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"'■; AUCTION SALE..QF:" .^ B THE GOKDON^OWNS ■ jj .. .."'BDH-,' , ' , >,^ By order of the Mortgagees. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ) — '— -','■"■ - - ' MB-SRS BHARP k ;s6NS;bave received icptnictiorm from' the Mort- .: 1 gageeitoßellbyfublioAuotfoD, \: . j.' At their Booms, Hardy-street, s c Oa SATURDAY, 28th August, lß97, c ' at Noon, . , c Jfce "holeof the GORDON DOWHS SHEEP RUN, containing B^6o Acres of , FREEHOLD, 480 Aorea of DEFERRED PAYMENT Laasehold, and 197 tores of Leasehold, only having a short time to' ' ran. togetftsr with the Buildings and -" j a Further particulars in a future issue, v c SHABP tSONS, > Anctioneera. i — — : : — •-.'■ I* - i .. ! AUCTION SALE OF / { FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. * ]\yfESSR9 BHarT* SONS have; re- . Xjl ceived instructions to sell by Pafalio ' Auction, On account of MR HICSB PARKER, ' At his Farm. Stoke, On WEDNESDAY, Aognst 18th, 1697, •t I p^L, FDRNITUttE, Etc. 1 Jockey stove, ki'ohen. table, crockery, jam.jom jars, tabs, bedeteade, waahboards, newchdrn, ohairs, tables, oheat drawere, iron boiler, olooks, garden tools, D.B. gnu, ' teases, plough chains, waahstands, . books, ' pictures, blankets, pillows, camping tent, 6 X Cow c 1 Heifer Calf . c SHARP & SONS. Auctioneers; FORJSALE. A FARM AT THE MOUTEBE. c 1%/rESSRa BHARf &SONS have rea XtLL ceived instructions to sell by Privoce Treaty the FARM situate at the Moncere, now in the occupation of Mr Philip Beet, comprising 900 sores (more or' Ute), together with the builuingß, stable, etc , thereon. There are about 130 acres of rich Bwunp land, all of which has been ploughed and laid down in English & grasses. , For further particulars apply to SHABP * SONS. - . i ' 9 ' TOJLET. rHE HOUSE in Bridge-attest East lately occupied by Mr Cloustoa. SBARP k SONS. FOR, SALE. A BARGAIN lEIGHT-HOBSE POWER Portabl ENGINE in good order, made n ton and Shuttleworth. , Apply to SHARP k SONS !. IATIQKAL I FIRE & MARINE !' INSURANCE COMPANY ~ ' OF NEW ZEALAND. Capital ... ... £2,000,000 - Paid Up Capital ... £194,00 Country Agent— Wh. COLEMAK SHARP & PONS, Chief Agents. FOR SALE OR 10 LET .. — ¥ ' ' „£-",.,■> c rpHE "LIMES," Collingwood^itreet, c X lately oocnpied by Mr Gilbtrt. The House contains 8 rooms, and has gas and water laid on. Ka&y terms for purohaae price and rental low. ' . X Apply to SHABP &SOK3. -FOK SALE » CHEAP, CITY BUILDING ALLOTMENTS £ XJIRONTAGE3 to Goilingwood-atreet . J X Halifax-street, and New-street. ,[ Apply euly to SHABP & SONS. i for^aleT^ QQQ ACRES of LAND, DOVBDALB _ tJKJjU 60 Acres of which are etumpe and ploughed, 2 Acres in Hops, 40 ' of Bußh (rimu and biroh), and the balai. ' laid down in English Grasses. . Ring Fenced and subdivided into 9t Paddocks. Nine>roomed HOUSE, Bat*. Stable, and Hop - Kilm ' Carrying 60S Sheep, 20 head Cattle,»nd 4 Horeeaf Fal partianlarß can be obtained from ; SHABP & SONS / , Auotioneei FOR BALE. ) npHE HOUSE at present in tha oooa A pation of MRS GIBBS; ia quite new, and has % Veranda on three aideni It . - oontaina eight rooms, with bath room, j=i Bonllery, and wash house. Also copper a t dairy, and other conveniences. ..There are also a vinery, large ooaoh . ■ house, Btable, workshop, and many other conveniences, the whole quite new. and perfeot order. a, The land isj completely fenced and . ■8) divided— -wo aoreß ptddook and one sort '• «- laid out in garden and shrubbery. *■ Fullparticulare from. ; -.■ - . . SHARP & SONS, ' . I>Md Agents. * SALE OF LAND. 3 MOUTEBE, ' d. C* HARP k SONS have received instrao O tious to sell Privately, '' ■ , o ro 100 40RE8 Or? LAND, parfebf Fee. w tions 122 and 172, Upper j out ere, with 70 .- Crossbred Sheep, 4-roon:ed Houae, Diirj - d, and Outhouse. V '" : -.' ' v For partioulaiß'apply to. . \. •- . , ' : id ISHARP & SONS, " is . -. Anotioneera ".: -^ S TO SHEEF FARMERS, v By €L f\t\C\ ACRESJOE FRBBBOiiDV -:■ i , f DiUvU LAND;,moßtly:lownfl iB " s dulating hiliß. with rioh" river flats, 'iruis"-;!'' 5 D> Property is offered in^lotvt^s'ni|!''pu.-F"ia : -: chasen, and a< large? J proportt6ri'jioi ii'=thg^ *• money can rarrmin at l«i'Mw»*»;t«.."Q|,?iitee? 'i : - '-3 ™ estt Fntt partioulars can be obteuie?; : from " '•- ' ' -'-*-*i - : , "'-■''*- -";'.-.-■-* - '-i •n ■■■ ■! .- 1 A-I ; ,BXvIUJLS.,-V:'r.^ s >.'r;-,V( ( - ) f^S; Ja f I 1"*- 1 ;uesu»W(i 'Gentlemia V'^Omn^^^lu m. at ;pr^n^<^i^^|cP^^^i|| '•^ Bedayijflb^'W'BnTOD^ viA itaSu i2^ * v

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XXXI, Issue 178, 29 July 1897

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