AUCTIONS. "~~ PYNE AND CO. "~ TATTERSALL'S. thislday. SATURDAY, MAY 22nd, 1897. Sal* will Commence at 11 o'clock sharp. Advertised Lots at 12. Aocount Mr J. R. Junes (who it fi»ing op contracting), 1A FIRST-CLASS HARES and GELDINGS, ■*•" broken to all farm work. Trials. Account Client, BAT GELDING, 6 yis, stands 16 hand*, by Total Eclipse, dam Lady Bird 11., by Perkiu War beck, broken to saddle and harness. Trial. Would make a Bret-class hunter. Also, THE TROTTING MARE ECLIPSE, 3 yrs, by Burlington—Regina, by Berlin, broken to •addle and harness. Trial. PRESENT ENTRIES INCLUDE— B GELDING, Fisherman, a fast trotter, wtH known on the tuii. rjf\ HEAD <a VARIOUS DESCRIPTIONS. P7VE and CO.. 7te ■ Auctioneers. TAT TEESALL'S, i THERE WILL BE NO SALE OK SATURDAY NEXT, MAY 29th, ON ACCOUNT of the MIDWINTER SHOW. . 990 PYNE and CO. SALE BY AUCTION Of one of the FINEST' PROPERTIES ON THE PENINSULA. PYNE and CO. have received instructions from A. C. Knight, Esq., to ' SELL. BY AUCTION, AT MR GHAS. CLARK'S LAND SALEROOMS, HEREFORD STREET, HOT AT THEIR WOOL STORE As previously advertised, > ox SATURDAY, MAY 29th, i At 12 noon, HIS MAGNIFICENT PROPERTY KNOWN AS "TIKAO," SITUATED AT BARRY'S BAY. . IT COMPRISES 888 ACRES OF FREEHOLD LAND On the WEST SIDE OF AKAROA HARBOUR, With 107 chains frontage on the harbour. It is divided into FIFT XX N PADDOCKS, With water in each, aud 100 acres are ptaugbable* . The whole farm Iβ carrying. a good sward. of cocksfoot and permanent grasses, and is in firit-ctaes orper in every way. THE IMPROVEMENTS Comprise AN EXCELLENT HOUSE OF FIFTEEN ROOMS, With bathroom, 4c, 4-roora Cottage, Dairy, Washhouse, Wool*hed,' Shearers' Hut, Stables, Implement Sheds, and other Sheds, Concrete Dip, 4 sete Sheep Yards, good Orchard and Garden. TERMS OF SALE VERY EASY. - For further particulate apply to PYNE and CO., 129 Auctioneers. ... ■' .-..' i. '. ■' -.' A. P. TUTTON. RANGIORA CENTRAL GRAIN, SEED and PRODUCE MART. TUESDAY NEXT, MAY 25th. Q KINS, HIDES, and FAT, at U. 30. HORSES, DRAYS FARM IMPLEMENTS Grain, Seeds, aod Produce of all descriptions. A. P. TUTTON , , 966 Auctioneer, Rangiora. RANGIORA. SALE OF PROPERTIES - In the Estate of ths , LATE MR SMITH HOWARD. TUESDAY, MAY 25th, 1897. Tlyffß A. P. TUTTON has been favoured with JjJ. instructions from the Executor to SELL, on tbe above date, ALL THAT PROPERTY. Situate on , THE WOODEND ROAD, RANGIORA, Comprising 47 ACRES 13 PERCHES, being part £.S. 444, and 20 ACRES rich LAND situate NORTH BROOK, RANGIORA, being B.S. 1023. Sale at 3 p.m., at Mr Bass's Saleroom. The above properties are suitable either for dairying, gardening, or cropping purposes, all in ftret-class order and condition, and this presents a rare chance to secure properties of this kind so close to Rangiora. A. P. TUTTON, 574 ' Auctioneer. Rangiora. RANGIORA, SALE OF PROPERTIES. IN THE ESTATE OF THE LATE MR SMITH . HOWARD. TUESDAY NEXT, MAY 25th. itflTß A. P. TUTTON has been favoured with JjfJL instruction* lrom the Executor to SKLL Oα the above date, ' ALL THOSE PROPERTIES " Situate on tbe . WOODEND AND NORTHBROOK RdADS, Respectively, vut, ■ ' ... ... Lot L;• ••' ... 20 ACRES RICH LAND, situate on Northbraok road, Rangiora, being R.S. 1023. Lot 2. 47 ACRES 13 PERCHES, being Part R.S. Nβ. 444, situate on the Woodend road, Rsagiom, and adjoining the resideHce ofMrWm, Bass. Sale at 3 p.m., at Mr Buss's Salerooms. t Tie above mentioned properties are first-dan rssi* densial sites. The soil is suitable either for dairying, gardening, or cropping purpose*. AH in Int-due order and condition. > This presents a. rare chance to secure properties of tek kind so ctoee to Rangiora. ■ A. P. TUTTOH, : 965 " Auctioneer, RangJom. raELDeiNABY NOTICE.. TkMTt Ay P. TDTTON baa received inttroctioae iJI from the Trustees of the Estate of tbe fete WiQiMB Vaugnan to SEf I* AT SEFTOW. At as Earl v Date to be Fazed, The Whole of tint VALUABLE AND WELL-SELECTED FBRNITOBE At present in tbe residence of tbe late William Vaogb*n,at Sefton. A. P. TUTTOSr, " 964 : Auctioneer, Rajgfara. AVK 40 per cent, by using WaHcert Vegetable Syrup. It more thaa equals any imported t raeriicioe for all complaints arising from. a disordered liver. »«tK)^aigbiitdTwaertmto,Gbri*t*liUreb.
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 5, Press, Volume LIV, Issue 9733, 22 May 1897
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