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Manawatu Times, Volume VIII, Issue 174, 31 January 1883, Page 4
L. G. WEST I HAS FOR SA.LE the following pro perties. 700 aero, unimproved, fronting metalled road. 440 acres, do do do 382acres,80 of which are laid down m grass, and 45 more felled, front- ing metalled road. 250 acres, being a well improved sheep farm 200 acres slightly improved 64 acres unimproved. 65 acres with house, garden and 12 acres m grass. 60 acre^ splendid land well im- proved with house etc. etc., close to the Rangitikei Line. 50 acies, tann in complete order ; the pick of the Rangitikei Line properties. 52 acres m Fi zherbert, 20 m grass. 21 acres at Stoney Creek, fully im- proved. (This property may be let for 12 months.) 1 acre m Main Street, with s- rooived well finished gentle- man's residence. 1 acre m Fitzherbcrt Street, with 7-roomed gentleman's resi - dence, and numerous smaller properties, on easy terms. TO LET a 6-ruomed gentleman's residence with one or two acres of land. Also, 2 4-roomed, one 3-roomed, and one 2- roomed cottages, 1£ acres clear land. MONRY To LEND m any sum from £50 to £5000 on mort- gage. PALMERSTON NORTH. FOR SALE— TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. If f BUI LDING ALLOT- XJ J MESNTS within two chains of the Square, and fronting Broad, Duke, Grey, Rangitikei, King, and Queen-streets. j Section No. 10, Broad -street. 40 Allotments m Cuba and Lombard- street. % 40 Allotments m Main, Cuba, and David-streets. 40 Sjctinns, 5| acres each, fronting Featherston-street West, Bound- ary Road West, and Kairanga Road. 62 Sections, | acre each, fronting Feathers ton East, North -street, and Boundary Road Kast. Nos. 44 and 45, 4 acre each ; 199 and 200, 9| acres ; 207, 1 acre. Sections Nos. 221, 290, 291, 314, 316, 317,318,319, 320, 321, 329, 340, 341, 342, 343, 381. 385, 1066, 1068, 1069, and 1070, varying from 1 to 50 acres. • Section 673, £ acre, fronting the Square and adjoining the Bank of -New Zealand. 9£ acres near the Racecourse 150 acres, Xarere. 18 sections, Aslmrst. 3 , Cheltenham. 1 , East Town 1 „ Masterton. Apply to PALMERSON & SCOTT, Land Agents. WAR. IN THE BOOT TRADE. THE PALMERSTON BOOT FACTORY, IS STILL the largest and cheap- est Boot Warehouse m the Manawatu, and we beg to return thanks to all th&se who have favored us with a share of their patr-onage- and we trust by first-class workman ship and material, combined with the lowest prices, to merit a further continuance of the same, and we beg to inform the- inhabitants of Palmerston and surrounding district I that we have not only the largest and most convenient premises m Pa'merßton, but we have completed : and filled m all the various lines of our stock that we can now recom* mend it to the public as the largest and best selected Stock of Boots and '. Shoes m Palmerston or district, j Note. — We make our ordered work at the following prices : — Men's Best Watertight Boots from 20s i to 22e. r Men's best Shooters from 20s to 225. I Men's best E.S. i alf from 20s to 225. Men's best Nailed Shooters from 18s 6d ' to 20* ' IjgT We repair at the following prices' — . Men's E.S., soled and heeled, 4s 6d. Men's Strong Boots, soled aud heeled 5s 6d. [ Ladies' Boots, soled and heeled 3s 6d. , Men's ntw Elastii a put m 3s. Ladies' new Elastics put m 2s 6d. The trarf^jSupplied with Tops, Lea ther, and GWfcery, at reasonable pneet Tebms. — STRICTLY CASB. COLVILLE & KNOX, • Boot Manufacturers; The Square; Palmeibton North. I -^ . FOR SALE. A BARGAIN. ACRES of the best land m the Manawatu, 20 acres of the land down m grass, 1£ miles from Post office. House on pro- perty. Apply to T, S. HOE, The Square MR. GEORGE GRAY Has been appointed OUR AGEISTT, IU FOXTOItf, Has bee n authorised to receive subscription andadvertisemnts, and his receipt will b suilicieut acknowledgment for the payment of a,£ rant?