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N.Z. FARMERS' GO-OP., LTD. FARMERS' CO-OP. AUCTION MART. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1919, At 1 p.m. WE have been favoured with instructions from MR A. H. SPARROW, to offer by Public Auction, on above date, his well-built and Commodious Residence, situated in South -East Bolt, comprising 6-Roomed House (plastered), Hot and Cold Water (High Pressure), Electric Light, Telephone., Stables, Fowl Houses, eto., and containing c One and ThreeQuarters Acres, 50 Young Fruit Trees;' Splendid Lawn, and Rose Garden. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD., 4 483 Auctioneers. FARMERS' CO-OP. MONTHLY HORSE FAIR. i ; --.;._ ■ MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1919. PRESENT ENTRIES: ' 7A HEAD OF VARIOUS 4X3 CLASSES. Including 'several Full Teams of Good Working Draught Horses. Sale at 11 o'clock sharp. .< N.Z, FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD>y 4 449 .. ■ Auctioneers. :•■"' ... CLEARING SALE -AT . -:^-- ALLENTON.r , [ THURSDAY; APRIL 24, .1919^ 7; WE have received instructions from MR. J.'MORI ARTY, who is giving up Farming, to. hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE.of all his LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. .comprising:— HORSES— s -, I 2 Ha*f-Draught Mares, 6 and 9yrs ■ j 1 Draught Gelding 1 Black Filly, rising 4yi*s; paddle and harness . 1 2 Yearlings CATTLE AND PIGS— ' . j 12 Dairy Cows 6 Heifers !•". 2 Jersey Bulls 10 Weaxier Pigs IMPLEMENTS— ".'.'.'." ! Set 3-leafed Harrows, Chain Har[rows, Roller, 3 Sets Discs, Dray and Frame, Tip Dray, Spring Cart, Water Cart, McCormick Binder, Mower, Side Delivery, 2 Grubbers, 2 Planet Jr., Ridgei\ Mangel Sower, Drill, Mangel Cutter, Wire Netting, Barb Wire, 6 Government Strain White Leghorn j Roasters, and a Large Quantity of Sundries. Sale at 1 o'clock sharp. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD. 4 443 ~ Auctioneer's.

CLEARING SALE AT WILLOWBY. WEDNESDAY,, APRIL 30, 1919. WE having Sold Mr R. Frisby's Farm at Willow by, he has instructed us to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE, on above date, of all his* LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, comprising:— SHEEP— 300 2-tooth 2-bred Ewes, E.L. and B.L. Rams 11th April 100 2-tooth Ewes do 340 6 and 8-tooth £-br«d Ewes; B.L. Rams, 6th April 400 Fat Lambs J 300 Fat Wethers . 1440 HORSES— 6 Draught Mares and Geldings, from syrs upwards 2 2-yr-olds j unbroken CATTLE AND PIGS— • 2 Heifers, in profit and in calf 1 Cow, in calf 3 Head Fat Cattle 3 Fat Bacon Pigs ff" IMPLEMENTS— . B.M. 3-Furrow "Riding. Plough, Duncan 3-Funw Plbugh, S.F. Plough, M.H. Combined Drill, M.H. Binder, P. and D. Grubber, B. McD. Disc Harrows, 3 Farm Drays and Frames, 1 Spring Cart, Trolly, . 5-teafed Tyne Harrows, 4-leafed Tyne Harrows, : Hea.vy Twitch Harrows, Rotary Harrows, Tripod Harrows, Stripper, Hay Rake, Stewart Clipper, Avery Scales, Sack Barrow, Wheelbarrow, Riddles, Stack Scoop, Ladders, Horse and Sheep . Feeders, 12 Coils Sheep Netting, 6 Coils Cyclone, Quantities of Galvanised Wire, Stakes, Sacks, Plough Shares, Manure, Leading and Plough Chains, 6-Horse Block (complete), 2 Cart Saddles, 2 Riding Saddles, Gig Harness. Tarpaulin, 2 Lawn Mowers, 30 Gallons Motor Oil, Chum, Meat Safe (new), Furniture, 2 Sheep Dogs, and,a large Collection of Useful Sundries. Sale at 11.30 o'clock sharp. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD., 4 442 Auctioneers. . KEEP down tbe Flies by using tbe following—Gorgon Fly Rolls, 7 for Is; Flibana, 5 for Is; FTi-Killo Powder. lOd ; also, in 6tock—Jeyes, Kerol, and Upino Disinfectants. BUXTON AND THOMAS, Triangle Stores. - IMPROVE the Tone of Your .Piano by Good Tuning E. M. PHILLIPS, Tuner and Representative for Webley, Sons and Gofton Ltd.. Cliristchurcb, •'■ is now in tnwn. Adflross nl! communications tb 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 9590, 22 April 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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