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H. Matson and Co. THE GREAT Fairfield Estate. CLOSE TO THE TOWN OF ASHBURTON, THE GRANARY AND STOCK DEPOT OF CANTERBURY. TOWN SECTIONS, DAIRY FARMS, AND FARMS. SPLENDID POSITION. MARKETS CLOSE AT HAND. CERTAIN INCREASING VALUE, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, two o’clock! 11l rSSBS. H. MATSON % J|b. have received instructions froinlthe Freeholders (in conjunction wimmESSRS! ICLAND, CAMPBELL & G&),

TO SELL BF'PUBLIC ACTION, if AT THE Sgk WO W N H A^|/' ASHBURTOJf; % ■ . -S| •■■ ■ THURSD.A|| At gf^clock^in., ALL OF THE fAIRFIpU# ESTATE, ituated in 0e immediate neighborhood I ■ & of the |pwn of Ashburton, | | COMPRISING |r IACRESBOOI

'sSubdivide^'intofst— CONVENIENT BURBAN SECTION ING PURPOSES, VI£,LA RESIDENCES, i: Y fcd— PROFITABLE |DAIRY FARMS FROM FIVE-TO TEN ACRES. FUL FARMS OF FROM Y ACRES UPWARDS, bus highly favoured L the reach of all classes^ -'■L'V nnrnliaaoro purchasers, ,|P The enormous yield of grain ,-ffom lands An |liia immediate neighborhood, and its favourable {position, gives ipis property an unusual high-class vak - The Ashburton is rapidly becoming the great central depotjfor grain and stock, and a large active-'popalation is settled there. Buildings, warehouses, and granaries and erected, and extending in all directions. ,■? Any special water supply adapted for the Town of Ashburton could easily be applied to this estate, and an abundant supply can readily be obtained from sinking wells at a very small depth. This property is situated in close contiguity to the Town of Ashburton, and very near to the Great Southern Railway. The soil is rich alluvial. It has, therefore, the immense advantages of certain increasing value, markets for its produce close at hand, with railway facilities for taking advantage of every market, home or foreign. It is expected that the return of the Lincolnshire Delegates to England will have the effect of sending large numbers of settlers with means to this province and district. A large Government reserve has been made adjoining this property, for Government railway workshops, which will necessitate, when established, a large working population being settled there. Arrangements will be made for the conveyance of intending purchasers by railway at greatly reduced rates, upon the lay of sale. The terms are made easy to suit all dasses. TITLE : CROWN GRANT. APRIL 22. 2 o’clock. Luncheon at 1 o’clock. For further particulars, plans, &c., ipply to 0. PERCY COS, Agent for Auctioneers, Ashburton, and MESSRS. MILES, HASSAL&CO.; And MESSRS. ACLAND & CAMPBELL, Christchurch.

R. Davies & Co. SALE BY AUCTION AT AN EARLY DATE. FARM AT SEAFIELD, In the occupation of Mrs. Dannihy. B DAVIES & CO, have received in1, structions from Messrs. R. M‘Korrow and Co., as agents for the vendor, to sell, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At Ashburton, at an early date, unless previously disposed of privately, That WELL-KNOWN FARM situated in the Seafield district, and now in the occupation of Mrs. Dannihy, consisting of 625 ACRES OF GOOD ARABLE LAND, Yiz.: 230 acres broken up, 75 acres of which are in turnips 230 acres wheat stubble 150 acres barley stubble, And the balance consists of a garden and avenue, planted with blue gum trees. The property is ring-fenced, sub-divided into three paddocks, with live fences. There is also a good well, whare), and other improvements. Terms at sale, or on application to MESSRS. R. M'KERROW & CO., Rakaia: or R. DAVIES & CO., 689 g Auctioneers, &c., Rakaia.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 86, 13 April 1880

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