N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD. FARMERS' CO-OP. MONTHLY HORSE FAIR. MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1919. PRESENT ENTRIES::' rjf\ HEAD OF VARIOUS # II CLASSES. Including several Full Teams of Good. j. Working Draught Horses. Sale at 11 o'clock sharp-. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD., 4. 44.9 Auctioneers.clearin6 sale at ' - willowby. Wednesday, april 30, 1919. WSJ having; Sold Mr R. Frisby's Farm at Willowbv, he lias instructed us to hold a COMPLETE, CLEARING SALE, ou above date, of all lm • LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, comprising:— SHEEP— 300 2-tooth 2-bred £wes, E.L. and B.L. Rains 11th April 100 2-tooth -J-bred Ewes do 340 6' and 8-tooth £-bred Ewes; B.L,,Rams ; 6th April 400 Fdt,iLambs. 300 Fat' Wethers, 1440 HORSES— C Draught Mares and Geldings, from ■ syns up wards .-.,.. 2 2-yr-olds, unbroken ' ■ ' 1 ' ■• - i : CATTLE AM) PIGS— .. i 2 iTeifers, in profit and Ln calif 1 Cow, in calf 3 Head Fat Cattle 3 Fat Bacon Pigs IMPLEMENTS— B.M. 3-Furrow Riding Plough, Duncan 3-Furrow Plough, S.F. Plough, M.H. Combined Drill, M.H. Binder, P. and a>. Grubfcer, B. Mcl). Disc Harrows, 3 Farm Drays and Frames, 1 Spring Cart, Trolly, ..=•■.s-leafed Tyne Harrows, 4-leafed Tyne .Harrows, Heavy Twitch Harrows; Rotary Har- j rows, Tripod Harrows, -, Stripper, Hay j Rake, Stewart Clipper, Avery Scales, Sack Barrow, Wheelbarrow, Riddles, Stack Scoop, Ladders, Horse and Sheep Feeders, 12 Coils Sheep^ Netting, 6 Coil's Cyclone, Quantities of GalH"»nised Wire, Stakes, Sacks, Plough S_ai-es, Manure, Leading and Plough Chains, 6-Horse Block, (complete), 2 Cars Saddles, 2 Riding Saddles, Gig Harness, Tarpaulin, :2 Lawn' 'Mowers,"' 30; tjallons "Motor Oil, Churn, Meat Safe (new)r- Furniture, 2 Sheep Dogs, an^- a large Collection of Useful Sundries, Sale at 11.30 o'clock sharp. LUNCHEON PROVIDED N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP.. LTD., 4 442 Auctioneers'.
CLEARING SALE AT WAIRUNA ESTATE, LOWCLIFFE. MONDAY, MAY 5, 1.919. THE N.Z. GOVERNMENT having • purchased the Wairana Estate ifor Soldiers' Settlement, we have been [instructed to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE, on above date, of all j" ; LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, j comprising*.— SHEEP— 950 2, 4, 6, and 8-tooth Ewes 300 Forward 2-tooth Wethers 150 M.S. 'Lambs 1400 HORSES— 12 Draught Mares and Geldings (all young and staunch) 10 Unbroken Draught Fillies and Geldings, 2 and 3yrs "• .-Harness and Covers for all Working Horses. CATTLE— 3 Dairy Cows 3 Head Fat Cattle 2 Young Steers IMPLEMENTS, ETC.— 1 3-furrow Plough, 1 2-f,urrow Plough, Cambridge Roller, 1 Duncan Cultivator, Disc Harrows, Hoover Potato (Digger, McCormack 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, Phfeton, 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. SJaie at 11 a.m. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. N.Z:' FARMERS' CO-OP., 4 374 ""'..:'■?■ ''■ ' Auctioneers. EEEP down the.Flies ay using the* followingJ-Gorgbn Fly Rolls, 7 for Is; Flibahe, 5 for Is; Fli-Killo Powder, lOd s also, in stock—Jeyes, Kerol, and Upino Disinfectants. BUXTON AND THOMAS, Triangle Stores. IMPROVE the Tone of Your Piano by Good Tuning E. M. PHILLIPS, Tuner and RepreHentafcive for Webloy,- Sons and Gofton Ltd.. Christohnrch. is now w town. Address all communications to 124 Wills Street West. TRY a Pound of Colombo Special Tea, the finest on "the market, '2s 4d lb. ..■'." ■• ■ BUXTON AND THOMAS.
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9589, 19 April 1919
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