DALGETY AND COMPANY, UTD. CLEARING SALE. At "CLEARWELL" HOMESTEAD. MONDAY, APRIL 14, 1919. At 11.30 a.m. AS Ins "Clearwell" Estate has been sold, MR P. DRUMMOND <has instructed us to hold a CLEARING SALE of the Whole of his LIVE AND DEAD STOCK,. | as follows: — '■'■' ■ '.. .-.>.■..■ SHEEP— ■..;.• •;.-- ■■■-■ 600 4-tooth -2-bred Ewes 300 6 and 8-tooth f-bred ewe« 700 Sound-mouth Merino Ewes 200 Failing-mouth Merino .Ewes. .. 150 2-tooth- 1-bred Ewes, . Lincoln Merino Cross 100 2-tooth |-bred Ewes 60 2-tooth £-bred Ewes r English Leicester Merino Cross 100 Crossbred Rape Ewes 1700 Crossbred Lambs, mixed sexes 700 Wether Lambs, ex Lake Tekapo 600 Romney Cross, 2, 4, 6, and Btooth Wethers 100 Small-*-bred Mixed Sex Lambs 35 Border Leicester Stud Ewes, 2tooth and upwards. Flock Book 202 _ v 16 Border Leicester Ewe Lambs 16 Bop^e? Leicester Ram Lambs 50 Border Leicester Rams, 2-tooth and upwards '_ 1 - 20 English Leicester Rams, 2-shear 4 Southdown Rams., 3-shear CATTLE— 1 Heifer, in profit ■, . 3 Springers, to come to pront in May 4 Mixed Sex learhngs PIGS— 2 Fat-Pigs \ ' HORSES— 5 Draught Mares and Geldinga 2 Spring Cart Horses 1 Cob 1 Pony IMPLEMENTS—
8 Drays and Frames, 1 Spring Cart, 2 Gigs, 2 Massey-Harris Reapers, 2 P. and D. Strippers, 3 3-furrow Ploughs (2 of them fitted tor Iractor), 1 P. and ,D. Giant Cultivator, 2 Sets Disc Harrows, 1 Set 5-leaf Harrows, 1 Set Chain Harrows, 1 P. and D. ■Duncan 17-coulter Drill, 1 3-iurcow Disc Plough, 1 124iorse Jelbart Tractor 1 Boiler, 4 Sheep Feeders/ 100 New Standards;:. 160 ,New Fencing Posts (Red Birch), 'suitable.'.-foil- Sheepyards, 30 'New Gate Posts, 10 Coils Cyclone Netting, Anvil, New Vice, 8 dozen 92 Shares R.N.F.. Quantity of Tools and Sundries 3-Stand Lister Shearing Machine (new), 1 Lister Engine (new), Wool Press, Weighing Machine, Lad^ ders, 1 Barrel Cement, % Barrel Lead, Oil, etc., Quantity of Chaff, and Sacks, 10 Sacks Algerian Oats, Horse Clipping Machine, Grindstone, Wheelbarrow, Garden Plough, Alfa Laval Separator, Quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, FOWLS. Five-Seater "DODGE" MOTORCAR, in good order. : 12-HORSE JELBART TRACTOR. WELL-BUILT TRAVELLING WHARE. . 12 Sacks Wheat, and Host of Sundries too numerous to particularise. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. AUCTIONEERS' NOTE.—We can with confidence recommend to Buyers the wide Selection of Sheep, Implements, and .Sundries, offered to them in'a iDisplenishing Sale like this. Also,— GOODWILL OF 40 ACRES LEASEHOLD, situated near Tinwald, formerly occupied by Mr A. J. McMaster, particulars of which will be furnished to inquirers. DALGETY AND C 0 LTD., 4 44 Auctioneers.
LAND AND GENERAL. DALGETY AND COMPANY, LTD. LAND . An old-established Ashburton County Farm for Private Sale. One of the best Grain-producing, and Sheep-fattening Inarms in the County. Right alongside Railway Station, Post Office, and School. 770 ACRES FREEHOLD, in 15 paddocks, with,water in each. Splendid stone Homestead, with all conveniences ; large Stables, Granaries, Smithy, Car Sheds, Dip, and Yards, and other useful Outbuildings standing on the Farm, in good order The whole Farm: is ;i sown down in young grasses., with the exception of ..u area: under* turnips. ! ■ PRICE—£22 PER ACRE. ' TERMS—£3 PER ACRE IN CASH. A SHEEP RUN—One oxcellently suited to work in with a farm on the Plains. 2240 Acres, Native tussock, in 6 Blocks, securely fenced and ring fenced. New Three-roomed cottage, Woolshed and Sheep Yards. Carrying now 1000 Ewes, but 60 young Cattle are required for the gullies and swamps. Good motor road to the property. PRICE—£3 10s PER ACRE, on VERY EASY TERMS. DALGETY AND COMPANY, LTD. Land Salesmen.
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9575, 2 April 1919
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