Poyntz and Co. W A L TM ; ,Au>.aS WOOD’S TWINE Binder & HarVes£fcr sft 6in and 6ft 6in Cat. , .■ ! / ■■ '•? ■ ? ' r /-11 Eight of the world’s "highest prizes were awarded,to An Wood’s Harvesting Machine.' ' ’ * 1 Special First at the Melbourne Exhibition. The competitors of the “ Wood," being dissatisfied with their defeat at the trial, appealed to the Conjmipiojipyß of the Exhibition for another T^is being granted, a second trial was ;ljelsb/on December 23 last, at Rochester, A ustcalia, when their Machine was again victorious, competing against the McOc rmick,(Osborne, and Deering Twine Binders. A FIELD TRIAL of W. A..food’s Machine will bj held NEAR . ASHB.ITJITON early next month. POYNTZ & CO., Agents,, P O R L T t A Second-hand " Clayton and Shuttleworth COMBINE; Only wrought' two seasons. In good order. : -sft tfin draw POYNTZ - & CO.'THE Undersigned are how 1 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, vide Testimonials:— ‘To Messrs Poyntz'and Co., Ashburton :• Sirs, —The 21ft Flexible HarajwK I had from you please me very: mucin They are the best Harrows I-ever used, -An rough ground especially they show ,themselves to ad vantage, i—-IL W." Parsons, Seafield.” -.f iV/ Messrs Poyntz and. Co.::, Having harrowed 1,800 acres of land,,both, and smooth, this season .witjh, A Haxton and Beattie’s Flexible Harrows, I have no hesitation in 1 saying they are the best kind of harrows I ever used. They clear themselves well in; rough h£|d, and I can confidently recommend ijtifem to farmers.— Francis Cass, Seafield.” “ To Messrs Poyntz and Co. , Ashburton : Sirs,—The Haxton , and - ,Be3)tße Patent Flexible Harrows ; arc; alji, ijhpt could be desired for our > rough. groups James Croskekie, Mayfield. ” m [ To Messrs Poyntz and. Gp. t ton : Sirs,—ln reference to. Beattie’s Patent' Flexible "Barxom^ il( l think them by far- the .best, harrows’! ever used in all sorts of ground, both, rough and smooth, and they answer chain harrows. George Richard, Orari. ” * ■tpoyntz ? *'ooT o N s E. Wood’s and; McCormick’s Binding Wire, Binding Tiyine,. and all Machine Extras. POYNTZ' & CO. P R FT 250 acres of good LAND, well fenced, within 10 miles of , Ashburton ; 150 a eyes in crop, the balance ploughed ready for turnips. POYNTZ & mi P O R S E A- Splendid SHEEP-FARMT 'of F,200 ‘ acres, situated within 12^miles of Ashburton, well fenced,l and divided into 14 paddocks. -The County water-race runs'alongtthe property. . The improvements consist of a well-built -aix-roomed house, six;Btalled sheep yards adapted to working 3,000 sheep. There lare 250. acres in growing wheat, and Ihia ’Js a most desirable ' i jk .I POYNTZ & CO. P O R S A ■ L - E. A splendid Farm of 397 acres, all fenced, arid 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,.an<jUa>«oncrete tank holding 6,000 gallons. The County water runs througlrthß centre of the land. ~f f - ' - Also,! 1 " ■-*- - A Farm of 78 acres, well-fenced apd abundantly watered, ;35 ; acres fin , English graAs, balance in root crops. There is a good house mid I stable on the land,; and ,a, garden-.:wdl stocked with fruit trees. ' POYNTZ * GO, •.}
TOWN PROPE E T IfJ? S. A capital seven-roomed.house,- containing dining-roomj . sitting-ropxp, r ;j )four bedrooms, and. kitchen, f ,wellsituated, close to the centre; pf'the town, and within ,■ two;. .'.ipiipptip’ walk of the Post Office and-Rail-way Station. POYNTZ. & :CO. Jpl O E S' A L E. Several well-built comfortable houses;',of different sizes, :ih ! various parts of the town and suburbs. POYNTZ & CO. jP > O U'' S A L ’ Aquarter of an acre in Coxstreet, on whrch is, erected a substantia} four roomed House. The'land is w&ll - fc’iicdd and laid out and planted with ; choice' 1 trees. ■ - . »-.i ill . (i ‘ POXNT^&,OQ. -pOR SALE ... OR. ; TO.-i LET. A Five-roomed HOUSE, thoroughly \vell- • finished, on •th e I North'EaSt Towu > Belt. This . .is a . ipost desnrable property, being pleasantly situated in one of the healthiest'parts bf ; the town.. The .grounds.’.'&re ;tastefblly laid out, and are planted with r tho choicest shrubs H ahd treks; 7 ''This : - property is now, det to a'ugtood , tenant, and would make. a ( very profitable investment. ' • ‘" POYNTZ &;co. rp-' o : ' ; • ij' ; e ~ t“ Two, three., four, and five roomed houses, within'easy distance of the eentre of the town, ’ i POYNTZ & CO. iH O 1 R•■ 's' ' A !;, ijr aA E. • i mqw H T.S. 60,_ Kermode street, T. B. 742, 743,'Peter street. • V:!I:|,TA T.S. 675, 316, 318,. Haveiqck street. T.S. 118, 110, Moore street west. ~ T.S. 822, 828,''Coxstreet; T.S. 818, Aitken street. T.S. 860, Greystopet. T. S. 689, CameKfn street. T.S. 293. I - .*X T.S. 274. : POYNTZ & CO. ,j i'/iSuma' d£ mveM Kla®J»hnt , rates,;oh Freehold t Se*3VK}ty,, iiiFYom ftjßO jtipvasdlhua fcbuirf lIA .jo bcicrtfiT ! if.-. .‘.Lio/i it;!.POYNTZ & CO,* orf* n ,awtw otK-iofjoJff ,)>nimijsrt oj bnsq noiiaotta
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 509, 5 December 1881
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