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N.Z. FARMER*' CO-OP. ASSCN. miNWALD V A R D S TUESDAY, MARCH 3rd, 1914. Our Present Entries include — 152 2-Tooth 3-Bred Ewes (good). 230 2 and 4-Tooth .1 and 2-Brcd Ewa* 540 S.M. A-Ni-ed Ewes (guar.) -SGO Rape I/a nibs. 1000 4 and 6-Tootli -1 3-Brecl Wethers. (A splendid straight line). 200 Very forward Rape Ewes^ -, wry Cattle, M.S. 9 A Head 2-Year-Old Cattle, M.S. -J O Holstein-Cross Heifers (18 i Al months. The ar-ova Caltlo arc good sorts, and in great order. Further Entries Solicited. NZ FARMERS' CO.-OP., J^crioneers. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. SUBDIVISION OF THE WELLKNOWN . • ' .balrazi'e estatE, 1 ■■■■'•,■ , 1 "' :'. r ,R AKA I. A.. . ■ !" BY PUBLIC~AUCTION. _' AT — i ■Corner of.Cashel duel Madras Streets,; ' ' Christchurch, — ON - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11th, 1914,. . At Half-past Two o'clock. rpHE NEW ZEALAND FARMERS' I GO-OPERATIVE ASSN., LTD., •kive received instructions (in «>njimc■Km with MTSSSKS I^'GEJ f V na W from the Trustees w the Estate oi the late J. A. Mcllraith to OFFEII FOX SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the above date, ■$ Af\r ACRES OF THE B A L 31 A Z IJS ESTAT £. 1 Subdivided into FOUR FARMS. ALSO, They hnve received instructions (in conjunction with MESSRS PYNE and •CO) from tlie Trustees in the Estate of the late A. D. Mollraith to OFFER "FOR SALE,. BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ■jOn the above date and place, . THE BALANCE OF THE ■B'ALR'A 55 1 E. ESTATE, 1 Containing • . ,-i AHH AC RE S, ■ '■,1.41:1 4 FIVE FARMS. The whole Estate has been CUT UP into NINE SUITABLE FARMS, as follows : — LOT 1-475 ACRES, HOMESTEAD Block. The land is down m2, 3, i, and 5-year-old grass, 1 paddock each oat and hay stxibble. improvements consist of a sub- ' F.tantial Brick Residence with all conveniences, together with all ' the necessary, farm outbuildings, all of which have been erected regardless of cost. LOT 2—198 ACRES 2 ROODS.-Thjs Section is all down in grass (from 1 2 to 8 years old). LOT 3—310 ACRES. All down in one-year-old grass, with the ex-, caption of 1 paddock old pasture. LOT 4—334 ACRES. All down in young grass. LOT 5—369 ACRES. All down in five-year-old grass. , LOT 6—378 ACRES. All down in 1 to 3-year-old grass. L6TS 7.and 8—354 ACRES. Rape, ■ turnips, and wheat stubble. LOTS 9 and 10—241 ACRES. Down, in two and four-year-old grass, .1 paddock old pasture, and 31 acres in turnips. . , LOT 11—163 ACRES. In turnips,' oat and wheat stubble. On this block is the large WOOLSHED, Men's Quarters, SHEEPYARDS and DIP. In submitting for sale this VALUABLE ESTATE "to the Public, the Auctioneers can with the utmost confidence draw the attention of Land Buyers to this important subdivision. ' BALRAZIR is too well known to need much comment as to the quality of the soil, or the condition of the land and the general surroundings of fcl>is MAGNIFICENT. ■'ESTATE. It is in the VERY PINK OF CONDITION, the fences are in first-class order, and the gat?r-, etc., about the property are of a vcrv substantial character. The Sections ' havo SPLENDID SHELTER PLANTATIONS, thus affording the Tosneetivo blocks IDEAL BUILDING SITES. The position of the property is perfect, being 5 miles from Lauriston, S miles from Rakaia, 14 miles from the i TreozniK "Works, and 17 miles from | Ashburinn, with good metal roads. It ;-, clo'--o to the Post Office 'and Public School. BALRAZIE h:is been in the occupation oi 1 the Mcllraith Bros, for a great number of years, they.having purchased direct from" the Crown, and as the Trustees have decided to wind up the two states, the Property is now on the sniirliet FOR BONA FIDE SALE, and never has a better opportunity been nhckl'b'»fore the public, to purchase. Prst-hand fwr.s of the,very finest agricultural land in Canterbury, and on 3uch reasonable terms, viz.:— 10 per cent, on fall of hammer. 5 ppr cent, on possession (March 2o). 10 per cent, in twelve months. Balanco on Mortgage for five years. All unpaid purchase money 5 per cent. Plans Sent on Application. N.Z. FARMERS' CO.-OP., LTD., DALGETY and CO., LTD., ■ PYNE and CO., Auctioneers. NOTE -The Auctioneers have just received advice from the Manager sayin iz he had-thrashed 7200 bushels of Pearl and Tuscan Wheat off 130 Acres of' this Estate. i 414

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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