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f- DALGETY & CO., LIMITED j PROPEBTIES FOR SALE Iff! OTAGO. = 8600 AcreF, leasehold, rent 5d per aero, near Palinersfcon, carries 4000 sheep; I roomed house, woolshtd, etc. Price on Application. 1897 Acres ag-rieultural and pastoral land; portion good fattening land; cariies 1000 ewes, but with cultivation would run i 2000 ; close to railway, and easy distance from Dunedin. £1 15s per acre. Splendid Agricultural Farm—l4oo Acres —one mile from Railway Station; mostly all heavy river fluts; Splendid Buildings. .£8 10b pec acre; also, adjoining 969 Acres, Price .£3 per Acre. 1082 Acres first class agricultural farm divided into 13 paddocks; magnificentjhoua( of 15 rooms; 12 stalled stab'e, and outbuildings; 13 acres plantation English trees. Price £8 per acre. . Pastoral Run 14,500 Acres leasehold, 3100 Acres Freehold. Rent 4d per acre; Grst-olass grazing country — warm and sunny. 1000 acres ploughed and laid down { m English grass; good buildings; 8000 cheep, 100 Cattle, working plant, etc. An exceptionally sound property. Price on application. 400 Acres Splendid Grazing Land carries 700 ewes, good buildings. Eaßy 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. Grazing and Agricultural Farm, 1061 acres, of which 300 acres are heavy agricultural land, balance good silver tussock, within one mile of railway station. £4; exceptionally good property. 150 Acres rich river Flat Land, very con- j venient to Dairy Factory. £21 per acre. j 1551 Acres, nearly all ploughable, fencing' material, 6 draught horses, ttack oaten sheaves, 88 acres turnips given m ; 1 mile j from school. i>3 per acre, • 1000 Acres Agricultural and Pastoral Land, runs 500 ewes; Price M per acre. Also adjoining 700 Acres, similar country, j with 600 Acres Leasehold. £1 5s per acre. ■ 500 D Acres Silver Tussock Country, with i 2GO Acres rich Agricultural land, mile from j Railway Station; church and school. A j cheap Property. j 150 Acres Freehold, 50 Acres LeaFehold, ] good buildings; 2 miles from Ea'ilway j Station and School. £6 per acre. A large number of Farms and Grazing \ Properties. j Full particulars . atid reports on pro" _| perties on application to 3 DALGETY & COMPANY, LIMITED, \ Ashburton, Dunedin, 'i imam, 287 • and Christchurch. i I. W.Raymond & Co. j

Southland.^*) tke I?©re. j ~t IPtiTh A.^^ES» improved, sutt- j XO\J able Buildings; choice locality ! i 3£*f\ ACRES, improved, stead- I Ov ing, near School and Factory j (s£\f\,d~\ ACRE?, improved country, j O\/v/xJ' healthiest; stock country m ! Southland, cocvenient to iailway. j """ I These Properties are among the best ! value we have, and m less than 6 months j the present reserves will not purchase i them j I. W. RAYMOND & CO., 5 249 Invercargill and Wyndham. ; Public Notices. ! — j Trespass Notice, j A NY Person, or Persons Found Trespas- J sing on the Riversdale Estate m pursuit i i of Game or otherwise will be PROSE- j COTED | 4 448 N. S. STRANGE, j i MUSIC. | .TpiANOFOrvTE, Singing, and the Theory ) Jl of Music m all its Branche?. j Mrs Donald McLean, Mns. Bac-, j Will Resume Teaching on j SATURDAY, MAY 27th. Music Room — The Triangle, Wakanui Road. 5 162

ft.BIJ&IEIiL. \ FLORIST, FRUITEBBK, GREEN I i &ROCER & SEEDSMAN j (Next to Ashburton Club\ j

Legal Notice. "T&TOTICE is hereby given that the Firms IM of DUNCAN AND COTTERILL and T. W. STRINGER have been amalgamated from this date, and that MR J. D. HALL has been admitted as a partner m the amalgamated business. The business will be carried on by H. CoUerill, T. W. Stringer, and J. D. Hall under the style of DUNCAN, COTTERTLL and STRINGER, at Christchurch, and e.t Mr John Davison's Office, Ash bur ton, as heretofore. Dated this 21st day of February, 1905. (Sgd.) H. COTTERILL. ■ / (Sgd.) T. W. STRINGER. (Sgd.) J. 11. HALT.. Loans up to any Amounts, on approved Securities, at Lowest Current Eates of Interest. DUNCAN, COTTERILL AND 4 102 STRINGER. ASHBURTON Permanent Building and Investment Society. Deposits—Mate ©f Imerest At Call on Every Day's Balance: Bi per cent*up to £80®. I On Fixed Deuosit: For six months, any sum, 3£ per cent. For twelve mouths, any sum, 4 per cent In the event of Fixed Deposits being paid before due date, call rates will be allowed. ALBERT ROBERTS 21 Manager. <

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XX, Issue 6582, 29 May 1905

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