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Plan of Sir James Prendergast's Fitzherbert property, comprising 3743 acres of land in close proximity to the Borough of Palmerston North, to be sold by public auction by Abraham and Williams 31 January 1900. Prendergast owned a large holding directly across the Manawatu River from Palmerston North. The subdivision and sale of this property in 1900 preceded the establishment of Massey Agricultural College, on much of the said land.

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Sale of land notice, for Sir James Prendergast's Fitzherbert property
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Palmerston North
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January 1900

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