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NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND A. CO. []C)f .E TH YEN '[ •'-'S.A.L.'B'., .THURSDAY, APRIL 24; 1919. - SPECIAL ENTRY: = ' On account of Client-^ 1200 J-bred Ewe Lambs, one earmark ' 1100 f-bred Wether Lambs, one ear- •;•■.: -.■ mark '-• 400 Fat Wethers NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY CO., OF N.Z., LTD., 4 452 Auctioneers. GUINNESS ANDgLECREN. LTD. CLEARING SALE AT MAYFIELD. THURSDAY, APRIL 24. " GUINNESS AND LECREN, LTD., have received instructions from Mr R. B. MaeMILLAN, who has sold' ihiß»Farm,tO hold an UNRESERVED i CLEARING SALE, on above date, of the Whole of his LIVE AND DEAD; STOCK, comprising:— • '"'.'■• '['„■■ • ". ■ ■ : 200 8-tooth 2-bi-ed Ewes (E.L.Rams going in April 18) 185 8-tooth; _'-bred : Ewes (E.L. Rams •v- : going in April'lß) . ' 150 6"-tpoth Fine £--bred Ewes ; (E.L,; v : Tlaims going in April &&)".. f ;. a ■:••-■ 150 4-tooth f-bred Ewes (E.L. Rams going in April 18) 86 2, 4, and 6-tooth _-bred Ewes (E.L. Rams going in April 18) • 120 .F.M. |-bred Ewes (empty) . 130. f-bred Ewe Lambs . .J,-50^|-bred M.S. Lambs 107? HORSES. 7 Draught Mares and Geldings, 4 to , 7 Byns (good all work) 1 Hack and Harness Mare, 7yrs CATTLE and PIGS— 2 Cows, in full profit > I Cow, due to calf in 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 D., Set 4-leaf Harrows and Bar, Cambridge Roller, P;;and: Di. Stripper, 15-boulter (combined) ■rfDrill',--' P. and iD. v 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-liorse Trees, Double Trees, Ladder, Wlieelbarrow, 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 Dogs7^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.

LAND AND GENERAL. j DAVID FRIEDLANDER. i AND COMMISSIONAGENT. -.'"' "■ 7 '!"'" • HAVE a Large Number ot f:!n<7i Properties on my Books for PRIVATE SALE, and shall be pleased tn arrange inspection -to bona fide buyers.--? ">■ • ■' ■ t.,.■■-: ALL STOCK SALES in the County are »regularly attended by me,-. and I can assure.clients of my very best personal attention to their interests.:' FAT STOCK drafted either'for sal.' through Yards or for Works. SKIN SALES are held by me every Alternate MONDAY, at my Rooms. I can Supply in 51b or 101b Tins the NOTED SUNBEAM TEA. D. FRIEDLANDER. i AUCTIONEER. FOR reliance and economy fit CLINCHER CROSS MOTOR TYRES—made from the finest rubber by the North British Rubber Co. Obtainable from all dealers and garages; District Agents: Canterbury Farmers' Co-op. Association, Ltd., Timaru. CYCLE Tyres and Accessories.—lt is a well-known fact that we have the largest, cleanest, and most up-to-date Stock of Tyres and Accessories in v:Ashburton. No matter what you require in our; Kno, it is procnr; able from W. Osman and Co., Burnett Street, Ashburton.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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