Auctions. THURSDAY, 7th APRIL. At 12 o'clock. At the Pound, West Taieri. STORE EWES. mRIGHT, STEPHENSON, and CO., " * have received instructions from C. W. Chapman, Esq., to sell by auction, at the Pound, West Taieri, on Thursday, the 7th April, at 12 o'clock, 2000 * u^ mou * ne^ ewes ( n one broken) In lots to suit purchasers. 26m lost. £2 RfciWARD. T OST or STRAYED, from the Upper -S-^ Taieri, about 27th December, 1869, one Chestnut Horse, branded D off shoulder, white star on forehead. The above reward will bo paid to any one de ivering the same to Mrs Potter, Upper Taieri, or to A. Murray, Storekeeper, Serpentine. O O REWARD.— Lost, from the Waitaki, a Brown Bay Gelding, fit for light harness, branded X near shoulder, white streak down face. Address Post Office. Missing Friends. v IF JAMES DICKSON, native of Ireland, wills^nd his address to Hillsborough Station, Roma, Queensland, he will hear of his Sister, Ann rfharpe, late A. Dickson, who is aaxious to hear from him— last heard of in Ofcago. A DDRESS Wanted of William Noble £*- Sutherlaud, of Glasgow, lately in the employment of Messrs Greig and Turnbull. Any information thankfully accepted. Address, Noble, office of this paper. Tenders. VALUABLE FARM TO LET IN THE EAST TAIERI. fIIENDERS will be Received up to 6th -*■ April, for the Lease of the Farm of the late Wm. Allan, for the term of 14 years, containing 100 acres, all in a good Btate of Cultivation. Tenders to be lodged with Mr John Allan, Post Office, East Taieri, who will show the Property, and give all necessary information. 17m Business Notices. FOR SALE, Cheap, First-class CIRCULATING LIBRARY. Catalogues Furnished. W. H. Walker, George street, Dunedin. FOR SALE, OR LEASE— A RUN of 20,000 acres on the Hawea Lake, partly stocked. Apply to C. W. Roberts, on the run ; or to Bright Brothers and Co., Dunedin. FIRST-CLASS PROPERTY FOR SALE. £71 O R SALE, By Private Contract, A Fine Situated FARM, on the Main North Road, midway between Waikouaiti and Palmeraton, 335 acres, part Freehold and part Leasehold (Educational Reserves), all substantially fenced and divided into paddocks, 110 acres in English grasses, 65 acres twice cropped, and 169 acres unbroken excellent pasture ; together with House, Stables, and Farra Buildings. The quality of the land is good. Plenty of water, and only one mile from the Government Bush Reserve. There is also a Government School on the property, and every convenience and advantage of situation any settler could desire. The Property may be sold in one lot, or " otherwise divided as may be agreed npon. The above is a chance of obtaining a most eligible Farm seldom met with. For terms, &c, apply to C. T. ICK, Waikouaiti. Principals only dealt with.
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Page 22 Advertisements Column 3, Otago Witness, Issue 957, 2 April 1870
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