OALGETY & COMPANY. LIMITED. . 'J'"'';clfi2A'RiNG;;SAiii-' r -»**. '•'-■ AT f'BELMOiNT,'' METHYEIS;.: ] THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1919. ■ '... '' ■'. 11.30".a.m. . : , • ,;.: •lIIJTE havti hmn instructed I>y ;VV Messrs fiENiD-EHSON BROS., "Belmont," Methvew (whose ' Property* we, have :&old)y" to hold a :■•'■'■: jCOMPLETE. CLEARING SALE, , | Of the 'Whole of tketi"LlVE' AND ! DEADSTOCK, as under:— 'i. STOCK— . 200 Sound and Full-mouth Ewes 300 Wethers ■ 100 Lambs » '2 B.L. Rams 2 Cows, in profit 1 Cow, springing 2 Heifers 2 Calves '" 1 Steer 1 Six-nion>ths-old B-ull 2 Pigs 12 Draught Horses, b-i-ok-effl. to all work. 1 Hack- i ■ ; 1 Pony ■ IMPLEMENTS AM$ ■ SUNDRIES— ■ Buggy; Grindstone:' Pony Gig,. Set s|leai: Tine Hai-rowsy Spring Dray,- ---■ Planet Junr., 5 McG<*rmick Binders,, 2 ;Dunoiin DailLs, Broadcast Sower, Disc Harrows, Set Light Tsu-e Harrows, 2 !B!F- Ploughs,. 3-F. Klougli, ■'% Ksc Plouglis, Roller; 2- Wagp>ns, ■ % Farm, Drajvs, 2 Turnip ■GrUbb'er,v Horse feeder, .5 Shee-p Feedere, Travelling M\\% Wharß on ,'Wlieels :(3 .b'uiife al?d steve 1 compfote)^ a' Quantity of Kitchen Far-. nituJl©';: also, targe Qiiantity of-' ll>.raught Horse and Hack Haffltt*jTools and' Sundries too nuifielous- &' mentdaitc. 2 Stacfes Oat Slieaves. ■ L¥NGHEON> PROVIDSD.' DALGETT AND'CO., liTD., 4 509 ,y AlictioneerS; • DALGETY; AKD GO) f LTD. PRELIMINA-RY -ADVERTISEMENT;". IMPORTANT' CIiEfARKsTG SALE. D ALGETY ANTXCO., LTD. (having Sold MR McFAIV LANE'S Farm), have received his instructions to Hold a CEEARLVG.-SALE (in conjunction- with' the NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CO., LTD.), of the Whole of %'is ; '",; LIVE AND IDEAD • STOCK, On the Farm at Valetta; on I MONDAY, MAY 12, 1919, i Atsll'a.m. j Full Particulars- in next advertise;ment. . i DALGETY ASD'CO,, LTD.; NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY CO. OF N.Z., LTD., . (4 521 Jdint Aiiictioneers.
■, BUSINESS NOTICES. ' . ■'.-'■■ ' ■ ' - • ■ ■ ■ 'DURABLE FOOTWEAR I; l at POCKET COMFOfRTING PRICES. It doesn't pay to purchase Boots and Shoes that don't' carry a, guarantee. Every pair here is guaranteed true to description, mad^l from durable materials andi better- quality at the prices made oiv them tKan are current today. Don't hesitate-to make a comparison —these- will stand any test, and come | out on top. IF J it's durability, smart effect, and reasonable prices you are after, step rights* in and see* these. MEN'S CHROME DERBY BOOTS, extra* durable quality, with Heel and Toe Slates—22/6 .MEK'-a- VIS€|OLISED SHOOTERS, nailed and, unnailed, pegged, and screwed soles, sewn throughout wiwi waxed.thready heel and toe plates, guaranteed waterproof, the beGt outdoor boot for heavy service—Onlyv 36/6 MEN'S DURABLE KIP SHOOTERS, nailed—24y,6 * !MES?S GIiM)IE DERBY'S for best. Splendid Values at 25/6, 27/6, 29/6. ■ Wide -welted models at 32/6, 34/6 'MEN'S TAN BOX CALF SHOES—at '■■' 35/6 ■■ MEN'S TAN BROGUE SHOES—at ; "42/6 ' : ■ ' MEN'S B&ACK DERBY SHOES, very, ; smart styles at 35/6, 39/6, 42/ ft MEN'S STYLISH PUG-TOE GLACIiE DERBY BOOT, extra good value at. 35/6 Also,—A Nice Assortment of Trailing Bags for the Easter Vacation. T. A. BRYANT GiSNTLEMEN'B OUTFITTER. Mitchell »nd Turner's Buildings, BURNETT STREET. DON'T SCRAP YOUR OU) BIKE. TiRING it to me, and I will quote you to make it look and run like a new one. H. P. ARNST, East Street. IMPROVE the Tone of Your Piano by Good Tuning. R. M. PHILLIPS, Tuner and Representative for Webley, Sons and Gofton Ltd., Christchurch, is now m town Address all communications to 124 Wills Street. West. TRY a Pound of Colombo .Special Tea, the finest on th© market, 38 BtJXTON AND THOMAS.
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9592, 23 April 1919
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