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PYNE AND CO4 FARM AT RAKAIA, AND TOWNSHIP SECTIONS. WE have been instructed by CROMIR'S TRUSTEES, to offer . by Public Auction, at RAKAIA SALEYARDS, on APRIL 3, their MAGNIFICENT FARM, . containing.— 212 ACRES, Situated three miles from Rakaia.. Also, — The following SECTIONS, in the llakaia Township:— Blocks 216 to 223, comprising 2 ACRES, including 6-roomed house, with all convenieiicos, facing Bow- - en Street; also a Shed behind the house. Blocks 210 to 215, comprising H ACRES, will be sold in one block or separately, to suit buyers. Blocks 254 to' 261 and 263, comprising 2i ACRES, will be offered in one lot. ' , The last-mentioned Blocks are facing Fergusson Street. For further particulars apply— PYNE AND CO., Auctioneers. 3 446 Christchurch and Rakaia. STRONACH, MORRIS AND CO. THURSDAY, 3rd APRIL, 1919. At 12 Noon. , DISPLENISHING SALE AT, GLADBROOK STATION. STRONACH, MORRIS ANJ> CO.", LTD., have received instructions, from Messrs ROBERTS and CO, to offer on ;the above date, at the GLADBROOK HOMESTEAD, this following STOCK and IMPLEMENTS: ,"■ 130 Breeding Cows, 3yrs and Up* wards. 20 Milking Cows, 3yrs. and upwards 60 Three-year-old Steers. 50 Two-year-old Steers. 60 One-year-old Steers. 40 Two-year-old Heifers. 50 Yearling Heifer a. 100 Calves. ■J^hose Cattle comprise the Station €KJtifisbred Stock, and are well bred* principally Polled Angus and (Polled Angus-Shorthorn Cross. They will 6|| offered in lots to suit purchasers. 1 Draught Stallion, Orphan Boy* Pedigree at Sale. 7 Draught Mares, aged. 1 Draught Filly, two-year-old. 3 Draught Yearlings. 6 Draught Foals, by "Orphan Boy.'* 8 Two and three-year-old Hacks, unbroken. • ' 6 Berkshire .Sows. 2 Berkshire Boars. A Large Assortment of IMPLE* MENTS, comprising— 3 Reapers and Binders. 4 Drays. 1 D.F. Plough. 1 Cambridge Roller. 1 Straw Press (in good order). ■ Saw Bench, 4ft. 6in., 2 Trollies running on iron rails, 14. '"s>,. Travelling Bench. 1 Waggonette. ' „ Harness, Plough Chains, Swingle Trees, Blacksmiths' Tools, Car* peuter's Tools, and numerous Sun» dries. The Sale will be started with til** Horses, followed by the Cattle, and then by the Implements. Buyers leaving Dunedin by the 7.52 Train on morning of Sale, will reach. Middlemarch at 10.58, and will be able to inspect the Stock and Implements before the Sale starts. ---n Buyers from a distance may have their stock trucked by vendors at* buyers' risk. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. . Further particulars may be obtained! from Messrs MURRAY, ROBERTS AND CO., LTD., Dunedin, or. from the Auctioneers. ' 3 337j GUINNESS AND LECREN, LTD. TTIALING ■ SAL E. . . , THURSDAY, APRIL 3. Present; Entries, — .; : . 700 Fat Lambs ■ . ' • 280 Fat Ewes ■ ■ ' • . 200 2-tooth £-bred Ewes 300 4 and 6-tboth.J-bred Ewes,' 150 3-brod 2-tooth Ewes 5 1-shear Ryeland Rams Further Entries Invited. GUINNESS AND LeCREN, LTD., " 3 708 ' , Auctioneers. ALL SPORTS INVITE YOUR CAMERA. N svery game, there is an interesting incident that only photography; can make permanent. Whichever way you turn, you Bee scenes and incidents that make you? long for a KODAK. Why not get one to-day. Kodak's from 40s, Brownies from 10s, No. 00 Primos ss. R. TOT TY. CHEMIST.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9572, 29 March 1919

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