K. F. GrayThis Day. IMPORTANT SALE FREEHOLD TOWN SECTIONS, V. . IN THE TOWN OF TE.MUKA TUESDAY, JULY 6th, 1880. K. F GRAY has been favored with instructions from W. Grant, Esq., * SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At his Salerooms, Temuka, on the above date, at.L 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. GRAY, Auctioneer. The Auctioneer desires to draw the attention of capitalists and others to the above Important Sale, as the terms p»a so liberal that those possessed of limited means may become owners of Valuable Freehold Sections on the most easy terms sver offered to the public as the land is rery rich, and well adapted for nurseries or gardens. 945 g Robert Wilkin and Co. FRIDAY, 16th JULY. Clearing Sale STOCK, FARM IMPLEMENTS, &c., AT CRAWLEY HOUSE FARM, (Four Miles from the Hinds Railway Station). L Moore, Esq., having let the above property, and having no further use for the stock and implements, has instructed I.fESSRS. ROBERT WILKIN & CO. (in conjunction with Messrs. Jameon and Roberts), to sell on FRIDAY, 16th JULY, without any reserve, the whole of his Farming Plant, consisting of VfitA VERY SUPERIOR YOUNG iOU CROSS-BRED EWES, (in lamb to long-wooled Rams). 1 FIRST CLASS DRAUGHT HORSES DOUBLE FURROW PLOUGHS Harrows, Broadcast Sower, Reaping Machines, 2-horse power Chaffcutter, Drays, Harness, and a large collection of useful Farming Implements. Also, jqq BUSHELS OATS, and several other small lots of grain. The sale will commence at 12 o’clock sharp. Luncheon provided. A conveyance will be at the Hinds Station to meet the train leaving Ashburton at 11 o’clock to convey persons to the sale. ROBERT WILKIN & CO., Christchurch. JAMESON & ROBERTS, Ashburton. lg For Sale. BAR Framed BEE HIVES. T. A. Gates, Saunders’ Buildings. 8280 Lost. LOST. i BLACK DRAUGHT GELDING, X aged. Finder will be Rewarded on returning to 10g SAUNDERS BROS. To Let. STUBBLE LAND TO LET. GOOD STUBBLE LAND, on the Lagmohr estate, within easy distance of a Railway Station, TO LET. Apply for particulars to • 1 97 7g D. M‘LEAN, Lagmohr. Wanted. WANTED KNOWN—That C. Hawkins, the Tinwald Bootmaker, has REMOVED to premises Opposite the Tinwald Post Office, where he is still open to Sell first-class Boots and Shoes at hie usual Cheap Rates, All kinds of Boots Made and Repaired. 805g—417c WANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply Mrs Saxjndees, Ashburton Mill. 6030 TIJANTED —A good GENERAL SERVV VANT. Apply at once, personally to Mr. Willcocks* Wheatsheaf Hotel, Wheatstone. 559 c Tenders. LAND DISTRICT OF CANTERBURY, TENDERS are invited for LEASING GOVERNMENT RESERVE No. 2165, containing 1,280 acres, situated near Seafield, for a term of Seven Yeats, upon conditions to be ascertained at the Land Office, Christchurch, and the office of the Resident Magistrate, Ashburton, where a plan of the land may also be seen. Tenders, addressed to the undersigned, will be received on and up to the 26th July next. JOHN MARSHJHAN, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Land Office, Christchurch, 25th June, 1880. 994 e
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