J. E. Buchanan and CoSPLEN DID OPPORTU NITY. TO MECHANICS, ARTIZ4NS, AND OTHERS. SALE OF FIVE ACRES SPLENDID LAND ih BUILD! SG ALLOTMENT'S. WITHOUT RESERVE. MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS. Messrs, j. e. buchanan & co. | have received instructions from the owner to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At their Rooms, Havelock Street, ON SATURDAY, MAY Bth, At 2 p.m. if* SPLENDID SUBURBAN i P 10 SECTIONS. 10 The property consists of 5 acres of most fertile land, situated at the junction of the North and West Town Belts. The auctioneers would highly recommend the land for its superior quality and position. The terms will be of the most liberal description. The title is perfectly clear, and may be obtained if necessary on the day of sale. For further particulars sec handbills and sale plan at the offices of J. E. BUCHANAN & GO. 793 a Auctioneers. J. T. Ford. SYNOPSIS OF LAND SALES TO TAKE PLACE ON Saturday, May Bth, AT jyjESSRS. J. T. FORD & CO.’S LAND SALE ROOMS, CASHEL STREET, Christchurch. No. 1 The BELMONT ESTATE, Methven—--1404 acres, ring fenced and subdivided, with Cottage, Stable, etc. Also, RURAL SECTIONS 32584 (587 acres), and 32742 (424 acres), unimproved. No. 2. Part of the Celebrated RAVENSWOOD ESTATE, at Woodend, North Canterbury, comprising 194 acres, to be sold in sections of ten acres and up - j wards. | Also, A number of Township Sections at Longbeach. No. 3. That well-known property SINGLE TREE FARM, Alford Forest, comprising 2420 acres, ring fenced, and divided into eight paddocks, with Dwelling-house of six rooms, Stables, Sheep Yards, etc. No. 4. j 993 acres of good RURAL LAND, situate near Dunsandel, divided into two blocks. Most liberal terms yet heard of. No reserve. No. 5. That splendidly improved property known as BELVUE, comprising 905 acres of first-class Land, situate nearChertsey. Those looking for a really good Homestead Farm should not miss this, as such a chance occurs but very rarely. No. G. That desirable plot of land known as the MINERS’ ARMS, comprising about 50 acres, situated near Yaldhurst. To bo sold at a very low price. No, 7. The interest of the trustees in the Lease of sections on the Wakanuißun, with right of purchase. Ring fenced. Commence at 1.30 sharp. J. T. FORD 00. Auctioneers, 823 q Cashel street, Christchurch. Alfred Harrison, IMPORTANT SALE. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. WITHOUT RESERVE. WEDNESDAY, izth MAY, 12 o’clock sharp. ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions from the Mortgagee to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the premises of the late MR- JAMES CAIRNS, Waterton, The Compact Little FARM, of ioo A 0R E s • ioo
The whole is laid down in English grass, fenced, and sub-divided into paddocks. There is also ,a good House, Stable, and other improvements. g DRAUGHT HORSES 3 BAY FILLY, % Yrs, J fj DAIRY 00 W S IJ .EA PE R AND BINDER, By Osborne, 1 1 D. F. PLOUGH By Reid and Gray. DRAY 1 1 HA H kOWS, HARNES S, Etc., Etc. Absolutely Without Reserve, Terms at Sale, ALFRED HARRISON 795 c Auctioneer. ‘ For Sale. FOR SALE, CHEAP. CHEAP. CHEAP. 80,000 STAKES, Also, 500,000 ”^SS‘ T>ISQ Now in stock, and daily arriving from the mills. ALPHEUS HAYES, 738 g East street, Ashburton. A SMALL Lot of MERINO EWES and a few pure bred LEICESTER RAMS of Mr. W. Boag’s breeding FOR SALE. Also, Grazing for a few quiet Cattle. Apply oirElgin Farm, Wakanui. 80Ig J. STANLEY BRUCE.
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