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N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSCN. ALTERATION OF DATE QF SALE. MR DAVID FECHNEY'S CLEARING SALE at Launston; will now' be held on WEDNESDAY, Ist APRIL, 1914, And NOT on the date ay previously advertised. N.Z. FARMERS' CO.-OP., 3 65 Auctioneers. ' HOUSE FAIR. FRIDAY NEXT. | 13th 'MARCH, 1914. Our Present Enfcrios Comprise— Af\ HEAD OF ALL CLASSES. *±U Special Entries— On Account Mr Thos. Kermqen,NNcrw r lands— 1 Bay Draught Filly "Maggie Tal- , ' hot," 3 years, by Sir Talbot j (imp.)/with Filly foal at foot by Black Douglas (imp.) and stint-.: ';'■ cd to Premier Pride (imp.). 1 Bay Draught Mare "Minnio."[ 7 years, by Shepherd Lad, wjtlil I Filly foal at foot hy Commander. 1 Bay Draught Mare "Pride," 4 years, by Sir Rodger, with Fillj ■ foal at foot, by..Sir Talbot (imp.), . and stinted again to the same eire. i The above are all exceptionally good mares, Maggie Talbot beiny; v Prizetaker at the Ash burton, Methven, anJ Courtenay Shows,. On Account of the Mount Possession • Estate, in conj. Loan Co. : 4 First-class Pony Mares and Geldings, 6 to 8 years old, from 13 to 141- hands high, by "Rajah," broken to saddle. 5 First-class Hacks and Harness Horses, from 5 to 9 years, by .Patchwork.and Beresford. These horses are all in good condition and straight off the Station.

Sale 12 o'clock sharp. N.Z. FARMERS' CO.-OP., 3 91 Auctioneers. TINW AL D PROPERT Y. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC: AUCTION. WEST STREET. SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1914. At 2 p.m. THE NEW ZEALAND FARMERS' CO.-OP.. have received instructions ( from Mr Andrew Pringle (who is leav- J ing the district) to sell his Valuable i Property situated opposite the Tinwald Saloyards, and containing 20 A C Pv E S . The Buildings- consist of a good Broomed House; also Stable, Trap-Shed and Cow-Shed. The .Orchard contains a variety of excellent young trees.. The Property is all in good heart,; and would make an excellent little Dairtf. Farm. Mr Pringle has .decided to sell,, and we will be glad to show intending purchasers' over the property. , v N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., 3 94' > ', Land Salesmen. SHEEP PROPERTY FOR SALE. £500 CASH. MUST BE SOLD. ' /~\WNER- bought Property,in Timaru.

Does not want farm, or much cash either. • 1050 Acres Sheep-Country. 14 Miles from School, etc. New G-roomed House, hot and cold .water, Stables, AVooished, etc. Always carries 1200 Ewes and 300 dry Sneep, and raUens lambs. Excellent Oat, Kape and Turnip Country. £3 15s per Acre. < £500 Gash. ■■ Balance in 7 years. This is the be«s proposition we have had before us tor years. Call at onco anu we will arrange for immediate inspection. DAIRY FARM. 300 ACRES. NEAR METHVEN. j 30 Acres Wheat Stubble. Balance Grass and Clover. No Buildings. Price £25 per Acr®. ANY TERMS TO A GOOD MAN. This is all good, heavy land and in great heart. ■ :

N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP;, : :' - LAND SALESMEN. • ■ LAND AND GENERAL. N.Z. LOAN & MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD. WOOL, GRAIN AND PRODUCE BROKERS, STOCK AUCTIONEERS. MANURE, SEEDS, GRAIN, AND STOCK sold privately or through ALL FARM REQUISITES supplied at Lowest Prices. WOOL.—Our Stores are thoroughly xip-to-clate, and we would like the handling of your Clip. ' DlP.—McDougall's can't be beaten, the Yards. D. A. BAXTER, ( Manager, Christchurch. 0 W. F. LUKIS, Representative, Ashburtoa.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914

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