LAND AND GENERAL. JOSEPH FORD'S SCOUR AND^LUNG-WORM TESTIMONIALS. 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 with reference to the, above, 1 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. V Yours faithfully, _ (Sgd.) ,E. W. RELPH, Manager. 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, wliich were in a very bad state. Ford's Drench was used and it was very beneficial, and- I was satisfied. • i Yours faithfully, (Sgd.) J. H. MUIRHEAD. .■■/■;■'■ .'•: )'■■;Fairton, June 22, 1909.; Mr Ferriman, —I have just drenched 800 lambs with Joseph Ford's Scour and Lung-worm Mixture. Pam thoroughly satisfied with it, and would urge sheep-owners to use it more often as it improved the health of the lambs and keeps the wool much cleaner. j I have used the above for some years and can thoroughly recommend it. :. (Sgd.) cWILLIAM ANDERSON. ,
AVOID DAGGING, By Using JOSEPH FORD'S DRENCH. Copy of Circular Letter issued in Canterbury. RE DAGGING: , \ . THE Freezing Companies regret having to .draw attention to the condition in which many lines of Sheep and Lambs are sent to Saleyards and Freezing Wors, owing to.the growers'having neglected to have same properly daggod or crutched. , t , : , 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 an absolute necessity for placing them on the Home market to the best advantage. In view of the reasonable remonstrances of the slaughtermen against being compelled to kill daggy sheep and lambs, and also of the considerable discredit and 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, Limifcei, that any such sheep will be drafted at the works and rejected. j THE CANTERBURY FROZEN MEAT; CO:, LTD. ; THE DAIRY PRODUCE EXPORT CO. LTD. THE CHRISTCHURCH MEAT CO., LTD. . , JOSEPH FORD'S DRENCH saves DAGGING and keeps your 1 She^p Heaithy and Strong. It is always, advisable to Drench with JOSEPH FOItD'S TRENCH & LUNGWORM MiXTURE* after weaning, although no signs of ?co,ur are apparent. 1 GALLON TINS, 19/- EACH; ; 2 GALLON TINS,OT/- EACH. One gallon sufficient for each 160 sheep. Two gallons sufficient for each 320 sheep FOR SALE ■I ■;• '■■ • .... By, NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY . COMPANY. FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, LTD.
ABRAHAM AND WILLIAMS, LTD., STOCK, LAND, AND PROPERTY 'SALESMEN, . , HASTINGS, HAWKE'S BAY. Knowing.. 1' tlie high .prices rilling throughout' Canterbury,. and the general inclination of the agriculturist, who. has sold' out, to take up sheep farming as a more congenial occupation, we wish to, place before these the advisability, of . having a look round Hawke.y Bay before purchasing elsewhere.: ■ ... .:■ The sheep country procurable in the above named districts can, bo rightl} called a grazier's paradise on account of there being no need for the continual breaking up ;of pasture: every 3 or 4 years, as is so necessary .throughout Canterbury. The older the.grass is in Hawke's Bay the better, and there are many places that are carrying year in, and year out 5 sheep and one bullock (equal to ten sheep) per acre, on 20 to 30 year old pasture, and all stock are sold fat. Hill sheep-country'js available,fcarrying I-*- sheep per acre, in 12 year old grass, at from £6 10s to £10 per acre, according to locality and convenience to markets, and .only require Canterbury methods to turn them into little gold mines.; ■• . The Pat Markets are now nearly on a par with Canterbury, and we maintain that ♦we can quote properties which for actual returns would open the eyes of most southern men. Write and we will have pieasiu1© 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.
Walter I ;PlGicles & co., PTTBLIG ACCOUNTANTS, V AUDITORS, LICENSED LAND BROKERS, INSURANCE AND ■i - GENERAL: AGENTS. =50 WEST STREET, aSHBURTON. FTIRANSFERS, Mortgages, Leases, JL and all Land Transfer Documents prepared.;^ Bents and Interest Collected. .Representatives for Absentees *nd Trustees. ■ . ■ '■ Telephone 18. P.O. Box 88.
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