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Manawatu Times, Volume XXVI, Issue 7311, 23 October 1901, Page 4
UNITED FAEMEKS' Co-Operative Association, Limited E >almerston IVortb, Are now Selling at the following REDUCED PRICES:— BEST SOUTHERN ROLLER FLOUE, 100's 8q 6d SUGAR, No. 1, 8s PER BAG. SUGAR, fto. 2, 7s 6d PER BAG. SAGO, 2d PER LB. RAISIN^. Machine-Cleaned, 4^ p^R LB CURRANTS, Machine-Cleaned, 5d PER LB' PIE FRUITS (Gallon Tins) 2s PER TIN. COOMA TEA. M'AJI NTAIHS ITS Popularity BEO'AU.SE OF ITS Superiority OVER AL.L [OTHEKS. r TRY IT. U . F~G '. A .
ALWAYS ON TOP. Alpha-Laval Cream Separators- A TRIAL of Hand Cream Separator, lasting nearly a year, and conducted under the auspices of the Swedish Governmental Institute at Alnarp, has been recently concluded, 25. Separators having taken part. With results as undernoted. . At the 19th General Meeting of the Swedish Agricultural Association, held at Gefle this year, the prizes awarded for Separators were based on the Trials conducted at the Governmental Institute at Alnarp, as above mentioned, when the Highest Prize of Honour, gold medal, ,vas awarded to ALPHA-LAV ALB ONLY. Silver and Bronze Medals awarded to inferior fnaehines. At the Hand Separator Trials held at Christiana, Norway ; Buda- Pesth, Hungary ; Warsaw, Russian Poland ; and Alnarp, Sweden, during the present year, the Alpha-Laval Separators were alone awarded the HIGHEST SCORE. Chief Agents for New Zealand — .--•^ '.-."' (CHRISTCHURCH.) Note. —We supply every requisite for a Dairy or Dairy Factory, large or small v Send for cur illustrated priced catalogue, posted free on application. ." . .
MODEL 50 jfjE^||f MODEL 51 HSSmll '-' £21 EASY, .TERMS ARBANGED. CAN' be equipped with Free«wheels, . Back - pcMing Brakes, Duck Boiler Brake, Baldwin or Morse Boiler Chains. THE LADI'S CUSHION FBAME J DAYTON is the easiest runniDg and most comfortable machine made. INSPECTION INVITED. Cycles Bepaired by Competent Mechanics. G. H"Scott, Box 86. Telephone No. 161. PALMEBSTON NORTH. 5Ta". PEEECE^ fcAND FINANCIAL AND GENERA AGENT, AND LICENSED INrERPRETER, HAS the ollowing properties for sale or lease :—, FOE SALE-SPLENDID FATTENINp FAEM. KA A ACRES, richest land in district, OUU over 300 acres stumped and ploughed, divided into IS paddocks, well watered by artesian wells. Buildings—s-doomed cottage, bathroom, stable, 9 stalls, loose boxes, implement shed, with loft, woolshed, all necessary outbuildings ih good order, school 2£ miles, Palmerston 8 ■miles, Longburn 4 miles, 2 creameries two' mileß. This farm is suitable for cutting up into dairy farms, and can be sold as a whole or in sections. Apply Q. A. GREECE, Sole Agent. dOA ACRES for Bale— Splendid t7 t/U sheep and dairy farm, Fitziherbert district all in good grasß and fully improved ; fenced, divided 20 paddocks, .good part Hat, balance undulating ; carries ■3 sheep to acre ; gentleman's dwelling, 8 Toome, bathj pantry, kitchen ; all necessary outbuildings' and yards, etc. in good •order ; orchard, choice trees, full bearing, 'garden ; property well sheltered ; situated 5£ miles from Palmerston North by good road ; property has good frontage to main road and within easy distance of creamery and school. Price £13 acre. 2149 LEASEHOLDSKQH ACRES, small grazing run, 340 *JCjJ acres in grass, first-class shenp country, all fenced,* 6 paddocks, 8-roomed house and all necessary outbuildings ; post office on premises. Title Government lease at 6d per acre, with full compensation Sor improvements and right for 21 years. Easy terms. 2053 Kfl I ACJRES, all in grass, fenced, 7 tlv/' paddocks, undulating country, Curries 3£ sheep to acre ; 4-roomed cottage, woolshed, stable, trapshed, sheepyarus, 3 miles from school, 5 miles fsoai store and post office, good roads. Goodwill of lease -with purchasing clause for sale, 1000 shtep thrown in; 2049 FOR SALE - KC)f ACRES, Fitzherbert. all in good O&VJ mixed English grass, fenced, 13 paddocks, well watered, good part flat, balance undulating; property wintered WOO sheep, besides lambs, and 75 head of •sattlo; 8-roomed residence, pantry, kitchen ; water laid on, splendid outbuildings and* yards, good orchard, garden, well sheltered, Palmerston North 5£ miles, creamery *nd school 2 miles by llat metalled road. Price £15 acre, ca3h £2000, balance at 5 per cent. G. A- Precce, sole ■Agent 2149 AOMNGI LAND DRAINAGE BOARD. ELECTION OF FIVE TRUSTEES. I hereby give notice that I shall hold of five Trustees tor the Aocangi Land, Drainage Board, at the Board's office, Palmerston North, on Monday the 4th day of November.. 10^1. Nominations ir. uho preserved form will be received by me at the Board's office up to noon of Thursday, the 24th day of October, 1301. E. J. ARMSTRONG, Returning Officer, lath October, 1901.
