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N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION. r n.z. n Farmers' Co-op. Associationgof Canterbury, Ltd. I AUCTIONEERS, WOOL BROKERS, I FAT AND STORE STOCK SALESMEN, i LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS} 1 CHRISTGHUeCH. I Sales, of all classes of Fat and Store;! Stock negotiated either hy} 1 Public Auction or Private | REPRESENTEDJjAT* ALL DUVAUCBELLE AND;LITTLE BIVEB SALES. 1 I Clearing Sales undertaken in any district. Wtekly Sales at our §| Chrißtohurch, of Sheepskins, Bides, Wool, fat, Hoi sebair, etc. |j , Monthly Sales of Wool, Crutchingf, eto ' • ' H i . ■ ~ == . y I ADiSIi*iGTOI« MARKET | The eading market in New Zealand Highest prices'guarrnteed for_all clas-es H of Fat Stook(g|.,*4gj ' ' I Consign your Stock | iTHE NEW ZEALAND ' 1 I FABMEBS' CO-OP. I <f Association of Canterbury, Ltd. 1 ;«M*wiiiHM-Taßiwuwa«a---

.. : .:-;'; ,[.'■.-■''/.. '■~■■■, v ( MATSN-Ara^Cj6.'f' WO£>t_.. WOOL, WOOL , mHE WOOL SEASON is almost with us again, and when the question of what Agen j X will act for you and market your olip comes up for consideration I REMEMBER THE OLD FIRM OF H. MATSQN & CO. REMEMBER THE OLD FIRM OF H. MATSON & CO. [Established 1862.J j We are A FBIVATE FIBM, one ol the very few which have been able to keep we to'l the front in spite of the oompeiition of gigantic financial concerns. ' JbOR THE BENEFIT OF. OUB MANY CLIENTS we recently erected a fine New Wool Store, built along the most modern lines. It is the result of years of thou3ht and j experi .and is designed with the one object of shewing every lot entrusted to our care I to THE BEST POSSIBLE ADVANTAGE. J THIS STOBE ADJOINS THE ADDINGTO N SALEYABDS, where farmers can con J ■ veniently inspect their lots on Market Day, whioh leads to comparisons and friendly I rivalry. ' I

Personality Personality Personality Has always been, aud still is, the KEYNOTE OF OUR BUSINESS vvn^J°l^i^rr\l oa^^ te f or , reftl . iziition ° n your behalf will receive the oarefu PERSONAL ATTENTION of the actual principals of the firm. YOUR WOOL, if placed in our bands this coming seaßon, will be VALUED AND SOLD ; 1 „ y n one , B THE PRINCIPALS, who will leave no stone unturned to get you THE BEST -: | POSSIBLE PRIC&q vwtm ' 1 WE TAKE A PERSONS INTEREST in our many olients. When you deal with us you deal DIRECT WITH PRINCIPALS, and every detail of your business is jealously guarded. NO MATTER WHAT YOU HAVE TO SELL, be it | STOCK ■ A PRODUCE > WOOL ■* °- R SKINS . - ■ | LET DS;HANDLE IT OB YOC-It will be worihOour wh SKINS. SKINS. SKINS, ;WE MAKE A SPECIALITY OF SELLING SKINS. ■ Save what you have, bundle them up, and forward to ua for realization TFTPV »-ri? \ S q °uSg M s?mf- W6 WHI BeDd y ° U a SALE HELD EVERY TEURSDAY. Station Requisites Station Requisites Station Requisites X™SiV' 0 - 0k °l ev | r y' hin 8 yo« need. WOOLPACKS, TWINE, BRANDING OIL CORNSACKS, etc., etc. Seed, and Manures ol all binds supplied. ■"""«•""'■<* UI L, Money Money Money ™_ _. . .

We oan arrange over land on the lowest basis, and we make advances' |__*_BWUUIj and STOCK at ourren* rates H.MATSON&Co. AUCTIONEERS, WOOL BR O EERB, AND LAND SALESMEN, 134 CASHEL STREET, Ghristehuroh. I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4414, 21 July 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4414, 21 July 1914

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