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N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD. X'^Cz-^RMERSf: CO-OP:/ LTT). , .'l ' vV" 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. 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 Water and well shelter- ' ed: ' . ■'"' ■"•'•..! CULTIVATION:— ' 30 Acres Cocksfoot. 34 Acres New Grass. 15 Acres Turnips. 120 Acres Stubble Balance Grasses in rotation BUILDINGS comprise, almost New House of 5 Rooms, up-to-date 1, Good Stabling, Granary, Implement . Shed, Men's Quarters, Motor Shed,- etc-- ! Situated 3 miles out of Mfet&rcn ! Township, and connected witir- tlae jTeleplione. !'■' The Land is-rich black soil; withi jdeep clay subsoil, capable of growing; ' tremendous; crops of wheat, oats, rap® \smd grasses. Tlie sheep carrying cap>'afeity is great. I Circumstances have arisen which 'necessitates Mr Lamb returning to jSouth Canterbury, otherwise this Finer JFarrfl!, which shows such handsome re!turns, wonlcF not come on the Open" ,Mb,rlh«*. EASY INGOING. . Enquiries for Particulars will be appreciated. N.Z. FARMERS' 00=OP., 3 03® Methven and Ashburton. -——- ——— ————•——^——smnssaa NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND A. CO. LAND SALE AT METHVEN. FRIBAY, APRIL 11, 1919. IMMEDIATELY AFTER STOCK SALE. TH'E.natjonai7mortgage AM> AGENGY CO. OF .N,Z. LTD< havee racefwed 1 ins truetions from MR : ' E. Jl. VOICE, to offer, as above, tis VALUAvBLE PROPERTY, consisting: of:— / , ;! .100 ACRES, ";: Situatedi em Mfc„ Hutt. Road,, near the risinig Township of Methven. The- Buildings include 5-Roomed House,, Hot and Cold Water, Washhouse;. Dairy,"Stable, and' Granary.' Tli©' BaaeS is in excellent heart, and the bulk is in one and two-yearroki grass». \_^-"—-'- This is- an ideal little property, being handily situated, and the land is recognised as being of the best. . EA&E' TERMS. Fulr particulars can be obtained fromw^- -; NATIONAL MORTGAGE A AGENCY CO. OF N.Z/. LTD.. j Auctioneers, Aishburton, Metliven, Rakaia, and 3 746- : Mayfield.' 'i • i ' ' * j H. A. LLOYD. clearing sale of live and dead stock willowby; ' friday, april 11, 1919. H' AVING Sold MR JOSEPH ROUNTREE'S Farm, I have been instructed by him to Sell, on the above. I date, the 'Whole, of his LIVE AND (DEAD STOCK, comprising:— 7 „.' ' HORSES— Black. Gelding, aged - Bay Gelding, rising 3yrs Black Filly, rising 4yi 4s " Bay Filly, rising 2yrs Bay Mare, foal afoot Bay Half-draught Mare Bay Mare, 9yrs, broken to all work CATTLE— 18-months'-old Shorthorn Bull 9 Milking Cows, in full profit 2 18-months'-oM Heifers 12 Calves ' ■ 3 SOWS, in Pig IMPLEMENTS— , ' iGrass Seed Sower, Hay Rake, laosn Dray and Frame, Roller, Massey Binder, 3-furrow Plough ('Duncan), Set Disc Harrows Massey Mower, with Pea Attachment, , Set 4-leaf Harrows, Single-furrow Plough, 2 Blocks and Tackle and Trees; Ladders,, 3 Sets Leading Chains, 4 Sets Plough Chains, Cart Saddle and Breeching, 65 Gallon Alfa Laval Separator, 1 Cherry Concussion Churn, Milk Cans, Cream' Cans, Pig Troughs, 1 Gig, 1 Stack Oats, 50 Bushels Grass Seed, 10 Shares in Ashburton Dairy Company (fully paid up), and Sundries too numerous to particularise. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. Sale Starts 1230 p.m. H. A. LLOYD, 78 Auctioneer. PHONIA — An Ideal Tonic for anaemic wowen and girls, makes good red-blood. 2» » : bp^tle.— Bonnington's Pharmaoy.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9581, 8 April 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9581, 8 April 1919

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