SALE. SATURDAY NEXT, AT 2 P.M. MESSRS GREEN & CO., having reoeived instructions from Mr H. Jbllym&n, will cell at their yards a large consignment of : Youn? Draught Mares and Geldings Espre33 and Carriage Cobs, and 5 Children's Ponies. also : 20 well grown Yonng Pigs. W. E. GBEEN, Auolioneer. ESTATE OF JOHN FORSS CUNDY, LATE OF WAIRAU, IN THE PROVINCIAL DISTRICT OP MARL* BOROUGH, COOK, DECEASED, ALL creditors and others having claims against the above estate are required to send to John White, Esq., agent of the Pablio Trustee, Blenheim, full particulars of Buch olaime, giving the items and amounts of the earne, on or before the 7th day of August, 1900. Printed forms for the purpose oan be obtained from any of the agent 3 of this office. All moneya payable to the above estato in*y be lodged to the credit of the Public Trustee's account at any postal money^order office, or paid to Jopn White ; E?q., agent of the Public Trustee, Blenheim, j. W. POYNTON, Pnblio Trustee. Pnblio Trust Office, Wellington, 29th May, 1900,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Marlborough Express, Volume XXXIV, Issue 133, 8 June 1900
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Marlborough Express, Volume XXXIV, Issue 133, 8 June 1900
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