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THE VALETTA ESTATE

SUBDIVISION SALE

FURTHER BLOCKS DISPOSED

In connection with the subdivision of the Valotta Estate, which took place on Saturday, tho following are the particulars, of; a number of blocks which have been sold privately since they were put up by auction and were not disposed of■■:.—

Lot 2, containing 433 acres 23 perches and Lot 3, containing 47.0 acres 3 roods 14 perches, were sold to Mr George Maefarlane, of Ashburton.

Lot 9, containing 269 acres 2 roods 11 perches, and Lot 10, containing 275 acres 1 rood 7 perches were sold to Mr H.S. Richards, junior. Lot 14, containing 463 acres 8 perches, lot 15, containing 463 acres 3 roods 2 perches, and Lot 16, containing 921 acres 2 roods 30 perches; were sold to Mr E. B. Newton, of " Chafinoss," Willpw-by

Lot 17, containing 563 acres J> J was sold ■ to Mr George Harrison, of Anama. • : .

Lot .20, (Containing 37 acres 3 roods 21 perches.-was sold to Mr J; Brown, 'bf'Mayneld. ; v : , , ..: ■

In the report of the sale on Saturday it 1 was stated that Mr T. B. Richards, of Valetta, had purchased the homestead block (Lot I).>. This was incor-rect;.-/;Mr-''JEI. ; S. Richards, junior, .was ;the .buyer.,;.'.. . ■■• , ■..'"•"■ "'" -f' f v

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THE VALETTA ESTATE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914

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THE VALETTA ESTATE Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8813, 9 March 1914

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