The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd COMPLETE Clearing? Sale AT WATERTOxW WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1905 WE have received instructions from Mr Jas. Jaraieson, who lias recently Sold his Farm,, to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE on above date of Live and Dead Stock, At his Homestead, Waterton, as follows :— SHEEP— O A f\ i and Crossbred Ewes, m &*±Sj Lamb "I Forward Lambs HORSES— I (Draughts) I Black Mare Gipsy, 6yrs, by New Hope, m Foal to Prince Royal IBay Mare, Belle, 4yrs, by Alexander's Heir IBay Gelding, Jack, Byrs -| Brown Gelding, Rowdy IBay Gelding, Clyde^
! -| Bay Gelding, Dick -| Bay Filly, 2yrs 1 Yearling Colt, by Captain Russell, dam Gipsy -g Foal, by Sir Roger, danr Gipsy HORSES— (Light.) IGrey Mr.re, by Blaokwood, m foaj to Quincy 1 Black Mare, Bess, by MessenOer, m toal to Quincy The Trotting Horse Rutherglen, by • - Prince Imperial CATTLE— 8 Head Mixed Cattle /!» Sows, with Litter IPurabred Berkshire Boar IMPLEMENTS— Massey-Harris Drill (nearly new), Booth McDonald Broadcast Seed Sower (nearly new), Duncan Spring Tined Cultivator, Reid and Grey Roller, Set Heavy 5-leaf Harrows, Sot Light 5 Leaf Harrows, Set Tripod Harrows (new), 3 Sets Hairows, 6 Horse Yoke, 3 Furrow Plough, 2 MasseyHarris Reaper and Binders, Duncan Moulding Plough and Scuffier (combined), 2 F*rni Drays, Spring Cart (new), Gig, Whitecbapel Cart, Draught Harness, Leading Chains, etc. Sale at Noon. Luncheon Provided. T. V. GIBSON, Manager. G 117 H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer.
AUCTION MART Saturday, Ist July. A SPECIAL PUREBRED POULTRY SA.LE will be held, commencing at 11.30 a.m., to be followed by the usual Weekly Sale of— Poultry, Pigs, Cattle, Horses, Sundries, etc. Special Entry on account of Mrs J. Studholme, Coldstream— 12 Purebred Pekin Ducks T. F. GIBSON", Manager. 6 108 H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer
Friedlander Bros., Ltd. HORSIT FAIR. |~\ UR next Horse Fair will take place on Friday, July 14<h, 1905, ' for whioh we are now booking. Entries. FRIEDLA.NDER BROS., LTD., R. FRIEDLANDER, 6 307 Auctioneer.
Public Notices. Educating the Horse. PROFESSOR THEODORE LICHTWARK will give Class Lessons m Mr Ironside's Smithy, Methven, on TUESDAY, June 27, at 7.30 p.m., and every Evening at 7.30 p.m. Class Ticket, £1 Is, will admit to all Lessons. 6 311
T^FOTICE is hereby given that at a ±M Speoial Meeting of the above Council held on the 2nd day of June, 1905, a resolution was adopted altering No. 6 of the existing By-Laws for regulating the traffic upon the Ashburton Traffic Bridge so as to niter the hours during which traction engines may be taken across the bridge, and the eaid resolution will be submitted for confirmation at a meeting of the Council to be held on FRIDAY, the 7th day of July, 1905, at 11 a.m. A copy of the proposed alteration is deposited at the office of the Council, Baring Square, Ashburton, and will be open to public inspection every week day, during office hours, up to the 7th day of July. By order. F. MAINWARING, | Clerk Ashburton County Counoil. Ashburton, 6th June, 1905. 6 66
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