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I Henderson and Batger. _ Splendid i heep Farm, WYNDOAJf DI-:TSICT. 1 l^f^A ACRES, twelve miles from JLv-? iU?\>' town ; 1400 Acres in grass or cultivation, small area bush. Leasehold area, cf 260 Acres goes with the Fieehold at rental of 2s 9d par acre. Buildings comprise seven-ro mcd Dwelling, 8-stalled Stable, Barn and Woolshed, and other Buildings. A really good property. All the couutry 1-,gs well to the Bun, and is well sheltered. Price— £3 5s per acre. FIKST* CLASS WESTERN DISTRICT FARM. SCO ACEES in best part of South'aud, all in grass but 70 Acres Stubblp. Good fences, mostly seedless gorsa and post and wire. Land tilo drained. Has always been well farmed, and is in capital hoart. Buildings—.S-roomed House, large Brick Barn, Implement Shed, and all other Buildings usually found on a well farmed property. Oi chard and Garden of 3 acres, Trice, £9 per acre. iarrns of all sizes in best grain growing and sheep farming Districts. Full information as to suitable areas and how to finance purchase forwarded on application. HENDERSON AND ISATGEE, Invercargill, Gore, and Wyndhatn DALGETY & CO., LIMITED PROPERTIES FOR SALE IN OTAGO. Splendid Agricultural Farm—l4oo Acres —one mile from Eailway Station,- mostly all heavy river flats; Splendid Buildings. £8 10s per acre; also, adjoining 969 Acres, Price j63 per Acre. 1032 Acres first class agricultural farm, divided into 13 paddocks; magnificent house of 15 rooms; 12 stalled stable, and outbuildings; 13 acres plantation English trees. Price £8 per acre. 400 Acres Splendid Grazing Land; carries 700 ewes, good buildings.. Easy distance from Eailway, £& 10s per aore. Grassing 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. 160 Acres rich river Flat Land, very convenient to Dairy Factory. £21 per acre. 1000 Acres Agricultural and Pastoral Land, runs 500 ewes; Price £1 per acre Also adjoining 700 Acres, similar country, with 600 Acres Leasehold. £1 6s per acre. 1200 Acres, of which 200 acres are cultivated, balance very warm tussock land, all facing the sun, carries 1000 sheep, besides cattle within half a mile of Bailway Station, substantial 8 roomed house and Outbuildings. Cheap Property, £3 10s. Small Grazing Euns of 3906 Acres and 4568 Acres will be sold separately or together. Eent 5d per acre. Good healthy sheep country, within easy distance of Palmerston. Good Buildings. Price on application. Goodwill of Lease of 893 Acres, close to Eailway Station. Eent about 2s 8d per acre. Stock at present 1150 ewes, 4CO fattening wethers. 1000 Acres conveniently situated; J21500. 300 Acres Milton District, first class agricultural Farm. Grows heavy crops, good fattening land. £11> per acre. 629 Acres Freehold, besides crops carries 400 sheep Partly limed, close to school. £3 Se. 2COO .Acres Freehold, with 2500 Acres Leasehold, low renfc, carries 3000 sheep. C lose to Bailway. Easy distance Dunedin, £3 for Freehold. 2900 Acres Freehold, within 4 miles of Eailway Station, carries 2000 theep. Eent, £2 10s. 40G0 Acres Freehold, Oamaru District, together with 2000 Acres Leasehold at low rental. Carrying Sheep 50C0, splendid fattening country. Well watered and subdivided. Price on application. Also, —A large number of Agricultural Farms, with Comfortable Homesteads, in all parts of Otago, at prices ranging from £4, to £7. Full particulars on application to— DALGETY & COMPANY, LIMITED, Ashburton, Dunedin, Timaru, 287 and Christchuroh. Eli Smith, Smith's Wairarapa Land Agency, Masterton. Land for Sale and Lease. OOAA ACRES Freehold Sheep and ij€P\J\l Cattle Eun, East Coast District, main Coach Eoad; ring fenced, excepting about 1£ miles back boundary, well subdivided and well watered, half'-jn beßt English grasses, balance rough native feed, all rolling country. Good 9-roomed House, all necessary Outbuildings, Price, £2 10s per acre. A real snip. (347) |TO LEASE. A Government Grazing Eun of 5000 ACEES, 10 miles from Te Fuki. A large area been sown down in English grasses fine healthy sheep and cattle country. 1 sheep per acre. Subdivided into 9 paddocks by best of fences, 8-roomed House, Woolshed, Yards, etc Upset Price £720. Terms can be arranged. . (348) 1100 ACEES Freehold Sheep and Cattle Farm, Wairaiapa District, all ingrasß and crop. Well subdivided and "watered. 100 Acres good flat, balance undulating, new 6roomed House, all necessary Outbuildings. Place now winters 1400 sheep and 170 cattle, and 28 horses. Cheapest place in the market. Paice £4 per acre. (187) 3150 ACRES, Good Sheep Eun, 10 Pad-" docks. 3 roomed house with telephone laid on with Gisborne. Carries 4000 sheep and 200 cattle. To lease for 10 years. Eent for first 5 years 3s 4d per acre, for second 5 years 4s per acre, putchaseable on a 5 per cent, basis. (48 G) 2400 ACRES, Freehold, fine healthy sheep country. Homestead; all necessary outbuildings, carries 2600 sheep, 100 cattle, some horses. Price .£7000; no cheaper property on the market. (125) Write!for Property List, ELI SMITH, LAND AGENT, 23 Masterton H. A, GLENIE'S STABLE S* (Late Claridge's). Tanceed Stbeet, Ashbukton. I ■ EST accommodation and attention for 5. 3" Town and Country visitors. Horses and Traps always on hire. "Wediing and Pionio Parties catered for. Horses Clipped and Broken in. H. A. GLENIB, Proprietor. Te'ephone No. 91. Royal Standard Pill. THE very best for Constipation. Mr Smart, Avon street, reports: For years I have been troubled with Conßtipation,and always required four of the strongest Pills. Since taking R.S. Pills, about '5 in all, lam quite regular Is per box—Chemiste and Stores .:

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6616, 8 July 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6616, 8 July 1905

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