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LAND AND GENERAL. | __— , DALGETY AND COMPANY, LTD. i j LAND. An old-established Ashburton County Farm for Private Sale. One of the best Grain-producing, and Sheep-f att'eniug Farms in the County. Right alongside Railway Station, Post Office, and School. 770 ACRES , FREEHOLD, in 15 paddocks, with water in each. Splendid stone Homestead, with all con-j veniencoß; large Stableß, Granaries, Smithy, Car Sheds, Dip, and Yards, and other useful Outbuildings standing on the Farm, in good order The whole Farm is sown down in young grasseSj with the exception of an area under Turnips. PRICE—£22 PER ACRE. TERMS-^-£3 PER ACRE IN CASH. A SHEEP RUN—One excellently suited to wofk in with a, farm on the Plains. 2240 Acres, Native tusßOck, in 6 Blocks, securely fenced and ring fenced. New Three-roomed cottage, Woolshed and Sheep Yards. Carrying now 1000 Ewes, but 50 young Cattle are required for the gullies and swamps. Good motor road to the property. PRICE—£3 10s PER ACRE, on VERY EASY TERMS. DALGETY AND COMPANY, LTD. Land Salesmen.

FOR SALE. First-class Private Boarding House (as a going concern), 11 Rooms, \- Acre Best Land, beautifully laid out _a Gardens and Lawns, 5 minutes from East Street. All Rooms occuSied by Permanent Boarders. A splenid opportunity. Easy Terms. Not having sold the following Properties by Auction, I am now prepared to accept any reasonable offer for same::— In the late Annie Shaw's Estate: 9 i-Acre Sections, . South Street, numbers 378/386. 2 i-Acre Sections, Dobson Street. T.S< 341, Kermode Street, with Dwelling 6 Rooms. CHEAP BUILDING SECTIONS. Also;—ln the Estate of the late Estha Lindsay:— T.S. 80, Mona Square, with Cottage and Stable; T.S. 81, Mona Square; each i-Acre. Splendid Building Sections; good locality*

A REAL BABGAIN. J-Acre, Grey Street, with Dwelling 6 Booms, Bathroom, Pantry, Concrete Paths, etc. Only £450. Enquire now re Terms, as at the above Price it will not be on, the market long. HENRY STEPHENSON. AUCTIONEER, LAND, ESTATE & COMMISSION AGENT. J. B. CHRISTIAN. LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. FOR SALE. A very Fine Residence on West Side iqf ..Lttie,^^comprising i-Acre of Land, well laid out with Lawns and Gardens, together with "nearly New Modern House, of 7 Large Rooms, with every Ejssible convenience, including Electric ight; also, Motor Shed. Immediate possession can lie given, and a very low price is asked for a quick sale. Easy terms arranged. FOR SALE. Nearly New House of 4 Rooms (plastered), with Bathroom (Porcelain Bath), Pantry, and Scullery, H. and C. Water, Service, Electric Light and Gas Ranges; also, Detached Washhouso and Motor Shed; This is an exceptionally cheap property, and the Purchaser can shift in at once. ' FOR SALE. Two of the Nicest Bungalow Houses in Ashburton, comprising 5 rooms and all Conveniences. We are in a position to offer excep-. tionally easy terms for all Properties on our Books. •'■■■•■• :iJ B. CHRISTIAN.

ALL SPORTS INVITE YOUR CAMERA. '■ ' - TN every game.' tliere is an interesting incident that only photography can make permanent. Whichever way you turn, you see soenes and incidents that make you long for a KODAK. Why not get one to-day. Kodak's from 40b, Brownies from 10s, No. 00 Primoe 6s. R. TpTTV, CHEMIST.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9576, 3 April 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9576, 3 April 1919

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