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CLEARING SALE AT LOWCLIFEE. THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1919. H MATSON AND CO. have » received instructions from MR R. HAWIvE (who has decided to go in exclusively for Dairying), to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE, at his Farm, on the above date, particulars being as follows:— LIVE STOCK— 480 2-tooth Ewes, E.L. Rams put in April 1 5 Draught Mares and Geldfegs, from 3 to 7-yr-old 26 Head Mixed Cattle 20 Store Pigs IMPLEMENTS— Cooper and Duncan. Drill, Duncan Grubber, Duncan 3-furrow Plough, Swamp PTmtgh, Dray and Frame, Tip Dray, Spring J>ray and Frame, Duncan' Disc Harrows^ ©et 5-leaf Harrows, Mas-sey-Harris BfindtM", McCormick Mower (new), Blbofea, Chains, and Sundries. ' •'',.. Sale at 12.30 sharp. LUNC3EON PROVIDED. H. MATSON AND CO., 5 36 Auctioneers. „

0. FKIEDLANDER. "REMINDER. SALE OF SUPERIOR"' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. On account of Hugo Fricdlander, Esq.y o\\ THURSIDiAY, ; >IAY 8. TTNCLUD3SI> in a very Large List of X Sundries are:— Piano (in splendid order). Bedroom Suite, Sideboards.. "1-Size Dining and Billiard Table. Carpets, Writing Desk, Breakfast Room Suite, in Oak. Etc., etc., etc. Noto Time of Sato—l2.3o. DAVID FRIEDLANDER, 5 139 • Auctioneer. IMPORTANT LAND SALE. iOU ACRES AT EALING. To Be Offered For ABSOLUTE SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, ott - SATURDAY, IGth MAY;"' 1919.

DAVID FRIEDLANDER has been instructed by Jsr J. B. - B. OLIVER, to Sell by Auction on the abov<* date, at his WEST STREET 'MART, His Farm, situated 3i-miles from the Ea4ing Railway Station, and containing 1017 Acres'good, sweet sheep country. The- Property is divided into 13 paddocks,, all well watered. .. Fences are substantial and all in good order. Buildings vjcomprise a good four- ■ roomed- House, 5-Stall Stable, Chaff and Implement Sheds, and good Sheep Yarda. 255 Acres newly sown down. 222 Acres sown down last year. Balance in 2 and 3-year-old pasture

The- property has been carefully worked by the present owner, and is in excellent heart. It is an ideal^ fattening farm, and one which should attract the attention of buyers of this class, of country. CERMS:—S Per Cent, on, Deposit. 10 Per Cent, on Possession. 5 Per Cent, in 12 months. Balance in three years. SALE AT 2 p.m. DAVID FRIEDLAND-ER, , 4 43Q Auctioneer. LAND AND GENERAL. r J, B. CHRISTIftN. LAND AND ESTATE AGENT.


A very Fine Residence on West Side of Line, comprising £-Acjre of Land, well laid out with Lawns and Gardens, together with nearly New Modern House of G Large Rooms, with every possible convenience, including Electric Light; also, Motor Shed..

Immediate possession can be given, and a very low price is asked for a quick sale Easy terms arranged.


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 Washhouse.and Motor Sued. ■ ' ■

This : is an exceptionally cheap property, and the Purchaser, can shift -in at once.


Exceptionftlly Nice Bungalow, of 5 Rooms, with all Conveniences, and Sleeping Verandah, opposite Domain, West Side. No reasonable offer refused. FOR SALE. A Very Compact Bungalow^ of 5 Rooms, and aIL Conveniences, including Motor Shed, etc., situated on East Side of Town. Apply— j B CHRISTIAN. J

RAM TYRES.—We made a speciality of this Hue, and fit only t&o Superior! British North Pale Tyreing, which wilj last twice as long as any otter nialcc. A set fitted in afew minutes at Osman's, Heaiandia Cycla Works Buruett Street.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919

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