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LAND AND OTHER PROPERTIES. Previous to the usual horse sale, I offered suburban allotments, rural land, and Tinwald town sections. Lot 183, containing 10 acres, fronting Winter's road, Allenton, brought £31 per acre. Biddings Hot reaching owner's limit, the other lots were passed m; but, from.: inqniries made, several of ( tile properties!; will Very 'likely 1 W hciM privately. Since! my last report, I have sold by auction and I privately * lots 16 aiid 19, each containing 1 a quarter acre, Beach road and Church I street, Hampstead, £33 the two; T.S. | 103," quarter acre, corner or; Agnes and 1 Thompson.streets, Tiriwald, 1' I*6 ; lot 10, § containing 41 acres, 29 perches, near I Wheatstone, Longbeach road district, at I £7 10s i>er. acre; R.S. 20788, 20789, f 21615, and others,' containing'2?s7 acres, j near Winslow, for £1000,; jßjjsj. 17767, containing 18 acres, SfJringburn, Alford Pore«t Surrey district, «afe £6/ per acre ; 75 acres, part of R.S. 22468, Wakanui plains land, at £3 16^ per acre ; an eighth of an acre, Park street, part of T.S. 609, with cottage £14$ 10s; T.S. 207, containing a quarter acre, Havelock street Wesf, £78;j,,'T.S. 738, quarter acre, Wills street, £21; T.5.^37, quarter acre, Moore 'Street, with buildings thereon, £85.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2455, 1 July 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2455, 1 July 1890