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J. T. Ford and Co. JT. FORD & CO. have received in- , structions from the Trustees in the late Sir Cracroft Wilson’s Estate to Sell by Public Auction, at FRIEDLANDER BROS.’ SALEROOMS, 3 ON THURSDAY, The 15th day of December, at 1 o’clock sharp, 58 ALL THAT VALUABLE Freehold Property Situated on the south bank of the river Hinds, and comprising about 1 QKQ ACRES of FREE- "I JL,OOO HOLD LAND J-,OeJO Also, THE GOODWILL OF QQr7 ACRES LEASEHOLD OOrr 001 (Education Reserve.) I All securely fenced and divided into paddocks, and in a high state of cultivation. To be sold in Farms as follows : FARM No. 1 comprises la. 2r. 18p., sown with oats; grass laid down with crop ; adjoins the Township of Mayfield. FARM No. 2 comprises 490 acres of thereabouts ; 280 acres wheat, 180 ploughed and in turnips, 30 acres native grass. FARM No. 3 comprises 410 acres or thereabouts ; 350 acres wheat, 60 native grass ; permanent water. FARM No. 4—The Homestead Block, comprises about 342 a. 2r., of which about 250 acres are sown with oats and grass, laid down with crop; balance in English grass. The Buildings comprise four-roomed cottage, men’s house of four rooms, sixteen stall stable, with grain store and harness room ; smithy, stock and sheep yards, good well of water, with pump. FARM No. 5.—156 a. 2r. All in English grass. Adjoins the reserve. FARM No. 6. —373 a. Educational Reserve No. 1551, having about 11 years to run. Rental: Balance of first seven years, 5s 6d per acre ; second seven years, 7s 6d per acre. 250 acres or thereabouts in wheat; balance in native grass. FARM No. 7.—About 227 acres, all in English grass, with a good well of water, pump attached. FARM No. 8. —33 acres, laid down with grass. Permanent water. FARM No. 9.—94 acres, laid down with grass. Fenced. Permanent water. FARM No. 10.—55 a. 3r. Native grass land. Partly fenced. This valuable Estate has been divided j into Farms as above in order to suit all . classes of purchasers. Each Farm will have frontage on wellmade roads, and are within easy distance . of the railways, as the Main South line will serve the lower Farms, and the upper Farms will be within easy distance of the Tinwald-Mount Somers line, nowin j course of completion. The terms of payment will be made easy, and will bo published on lithographed plans to be issued at once. A conveyance will meet the Express train at Ashburton every Monday and 3 Thursday, on arrival from Christchurch, returning to Ashburton at 5.30 p.m. In- J tending purchasers wishing to make a thorough inspection of the Properties offered will find reasonable accommodation at the Hinds homestead. Mr Archibald McColl, manager of the - Rangitata Station will be at the Hinds homestead on Dec. Ist, and each alternate Monday and Thursday, to meet intending purchasers, and show them over the es- , tate. j 1 For further particulars, apply to ] J. T. FORD & CO., Cashel street, Christchurch, And Strathallan street, Timaru ; Or the ' MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS., Ashburton. Particulars of Live and Dead Stock to follow Sale of the Land in future advertisement. J. T. FORD & CO., 223 d Auctioneers. TO STOCK OWNERS, FARMERS, AND OTHERS, IN THE COUNTY OF ASHBURTON. We beg to announce that we have COMMENCED BUSINESS AT ASHBURTON, AS AUCTIONEERS & COMMERCIAL AGENTS, For the Sale of STATIONS, FARMS, LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, PRODUCE, &c. We have arranged with Messrs FRIEDLANDER Bros. to receive entries, and to make arrangements for sales on our account in the Ashburton District. Our experience in all classes of Farm 1 and Station Properties, Stock, Produce, ■ &c. , and our intimate knowledge of the I markets in the chief centres of Now , Zealand, combined with the close acquaintance with the requirements of the - district of Messrs Freidlander Bros., who will carrv out the arrangements for sales, is a guarantee that the business entrusted to our care will he ■well and promptly ■ attended to. 1 J. T. Ford and Co., auctioneers, Christchurch, Timaru, and Ashburton. I TTTITH reference to the above, our W name is a sufficient guarantee that a any business entrusted to our care will * receive every possible attention. FRIEDLANDER BROS., Merchants. May 93, 1881. 880 a Barristers, Solicitors, & Branson & Purnell, O ARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS EAST STREET, 46a C. W. Ireland, AND SOLICITOR, gARRISTER Saunders’ Buildings, Ashburton.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 508, 14 December 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 508, 14 December 1881

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