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N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSCN. . . IMPORTANT SUBDIVISION • ■ Of- the EARIvY SELECTED RIVERSLEIGH ESTATE, GLENTUNNEL. BY PUBLIC AUCTION •' — AT — THE FARMERS' CO.-CP. LAND I SALEROOM, CORNER CASHEL AND MADRAS STREETS, CHRISTCHURCH, -ON^WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1914, At Half-past Two o'clock. WE have received instructions (in 'conjunction with MESSRS DALGETY and Co.), from the Trustees in the Estate of the late J. A. Mcllraith, to OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above date, the wellknown RIVERSLEIGH ESTATE, - Subdivided into Three Farms, as follows :— LOT 1—577 Acres (Homestead block). This section is subdivided into *14 paddocks wii,h about 30 acres rich cattle grazing land, 55 acres are in turnips, 28 acres ,in oats, stubble, balance in grass. •.' The improvements consist of brick homestead of 7 rooms, bath, h. and c. water supply, large wool shed, stables, men's' whare, etc., etc. LOT 2—375 Acres. "Subdivided into 7 paddocks, 175 acres being' rich cattle grazing land, 150 acres in native, 30 >in oats, balance in grass. - ■'■ ■ LOT 3—488 Acres. Subdivided into 7 paddocks, 200 acres being rich cattle 1 grazing! land, 250 acres in native, balance iiHgr'ass. This Estate was one of the early selections- in .the Glentunnel district, and has always been farmed with great care. It is splendidly situated as regards rail, post office, and school, etc. "The properly is an ideal one for dairying, a large propoi'tion being reclaimed swamp, which makes fine summer country, and the undulating hill country excellent shelter during the winter. Each block has been so divided as to give a fair proportion of both classes of land. There is a never-failing water supply, nice plantations about the property, and the gates and fences are in good order. The plans of this subdivision do not show the dividing fences, but full particulars can be obtained at our offices. EAST TERMS.. EASY TERMS. 10 per cent, on fall of hammer. \5 per cent, on possession, March 18. 10 per cent, in 12 months. , Balance 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.. LIMITED. 2 413 • Joint Auctioneers. WE SELL THE EARTH. FARMS FOR SALE. NOW I& THE TIME TO BUY. . Socure the Benefits of Good Crops and Fat Prices for.Fat Stock. Here are a few of the Farms which we will be giving away during the next few weeks. h\ 188.—550 ACRES, splendid- sheep and cropping. Tw.o good Homesteads, and all Outbuildings. 15 paddocks, all watered; 2 sheep to the acre, besides cropping. £16 per Acre. Easy Terms. ' Just ih& place for two- partners. F. 160 1400 ACRES, handy 'to rail- { way and' township. 20 paddocks watered. Winter 2000 ewes and fatten lambs. A snip at £9, with £1000 cash, balance 7 years, 5 per cent. Nothing better. F. 246.—50 ACRES, heaviest land County, and close Ashburton. Tip-top Buildings; good cultivabion. ( £45 and the best of Terms can be- arranged. F. 159.—950 ACRES, handy Methven, 20 paddocks all watered. Good buildings. Excellent gracing, cropping, and fattening country. Carries every year 1350 ewes, 35 head cattle, 12 head horses, besides 250 Acres Crop. Through ill-health owner retiring. MUST BE SOLD. A Gift at £16. Crops in, and any terms will be given to good man. Just work this out! F. 247.—75 ACRES, excellent cropping and dairying country. In. splendid cultivation, and looking well 1.. Firstclass Buildings. 'An Al Dairy Farm. £35 per Acre and £500 cash: A good start. F. 147.—1100 ACRES of sheep coun-! try, Ruapuna. New Buildings. Got 1 Acres in English Grass. Balance ■in tussock. -Carries 1250 Ewes and fattens lambs. For every 100 Acres of tussock broken equals 200 more ewes. £8 10s, and £1000 cash, or even le?s deposit. A rare chance. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., ; LAND SALESMEN. * H. A. LLOYD. CLEARING SALE AT MAYFIELD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1914. I HAVE received instructions from ; Mr John Payne, to hold a com- j plote CLEARING' SALE on .the above date, as follows:— 150 Crossbred Ewes (full mouthed) i 200 Fat and Forward- Lambs 60 Fat Wethers ' I 6 Rams 3 10-months' Heifers 2 .Fat Cows Chestnut Gelding "Sandy,", 6yrs Bay Mare, "Brisk," syrs Bay Gelding, "Bob," G'yrs | Black Mare "Gipsy," 3yrs Bay Mare, uJean," aged, with foal at foot. Bay Mare, "Kity," aged, with foal at foot. Hack Mare, s and h, very quiet Hack Gelding,- -3yrs (saddle) Unbroken Filly, 2yrs I Yearling Gelding, 2yrs | (Harness and Covers for all Workj ing Horses). . D.F. Plough, S.F. Lever Swamp Plough (Duncan), S.F. Plough (Hornsby), Dray and Frame, Tip Dray, Brake, Reaper and Binder (Massey), Grain and Manure Drill (Grass-Seed Box attached)', Roller, 2 Sets Tine Harrows, 4 and 5 leaves, Blocks, Chains, Trees, etc., Grass-SeeclStripper, 5-Horse Portable JCngine, Chaff-cutter, Saw Bench, Belting, 100-Gallon Tank, 2 Horse-Feeders, Turnip-Cutter, Horse-Gear and Corn Crusher, Drilling; Machine, Vyee, 2 Wheelbarrows, Tools and Sundries. (The Horses are all guaranteed sound and good workers). Sale at 12.30. Luncheon Provided. H. A, LLOYD, 2 328 Auctioneer.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914