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■ ■ ■ » FRIEDLANDER BROS. LTD. I HORSE FAIR. . I 1 At Our West Street Aractioii Mart. OUR NEXT HORSE FAIR will be held on . FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914. For which we We. now booking Entries. FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD. D. FRIEDLANDER, 1 526 Auctioneer. • 200-ACRE FARM AT WILLOWBY. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. "ORIEDLANDEPv BROS., LTD., have JT received instructions from Messrs Parrish Bros., who are dissolving Partnership, to Sell at their Wfcbl STREET SALE ROOMS, on SATURDAY, 21st FEBRUARY, 1914. THEIR FARM, at Willowby, containing 200 ACRES. ■ !'. " . i. ■. ■ . The Pro'pertiy is / subdivided into 1 6 Paddocks, and is well fenced. . 50 Acres in Oat Stubble (11 Acres sown down) 15 Acres in, Rape 5 Acres in Turnips 50 Acres in 1 and 2-yr-old grass 36 Acres in 2-yr-old grass 19 Acres fallowed 1J Acres potatoes 14 Acres-. Mangels 2\ Acres in peas Buildings comprise 4-roora Cottage, Grain S^ed, Stable and Cow Bail. ; The Property is in very good order, and is on the market for foana fide sale, as Messrs Parrish Bros., have decided to sell. ..• ■. . • ■ Sale at 2 p.m.. I). FRIEDLANDER, 1 53g Auctioneer.

IMPORTANT SALE AT METHVEN —on — THURSDAY, 26th FEBRUARY, 19U. In the Estate JOHN BAKER, deceased

THE undersigned have received instructions from the Executors in the abovenamed estate, to Sell by Public Auction at the METHVEN SALEYARDS (immediately after the Stock Sale). .■■ .-■■■.;■■ ' : . ' ':

I.—FREEHOLD FARM, containing 336 Acres 3 Roods 20 Perches, situated about o miles from the Methven Township, subdivided into handy sized paddocks, ■ having frontage on the Mount Hutt Road. .30 Acres in Turnips, balance grass. ' .

2—TOWN SECTIONS in- the Methvenl Township, being. Lots 13 and 22. on D.P. 428, fronting on the West Coast Road and McMillan 1 Street, containing 2 Roods; also, Lots 9; 10, and 11, on D.P. 331, situated at the Corner of Barker's Road and Mackie Street, containing 3 Roods.

3.-56 Fully paid up SHARES, in the Methven Saleyards Go., Ltdt These will be sold in lots o0 8, with the option of the line.

TERM^:rFOR FARM—IO per cent, deposit, 5 per ce"nt. oiv possession in one month, 10 per cent, in 12 months, but should the purchaser erect substantial house and buildings within- one year,, he will not be called upon- to, pay this instalment. Balance 5 years, at 5" per cent.

For TOWN SECTIONS—IO per «ent. deposit, 10 per cent, on possession in one month, 10 per cent, in one year, balance in 5 years, at 5 per cent. FOR, SHARES.—Cash.

FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD. N.Z. FARMERS" CO.-OP. ASSN., LTD., Joint Agents. Messrs Wilding and Acland, Solicitors for the Estate. 2 87

TANKS. TANKS. WE' have For Saie a number of 400 gallon. Tanks. '. FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD. H, MATSON ANO CO. A SHBURTON YARD S TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10. WE WILL OFFER on account of Client,— . .... ■■■„; : ' .■ . ■■■ ; .-.• , 150 2 and 4-tooth Ewes 290 Aged Ewes 400 Rape Lambs. H. MATSON AND CO., 2 97 Auctioneers. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. j CLEARING SALE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914. TTNDER I'instructions from Mr John 1J Doyle, Ruapuna (owing to his having. leased his Property for a term o*f years) we will hold, in conjunction with the, N.Z. Farmers' Co-operative Association, a Clearing Sale of the whole of his LIVE AND DEAD STOCK,- • Full particulars in future issue. K. MATSON AND CO. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSN. .... •• 2 1 . Joint Auctioneers.

TUST Landed.—A Consignment of el Ponk Frean's Biscuits in the following varieties:—Pat-a-Cake, Shortcake, Golden Puff, Royal Puff, Clotted Cream, Teddy Bear, Lemon Puff Cream, Sailor King, -Health, Billiken, Breakfast, Cafe Noir, Grand Beurre, Rivolli, Savoy, Macaroons Small, Rusks, and Is Gd tin Special Afternoon Tea.—Buxton and Thomas, Triangle Stores.

PLANTS now ready for present planting—Savoy, Broccoli, Cabbage, and Celery Plants.~-Tl.Qmas Bros.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914

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