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AH DREW OH R'S Teudur is nooeptei for thie Splendid Stook of exoolien Boots at a littie over half prico. SALE COMMENCES THUBSDAy, 25th JQLY la my Premises, Next Uoion Bank. Greatest Bargains EVttR SEEN IN ASHBDRTON, ANDREW ORR GE EAT BANKRUPfP C< AL T7 ankeup! oalJI or -BOOTS.---£1322 17s 2d. LIGHTBAND, ALLAN & CO.'S STOCK. ZEiLANDIA STOJRE, ASH BURTON IMPORTANT SALE or GRAZING anb AQRIOOLTUfiAL LAND * RAKAIA, HINDB, AND RANMTATA. MR T. BULLOOK (m oonjanotion With MttftßS LAKB ADD KvANB, Agents for the Various Owners) will offer for Sale BY PUBLIC AUCTION At ABHBURTON on SATURDAY, 3rd AUUUST, it 2 p.m Tbe following Properties ALL IN TUStOOK vix — RANGIfATA, 1 QAQ ACRES, Ring fenoed, and J.OOO Jet to a good tenant for grazmg (popsee-ion at 6 weeks' notioe) b ing R.S's 30810, 30811, 30812. and 30813, situate about 6 miles from Kallng btation on the North bank of the Rangitata. 11 I N D 8 . •i A f\O AORBS, partly fenoed, let X^fcV/O for grnzing (eubjoot to possession at ahort notoo) being R.B.s 30601 and 30899, about 3 miles from Hinds Station and adjoining MrOhianaU'a Far cd. B A kTt A . -i AQQ ACRES, partly fenoed, IVOO formerly part of tho wellknown ' AOTON ' RUN, let for grazing (posioßsion at one month's notioe) being RB.'i 31757, 31758, and 31769, situate between Dobbin's Ford and tbe Beaoh, and next the Properties of Messrs Osborne, Uarruthers, Baxter, Harrison, Doolan, eto , etc. If not sold as a whole, this Block will probably be offered m 3 LOTS. An all of the above Biooke are m the native tussock, and have been aheep fed for many years, o ther of them offers an opportunity to any man going m for either grazing tnroip-growing or oropping not to be neglected. Very low reserves and not f anoy prioei will be placed on these Properties, which are being offered nova la order to settle accounts m the several Blocks, thongh the outlook for land of this olass is steadily improving every month, and Its intrinsic value for Sheep f ormiog it to-day greater by far than ever before. Terms at Bale. A small deposit only will bo reqaired. Interest on Balanoe, 6 per coat. Plans and further particulars from LAKE & EVANS, Land Agents, Ohristohuroh. Or Me T. BULLOOK, Auctioneer, 7f106 Aehburton SATURDAY _&UGUST lOfh OROPI ESTATE, WEBTERFIELD. CONTAINING 1196 aa be s H96 To bo sold as a whole or divide! into Several Farms. MR T. BULLOOK has reoelved Instructions from tbe PbopbietjUs to sell by Public Auction at tbe Arcade on SATURDAY, AUGUST 10th At 12 15. OROPI ESTATE, Containing m »U 1196 Acres 0 rood 20 perobes, situated In tbe Westerfield Survey Dlstrlot, abont 9 milai from the Tinwald Railway Bt«tlon. The Homestead Is only about 40 Obftlna from the Weaterfield Rail way Station on the Mount Somera line. This blook contains 219 sores 2 roods 22 petohes, divided Into several paddooks with well gtown live fenoea. The land Is of firat'oiaas quality, and one of the e»rlieat eeleotlona of the oelobrated Weaterfield Estate. There Is a well-built Dwelling House of 9 rooms, surrounded by pUnUtlona, alao Stable and Woolehed. Aboat 411^ aorea fronting the Wcste>6pld Road mid running baok to the Aehburtoo River, partly feuced and divided Into paddooka, a portion of this Is first-olass land, also a very early selection. The part fronting on the River Is very Good Gracing Land. This blook, If not told as a whole, will be divided Into several allotments, 406 ACRES IBOOD 36PER0HES Oloae to tbe W«atorfield Railway Station, being RS. 28494, 28514, fenoed and cultivated, and now m English grasses with extensive bluegum plantation*, RS 29220, 33013, containing 160a lr 26p alao fenoed and mostly m English grasses, fronting Government Road leading to WeaUrfield Railway Station. RB, 81928 8 sorer, Weatei field Survey Dlatrlot, A large portion of this estate was a very early selection, the pick of Weaterfiold district, having been selected and purchased by the late Charles Reed. Intending purchasers are reapeolfuUy invited to inapeot this property. Exceptionally liberal terms of payment. Full particulars on application. 8»1» it 12.15, T, BULLOOK, 7flOo ' AwtloßM* v v i.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2177, 19 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2177, 19 July 1889

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