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Yesterday Mr Henry Stephenson offered for, sale by public auction, on behalf of Messrs Brown and McDonald, builders, who , are dissolving partnership, T.S. 1177, situated in Havelock Street West, comprising a quarter of sir acre of land. ; A large workshop (30 x 36) and a new stable, trapshed and stroeroom stands on the section. The property as a whole was sold • for £589 10s. . ■■■■;.■■■■'■ . : ; :

A gelding realised £7, a gig £9 15s, spring dray £9 and a rustic cart £8. A quantity of toofs were also disposed of.

A quarter-acre section, on which is erected a .six-roomed house, with outlious>es, 'lituated in McMurdo Street. Tunvald, was yesterday offered for sale tiy public auction by Mr H. A. Lloyd, oil behalf, of 31 r f- p. Clothier. The property vra& passed in at. £205.

For a long time (says the Auckland '''ikjil") i-hp- northern coast of the Auckland peninsula held the record for the largest knigush taken with a rod; tiiou ec-mo the news the. other day that a monstor, turning the scales at over 831b, bad been caught off the Waihi i>eaeh. in the Bay oi' Plenty. This was followed by Mr '"D. C. Campbell'*. 91----po'irder, taken near Russell, and the aoi'tlmr;'.- fisliu'jr ground lias had its .reputalbn still" further established hv ihp capture- of a oft. 2in. fish, which weighed 971b —tho henviest kingiish' fchat has yet been eauptht This magnifioent specimen fell to the r^d of Mr J. C'althorpe. of Auckland, and wps only semred -"i'ter a strenuous fight lasting over a:i hour and a half.

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PROPERTY SALES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8817, 13 March 1914

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PROPERTY SALES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8817, 13 March 1914

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