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N.Z. FARMERS' C0.0P., LTD. CLEARING-SALE AT RUAPUNA. ] WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1919. WE have been favoured wit|il instructions from MR THOS. HOWDEN, who has disposed ot his Farm, to hold a COMPLETE OLEAK--ING SALE, on above date, ol all his ~ LIVE AND' BEAD STOCK. •comprising:— .'. ...'■' SHEEP—.■""■ .\ ■ ■■"-■". ■"■', ■'..■, ~ ' 100 2 and 4-toot-ii' Ewes /. -.■ .. 150 4-year-old Ewes .> ."■". . . , . ... Cows in full profit v : 1 Cow in, calf \ v 1 Fat Cow 1 Steor 3 Calves "- - IMPLICMENTS and SUNDRIES— Trap and Harness, 300 Slakes, •Quantities Po&te, Stays, Cyclone and Sheep Netting, Empty .Sacks, etc., Garden Cultivator, Chain H«rioWß, Swingle Trees and Cliams Wlieelbai?ow, Grindstone, Meat Sate, Blocks, -Horse Feeder, Farm and Carpenters Tools. Kerosene Stove,, with Oven, Hanging Lamp, 20 Pans of Fowls. Ouantitv of Household Furniture and Linoleums, and a Large Collection ot Useful Sundries. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. Sale commences 12 o'clock. N.Z. FARMERS 7 CO-OP., LTD., 5 .{gl , ... Auctioneers. ■ CLEARING SALE AT MKTHVEN. .FRIDAY. MAY -16, 1919. THE NEW ZEALAND FARMERS' CO.-OPERATIVE ASSN.. LTD., , 'having Sold MR C. LAMBS-Property, - has received instructions to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE, on above , date', of "the Whole of lus : ' ti LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. ,: comprising :-r- x SHEEP— 150 S.M. <i and |-bred Ewes; rams in April 30 190 Fat Lambs 100 Fat,; Ewes:; • ■ . ';•' ~ l ■'■ HORSES-f '~.,. ..',..vy:. ; :'' ■ ■ • 6 Draught Marge and Geldings • 1-.Chestnut-Hackney Gelding--..; Harness and Covers for all Eor-ses. CATTLE^-. ' 3 Dairy Cows, in profit 1 Fat Cow 1 Hoifer Calf IMPLEMENTS, ETC.— 1 B. McD. 3-furrow Riding Plough, Set 5-leafed Tyne Harrows, Set P. and D. Disc Harrows, P. and a>. Grubber, 1 Colonial 17-Coulter Combined, Drill, Cambridge Roller, 2 Farm Drays and Frames, 1 Tip Dray, 1 Spring Cart, 2 Sheep Feeders, 1 Set Tripod Harrows, 1 Set ■ 6-ieafed Harrows, 1 Set. 4-leafed-Harrows, Pony Cart, 1 Vega Separator (45 gallons), 2 Cart Saddles and Britchings, 3 Sets Leading Chains, Plough Chains, 6 Horse;" Set (coniplete) Swingle Trees, Pig Feeder, 6 Coils Cyclone Netting, Barb Wire, Kauri Pickling Tub, 400 Empty Sacks,. 1 Ton-Coal, Quantities Oatsheaf Chaff,, Fowl Wlieat, Emerald: Rye, Ryegrass, 150 Sacks Oat Straw Chaff, 1 Stack Oat Sheaves. Farm Tools, and Sundries too numerous to mention. Sate at 11.30 sharp. LUNCHEON PROVIDED N.Z. FARMERS' CO.OP. -/LTD., Auctioneers. CLEARING SALE AT WHEAT- , _/;•_ ■■■-.'; ■•. STONE.. . ■ MONDAY, MAY 19, 1919. WE have received instructions from MR D. S. GILMOUR, who has Sold his Farm, to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING. SALE, on above date, of all his ■ ' , LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, comprising :—:: '. SHEEP—,. 110 2, 4, 6 and 8-tooth Ewes 50 Fat and Ewe«- and Wetliers ; ; '.. . HORSES— 4 Draught Maros, 3 to 9yrs 1 Spring Cart' syrs 1 Spring Cart Gelding, 4yrs 2 Colt Foals, by Duniire Fabnc Harness and'< Coveirs for all Horses. IMPLEMENTS, ETC.— , 15-Coulter Combined Drill, Roller, 3-furrow Plough, 6-Horse Yoke, Ihincan Grubber, Mower, Stripper, 3 Drays and Frames, Scoop, 2 M.H. Binders, 3leafed Light Harrows, 4-leafed Heavy Harrows, 5-)>cafe<.l Medium Harrows, Disc Harrows,' Dog Cart and Harness, Methven Copper, Pickling Tub, 2 Tarpaulins, Bees and Patent Bee Boxes, Quantities Stakes. Wire Netting, Plain and Barb Wire, and a Useful Collection of Farm Tools and Sundries. Sale at, 11.30 prompt. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. N;Z. FARMERS' CO-OP.. •S 80 . Auctioneers. tea: .■■:•■. ■ I~*i OOD Ceylon Tea, Iβ 9d per 1%, or VT Bs. 6d per 51b Box; Colombo Tea. 51bs 9e 6d and l<is; 51b Boxes Broken Orronge Pekoe 10s; 51b Boxes "Taywatte Tea (tfce best procurable), , THOMAS BROS.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919

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