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N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD. JjVI'OUNT :''SOMERS--: SALE. >■'' MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1919. Special Entry,— . " 1000 \ and tl-bVd. 2-tooth Ewes N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD., 4 91 . i ..• Auctioneers. CLEARING SALE AT MAYFEELD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1919. HAVING Sold MR E. G. HAYWARD'S Property, he lias favoured us with, instructions to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE, on above date, of all his LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, comprising:— . SHEEP— 355 4-tooth J-ln-ed Ewes, a good line 30 S.M. l-brod Ewes 45 Fat and Forward Ewes ; 4 Four-shear E.L. Rams 4 Shropshire Raras HORSES— 2 Draught Maiv.3, 6 and 7yrs ' 1 Draught Mate, E'yrs 1 Draught Gelding, 3yrs, 'by Dowsby Sunlight 1 Draught Gekliag, oyrs, by Aickenbrae 1 (Draught Gelding 1 Hack Mare, syr.s Harness and Covers 1 for all Horses. CATTLE AND; PLGS— ■ 2 Dairy Cows, young, in full profit 1 Cow, young, due to calve 1 Large Store Pig ''IMPLEMENTS, 'ETC.—. 1 R. and G. Combined Drill, 15 ■coulters, D.F. Massive Plough, R. and G. Special Cambridge Roller, Duncan Giant Cultivator (reinforced), Tine Harrows, M.H. Binder, Hornsby Binder, Dray and Frame, with cables attached, 1 Farm jßray, Sheep Feeder, 6-Horse Blocks complete, Donald Wool Press, Cyclone Netting, Stakes, Largo Vyce, Grindstone, Stewart Horse Clipper, Meat Safe, Standards and Wire, Set Spring Dray Harness, Set Gig Harness, Garden Tools, 4 Tons Chaff, Fowls. 2 \Good Sheep Dogs, and a. Large Quantity, of. Useful Sundries. .Sale at 12 o'clock prompt. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD., 5 557 „ : " . Auctioneers. N.Z. FARMERS' CO^OP.', LTD. PUBLIC ; * .SUPERIOR. MET3VEN FARM. ACRES. 343 ACRES. FRIDAY, APRIL' ill/ 1919. METHVEN SALS' 'Y^PJDS; THE N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OPERA-TIVE ASSOCIATION have received instructions from MR CHAS. LAMB, to Sell by Public Auction, on the above date, -HIS SUPERIOR. FARM, situated close to Methven, comprising 343 : ACRES, subdivided into many Paddocks, Good Fences, and Plenty of Wafcsr and well sheltered. . ; CULTIVATION:— '30 Acres Cocksfoot. 34 Acres New ■ 15 Acres Turnipa. 120 Acres Stubble Balance Grasses in rotation. BUILDINGS' comprise, almost New . House of 5 Rooiun. up-to-date, Good ■ .Stabling. Granary, Implement Shed, -Men's Quarters; .Motor Shed, etc. ■ Situated 3 mile?, out of Methven Township, and cjuneoted with the Telephone. ' The Land is. rioli black soil, with deep clay subsoil, capable of growing, tremendous crops of wheat, oats, rape and grasses. The' sheep carrying capacity is great. Circumstances, liws arisen which necessitates Mr Lamb returning to South Canterbury, otherwise this Fine Farm, which shovm such handsome returns, would ]i:)b>jms on the Open Market. EASY INGOING. ' Enquiries for Particulars will be appreciated. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., 3 634 Mefchvsn. and Ashburton. t. - FARMERS' 00-OP. MONTHLY HORSE FAIR. FRIDAY, AP'REL 25,' 1919.^ WE are now receiving Entries for this Fixtui-Q. N.Z. FARMERS 7-CO-OP.. LTD.., JX 134 Auctioneers. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. CLEAR/ING SALE AT WILLOWS Y. WEDNESDAY,~APRIL 30, 1919. WE having Sold Mr R. Frisby's Farm at V/illowby, 'he luis instructed ns to bold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE, on. abuve date, of LIVE AND DEAO STOCK, Further particulars will be. advertised later. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP.. ,£td., . Aiier^ongei-s. .

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9579, 5 April 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9579, 5 April 1919