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Poyntz and Co. WALTER A. WOOD'S TWINE - Binder & Harvester sft 6in and 6ft 6uvCrft f( Eight of the world’s hipest prizes p were awarded to W. A. Wood’s /Haivesting Machine. , , Special First at the Melbourne!Exhibition. The competitors of being dissatisfied with their defeat,' at the trial, appealed to the Conun issmpers of the Exhibition for another trujjL This being granted, a second, trial was held on December 23 last, at Australia, , when their Machine was vioporious, competing against the rMcQcrpugk, Os- ' borne, and Deering Twine Binderaj. 1 A FIELD TRIAL of • Machine will bo held NEAR* ‘ ASjpBURTON early next month. ■ ■: r POYNTZ & 00.; i Agents. THE Undersigned are now taking orders for Messrs Scott Bros.’ celebrated GRASS STRIPPERS* Fitted with all the Latest Improvements. Full-width Machines.-! POYNTZ & CO. HAXTON & BEATTIE’S PATENT FLEXIBLE HARROWS, which are giving universal satisfaction, ride Testimonials:— ’■:> v/M't ‘To Messrs Poyntz and Co.,Ashburton : Sirs, —The 21ft Flexible Harrows I had from you please'me very much. They are the best Harrows I eve? used. In tough ground especially atibw; themselves to advantage.— H. W. Parsons, Seafield.” , ■ “ Messrs Poyntz and : r V,Having harrowed 1,800 acres of land, both rough and smooth, this season with a; set of Haxton and Beattie’s Flexible Harrows, I have no hesitation in saying they are the best kind of harrows P evfer used. They clear themselves well in-rough land, and I can confidently rebOnimeWd them to farmers.—Francis Sbkfield.” To Messrs Poyntz and' Gd , ‘Ashburton : Sirs, —The Haxton and , J Beattie Patent Flexible Harrows are all that could be desired for our rough ground.— Jambs Croskeeie, Mayfield.” -* To Messrs Poyntz and : Co., Ashburton : Sirs,—ln 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 and smooth, and they. ; as chain harrows. George ' Richard, Orari ” POYNTZ & 00. 0 ■N ■ ■ > . df. S ‘ ... At L E. Wood’s and McCormick’s: Binding Wire, Binding Twine, and:; all,. {Machine Extras. ; POYNTZ. & CO. F 0 R S E 250 acres of good LAND; well fenced, within 10 miles ,of . AsMiurton ; 160 acres in crop, '■ the - balance ploughed ready for turnips. POYNTZ $ CO. F 0 R S A J, E Splendid SHEEP-FARM of 1,200 acres, situated withm 12 miles of • ; Ashburton,, well fenced,; {and subdivided into 14 paddocks. The County water-race runs: ripng the property. The improvements consist of a well-built six-roomed house, six-stalled stable, tand sheep yards adapted, to wprking 3,000 sheep. There are 2B0 ]: acres in growing wheat, and;this is a most desirable property.. : POYNTZ; & CO. F O R a : ,i{L E. A splendid Farm of 397 acres, all fenced, and divided into 7 paddocks. 60 acres in English grass, 186 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,| -.vM 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.':;:'l POYNTZ & CO. A T OWN P R O Pi E R TIES. A capital seven-roomed house, containing dining-room, sitting-cobm, four bedrooms, and. kitchen; wellsituated, dose to the centre of the town, and ’ within two minutes’ walk of the. Post; Office,.Sfld Railway Station.; . .v' jf POYNTZ & CO. ~~r F b R S , A-M L E. Several well-built comfortable houses, of different sizes, in .'various /parts of the town and suburbs. POYNTZ & CO. F O R S’ . .-A. i«ICL A quarter of an acre in Cox streetytm whi< is erected a substantial four-roomi House. The land is Well fenci and laid out and planted wit / choice trees.' 1 .i MO POYNTZ & CO. ; ; 11'? F OR / SALE OR TO LET. A Five-roomed HOUSE, thoroughly wellfinished, on the "North ®&t Town Belt. This is a most desirable property, being pleasantly* situated in one of the healthiest Sparta of the town. The grounds are tastefully laid out, and are planted ‘With the choicest shrubs and trees. This property is now Jet to a good tenant, and would make a very profitable investment. ■■ n< > J." POYNTZIAfc CO. F O R S E. Two acres of Good Land, a shofi distance from the Alfred Flour Mills, having a good frontagej u and weil and securely fenced. '' POYNTZ jfc COT O E? TwOj three, four, and, five roomed houses, within easy distance of the centre ; of the town. wunolf POYNTZ &CO. F o R S'- '-A • ; ' : 'L s -,,rj E. T.S. T.S. T.S. T.S: T.S. T.S. T.S. T.S. T.S; T.S. TOWN SECTIONS. 60, Kennode street, i ; M 742, 743, Peter street. 675, 316, 318, Havelock street. 118, 119, Moorb street-wSst 822, 828, Cpx ; street; M ’V, 818, AitkeU strefeti die 1 . 860, Grey street. 689, Cameron street. 293. t : .■M-.’o i I si; ,iwr.M 274. -d hi. ini i-:. -.. dni-f f beuiatefo ■

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 507, 2 December 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 507, 2 December 1881