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PROPERTY SALES.

j At the conclusion of the stock sale i< at Methven yesterday the National i Mortgage and Agency Company offered • by auction, on account of Mr E. J. ' i j Voice, his farm of 100 acres on Mount \ | fiutt Road. The property was passed' > idn. I Mr Charles Lamb's farm of 343 acres, j which was offered at auction by the , I New Zealand Farmers' Co-op, at the conclusion of the Methven stock sale, was also passed in. At the land sales in Christchurch to-.' ; day Messrs Dalgety_ and Co. report^ hiivins sold Messrs Henderson Bros.' V Belmont farm, Methven, containing 446. - acres, to Mr Denis McKcndrv. at £86 per acre. The Springfield farm, containing 234 acres, situated near Mefchven, was purchased by Mr John Hyland, the price p*iid being £34 15s per acre. i'he Balrazie estate, comprising 1431 acres, situated at Rakaia, was passed in. Instructed by the! Public Trustee in. the estate of the late Thomas Jones, the National Mortgage and Agency Company offered by auction in Bullock's Arcade to-day 10G acres in the Sea field district. The farm was purchased by Mr C. S. Alingion at ,£7 15s per acre. _ i ;.- ' The* property, containing 35 'acres, in Ailentbii, offered by the National Mortgage and Agency Company, in conjunction with H. Matson and Co., on account of Misses McDonnell, was • passed in.

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PROPERTY SALES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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PROPERTY SALES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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