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AUCTIONS. '' CHARLES CLARK. " MR CHARLES CLARK * (Established XS6I), AUCTIONEER, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, LICENSED LAND BROKER. CASH FOR INVESTMENT in rams of £50 and upwards at Lowest Current Bates. * Houses of every description in Town and Suborbe { to Sale and to Let. 9 MONTHLY CATALOGUE OP PROPERTIES FOE SALS AND TO LET w ' On application or posted free. '. No charge made for advertising in this Catalogue. " 2315 I MONEY TO LEND i|N SUMS UP TO £4500 1 A* 1 3 LOWEST CURRENT BATES. > CHARLES CLARK, , 741 Hereford street -, FOR SALE OR TO LEI. I F£Kl> A L TjTtf EOAD. i TTWWELLING-HOUSE, at present in the occupation U of the Rev. C. Turrell, containing 9 room*, 3 bathroom (hot and cold water service), servaots' offices, washhouse, &c Three-stall stable, coachj bouse, harness room, &c The land baa an area ot I three-quarters of an acre in garden, orchard and paddock. i For full particulars apply to t CHARLES CLARK, j 954 No. 606 Hereford street. I WM. BUSS. } RANGIORA JTORTHEEN CENTRAL STOCK MARKET. TUESDAY, MAY 25th. 1500 FAT and STORE SHJ£Ii:P KQ HEAD CATTLE TO PIGS SPECIAL RNTRT?— ' 400 T ° 50 ° SUKEP « Princ'PaJ'y fat. Sale at half-post ten o'clock. 968 WM. BUSS. Auctioneer. RANGIORA NORTHERN CENTRAL HORSE FAIR. FRIDAY, MAY 28th, And Following Day it necessary. t 200 HORSES. •JIJ-R BUSS will hold hie NEXT SALE on FRIDAY, ItX May 28th, when he will offer from 200 to 240 HORSES, comprising good farm Teams, Unbroken Colts and Fillies, 2, 3 and 4 years old, Tram Horses, Saddle and Light Harness Horses. The above number will include a splendid tine ot 45 horses from Leslie Hills Station, Amuri, on account ot Dancan Rutherford, Esq., and comprising 20 useful Plough Horses 3 and 4 yean old, 25 Tram and Light Harness Horses, broken and unbroken, by ; Specification, Victor and other well-known sites, . really good sorts. NOTICE —In consequence of the large entry coming forward Clients are requested to enter early, as the number may exceed those advertised. All those parties who entered at the last Horse Fair, and came too late in the day to have their hones offered, will come this sale before other lots. Clients from a distance can have Paddock Accommodation the night previous to the »ale if desired, and aa a reminder have your stock in the yard* early, as the SALE MUST START AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP. WM. BUSS, 761 . Auctioneer. FLAXTON. XX ACRE FARM, OO BY AUCTION Ist. "fl/TH BUSS has received instructions from the Jji Executors of the late Mr Henry Yonnff, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at his Rooms, Rangoon, on .TUESDAY, JUNE Ist, AU that nice little FARM of 55 Acre 9, situated at Flaxton, together with the dwelling-bouse and I other buildings thereon. ' Tho land is subdivided into four paddocks, all of which are in grrass. Anyone requiring a small farm 1 of good land in a good position should not lose sight ! of this rare opportunity. Sale at 3 o'clock. Terms at sale. WM. BUSS, 969 Auctioneer. J. THOBNES. [ T H O R N' E si landiauctioneer; house,iland and i ESTATE AGENT, | 91 QUEEN STREET, AUCKLAND. t OWNERS of PROPERTY in AUCKLAND residing 1 in any other part ot New Zealand will find it to their advantage to appoint Mr Thornes as tbeir agent, the , careful management of estates for absentees forming , a special feature of his business. CATALOGUES and PRINTED LISTS of Farm*, ) Land, Houses and Building Allotments supplied on i application. 3 In quoting it will be sufficient to give the number* > only WHANG ARA~TA STATION. ' (38 miles from city.) , fijAQ -ACRES—SHEEP FARM—AII necessary OvfO buildings, sheep dip, large dairy, 3000 gallon concrete tank, hay, cattle, and hn J plement sheds, stables, coachhouse, stock yard ; house, seven rooms. Laud eub- '. divided into seven paddocks, orchard of 2 1 acres, 50 acres felled teatree, 20 acres »j ploughed for crops, remainder in grass. A purchaser further improving the capabilities of the land would double the present price in a few years, all the heavy expense in buildings on a large scale being : provided for. Only £4 per acre, of which £700 cash, and the balance on mortgage would he accepted. [ OPOTIKI-^TAURANGA, AUCKLAND MAIZE GROWING DISTRICT. > A*fQ ACRES-WAlOTAHl—Valuable rich r ££ f O land, unimproved, well watered by i creeks, some swamp easily drained ; plenty growing timber for fencing; a lot of open land immediately available for stock. Taumnga road frontage, and the back open to unsold Crown lands. £500. BOTHWELL PARK ESTATE. qaa ACRES ot this valuable Estate, partly in OVv g™ 3 ' 100 acres' rich swamp land, near '■ creamery and school, all fenced in bat '■ ten chains: 200 sheep now running. No '• building, but a moat valuable choice selection. Access by Waiukn steamer or road from Pukekobe railway station. Price, £2 Ss per acre. £1 PEb"ACBB. KKO ACRES-RODNEY COUNTY-One mite vOa from beach, with frontage to a lake. • Unimproved land, variable in quality; about one-third rich alluvial, one-third nice rolling downs, the remainder broken and ordinary gum land. At present good keep \ for about 100 young store cattle. -There i are 40 acres in bush—punri, kauri, &c Price only £1 per acre, with easy terms. I PABM AT PAPATOITOL (14 miles main road from city.) Iryr- ACRES FIRST-CLASS LAND, with X I*J Dwelling-bouse and *D farm buildings, shedding, 4c.; well 'fenced and tubmvided; rich pasturage. ' ■ The owner, a farming expert, retiring through 31- ---• health, will accept £12 per acre, which ia • Utge concession OB its real value. i Basy terms, aad a large amount of the purchase mossy could be arranged for. J. "THORNES, Land Auctioneer, 91 Queen street, Auckland 1 NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF N.Z., LIMITED. FOB PETVATB SALE. * FABM OF 570 ACBBS, Hartßg a frontage to the Railway line aod within two miles at Ayleebury Station. Laad is k> .excellent heart, not having bees cropped for a number ot yean. ALSO J , FARM OF 249 ACRES, Within easy distance of Kirwee or DarfMd Safe. * - yasds. * Lend nearly aQ in grass. liberal terras of payment, wttk interest at 5 met cas*. Apply to *^ THE NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY OP NBW ZEALAND, LTD., 9669 Hereford street. WB School Wear—We hold a spJendid variety~of Boys' Overcoats, witb capes, to bottea over.— —ek, Bcattie&nd Co. TtXJSt Opened Up—A spleadid Sμ ot Gentlemeni O Bvraiiag Dress Shirts, on« stud feole. uam

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