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HENRY STEPHENSON. AUCTION SALE. THURSDAY, MARCH 12. PROPERTY, BUILDERS' .PLANT, TOOLS, Etc. UNDER instructions from Messrs Brown and McDonald, Builders, who are dissolving partnership, I will sell (in conjunction with Messrs F. Ferriman and Co.), on the Premises, Havelock Street East— T.S. 1177, comprising £-ACRE. . On which is erected a Large Workshop 30 x 36, and New Stable, Trapshed, Store-room, etc., 36 x 14. The Workshop is in first-class order, built on a good foundation, and could be easily shaped into a Dwelling at very little expense. This Property is also situated in the best locality. The Plant which I will sell at the same time, comprises a Quantity of Tools, Timber, Nails, Hinges, Grindstones, Mortice Machines, etc. , 1 Spring Dray. 1 Spring Cart Horse and Harness. 1 Rustic Cart. 1 Gig, etc. Fuller particulars later. ;i :,Sale at -2. p.m. HENRY STEPHENSON, 310 , >T f Auctioneer. FRUIT SEASON, 1914. TEVIOT FRUITS. TEVIOT FRUITS. PEACHES, < APRICOTS, NECTARINES, PLUMS, ETC., Having made fresh arrangements with A. Birch, H. Bloxham, and others, I am now receiving regular consignmente of Peaches, Apricots, Plums, etc., etc;, direct from their Orchard, Teviot. Fruit from the above Growers is the finest on the market, and their grading and packing can be relied on. There being no second handling, I am in the position to sell at the LOWEST PRICE for Cash. Don't be disappointed this ■ season. Book your Orders early. Country Orders promptly attended to. PEACHES, APRICOTS, PLUMS, Etc., for Dessert, Jam, or Bottling. When Ordering by Letter be sure and state what quality you require. AUCTION SALES of Fruit, Poultry, Produce, Pigs, Cattle, Furniture and Sundries every SATURDAY, 1 p.m., and privately through the week. CLEARING SALES arranged in town or country at Lowest Rates. HENRY STEPHENSQN, AUCTIONEER, LAND AND .' "STATE AGENT. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSCN. HORSE FAIR. /~\UR Next Monthly Horse Fair will be held on FRIDAY,. MARCH 13, 1914. We are now booking Entries for this fixture. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., •3 42 ■■ Auctioneers. WE SELL THE EARTH. FARMS FOR SALE. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. Secure 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, i , F. 188.-^550 ACRES, splendid sheep and cropping. Two good Homesteads, and all Outbuildings. 15 paddocks, all watered; 2 sheep to the acre, besides cropping. £i 6 per Acre. ' Easy Terms. Just the place for two partners. F. 160.—1400' ACRES, handy to railway 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 bettor. F. 246.—5Q, ACRES, heaviest land County, and close Ashburton. Tip-top Buildings; good cultivation. £45 and the best of Terms can bo arranged. F. 159.—950 ACRES, handy Methven, 20 paddocks all watered. Good buildings. Excellent grazing, 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 I F. 247.-75 ACRES, excellent cropping and dairying country. In splendid cultivation, and looking well. Firstclass Buildings. An Al Dairy Farm. £35 per Acre and £500 cash. A good start. F. 147.—110 ft, ACRES of sheep country, Ruapuna.j New Buildings. 650 Acres in English Grass. Balance in tussock. Carries 1250 Ewes and fattens lambs. For evory 100 Acre's of tussock broken equals 200 more ewes. £8 10s, and £1000 "cash, or even less deposit. A rare chance. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LAND SALESMEN. LAND AND GENERAL. TO LET. Shop, conveniently situated in Burnett Street. Rooms in Tancred Street, opposite His Majesty's Theatre. Offices centrally situated in Somerset Buildings, recently occupied by Dalgety Wd • Company. . T . BULLOCK , [ . ■ ■ _. SEPARATOR Oi I—The Sped al brand recommended, by all the leading ' butter makers, at Is per bottle. Guaranteed free from any impurity.—John j Orr and Oo.'s East Street Store. 1 76

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914

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