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LAND ADVERTISEMENTS. W. H. * A. M°G ABnY LAND & FINANCIAL AGENTS, 1 ELTHAM, TARANAKI. i Telephones: Day 13; Night 134, 127. THOMAS KING—LAND SALESMAN. STRAIGHT LEASE. NO GOODWILL. CHOICE DAIRY FASM, 200 ACKES ADJOINING ELTHAM. TERM 5 YEARS. RENTAL £3 PER ACRE. 200 AGRES of extra choice, good quality laud, situated about 2 miles from Eltham, south of the Elthain Road. This is a highly improved property, 16 paddocks, fine boxthorn hedges nearly everywhere, watered by two rams and streams; practically all stumped. I CARRYING CAPACITY 80 COWS APPROXIMATELY. BUILDINGS—-Fine homestead of 9 rooms, bathroom, porcelain bath, hot and cold water, every convenience; another good dwelling of 6 rooms; cart, gig and implement sheds, 2-roomed whare, calf shed, other outbuildings including con- [ creted cowshed fitted with 6-cow | releaser plant and Lister engine. CROPS—24 acres meadow hay, 8 acres swedes, 8 acres soft turnips, 1$ acres carrots, 2J acres mangolds. Nearly all the above will be left ' for"~teii"ant who arrangesß^to"leave an equal quantity at the expiration of his lease, MACHINES and FACTORY SHARES —Use of these given in to tenant during term of lease. Shares are fully »paid up. TERM OF LEASE—S years at a rental of £3 per acre, tenant to pay rates and insurance also, amounting to £70 per annum. NOTE—I 3 acres of the farm are leased at £7 j>er acre; this money becomes the property of the tenant; 2 acres of railway reserve leasehold go with the 200 acres at 15/- per acre. This leaves 189 acres available for dairying purposes. Net cost of this area, including rates and insurance, is £3 Is 6d per acre. Immediate application is advised, as there is a big demand for leasehold dairy farms. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS. (4210) ANOTHER STRAIGHT LEASE. NO GOODWILL. 100 ACRES CLOSE TO ELTHAM. 100 ACRES of very excellent land, about 2 miles from Eltham, south of the Eltham Road; land all ploughed and resown; 9 paddocks; boxthorn fences; watered by stream and ram j CARRYING CAPACITY 50 COWS. TOTAL MILK CHEQUES LAST SEASON £1128 Is 9d. CROPS—4 acres mangolds and carrots, 11 acres ensilage, 8 acres oaten hay; left for use of tenant, who leaves an equivalent amount at end of lease. Use of machines and water-power given in; also right to use sundry implements. Owner may give use of shares also. BUILDINGS—House of 6 rooms, scul- j lery, store room, motor shed, large implement shed, gig and calf sheds, good milking shed. TERM OF LEASE—3 YEARS AT £4 5s PER ACRE. (4211) W. H. ;* A. M CG ARRY ' LAND & FINANCIAL AGENTS, ELTHAM, TARANAKI. Telephones:. Day 13; Night 134, 127. ■ ■ * THOMAS KING—LAND SALESMAN.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XLIV, Issue 0, 25 January 1924

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XLIV, Issue 0, 25 January 1924

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