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Friedlander Bros., Ltd 130 Acre Fa-tn at Methven. SATURDAY, 13-h MAY, 1905. MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS., Ltd., have received instructions from Mr William Gillbam to Sell by Public Auction on the above date, at tbeir Land Sale RooniF, Aehburton, LOT 1, part of the Viewmount Estate about 2£ miles from Methven. Full particulars at Sale, at 1.30 p.m. R. FRIEDLANDEB, 5 39 Auctioneer. Clearing* Sale ... AT ... MAYFIELD. Wednesday, 17th May, 1905. WE have received instructions from Mrs C. O'Connor, who has Sold her Farm, to hold a Clearing Sale of all her LIVE STOCK & IMPLEMENTS on the above date, at her Homestead, on the Hekeac Settlement, comprising : — 120 Found-mouth Halfbred Ewes, m lamb to E.L. rams 3 Draught Mares, m foal to Prince Alexander, Prince Royal, and Glenwyo, 1 Draught Gelding, Byrs 1 Spring Cart Mare,Byrs Bay Gelding, 6yra, broken to saddle and harness. 3 Foals 19 H«ad 2-yr-old Cattle, mixed sexes 3 Cows m profit, 2 Springers,4 Calves 2 Sows m pig, 12 Store Pigs Masspy-Harria Reaper and Binder, Grubbar (new), set 4-leaf Harrows, set Disc Harrows, D.F. Plough, Farm Dray, Sheep 'Feeder, Whitechspel Cart, Gig, Sheep Netting, 2 Tons Potatoes, Harness, etc.,and a Quantity of Sundries. Sale at 12.30. FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD., E. FBIEDLANDER, 5 87 Auctioneer. IhotslTfair. /-"\UIl next Horse Fair will take place on FRIDAY, May 19th, 1905, for which we are now booking Entries. FRIEDLANDER BROS.'Ltd. R. FRIEDLANDRR, ■1 450 Auctioneer. FOR PRIVATE SALE 1026 Acres at Winchmore. THE Undersigned have received instructions from Mr Geo. Robertson, who has Purchased Mr W. P. Studholme's "Kakahu " Estate, to offer for Absolute Sale by Private Treaty, m one or more Blocks,— HIS WELL-KNOWN FARM at WINCHMOftE, situated close to to the School, and containing 1026 ACRES First olass Cropping or Grazing Country. The Improvements on the Homestead consist of 7-Roomed House, Stable, Loose Boxes, Chaff and Trap House. From its handy situation to Ashburton, this Property should command the attention of Intending Purchasers. No Reasonable Offer Refused. Full Particulars on Application. FRIEDLANDER BROS., Ltd. DAVID THOMAS, 4 299 Joint Agents. 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 m rape and turnips, ready for cropping, 40 acres m grass, balance plantation. For particulars and price, apply— FRIEDLANDER BROS., Ltd. For Private Sale. TTfTE have} received instructions from MR GEORGE GRICE to offer for |Sale by Private Treaty His Compact Little Farm ... OP ... 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. Rye#rass, Oats, and Wheat. TTIOR Prompt Delivery, we are CASH BUYERS, At Highest Market Kates, of|New Season's R/yegrass, Oats, and Wheat. FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD. T. Bullock For Sale. Owner Leaving the District. DESIRABLE PROPERTY, fronting Cambridge Street, Hampstead, containing One Acre, on which is Ereoted a Comfortable Dwelling of 5 Rooms, Waehhouee, and Storeroom, surrounded by well kept garden, and at the back a number of Fruit Trees, Raspberries etc. Terms and Full Particulars on application. , T. BULLOCK, Agent. FOR SALE. TWO very nice Building Sites at corner of continuation of Belt Road and Rapley Street, Hampstead, being Lots 14 «nd 15. Apply to 1 T. BULLOCK. FOR SALE, Suburban Building Sites, Varying m area from 7 to 9 Acre 3, or oould be divided into smaller allotments. Full particulars on application. T. BULLOCK. MONEY. O-Tj Kf\f\ SPECIAL SUM, to be e*W/XOv/Vrj lent on approved freehold security.; Apply T, BULLOCK.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6565, 9 May 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6565, 9 May 1905