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The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd, Clearing Sale AT WATERTON. TO *- MOBBOW, Wednesday, 3rd May, 1005. HAVING- sold His Farm, we have received instructions from Mr W. Houston, to Sell by Public Auction, m conjunction -with The National Mortgage and Agenoy Co., Limited, on. the above date, the Whole of his. LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. as follows — SHEEPOA Sound-mouthed Ewes t> Border Leicester Rama CATTLE— 2 Cows m foil profit O Heifers, just calving O Calves PIGS— OK Forward Store Pigs O Sows m Pig HORSES— ! 1 Draught Mare, m foal to Balgourie -| Draught Mare, " Mag," 7yrs -| Black Gelding, " Bob " 1 Harness Horse, Byra, by General Tracy 1 Chestnut Hack Mare, by Son-of-a-Gun, m foal to draught colt 12-year-old Colt, by Prince Imperial 1 Yearling Filly, by Prince Im« perial -g Colt Foal, by Prince Imperial 1 Draught Filly Foal, by Sir Rodger IMPLEMENTS— Dray and frame, set disc harrows, D.F. plough, set 4-leaf harrows, set plough tackle and tress complete, MasseyHarris binder (new), manure scoop, trap and harness, stack oatsheaves, stack clover hay, two sets shaft and leading harness, stakes and wire netting, empty sacks, fowls, household furniture, and sundries. Sale to commence at 12.30 p.m. Luncheon Provided. T. F. GIBSON, Manager. 4 423 H. A. LLoYD, Auctioneer. For Sale by Public Auction LAND. LAND. WATERTON. 376 ACRES, WE have been favoured with instructions from Mr James Jamieson to Sell by Public Auction on Saturday, May 6th, 1905, At 1.30 p.m., His Splendid Agricultural Farm, with all possible Improvements, Including 376 ACRES, House (9 Kooms), Men's Hut, Stables, Implement Shed, etc. Good Terms can be mged. Full Particulars c be obtained from the undersigned. T. F. <? 3SON, Manager. 4 361 H. A. jOYD, Auctioneer. FOR SALE. GOODWILL OF LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. At TINWALD. -pROPEETY of Mr S. Giles. -| X A ACRES, House, and all ImjLO^b provemente j 11 years to run, and renewal by Arbitration. Full particulars from " THE ff.Z. FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, OF CANTERBURY, LIMITED, D. THOMAS, 5 17 Joint AgentsPublic Notices. Canterbury Colleen Christchurch. Canterbury College and Canterbury Agricultural College Act, 1896. AN ORDINARY ELECTION of MEMBERS to fill the vacant seats on the BOARD OF GOVERNORS, through the retirement of one-third of its members, m accordance with the above Act, will be held on MONDAY, sth June, 1905, CLAIMS FOR ENROLMENT. Persons possessing the necessary qualifications for Enrolment on any one of the following Rolls, and whose names are not already on the same, can obtain the necessary forms by application to the Returning Officer, Canterbury College :•— 1. PARLIAMENTARY ELECTORAL ROLL (Members of the Legislative Council and the House of Representatives, representing Electoral Districts within the Provincial District of Canterbury). ONE Candidate to be elected. Retiring Member—John Lee Scott. 2. GRA.DHATES' ELECTORAL ROLL. (Graduates of the New Zealand University, as for the time being are on the bookß of Canterbury College). TWO Candidates to be elected. Retiring Members—Thomas Scholfield Foster and Charles Lewis. 3. TEACHERS' ELECTORAL ROLL (persons holding Certificates of not lower grade than D, as for the time being are resident within the Provincial District of Canterbury). ONE Candidate to be elected. Retiring Member- Jonathan Charles Adams. I 4. SCHOOL COMMITTEES' ELECTORAL EOLL (Committees of such School Districts as are wholly within the Provincial District of Canterbury). ONE Candidate to be elected. Retiring Member—-Charles Henry Adolpnus Truscott Opie. Claims for enrolment to be sent m to the Returning Officer, Canterbury College, as soon as possible, but not later than 5 p.m. on MONDAY, 22nd May. Nomination Papers may be obtained from the Returning Officer. The consent of each Candidate to be subscribed at the foot of the Nomination Paper. Nominations will close on MONDAY 29th May, at Noon. The Eleotion will take place on MONDAY, sth June. The Poll will be closed at 5 p.m. The Electoral Rolls may be inspected at the Canterbury College. Any change of Address of Electors should be notified at once to the undersigned. Dated this 26th day of April, 1905. A. CRACROFT WILSON, Beturnteg Officer.. Canterbury College, 5 30 ■ -»— A DMIRAL BlueislCtood Blue.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6559, 2 May 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6559, 2 May 1905

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