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Write and we will have pleasure in forwarding particulars of the kind of property required. We are always pleased to meet any of our -Canterbury friends, and'show; them that our pretensions are justified. J. TREVOR THOMAS. 1 22 Manager.



The New Zealand Farmers' Co-opera-tive- Association of Canterbury, Limited. Christchurch, Aug. 25th, 1911. F. Ferriman, Esq., Ashburton. Re Ford's Scour and Lung-worm Mixture.

Referring* to our recent conversation i with reference to the "above, I have| very much pleasure in stating that this Association has handled the above preparation for upwards of twenty' years, and so far as I have been able to ascertain'; its) ■effects'' 'have at all times been most satisfactory. Indeed I can conscientiously state that I have never met a single complaint. j Yours faithfully, I , (Sgd.) E! W. RELPH, Manager. j Ashburton, Box 28, April 6, 1910.

F. Ferriman, Esq., Ashburton. Dear Sir, —Re your enquiry in respect to Ford's Lung-worm Drench. About 4 years ago I had drenched 2000 lambs from Southland, which were i„ a very bad state. Ford's Drench was used and it was very beneficial, and I was-satisfied. Yours faithfully, (Sgd.) J. H. MUIRHEAD.

Fairton,\Tune 22, 1909. Mr Ferr-iman,—l have just drenched 800 lambs with Joseph' Ford's Scour and Lung-worm Mixture. I am thoroughly satisfied with it, and would urge sheep-ow.ners to use it more often as it improved the health of the lambs and ! keeps the wool much cleaner. I have' used the above for some years and can. thoroughly recommend it. (Sgd'.) WILLIAM ANDERSON.

AVOID DAGGING, By Using JOSEPH Ft)HD'S DRENCH. Copy of Circular Letter issued in Can'fcerbiirv. ■ RE DAGGING: , THE Freezing, Companies regret having to draw, attention to the condition in which niariy lines of Sheep and Lambs are sent to Saleyards and Freezinec W'ors, owing to the growers having neglected to have same properly daggod or crutched.

This matter is a serious one, as it not only affects the animal in a live state, but also prevents the carcases from being dressed with the finish and cleanliness which are.itn absolute neces-r sity for placing them on the Home market to the best advantage. V In view of the reasonable remonstrances of' the slaughtermen against being compelled to kill daggy sheep and lambs, and also of the considerable discredit a*nd monetary loss occasioned by the necessarily imperfect dressing; of such carcases, WE hereby give notice on behalf of The Canterbury Frozen Meat Company, Limited, and the Christchurch Meat Company, Limite"J, that any such sheep will loe drafted at the works and rejected. ; THE CANTERBURY FROZEN MEAT CO., LTD. THE DAIRY PRODUCE EXPORT CO.

LTD. THE CHRISTCHURCH MEAT CO., LTD. JOSEPH FORD'S DRENCH saves SAGGING and keeps your Sheep ealthy and SWng. [

It is-always advisable to Drench with JOSEPH FORDS DRENCH & LUNGWORM Ml XTURE' after weaning, although no signs, of scour are apparent. I'GALLON TINS, 19/- EACH; 2 GALLON TINS,34/- EACH. One gallon, sufficient for each 160 sheep. Two" gallons sufficient for each 320 sheep FOR SALE V By NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY COMPANY. FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, LTD.

WALTER PICKLES & CO., PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, j AUDITORS, LICENSED LAND j BROKERS, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENTS. . 50 WEST STREET, ASHBURTON. TRANSFERS, Mortgages, Leases, and all Land Transfer Doouments prepared. Rents and Interest Collected .J Representatives* for Absentee, and Trustees. i Telephone 18. P.O, Box 88.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8787, 6 February 1914

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