W- J. G. Bluett. MR. \Y. J. G. BLUETT, favored with instructions from J. Stanley Bruce, Esq., will offer by Public Auction, at Messrs J. T. Ford and Co.’s Salerooms (by their kind permission), ON SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1881. At 2 o’clock sharp, All that valuable property known as Elgin is situated 3£ miles from the town and Railway Station of Ashburton, and about the same distance from the new saleyards. This property, containing 348 acres, an early selection, is thoroughly fenced, well watered with running streams, highly improved, and subdivided into nine (9) paddocks, the whole in English grass, except 70 acres now in turnips. None of this land has ever had more than two grain crops, and is therefore in firstrate heart for anything. The dwellinghouse, most substantially built, contains seven good lofty rooms, besides which there is a good three-rocmed cottage, six stalled stable, sheep and cattle yards, piggeries and granary. The pleasure grounds are carefully planted, and very tastefully laid out ; in fact, it is one of the nicest properties in the country. The land is good, and everything done on the place is substantial and good—no expense and ! care, having been spared to make a perfect home. A school and post office adjoin the property. It will be first offered as a whole, and if not sold, it will then be offered in two lots. The terms are liberal, and my instructions are to sell without the slightest reserve. To anyone seeking a nice home, or as an investment, the auctioneer can honestly recommend this property, as from its position and the quality of the land and improvements, it is bound within the next few years to largely increase its value. For cards to view the property apply to STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, LAND & MONEY BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION AGENTS, ASHBURTON. 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. MATSON, COX, & GO., Agents for Robey & Co.’s CELEBRATED THRESHING M ACHINES E 1 gin 128 a W. J. G. BLUETT, Auctioneer, Leeston. Matson, Cox, and Co. ATSON. 44g
Hotels. ENT RA L HOTEL, CORNER OF WAKANUI ROAD & WILLS STREET, ASHBURTON. SAMUEL BROWnT PROPRIETOR. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. Liquors of Best Quality kept in Stock. Good and Comfortable Stabling. 110 a New Restaurant, MORTON’S HOTEL! High street, Christchurch. George w. collinson (From Carle’s) Proprietor. Luncheon from Twelve o’clock. 676 Railway hotel. South Rakaia. FIRST-CLASS accommodation for BOARDERS and TRAVELLERS. Good Stable and Paddocks. Wines and Spirits of Best Brands. Boarding Houses, &c. NOTICE OF REMOVAL, JIROM the A 1 Resturant to the ECHO DINING ROOMS, East Street, close to Lancaster’s Butchery, where a good Table will be kept, and the proprietor will be glad to welcome his old friends and customers. Meals at all Hours of the Day, at Is. each. Beds, Is. Good accommodation for Boarders and Travellers. Conducted by Mrs Truckle. 528 RINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE, close to the Railway Station, (next to Cookson’s Stables). This commodious house contains 40 rooms, with every convenience. Good Table kept. Every comfort of a home. Moderate charges. 647 J. S. COMPTON, Proprietor. S. LUCAS,
525 Proprietor. The A 1 Eestaurant. Phillip harper wishes to in* . timate to his old Patrons, and the Public generally, that he has taken those Commodious Premises in Tancred street known as the A 1 Restaurant, where SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION can be obtained by all who favor him with a visit. Meals at all hours. JESS’* Don’t forget the Address— PHILLIP HARPER, A 1 RESTAURANT, Tancred stkeet, Ashburton. . 886 NEW DINING AND LUNCHEON ROOMS & LIVERY STABLES. PETER GOOD begs to announce that he has opened a new DINING and LUNCHEON ROOMS, on Seafield Road, fronting the new Show Grounds and Sale Yards, at which he will supply Luncheon at all hours of the day, at la. 6d. Livery Stable.—Stalls and Loose Boxes. —Stalls Is.—Boxes as per agreement. Goon Paddocks, as per agreement. 607 MIRTH, MUSIC, MELODY I THE GUARDIAN is published every evening, giving every day’s news, up to the hour of going to press. This i better than buying a sixpenny weekly.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 276, 23 February 1881
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