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Y'/ :v . '—^Vi/.-.:-!;.■•;■." Whilst it is necessary to pay, particular attention to-thejclasa ~ of breed and the conditions, unde'" < - w.iich poultry and pigs are,raised, > these avail nothing- if proper attuition is'nofc bestowed on their disposal. l ' , For ovei; 31 years Mr J. Jones,'" of Victoria and Lome Streets, Auckland, has specialised in,.the disposal of this class of live stock.. '. and as a result his connection has °;rown wonderfully. -This latter . fact has brought him -in close touch with'all consumers,*and the prices • obtained — especially of Aate conclusively that the . producers cannot do better than entrust him with the disposal of their pips and poultry: • , A trial consignment will convince the farmers of this district that;*they/have/;taken 'the right course.;; Mr Jones invites corres;Ponde;rtcel./and;assures correspondents prompt replies. ' A feature of their business that has come prominently under our .notice of late has beeivthepromp- - titude displayed in the forwardingl of account sales and; cheque, v These invariably come to hand by ■ return mail. « • , , : The firm has been established , for over 31 years, and besides disposing of poultry and pigs they have a big connection with tho producers of fruit, dairy and farm produce, many of whom have found it profitable to obtain in return all the. .grain necessary''"' v for feeding and cropping, In " fact they act as buyers and sellers for farmers situated far anrl wide/throughout the Auckland province. ■ Although there are. several', people'with the name of Jones .in Auckland, there is only one auctiorieer with the name of J. Joric s. '' whose trade mark is "J.J." A, .

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Te Puke Times, Te Puke Times, Volume II, Issue II, 19 September 1913

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POULTRY AND PICS FOR PROFIT Te Puke Times, Volume II, Issue II, 19 September 1913