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N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. CLEARING SALE AT ALLENTON. Thursday; April 24, i9i9v:••■.-■ WE have received instructions from MR J. MORIARTY, who is giving up Farming, to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE of all his LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. Full particulars will be advertisedlater. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD. 4 309 ■ Auctioneers. CLEARING SALE AT WAIRUNA 15STATE, LOWCLIFFE. MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919: THE N.Z. GOVERNMENT having purchased the Wairuna Estate for Soldiers' Settlement, we have been instructed to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING 'SALE; on above date, of all LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. comprising.:.—■ SHEEP— 950 2, 4, 6, and 8-tooth Ewes 300 Forward 2-tooth Wethers - dSO M.S. Lambs 140G y ' HORSES— 12 Draught/Mares and Geldings (all young and staunch) 10 Unbroken Draught Fillies and Geldings, 2 and. 3yrs Harness and Covers foi- all Working Horsesv CATTLE—/ 3 Dairy Cows ' - 3 Head Fat Cattle 2 Young Steers IMPLEMENTS, ETC.— 1 3-furrow Plough, 1 2-furrow Plough, (Cambridge Roller, 1 Duncan Cultivator, Disc Harrows, Hoover Potato (Digger, McCormax'k Havrake, M.H. Drill M.H. Grass Mower, 2 M.H. Binders, 1 Deering Binder; 2 Sets sloafed Harrows, Planet Cultivator, Planet Jr.,= Lister Engine-. 2-Stand Shearing Plant, Donald Wool Press, (Wool Table, Avery Scales, 2 Farm ; Drays and Frames, 1 Tip -Dray and ! Frame, 1 4-ton Wagon, Trap* Phreton, Blacksmith's Forge and Anvil, Ladder, | Blocks and Chains, Trees, Wheelbarrow, Feeders,, Hurdles, Separator, Quantities Iron;; Timber, Empty Sacks,; etc:, 500 Bushels Algerian Oats;, and Sundries too numerous to mention. Sale- at lli a.m.. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., 4 374 A-ctibneers. GUINNESS AND LECBEN, LTD. CLEARING SALE AT MAYFIELD'. THURSDAY, APRIL 24. GUINNESS AND LECREN, LTD.. have received instructions from Mr R. B. MacMILLAN. who has sold his Farm, to liokl an UNRESERVED CLEARING SALE, on above date, of the Whole of his LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, comprising:— SHEEP. 200 8-tooth 3-bred Ewes (E.L.. Rams going in April 18) 185 6-tooth .-bred Ewes (E.L. Rams going in April 18) 150 b-tooth Fine ;}-bred Ewes (E.L. Rams going in April IS) 150 4-tooth -J-bred Ewes (E.L.. Rams going,in April 18) 86 2, 4, and 6-tooth -J-bred Ewes (E.L. Rams going in April 18) 120 F.M. 2-bred Ewes (empty) 130 2-bred Ewe Lambs 50 3-bred M.S. Lambs 1071 HORSES. 7 Draught Mares and Geldings, 4 to Byrs (good all work) 1 Hack and Harness Mare, 7yrs . - CATTLE and PIGS— 2 Cows, in full profit ; 1 Cow, due to calf hi June .1 Heifer, due to calf August 2 Yearling Heifers 1 Fat Cow * 1 Shorthorn Bull 2 Porkers ' IMPLEMENTS, and SUNDRIES,— D.F. Plough, P. and _>„ Set 4-leaf Harrows and Bar, Cambridge Roller, P. and D., Stripper, 15-coulter (combined) Drill, P. and <D., Cultivator, P. and D., M.H. Reaper . and Binder, Farm Dray and Frame, P. and D., Tip Dray, Spring Dray (light), Gig, Swingle Trees, Set Block and Chains, 4 and 5-horse Trees, Double Trees, Ladder, Wheelbarrow, Lawn Mower, Covers for all Horses, 6 Sets Collars, Hames and Winkers, 3 Sets Leading Harness, 5 Sets Plough Chains, Shaft Harness, Spring Dray Harness, Set Gig Harness, Riding Saddle- and Bridle, 6 Coils Wire Netting, 200 Empty Sacks, 1 Ton O.S. Chaff. 3 Bags (mixed) Grass Seed, 1 Bag Cocksfoot, 2 Sheep Dogs, "Dome" Separator (30 gallons), Milk Pans and Buckets, Butter Mixer, Mangle, Wringer, usual Farm Tools, and Sundries. FURNITURE. Oak Sideboard, Easy Chair, Small Table, Fender and Iron, Double Bed and Bedding, Settee, Kitchen Table, Chairs, etc., etc. Sale at 11 o'clock. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. GUINNESS AND LeCREN, LTD., 4 365 Auctioneers. ■— —. —— i " .'■■ iii ii' TRY a Pound of Colombo Special Tea, tho finest on the market, 25.4 d lb. BUXTON AND THOMAS. ■}

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9587, 15 April 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9587, 15 April 1919

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