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N.Z. FARMERS 1 CO-OP., LIU. ■»' . '.[™ t '- . '."* ~ ASHBURTON FARMERS' CO-OP. HORSE FAIR.MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1919. PRESENT ENTRIES,— aa HEAD VARIOUS CLASSES, Including Young Draught Horses, Unbroken Draughts, and Good Saddle and Harness Horses. SPECIAL ENTRIES,— Black Gelding, Rubber-tyred G«g and Harness, Pedigree Draught Filly, 3yrs, broken to chains; several Unbroken Young '"Draught Horses; Full Teams just out of hard work. 2 Draught Mares, 4 and 7yrs; ail work 1' Draught Gelding . 1 Spring Cart Gelding, 4yrs Sale at 11 o'clock sharp. ' N.Z.; FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD., ;." 4 524 Auctioneers. CLEARING SALE AT WILLOWBY. . WEDNESDAY, "APRIL 30, 1919. ; : TTfTE? liavmg' v Sold Mr R. Frisby\s W Farni at Willowby, he has in-.! i structed us to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE, on above date, of all his ■ '-' '' LiyjE,'^ND p/EAD STOCK, y "v \'' comprising :—^; .. ' ■ ;'i SHEEP—": * ;' ' • -''* v' '■'"" "': :; 300 2-tooth 2-fered Ewes, E.L. and? -'• '^"B.L. Rams 11th April \ 100 2-tooth £-bred Ewes do <'340. 6 and 8-tooth 2-bred Ewes; B.L. Rams. Gth April '400 -Ifat. Lambs ■ 3QO FatAV.ethcre . . !- . ■■ ■■■ v . ItORSES— ". 6 Draught Mares and Geldings, from syrs upwards 2 2-yr-olda, unbroken 1 Yearling Draught Fil3j f 1 Yearling Draught Colt/ CATTLE AND PIGS— 2 Heifers, in profit and in calf ' 1 Cow, in calf , .3 Head Fat Cattte .. .... 3 Fat Bacon Pigs IMPLEMENTS— -'■■ • B.M. 3-FurrdwHiding Plough, Duncan 3^Furro# Plottgh, S:F. . Plough, M.H. Combined Drill, MvH. Binder; P. '■■•• and 0. Grubber,- B.: MoD.. Disc Harrows, 3 Farm Drays and' Frames; 1 Spring Cart, Trolly, 5-teafed Tyne Harrows,. 4-leafed Tyne Harrows, • Heavy Twitch Harrows, Rotary Hailjws, \ Tripod Harrows, Stripper, Hay Hake/ Stewart Clipper, A very Scales, ■ Sack Barrow, Wheelbarrow, Riddles, Stack Scoop, Ladderay Horse and Sheep Feeders, 12 Coils Sheep Netting, 6 Coils Cyclone, Quantities of Gal: vanised 'Wire, Stakes, Sacks, Plough Shares, Manure, Leading and Plough Chains, 6-Hors© Block (complete), 2 Cart Saddles, 2 Riding Saddleß, Gig Harness,- Tarpaulin, . 2 Lawn Mowers, 36 Gallons Motor Oil, Churn, Meat §afe (new);: Furniture, 2 Sheep .Dogs, Roller. Vyce, Anvil, nnd a large Collection of Useful Sundries. Sale-, at 11.30 o'clock sharp. -, LUNCHEON PROVIDED. N.Z. FARMERS' COOP.. LTD., 4. 442 Auctioneers. CLEARING SALK AT WAIRUNA ESTATE, LQWCLIFFE. MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919. THE N.Z. GOVERNMENT having purchased the Wairuna Estate for Soldiers' Settlement, we have been Instructed to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE,' on above date, of all . . . LIVE AND; DEAD STOCK, comprising;—-. SHEEP— 950 2, 4, 6, and S-tooth Ewes yOO Forward 2-toofli Wothera 150 M.S. Lambs 100 Fat Ewes 1406 i X •€<■" ■'.-.;'• '.•■■■ HORSES— .'■•■'■' : 12;:i>rauglit Mares and Geldings (all young and staunch) '10 Unbroken Draught Fillies and Geldings, 2 and 3yrs ....,-.•, \ Harness and Gov6is for all''Working Horses. cattle-- . f:: v ; ;I:'..';,. ['.'.'r\ 3 Dairy Gowb . 3'Head Fat Cattle r ■ . 2 .YjQung Steers/ . . 2 Sows, with.2B Sucking Pigs IMPLEMENTS, ETC.— •1 3-furrow Plough, 1 2-furrow Plough, Cambridge Roller, 1 Duncan Cultivator, Disc Harrows/ Hoover. Potato '.Digger, McGormack ■ Hayrake, MvH: ;B>riil, M.H. -Grafs Mower, 2:-MiH;'; :i•■•'•■Hinders, 1 peering Binder, 2 Sets 5- i leafed Harrows,.. Planet Cultivator, Planet Jr., Lister Engine, 2-Stand : Shearing Plant, Donald Wool Press, j Wool- Table, Avery Scales, 2 Farm j Brays and Frames, 1 Tip Dray and Frame, 1 4-ton Wagon. Trap, Phaeton, Blacksmith's Forge and Anvil, Ladder, Blocks and Chains, Trees, Wheelbarrow, Feeders, Hurdles, Separator, Quantities Iron, Timber, Empty Sacks, etc., 500 Bushels Algerian Oats, and Sundries too numerous to mention. 5»alo a-t 11 a.m. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. N.Z. FARMERS 4 CO-OP., 4 374 Auctioneers. . FTIRY fi PoamJ of Colombo Special 'Id Tea, tli© finost on the market, fe 4d Ib. BUXTON AN© THOMAS.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9595, 26 April 1919

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