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N.Z. FARMERS' GO-OP., LTD. PUBLfG AUCTION* short notice. ■=..;•■' 'suburban property. .-" charming home. U ACRES. ■ SATURDAY NEXT, APRIL 26th. At 1 o'clock. 'it'THE FARMERS' AUCTION ...MART, WEST feTREET. ''rrm£-'& FARMERS' CO ; OP. t AS--11 SOCiATION OF CANTERBURY, Ll'D lias received instructions trotn MR A. H, SPARROW (who^ia? -Purchased a Farm),, to Sell Ins Delightful Homo, situated on the South _East Belt, and comprising U AbHEb Ui< LAND. Erected thereon is a nearly New MODERN HOUSE, with Five Large ' Rooms, exclusive of the usual Olhces, Mastered 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 Orchard. ~ ; ■";;;"■ '■:\/'!,■,'"'■. MR SPARROW'S; intentions are. TO; SELL, ariii^hose requiring rt-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.' .1 N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD.,, 4 540 Auctioneers. ?■■■■ PUBLIC NOTICE. ASHTON LANDS. *v ACRES. 116 ACRES. 'SATURDAY APRIL 26, 191?. ..'■■■ •■■ At 1 p-m. f ■■ LAND SALE ROOMS, WEST STREET THE N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSOOfATH&N OF CANTERBURY, LTD., hae received instructions from,Mß W. STEVENS, to S.ell • in conjunction with FERRIMAN AND CO., as above: — ALL THOSE PARCELS OF LAND j contained in Two Blocks, being R.S. 26421, of 82 ACRES 1 ROOD 34 POLES, and R.S. 35754, of 34 ACRES. Total—ll6 ACRES 1 ROOD 34 POLES. Cultivation — 14 Acres Stubble Balance Grasses in abundaaice. j EASY TERMS.-. . . FURTHER ENQUIRIES. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD., ! FERRIMAN AND CO., ; 4 382 Joint Auctioneers, j BUSINESS NOTICES. j c ■■' '■'■ '■'. — . j LONDON DIRECTORY. ! (PabUshed Annually). London and the suburbs, ifc contain.! tut§ .of .• .. : ■..;.-.... _ ■ 'j EXPORT MERCHANTS i Enables Traders throughout th* j world to communicate direot with Eng- • liah MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS in each class of goods. Besides with the goods they ship, and the Colonial and Foreign markets they ittp> biy: al«> PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in the principal provincial towns* *nu industrial centres of the United Kingdom. BrsHiness Oards of Merchants and Dealers seeking ; ;, jbtiixjofl AGENCIES can now be printed under each trad* in which they are interested at a cost of £1 for each trade heading. Larger advertisements from £3 to £12. A copy of the Direotorj will be B«aV by post on receipt of postal orders for 11111. THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., Limit**. EUROPEAN AGENCY, WHOLESALE Indents promptly executed at Lowest Cash Prices for *i) British and Continental GoodB;! including— ,■■■."...•"■■.■■ ';' v Books and Stationery. | Boots, Shoes, and Leather. Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries. China, Earthenware, "and Glassware. Cycles, Motor Cars, and Accessories. Drapery, Millinery, and Piece (roods'.'. Fancy Goods 'and Perfumery• . Hardware, Machinery, and Metals. Jewellery, Plate, and Watches. TThotopxaphic and Optical Goods. Provisions and Oilmen's Stores, Etc. Etc. '•Commission 2\ to 6 per cent. Trade Discounts Allowed. Special Quotations on Demand. : Sample Cases from £10 upwards. Consignment® of Produce Sold ob Account. WILLIAM WILSON AND SONS. 25 Abehurch Lave, London, E.C Cable Address: "Aanuaire, London." "/CLINCHER CROSS" are tlus only V_^ Plantation Robber Tyres which 'liave emerged successfully from a rSOOO mile? R.A.C Test. RIDERS ".*?• Harley Davidson aud ludiaV Motor Cycles can no? ypnmn Clincher "DrewtoougbW i i*B». *», BoM by tb» trade oniy.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9594, 25 April 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9594, 25 April 1919

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