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I, David Thomas V Mitcham. 1 V DAVW lie-en iusCiUctoJ by Mr ThpiaaJ r P.. Blorlaud to find n Jiuyer for ! {IsJI Acres Good Land adjacent to MHcli»m ftaiiway Station,;either in ono %t two blooka D. THOMAS, ' * A&hburton. '■ Propertifta fer Private' ■ Sale ' ' . BT David Thomas. Folio. Acres. t < 1 174 512 Good Sheep Country Raal puna. Subdivided into -j ' paddocks, well fenced • % well watered. ' J 268 1085 Subdivided into 13 padJ pocks, nnd well wateretH Good house, Granary, an<s Stable. All in first clas| order. Kyle. '$ 269 515 Subdivided ; well wateredj House o? 7 Eooms, Stabltf and Outbuildings. Kyle; >{ 272 900 Every improvement, goo<l live fences, water races in ' . erery paddoclr. ,All firsfi cla.Rs land. Mathven. , "jj 275 272 All in aew grass. Goodlivtf fences, and wgII vrateredi" Good House of 6 roomsi, Pig Yards and Sty^«| Sheep Yards. Wmslow. .?; 277 1200 Hinds i^ 278 25 House o£ 5 rooms, Stable^ Brick Dairy. Alford Foresff Road. ' ■>;■■# 284 160 Waterton. " - '-'H 295 610 Subdivided. Well fenced and watered. Now Houa and Stable. Mayfield. /it 297 30 GoodHonse and Building^ • . 'Alford Forest Road. : -^S 308 495- Well improved and fenced^ well watered.; and laid $owg in grass. Lotvcliffe. '■;; 313 900 Well watered and fenoei New House of 9 Eooms Stabling, etc. All in ',fir* claps order. Mayfield. >: 223 570 KubdividediutolSpaddooia water in each. Two Houses two Htables, Trap Shed, Co* Shed, Sheep Yards, ne*i Maronan Homestead. % 325 240 Splendid Land; all in gool heart. Fir^t-class improve? menta. Tinwald. .. 1 326 140 First class land and im-j provements. Tinwald. V| 329 300 Well fenced and wateradJ Good House, Stable and Yards, Methven, \%a 331 125 Subdivided into convenient paddookp, well fenced an<fl watered, and necesearw Buildings. Bromore. 9 343 200 Well fenced and watereJl Good New House of 5 Rootfh« Stable, 'Wov>l Shed, Chaiffl House and Wash House, alffl new. T'-vo miles from a School. Winchntore.

* 344 1000 All in first class ordejj First class Buildings anfl all necessary Outbuildings Near Station. Lauriston, jl 350 1750 Lfcasoluwi-;. AH well sowa and watered. ~t Ssl 517 Fully improved, water ij every paddoolc, and all ia g-ood heart. Lauriston. ' <{l . 355 600 Hair heavy aud half medium Land. All in good orderl New House of 9 Rooms P.afchroom, etc New Stable and other Improvements; Alford. . " , ;■-( 358 85 Subdivided into 2 paddocks' p 7enty ci:'water. Newßousi of 7 Koodck. Y/incbmore. i 562 2500 S-bephpro's Bush Krtate,. .ii Mock of 300 To 8&0 acres* i'nl eluding the old Homestead.! 367 192 Subdivided. House of m Booms, 4-3 tall Stable, Wool Shed. All in good ordeJ Buccleugh, M 372 1270 Subdivided into 11 paM docks. House of 10 Room™ " Woolshed, Stable, and Shea Sheep Yards. Water in afl paddocks and shelter plantal tions. All in new grass. -1 373 329 Land in splendid heart, .ansl grows all crops to perfection!! 7 miles from Rangitatt Station, and 11 miles from Temuka. --y 374 Subdivided into 10 paddocks] with running streams in each. Good Wheat and Oat Land. House of 10 Rooms 6-stall Stable, Loose Box. Chaff House and other Outbuildings. 3 miles from Makikihi, and 5 miles froia Studholms Junction, Sale yard and Creamery. 76 Subdivided into 8 paddocks, with water in each. 4roomed House, Shed, Dairy etc., close to Sohool. Mount Somars. ■' '' 378 1066 Subdivided into 12 paddocks -roomed House, 12-stall , Stable, Chaff House, 3 Loose Bores, Trap Shed, Granary, well watered. Down country, all ploughable. Crickl©' j wood. J 379 980 Well improved, first class fences and gates, wel watered. House of 5 R^sgn? 12-stall Stable, and Lo«ms Boxes, Wool Shed, Implement Shed, Dip, Sheep Yards. Subdivided into 13 , paddocks. All in good young j grass. DarfieM. ) 380 500 Securely fenced and well] • watered. 2 miles from RailJ ' way Station and School! [ Ealinpr. ;1 ! The above are, a'l suV.jcrt to sales. Inj | spection can be arranged at any time. CalH iat my office for fuller particulars. ■ I | > DAVID THOM AS, j

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6586, 2 June 1905

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