Properties F OR SALE AND TO L!?T. FARMS. 1,100 acres of First Quality Land, acres in crop, balance hi grass' ‘dnd;* feed. There Is a SubsfamSi house and all necess&yoatbo land is securely fenced ■■ .u» arum?/. ttttn RS. 17307, 1735?; '17275, : 17W7r taining 195 acres of good Land? Kedrsly English l ]_ is a good substantial and all necessary outbuildings on ■( 240 'acres of Splendid Land, ii«tt tbh above. This Farm ls in ahlgh''4tata 'tH cultivation and abundantly Wattabdi*' ‘ 1 370 acres of prime quality Land/bn 'the celebrated Longbeach ’Estate. 150 acres in wheat, balance in grass StiAhle. This Farm is wen fencMj StibdividbdilOld well watered. ID7 acres in the Ashburton district, *!! in grass, well fenced, and subdivided and . watered. Subject to a lesnb, ‘‘wit'htptfrchasing clause; having4i ybirs to fak.’ 1 '564 acres, near a railway station, all fenced. 340 acres of it ih grabS, r l3O sSitta; had one crbp off, balariCe : in xus4d«ik. This land is well watered: farm buildings on the property,’ SBfSSroald make a Capital Sheep’Ffrihf- • c " ■' ' ,w ' ' 100 acres within afoWmileii of Auibhur-. ton, partly broken’bp and' ierf3y'; T f6it cropping. • ~ J ‘"' ' / 200 acres near the sea beach; m good heart, well and securely fended; ' 131 acres of Good Land, highly im* proved, near Tinwald. RS. 29610, 29511, 29512, containing 410 acres, in its native state. Partly fenced. ? 220 acres on the Westerfield Run, in tussock. Will either be sold, orlet bn a purchasing clause. ’ ■ M = • 425 acres near Lyndhurai, fenced ’and partly in crop. Well watered. 1 " ~‘ 700 acres on the Hinds, unimproved. 220 acres on the Winchmore Run, on* improved. 1 ■ 1 4
TOWN PROPERTIES. T.S. 787, in Peter street, wdth a Wellbuilt four-roomed House, securely'fehbed, and well provided in every respect , T.S. 580, close to the railway station and the Public Domain, witbaaboitantial five-roomed House erected-'thereof ‘together with convenient outbuilding^ T.S. T’o9, in WOls e with goad 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, Aitken street T.S. 449, Burnett street SUBURBAN PROPERTIES. Good Building Sites on the N.W. JBelt« from J to 5 acres each. A good, well-built six-roomcdjloiue, on half an acre of land, on N.E. Belt A comfortable' two-roomed House, on the Creek road, Walsh's paddock, on \ acre of land. - . u A four-roomed Hbuse, with half an acre of land, bn the N.E. Town Helt TO LET. Two good Four-roomed Houses, at a low rental. • TO LET OR FOB 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 ;!t ■ a"ifubstantialiy and well-finished : plabey most desirable residence.
A two-roomed Cottage, for removed for sale. A muzzle-loading Gas, In drst-clua order. A breech-loading do do A six-chambered Revolver. 26 tons of good 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 Op., EAST STREET, ASHBURTON s4i«
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 409, 30 July 1881
Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 409, 30 July 1881
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