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auctions. i :.' ." kaiapoi. '' i . ' dureutslestate. * ACRES.J ROODS, «wl 36* PERCHES. WI AUCTION, THURSDAY, NOV. SOth. jXKT BUSS has received instructions from iff,* Alex. Weir, Esq., Attorney for Alfred &ar*tl,» Esq., to SELL at bis Rooms, Rangier*, on THURSDAY, Nov. 80th. at 2 o'clock Iα the afternoon,-' All that rich piece or parcel ot land, situate at Kaiapoi, fronting on Ohoka and Main .. road, Island road, and Coupe's road, ■ ' gftd now in the occupation of' Messrs ; TsSffuWTn Bros, and Mr Baker respectively, whose leases are expiring. Th* land has been subdivided into 4 lots, a* per Plan, to be seen at my Office, viz:— ; Lot 1.—12 acres 0 roods 30 perches Lot X—l 2 acres 1 rood 6 perches Lot 3.—12 acres 0 roods 32& perches Lot 4.—13 acres 0 roods 2S perches TERMS—IO PER CENT. CASH, balanc* on the Ist day of June, 1900, when possession toll be given. NO INTEREST WILL BE CHARGED Sale at 2 o'clock sharp. WM. BUS 9, . OTttL ' Auctioneer. .' FLAXTON AND BYBETON. ~ Xo th» Ettate of the late MR WILLIAM - - J ■ . PEARSON. 486.ACRE FARM BY AUCTION. ' • THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30tk MR BUSS has received instruction* from A. A. K. Duncan, Esq., Agent for the Public Trustee, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCfION, at his Rooms, Rangiora, on Thursday, November 80th, the following PROPERTIES In the Estate of tho late Mr William Pearson, ■itttfcte at Fhucton and Eyreton respectively:— LOT I—2oo Acres, situate at Flaxton, R.S. No. 1683 and 1616, together with the commodious Dwelling-house, luge stables, granary, cart sheds, sheepysrds and dip, etc. LOT 2—236 Acres, aitusto at Eyreton, being ltd. No. 19475 and 19476; no buildings. The fenpes and buildings are in good order and repair. The Flaxton Farm is rich agricultural and pastoral land; the Eyreton Farm snod she»p, turnip land. The following crops W* on the Flaxton Farm, which are given in— SO Acres Wheat, 20 Acres in Oats, 20 Acres prepared for Turnips or Rape, 38 Acres in Clover for Hay, and afterwards for Seed, the ; remainder in permanent pasture. • Sale at 2 o'clock. ' TERMS 10 per cent, cash, balance in two flDOttth*. ~ The Live Stock'and Farm Implements will be Sold on the Thursday after the Sale of Properties, which will be duly advertised. WM. BUSS, 9409 Auctioneer. RANGIORA. PROPERTIES BY AUCTION. , v NOVEMBER SOth. IN addition to the Properties already advertised, the following lots have come to lMaa-— On account of Mr Thoa. White. Lot I—Section of Land, containing 1 rood, witib good β-roomed house, large stable and outbufldines, situate on the north side of High street, near the N.C. Saleyerde. Lot 8— Section of Land, with good shop and dwelling of 6 room*, situate on the corner of Ashley and Edward streets. Br instructions from the Rev. Father Hyland, on account of Bishop Grimes, Section of Land, situate on the east side of Victoria street, opposite the Catholic blWth, Sale at 2 o'clock. , Hβ WM. BUBB, Auctioneer. RANGIORA. •jwrOBTKESBN CENTRAL HORSE FAIR. FRIDAY, DECEMBER Ist. [ 10 HORSES. *jurH BUSS will hold his NEXT SALE of JM.HOBSBS on FRIDAY NEXT, the Ist DECEMBER. When h« will offer, on account numerous