Auction Sales. N.Z. LOAN & MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, LTD. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Buyers are notified that at all Auction Sales delivery will only be given for GASH, unless arrangements for Credit have been previously made with the Management. T IST OF COUNTRY SALES ±J -FOR SEPTEMBER. PUKEKOHE —Dairy Sales, Thursday, 2nd. NGATEA—Friday, .3rd. CLEVEDON— Messrs Branson and Mc- , Donald's Clearing Sale, Saturday, ill). PAPAKURA—Tuesday, 7th. WARKWORTH—Thursday, 9th. PAPAKURA—Dairy Sales, Friday, 10 th. CLEVEDON—Monday, 13th. ■PUKEKOHE—Tuesday, 14th. KAUKAPAKAPA —Friday, 17 til. WAlUKU—Friday, 17 th. / KAlHU—Saturday; 1 8 th. MANGAWHARE—Tuesday, 21st. ARAPOlHJE—Wednesday. 22nd.' MAUNGATUHOTO—Thursday, 23rd. PAPAKURA —Dairy Sales, Friday, 24th KAUKAPAKAPA —Tuesday, 28th. WHITFORD —Tuesday, 28th. TUAKAU—Thursday, 30th. WEEKLY SALES: FAT CATTLE, SHEEP, CALVES, PIGS, ETC. —Every Wednesday at Wesf•fleld Yards. r DAIRY AND STORE STOCK, AND Westfleld Yards. STORE SHEEP. —Every Thursday, ANNUAL SHEEP AND BULL FAIRS'" 1926. r Horse Sales will be held as advertised. 1 Should tliere be any alteration of the dates in this Calendar, it will be fully advertised. PUKEKOHE BULL FAIR —Monday, October 4. PAPAKURA BULL, FAlß—Friday, October 8. FRANKLIN JERSEY BREEDERS' CLUB'S ANNUAL PEDIGREE SALE —Tuesday, September 21. PUKEKOHE YARDf SPECIAL DAIRY SALE. THURSDAY. SEPT. 2, AT 11.30 A.M. IY COWS AND Entries Solicited
CLEYEDON. SEPTEMBER 'i. The undersigned Have received instructions from Messrs Branson and McDonald, Ness Valley, Clevedon, to sell THE WHOLE OF THEIR LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. AT 12 NOON. 31 COWS, in milk and due to calve August, and September. J. Empty Cow. 2 Yearling Heifers. 2 G-year-otd Mares, all farm work. 1 Aged t '.elding, saddle and harness. J 3-year-old Gelding. 1 2-ycar-old Filly. 4 Porkers. 27 4-toolh Wethers. 32. Hoggets. JGO Ewes, 4, (') and fresh full-mouth b.r.w. Engligli Leicester and Ronm.cy. Rams. 4 Rams. 1 00 Gal. Alpha-Laval Separator. "No. 'i Domo Separator. 1 1.0 Gal. Greani Cans. Dairy' Utensils, Chum. Mower (Emmerson Osborne), Hay Ralce . (Emmerson Osborne). Booth. Maedonakl Sleet Queen Disc (10 blades). 1 Sledg>>. Shod; Set Tine Harrows, Set Chain Harrows. Set Tripod Harrows. Spring Tip-Dray, Spring Trap, seal 'i, Collars and Hames, Plough Chains (•'" prs). Back Bands (4 prs.), Saddle and Breeching for Spring Dray, Riding Saddle and Bridle. Grind- . stone. :i c-.c. Saws, ';'» Scythes, Axes, Slashers, Maul. and Wedges, quantity Tools, ,2 Woolpacks. -'lO galv. Rooting iron. quantity Barbed and Plain Wire, Manure. Sel of '.. :i. 2 Swindletrees. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND Separator Chairs. Firescreen. 2 Wooden Curbs, i Pictures, Bookcase, , Books, Tin Trunks. Medicine Chest. Linoleum. Kitchen Chairs, Rimu Oval Table, Kitchen Utensils, Irons, .lam, .lam Jars, Preserving Bo I lies. 10 Fowls (While Leghorns). Luncheon Provided. PAPAKUBA YARDS. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER Lli ~ Cattle Fair of the Season in the above yards, and will offer upwards of 7">o HEAD MIXED CATTLE. Among them: From Mr Holier! Betas, Olioro Estate — 120 Crown Sleers, in forward and fresh condition. Entries Solicited. ic undorsigni-d liAve received in struetions from Mr O. Walker, win has sold his farm, lo soil THE WHOLE OF HIS LIVE AND DEAD STOCK.
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