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Manawatu Times, Volume X, Issue 1352, 21 November 1884, Page 3
Don^fc 'Die In The House :— " Bough of B*ts"*«lc stb out rats, mice, beetles, roachei bed'b^M, flies, ants, inaects, moles, jack- rabbits, gophers. Felton, Chrimyrade,* Co. Agenti Wellington, "Bough on Rats." Clears' out rats, mice roaches, flies, ants, bed-bugs, beetles, infect, tkunks, wet-rabbits, gophers . Druggists . Fdtoj(Xfefife»ade'fcCo^ r Agent8 > < ; Welling* ** t&HM- ■■■ ' . ;■':•-■■ >i-
I For remainder of newt tee fowrth page.] IN THl u AiUC!TIOISr ROOM OF-' M«SST%STHYNNE,LINTON ! *»oß*'-GO., FOXTON. &r*Quriiii.: :■■■■■■■ ■••-. ■■■■ ■ ■ •••- --ON SATURDAY, THS 6th DAY OF DECEMBER, 1884, at 8 o'ci'ock ;pjii,~ '"'* :i i. Sale of Valuable Small Farm >: Pro». perty, situate at Oamtbelltown. Can!&^i j ay 3' a another v f Goggin and another. . ; ./; niHINNE LRJTON.& Co. are fe« X yored with instructions from Gr* W. *00a» Esq., the Sheriff of the SherifE's District of Wanganui and Rangitikei, to sell by" public auction as abomajl the right, title, and in* terest (M^ictard Goggin and John Lynctfra'Becfion No. C. .73, m the Douglas Special Settlement Block. The property -will bei offered iri two lots— fy-. '..■-':■'■ ..■•■■ "' Lot 1. AH^hat piece or parcel of laq'd 4 containing 78 acres a-nd '1 rooid, v being the Western moiety of the above-named B«ftioh; Allihat^iece pr ; p»rc ; el of land 'eo^ntaihirig 78 acres arid 1 rood, being the Eastern ■Moiety of the iboveNnamed Section. |,i ,i/. Fo/ftrtlier particulars an 4 condi- tiom of sale, &c M . apply to '. J. HERBERT HANKINS, -£ i<:J •■ ::■ >i-; ; : Solicftor; ' : ekiiiav: '•' Palmerston North/ Or to the AuctioHters^Foiton. GREAT LANIK SALE. i FITZHERBERT DISTRICT. THE WELLINGTON AND JH^NiSSfATtr RAILWAY COMPANY (Limited), Will sell, about JANfJJvARY, NEXT. > Several Blocks or" Land m Fit2her« ( bert and,aajoiriing dietricts, .ifQTiIVtBT FAVOHABLI -. '" TERMS. The block's liave been divided into luitable sections, varying from 70 to 800 acres. " j All the sections". have frontages to well-graded roads, which are now being cleared, so thai m tea ding, purcbjgser,^ can examine the. land befor^^he (day of sale. ■•' * Early m December plans showing area and locality, with descripti on classifying, the character; anA quality of the be issued.] It fs almost unneceessaiy to refer' to thJexceiletjce of the Fitzherbert' Country. That, portion of it which h«s been sold by the Government is occupied by, a, large and industrious body of settlers, who are unanimous m spe^kinffpf the great productive poweiu>£ tjbe land, the geniality of the c^mate^and the advantages at- tending the settlement m the district. The wtole of the land to be oftered by the Company will bear the most favorable with the land already .gold-., by the Government, J gbil and general adapta- bili^ffbr succewful farming opera- ■ tions. ■ j/?.'^ . '" Futureiiaa^vertiigment will give full detaili;jo^rmi; time of gale, and meai s^^otw to obtain acourate and com] ljgte ■mfdrmation of the land for sale: S&AB.C WALLACE. |;r^ , Secretary Wtllingtou, 14th November, 1888 'W^WSRS we wanted for cutting ■^Blewobd. Apply to A. PETER. o l|fejffrTriinTintpii Tannery, Ter- I^K]^> i° T farther partipplars,: ; w WQRKINa MEN'S CRICKET ; %%££?".' CLUB; Jr]?P?E interested m the forma- gT^ikibn of a Working-men's Cric> W^^Clnb are requested to meet at W^lpftwipVs Boarding House ai 7.36sftfl Monday evening next. NANNE3TAD & CO ; ••* T* Sat» Mills, Pfttotrston North. H»n«w»t,n. .:■. ■,'.... ..... : MUfiSTATB of HENRY HOWARD •^KTiSSIMONS, DECEASED. . J^' Claims against the Estate of XI Jbicla^^lenry IJoward Fitz- •imonjjmust be sent m tp^me <, pr^ before the Ist December next, after which 'dttttf'tihey will not be recog- nised^^' !;^" ; - •'■•'■• ■' ■■■■::. . Solicitor,^- •. NDrth.