Farmers, ■ GOOD PLOUGH TEAMS, _DD_> and LIGHT HARNESS HORSES, UNBROKEN COLTS and FILLIES. SPECIAL ENTRIES: Oα aooount Edgar Jooee, Esq., Patau Pastures, 1 Three-year-old Draught, unbroken 9 Two-year-old Draughts 4 Yitafnngn ■ • (All good sorts, by Sir Garnett). . On account other Client*, 4 Dmught Geldings, juat out of work 1 Dnragbt three-year-old, broken 8 Dxanghb Haras and Geidings 5 Draught Mares and OoWinge Sale at) 12 o'clock. WM. BUSS, 40Q ~ Auctioneer. f CHBISTCHURCH WOOLBROKERS , ASSOCIATION. POSTPONEMENT OF SKIN BAI— Foonaequeuoe of "THURSDAY, the 30ta INST., being declared a HOLIDAY for tbe FLORAL FETE, the SKIN SALE will U bsid on HUDAY, la* DECEMBER, at IJO p.m. CHRISTCHURCH WOOLBROKERS' ASSOCIATION. . G. F. MARTIN, 478 Chairman. _ . P. S. MALCOLM AND CO. " 7. 8. MALCOLM AND CO., TTOUBE AND LAND DEPARTMENT. TO LET. . SYPNHAM—3 rooms, 11s. VtSW BRIGHTON—c rooms and btthroom, 18*. • LINWOOD-* rooms, bath, h. and c, 20s. PAPANUI—7 rooms, 13s fld. St. ALBANS—7 rooms, furnished, 30s. LINWOOD—6 rooms, b*th, to be let for t <* 6 Weeks, furnished, 15s, or unfurnished, . ■ : . .. FOR SALE. BUILDING v SECTIONS. MADRAS STREET. City, near Railway Station—2 nice sections, £86 each. MADRAS STREET NORTH-Good i-acre MttUon. fenced and ready to build upon. IJRWOOD—Very nice building,, section, oompnsinct nearly an acre,-high and dry; price *cry reasonabla MERIVALE—House 9 rooms and all convantatOM, i-acre of ground, stables, etc.; «1060. ARMAGH STREET WEST-Hoos* of 9 looms: iB6O. KT>DmOTOfy-llfw house 6 rooms, bath; .OORDON STREaETT, near Show Grounds— Mnmuteeat house of 7 rooms, a bargain. Bf, ALBANS—S rooms and i-acre; £280. F. S. MALCOLM AND CO., AUCTIONEERS, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, • Colombo street, Chriatohuroh. W. R. HARDING. W. B. Harding.) (W. R. Harding. P 0 R 8 A LB. NORTH i acre section; capital buildinc uU. 102-272 ST. ALBANS-ov.r Sβ acres, ring fenced, and subdivided. Very suitable for catting up. 207-247 Suburban, grand situatwo. S» acres very suitable for sub-division; would double price asked for cutting up. ___ 208-248 jMSW BRIGHTON—Finest section in the district; J acre. Price low and easy terms. 73-269 , NEW BRIGHTON—I acre capital building •ite; very cheap. 73-270 RICCARTON ROAD-Orw 2J ktm; two troatates. 73-264 ST. ALBANS—Over 1 acre, grand building ■ft*; two frontages. 74-273 HEREFORD STREET—Section, capital toildias; site; £330: a real bargiMn. 98-361 PALMERSTON NORTH—7OO acres, all in MMs, ring fenced, house, woolaheds. buildings, etc. 411-400. TXIERTVALE— I acre, good land; wall fenced. '■ 99-264 BURNHAM—I3O acres, very fair land, small house and buildings. 407-391 KAIK.OURA—23O acres, cottage and buildin**. 413-404 Jfon«r advanced oxr mertesc* in large ot small hoi, with special advantagss. ". - W. B. HAEDINO, AeoUoneer, Valuator, Esteto aad Fiaaocial m "'Agent, W Colombo street. ChrisaAttrch, { /ADDINGTON SALEYARDS, : '..jit of WEDNESDAY, th* ■.'■■"Sv!:««» DECEMBER tmng ELECTION BOLLING DAY, NO MARKET will U haM on that day or during that week. ■f T - A. A. M. McKBLLAfit

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Press, Volume LVI, Issue 10514, 28 November 1899

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