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H. Matson and Co. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. FRIDAY, i2TH MAY, 1882. ESSRS H. MATSON & CO., in conjunction with the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, have received instructions from Messrs Grigg and Russell, in consequence of the Dissolution of Partnership, to Sell by Public Auction, At the Land Room CANTEBRURY WOOL STORES, Casho street ON FRIDAY, X2TH MAY, 1882, At 12 o’clock noon, 6,600 AOE E s Of the Celebrated Longbeach Estate, Comprising— The whole of that portion known as the ASHBURTON TERRACE, And various other Lands on the Estate, Subdivided into the following CHOICE FARMS. ASHBURTON TERRACE. All of the ASHBURTON TERRACE LAND, except 640 ACRES And the fallow, has been'in English grass from 2 to 4 years.

700 A 0 R E s In Turnips or fallow'readyjfor wheat. Every paddock is supplied with water by natural creeks and watercouisea. This really Valuable Portion of the LONGBEACH ESTATE Is situa'. i/.thin two miles of the Tinwald Railway Station, and SURROUNDS THE TOWNSHIP OF WHEATSTONE. The Ashburton Ten ace Land is admitted to be the BEST CROPPING SOIL in the whole of the Ashburton District. Each Farm is separately fenced, except a few of the smaller blocks, which are comprised in one paddock. THE iSITEj FOR THE ASHBURTON BUTTER AND CHEESE COMPANY, LIMITED, IS SITUATED AT FLEMINGTON, ON THE LONGBEACH ESTATE ; SAY, FROM HALF-A-MILE TO TWO [MILES DISTANT ONLY FROM ANY OF THE FARMS. Also, The Dromore Fami 27191, 27193, and part 27192, Comprising— • ACRE S , FENCED AND IMPROVED. Terms will be made to suit all classes o Buyers— A SMA Ll/ DEPOSIT, And the balance at low’ratce. Full particulars can be obtained upon application to THE NEW ZEALAND L. &M AGENCY COMPANY, Dunedin, Oamaru, Timaru, Invercargill, and Christchurch ; Or n. MATSON & CO., Canterbury Stores, Christchurch. A daily coach runs fi om Ashburton to Longhead), which will enable intending purchasers to reach the Homo station, where Mr Grigg will provide horses, and arrange to have the various Farms pointed , out. 165 d

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 629, 6 May 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 629, 6 May 1882

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