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Eli Smith, Smith's Wairarapa Land Agency, Masterton, Land for Sale and Lease, 3QAA ACRES Freehold Sheep and _ OUU Cattle Run, East Coast District;, main Coach Road; ring fenced, excepting about l£ miles back boundary, well subdivided and well watered, half m best English grasses, balance rough native faed, all rolling country. Good 9-roomed House, all necessary Outbuildings, Price, £i 10s per acre. A real snip. (347) TO LEASE. A Government Grazing Run of fiOOO ACRES, 10 miles from Te Puki. A large area been sown down m English grasses, fine healthy sheep and cattle country, 1£ sheep per acre, fcubdivided into 9" paddooks by best of fence 3, 8-roomed House, Woolshed, Yards, etc. Upset Price .£720, Terms can be arranged. (348) 1100 ACRES Freehold Sheep and Cattle Farm, Wairarapa District, all m grass and crop. Well subdivided and watered. 100 Acres good flat, balance undulating, new 6roomed House, all necessary Outbuildings. Place now winters 1400 sheep and 170 cattle, and 28 horses. Cheapest place m the market. Paice ,£4 per acre. (187) 177 ACRES First-class Dairy and dropping Farm, close to good Town, Railway, and Market. Good Homestead. Place is well subdivided, well watered, and a bargain at .£3200. Terms, £1000 Cash, Balance at 5 per cent. (133) 160 ACRES Cheap Dairy Farm, m Wairarapa, all level, well watered and subdivided into 7 paddocks. Good Homestead, close to Town. Price £2000. Terms, (129) Write for Property List, ELI SMITH, LAND AGENT, 4 239 Masterton. , Carswell and Co. FOR PRIVATE SALE, 442 ACRES first class Agricultural and Grazing Land, fenced and nearly all m English grass. Good homestead situated close to Railway Station, dairy factory and school. 1683 ACRtiS Freehold, Mokoreta district highly improved, 25 paddocks. Stock aDd plant may be taken at valuation. Terms may be arranged. 980 ACRES, partially drained alluvial land, fenced and partly surface sown. Good cattle country, suitable for flax growing, being overspread with flax plants; railway siding 1 mile j price moderate. 100 ACRES first-class Agricultural land, near Winton, fenced and laid down m English grass, half a mile from the Railway Siding. 1406 ACRES-3* miles from Mandeville Railway Station, fenced and subdivided; 400 acres m cultivation, nearly all ploughable wheat-growing land; first class new homestead Price moderate. 1000 ACRES, improved Farm with Home stead, 12 miles from Tnvercargill. 200 ACRE Farm, near Dipton, improved with good Homestead. 350 ACRES, Jacobs River Hundred, first class, improved farm, with good homestead. 300 ACRES Freehold, Tarmgatura district first-class farm, well improved; easy distance from railway station. 254 ACRES, near Wo6dend, fenced and chiefly m natural state; 100 acres native bush; Homestead and Garden; 9 miles from Invereargill; Price~£3 per acre. 225 ACRES, improved Farm, with homestead, 21 miles from Invercargill P.O. 340 ACRES, New River District, improved farm, with homestead. For particulars apply to— Carswell and Co,, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, ESK STREET, INVEROARGILL DALGETY & CO., LIMITED PROPERTIES FOE, SALE IN OIAGK). 1584 Acres, good Buildings; within 5 miles of Railway Htation. 35s per Acre. 3010 Acres—Boo Acres under cultivation, runs 2000 Sheep; 90 per cent Lambs thia season ; Good Buildings, close to Railway. 60s per Acre. Sheep Station, Central Otago, with 2000 S.M. Sheep, 30 Cattle. Rent .£32 per annum. Price £1500. Splendid Agricultural Farm—-1400 Acres ■—one mile from Railway Station; mostly all heavy river flats; Splendid Buildings. .£8 10s per acre; also, adjoining 969 Acres, Price JB3 per Acre. 1082 Acres first class agricultural farm divided into 13 paddocks; magnifioent|hoasc of 15 rooms; 12 stalled stable, and outbuildings; 13 acres plantation English trees. Price £3 per acre. Pastoral Run 14,500 Acres Leasehold, 3100 Acres Freehold. Rent 3d per acre; first-class grazing country — warm and sunny. 1000 acres ploughed and laid down m English grass; good buildings; 8000 sheep, 100 Cattle, working plant, etc. An exceptionally sound property. Price on application. Goodwill of Lease of 400 Acres, close to Bail way on main line; agricultural laud. 20,000 Acres Leasehold; Rent .£37 10s per annum; carry 5060 Sheep besides Cattle. Present stock 3,500 Sheep, 200 head Cattle, Price as a going concern on application. 420 Acres Good Agricultura Land, welt farmed, m good heart. £5 per acre. 417 Acres; all necessary buildings; crop at valuation. £3 15s per acre. 360 Acres, well watered, substantial buildings. £7 per acre. 400 Acres Splendid Grazing Land carries 700 ewes, good buildings. Easy distance from Railway. £4> 10s per acre. 515 Acres, close to Railway Station. Splendid Sheep Country — warm, sharp soil. Subdivided into 15 paddocks. £6 2s 6d per acre. A large number of Farms and Grazing Properties. 1082 Acres splendid Agricultural land well subdivided, 250 acres under cultivation, modern 15 roomed house, stables, etc., 13 acres plantation of English trees. Pric £8 per acre. Full particulars and reports on pro perties on application to DALGETY & COMPANY, LIMITED, Ashburton, Dunedin, and 287 Christohurch s v I RAINBOW 1 I ASK FOR WIPBM OUT, I I the Champion COUGH MIXTURE. I I It never fails to cure. I 3 ASK FOR WIPBM OUT, I I the Champion Cure for COUGHS, I I COLDS and ASTHMA. 1 Royal Standard Pill. THE very best for Constipation. Mr Smart, Avon street, reports: For years I have been troubled with Constipationiand, always required four of the strongest Pills, Since taking B.S. Pills, about sin all, lam quite regular. Is per box—Chemists andi stores.'

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6566, 10 May 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6566, 10 May 1905

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