I .Alfred HarrisonWEDNESDAY, MAY 5, AT TWO O’CLOCK. FARM AT SEAFIEIiR, In the occupation of Mrs. 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 aC)K ACRES OF GOOD ARABLE V4O LAND, Yiz.: OQA Acres broken up, 75 acres of ■£lOv/ which are in turnips 280 160 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, whard, and other improvements. Terms at sale, or on application to MESSES. R. M'KEEROW & CO., Rakaia; . R. DAYIES & CO., Auctioneers, &c., Rakaia; or ALFRED HARRISON, 744 c; Auctioneer, Ashburton. SALE OP SUBURBAN PROPERTY. UNRESERVED SALE. A REALLY GOOD OPPORTUNITY. WEDNESDAY, sxn MAY, 2 o’clock. ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions from the owner to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. At his rooms, on the above date, 44 SECTIONS 24 Situated most beautifully and conveniently close to the West Town Belt, in the rear ®f 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. Tenders. TENDERS. mO BE LET BY TENDER, the FEED■i- ING off 50 ACRES of SPLENDID TURNIPS, situated on Mr. William Liddle’s farm, Hinds, the Turnips to be fed off by the Ist JULY next.
H. MOFFAT, Wakanui Mills, 304c-724g Asliburfcon. 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., 718 g Hereford street. WAKANUI ROAD BOARD. TENDERS are invited for the following Works : No. 18. Beach Road, Forming to full width from Finger Post to Wakanui School, about 200 Chains. No. 19. Beach Road, Metalling above, 15 yards to the chain. No. 20. Suburban Roads near South East Belt, Metalling about 50 chains. No. 21. Additions and Repairs to eight immigrants’ cottages in district. No, 22. Leadley andßutterick’sDrain, Miking three concrete falls. Specifications, etc., can be seen at the Board’s office, Moore street, where tenders will bo received till 10 a. in. on THURSDAY, MAY 6th, addressed to the Chairman, endorsed with No. of contract, and accompanied with 5 per cent, (marked cheque) on the value of the work tendered for. FOOKS & SON, 757g-365c Surveyors’ to the Board. MOUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited for the following WORKS Contract No. 7—Formation, &c., 27 chains, Sawmill road (bush) Contract No. B—Formation, Ac., 25 chains, Boyd’s road (bush) Contract No. 9 —Formation, &c., 220 chains, Anama to Mount Somers road Contract No. 10—Putting in Pipe Culverts, Fords, &c., on various roads. Plans and specifications for the above works can be seen at the Road Board Office, Mount Somers, on and after Tuesday, April 27th, 1880. Tenders, addressed to the Chairman, must be sent in by neon on MONDAY, May 3rd, 1880. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. C. J. WENTWORTH, COOKSON, JuN., Surveyor to the Mount Somers Road 776 u Board.
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