Alfred Harrison. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, AT TWO O’CLOCK. FARM'AT SEAFLEEB, . In the occupation of Sirs. Dannihy. ALFRED HARRISON, in conjunction with R. Davies and Co., have received instructions from Messrs. R. M‘Kerrow and Co., as agents for the vendor, to sell, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At his rooms, Ashburton, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 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, Viz.: 230 acres broken up, 75 acres fo which are in turnips 230 acres wheat stubble 150 acres bailey 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, whard, and other improvements. Terms at sale, or on application to MESSRS. R. M‘KERROW & CO., Rakaia; R. DAVIES & CO., Auctioneers, &c., Rakaia; or ALFRED HARRISON, 744 g Auctioneer, Ashburton. SALE OF SUBURBAN PROPERTY. UNRESERVED SALE. A REALLY GOOD OPPORTUNITY. WEDNESDAY, sth MAY, 2 o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions from the owner to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. At his rooms, on the above date, SECT I O N S' -|4 Situated most beautifully and conveniently close to the West Town Belt, in the rear of the Hospital Grounds. This property offers an exceptionally good chance to any wishing to build within easy distance of their employment, and, as an investment, must of necessity prove a very remunerative one, situated as this property is, in the highest and most healthy part of the town. Absolutely Without Reserve. Terms : One-third cash ; one-third six months; and one-third 12 months. Interest at 9 per cent. Sale at 2 o’clock. WEDNESDAY, STH MAY. ALFRED HARRISON, 758 g Auctioneer. Wanted. WANTED —A BARER. Apply to John Grigg, Longbeach. 756 g VIST ANTED, a strong BOY, accustomed W to horses, and to be generally useful. Apply Herald Office. 666g-2530 WANTED— By a GOOD GENERAL HAND, airy kind of Farm Work Well up in horses and cattle. Many years experience. Apply at once, Herald Registry. 355c-768g Lost. LOST —One Bay COLT, dark points, front shoes on, 4yrs. old, small hair scratch on chest. Reward paid on return to THOS. BROADBELT, 752g-350c Temperance Hotel. To Let. TO LET—FOR CROPPING. P ADDOCK for Town Belt. & Co. CROPPING near Apply T. R. Hodder 748 g TO BE LET. TWO Blocks of LAND near Eangitata, 320 and 680 acres respectively. Either block may be let, and a purchasing clause may be introduced in either lease, but not in both. Further particulars can be had by applying to W. GAYIN, Draper, 756 g • Ashburton. Public Notices, V. E. OFFICE OP THE REGISTRAR OF ELECTORS. Ashburton, March 19th, 1880. of application to be placed on the Electoral Roll of the Coleridge District can be obtained at this Office. C. PERCY COX, 627 g Registrar of Electors. FINE ARTS. ART UNION. A SPLENDID Collection of OIL PAINTINGS and Water Color DRAWINGS, by Mr. Clarke, of Rakaia, are to be disposed of by Art Union. The pictures are on view at the shop next to Mr. Street’s, Saddler, Rakaia. Tickets, 10s each, can be obtained at Mr. Street’s Saddler, Rakaia, and of THOS. A. GATES, Picture Frame Maker. 848 c Ashburton. MONEY TO LEND.—Several suras of money ready for investment at current rates. F. P. O’Reilly, Solicitor, Tancred street, Ashburton. 263c-6840 WANTED KNOWN—That the cheapest and neatest CARDS may bo had at file “ GUARDIAN OFFICE. ” y OST AND FOUND, a Sensational -®-l Story, by an Australian author, on sale at “Herald” and “Guardian” Stationery Depot.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 91, 24 April 1880
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