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N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD. PUBLIC AUCTION SUPERIOR METHVEN FARM. ACRES. 343 ACRES. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1919. METHVEN SALE YARDS. THE N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OPERA-TIVE ASSOCIATION have received instructions, from MR CHAS. LAMBj to Sell by ; Public Auction, on tlm above date, ' . ; HIS SUPERIOR FARM, situated close, to Methven, comprising 343 ACRES, subdivided into, many Paddocks, Good Fences, and Plenty of-Water and well sheltered. . ■■;■■.■:■■; CULTIVATION:— 30 Acres Cocksfoot. 34 Acres New Grass. 15 Acres Turnips. 120 Acres Stubble. i Balance Grasses in rotation. BUILDINGS comprise almost New House of 5 Rooms, up-to-date, Good Stabling, Granary, Implement Shed, Men's Quarters, Motor Shed, etc. Situated 3 miles out of Methven Township, and connected with the. Telephone. The Land is rich black soil, with, deep' clay subsoil, capable of growing tremendous crops of wheat, oats, rape and grasses.' .-The'sheep carrying capacity is great. Circumstances have arisen which necessitates Mr Lamb returning to South Canterbury, otherwise this Fine Farm, which' shows such handsome returns, would not come on the Open Market. . / EASY INGOING. Enquiries for Particulars will be appreciated. : s N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., 3 634 Methven and Ashburton. H. A. LLOYD. CLEARING SALE .. _at— [ TINWALD. THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1919. FAVOURED with instructions from , MR T. J. MEACLEM, I will sell oa the above .date, the'..whole-of ■his. LIVE AMD- DEAD STOCK, comprising:— 2 Draught Horses, aged 2 (Draught Geldings (9yrs) 1 Spring Cart Mare (7yrs) 1 Yearling Draught (Pedigree) 1 Hack, by Coldstream Bell (broken to saddle) 8 Selected Heifers 4 Steer Calves ■ 2 Good Cattle Dogs, 1 Gun Dog IMPLEMENTSD.F. Plough, S.F.riPlough, Massey Binder, McCormick Mower, with Pea Attachment, Set 4-leaf Harrows, Dray and Frame, 2 Spring Drays and Frame, Ransorae Potato Digger, Double Ridger Mangel Sower, Mould Plough, Scoop, Set Booth McDonald Discs, Cambi-idge Roller, Massey-Har-ris Spring Tine Cultivator, 13-coulter Massey-Harris Grain and Manure Dril, Hay Rake, 2 Planet Junior Cultivators. * I^-H.P. Benzine Engine, Stewart Horse Clipper,' 175 Empty Sacks, 3 Ladders, iDray Jack, 2 Wheelbarrows, 2 Riding Saddles and Bridles, 4-horse Set Blocks and Tackle, Trap Lamp, Salt, 3 Sets Trap Harness, 7 Sets C.H. and Winkers, Plough Chains, and Leading Harness, Horse Covers, Blocks and Tackle, Knife Grinder, Large Quantity Swingletrees, Tools, and Sundries. Also.—Quantity o f HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, including Dining Room Suite in Leather. ■; ' Sale at 12.30 p.m. H. A. LLOYD, 3 656 Auctioneer. • : : —-—-—: ' —■* PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. CLEARING SALE. —at-^-ANAMA. WEDNESDAY, A'PRfIL-16,' 1919. HAVING Sold MR THOMAS ANDERSON'S FARM, I have been instructed by him to Sell on the above date, the Whole of his | LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, ' Full Particulars in later advertisement. Sale at 12 Noon. H. A. LLOYD, 3 784 Auctioneer. s .' PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. CLEARING SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD* STJOCK WILLOWBY. THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1919. HAVING Sold MR JOSEPH ROUNTREE'S Farm, I have been instructed by, him to Sell, on the above date, the Wliolq of his MV.B AND (DEAD STOCK. Full particulars in later advertisement. ; Sale Starts 12 30 p.m. H. A. LLOYD, 3 294 Auctioneer. ON the Western Front, Clincher Cross Tyres are " doing their bit "—and a very big bit. They will do the hardest work for you top. Hayward Bros, and Co., Ltd., Christchurch, Wholes*!* Distributora.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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