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The Flaxboume Estate.

United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph.

Blenheim, June 28 A ballot for four small sections of five acres each, which were unallotted in the main Flaxbourne ballot took place to-day. They were well disposed of. The remaining small grazing ran, for which there fifteen applicants, was drawn by John McGregor of Rangiwahia, Wellington. The whole of sections enumerated in the pamphlet have gone off. Seventeen rural sections of from 5 to 43 acres, also eight other sections, of from 31 ot 187 acres, together with about twenty townsbip sections, will be offered shortly.

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The Flaxboume Estate., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6607, 28 June 1905

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The Flaxboume Estate. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6607, 28 June 1905

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