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Property Sale

Tf SALK OF FARM PROPERTIES. Messrs Wright, Stephenson ami Co(Ltd.), report having recently effected sales of the following farm properties in Otago and Southland t Account Mr David Lawson, Balfour, sections 5,6, 7 and 8, block 3j Black Swamp, containing 896 acres, situated within a mile of St. Patrick's railway station, all fine agricultural land, to Mr Richard Yardley, of Lumsden. Account Mr R. Kennedy, senr., section 187, Hokonui, containing 540 acres, within easy reach of the township of Riversdale, and all good agricultural land in first-class order. Account Mr Colin McDonald, Dipton, his freehold farm on the Dipt on Flat, containing 599 acres, all sweet river flat and fine wheat-growing country, the homestead block of 349 acres going to Mt William Harrison, of Dipton, whose property adjoinss, and Mr Jno. Evans of Dipton taking the other portion containing 250 acres. Account Mr Cleorgc Kennedy, of Springhills, his freehold larm o 2<9 acres 1 rood, in the Forest Hill Hundred, to Mr Windermere Pulley, of South Loburn, Canterbury, and Mr Chas. Morris, Ferndale, Canterbury. Account Mr Win. Muir, jmu, Tuturau, Mat aura, his freehold farm of 152 acres 2 roods 11 poles, all firstclass dairying land, to Mr Jas. Gait, of Mavis B a uk, Mataura. Account Mrs Elizabeth McDonald, Dipton. her freehold farm at Castlerock, contaihing 70S acres, and lying to the north-east of the Castlerock homestead, to Mr T. L. Barnhill, of Castlerock, . Account Mr F. .1- Cook, Edendale, his 1 easc-in-per petu ity farm, being section 118, Edendale, containing 259 acres 1 rood, to Mr John Dunlop, of Pine Rush. This is a very fine little dairy farm dose to the 1 factory. Account Mr David Trevathlau, of Mossburn, his freehold property of 316 acres 1 rood 4 poles, together with the goodwill of an Educational Leasehold of 219 acres, to Mr Alex. Roy, of Stoneytown, Mossburn. Account Mr John McKay of Kam ana, his freehold property of 1165 acres 3 roods 16 poles to Mr Colin McDonald, Dipton, This is a firstclass sheep farm in good order, and in the hands of the purchaser its good reputation should be further increased . Acc o unt Mr Robert Cleave, of A venal part of his Bay Road freehold property, containing 47| acres, to Mr Win. Cawthorue and Wm. Wills, jnr., of Dtvercai’gill. Account trustees of the late Mr Duncan Davidson, 161 acres rich river flat on the banks of the Mata.ura River, near the. Pyramid Bridge, and dose to the Pyramid Dairy Factory. Also another farm of 194 acres in the same locality. Account Mr M. Conconnon, Brydone, his lease and goodwill of section 5, block 9, Lyndhurst, comprisime- 150 acres to Mr Wm. Nicoh of Gore. This is a very nice dairy farm. Account Mr Percy L. Perry, Manuka Creek, his freehold property containing 2100 acres, to Mr A. Boyd, of Waimate. Account Mr R. T. Ccorner, Gore, section 771 block 24, Wairaki Survey District, containing 796 acres, to Mrs McGregor, of Mount Linton. Account Mr E. J. Wright, of Hillend, his lease in perpetuity, section No. 3a, Baniego Settlement, containing 354 acres, to Mr J. K. Wallace, of Waiareka Junction. Account Mr John Hayward, Milton, his freehold farm of 56acres, in the Tokomairiro district, to a South Canterbury client. Account Mr Andrew Moffat, of Warepa, his freehold farm of 431 acres, within easy distance of the Warepa railway station, to Mr R. L. Cross, Greenfield. Account Mrs Annie Moffat, her farm adjoining, of 193 acres, to the same buyer. A very keen demand for properties of all kinds exists just now, and a good many further sales are pending.

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Property Sale, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 15, 27 July 1907

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Property Sale Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 15, 27 July 1907

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