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N.Z. FARMERo' CO-OP. ASSCN^ mINW AL D X"A It D S TUESDAY NEST7i^BIIITA:RY *7th> ' 1914. V, Our Present Entries include,— 300 Forward Rape Lambs 300 6 and 8-tooth Breeding E* es 1 '■ Further-Entries Solicited. NZ FARMERS' CO-OP., 2 206 ' ' '•■ if" Auctioneers. TOWN R.ESIDENaB&_ BUILDING ' SITE FOR SALE. BY PUBLIC AUCTION. SATURDAY, 21st FEBRUARY 1914. CO.-OP. AUCTION MART, at .1 p.m. MR JOHN'WILLIAMS has instructed the NEW ZEALAND FARMERS' , CO-OP. ASSOCIATION to Sell by Public Auction', as above, his PROPERTY, situated 1; irt Princess Street,. Ashburton, and containing ONE HALF-ACRE OF LAND, : upon which is erected' House of Four Rooms and Scullery, detached Washhouse, with set-iii Copper. Every convenience, excellent water supply. Adjoining Building:. Site of Half an Acre will; also be' Sold: with above, if desired. ,nrr ';"' This is a Valuable Property, and is admirably suited for anyone desiring to', keep either a Cow or a Horse. • Very easy Terms. Call at once for inspection, etc. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., 2 200 Auctioneers. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. CLEARING SALE .' —at— . LAURISTON. FRIDAY, MARCH 27th, 1914. MR" DAVID; ' FECHNEY, Junior, who has Sold a; portion of his .Farm, has favoured us with instructions to hold a CLEARING SALE of 'his: •■■; :. ■■■•• ■■. •■;. T; . SURPLUS LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, At his HOMESTEAD, on the above ;. ,\.X -. ./. ' i .date. '.. ' ■,- ■ . ■ ; • .'.'. SHEEP,. ■-.;•. , . . ?| CATTLE, ' i HORSES, IMPLEMENTS, ETC. . Full Particulars in future advertisement. : N.Z. T FARRIERS' CO.rOP., 2 149 Auctioneers. WE SELL THE EARTH. FARMS FOR SALE. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.. Secure the Benefits of Good Crops and Fat Prices for Fat Stock. Here are a few of the Farms which we will be giving away during the next few weeks. ■' ' F. "■ 188.—650 ACRES, splendid sheep, and cropping. Two good Homesteads, and all Outbuildings. 15 paddocks, all watered;' 2 sheep to the acre, besides cropping. £16 per Acre. EasyTerms. ■ . '■.■■"j v ; l"'''-'"' ' ' ", • ■ ' ' i • 1-Just the plaSe for two partners. F. 1G0.—1400 ACRES, handy to railway and township.' 20 .paddocks watered. Winter 2000 ewes and fatten lambs. A snip at £9, with £1000 cash,! balance 7 years,: 5 per cent. Nothing better. • ! F. 246.—G0 ACRES, heaviest _ land County, and close Ashburton. Tip-top Buildings; good cultivation. £45 andj the best of Terms can be arranged. F. 159.—950 ACRES, handy Methven, 20 paddocks all watered. Good buildings. Excellent grazing, cropping, and fattening country . Carries every year 1350 ewes, 35 head cattle, 12 head horses, besides 250 Acres Crop. Through ill-health owner retiring. MUST BE SOLD. A Gift at £16. Crops in, and any terms will be given to good man. Just work this out! F. 247.-75 ACRES, excellent cropping and dairying country. In splendid cultivation, • and looking well. Firstclass Buildings. An AI Dairy Farm. £35 per Acre and £500 cash. A good j start. . „-.' • ' '■ j F. 147.—1100 ACRES of sheep coun-| try, Ruapuna. <;>New Buildings. 650 ] Acres in English Grass. Balance m tussock. Carries 1250 Ewes and fattens lambs. For, every 100' Acres of tussock broken equals 200 more ewes. £8 10s, and £1000 cash, or even less deposit. A rare chance. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LAND BAILSMEN. N.Z. LOAN & MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD. WOOL, GRAIN AND PRODUCE BROKERS, STOCK AUCTIONEERS. STOCK sold privately or through the Yards. ; MANURE, SEEDS, GRAIN, AND ALL FARM REQUISITES supplied atj Lowest Prices. WOOL.—Our Stores are thoroughly up-to-date, and we would like the handling of your Clip. DlP.—McDougall's can't be beaten. D. A. BAXTER/ Manager, Ckristchurch. W. T. COOKE, Representative, Ashburton.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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