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AUCTIONS. JONES. McCROSTIE CO.. LTD. preliminary notice, auction sale of practically new OAK FURNISHINGS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30th, at 1 p.m IN OUR ROOMS, Comer Caehel and Man chostcr streets, on account of a Client, who has left for the "West Coast. Pull tail* m lat-or issue, JONES McCROSTIE COiffAXY LTD., 7< 4 3 C. E. JONES, Auctioneer. NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY COMPANY OF X.Z.. LTD. NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CO OP NEW ZEALAND, LTD. IMPORTANT SUBDIVISION OP FREEHOLD LANDS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Sth, 1919. - BULLOCK'S ARCADE. 2 p.m. THE NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CO. OF LTD., favoured with instructions from li. F. J. GRIGG, Esq., "Akaunui," EIFFELTON, will SELL as "above, 3088 ACRES 3085 FREEHOLD LANDS, Situate EIFFELTON and LOWCLIFFE, Briefly described as follows: 294 ACRES, joining' Surveyor's road and extending along new Windermere road, to be sold in blocks as under: Lot 1: 94 ACRES. Lot 2: 103 ACRES. Lot 3: 97 ACRES. Each block is in two paddocks, well watered and fenced. Nearly all in young' grass (Rye and "Western Woltbs). This is all exceptionally heavy land, specially suited for wheat growing or dairying. Is only 2 miles from Creamery and 10 miles from Ashburton Cheese Factory. 2794 ACRES, adjoining Lowcliffe School and Post Office, and bounded by the Hinds-Coldstream, ColdstreamLowcliffo, Poplar, and Pye'a roads. In blocks as under: Lot 4 : 404 ACRES. Lot 5 : 230 ACRES. Lot 6: 315 ACRES. LOT 7. 608 ACRES. Lot 8 : 526 ACRES. ■ Lot 9: 711 ACRES. These sections are all well grassed, fenced, and watered, and are beet described ea REAL HEALTHY SHEEP-REARING and FATTENING LAND, capable of carrying li SHEEP PER ACRE. They are all roaaottably subdivided, and the fences are in splendid order. Subdivided into 8 paddocks, all in good permanent young pasture. Buildings comprise good comfortable cottage, outbuildings, and sheep yards. NOTE—Lota 4 to 9 (inclusive) are all within 5 to 7 miloa of Hinds Township and Railway. TERMS—The terms for "this sale are exceptionally easy: 5 per cent, caeh, 10 per cent in one. month, 5 per cent in 3 years, balance in 5 years. Interest 5J per cent. Intending purchasers can with confidence apply for full particulars of this eubdivisioiv, as it is not merely advertised, but is for BONA FIDE SALE. Plans on application to NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCI CO. OF NEW ZEALAND, LTD. 17 068 Ashburton. NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CO. OF N.Z., LTD. HARVEST, 1919. We are Booking Orders for ANDREWS BINDER TWINE, ANDREWS BINDER TWINE, A Twine of Quality, Evenly Spun, Extra Good Lengths. CORNSACKS. CORNSACKS. "yyß can give immediate delivery, or will * book for delivery ex ship. We request clients to hook, their requirements as early as possible. FARMERS' REQUISITES. . FARMERS' REQUISITES. We stock everything essential to the carrying on of a farm. NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CO. OF N. 3., LTD., Christchurch. Agents at: LEESTON, LITTLE RIVER, CULVER-DEN-WAIAU, AMBERLEY, DAR. FIELD, and RANGIORA. N6486-56J6 ANDERSON AND PALMER. ANDERSON AND PALMER. J. GEORGE ANDERSON, Late Auctioneer, Valuator, and Buyer for Harris Bros. DAVE P. PALMER, Late Strange and Co., 30 years' Australasian experience. General Auctioneers, Assessora, Hotel Probate Valuators, Land, Estate, and General Commission Agents 633-035 COLOMBO STREET, Between Liciifield and Tuam streets. Premises lately occupied by h. M. Isitt, Ltd. rpHH Brightest, Cleanest, and moat ComA- modious Auction ROOEI3 in Christchurch.' Send your goods along for ample display and top prices. We carry a largo stock of New and Second-hand Furniture. If you wish to have an AUCTION SALE of your Effects we have 17 years' experience in conducting Auction Sales, so you may rely on expert handling. We conduct Outdoor Saks in Town or Country. If you have not time to Sell ty Auction we will give you Best Market Prices and pay SPOT CASH. We will do bur best for everyone—we can't do more. Wo are starting out to make a business on lronos;>• and a good rime, po w© solicit yottr suppoH. Telephone 2183. Box 769. LEASE OF FARMS BY TENDER. ESTATE OF LATE JAMES GAMMACK, SPRING STON. T'HE TRUSTEES of the JAMES GAMMACK XKUST invite Tenders for the Leasing of EIGHT FARMS at Sprin<'ston for u period of 21 years, to commence from the Ist day of April, 1919. The farms comprise the following: — ! A. R. P. Lot 1 .. .. 201 0 0 Lot 2 .. .. 402 037 Lot 3 .. .. 200 01C Lot 4 .. .. 243 2 1 3 ' Lot S .. .. loc 015 Lot C .. .. IS7 0 7 Lot 7 .. •• ICI 2 5 Lot S .. 91 031 ( Plans of the above Farms end Conditions and Forms of Tender, may be obtainod at the oflicc of Messrs Duncan, Cotterill and Co. , Solicitors. Chriotchurch, or from Mr Henry Kime, of Spingston, Builder, where the terms of Lease may also be inspected COMPENSATION FOR IMPROVEMENTS ErecU-d by New Tenants, with consent of ' Trustees, at any tm,e during term of now lease. Sco terms o' Lease. Tenders close at the office of the umlor lIFARY, 1, 1919°" V ° E thG ISUI dSy FEB" DUNCAN, COTTERILL and CO *\r t> o •i J So!lCl }f rs , f ? r tho Trustees. ; A.M.P. Buildings, Cathedral square, Christchurch. ' gjgg 1 Clothing—Mrs Meagher, Cash Buyer of Gents' Mia»it3, Boot 3, Trunks j Portmanteaux, alco LaJiee' and Cbildren'« 1 Clothing. 123 Lower High street. Letters 1 promptly attended to. Telephone No. 357 a

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Press, Press, Volume LV, Issue 16424, 18 January 1919

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