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Boarding Houses. CENTRAL TEMPERANCE HOTEL, BARING SQUARE. THOMAS BROADBELT, PROPBIETOE. PRIVATE ACCOMMODATION FOR BOARDERS. 947 a Matson, Cox, & Co. This Bay. MATSON,- COX & CO., have received instructions from Mr. Joseph Clark, as Trustee in the Estate of J. M. Smith, William Fleming, &c., to sell BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AT THE TINWALD YARDS, ON TUESDAY, JUNE 15TH, AT TWELVE O’CLOCK SHARP, U DRAUGHT MARES AND GELDINGS, All first class and thoroughly staunch. 9 MILK COWS, In full, profit and in calf. Q SPRINGING HEIFERS, o , ; :U : Well bred. TJ STEERS, FAT. YEARLINGS AND CALVES. PIGS, SPORE AND FAT. 1 MCCORMICK’S REAPER AND BINDER. DRAYS. -| DOUBLE FURROW PLOUGH, Reid and Gray. SINGLE FURROW PLOUGHS. A SETS HARROWS, Three and four leaf. ■I THREE-HORSE ROLLER, Cambridge. DOUBLE-SEATED BUGGY. 1 FIRST CLASS FAMILY WAGA GONNETTE. HARNESS AND SUNDRIES Too numerous to mention. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. 934 g Jameson and Roberts. SATURDAY, JUNE 19. Messrs, jameson & Roberts have received instructions from the supervisors of Messrs. Wood Bros’ Estate TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the above date at MESSRS. ROBERT WILKIN & GO’S NEW ZEALAND WOOL STOKES, Hereford street, Christchurch, At 12 o’clock sharp, That valuable FARM AT DROMORE, Known as WOOD’S FARM, situate within one mile of the Dromore railway, station, and containing 1050 ACRES ’ All fenced and laid off as follows : FC°7 A Acres are sown with English I grasses, and divided into four paddocks. "8 QzL Acres are ploughed, ready for XOti: cropping. 842 Acres are in tussock. 1050 The Homestead is all that is required. It consists of a comfortable cottage and storeroom, stabling for eight horses, iron granary, two wells with a never failing supply of good water, and a large concrete tank with a holding capacity of 25,000 gallons, iron tanks, windmill pump, &c., &c. The land is well fenced with sod banks, three wires and stakes, and planted with gorse, and it is divided into seven paddocks. The whole Farm is well situated, is in first-class order, and ready for immediate occupation, and promising a speedy return. The proposed County Council water race will run down one side of the property. An inspection is invited. Further particulars may be obtained from JAMESON & ROBERTS, Ashburton ; Or, ROBERT TvTLKIN & CO., 927 g Christchurch. K. F. Gray. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD TOWN SECTIONS, IN THE TOWN OF TE MU KAon TUESDAY, JULY 6th, 1880. KF. GRAY has been favored with , instructions from W. Grant, Esq., to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At his Salerooms, Temuka, on the above date, ALL THAT VALUABLE BLOCK OF LAND, being part of Rural Section 2417, containing by admeasurement 30 acres (more or less), having a frontage on the Main South road, joining the north side of Temuka, and fronting on the Main Line of Railway. The whole of the above block of land has been surveyed and cut up into Quarter and Half-acre Business and Building Sites, and conveniently sized Sections for Market Gardens and Villa Residences, and will be sold upon the following unexceptionably favorable terms, viz.: 25 per cent. Cash 25 per cent, in Twelve Months 50 per cent, in Three Years, Bearing Interest at 8 per cent, per annum. Lithographed Plans of the above may be seen at Temuka, Timaru, Point, Winchester, Geraldine, and Ashburton. Sale at 1 o’clock sharp. K. F. G R A Y, Auctioneer. The Auctioneer desires to draw the attention of capitalists and others to the above Important Sale, as the. terms are so liberal that those possessed of limited means may become owners of Valuable;. Freehold Sections on the most easy terms' ever offered to the public as the land is very rich, and well adapted for nurseries' or gardens.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 113, 15 June 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 113, 15 June 1880