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Matson Cox,, and Co. Messrs, matson, cox & co. beg to inform their numerous constituents and the public generally that having completed their new premises in West street, Ashburton, it is their intention to open the same with an Important Land Sale ON FRIDAY, 15th OP OCTOBER, At 12 o’clock. ASHBURTON. 1, Several very valuable Town Sections in Ashburton, viz., Town Sections Nos. 809, 718, 483, .484, 708, 785, 715, 716. Also, 556 with 5 roomed House 558 with 5-roomed House 559 adjoining above 2, The Offices at present occupied by Messrs. Matson, Cox and Co., on Railway Reserve, in a first-class position, near the Railway Station and Post Office, with good yard and railway siding. 3. The Central Temperance Hotel, now let to a good tenant. 4. £ acre land, with 7-roomed House thereon, facing East Town Belt. 6. A number of valuable Suburban Building Sites, fronting on the Ashburton Agricultural and Pastoral Society’s new Show Grounds. CHERTSEY. 6. rt VALUABLE TOWN P 7 « SECTIONS, • Fronting the Railway line, and adjoining the Railway Hotel, Town Sections Nos. 2,4, 12, 18, 19, 20, and 21. 7. Valuable Farm, 234 acres, with House and improvements, etc., known a» Roxburgh. 8. Valuable Lease, 269 acres, for term of eight years ; situate Wakanui road. Laid down in clover and grasses. 9. 90 acres adjoining above, laid down with English grass. Good House, and water running through every paddock. 10. Valuable Farm of 204 acres, firstclass land at. Wakanui, known as Risely’s. 11. Valuable Farm, 574 acres, situated at Waterton, partly in crop, and balance in English grasses. Securely fenced, with first-class Flour Mill, driven by water power, and fitted with the latest improvements ; good Dwelling House, Stables, Implements, Sheds, Men’s Hut, etc. 12. 143 acres adjoining the above, laid down in English grass. After the above sale, A number of first-class DRAUGHT HORSES, broken and unbroken. 2 Waggons. 15 Draught Horses with Harness complete. Owners of property wishing to have the same offered at this sale can do so by communicating with the auctioners. Terms at Sale. Luncheon Provided. MATSON, COX & CO., 278 a Auctioneers. Matson, Cox & Co., STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, LAND & MONEY BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION AGENTS, ASHBURTON. Messrs, matson, cox & Co. beg to inform their Constituents in the Ashburton District that for the future the Business in Ashburton will he conducted under the supervision of Mr. Cox, under the style of MATSON, COX & CO. Their business will include the management of Estates, Investment and Procuration of Money, Valuation of Properties, Stock, &c., and General Agency. They will hold throughout the District Public Auction Sales of Land, Live and Dead Stock; also on Market Days at Ashburton and Tinwald, Fat and Store Stock. They are also prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances on Properties, Stock, Wool, &c., placed in their hands for sale. The contract for their new premises at Ashburton being let, they trust at no distent date to be able to afford to their constituents increased facilities for the transaction of their business. MATSON, COX, '& CO., Agents for Robey & Co.’s CELEBRATED THRESHING MACHINES 44a Davies and Winter BLUEGUM SAPLINGS. SOUTH RAKAIA, TUESDAY, sth OCTOBER. At 2 o’clock. \fl-ESSRS DAVIES & WINTER, in IVa conjunction with Messrs. Neil M‘Lean and Go., have received instructions from the South Rakaia Road Board to sell by public aution, on the above date, at the Plantation, about 250 cords of FIVE-YEAR-OLD BLUEGUM SAPLINGS (the thinnings of the Plantation); will make excellent rails, rafters, stakes, and firewood. In lots to suit purchasers. DAVIES & WINTER. 249 q NEIL M‘LEAN & CO. Lost. LOST, A PROMISSORY NOTE for the sum of L3G, Drawn upon Valentine Ehrmann. Any person retaining the above P. N. after the above notice, or trying in any way to use the same will be prosecuted. Finder will kindly leave the same at Herald office. 957c-2840 Public Notices. ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE next monthly Reading will be given in the upper room of the Town Hall on SATURDAY, 9th October, when Mr. Oliver will read a paper on Sheep Breeding, commencing at half-past seven p.m. GEORGE JAMESON, 2800 Secretary. UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD- • NOTICE. ALL Owners of properly fronting Alford Forest Road are requested to CUT OFF and REMOVE at once all GORSE growing on the Roadside. This order applies to the entire District. By order ROBT. D. PULLAR, 273 a Clerk.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 160, 2 October 1880

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