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IMPORTANT SALE OF GRAZING and AGRICULTURAL c LAND R^KAIA, HIND, AND BAN UTATA. MR T. BUbLOCK (m conjunction with Messrs Lake and Kvans, vgentu lor the vurious Uwners) will offer .' for Sale I BY PUBLIC AUOTION | At Ay H BURTON oa i SATURDAY, 3-<D AUGUST, it 2 p. in The foL owing l'ropenios ALL IN TUSOOK, viz . — RANGrITATA. 1 Q^iQ ACRES, Ring fenced, and JL OO O let to a good tonant for grhz ug (possession at 6 weeks' notice) bnuig R.S's 30810, 30811, 30812, and 3081 d, situate about 6 miles from Baling citation on the North bank of the Bangit*ta. , HINDS, f yj AQ AORQd, paitly fenced, let J_\lfc\-JO for graziag (eutjoct to possession at short not co) being R.B.'b 3060 1 and 30899, about 3 miles from Binds Station and adjoining Mr Ohlsuall'e Firm, B A K"T I A . -j AQQ AORPS, partly fenoed, , JL \J O O fot merly part of the well known • AUTON * RUN, let for grazing ( possession st one month's notice) being h - .'» 31757, 31768, and 31759, situate betwen Dobbin ■ Ford and tbe Beaoh aud ncx the Proper dee o f Measrs Oaborne, CVruthcra, Baxter, Harrison, Doolab, -itc ,cto. Jf tot sold as a whole, this Blook will probably be offered m 3 LOTH. Aa all of the above Blocks are m the native tussock, and have betn sheep-fad for miny years, c tber of them < ffers an opportunity to any man going m for anber graz'ng turuip-g rowing or cropping not ■ he neglected. Very low reserves and not f*noy priov will be placed on these Properties, which are being offered now m order to settle accounts m the sevura Biocks : though 1 tbe outlo k for lan i <<f this olaes is ateadily improving every month, and its intiineio value for Hbeop formi g ia to-day gnater by far thin ever before. Terms at Sale. A small deposit only will b require). Interest on Balance, 6 vet coot. i P aua and forth r particulars frcm LAKE & EVmNS, Land Agents, Chrffltchutoh. Or T. BUI. LOOK. Auctioneer, ; 7t106 Aah burton S ITORDAY _AUGOST loth OROPI ESTATE, WI'STEBFIELD. CONTAINING 1196 ACEES H96 To bo told »s a whole or divided Into Several Farms. MB T. BULLOOK has received loatraotlona frrm the PfiOFßiKTolts to sell by Pobllo Auction at the Aroade on BAXURDAY, AUGUST 10th At 12 15. OROPI ES PATE, Containing m »11 1196 Aorea 0 rood; ?0 perches, s'to»t d m the W.-itcr-field Survey Dial riot, »bout 9 miUi from tbe Tinwald Rnlivay B^tion, The Homuitead Is only »bout 40 Obalnt from tbe Weslotfield Railway Station on the Mount Somers line. Thli block contains 219 Acres 2Eoods 22Perches Divided into sevorml paddocks with well grown live fences. The land Is of firat-olass qnsllty, and one of the earliest ■a eitlona ot tbe calibrated Weatetfield Estate. Tbore is a well-built DnrelllDg House of 0 rooms, surrounded by plantations, alto Stable and Woolahed and other bulldiogs. 411 Acres 2Koods 17Sbrches Fronting tbe Wentei field Ro»d aod tunning bsok to the Ashburton River, paitly fenced and divided into paddocks, a portion of this is firat-olaas lanH, also a very early selection. The part fronting on tbe River Is very Good Grtzlog Land. This block, If not told as a whole, will be divided Into several allotments, 406 Acres IBood 86Perches Close to tbe Weaterfieid Railway Station, being R S. 28494, 28514, »od 35008 fenot d and oultivated, and no w*ln English graaiei wl»h extenMve bluegum plantations, R.S 29220, 33013, containing 150 ACRES lEOOD 25PEROHE6 also fenoed and moaily m Engltah grasses, fronting Government Road loading tc Weattrfield Railway Station. ES, 31925 8 Aores 8 Wester field Survey District, A large portion of this estate was a verj early selection, the pick of WetteifioU district, having been selected aud pur chased from tbe Crown by tbe late Oharle Reed. Intending purchiflers are renpectfaUj invited to inspect this property. Excep tionally liberal terms of payment. Fal particulars on application Sale at 12.15. T. BULLOOK, 7+105 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 27th JULX AT EAST STREET HORSE BAZ&AI At 1 o'olook. WILLIAMS and BLAND have reodv< instructions to sell by Pnblio Au< tlon at tbe above lime and place, — 3 Upstanding COLTS unbroken, fit f Catrlaga Hones. 1 Five- year-old MABE, good m Sadd and Harness, -I Boy'i PONY. A Unbroken OOLTS and FILLIES. rVILLIAMS & BLAND, Ttl43 Anctloirers. Excelsior Coach Factor; AND SBOFING POJIGE BURNETT STREET, [Next "Mail" Offiob.] W. H. PAGET Sg. public m general that Le Is continuing t COAUH BUILDING aad WfIEEJ WRIGHT bu^ineas at the above addrei and trustß by strict attention and modern rates to still retain the support of 1 friends aud the publio bs m the ppet.a c t. Traps made and repaired, bought, ac or exohanged HOJtSfi SQQEINQ*A SP£OIALTY.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2183, 26 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2183, 26 July 1889

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