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miNWALD YARDS. TUESDAY NEXT, MAY 6, 1919. Special' Entry account Mr. Win. SM})" ley, Eiffelto'n:— . 300 2' and 4-tootli Selected Ewes N.Z. FARMERS': CO-OP-, LTD. 5 7 Auctioneers. ■jtyJAYFIELD SALEYARDS. . • MONDAY NEXT, MAY 5, 1919. SPECIAL BKTUIES. .-Account Mr G. H. Sewell:— 150 2 and 4-tooth 3-»re_ Ewes; extra good Account Client:—' 1 Purebred Jersey Bull 1 Cow, due tc second calf 70 .Rape Ewes N/Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD. 5 77 . Auctioneers', PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT". CLEARLVG SALE AT CHERTSEY". WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1919. THE N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP. A&-\ SOOIATION OF CANTERBURY, LTD., having Sold tlie Farm, we have' been instructed by the TRUSTEES in the Estate of the late Walter Tavener" to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE. SHEEP, CATTLE, ! HORSES, IMPLEMENTS. - FURNITURE, ETC. Full particulars in later issue. N.Z. FARMERS'~CO-OP., LTD., :& 106 Auctioneers. OALGETY & COMPANY. LIMITED. DALGETY A_H> COMPANY, LTD, IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE. ..-..', V; AT VALETTA. On MONDAY,~I2th MAY, 1919. HAVING Sold his "Oranga" Farm, we have been instructed by Mr George McFarlane, to hold a COMplete unreserved clearing ::':■;;:.. •,:■;'•.,• ---sale,: •• -.-■;• '.. ■■: ,-.. (in conjunction with the NATIONAL MORTGAGE A.ND . AGENCY . C 0.,. LTD.)i of the Whole of -is LIVE AND IDEAD STOCK, as follows:— SHEEP— '■ ■ ;' , 455.4,, 6, and 8-tooth J and 5-bred Ewes, rams in April 18th . 241 2rtooth. S-k-ed Ewes, rams in ApriL 18th. : 210 Fat Lambs : 100 Fat Ewes ; 50 Mixed Sex Lambs 40 Fat and Forward' Ewes ' mi I HORSES— 4 Draught Mares and Geldings, 5 to . B'yrsI Aged Draught Mare I Half-Draught Gelding, 6yrs 1 Pony Mare, 6yre, quiet in saddle and harness 1 Unbroken Filly y Harness-and Coders for all Horses. CATTLE— 2 Cows in profit 1 Cow, due 12th June 2 Steei-s •1 Heifer ' .

2 Bacon Pigs and 2 Sheep I>ogs

IMPLEMENTS, ETC.— P. and D.D. 3-furrow Riding Plough, P. and D. Heavy Double-furrow Plough (new),, R. and G. 15-coulter Combined Drill, McCormick Binder (new), P. and DC Giant Grubber, Disc Harrows, Twitch Harrows, Harrow Seat, 2 Drays and Frames (one a Tip Dray), Whare on Wheels, 6-Horse Feeder on Wheels, 16 Sheep Boxes, Light Spring iDray, Gig and Harness, Pony Gigfand ! Harness, Avery Scales,'P. and D. Wool ! Press (new), Wool Table, Quantity of Stakes, .and Profits, Grindstone, Wheelbarrow, 7 Cords' Sawn Firewood, 40 Sacks Oats, 1 Ton of Manure, 2 Tons of Oatsheaf Chaff, 2 Riding Saddles and Bridle, 2 Sets of Leading Harness, 2 Cart Saddles. :and Breechings, Plough Chain, 6-Horse: Set of "'Blocks and Trees, Tarpaulin.. Stack Cover, Cement, Empty Sacks, Tools, and a large Quantity of Sundries.

ALSO,— Furniture, Garden; Tools, etc,

_ Seater "SAXON" MOTOR CAR, in good order.- ■

Auctioneers' Note.—Mr McFarliane paid particular attention in selecting the Stock and Implements, described above, and .buyers will' thereby be able to secure their purchases ,in tip-top quality. Sale a b 11 o'clock sharp. LITNCHEON~PROVIDED. DALGETY ANxTcO., LTD^ . NATIONAL MORTGAGE ft AGENCY CO. OF N.Z., LTD., 5 107 , Joint Auctioneers. . .... ... , -I.—m~~- — i i»i m—w———— TEA. (S OOD Ceylon Tea, ls 9d per lb, or T 8s Gd'per 51b Box: Colombo Tea 51bs 9s 6d and 10s; slb Boxes Broken Orauge Pekoe 10s; s!b Boxes iTaywatte Tea (the best procurable), lis. — At.THOMAS BROS. MACHINERY Owners should instal NORTH BRITISH BELTING m their factories 1 Its durability, andjasting qualities gives all round satisfaction. Test it agains tall makes.—JSNZ. Co nfcr oilers, Hayward Bros, and Co., Ud- : Christchurch.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9600, 3 May 1919

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