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Poyntz and Poyntz <S Land estate, a: AGENTS EAST ST Ashbdbtoj OR SALE or TO LEI House, lately in th Mr Hodder, well built finished ; together with ei of land, all well fenced, grass. Surrounding the quarters of an acre of ga laid out and planted wit The property fronts the on the North-west Belt, a venient position for a g« denoe. POTi For sale or to le' roomed House, wit land, on the Wakanui easy distance of the c town. Attached to th< well and tastefully laid planted with choice shrubs PQY mO LET—A good six-r I close to the Domain Station. POY mO LET. Two large a; i well-appointed four-r< fronting the East Town Bel POYI LET.—A large Shop house combined, close vay Station. POYI mO LET.—A three-roomi JL Burnett street, POYI

POYNTZ & CO. EOR SALE.—I Acre in Mayo’s Paddock, close to Wakanui road ; fenced and planted. POYNTZ & CO. IT' OR SALE.—I Acre on Wakanui road ; fenced and laid out; suitable for a building site for private resi dence. POYNTZ & CO. FOR SALE.—An unimproved farm 01 862 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 16,000 gallons. POYNTZ & 00. FOR SALE.—R.S. 27429, containing 118£ acres of unimproved land in the Ashburton district. POYNTZ & CO. OR SALE.— R.S, 34036, 34037, 34038, 34039, containing 480 acres of unimproved land at the Rakaia North. POYNTZ & CO FOR SALE.—R.S. 27192, 27194, contaming 532 acres, well-fenced, and broken up, about six miles from Ashburton. POYNTZ & CO. FOR SALE.—A farm of 143 i acres, being R.S. 21013 and 21246, 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 Walcrion district. POYNTZ & CO. 17UJR SALK, A farm of 250 acres, about 3i miles from Minds Railway Station, being R.S. 23192, 28193, with dwelling-house and stables. POYNTZ & CO. fJVJ LET on lease, with - purchasing JL clause, a farm of 127 acres, on the Wakanui creek, well-fenced, and in English grass. POYNTZ & CO. FOR SALE.—397 Acres; fenced and subdivided into seven paddocks ; 60 acres in English grass. The improvements consist of a good five-roomed House, six stall Stable, concrete Tank, capable of holding 6,000 gallons. POYNTZ & CO. F OR SALE.—A block of 937 Acres in the Seafiold district. POYNTZ Sc CO. FOR SALE. — One eight-horse power ENGINE, by Clayton and Shuttleworth. POYNTZ <fe CO. MONEY. The fallowing sums for investment at lowest current rates': £2,000, £BOO, £OOO. POYNTZ & CO. \\7 E shall be prerured to receive VI 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. HAXTON & BEATTIE’S PATENT FLEXIBLE HARROWS ON SALE, which are giving universal satis* faction, vide Testimonials : “ To Messrs Poyntz and Co., Ashburton : Sirs, —The 21ft Flexible Harrows ][ had from you please me very much. They are the best llairows I ever used. Ja rough ground especially they show themselves to advantage.—ll. W. Parsons, Seafiold. “Messrs Poyntz and Co.; Having harrowed I.SOO acres of land, both rough and smooth, this season with a set of Haxton 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-Croskbkie, Mayfield." “To Messrs Poyntz and Co., Ashburton ; Sirs, —In reference to Haxton an Beattie’s Patent Flexible Harrows, think them by far the best harrows I eve used in all sorts of ground, both rough an smooth, and they answer ea well as ehai harrows.—George Richard, Orari:” POYNTZ & CQ

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 696, 24 July 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 696, 24 July 1882

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