Poyntz and Co. WALTEB A. ; WOOD’S TWINE f Binder & Harvester sft 6in and 6ft 6in Oat. Eight of the world’s highest prizes were awarded to W. A. Wood’ff; Harvesting Machine. -i: Special First at the Melbourne Exhibition. The competitors of the “'Wood,” being dissatisfied with their defeat at the trial, appealed to the Comnisaiopers of the Exhibition for another! triaL This being granted, a second trial held on December 23 last, at Australia, when their Machine was af" n victorious, competing against! the MCcrnjick, Osborne, and Deering Twu/-“ in “®“* A FIELD TRTALff, jjf Wood’s Machine will b j ASHBUR- / . Agents. ■ —r ll / ' THE Under/® 6 *I*™ 1 *™ now taking orders for Scott Bros.’ celebrated strippers; Fitted wit*!! 1 latest Improvements. r ull-width Machines. POYNTZ & CO.
& Beattie’s Latent M FLEXIBLE HARROWS, which universal satisfaction, miU rj^imonials: — | To Messrs Poyntz and Co., Ashbur,n : Sirs, —The 21ft Flexible Harrows I ad from you please me very much. They are the best Harrows I ever used. In rough ground especially they show themselves to advantage.—H. W. Parsons, Seafield.” “Messrs Poyntz and Cp.: 1 Having harrowed 1,800 acres of land, both rough md smooth, this season with a set of Saxton and Beattie’s Flexible Harrows, 1 have no hesitation in J saying they are he best kind of, harrows I;ever used. Dhey clear themselves well in. rough land, md I can confidently recommend them :o farmers.— Francis Cass, Seafield.” “To Messrs Poyntz and C 0.,! Ashbur;on : Sirs,—The Haxtoh andf'TmatHe Patent Flexible are _ all that •ould be for our rough 'ground.— Fames Croskeeib, Mayfield;” . “ To Messrs Poyntz and Co. ,* Ashbur;on : Sirs,—ln reference to. Haxton and Beattie’s Patent Flexible Harrows, I think them by far the best harrows I ever used in all sorts of ground, both rough md smooth, and they answer well as :hain harrows. George Richard, OrarL” t POYNTZ & CO. 0 N S E. Wood’s and McCormick’s 1 Binding Vire, Binding Twine, and/all Machine Ixtras. POYNTZ i & CO. P O R S E 50 acres of good LAND, well fenced, within 10 miles of Ashburton; 150 acres in crop, the balance ploughed ready for turnips. POYNTZ & CO. P O R S E Splendid SHEEP-FARM of 1,200 acres, situated within 12 miles of Ashburton, well fenced, and subdivided into 14 paddocks. The County water-race runs along the nrnppyty imprfmnmuntß consist of a well-built six-roomed house, six-stalled stable, and sheep yards adapted to working 3,000 sheep. There are 250 acres in growing wheat, and this is a most desirable property. POYNTZ & CO. F O R S E A splendid Farm of 897 acres; all fenced, and divided into 7 paddocks. 60 acres in English grass, 185 in wheat, 100 in oats, balance in 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, 85 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 & 03. T OWN 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. P R S E. Several well-built comfortable houses, of different sizes, in various parts of the town and suburbs. POYNTZ & CO. P O R A B. 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. P OR 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 would make a very profitable investment. POYNTZ & CO. P O R S E. Two acres of Good Land, a short distance from the Alfred Flour Mills, having a good frontage, and well and securely fenced. POYNTZ & COT O E T Two, three, four, and five roomed houses, within easy distance of the centre ofthetown. POYNTZ & CO. P O R S E. T.S. T.S. T.S. T.S. T.S. T.S. T.S. T.S. T.S. T.S. TOWN SECTIONS. 60, Kermode street. -■ 742, 743, Peter street. 675, 316, 318, Havelock street. 118, 119, Moore street west, 822, 828, Cox street. 818, Aitken street. 860, Grey street. 689, Cameron street. 293. s 274. POYNTZ & 00, T
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 505, 30 November 1881
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