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Manawatu Times, Volume XXVI, Issue 7317, 30 October 1901, Page 3
HR E. 6. PEARCE. WELLINGTON. Bankers—Union Bank of to whom beg to refer clients, per favor of the manager. COUNTRY PROPETTIES FOR SALE. I Broad street, J-aore and villa residence, good garden, everything up:to-date, must sell won't refuse £600 terms if required. 79/302 One minute from railway station (Terrace End), one acre, well fenced, eanital 9-roomed house all in nice order, sell for £430. Termf. SO/304 j A ACRES, dairy farm (Marton, A.OJ rich fran flats), all grass, good 1 12-roomed dwelling house, dairy, cowshed, sheepyards, woodshed, washhouse, trapshed, one acre orchard, 1 mile from railway station, near creamery good property and cheap at £1* an aore; only £600, and balance at 4 per cent. 81/303 1 A Q ACRES, Waituna, all level and LKJA grassed (splendid dairy farm), 5 minutes from creamery, 20 cowbails, 5 acres cropped, 5-roomed house insured for £250, stables, orchard, etc. Only £300 cash required, balance arranged. 65/242 q A ACRES, Waituna, all grass, 2 pad- OVJ docks, 999 years at £5 per annum, close to creamery, goodwill £250,4-roomed house. 64/241 1 Kf ACRES, Waitara, New Plymouth, 1 0 J all grass, running 60 head cattle, 3 miles from creamery, nice 2-roomed cottage, £7 an acre will buy this good property. |61/230 1 A C ACRRS, Pohangina (no river to -LtfcV-/ oross), dairy farm, all level, 7 paddocks, 2 miles from creamery, poat office and school, 6-roomcd house and all necessary conveniences, Large orchard £500 cash, balance arranged. 69/262 TOWN PROPERTIES, Featherston Street—Five and a half aores, all grassed and fenced, half-mile from Square, magnificent site for gentle man's residence, or might erect four handsome villas; £375, and make,terms to suit. I will find the balance to a good man. 144/281 Ferguson Street—Five minutes from Square, three-quarters of an acre good sroomed house, newly ereoted; £240 will dJ it, and give any reasonable terms required^ Must sell. 56/214 1 BUSINESSES. Lar^e inland town, ocaohbuildlng factory and shoeing forge, going conctrn, implements, tools, paints, goodwill, etc., freehold. Terms arranged to good man. 220/16 Confectionery and fruit business, doing £12 week, stook and goodwill £60. Rent 30s week shop and dwelling. 221/14 Doing between £3000 and £4000 a year (see for yourselves and give you all particulars, real good) 1 acre, freehold, dwelling-house and store for £350. Stock, horse and dray at valuation. Post and telegraph returning £65 per annum. Apply immediately, Pearce's Wellington Land Mart. Grocery business, Wancanui, first-class trade, £600 a month, rent only 50s goodwill easy, stock at valuation, 7/224 ABRAHAM. 4hD WILLIAMS. PALMERSTON NOETH STOCK SALE.
THURSDAY, OCT. 31st, 1901. A BRAHAM& WILLIAMS, Ltd., XX will Bell by public auction as above, at their yards in Rangltikei street at 1 p.m.— 1 pedigree Jersey bull 1 purebred Shorthorn bull, 20 months 12 TCU'-g cows and heifers in calf 1 Jwjoy bull 1 tv. ■••.JHrni bull s'u o-jeai.-oid dairy heifers GO 2 year steers (good line) 11 weavers 17 2^-year steers 25 8-year steers 20 2^-year steers 40 store cows 25 heifers in calf 20 yearling steers 134 ewes and lambs 200 good hoggets 130 ewes and lambs 500 forward wethers 50 fat ewes AT THJE BOROUGH HORSE EMPORIUM, Palrnerston North. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd. ABRAHAM & WILLIAMS, Ltd., ■A3. will sell by public auction, at their yards Hnrs^itiliei strpofc, at 1 p.m., a consignment cf broken and unbroken borsos froiii Bawkc's Bay consisting of 20 spring carters and half draughts 40 light hacks and harness horses Also on account of other veadors 6 first-class draughts 40 hacks, harness horses, and draughts Entries for this sale have now closed. UNKESERVED CLEARING- SALE OF DAIEY STOCK, FARM IMPLEMENTS, &o. TUESDAY, 29th OCTOBER, 1901. At 1 o'clock. 'a BRAHAM & WILLIAMS, Ltd., i. have received instructions from Mr William Stubbs, of Kairanga, to sell by public auction on the farm, the whole of his first-class dairy herd, comprising: 85 cows and heifers in full profit 14 yearlings 20 calves 1 shorthorn bull 1 draught gelding, 1 draught mare, 2 trap mares (in foal to Reality) Single and double-furrow plough, mower, spring cultivator roller, etc.; also sundries. Luncheon orovided,
•UNRESERVED CLEARING SALE OF STOCK, FARM IMPLEMENTS AND HORSES, Eto. WEDNESDAY, 6th NOVEMBER. A BRAHAM AND WILLIAMS, OL Ltd., have received instructions from' Messrs Strang Bros, to sell by public auction at the Homestead, Motoa, as above, at 12.80 p.m.— 291 store ewes 180 prime fat wethers 60 fat ewas 26 forward ewes 6 prime fat cows j 82 breeding cows, calved and j -to calve (a first-class line) 2 good dairy cows (one in milk) 5 heifers 1 1 Shorthorn bull j 1 yearling do. 1 draught mare, 4 years 1 draught gelding, unbroken 1 harness mare j 1 lady's hack I 1 child's pony and the polo pony The Goaf;." j 1 d.f. Duncan plough, s.f. plough, Duncan drill, dray, flax-grabber, 8-horse power gear, chaff-cutter, grain- crusher, o sets tyne harrows, Hornsby irtower, cultivator, spring cart and harness, and a number of other farm implements and sundries. (No Furniture.) Luncheon Provided. A coach will meet the morning train from Palmerston to Shannon conveying purchasers direct to sale, DON'T keep getting wet feet when you can get a good Pair of Boots and Shoes at PAYNE'S, that won't fall to pieeea when they are wet. The cheapest place for Boots and Shoes ia PAYNE'S, the Square, usual. fin HIS announcement is inserted hereto X acquaint you with the news that my first shipment of sheep shears in all the j leading brands have arrived, also Turkey J stones. Faithfully yours, K. S Bawy I Ch.gapsids,