AUCTIONS. H. MATSON AND CO. ADDINGTON YARDS. THIS~DAY. TT MATSON* AND CO. WIIX SELL 1100 FAT AND STORE SHEEP Xf\ HEAD CATTLE 60 PIGS SPECIAL ENTRY. Account Chas. Hurst, Esq., 2 TRUCKS SHORN WETHiSRS, first o! season. H. MATSON and CO., 4690 Auctioneer?. HIKWEE YAKDS. H MATSON AND CO. WILL SELL— cOO HOGGETS 100 FORWARD WETHERS. We shall be glad to Receive Farther Entries. H. MATSON and CO., 6636 Auctioneers. SATURDAY, 9th OCTOBER. AUCTION SALE OF HEATHFIELD FARM, Situated at UPPER BICCARTON, subdivided into Four Lots, each about Fitly Acres, as per sale plan. MESSRS H. JIAT3OX and CO. have received instructions from H. F. Gray, Esq., to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, Ox SATURDAY, 9th OCTOBER. At Land S»le Rooms, Cashel street, At 12 o'clock, This SDlendid Property, fronting Kaiapoi and Preb' bleton road, and Kavanagh's road, Upper Riccarton , Hubdivided us per sale plan. Lot I.—About 56 ACRES, with Dwellin#-house and outbuildings. Lot 2.— About 44 adjoining corner block. Lot 3.—About 50 ACRES, fronting Kavanaghs road. Lot 4.—About 50 ACRES adjoining. All watered by water-race, splendid quality of land, in average depth of 12 feet zowl loamy soil. Position is also good, only six miles from the city, handy to Hornby, Islington and Belfast Factories. Terms of payment may be arranged. Ha.The Auctioneers wish to call attention to this sale as being an opportunity to secure a block of firstclass land close to the city. HZ MATSON and CO., 6691 Auctioneers, Land and Estate Agenta. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. LARGE AND IMPORTANT AUCTION OF PROPERTY, SITUATED at SOUTHBRIDGE. ALSO, LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. MESSRS H. MATSON and CO. (in conjunction with Mr F. Jameson) have received instructions from the Executors under the will of the late William Gvahnra, to SELL lsf PUBLIC AUCTION, about the END of OCTOBER, The WHOLE of that well - known Property J>RUMKOSLIN, adjoiiiiii',' the township of Southbridge, within ten minutes' walk of the Railway Station, comprising about 100 acres of excellent Jand subdivided into about twelve uaddocks, all well fenced and watered; about , 135 acres in crop, balance in grass, large plantations, orchard and in srlendid order; g.jod eight-roomed house, stabling, granary, coachhouse and outbuildings. To be offered in ONE LOT, and if not sold, in IHKEfc: BLOCKS, as per Sale Plan. Also, AT AN EARLY DATE, The WHOLE of the LIVE and DEAD STOCK ' now on the Property. ! The Auctioneers call Especial Attention to this Auction; every Lot ia for bona fide-Sale, and theposition of Farm and quality of soil is excellent. Full particulars in future advertisement. F. JAMESON, Leeston I Atiptioneen H. MATSON and CO., Ch.Ch. f Auctioneer* 6687 . WOOL. WE are now MAKING CASH ADVANCES, FREE of COMMISSION, on the ENSUING CLIP. WOOLPACKS, TWINE, BRANDING MATERIAL, &c, Supplied Immediately upon Receipt of Order. H. MATSON and CO., ! feoff Woolbrokera. j FOR SALE, I [■ BY PRIVATE TREATY, In the Estate of John Christie Aitken, deceased, ALL THAT SPLENDID BLOCK, . • having 53ft liin frontage to | LIOHFIELD STREET, CHRISTCHUEOH, | By depth of 155 ft to Right-of-way, with Large and Substantial IRON STORE (Concrete Floor) THKREON, Lately in the occupation of Messrs Voice and Peat. TWO COTTAGES and LAND, < Corner of Edgeware road ami Springfield road; i " H. MATSON and CO., | 6&59 s - Land and Estate Agents., NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OP N.Z., LIMITED. ~~ WOOL FOR LOCAL SALE AND SHIPMENT. mHE NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, MaViny Advances on Large or Small Wool Clips Intended for either Local Sale or Shipment to London, AT TERY LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF INTEREST AND FREE OF COMMISSION. WOOL FOR LOCAL SALE Should be Consigned to . "VIRTUE'S SIDING," CHRISTOnUROH, AND WHEN FOR SHIPMENT " NATIONAL MORTGAGE," LYTTELTON. As Messrs PYNE and CO. act as Brokers for the BALR of OUR WOOLS in the locvl market, clients Will have , the service of thoroughly competent Sales- j men, and the best Stores in Christchurch for Display of Wool. ' . J Wo haye very complete arrangements in London for the disposal of Wool, ami can place oar clients upon the most favourable tyrri , *. , Tiie Company's shipment ;roia the South Island abue last season amountedtc o»v r • 18,000 BALES. WOOLPACKS, SEAMING TWINE, Andall Station Requisites supplied at Lowest Rates Nora.—Wool consigned to the Company at Lvttelton for shipment will be received into the Shaw Savjll and Albion sheds FIIEE of CHARGE. G. P. MARTIN, Manager. Christchurch, September 15th, 1896. ' 5821 P. THOMAS. ! D. THOMAS, (Late Matson, Cox and Co.), A UCTIONEF.R, LAND INSURANCE AND JEX. ESTATE AGK.NT, VAt.t AIOR, j WOOL AND GRAIN BROKER ! ASHBUKTON. LOANS NF.GOTIATEIi WEKKLY SALES of Live Stock TinwAld and A burton respeotivelv FORTNIGHTLY SALES' of Sheepskins, Fat, Hides &(•„ on Friflavs SALES OF WOOL throughout the Season. GHAIN BOUGHT and SOLD on Commission i LKARANCE SALES as per arrangement. AGENT FOR .Matson and Co., Christchurch ! Booth, Macdpnakl and Co., Christchuroh "Maesey Harris R«»i)er and Binder White's Sheep Dip London and Lancashire Insurance Co. Wright, Stcphenson and Co., Dunedio ColoniiU Investment Co., Dunedin . Grahrun's Foot Kot ComoosiUon Planet Jnr. Garden and Field Tools l>. THOMAS. Auctioneer FlSllK WIIIJCWORTn ttKD BOTTLE prepared by X you is the tme genuine article I have used in Lancashire, England, Henry Croasdaile. AH others are counterfeits. E. R. AUpresg, 233 Cushel street W IV you think your case » hopeless, call and see Mr Valmw, whose Remedy cures when all others
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