Friedlander Bros., Ltd Oeasiiigr Sale ... AT .. FLEWLVGTON, Thursday, May 4, 1905. HAVING Sold hie Property, MrThos. Taylor has instructed us to bold a CLEARING- SALN at his Homesfcaad, Flemington, on the above date, comprising— fB»o^-\ 4, 6, and 8 tooth Ewes, m lamb (OU to E.L. and Shropshire Rams 20/~k Full Mouth Ewes, m lamb to OxJ E.L. ranis 54O ?HtLßmbs 15 Purebred E.L. Ewes (Mcßae's) 11 Purebred E.L. Ewe Lambs 10 E.L. Kara Lambs 7 Two tooth E.L. Earns 8 Shropshire Earns Bay Mare, Pride, Syrs, by Dr Seddon, dam Molly, stinted to Union Jack. Bay Mare, Nancy, by Ben Lomond, stinted to Union Jack. Bay Mare, 6yrs, by Clansman, stinted to Union Jack. Bay Mare, Flora, 3yrp, by Capt. Russell. 4 Superior Draught Geldings, from 3yrs Bay Fill}', 2yrs, by Union Jack, dam Dolly. Yearling Colt by Capfain Kussell—• Grace Darling. Yearling Filly by Sir Roger-Dawn 11. Filly Foal by Union ;Jack—Pride. Colt Foal by Union Jack. Yearling Hack. i 2 Two yr old Draught Entires 1 Gig Mare, syra I Hack Mare, by Perkin Warbeok, stinted to Kia Ora 1 Good Boy's Pony, 2nd prize taker 6 Milk Cows 4 Three yr old Steers 6 Head Young Cattle 8 H.P. Portable Engines 2 Farm Drays, D.F. Plough, McCormick Reaper and Binder, Massey-Harris Reaper and Binder, Anglo-American Drill, Grain and Manure Driil, Wood's Side Delivery, Hay Kako, O&borne Mower (new), Disc Harrows, Tyno Harrows, 2 Sets Gorse Cutters, Grass Sood Sower, Holler, Wool j Praps, Shepp Feeders, Scales, Winnower, j etc., etc. i Also-4 St>cks Clover Hay, 18. Tons Oatshea? Chaff, Quantity Cape Barley. Palo at 12 Noon. ' Luncheon Provided. FRIEDLANDER BUGS., Ltd., R. FhIEL-LANDKR, 4.285 Auctioneer. HORSE FAIR. 4^|UR next Horse Fair will take place on FRIDAY, May 19th, 1905, for which we are now booking.Entries. FRIEDLANDER BRO~ Ltd. R. FRIEDLANDER, i 450 Auctioneer. Farm For Sale. WE have been instructed to Sell by Private Treaty, a Compact Farm of 144 Acres on the Hinds. One hundred acres are In rape and turnips, ready for cropping, 40 acres m grass, balance plantation. For particulars and price, apply— FRIEDLANDER BROS., Ltd. For Private Sale. TJC7"E have received instructions from MR GEORGE GRICE to offer for Sale by Private Treaty His Compact Little Farm ... OF ... 170 Acres. The Land is divided into 5 Paddocks, all well fenced and watered, 5-roomed House, Stable, Shed, and Chaffhouse. Property adjoins the Willowby School. No Reasonable Offer will be refused. FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD. Wright, Stephenson & Co, Sale of Moa Fiat Estate, Otago, New Zealand. 64,780 Acres Freehold Land* Subdivided Into Farms. Exceptionally Easy Terms. \IU RIGHT, STEPHENSON & CO. V* have received instructions from the Proprietors of the Moa Flat Estate to t-«ll by 'private treaty the Whole of the Property, subdivided into suitable-sized Farms. Moa Flat is a magnificent block of Country, at presout carrying upwardb of seventy thousand crossbred Bheep and a thousand head of cattle, and a finer, healthier lot of stock is not to be 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 oat= grow to perfection, and the Property contains a large area of the linest fruit growing land m theC'olouy. Prices for the purely pastoral country range from 20s to 4ns per acre, and for the mixed pastoral and agricultural land, from J23 to £7 per ante. Buyers of the land will be given an opportunity ef acquiring some of the sheep on the property at reasonable rates ard withdut public competition, and they will thus have paying going concerns from the outset. The Edievale Railway Station is withia three miles of the Property. TERMS—Fifteen per cent, cash, 5 per cent, m one year, 5 per cent, m two years, 5 per cent, m three years, and the balance m five years from the date of purchase interest on unpaid balances at 5 per cent per annum. Plans, Prices, aud full particulars on application to— WRIGHT, STEPHENSON & CO., Dunedic, Invereargiil, Gore, 230 or Kelso. Since the above advertisement was first inserted, over 20,000 acres of the Moa Flat Estate have been sold, and the auctioneers would urge upon all who are open for the purchase of farms to come at once and inspect. "VTEW Magazines to hand, includin? ]S " Life," " Sandows," " Wide World," "Windsor," "The Grand," "Cassells." "The Oocralfc," wad others. A. T, H. WILLIAMS, Bookeeller, Etc. .- East Street. Discount Tickets given with all cash purchases of Groceries at John Orr & Ccs
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