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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, 15 September 1911
THE AUCKLAOT). FARMERS , UNION LIMITED STOCK AND GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, ESTATE, COMMISSION AND INSURANCE AGENTS. VALUERS, ETC.
HEAD OFFICE: BANK STREET. WHANGAREI* AUCKLAND AGENTS. Our Agents In Auckland are MESSRS DALGETY AND CO., LTD., and all stock consigned to the t akMERS' UNION, AUCKLAND, will be handled by that Firm. AGENTS FOR THE NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA, THE^GUARm ASSURANCE CO. X CO., LIMITED (ACCIDENI BRANCH). ' S. VAILE AND SONS, LAND AGENTS, E. C. PILKINGTON AND CO.'S GRASS SEEDS. tIENTS COLLECTED. OUTDOOR SaSTcONDUCTED. WOOL, SKINS, ETC. THE COMPANY IS PREPARED TO RECEIVE WOOL, SKINS, HIDES, Ac., EtTHER FOR SALE IN AUCKLAND 8h SHIPMENT ■TO LONDON. TAGS Sd fDvTcE NOTES FOR SHIPPING SAME 3TO AUCKLAND RECEIVED ON APPLICATION. MILKING been appointed Agents for the celebrated RIDD Milking Machines, we are now in a position to supply same at short notice. Full particulars on applicat?OH. . GRASS MANURE, BONEDUST, &?.., PROM MESSRS, KEMPTHORNFi, PPOSSER AND CO., AND W. S. LAURIE AND CO., AUCKLAND. ABORTION CURB. ' Sykes' Abortion Cure, a -valuable help to the Dairyman, is mow in stock. SHEEP DIP. WOOL PACKS. % and Full Size Wool Packs, with loose or fast tops, on hand. Twine needles, etc. SLUGS. Prevent damage by Slugs, Snails. &c, by using APTERITE. Stocked in .large and small lots. , COOPER'S Powder and Liquid Dip on hand. WORM TABLETS. £ Coopers Tablets, invaluable for Lambs or Sheep. ftUINNELL'S HORSE & CATTLE REMEDIES. On Hand — Borse Licks, Cattle Drenches (before and after calving), Blistering Ointment, Udder Salve, &c. SYKES'DRENCH. Don't forget that Syke's Drench Had a reputation over the whole Dominion. Always in stosk and second to none SHEEP DIPPING BATH. . For lise of small sheep owners. Saoiplc at the Bazaar. Ask tor pamphlet. WAIPAPAKAURI, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th. 9nn h;ea:d cattle BAZAAR, WHANGAREI, WEDNESDY, 20th September, at 1 p.m. nf\ HORSES, including, On account of Mr H. Babe: — 1 Light Draught GELDING, 4 years, by "Salisbury Yet." 1 Medium Draught COLT, 3 years, "Master Deans." 4-year-old Black MARE, with Harness and D.S. Buggy. KAITAIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th. OKf\ Head Cattle, including f£)tJ\J OKi account of Mr Hj S. Houston — "1 6\f\ Mixed Cattle :i CLEARING SALE. THE PINES, CENTRAL WAIPU. ——— ■ i TUESDAY, 26th SEPTEMBER, 1911., At 1 p.m. Instructed by Mr DAN H. McKENZIE, the undersigned will offer at The Pines, Central, Waipu, on the above date: — 10 Grade Shorthorn COWS, just calved. 4 Grade Shorthorn COWS, to 1 calve October and November. 2 Halfbred Jersey HEIFERS, one year old. 1 Shorthorn BULL. 1 Seven-year-old GELDING, good coach herse. 1 Three-year-old Draught GELDINiG (unbroken). 1 Yearling FILLY, light draught. 'A. R. CRANE, Manager, L W. NELSON. iAuctionoer. AUCKLAND FARMERS , UNION, LTD.I
WAIPU, WEDNESDAY, 27th SEPT. typC Head Cattle OHAEAWAI, WEDNESDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER. A f\f\ Head Cattle MAUNGAKARAMEA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 2nd. IAA Head Cattle KAMO, TUESDAY OCTOBER 3rd, at 1 p.m. 75 BEE • Dairy and Store Stock WHANGAREI, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4th, at 1.30 p.m. yj A Head Beef P\C\( \ AIRY & Store Stock PIAJSTO FOR. SALE. Piano by Challen & Son, London, Iβ first-class order. TO LET. STAR HOTEL BUILDING, Kamo, 15? per week. Key can be had on application to Mr R. Whitelaw's, Kamo. FORJPBIYATE SALE. i 24 Romney Rams, 6-tooth and fresh full-mouth, including 10 purebred by Messrs Close and Bidwells. (498) LAND FOR SALS. FRUIT AND VINES. 15 ACRES with nearly 5 acres in .vines, and fruit trees, just coming Into profit. New 6-roomed house; metalled road to property. \ (1002) 477 ACRES' sandstone formation, all in grass, and rough feed with shelter bush clumps, suitable for, either dairying or grazing; iy z miles from post-office; cream cart passes; 9 paddocks, well watered, small orchard, barn, cowshed, dairy, and other outbuildings; £5 10s per acre. (1003) Dairying or Fattening land. Cow to 2 acres. 300 acres Q.R.P.* at £2 5s per acre. Situated in good dairying district. All rich ploughable land; Equal to Waimate Plains, when cleared of logs and stumps. 220 acres in grass, balance bush. Fenced and subdivided. House 3 rooms, outbuildings. Present stock: 170 bullocks fattening. Will carry 150 Dairy cows when all in grass. Price for goodwill and improvements, £12 15s per aore,. Terms can be arranged. The cheapest dairy farm on the market. 960 1% Acres with frontage to Mill Road. Small Orchard, eight rooms, and bath,room, gas and water laid on, wash-house, coal house, large stable and buggy shed. Easy terms . 1943) 162 Acres, Freehold. —3 miles ttbva. Wharf, %-mile from School, PO. and Telephone. Good dairying land. Limestone and freestone. Practically all ploughable. 40 acres alluvial flat. Ring-fenced and sub-ciivirt-ed into It) paddocks. Permane:' water in each paddock. House, 'i rooms. Barn, Cowshed, StableS, other Outbuildings. Carrying capacity 400 breeding ewes, 10 dairy cows, and 12 horses. Price, £8 per acre. Easy terms can be arranged. A cheap property. i'88O.) 1) 4 Acres Freehold part volcanic land. Half ploughable, 250 acres in grass, 70 acres bush, 40 acres swamp, balance rough feed; ring-fenced six | paddocks; handy to railway, school, P. 0., and Telephone; good metalled road. Present carrying capacity 400 sheep, 40 steers, capable of great improvement. Price £4 per acre, 369 30 Acres Rich Volcanic land, handy to Whansarei. Fenced mostly with stone walls. A beautiful piece of land. This class of property is hard to get. Price and further particulars on application. 961. bOO Acres Freehold, beautiful limestone country, half ploughable, salt water frontage; mile from dairy factory, school, P. 0., 3 miles from railway; 650 acres in grass, balance bush; fenced and subdivided into 6 paddocks; present stock 1000 sheep. Fine residence. Insured £800. Workman's cottage, stable, shearing shed, etc. Price £6 per acre. Terms, 25 Der cent, cash, balance 10 years. 703 AUCKLAND FARMERS' UNIOW, LTD. 4 A. R. CRANE, Manager.
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