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P. PEBRIMAN ! FOB SAL E Peter Street East. Mr John Walker having purchased a Bakery Business, has instructed me to effect a speedy Sale of his Property situated in Peter Street East, comprising j-Acre of Land, with 5-roomed Dwelling, and good Stables. Early Inspection Invited, Apply— F. FERRIMAN. FOR SALE. ■ Cox Street East, I am instructed by Mr Frank Potter to sell his Residential Property in Cox Street East; The House contains 7-rooms, and all conveniences, and the Section comprises J-Acre oi First-class Land. Full Particulars on application, F. FERRIMAN. E. T. FERGUSON. for Private Sale. "I OfWk ACRES, Government Grazing XUI/v Run, 5 years' lease to run at a low rental. Reasonable Goodwill R. T. FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent, For Private Sale, qj«K ACRES Freehold, divided into 9 &4*y Pa.ddocks, 7 room Dwelling. Washhouse, Shearing Shed, etc. X KdTk ACRES Government Leasehold OOV 3 years to ran at low rental; given in with Freehold. For full particulars apply to E. Y. FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent. For Private Sale -| f"f X ACRES Lease-in-Perpetuity, X|O divided into 7 Padlocks; all well fenced and watered. 3 room Dwelling, Stable?, Chaffhou.se, bhearing Shed, Yaids, etc. Reasonable Goodwill. P. Y.o FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent. For Private Pale. >bi f*f\£\ ACRES, divided into 10 XOUU Paddocks; all well fenced and watered; 6 Roomed Dwelling 1, S'oablea, Woolshed, Dip, Sheep Y»r.ds, etc. Close to Post Office and School. Carrying 800 sheep and 50 head cattle. Situated in Clutha District, Southland. Price M 5s per acre R. Y. FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent FOR PRIVATE SALE -g /"\K/"\ ACRES,aII well subdivided ; Xv/O" securely fenced and well watered; all in best of heart- Good sheep Farm. 8-Roomed Dwelling j Stables. "Woolshed, Yards, etc.; every convenience Easy Terms. . R. Y. FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent. FOR-PRIVATE "SALE. qaN ACRES, Loaso "in Perpetuity, 7 O*7 4 Miles from Railway Station, iinile from School; 6 room Dwelling, Washhouse, etc.; Shearing Shed, Stable, and all necessary buildings ; U Acres English Grasp, balance tassocfc; all level land, carrying 450 Breeding Ewes. Low rental; reasonable goodwill.' For Private Sale. f O/\ A.CRE Farm ; in Aehbucton t>O\/ District; all well subdivided and watered ; 50 Acres Turnips, balance in English grass, moat young grass ; all firstclass fattening country ; 7-room Dwelling, Stable, Woolshed, Yards, etc. ; in fact every convenience for working Property. Stock cau be taken with Property if required. B. V, FERGUSON LAND & ESTATE AGENT, ASHBUBTOtf. BOSISESS NOTICES. H- GBESHAM, SuiK»ft T & Mechanical DENTIST. ' By Examination, Oct&fcer, 189.SUSGEEY in Burnett Sfcree^ near Mitchell and Turner' 3. Local Anaesthetics and Gas administered Hours ©€ attendance—?) a.m. to 5.»0 p.m Private Beaidenee—Havalock St.reel was New Bakery Business. HAVING pureHnsed f^ora Mr E. A Constable his Triangle Bakery Business, I am now prepared to rapply the best Bread and Small Goods at the lowest current r«,tes, and trust to receive a fair share of euetom. . . " Having engaged the services of ft firstclass baker from Cbristcburch, customers may rely on getting bread of the very best quality. H, W; ROBINSON, £B*s TRUNaLB BAKEBY.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6619, 12 July 1905

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6619, 12 July 1905

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