DUVAUCHKLbE HALE. rpWZ NZ FaKMBRS , COOP ASSO A- CI * ! lON will offer for sale at the ■jaLy-irda. Djvauchelle, on FRIDAY NEXT. March 3m> T/r FAT CATTLE I . ■ 18-MONTHB OLD BTEBUS AND 4l> HEIFERS Other Entries Solicited. NZ FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSOCIATION Auctioneers. DUVAUCHELLE SaLE. Ti f ESSRS W. d 7 WILKINS & SONS Will hold their MONTHLY STOCK SALE AT DUVUCHELLE OS FRIDAY NEXT. MARCH 3kd, Piesent Entries— 9 ~ 2* YEAR FAT AND FORWARD OO STEERd ,)A 2 and 3 YEAR STORE CATTLE ~f\ 18-MONTHS CATTLE (mixed O \) sexes) W. D. WILKINS & SONS, Auctioneer?. DUVAUCHELLE SALE. NEXT FRIDAY, 3rd MARCH, 1916 Special Entry— 25 3 yaar old Steers, Shorthorn Hereford Cross 15 Fat Cows and Heifers Further Entries Invited I NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CO, LTD. Auctioneers. TvUYAUCBELLKS SALE. FRIDAY NEXT On account Messrs MOORE BROF, Consignment Prime Fat Cattle Oo account Mr J. W. CLARK, 8 Yearlings, good condition 3 First-class Springers On acoount CLIENT, Pony Mare rising Gyre, 14 hands, broken saddle and harness, FURTHER ENTRIES SOLICITED. PYNE & CO., Auctioneers. LITTLE EIVER EWE PAIR. TUESDAY, 21st MARCH "PRESENT ENTRIES— Acoount Mrs Birdling 1000 Good Two-tooth Ewes Also the Annual Drafts from the following Clients:— Messrs F G Birdling, Thos Feather, W H Montgomery, and C Wynn Williams; also Mr J F Buchanan's Draft in oonjunotion with H. Matson and Co. Particulars as to ages and numbers in later advertisement PYNE & CO. Auctioneers T ITTLE RIVER SALE. JLj — - ' CENTRAL YARDS TUESDAY, 7th MARCH, 1916, PRESENT ENTRIES : 500 Crossbred Store Lambs Further Entries Invited. T ITTLE RIVER EWE FAIR will be -I-J held on TUESDAY, 21st Maroh Next. A note of any Entries for this fixture will be gladly reoeived. NZ FARMERS COOP ASSOCITION, Auctioneers'
H. MATHON & CO. IMPORTANT LAND AND STOCK ! S*LE OKAIN'S BAY. O" MAT-ON AND CO. are instructed -LA c by Mre Emma Nicholson, executrix of the will of the late Thomoe Harris, to sell at DUVAUCHKLLE'S SALE, FRTDAY, MARCH 3bd 15S ACRES 3 ROODS IN THREE LOTSLOT 1.—60 ACRES, or thereabouts, being land included in C.T. Vol 55, Fol, 65, and being Rural Section 24977. LOT 2 -73 ACRES 3 BOODS. bein R the land included in C.T. Vol. 55, Fol. 60, and being Rural Sections Nos. 22953 and 23550. LOT 3.—20 ACRES, being the land in» eluded in C.T. Vol. 138, Fol. 145, and being Rural Section 4652. The several lota will be sold with all improvements thereon, and all particular? may be had from and plan seen at our office. Also 50 Cattle and Da ; ry Utensils. H. MATSON AND CO. CANTERBURY COLLEGE LEASES. -Of-FIRST-CLASS AGRICULTURAL RESERVES. . TERMS: Twenty-one Years from May Ist, 1916. H MATSON and CO. will offer by s Auction on TUESDAY, March 7th, 1916, at the CENTRAL SALEYARDS, LITTLE RIVER, The LEASES of Lots 1 to 9 inclusive. Number of REBERVE 157; This land oomprises some of the richest land and the heaviest pasture in Banks Peninsula, and the position being so central, it affords an opportunity to those settlers in tbu outlying bays, who want paddooks to raise stock from the plains, or to placn their stook there awaiting transbipmeat to point of realisation, the opportunity to satisfy their requirements. During the season we have hundreds of enquiries for suob places in Little River. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE 1 ALSO, ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH Bth, 1916, &t 2.30 p.m., At H. MATSON and CO.'S SALE ROOMS, CASHEL STREET, RESERVES 925. 1135, 1176, and 1187, Comprising Land at WEEDONS, OXFORD and BURNHAM. The nbove select properties are being submitted by the instructions of the CANTER* BURY COLLEGE BOARD, and further particulars can he acquired from THE REGISTRAR OF CANTERBURY COLLEGE (Mr a H. M eon), MESSRS GARRICK, COWLISHAW, ALPKKS, and NICHOLLS (Solicitors to the Board), Or H. MATSON end CO Auctioneers. Aiiroa Sleep ond cottle Fiir. toesoay, mmms 21 MATSON & CD'S YARDS, LITTLE RIVER WE SOLICIT ENTRIES for this Important Annual Fixture. This Fair always commands the attendance of a representative lot of buyers from the Plains, and affords the Peninsula farmer an anparalled advertisement. Firstly, for his farm Secondly, for his own ability and repu> tation as a raiser of stock. We ehall be glad to reoeive particulars of entries. H. MATSON & CO. Mothers! give your children "NAZOL." when they have oolds or sore throats. This famous remedy can be inhaled or taken on a lump of sugar. A few drops will shift the most obstinate cold.
THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO, The New Zealand— — Loan and Mercantile Agency Go. LIMITED, Having purohased MR. ROBERT LATTER'S BUSINESS, invite your support* I lltf aa| our STORE IS UP-TO-DATE, SO ARE OUR METHODS. Wβ W WHm To prove thiß send us your o|Jpi 1 Sn*ea e;#«fftfl*Er We solicit entries for the'JDUVAUOHELLE STOCK bALE. whioh may be left with our representative, MR. ROBERT LA'TRR or our Travelling Agent. Mr FRANK F xHEY, Little River We also hold Sales at LITTLE RIVER and ADDINGTON, and shall be glad of your entries. Oeapinn and Lani Sales %*T&fi?i£ ■• entire satisfaction. W© Js*Sy GOOKSFOOT, GRAIN, CHAFF Bio. for Casla %MJ*> «S«11 «.* GRASS SEEDS. FENCING WIRE, IWOOL-PRE9SEB. We S96JU ait SHREP DIP, COBN SACKS, BINDER TWINE, and LrfOWesi H&tflSS everything you requirejon a farm. W& ARE SOI»E AGENTS FORMoDOUGALL'S DIP (Liquid Non poieonoua, Paste Poisonous). UNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD. (Fire, Employers' Liability, eto.) Sheep dipped in MoDougall's Dip have won at all principal shows this year, including Canterbury. Otago, Manawatu andHawke's Bay: C 9 Championships out of 88, 734 Awardß out of 986, i.e., 74% THI>K THAT OVER New Zealand Loan ami Hemssanfiie Agency Gus Limifede R L M KITXO Uaneger, OhnsUhatfe
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