N,Z. Farmers' Co-Operative Association ot Canterbury, Ltd, For Sac Uy Public Auction LAND. LAND. WATERTON. 376 ACRES, WE have been favoured with instructions from Mr Jame9 Jamiesoz; to Sell by Public Auction on Saturday, May 6th, 1905, At 1.10 p m., His Splendid Agricultural Farm, with all possible Improvements, Including 376 ACRES, House (9 Tiooma), Men's Hut, Stables, Implement Shed, etc. Good Terms can be arranged. Full Particulars can be obtained from the underdgned. T. F. GTBSON, Manager. | 4 361 H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer. AUCTION MART | West btreet, Ashburton. Saturday, April 89lli. /VUR Weekly Sale will be held as usual eomuioncmg at 11.30. a.m. Poultry Pigs Cattle Horses Implements Potatoes, htc. T. F. Gl3Sotf,'Manager, TT A. LLOYD. Auctioneer. National Mortgage and Agency Company of N Z, Ltd. Aliord Fon'sr-ltam-tf etliYcn 3,280 ACRES. FODR FARMS. SATURDAY, MAY '6thi 1905, At Messrs Friedlander Bros., Limited, Salerooms, West Streat, Ashburton. rTIHE NATrC-NAL MORTGAGE AND X AGENCY COMPANY, LTD., are favoured with instructions from Andrew McFarlane, Esq., of Alford Forest, on account of his retiring from active life, to Sell by Public Auction his valuable Property, situated as above, in the following subdivisions ;— LOT 1. 1173 ACEES, Upon which is erected five-roomed House, stables, etc., aheep dip and yards, subdivided into convenient sized paddocks, well watered by permanent streams, and fronting on good main road, being 5 miles from Methven. LOT 2. 518 ACEES, Upon which is erected stable and sbed ; subdivided and watered by permanent streams. LOT 3. ' 701 ACRES, Subdivided into convenient sized paddocks, and permanently watered. LOT 4. 899 ACEES, Upon which is erected a Dwelling Home, new stable and sbed ; subdivided into convenient sized paddocks, well watered by permanent streams. TERMS—IO per cent, cash, 15 per cent. on December Ist, 1905, balance on May sth, 1908. Interest on unpaid balances 5 per cent., payable half-yearly. The Auctioneers draw special attention to the sale of these properties, as presenting an opportunity to those in search of good grazing farms, of acquiring same. The soil is good, and has the advantage of climate and rainfall, the latter being above the average, the property being within the range of the nor'-west showers. Tbe properties are within easy distance of two of the best markets in Canterbury, viz., Methven and Ashburton, also of tbe Fairfield Freezing Works. There is a school, store, and post office (daily mail) adjacent to the property. Lithograph Plans are now ready. Fuller Particulars on application. Hoar of Sale, 1.30 p.m. G. F. MAETIN, Manager. 4 382 H. S. BOUEN, Auctioneer. Public Notices. Ashburton Trotting 1 ClubAutumn Meeting, May 4, 1905 TWTQMINATIONS close TO-MOEEOW at J3I 9 p.m. OHAS. J. STYCHE, 4 369 Secretary. i Longbeach Road Board. GENBEAL ELECTION. THE following Candidates have been duly Nominated :— For No 2 Ward-ME JAMES BISHOP. For No. 5 Ward-MR JOHN CHAELE3 NATTLE GEIGG. As the number of Candidates nominated does not exceed the number of Members required, I hereby declare Messrs James Bishop and John Charles Nattle Grigg duly Elected Members of the Longbeacti Eoad Board for No. 2 and No. 5 Wards respectively. ALFEED A. FOOKS, Returning Officer. April 26th, 1905. 4 376 Tinwald Parochial District. Bazaar and Sale of Work. IN Aid of the Funds of the above District Will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Tinwald, .-0N... Thursday, May 4th, 1905. Gifts of Produce will be thankfully received by the Vestry, aud may be left at Messrs Gudsell's and T. Eobinson's Stores. There will be Amusements of various kinds for old and young. Easter Tree. Doll Dressing Competition for young girls. Refreshments can be obtained. Admission 6d; Children half price. Commence at 2 p.m. Upper Ashburton Road Board. ANNUAL MEETING OF EATEPAYERS j nnHE Annual Meeting of Eatepayers of JL the Upper Ashburfcon Road Board will be held in the Board's Office, West Street, on MONDAY, May Ist, at 12 o'olock Noon. C. J. HAEPEE, 4 348 Chairman. LIFE (April), Pearson's, Lady's Eealm, Weldon's Home Dressmaker, Home Milliner, Lady's Companion, and others for March. New Books—Old Gorgon Graham (by Lorrimer), the Prodigal Son (by Hall Came), a Crime of the Under Seas (Guy Boothby), The Powers of Darkness (Miall), The Houseboat Mystery (John Leys), The Hand of Gold (Mark i.Bhton). H. M. JONES. Boekwller and Stationer,
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