Poyntz and 00. Properties "pOR SALE AND TO LB T. FARMS. 1,100 acres of First Quality Land. 300 acres xn crop, balance in grass and sheep feed. There is a Substantial Dwelling* house and all necessary outbuildings. The land is securely fenced and well watered. R.S. 17307. 17357, 17275, 17997, containing 195 acres of good Land, securely fenced with live fences, well watered, in close contiguity to the railway. Most of this land is down in English grass. There is a good substantial Dwelling-house and all necessary outbuildings on the property. 240 acres of Splendid Land, noar’the above. This Farm is in a high state of cultivation and abundantly watered. 370 acres of prime qualify Land, on the celebrated Longbeach Estate. 150 acres in wheat, balance in grass and stubble. This Farm is well fenced, subdivided, and well watered. 107 acres in the Ashburton district, all in grass, well fenced, and subdivided and watered. Subject to a lease, with purchasing clause, having years to run. 564 acres, near a railway station, all fenced. 340 acres of it In grass, 130 acres had one crop off, balance in tussock. Thin land is well watered. There are good farm buildings on the property, and would make a Capital Sheep Farm. 100 acres within a few miles of Ashbnr- • von, partly broken up aid ready for cropping. 200 acres near the sea beach, in good heart, well and securely fenced. 131 acres of Good Land, highly improved, near Tinwald. R.S. 29510, 29511, 29512, containing 410 acres, in its native stale. Partly fenced. 220 acres on the Westerfield Run, in tussock. Will either be sold, or let on a purchasing clause. 425 acres near Lyndhnrst, fenced and partly in crop. Well watered. 700 acres on the Hinds, unimproved. 220 acres on the Winchmore Ron, unimproved. TOWN PROPERTIES. T.S. 787, in Peter street, with a wellbuilt four-roomed House, securely fenced, and well provided in every respect. T.S. 580, close to the railway station and the Public Domain, with a substantial fire-roomed House erected thereon, together with convenient outbuildings. T.S. 709, in Wills street, with good four-roomed House. T.S. 60. T.S. 742, 743, Peter street. T.S. 860, Grey street. T.S. 118,119, Moore street west. T.S. 837, Aiiken street. T.S. 449, Burnett street. SUBURBAN PROPERTIES. Good Building Sites on the N.W. Belt, from £ to 5 acres each. A good, well-built six-roomed House, on half an acre of land, on N.E. Belt. A comfortable t.wo-roomed House, on the Creek road, Walsh’s paddock, on £ acre of land. A four-roomed House, with half an acre of land, on the N.E. Town Belt. TO LET OR FOR SALE. A large well-finished House of 10 rooms, together with 2 acres of land, in a dry and healthy situation, within a few minutes' walk of the Post Office. This is a substantially and well-finished place, and a most desirable residence. A two-roomed Cottage, for removal for sale. A muzzle-loading Gun, in first-class order. A breech-loading do do A six-chambered Revolver. 26 tons of goad Seed Potatoes. A broadcast Seed Sower. A good Wagon, also a Dray. • HAXTON AND BEATTIE’S PATENT FLEXIBLE HARROWS, So highly prized by all farmers who have used them. Poyntz and Co., EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. 3410
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 406, 27 July 1881
Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 406, 27 July 1881
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