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Poyntz and Co. THE UNDERSIGNED wish to did*" the special attention of Farmers and others in the Ashburton County visiting - the Christchurch Show, and who did"mao have an opportunity of inspecting - the’ t Anglo-American Com and Seed which will sow all kinds of Com, Peas and other small seeds also du? i tribute artificial manure at the same time. r These implements cover fourteen feet J df J ground, are fitted with 23 coulters, heint-' light of draught and easily mahageCi; They are the largest Drill and acknowledged to be the best adapted-, for the, colony. Those desirous of [ ing these Drills must give their ofdert, during the coming month tp delivery in time for next season. ' ■■ • j li; * POYNTZ A GO. oT - p V 'i: .noR j —— : { ■\7T7ALTER A. WOOD’S TWIN^? 1 »» REAPER AND cob . Farmers, do not order your machinem until you have seen'the trial of the aboveFirm’s new Twine Binder, which will take place in December next. They are the’ most complete Machines extant, and are, fitted with several new and important, improvements since last season. Thejf are more effective, durable, and cheaper' and are acknowledged to do better work' than any other machine of the kind. . POYNTZ & CO. THE Undersigned are now taking orders for Messrs Scott Bros. ’ celebrated GRASS STRIPPERS, , Pitted with all the latest improvements. Full width. POYNTZ & CO,

Messrs poyntz and co. Have received instructions from various owners to OFFER FOR SALE SEVERAL BLOCKS OF RURAL LAND Tn its native state, for which reasonable terms can he arranged. Also, SEVERAL HIGHLY IMPROVED FARMS, Of various sizes. > ■jp O R S A L E. A splendid Farm of 397 acres, all fenced, and divided into 7 paddocks. 60 acres in English grass, 185. in wheat, 100 in oats, , balance, la fallow. The improvements consist of a good 5-roomed weatherboard house, six-stalled stable, and a concrete tank holding 6,000 gallons. The County water runs through the centre of the land. Also, A Farm of 78 acres, well-fenced and abundantly watered, 35 acres in English grass, balance in root crops. There is a good house and-stable on the land, and a garden well stocked with fruit trees. POYNTZ & oa -pi OR SALE OR TO LEASE. 925 acres 925 OF REALLY GOOD LAND, Close to a railway station. This land: is well-watered, and of an easily workable nature. POYNTZ & CO. IJIOWK PROPERTIES. A capital seven-roomed house, containing dining-room, sitting-room, four bedrooms, and kitchen, wellsituated, close to the centre of the town, and within two minutes’ walk of the Post . Office and Railway Station, POYNTZ & CO. O R S E. F TOWN SECTIONS. T.S. 60, Kermode street. T.S. 742, 743, Peter street. T.S. 675. 316, 318, Havelock street. T. S. 118, 119, Moore street west. T.S. 822, 828, Cox street. T.S. 818, Aitken street. T.S. 860, Grey street. T.S. 689, Cameron street. T.S. 293. T.S. 274. POYNTZ & CO. F O R S E. Several well-built comfortable houses, of different sizes, in various parts of the town and suburbs. POYNTZ & CO. F O R S A E. A quarter of an acre in Cox street, on which is erected a substantial four-roomed House. The land is well fenced and laid out and planted with choice trees. POYNTZ & CO. 5 3 3 3 s 8 0 S C e S if it o piOR SALE *OR TO LET. A Five-roomed HOUSE, thoroughly wellfinished, on the North East Town Belt. This is a most desirable property, being pleasantly situated in one of the healthiest parts of the town. The grounds are tastefully laid out, and are planted with the choicest shrubs and trees. This property is now let to a good tenant, and woo’d make a very profitable investment. POYNTZ & CO. F O R ETwo acres of Good Land, a short distance from the Alfred Flour Mills, having a good frontage, and well and securely fenced. POYNTZ & CO. d sv iie h 5, 1T O L E T . Two, three, four, and five roomed houses, within easy distance of the centre of the town. POYNTZ & CO. sd ‘g uPoyntz and Co., LAND.'ESTATE & GENERAL AGENTS, ASHBURTON. v'.: :l viiiairrr li-o'i'irr > ovres b'iv/ srto3 - ra:{ [ .M)A] — .tns.x.-Jsx'J eidthnlicoßs

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 497, 10 November 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 497, 10 November 1881

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