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Poyntz and Co. Poyntz & Co., Land estate, and general AGENTS EAST STREET’ ASHBUIITON FOR SALE or TO LET—An 8-roomed House, lately in the occupation of Mr Hodder, well built and thoroughly finished ; together with eight or ten acre* of land, all well fenced, and in English grass. Surrounding the house is three* quarters of an acre of garden, tastefully laid out and planted with choice trees. The property fronts the Public Domain on the North-west Belt, and is in a cor.» venient position for a gentleman’s reaij aence. POYNTZ & 00, 17I0R SALE or TO LET—A thirteen* . roomed House, with one acre of land, on the Wakanui road, within easy distance of ihe centre of the town. Attached to the house is a well and tastefully laid out garden planted with choice shrubs and flowers. POYNTZ & CO, / 110 LET—A good six-roomed House, X’ close to the Domain and Railway Station. POYNTZ & 00. mO LET. —Two large and thoroughly i well-appointed four-roomed Houser, fronting the East Town Belt. POYNTZ & CO. mo LET.—A large Shop and DwellingX house combined, close to the Rail* way Station. POYNTZ & CO. TO LET. — A three-roomed HOUSE in Burnett street. POYNTZ & 00. mo LET.—A five-roomed House in I Burnett street. POYNTZ & CO. TP\O LET.—A four-roomed House at i. back of East Belt.

POYNTZ & CO. TTIOR SALE.—A bloek of five Cottages, on East Belt ; all let to respectable tenants. POYNTZ & CO. POR SALE.—A two-roomed House, on |-acre of land, near Mr Shearman’s new residence. POYNTZ & CO. For sal e. T. S. 858, 879, Grey street. ~ 118, 119, Moore street. ~ 1011, 1012, 1013, Cox street West. „ 822, 828, 818, 689, 675, 318. 316, 781, 810, 820, and 504 POYNTZ & CO. TAOR SALE.—2| acres in Walsh’s padT dock. POYNTZ & CO. FOR SALE.—I Acre in Mayo’s Paddock, close to Wakanui road ; fenced and planted. POYNTZ & CO. IjlOR SALE.—I Acre on Wakanui . road ; fenced and laid out; suitable for a building site for private residence. POYNTZ & CO. pOR SALE.—An unimproved farm ol JL 862 acres, being R. S. 26664, 27277; well fenced and broken up ; 400 acres in English grass ; a five-roomed house, eightstall stable, and outbuildings ; a concrete tank capable of holding 16,060 gallons. POYNTZ & CO. FOR SALE.—R.S. 27429, containing 118£ acres of unimproved land in the Ashburton district. POYNTZ & CO. FOR SALE.—R.S. 34036, 34037, 34038, 34039, containing 480 acres of unimproved land at the Rakaia North, POYNTZ & CO. POR SALE.—R.S. 27192, 27194, conI? taining 532 acres, well-fenced, and broken up, about six miles from Ashburton.

POYNTZ & CO. FOR SALE.—A farm of 143 A acres, being R.S. 21013 and 21245, about two miles from Tinwald. well-fenced, and sub-divided into five paddocks, laid down to permanent pasture; a good fourroomed house, stables, and necessary outbuildings. POYNTZ & CO. FOR SALE.—A farm of about 350 acres, all sub-divided and highly improved, in the Waterion district. POYNTZ & CO. "jpOH SAL!'. - A faim of 250 acres, about JL 1 n.ilt« fi f iii (tiiids Railway Station, being R.S. 281 S-2, 28193, with dwelling-hi use end stables. POYNTZ A CO. mu LET on lease, with purchasing 1_ clause, a farm of 127 acres, on the Wakanui creek, well-fenced, and in Eng lish grass. POYNTZ & 00. FOR SALE.— 397 Acres ; fenced and subdivided into seven paddocks ; CO acres in English grass. The improvements consist of a good five-roomed Bouse, six stall Stable, concrete Tank, capable of holding 6,000 gallons. POYNTZ & CO. 17>OR SALE.—A block of 937 Acres in J the Seafield district. POYNTZ & CO. SALE.—One eight-horse t' IKGINE, by Clayton and tlovvorth. POYNTZ & CO. power ShutM' investment at lowest current rates: £2,0C0, £SCO, £6OO. POYNTZ & CO. W 7 E shall be prepared to receive VV orders for ANGLO-AMERICAN DRILLS, which are so highly appreciated by the farming community in the district, this season up to August 11. POYNTZ & CO. AXTON & BEATTIE’S PATENT FLEXIBLE HARROWS ON SALE, which are giving universal satisfaction, vide Testimonials : “ To Messrs Poyntz and Co., Ashburton ; Sirs, —The 21ft Flexible Harrows I had from you phase me very much. They are the best Bairows I ever used. la rough ground especially they show themselves to advantage.— Lf. \V. Parsons, Seafield.” “Messrs Pi.yntz and Co.: Having harrowed 1.800 acres of land, both rough and smooth, this season with a set of Ilaxb n and Beattie’s Flexible Harrows, I have no hesitation in saying they are the best kind of Harrows I ever used. They clear themselves well in rough land, and I can confidently recommend them to farmers. — Francis Cass, Seafield.” “To Messrs Poyntz and Co., Ashburton : Sirs, —The Haxton and Beattie Patent Flexible Harrows are all that could be desired for our rough ground.— James Ckoskerie, Mayfield.” “ To Messrs Poyntz and Co., Ashburton : Sirs, —In reference to Haxton and Beattie’s Patent Flexible Harrows, I think them by far the best harrows I ever used in sll sorts of ground, both rough and smooth, and they answer as well as ehnig harrows.— George Richard, Oiari.” POYNTZ & CO.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 687, 13 July 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 687, 13 July 1882

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