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Matson, Coz, and Co. FREEHOLD FARMS FOR SALE BY AUCTION. FRIDAY, JULY 1. s THE Undersigned have received instructions from the Owners, Mortgagees, and Trustees of the following Beautiful Barms, | TO OFFER THEM FOR ABSOLUTE SALE BY AUCTION, * AT THEIR LAND AND ESTATE ROOMS, West street, Ashburton. No. 1. 308 ACRES Of first-class rich alluvial soil, Situated three miles from the RANGITATA RAILWAY STATION. The improvements consist of a good fbur-roomed house; ' four-stalled • stable, good sheep yards, outbuildings, Ac. 180 acres of this is laid down in English grass, and the remainder partly sown with wheat or in, preparation for other crops; it is divided into six paddocks by substantial stock-proof wire fences, well watered throughout, and it is believed arrangements can be made for running 2,000 sheep outside the land. To anyone in search of a compact, profitable Farm, the above is an opportunity not often met with, and on such easy terms. No. 2. 800 ACRES Of rich Agricultural Land not far from No. 1, in connection with which it would work well. No. 3. 2g ACRES, Being R.S. 29212, adjoining No. 2. No, 4. 02 acres, Being R.S. 27596, adjoining No. 5. No. 5. 20 ACRES, Being R.S. 27595, near mouth of Orari River. No. 6. 2QO ACRES, Of Land adjoining the Hon. John McLean’s land on the Hinds. { No. 7. The Equity of Redemption of 028 acres, Being R.S. 31452 and 31453 i lying between the Hinds and Rangitata Rivers. A good selec: tion ; and being sold by order of the Trustees, may be obtained on most reasonable terms. An opportunity not often met with) for practical men with moderate means. I No. 8. On account of whom it may concern, ■jyjg ACRES, Of good light Land, near the Rakaia, being really fine grazing land. To be had on remarkably easy terms, and for residents at Rakaia requiring grazing land, a chance which should not be missed. Ho. 9. I 450 AOI,ES ' I A highly Improved Farm, withiri about two miles of a railway station, and Seven or eight miles from Ashburton. The improve* ments consist of a first-class fourroomed dwelling*house, eleven-t stall stable, granary, chaff house with large grain loft over all; three loose boxes, large concrete tank to hold ; 16,000ga15., one well with windmill, ten acres of plantations, abundance of running water, besides other most valu* able improvements. - - : No. 10. 895 AOBES ’ | Of the richest DownjLand, about five miles from Winchester. This is alii fenced, and having been fallowed the past season, is now in first-class order for cropping. The above fine properties are all offered on THE EASIEST TERMS, And . are intended to be sold; and to Farmers in search of REALLY GOOD PROPERTIES, j At moderate prices and on easy terms! the opportunity shoqld not be missed] ; Further particulars to Le obtained front the Auctioneers, who will show intending purchasers over any or all the , abovq Farms, and furnish the fullest particulars^ 1 MATSON, COX, A CO., 53c Ashburton. Matson, Cox, & Co* i A UCTIONBERS A VALUATORS! LAND, STOCK, AND ESTATE AGENTS.; LOANS NEGOTIATED at Lowest Rates and on most favorable terms. ; ■_. . . i GRAIN MERCHANTS. FORTNIGHTLY SALES OF STOCKS Will be held,at | ASHBURTON AND TINWALD alternately* NEXT SALE at TINWALD YARDS On TUESDAY, JULY, 6. Agents for Royse, Stead, and Co. Agenta for Robey.’s Threshing Machines. MATSON, COX, A CO. , ■! ; . ■ ■; ■ ..1. 44a rpHE GUARDIAN in on every Tea -L Table in Ashburton.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 376, 22 June 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 376, 22 June 1881