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D^LCETY AND COMPANY. LTD. m I N W A L D S-.A R D S. I '-TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 8. '■ Special. Entries:— .xi c. -'-■■/. ;■ ■ ■ .■•'•■ 36!'2;y'r and'S-yr-old Steers; a good • line' ' !■ 484.£qund-mouth 3-bred Ewes, sta- ■ „ tion line.. ..... ... DALGETY AND CO., LTD., •4 H7 Auctioneers. IMPORTANT PROPERTY SALE. BY PUBLIC AUCTION. IN DALGETY'S LAND SALEROOM, I CATHEDRAL SQUARE. SATURDAY, APRIL 12, At 11,30 a.m. MESSRS DALGETY AND CO., LTD., have been instructed, owing to the'death of Messrs John E. Henderson and Andrew Henderson, tc offer by Public Auction, as above^ tht whole of the Properties owned: bj Messrs Henderson Bros.^. Methven, including the Famous:-- _ BALRAZIE ESTATE, RAKAjIA, Comprising 1431 ACRES first-class cropping and grazing land, conveniently subdivided and well roaded. This- Property is well-known as,some of the' Best wheat-growing and fattening land in Canterbury, and is well adapted for dairying, beautifully sheltered by numerous plantations, and 16 well watered by races. The Property will be offered in 6/7 Blocks, as under :-— HOMESTEAD BLOCK, 475 ACRES. with up-to-date dwelling of S rooms, with all conveniences, telephone,? etc. Grounds are nicely planted and laid out, good orchards, in fact, a very desirable home. The outbuildings are good and substantial, comprising stables, car sheds, implement sheds,, woolshed, dip, etc., > etc. I LOT 2—198 ACRES. 2 ROODS. LOT 3—297 ACRES LOT 4—163 ACRES LOT 5—210 ACRES LOT 6—57 ACRES LOT 7—31 ACRES Plans are now being prepared, which will show the present condition of the land. ! BELMONT FARM. 1 446 ACRES good rich land, conveniently subdivided into 12 paddocks, and is well watered by County races. This is also considered to be one of the best cropping and fattening properties in the district. It is well situated, being only a few miles from the Methven township, railway, saleyards, etc. The buildings are substantial and I up-to-date, comprising house of 8 rooms; and all necessary farm buildings. The Farm is at present in good heart, and everything m first-rate order. ' • V • . SPRINGFIELD FARM. 234 ACRES good heavy-cropping land, originally part of the well-known Springfield Estate, Mefchven. The buildings comprise cottage, stables, etc. NOTE.—The surviving brothers an»l Trustees have placed these Properties on the market for absolute sale, and we recommend those in search of land not to miss this opportunity of acquiring some of the best land in Canterbury. The Terms are exceptionally easy, and will be advertised later. FENDALTONJPROPERTY. 5 ACRES real good land, subdivided into several small paddocks, very suitable either for dairying or cutting up. ; •■•■ It is'^nicely situated on the Wairarapa Rx>ad North, one of the best parts of Christchurch. There is aa up-to-date house of? six rooms, conveniences, and numerous outbuildings. All the Properties will be offered separately on the above date, commencing at 11.30 a.m. Further particulars in the meantime may be obtained from— DALGETY AND CO., LTD., . ■ ;■ ! Auctioneers. DUNCAN, COTTERILL AND CO., Solicitors, Christchurch. AUCTION SALES. MOUNT SOMERS SALEYARDS. MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1919. THE ASHBURTON ASSOCIATED AUCTIONEERS will offer at the above Fixture:— 700 £-fored Ewe Lambs (good line) 150 l-bred Wether Lambs 200 S.M. £-bred Ewes ASHBURTON ASSOCIATED , AUCTIONEERS. TINWALD SALEYARDS. TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1919. THE ASHBURTON ASSOCIATED AUCTIONEERS win offer at the above Fixture;— 1600 Fat Lambs 1100-' Fat Ewes ' 500 S!M. £-bre4 Ewes (guaranteed) 300 SJVI. Ewes 500 F. and F.M. Merino Ewes 250 Forward $-bred Ewes 200 2-tooth Ewes . 150 4-tooth *-bred Ewes 300 M.S. Lambs 4 Head Fat Cattle 5 Head Prime Fat Cattle 3 Springing Hoifers ASHBURTON ASSOCIATED AUCTIONEERS.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9579, 5 April 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9579, 5 April 1919

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