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N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD. CLEARING SALE AT OANESBURY. LISMORE. WEDNESDAY-, APRIL 23, 1919. THE N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSOCIATION OF CANTERBURY, LTD., have received instructions from MR A. T. LILLEY (we having Sold his Farm),-to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE, on above date, of all his : LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, comprising,— ' SHEEP— 600 4tootli 2-brcd Ewes 450 2-tooth A and § -bred' 600 |-bred Ewe Lambs 500 M.S. it-bred Lambs 200 2-tooth 2-bred Wethers 70 F.M. Ewes 50 2-tooth Merino Ewes 20 E.L. Rftius; ' mostly 1 and 2shear 2490 HORSES— 7 Draught- Maras and Geldings, from 4yrs upwards 1 Harness Horse, quiet for children to drive 1 Cob Mare, 4yrs, quiet in saddle and Harness CATTLE AND PIGS— 1 Coiv, in full profit 1 Springing Cow 2 Springing Heifers 1 Steer v 1 Bull 2 Bacon Pig* ,' ,4 Young Pig* 2 Good Sheep Dogs IMPLEMENTS— 1 D.F. Ploufeh, 1 S.F-. Plough, 1 P. and D. Farm Dray (new), 1 Heavy Spring Dray, 1 Light Spring Cart, 1 M.H. Combined Drill, 1 McCormick Binder (new), 1 Set P. and" D. Disc Harrows, 1 Set 4-leaf Harrows, 1 Giant Cultivator, Cambridge Roller, Water Race Plough, Trolly, Whare on Wheels, 2 Sheep Feeders, 1 2J-H.P. Lister Engine (nearly new), 1 3 Lister Shearing Plant, 1 P. and D. Wool Press, 1 P. and T>, Saw Bench .(new), 1 School Cart, Trap, Horse Feeders, Ladders, 6-Horse Set (complete), Stewart Ohp- < ping Machine, Wheelbarrow, Primrose Separator, 48 gallons (new), Planet Jr., i 20 Coils Cyclone Netting (new), Quan- : titles:, Netting, Plain and Barb Wire. ■}- i ton New Galvanised Wire, 200 Stakes, Posts. Empty Sacks, 3 Sets Leading , Chains, Cart Saddle and Bieechmg, i Spring Cait, Harness, Plough Chains, : CoveTs a^d'fforness foi all Horses, ! Riding Saddle, Ropes, 2 Tarpaulins, 4 I Tons Manure. Twine, Oils, Plough. Shares, Oat Shoaf Chaff, 1 Stack Oat: I Sheaves, Oats/ Gwrss Seeds-, Poultry,^ *nd a .Splendid Assortment of-'4TsefuTji Farm Tools and Sundries \ < \ v~ A Sale "at 11 o'clock sharp. .'i LUNCHEON PROVIDED. A N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP. LTD.. 1 f4 307 Auctioneers. ■■, METHVEN^ SALE YARDS. THURSDAY, * APRIL 24, 1919. QPECIAL ENTRIES,— Account Mr H. McLean, Mt; Hutfc (in conjunction with Messrs Pyne- and Co).:— ;v .. HORSES-, 3 Draught Mares and" Geldings, 4 ' and syrs; all farm work . 4 Draught. Mares and 2' ■ and 3vrs ; unbroken ', 3 Hacks' (6 to Byrs), broken to saddle ( and harness 3 Unbroken Hacks, 3 to Syrs Account Mr A. Hill, Contractor, < Methven: — I 5 Draught Marcs and Geldings-, all work. Account Clients: — 1 Spring Cart Mare, syrs 2 Draught Geldings, 7 and Syv» ; alt Farm Work 3 Draught Mares, 6yrs and upwards 1 Draught Gelding, 9yrs Further Entries Solicited. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD. 4 441 Auctioneers. j

PUBLIC NOTICE. ASHTON LANDS. ACRES. 116 ACRES. .sXtURDAY .APRIL 26, 1919. At 1 p.m. ' ' LAND SALE ROOM'S, WEST STREET THE N.Z. FARMERS' . CO-OP. ASSOCIATION OF CANTERBURY. LTD., has received instructions irom MR W. STEVENS, to Sell in conjunction with FERRIMAN AND CO., as above:— ALL THOSE PARCELS OF LAND contained in Two Blocks, being R.S. 26421, of 82 ACRES 1 ROOD "' -34 POLES, and R.S. 35754, of 34 'ACRES. Total—ll6 ACRES 1 . ROOD 3-1 POLES.; • Cultivation— ' '": 14 Acres Stubbie * Balance' Glasses in abundance. EASY TERMS. FURTHER ENQUIRIES. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP, LTD., FERRIMAN AND C 0.,. . 4 3g2 Joint Auctioneers. TH. DUNHAM, M.U.K.A. • Ladies' and Gents' Tailor and Breeches Maker, 120 Burnett Street. Member of the United Kingdom Association of Master Tailors aud Foreman Cutters, and Member of National ¥*ia*mtion of Foreman Tailor^ London, ;

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 19 April 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 19 April 1919

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