H. Matson & Co. WITHOUT RESERVE. splendid' investment IS LEESTON DISTICT, WAKANUI DISRICT, UPPER ASHBURTON DISTRICT Tl/TESSRS. H. MATSON & CO., in conjunction with Messrs. Friedlander, Bros., have received instructions from the administrator of the Estate of the late John Joyce, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At their Land- Sale Rooms, on SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1880, At 2 o’clock p.m., The following really magnificent Freeholds and Leaseholds. Lot I.—Freehold, consisting of 75 acres of very rich agricultural land, situate in Leeston district, being rural sectionss9sl and 5952. The land is thoroughly fenced with live fences into convenient sized paddocks. These sections are both now in wheat stubble, being the first crop after having been laid down for a very long time in grass. These sections will be sold separately. Lot 2.—The goodwill of the lease of an educational reserve No , consisting of 159 acres of firstclass land, having about seven years to run, at the absurdly low rental of ss. per acre. This land> is situated close to Killinchy. All laid down in English grass, securely fenced with gorse, water in every paddock, and is admitted to be some of the finest grazing land in the province. Lot 3.—200 acres really good agricultural land (freehold) situated on the Wakanui, securely fenced, and sub-divided into four padclocks, with live fences, good dwelling house, stock yards, and all needful accessories for properly working a first-class farm Lot 4.—546 acres of good freehold agricultural land, adjoining the well known property of Messrs. Gould and Cameron. The land is well fenced, and sub-divided into six paddocks. Upon it there is a new four-roomed house, and 8-stal!ed stable, with chaff house attached ; also 2 acres of garden planted with fruit trees. 140 acres of this farm is laid down with English grass. The balance is in stubble after a first crop. Lot 5.—293 acres of freehold land similar to the above, and immediately adjoining it. The land is fenced and divided into 2 paddocks, 100 acres is in wheat stubble after the first crop, the balance is in turnips. Remember the date, SATURDAY, April 10, 1880. Terms easy at sale —Luncheon at 1 o’clock. Sale at 2 o’clock sharp. H. MATSON & CO., 637 ct Auctioneers. J. L. Fleming. TO TIMBER MERCHANTS, SAWMILLERS, CAPITALISTS, & OTHERS VALUABLE LEASEHOLD, SAWMILL AND MACHINERY. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. WITHOUT RESERVE. MR J. L. FLEMING has been favored with instructions from the trustees in the assigned estate of James Long Fleming, timber merchantand ironmonger, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the premises, Tuam and St. Asaph streets west, Christchurch. ON TUESDAY, APRIL 6, at 2 p.m. The following valuable leasehold property, sawmill, plant, and machinery, viz.— Tlu trustee’s interest in the lease of a half acre section of land, hav-, ing a frontage of 132 ft. on St. Asaph street (the lease has about 17 years to run at a very low' ground rent), together with the sawmill, 70ft. x 27ft., with sash and door factory over the same, engine-house, and substantial four-roomed cottage (nearly new) erected thereon.
The plant consists of 1 horizontal engine, 14in. cylinder, hy Morton and Co.; 1 Cornish boiler with cross tubes, by Anderson and Son, Christchurch, 60ft. chimney stalk ; 1 planing machine, to plane from 16 x4|to6x h, by M‘Do wall and Son ; 1 vertical saw, with travelling bench ; circular saw bench ; 1 band saw, Rogers and Son, No. 2 ; 1 tennoning machine with all necessary shafts, pullies, belting, etc., for the proper working of the same. Trustee’s interest in lease of quarteracre section, having a frontage of 66ft. on Tuam street, with buildings used as an ironmonger’s retail shop and store. Also, A well-selected assortment of circular and vertical saws, planing and moulding irons, etc. The balance of the stock of ironmongery will be offered on the same date, particulars of which will appear in a future advertisement. Sale at 2 p. in. Terms at Sale. J. L. FLEMING, 165 g Auctioneer. Public Notices. A SHBURTON AGRICULTURAL A AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. BEES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT. DR. TRYING, Of Christchurch, has kindly consented to LECTURE On the above subject, in the ASHBURTON TOWN HALL, On TUESDAY, 13th APRIL. All persons interested in the subject are invited to attend. ADMISSION FREE. GEO. JAMESON, 2 1 73c-GBla Secretary. ASHBURTON BOROUGH COUNCIL. -VTOTICE is hereby given, that, in accordance with clause 42 of the Municipal Corporations Act, 1876, the Burgess List for 1880-81, and Defaulters List, are now open for inspection at the Town Clerk’s Office, during office hours, 1 till the 15th day of April, 1880. All objections thereto must be in Writing, in the form of the 6th schedule of the Act, addressed to me, and delivered to me at my office, on or before the 15th day of April, 1880. CHARLES BRADDELL, Town Clerk. Borough Council Office, Ashburton, SlstMarch, 1880. 2590-682a-32
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