LAND FOR THE PEOPLE. No one need longer exist without a - . 7 ; Freehold. Owing to Numerous and Repeated Applica* tions for Land hi the TOWNSHIP OF WAVEBLEY, WILLIAM TODD has receiyed instructions from the vendors to sell I On SATUBDAY, the 23rd CUBBENT, ; At 7 p.m., The whole of this township, consisting of 249 Sections, containing 2 ACBsa, 1 Acbe, and 1 Half-acbs respectively. As this is an opportunity that will hot occur again of obtaining a good homestead - at a lower reserve than any township offered by the Government, bona fide settlers are invited to inspect, and attend the sale, and all who bay will probably wieh they had; secured more, even as ani_festmentt The township is situated about- twenty, minutes' walk east of Woodend, and ito posi.; tion is unsurpassed as a town site,, being: principally terrace land, with sufiicient bush to meet tbe requirements of settlers. The streets are one chain wide, and give easy ; access to every section. The soil is deep and first-classin quality, and a fraction oftbe labor expended on it that is required to clear bush, would make it capable of growing anything that this climate can produce. As the scenery is varied and picturesque, the locality healthy and convenient to town, by rail or road, it must become popular at an early date for suburban residences. The proximity of the mills will enable any of the employes in that neighborhood to select a hoTae, and the depasturing advantages in the district are greater than in any other place near Invercargill. Full particulars and plans cau be obtained from the auctioneer. Title under Land Transfer Act. Terms at Bale. . d 9 SATUBDAY, 30th DECEMBER, At 12 o'clock. FIRST-CLASS FARM. IX7 ILLIAM TODD has received in- *" structions to sell by public auction in the Exchange — Section 13, Block 3, New River Hundred, containing in all 1 17 acres, 30 acres of which is in Turnip, and the balance English grass, subdivided into 4 paddockf, and surronnded by sheep* proof ring fence. This propeity is oae of the finest in Southland, is well sheltered by Ryal Bush ; ground in good heart, having had two hundredweight of bone dust to the acre ; a plentiful supply of pure spring water ; within 5 minutes' walk of Wilson's Crossing, school, Post-office and Church ; adjoins the properties of Mr H. Wilson and Dr Butler, and directly opposite Mr Crosbie's. Inspection specially invited, Title — Land Transfer Act; Terms— £2oo, cash ; £200 in six months balance in two years. Interest, 7 per cent, with option of paying off at any time. dl 2 THURSDAY, 4th JANUARY, At 12 noon. Exceedingly Valuable Bluff Property. WILLIAM TODD will, sell by public auction, in the Exchange, Esk street — Sections 8 and 9 Green's subdivision, being part of section 1, block 1, Campbelltown Hundred, containing 1 acre, a little more or 1ps j , on which is erected a faithfully built 8-Roomed Verandah Family Residence, standing on the terrace ground, commanding a full view of Foveaux Straits and Bluff Harbour. Title perfect, and will be sold, absolutely without any reserve. d2O WEDNESDAY, 17th JANUARY, 1883, At 2 o'clock. Valuable Freehold Property in the Slopedown and Tuturau Districts, known as May Estate, on the main road from "Clinton to Matanra Bridge, about 12 miles distant from the latter. By order of the Registrar' of the Supreme Court, Invercargill. WILLIAM TODD is instructed by the Registrar of the Supreme Court (on behalf of the New Zealand Mortgage i and Investment Association, Limited, in exercise of the Power of Sale conferred by mortgage from Archibald McDonald and others), to sell by auction at his rooms, Esk street, Invercargill, the following Freehold lands comprising A -CkdXiC. ACRES 8 ROODS 15 4I!V/0 *S POLES (more or less) Sections numbered respectively 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 14, 16, 17, 18, Block 111, Slopedown District ; Section 37, Block VIII, Section 20, Block IX, and Section 7, Block X, Tuturau District. Pre-emptive Right on Run 132, application 4F ; and Pre-emptive Bight on Bun 66, application 6759. The improvements comprise 800 acres laid down in English grass, divided into convenient paddocks ; 135 acres in Turnip? ; 26 miles of fencing ; good Dwelling-house of 6-momß, with store ; 6-stalled stable, men's huts, &c. The purchaser of abeve property will be entitled to purchase from tbe Mortgagees thereof the Stock, consisting of 4800 sheep or thereabouts, at a valuation if desired. For further particulars apply to James Harvey, solicitor, Invercargill ; Messrs Bathgate and Meeson, solicitors, Dunedin ; or, the Auctioneer. d2l Shanks and Barr SHANKS & BARR, AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Wool, Gbain, and Genebal Commission Agents. Agents for the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Mataura, and New Zealand Insurance Company. Attend at Wyndham on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. LOANB NEGOTIATED, MONEY TO LEND ON MORTGAGE AND LIBERAL CASH ADVANCERS . Made upon Btock Wool ke. STOCK SALE, WYNDHAM, FRIDAY, 22nd DECEMBEB, 1882, At 1 o'clock. SHANKS & BARR are instructed to offer by auct'on at their yards, Wyndham, on above date — O/^ HEAD FAT CATTLE OA HEAD MIXED CATTLE f^f\ PRIME BREEDING COWS, 01/ with Calves at foot f)K COWS, good fresh conditioned, _30 part speyed. PO WELL-GROWN BULLOCKS* f)S\f\ CROSSBRED HOGGETS, in _WVIU wool f*(\ PRIME FAT SHEEP. Horses, &c., ka. d 9 F. S. Canning & Co. rpHE GORE AUCTION MART F. 8. CANNING & CO., AUOTIONEEBS, Valuators, Land, Estate, and General Com mission Agents, Gore. MONEY to LEND in sums of £100 to £10,000 at lowest rates of interest. Properties for SALE or LEASE may be entered ; npnn out Rpzißtp.r. Free of ChaTge. *»2 Tl/TO NE V T O LE N D Apply to Charles Rout, Laud & Estate Agent, 4c,
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