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Matscr., Cox, and Co. i BUILDING SITES. 5 BUILDING SITES. J BUILDING SITES. MOST VALUABLE Suburban Land. 1 \/TESSRS. MATSON, COX & CO. [ iVi have received instructions from , Mr. Benjamin Edo to offer for sale , BY PUBLIC AUCTION. AT TUEIB SALE BOOMS, ASHBURTON, ox - FRIDA Y, Ist APR IL, 1881, AT ; ONE O’CLOCK SHARP, I 80 ' *■ 8 80 1 VALUABLE ; SUBURBAN LAND DIVIDED INTO FIVE-ACRE BLOCKS, Situatcdabout one mile from Ashburton, and having frontage to the Racecourse , Road and Wakanui Creek, BEING BLOCKS No. 192 TO 195, Inclusive, as shown on Map No. in the Laud Transfer Office. The above consists of (ho RICHEST AGRICULTURAL LAND, AND IS ABUNDANTLY WATERED, Having a frontage on the WAKANUI CREEK, And offers an opportunity not often met with to those in search of sites for SUBURBAN RESIDENCES, Combining, as it does, the advantages of unsurpassed Soil, IN SMALL BLOCKS, Within easy distance of the Township, at a moderate price, and on most easy terms of payment. For farther particulars, and map of property, apply to MATSON, COX & CO., 337 a Ashburton. Matson, o ox & 00-> 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, <tc., 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 Timvald, Fat and Store Stock. They are also prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances on Properties, Stock, Wool, Arc., placed in their hands for sale. MATSON, COX, & CO., Agents for Robey & Co.’s CEX.EURATED THRESHING MACHINES 44g W. J. Gr. Bluett. CLEARING SALE. MONDAY, 28th MARCH. AT iLG IN, ASHBURTON, OK LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. [R. W. J. G. BLUETT, favored with instructions from J. Stanley Bruce, [., will sell by Public Auction, on the ve date, at [HE HOMESTE A D, ELGIN, The whole of his AYE AND DEAD STOCK, AS UN DEB —• A STACKS OF HAY. A xt In splendid condition. -*■ SMALL PARCEL OF OATS A PURE BRED ROMNEY ZA y± MARSH EWES do. do. do. do. )0 LAMBS ol CROSS-BRED EWES LV AND WETHERS fBRED LAMBS 55 10 MERINO EWES ÜBRED LAMBS PURE-BRED LEICESTER RAMS Bred by H. Boag, Esq. first-clas Dairy cows HEAD YOUNG STOCK 21 10 84 67 4 A GOOD WORKING FARM A “X HORSES 1 UPSTANDING HAR- 1 I vruco i\T A T?TT. JL NESS MARE (5 years) 1 FIRST-CLASS WEIGHT 1 i- CARRYING HACK - L Bred by the late Mr. W. Tod -t LADY’S HAOKI J- “ Fairwater ” by “Nutwith,” out of “Alice” by “ Figaro,” out of an imported mare, “ Haideo,” very quiet. “ BLUELIGHT,” COLT, broken to saddle and harness. Will make a fast trotting buggy horse. BERKSHIRE SOW YOUNG SOWS SET SHAFT and ONE SET LEADING HARNESS SETS PLOUGH HARNESS. SET TRAP HARNESS 4 1 glisb saddle and bridle (dish lady’s saddle valises lorse covers and horse rug rm dray and frame ncan’s double-furrow plough affeutter, for horse or hand power, Beatall’s patent, 30ft 2in, iron pipe and No. 6 Douglas pump, in good working order 18 gallon copper, boiler and furnace e 20ft. and one 10ft. Baltic ladder ,nd 3 horse trees ery’s steelyards, 3001ba rge meat safe con pickling trough rge flour bin g kennel irness and saddle rack urn and dairy utensils, &c., &c. large quantity of farm, garden, and other tools rge cucumber frame rnsacks, &c., &a. Sale at 12 o’clock sharp. W. J. G. BLUETT, ■ Auooneer, (73a Leeatou and Southbridge.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 300, 23 March 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 300, 23 March 1881

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