Poyntz and Go* W ALTER A. WOOD’ TWINE' ■. ■/ / -|, jr Binder & Harvest^fc sft. 6in. and 6ft. 6in. Out. ;+■;} Eight of the world s hfghesfc pneeftr were awarded to W. A. Wood’s Harvests ng Machine. , . fnii! Special First at the MelbourneExhiblK tion. The competitors of the A* W<Md,ffa being dissatisfied with their defeat at th®, trial, appealed to the Commissioners of the Exhibition for another; trjaL c > being granted, a second trial was 'beld oV December 23 last, at Australia, when their Machine was again victorious, competing against the McCormick, Osborne, and Deering Twine Binders. poyntz & ca,; r!,o Agents.,nq M: draw special attention to their re vised list of properties, viz., lot FARMS r> 300 acres, close to Wakanui creek, well improved, part in crop, balance, in English grass. * *;! 397 acres, R.S. 26616 and 26655; watered and close to the Railway,,’ Station, ’ '“ J 632 acres, R.S. 27192, 27194; partln wheat, balance in tussocks. 117 acres, Wakanui, R. S. 28239; to be sold on very reasonable terms.. 77 78£ acres, Wakanui creek ; suitable for »- dairy farm. 479 acres, R.S. 34036, and others all native. I 564 acres, R. S. 27493 and 27494, capital sheep farm good improvements. 250 acres, R.S. 28111, 28112, partly jn crop. • • 1 ; ■ ; 360 acres, at Waterton, all in crop,: . 1; / < :Sia .■ -■•■ihf ;ni 1200 acres, R S. 25413, and other splendid sheep farms; exceptionally godd improvements. 220 acres, R.S. 32367 and 32366, in native :>uH A-A A7i-s.ii TOWN SECTIONS; ' ■ yyy.i-u: iA T.S. 118, 119, near Messrs Cunningfaamle grain store. > . 7 ;1 ') ~ ’ - ... . ( ... I T.S. 465, 466, 467, Tancred street. : ■ : :a T.S. 1011, 1012, 1013, Cox and; Walkjit streets. •' '- 1 Ai, ■A i. A U-AAil'* T.S. 822, 828, 818, 689, 675, 518, Sl6A?’ T.S. 742, 743. -Am !/<»> HOUSE PROPERTIES : y '7. A seven-roomed, overlooking the Domain within two minutes walk of.'thia centre of the town and Railway Station, well fenced, and tastefully laid out. A four-roomed house in Burnett street. / A five-roomed house in Tancred street.r.;Two well-built four-roomed houses ,in Peter street. .v. SUBURBAN PROPERTIES: 3 acres of land, in Walsh’s paddock, ' fenced. ; A ‘"d* Several sections on the Alford road, suitable for building sites. A ten-roomed house, with two acres. land, having long frontage,! onthou I Wakanui road. . , : . A ' nous .ill -joa Two four-roomed houses, on East Town . . Belt. - f A . ’ , o<f A five-roombd house on back Eastißelt.- n 7 A good four-roomed house near th©’Gtiß vr Works. “ !92 y.-.rc 01 POYNTZ & CO. Agents, - 77 T Ashburton. jl O R SAL E..y Two good Second-hand SAMUELSON REAPERS. POYNTZ & CO. JV O R S A L ; E : .,. ; A Strong WAGON, suitable for grain carting. POYNTZ & CO. O R S E . k 9-tined Colman’s Patent CULTIVA-|" R, in good order. , ~ POYNTZ & CO. For s a l 35 . Two second-hand McCormick’s Reapers ; and Binders, . A ‘ also, ■■ 1 ‘ One Deering Twine Reaper and Binder.' 1 POYNTZ & CO. : o N A E . Andrews and Beaven’s Straw Elevtaors 7 with patent tines, from L 65 up-_ wards, capable of delivering to s . height of 24£t. ~, ~ POYNTZ & CO. ITIHE UNDERSIGNED have the sum o£ -k- £3,000 to invest on freehold security in sums to suit borrowers, at current rates of interest ■ Poyntz and Co. > 1 lvß t AGENTS ‘u,A A 7;;,:, 'A 1 '! 1 ASHBUR ON
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 544, 26 January 1882
Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 544, 26 January 1882
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