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Wright, Ftephenson & Col Saleofftosi. Flat Rstatc, Otago, New Zealand. 64,786 Acres Freehold land. Subdivided Into Farms. Exceptionally Easy Terms. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON & CO. have received instructions from the Proprietors of the Moa Flat Estate to Sell by "private treaty the Whole of thfi Property, subdivided into suitable-sized Farms. Moa Flat is a magnificent block of Country, at present carrying upwardb of seventy thousand crossbred sheep and a thousand head of cattle, and a finer, healthier lot of stock is not to b<* found m New Zealand. It is all splended lambing ground, being warm, dry and well sheltered. About fifteen thousand acres have been cultivated, and the bulk of the remainder is well suited for cultivation. English grass, turnips, wheat, and oats grow to perfection, and the Property contains a large area of the finest fruit I growing land m the Colony. Prices for the purely pastoral country range from 20s to 40s per acre, and for the mixed pastoral and agricultural land, from J63 to .£7 per acre. Buyers of the land will be given an opportunity ef acquiring some of the cheep on the property at reasonable rates and without public competition, and they will thus have paying going concerns from the outset. The Edievale Railway Station is within three miles of the Property. TERMS—Fifteen per cent, cash, 5 per cent, m one year, 5 par cent, m two years, 5 per cent, m three years, nnd the balance m five years from the date of purchase; interest on unpaid balances at 5 per cent, per annum. Plan?, Prices, and full pirticulars on application to — WRIGHT, STEPHENSON & CO., Dunedin, Invercargiil, Gore, 230 or Kelso. Wanted, WANTED-An Office Boy.-Apply Guardian office. WANTED Known—Your Photo one shilling per Dozen m three positions ; Studio at Commercial Hotel. For limited time only. 4 354 mIN WA L D Dancing Class ~ Weekly JL Assembly To night, (Tuesday, April 25th.) Gents Is.— I). Sutherland. 4 355 FATHER Hays' Lecture—Tickets, one shilling each, may be obtained from 11. M. Jones and A. T. H. Williams, booksel.ers. 4, 365 LOST, on Tuesday, from Lyndhurst—A 3-year-old Bay Mare ; white on hind foot and front foot. Has cover on. Reward on returning to J. A. Stephens, Storekeeper, Lyndhurst. 4 338 LOST — Poodle Pup, from Edwin Thomas's, opposite Canterbury Mills. Finder on ieturning will be rewarded. __ 4 361 FULL Particulars regarding "Ford Motor Cars " may be had upon application to Mb G. Porter, care Box 48, Ashburton. 4 360 E FATHER HAYS* LECTURE To--1 morrow Night (WEDNESDAY), at Oddfellows' Hall. Doors open at 7 p.m. Saats reserved for Ticket holders until 7.30. Chair to bo taken at 8 o'clock by -C. J, Harper, Esq, Chairman of the County Council. Tickets, One Shilling. r 3 346 Dr Watson, Tabernacle, May 7. "TAPAN, the Eastern Wonderland, by 9J Angus; RUSSIA, the Land of the Great White Czar, The Man from Snowy River, Rio Grandee Last Race, In the Days When the World was Wide, Verses, Popular and Humorous (Lawson), H. M. JONES, Booksellei and Stationer. WANTED, mHBEE or FOUR BOARDERS ; ComJL fortable Home. Cheap Fruit, Confectionery, and Vegetables kept. Mrs James, Near the Commercial. WELDON'S " Home Dressmaker " and " Home Milliner" just arrived. Also April No. of " Life," and March No. of " Pearson's " and " Munsey " Magazines. New stock of sixpenny editions by the leading authors, at Chas. Thomas's Bookshop, East Street, Ashburton. WANTED— Ploughmen, Rouseabouts for farm work; Youths to learn ploughing ; good plain Cook £pr hotel, no washing, 17s a week; Housekeeper, 15s a week. — Chas. Thomas, Stationer, Fancy Goods Vendor, and Labour Agent, East Street, Ashburton. HVTECKLETS & Pendants m Metal, Gold ±1 Filled, and Gold. Finest Selection m Ashburton from Is 6d to £2.— Frank Curtis. OQ-j f\B GENT'S Eadie Star; just 3Qt/ 11/ been thoroughly overhauled, and new tyres, new chain, and new Brook's saddle fitted; splendid maohine for tall rider. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot JUST ARRIVED-New Season's Blankets, Rugs, Flannels, Curtains, Quilts, Towels, Hosiery, etc.; all marked at finest ready money prices.—E. Gibbakd, Tancred Street, opposite Aroade. r?O ""Gent's " Premier," m pe/fect g& t7« order ; just been re-enamelled and plated ; guaranteed m perfect order. I Inspect at Johnston' Cycle Depot, Burnett Street, Ashburton. O| Q — Lady's Rudge-Whitworth c^/1 £i • bicycle, fitted with free wheel beautiful running .machine; 12 months guarantee. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton. 1 X SECOND-HAND Bicycles at prices JL O never before heard of m Ashburton. Come and soe for yoursolf. — Johnston's Cycle Deoofc, Burnett Street, Aahhurton. jTv^v GENT'S Columbia,as good as new, V* \jf cost .£26. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton. — LADIES' f'erling Bicycle; a dO *J Beautiful Machine, m perfect Order. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton. iTd*** — MAssLY-IHRRI-s, m per fee oWO* ordtjr, ctt«h or terms. Ins; ect at Johnston's! Cycle Depo', Abhburtou. ,A DMIKAL ijiuo innk-.-s lr b s White HAVE STOOD A PUBUCtUtI Mount Hutt Eoad BoardT" THE Annual Meeting of Ratepayers will be held m the Road Board Office, Methven, on MONDAY, May 12th, at 12.15 p.m. G. H. ALINGTON, 4 363 Clerk. "A^MIRAr/'BHeThqliolsinßiuoi

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6553, 25 April 1905

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