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N.Z. FARMERo' CO-OP. ASSCN. IyOUNT SOMERS YARDS. MONDAY NEXT^rd FEB., I 9U . We be" to advise our CHcnls and others tlTat we will be represented at this Fixture, and solicit Entries for same. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., I 2 318 Auctioneers. AS HBUR "T O N YARDS TUESDAY NEXT, 24th FEB., 1914. OUR PRESENT ENTRIES include,— 210 Sound-mouth Half bred Ewes 290 6 and 8-tooth Halfbred Ewes 300 Rape Lambs . 300 Halfbreid Sound and Failingraoutli Ewes ' N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., 2 319 Auctioneers. If ETHVEN , ¥ A EDS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26th, 1914. We have receive/ .instructions from a Client to Sell— • ..:, . ! . . .... ... ■■■: ... f, . 40 HEAD STEERS, 15 to 18-months old.:/ 1 - " x : Further Entries Solicited. N.Z* FARMERS' COrOP., ' > "I 2 321 Auctioneers] BALING 1 'SALE, j ! THURSDAY, 26thvFEB., 1914. OUR PRESENT ENTRIES' include— 80 FAT LAMBS Further Entries Solicited. N.Z. FARMERS' CO.-OP., 2 320 Auctioneers. . METHVEN TOWN SECTIONS. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. . THURSDAY, 26th FEBRUARY, 1914. MR W. AITKEN has instructed the NEW 'ZEALAND FARMERS' GO-OPERATIVE- ASSOCIATION, LTD., to Sell, as above, Sections Nos. 67, 68, 81, 82, ' adjoining Methveri School; all containing quarter-acre each. These Sections are in an excellent position, must improve in value, and are for absolute Sale. ■ : N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., 2 309 . Auctioneers. WE S2LL 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. .' .: ■■. '■ V. 188.^-550 ACRES, splendid sheep and cropping. Two good Homesteads, and all Outbuildings. 15 paddocks, all watered; 2 sheep to the acre, besides cropping. £16 per Aero. Easy Terms. Just the place for two partners. F. 160.—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.—50 ACRES, heaviest land County, and close Ashburton. Tip-top Buildings; good cultivation. £45 and the best of Terms can bo 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 Al Dairy Farm. £35 per Acre and £500 cash. A good start. , F. 14.7.—1100 ACRES of sheep country, Ruapuna. New Buildings. ,650 Acres in English Grass. Balance in tussock. Carries 1250 Ewes J\nd 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 SALESMEN. ' . LAND AND 'GENERAL. N.Z. LOAN & MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD. Y/OOL, GRAIN AND PRODUCE BROKERS, STOCK AUCTIONEERS. : 1 STOCK sold- privately or through the Yards. ! MANURE, SEEDS, GRAIN, AND ALL FARM REQUISITES supplied at 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, Christchurch. W. T. COOKE, Representative, Ashburton. MONEY. To Lend on approved Freehold Securities, several sums, at Lowest Current Rates. T. BULLOCK.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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