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Sales by Auction. THOMAS TOU_'O AUCTIONE? ,,/. Stook, Station, Land, inane, and Commiision Agit WILSON STREET, li?RHAMD A ViANCES made on Leasehs3al ree L hold Ccuntry Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in the colony or in London. Agricultural Machinery and Implements by the best Melbourne dBalaralMakes, . iupied ipromptly0 and on Liscisa mIai i s. .._?wth the L'~s, ands oher .oternment Dpartments conductedpromptlyeffietl an economically, . r : _ Fire and 'Life iu-rance?. ?c The National, ce , of Nev Selly, Lascelles, AIstin iil Co., Stock and ... Station Agents, Ballarat, .I rDenn T Isclles ood o., ,wool.;and-gram ' 'brokers, Gieelong.' " " liaat Poemianent Buildin g.and Invest. .ment Society. ";" - ':; Valuer foirthe Ballarat Bankldiig C, .amed. 'A large'nnbier of FARMS, for Sale ou iery . The? yards have been muich'Enlarged and ;,Improved, and have every facility for draft ing sheep. 1 Horses, Cattle, Seep, etc. HORSHA.M, SALE YARDS. _SATURDAY;, 1.ST .AUGUST. At 1 o'clock shar: . HOiAS YOUNG; sintted by owners .1 /will offer onabove date a-. . 420, two, four and six tooth Sheep mixed 'r - 15 Head prime Fat,Cattle. . : ; Horses ; Additional entries will be received up to hour of sale. . * SATURDAY, 218thlAUGUST. HORSHAM SALE _YARDS.. I?HOMAS YOUNG will offer on account I of owner- - . .-'i: . 1 420 2, 4 and 6.tooth Sheep. Cattle. Cattle.. Cattle. -. SATURDAY, Augst 25th, HORSHAM. ?IRHOMAS YOUNG will offr on account :1 Charles Officer, Esq.-- . ; 70 Head Store Cattle" . . " 13 Firat class large framed Working .Ballocks -a' grand teiam.. On account John Biushby, Esq - 50 Head Fat Cattle.' OnaccountJ. C. Hassell, ?Eq.. " 50 Head Store Cowsd On account John Powell, Eeq. -' !_ 15001 a mirgeieit3 Ste- thsra. THOMAS YOUNG'S - - G-RA-?'II - " ANNUAL :, SALE ST o- CE Buggies, Waggonettes, &c., SWill take place at his Yards on the days following the ' HORSHAM- SHOW, 'FRIDAY AND.: SATURDAY, 24tH a D '5Tir o AUGUST, Starting each dayponctnally at 10 o'clock, - Whhenhewill' offer- '200 Head of Horses, Draught and Light. 15 ?ead of Sitlliais,Draught and Blood. 50 Head Prime Fat Cattle. 70 Head Sttre Cattlo from Mount Talbot:. . i, .()', 100 Pure Merino Rams, by Thomp son's Rams, obu of South Brigh ton Stud Ewes. " ;1000 Mied Store Sheep. ::200 Fat Sheep.. 10 Waggonettes: : .. Fall particunlars of the entries caii b seen on tho bills posted ip in all t~nehipsi in the district. A perusalof the entries will skow that the Stock to 'bo offered is of the right class. " . - OBSE.ES :.... A number of Stallions are of the very best imported stock. jGood young. Mares will be largelyrepresented, and all kinds ofDraughts. About.40 Good. Stylish' Hacks will beifor. 'irard, suitable either fri lFoal prpoles or'the. Indian market. '' - .. i The Waggonettes are by our local makers,. G. Glenister andH.' andF. Bradshaw, who: have earned for themselves names.for splendid workmanship. They havir'carried off many fast prizes with their exhibits.: : r. The Pare Merino Rams are frim the best "locks in Victoria,' Ercildon., sild.Th6izI - son's. " . : .. i'NOTE.-On the FIRST DAY of 'the Sale at 10 o'clock slia'p the Stallions will be "offered. Draught Mares will follfuiw. At 1 o'clock the Waggonettesa:and Merino Rams. will be submitted;-Fat Cattle, Store andi Fat Sheep will be offered on the SECOND. DAY at 2 o'clock. .. Liberal Terms can -'be arranged either forthe Stock or-Wag gonettes. 7 FOR PRIVATE SALE ? " m? S PLENDID/DRAUGHT ENTIRE HORSE Lord ilyde. Sabovehorse, LOR D .OLDE., H is a dark bar with blail ~pointn"'taiiiding' 17 bands high, and-got by Clyde, out of a Recfrew r.are. He is at present in the 'i3t. Gmblere distriet. :His p ee?: rand all patiealar canl be obitainsd aThce. Young's 'Office. , . ?+.: . _. IIMSLIBERALN81I ? .-.:; ..., I usHOMS YONG rhas.receired instruc-m S tions from Mi.. E. G. Straube to offaei for Private Sale-His highly improved and zieh Agricultural Farm, situated about 41 miles from MIrto-beiong allelments 199 and 200, in.the parish.of Ashens; area 550 sores, mhore or less. 