THE WELLINGTON MEAT EXPORT UO.. Ltd- MANURE MANUFACTURERS. Ofeices Waterloo Quay, Wellington. MaXU.EE WOKKS - - NGAHACJRAIiGA. IMPORTANT TO FAAMEBS CHEAP MANURES 1 NETT CASH ON TRUCKS AT NGAHAURANGA in 2cwt SACKS. I For lewt. bags, 2/6 per ton extra ia charged. 1 M MANUBE—J64.PEB tok. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS rjjjj Tricalcie Phosphate .. .. 27 per cent. Ammonia ~. .... 7 per cent. BONE DUST—£S 5s pee ton. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. : — Tricaloic Phosphate .. .. 43 prcentj Ammonia 4 per cent IMPORIED SUPERPHOSPHATE £5 5S PER TON. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS ".— 35 to 37 per oent. soluble Phosphorus No. 1 MIXTURS£S 5s PEE TON. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS .— One-half Imported SUPERPHOSPHATE; 85 to 37 per cent, soluble Phosphate One-half BONE-DUST, as above. No. 3 MIXTURE- M 12s 6d PER TON. One - half IMPGRTEE SUPEBPHOS PHATE, as above. One half ' 'M" MANUBI as above. No. 5 MIXTURE£4 PER TON. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :— One-half Thomas' PHOSPHATE, 36 per cent; Tricalcio Phosphate. One-half "M" MANURE, as above. SPECIAL POTATO MANURE— £5 PICE TON. (Copied from tho report of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station, at Geneva, N.Y.) GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :— Five twenty-thirds DEJJSD DLOOD, 1 per cent. Ammonia, Ten twenty-thirds BONE DUST, bbabove Eight twenty-thirds KA.INIT.I3 per sent Potash, KAINIT ! The addition of small proportion of Kaixit to any of the Mixtures is an advantage, and; will be made without extra charge if i pecified by the purchaser when giving the order. MIXING! The manures are not mixed until the orders are sent out, and purchasers at their option can have the original Manures sent to them in the makers' bags and make the mixtures themspl yes, SPECIAL MIXTURES will be made at any time to suit'farmera.
Til]} COMPANY RECEIVES Slock for Freezing, upon owner's account at the following rates :— to include sl.aughte.ring, freezing. Shipping. Wbapfeb, axd Freight, OR SHIPMENTS IK THE MONTHS OFJ CJNETO NOVEMBER, inolusive— MUTTON,|d per lbfthree farthings) BEEF, 9-10 d „ (nine-tenths of a penny) LAMB, 9-10 d ~ (nine-tenths of a penny) * THE WELLINGTON MEAT EXPOIiT GO., Ltd, DILNOT SLADDEN, Secretary Wellington, May 31st, 1901. Si ••«# MANAWATU LAND DRAINAGE BOARD. ELECTION OP TRUSTEES. NOTICE is heeeby giy.eu that an election of seven Trustees for the Manawatu Land Drainage District will be held by me at the Board's office, Kangitikei-street, Palmerston North, on Monday, the 4th day of 1 IStovemlxer, 1901. Noraiaiiions on the prescribed form will be regsived by me until 12 o'clock (noon) on Thursday, the 24th day of October, 1901, at ihe office of the Board, Rangifcikei-street, P.aLi&arsfcon North. WALT&B RUTHERFURD, Returning Officer, loth October, 1901,.
SLUGGISH RIVEH DRAINAGE BOARD. ELECTION OF FIVE TRUSTEES. I hereby give notice that I shall hold an Election of five Trustees Jor the Sluggish River Drainage Board, at Oroua Bridge, on Monday, ifche 4th -day of November, 1901. dominations in the prescribed fona will be seceived by me at the Boarcd's office up to noon of Thursday, the 24th day of October, 1901. E. J. ARMSTRONG, Returning Officer. 25fch October, mil
OXIK stcc* of novelties and fancy goods suitable for wedding and birthday presents, is superb, while some choice articles just added is uni-iae. R. S. Barry, Cheapside. -QALMSRSTON GUARDS. COMPANY ORSERS. The Company will parade as under :-<*- Fridiy, October IS, Company Parade, Drill Order Friday, Ootohej: 25, Government Parade, Drill Order Sergeant Merriqiaa orderly seygeajrb for month. ! • F. S. GOLDINGHAM, Captain Commanding Palmeretou Guards