Tenders; TENDERS. l mo BE LET BY TENDER, the FEED- . x ING off 50 ACRES of SPLENDID 5 TURNIPS, situated on Mr. William . Liddle’s farm, Hinds, the Turnips to be ; fed off by the Ist JULY next, s H. MOFFAT, Wakanui Mills, 304c-724g Ashburton. TENDERS—CROPPIN G. Tenders wanted for cropping about 200 acres of land on Mr. Dougherty’s farm, near Barr Hill, and two miles from the Lyndhurst railway station. Also for breaking-up, harrowing, sowing with rape seed, and rolling 225 acres on same farm. Tenders must be sent in to the undersigned not later than Saturday, April 24. Specifications can be seen by applying to Mr. Claridge, on the property ; also at the Barr Hill Hotel; Messrs. Gundry, Edmiston, and Co.’s offices, Ashburton ; and at the offices of the undersigned. ROBERT WILKIN & CO., 7180 Hereford street. H. Matson & Co. THIS DAY. SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. HIGHLY PROFITABLE INVESTMENT. CERTAIN LARGE RETURNS. EASY ACCESS TO EVERY MARKET IN THE WORLD. ALL IN PERFECT WORKING ORDER. TUESDAY, 27th APRIL, 1880, 11 o'clock. Messrs, h. matson & co. have received instructions from W. A. Brown, Esq., to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the premises, at CHERTSEY, SOUTH RAKAIA, THIS DAY (TUESDAY), At 11 o’clock, ALL THAT REALLY MAGNIFICENT FARM, So well-known, belonging to Mr. W, A. Brown, comprising HOG ACRES ° F 01101033 LAND > Specially selected for its grand position and richness, AT CHERTSEY, About one mile from the Chertsoy Railway Station. The whole is fenced, and subdivided into eleven or twelve splendid paddocks, with HANDSOME DWELLING-HOUSE, Stable, w r ith twenty stalls and granary on top, chaff-house at the end. There are 600 Acres iu Stubble and the rest in Grass. Four miles of plantation on the northwest and south-west side, with beautiful plantation about the house. Two excellent cottages are erected for the men. Large iron building, capable of stowing all the implements of husbandry on the farm, with large granary at the top. A splendid Concrete Tank, holding 15,000 gallons of water, with large Windmill, and pipes leading to the house. This is without exception the most complete and perfect farm in Canterbury, replete with every requisite, and one of the most prolific and profitable Farms ever offered for sale. Being close to the Railway Station, its produce can be transported without trouble to every part of the world. The Sale is held upon the premises, to give intending purchasers the fullest opportunity to view every corner of. this beautiful property. Immediately after the Sale of the Farm THE WHOLE OF THE LIVE & DEAD STOCK Will be offered for Sale. Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs Threshing Machine, Ploughs, Drays, Drills Harness, Harrows, Reapers and Binders, And the whole of the VERY EXTENSIVE PLANT, &c., &c. Full detailed particulars will appear in future advertisements. THIS DAY, TUESDAY.
ELEVEN O’CLOCK. Luncheon provided. This property will be sold in one or three lots, as per sale plan. The bulk of the money may remain on mortgage at ordinary rates. The extension of Chertsey will be sold at the same time, in QUARTER-ACRE LOTS. 352c-775c THIS DAY. SPLENDID OPENING FOR SMALL CAPITALISTS.FREEHOLD SECTIONS at CHERTSEY WITH HOUSE, BUTCHER’S SHOP, BAKERY, &o. TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1880. Messrs, h. matson & Co. have received instructions from Mr. Hartnell TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At Mr. W. A. Brown’s, CHERTSEY, SOUTH RAKAIA, 11 O’CLOCK, All those SECTIONS OF LAND In the Township of Chertsey, being Nos. 15 and 17, containing in all one half-acre, upon which is erected A TWO-STOREYED HOUSE, With a well-established BUTCHER’S & BAKER’S BUSINESS, 4-stall stable, chaff-house, water tanks etc., etc. The business is in full working order, and capable of great extension. The property is close to the Railway Station, and is sold entirely on account of the owner having so many other engagements to fulfil that he cannot devote the time and attention the business requires. This really is an opening that does not often occur, and the terms are made very easy to suit every class of purchaser. Immediate possession can be given. Will be sold immediately after the sale at Mr. W. A. Brown’s, Chertsey, South Rakaia. •786 g 11 O’CLOCK
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 92, 27 April 1880
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 92, 27 April 1880
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