'Title--Crown 'Grant' To be '55ld,'With or,withont thegrowingecrop. "For 'iipc and teims apply at' the' office of Mr: Yoang, HIorsham. ' T" HOMAS YOUNG has received instruc. I' tioines from Mr." Fianz'Mall~er t~ offer r -Private Sale--His - Freehold -of 320 Acres,- allot --;:, parish of -, situated within' tro miles of Marton. 140 acres of this land is at present under crop, and the •i?perty can be iurebhled with or without crop. -Terms Liberal. Apply at the office of the Auctioneer, '"orsham. r.Fi . Stvens .and o., A U CT IO N E , R,. STocE. STATION,-V.1D GENEAI CO EIS? . 180IN: AGE?TS, DVAlCE u L hld and Free. S. hold Country-lnds. £ L5diinic'inalnWdohT, iWhEa tclite. Firs and Life Insurances Effected. Sales of Stocks,; Land;,Etc.; conducted in any part of the District or Colony. e4t .: .3 Agentfor- ycR:Goldsbrough and- Co.i Li.,; Melbourse. L Sy1nott, Everingham, and?Co.i Geeloog,:: o©-The:,Unioli Fire: and Marine ,Insurance -l?Cldmpany of New Zelauid, Victoris Branch, •iP.eriodial :: Auctia Salezotifiedin,locs Grnegr and cutuesm tic. o.?oPe et alo Glreory amid Co-.-i ,tefl w:n ,---£3:.1:u1
Salee by Auction.-" I h Qo a,:a 'h, , iaod 0o AUCTTIONEER, eGOVERNMENT AETE , Hoanas. a LES by Auction conducted in any part 1 of the Colony, and . a'?onlit?;.salesa promptly attended to. -iberal-Cash Advances made on the ensuing Clip of Wee? The Ipndol1aid ancaihbirlnsurance Ce . ,_The Fourth Victc ria Permanent Building and-Investment Society.'a" ; "-v "Agnts-or the Au,'tala Xlliance Ass-. rancgo Company. ".-- ",. ." 'Flskei . Giba&ai'and Co, BaIllbirat, and Synnot and Co.Geelog:- ' Loans on Freeholdiaid Leasehold Properties 'Every'description of Land and Ageay bei "nessin connectioiii witiftlie Lands De partment carefully Eonducted. Auction Sales of Stock, etc., held as follows: Warrackrabeal-- First Thursday. in every * menth. IRupanyup-Second Tuesday in evey monath. Jung Jung-Last Thursday in 'ever. moth: Auctionsales of Horses, Cattle,;' c; held every Saturday at the Wimmera Hotel Sale Yardst 11 o'clock. JOHN GREGORY" &.Co Have for SalePrivatelythe Undermentioned LOTS OF SHEEP, :.. Viz. . 400 Crosebred Weaers, near Glea thompson 1,000 Merino Wethers, 4 and 6-tooth, near Wonwondah 2,000 Merino Ewes, 4, 6, and 8-tooth, near Kewell - 1,000 Merino Wethers, 6 and 8-tooth, near Wonwondah 800 Crossbred Ewes and Wethers, off the shears, 2 and 4-tooth, Clear Lake 400 Merino Wethers, 5 years old; near Minyip 2,000 Merino Wethers, 4, 6, and 8-tooth, S near Dimboola 2,500 Mlerino Wethers,.6 and 8-tooth, near Horsham 3,000 Merino Weethers, 4years old, near Mlinyip 650 ~erino Ewes; dry, full month, near Horsham 800 Merino Wethers, 5 years old, near Kewell 150 Crossbred Ewes and Wethers, 4 and " 6.tooth, near Sheep Hills 2000 Crossbred Ewes and Wethers, off the shears,. 2, 4,6, and 8-tooth near Glenthompson . 2,000 Merino Wethers, 6 and 8-toeti, Snear Minyip. 650 Merino Ewes, 6 and 8-tooth, near . . linyip 500 Crossbred Ewes and and Wethers 4, 6, and S-tooth, near Noradjuha ' 2,S50 1ferino Ewes, full month, off the shears, near Horsham * - 1,000 Merino Wethers, 6 and S-tooth;off the shears, near Airarat. " ' 300 Merino Ewes, 8-tooth, near Kewell AUCTIONEER STO'CK, SA TA TON LAN D, .AND :.. G???EI i'~ . COMMISSION1AGENT; (OPPOSITE WRIGHT & TAYLOR'S), MURTOA. Advances made on Freehold or Leasehold Lands, also on Town Properties Every class of business connemted lmith 'he' Government Departments conducted carefullyand promptly. ". SALES OF LAND:. ANDB STOCK CON DUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE WIMISERA DISTRICT. OF VICTORIA Murtoa and Central WileL mera Show: Sale.:: i THURSDAY, 16TH AUGUST,16883. At Twelve o'clock:' AT VICTORIA YARDS. H EN RY'BENNETT wil" Sell on above ::Sheep, &o., &c,? 'This?sile takes place on the day afte the Mhrton Show," and several intending exhibi torse'have already biooked their Show- Stock for Salea 'Others- haviig stock to offer will please forward paeticulars at once for adder "tisement. : .. MURTOA SHOW SALE, : -lts sold an the order baked. ,,., ." : -..,.:'.,j ,~i~eal~ _
N otice. ? 1R. FRED. MARTIN having purchased the "Horsham STimes," his receipt for.aebts owing to me will be a suficient discharge. E.J. 8rEPHENS. Horsm, July 12th, 18683. Cý' t"'
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