N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD. . . . • r~. i .a >;■. , SPECIAL NOTICE. •;'; OUII MONTHLY HORSE FAIR, : which was originally advertised, for'-Friday, 25th inst., but that date being "ANZAC (DAY," and gazetted' a Special Holiday,, we have altered the date of Sale to MONDAY, 28th INSTANT 1, . .and. owing to an. Exceptionally. Large 'Entry, .we have, 'fixed -the Time of Sale fOr.ll. o'clock sharp. :. vv:-,- •;.'>«,■-: N.Z. FARMERS' ©0-OP." LTD., _ 535 Auctioneers. PUBLIC AUCTION. SHORT NOTICE. SUBURBAN PROPERTY. CHARMING HOME. U ACRES. SATURDAY NEXT, APRIL 26th.. ' At 1 o'clock. AT THE FARMERS' AUCTION sif,-. MART, WEST STREET. # THE N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSOCIATION OF CANTERBURY, LTD., has received instructions from MR A. H. SPARROW (who has Purchased a Farm),, to Sell his: Delightful Home, situated on tho South East Belt, and comprising 1_ ACRES OF LAM>. Erected thereon is a nearly New MODERN HOUSE, with Five Large Rooms, exclusive of the usual Offices, plastered throughout, fitted with Electric Light, ■. Telephone, High Pressure Water, etc. The Grounds are tastefully arranged, being a natural terrace formation, and there are an Attracive Rose Garden, Splendid Shrubbery, and a Good Bearing; Od'chardi. MR SPARROW'S intentions are TO SELL, and those requiring a Real Nice Home or a Good Speculation, should attend this Sale. This Property; must be seen to be appreciated!.. NOTE TIME OF SALE :— 1 o'clock Next SATURDAY. . N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD., 4 54*0 ' Auctioneers. ASHBURTON FARMERS' CO-OP. HORSE FAIR. MO_vDA.Y, APRIL 28, 1919.. ■. - . PRESENT ENTRIES,— OA HEAD VARIOUS CLASSES, Including Young Draught Horses, Unbroken Draughts, and Good Saddle and Harness. Horses.. ;•'■ SPECIAL ENTRIES,— Black Gelding, Rubber-tyred Gig and Harness,. Pedigree Draught Filly, 3yrs, ;broken, to chains; several Unbroken Young, -Dli-aught Horses; Full Teams just out of hard work. 2 Draught Mares, 4 and 7yrs; all work 1 Draught Gelding \ 1 Spring Cart Gelaing, 4yrs ■'••■ Sale at 11 o'clock sharp. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD., 4 524 Auctioneers. ASHBURTON SALEYARDS. TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1919. 'OPEGIAL ENTRIES,— 800 Crossbred Wether Hoggets 500 4 and 6-tooth Wethers, -|-bred and Crossbred 100 F.M. Ewes 90 2-tooth Ewes and Wethers 360 M.S. Hoggets Further Entries Invited. N.Z. FARMERiFcO-OP., LTD., 4.546 Auctioneers. DON'T SCRAP '■■ '. YOUR OLD BIKE. TYRING it to me, and I will quote you to make it look and run like a new one. H. P. ARNST, East Street. —-_-,■■,-■■■-,.■■—., ..,—,- ■ ___. -,_„ i.i —i i——. in ■ ■_§ SPUING FLOWERING BULBS. ;i\TOW is the time to Plant. ,- Wo "±y* have in Stock: Narcissus, Anemones, Ranunculus, Tulips, Freesias, Irias, etc. THOMAS BROS. IMPROVE the Tone of Your Piano by Good Tuning E. M. PHILLIPS, Tuner and Representative for Webley, Sons and Gofton Ltd., Christchurch, is now in town. Address all communications to ; "24 Wills Street West. 17IIT CLINCHER DREADNOUGHT . TYRES to your Motor Cycle, and you'll be free from tyre trouble. Thoroughly well constructed from the ] finest rubber t and fabric, and always easy on tho rider.
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