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F. FERRIMAN TO LET, at Netherby, "OOUR-roomed Cottage and 2 lores. F, Ferriman, Belt Road, ALLESTON.

MR JAMES HENDERSON, having purchaped another property, has instructed me to sell that comfortable Home consisting of 5 rooms and i an aero of good land. The price is low, to effect a speedy sale. F. FERRIMAN AUeotoii. BELT ROAD. Building Site, CONSISTING of 2& Acres, jus opposite Mr J. Tucker's. This is also the property of MR JAMES HENDERSON, who says sell. ¥. FERRIMAN.

R. Y. FERGUSON. For Private Sale. "I S-^Oi^ ACRES, Government Grazing JLOhJ' v/ Run, 6 years' lease to run at a low rental. Reasonable Goodwill R. Y. FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent. For Private Sale, QT^C ACRES Freehold, divided into 9 jW/O Paddocks, 7 room Dwelling. Washhouse, Shearing Shed, etc. X Kf\ ACRES Government Leasehold, UUy 3 years to ran at low rental; given m with Freehold. For full particulars apply to R. Y. FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent. For Private Sale. ■fl^^C ACRES Lease-in-Perpetuity, JL 4 O divided into 7 Paddocks; all well fenced and watered. 3 room Dwelling, Stables, Chaffhouse, Shearing Shed, Yards, etc. Reasonable Goodwill. R. Y. FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent.. For Private Tale.

I/^AA ACRES, divided into 10 XOv7V/ Paddocks 5 all well fenced and watered; 6 Roomed Dwelling, Stables, Woolshed, Dip, tfheep Yards, etc. Close to Post Office and School. Carrying 800 sheep and 50 head cattle. Situated m Clutha District, Southland. Price £1 5s per acre R. Y. FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent FOR PRIVATE SALE lAt\A ACRES, all well subdivided ; JLvJOvF securely fenced and well watered; all m best of heart. Good sheep Farm. 8-Roomed Dwelling j Stables. Woolshed, Yards, etc. j every convenience Easy Terms. R. Y. FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent.

FOIt PRIVATE SALE. (QtfV^ ACRES, Lease m Perpetuity, 7 Ov 4 Miles from Railway Station, \- mile from School j 6 room Dwelling, Washhouse, etc.; Shearing Shed, Stable, and all necessary buildings ; 14 Acres English Grass, balance tussock; all level land, carrying 450 Breeding Ewes. Low rental; reasonable goodwill. For Private Sale. KQA ACRE Farm j m Ashburton OOv/ District; all well subdivided and watered ; 50 Acres Turnips, balance m English grass, most young grass ; all firstclass fattening country ; 7-room Dwelling, Stable, Woolshed, Yards, etc. ; m fact every convenience for working Property. Stock can be taken with Property if required. R. Y. FERGUSON LAND & ESTATE AGENT, ASHBURTON.

BUSINESS NOTICES. iiilliiiei*y. (Beautiful and Artistic, but at sale prices) * A SPECIAL LINE »o£ Beautiful £3L hand-made Hata is now being produced to your special order for 153 6d. Theee Hats embody the newest ideas m sfcyie, while the moderate price for such really good Hats undoubtedly facilitates economy. For 10s 6d we are trimming Smart Straws m stylish fashions to suit all tastes.

H- GRESHAM, Surgeon & Mechanical DENTIST. By Examination, October, 1897. SU ]J Gt E R Tin Burnett Street, near Mitchell and Turner's. Local Anaesthetics and Gas adminisjter&d Honrs of attendance—9 a.m. to 5.30 p.in Private Residence—Havelock Street west PATNUI, Washes without rubbing. Will not injure most dolicatejfabrics.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6608, 29 June 1905

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6608, 29 June 1905

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