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/_ _ DavlC* Thomas i JJitchaia. • '* Y~ HAVE been instmctad by Mr Tbomaa •„. ■3- Jlorlf-cd to find n, Buyer for 1164*-* Acres Good Land adjacent to Mitcbam " Railway Station, either m one or tw« blooki, D. THOMAF, Ashburton. Properties-for Private Sate BT David Thomas. Folio. Acres. j 174 612 Good Sheep Country Roa] puna. Subdivided, into ■ paddocks, well fenced well watered. 268 1085 Subdivided into 13 . padpocks, and well watered. Good house, Granary, and Stable. All m first class order. Kyle. 269 " 515 Subdivided ; well watered. House of 7 Eooms, Stable and Outbuild ings. Kyle. 272 900 Every improvement, good live fences, water races m i every paddock. All firefc cla^s land. Methren, 275 272 All m new grass. Good live fences, and well watered. Good House of 6 rooms. Stabh, Pig Yards and Styes, . Sheep Yards. Winslow. 277 1200 Hinds 278 25 House of 5 rooms, Stable, Brick Dairy. Alford -r Soad. .'•':■■ 284 " 160 Waterton. S •• 295 6LO Subdivided. Well fenced , and watered. ifaiw^Hoaa* and Stable. Mayfield- •'■: 297 30 GoodHonse . Alford Forest Koad:' 308 495 Well improved and fenced; well watered; and Iwd down • m grass. £owcl(ffe;! / 313 900 Well watered; andjfenoed. New House :of ,'9 y Stabling, et^.; Allin firs class order. Mayfiel& 223 S7O into 13 piaddocka -■- water m each;^^o-! Houses, two Stables, Trap; S^ed, Cow Shed, Sbeep' Yatdsii »e»i ' Maronan Homesteiidl; 325 240 Splendid Land; all ;:in good heart. Fir^-ol^s^ itoprovements. Tin^al'd. \:: 326 140 First cla9B land and im* i provements.' Tihwald. 329 300 Well fenced and watered. Good House, Stable and Yards. Methven, 331 125 Subdivided into convenient '. paddocks, well fenced and '•' watered, and necessary Buildings. Dromore.

343 200 Well fenced and watered. Good New House of 6 Rooms, Stable, Wool Shed, Chaff House r. ad Wash House, all new. Two miles from a School. Winchmore. 344 3000 All m first class order. First class Buildings and all necessary Outbuildhigß. Near Station. Lauriston. 350 1750 Leasehold. All, well sown aad watered. 351 517 Fully improved, water m every paddock, and all m good heart. Lauriaton. 355 600 Half heavy and half medium Land. All m good order. New Hoftse of 9 Booms Bathroom, etc. New Stable and other Improvements. Alford. "358 85 Subdivided into 2 paddocks. p^nty of water. Now House of 7 Rooms. Winebmore. 362 2500 Shepherd's' Bush Estate, m block of 300 to 800 acres, including (he old Homestead, 367 192 Subdivided. House of 7 Rooms, 4-etall Stable, Wool Shod. All m good order. Buccleugh, 372 1270 Subdivided into 11 paddocks. House of 10 Booms. Woolshed, Stable, and Shed.' Sheep Yards. Water m all paddocks and shelter plantations. All m new grass. 373 329 Land m splendid heart, and grows all eropa to perfection, 7 miles from Eangitata Station, and 11 miles from Tenauka. 374 Subdivided into 10 paddocks, with running streams m each. Good Wheat and Oat Land. Bouse of 10 Booms 6-stall Stable, Loose Box. Chaff House and other Outbuildings. 3 miles from Jjlakikihi, and 5 miles from Studholme Junction, Sale yard and Creamery. 76 Subdivided into 8 paddocks, with water m each. 4roomed House, Shed, Dairy etc, close to School. Mount Somers. 378 1066 Subdivided into 12 paddocksl -roomed House, 12-atall Stable, Chaff House, 3 Loose Boxe3,Trap Shed, Granary, well watered. Down country, all ploughable. Cricklowood. I 379 980 Well improved, first class fences und gates, well watered. House of 5 Booms, 12-stall Stable, and Loose Boxes, Wool Shed, Imple- | mont Shed, .Dip, Sheep j Yards. Subdivided into 13 I paddocks. All m good young I grass. Darfield. j 380 500 Securely fenced and well ! watered. 2 miles from Bail. \ way Station and School f Ealing. i The above are all subject to sales. In- ' spection can be .arrnrgod nt any time. Call at my office for fuller particulars. ! DAVID THOMAS, > Ashburton.

BU^yj^NOTIOTSg^ THE LONDON DIRECTORY. CONTAINING over 2,000 pages of con- / densed commercial matter, enables enterprising traders throughout the Empire to keep m close touch with the trade of the Motherland. Besides being a complete commercial guide to London and its suburbs, the London Directory contains lists of EXPORT MERCHANTS with the Goods they ship, and the Colonia and Foreign marbots they supply j STEAMSHIP LINES arranged under the Ports to which thej sail, and indicating the approximate sail ings PROVINCIAL APPENDIX of Trade Notices of Leading Manufacturers Merchants, etc., m the principal provincial towns and industrial centres of the United | Kingdom. A copy of the 1905 edition will b© forwarded freight paid on receipt of Post Office Order for £1. The London Directory Co., Ltd \ 25 Abchurch Lane, London COOKING RANGES. DA RNIN GH A M Bn a GO'S IMPROVED ZEALANDIA, New Patent, no setting. Can be used as open fir# Ask Fob Thb [improved zealandia

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6589, 7 June 1905

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6589, 7 June 1905

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