Tbo High Co-i mi«sioner cnblps : — " Cockffool; matket fiirnpr, Bugine?B done with Danish at. Gi, Npw Zealand seed offered at 51 j , but no buyers" R. L&TTEB DUVAUOHELLE SALE. T\/T R. ROBEET LATTKR WILL HOLD 11)8 MID. MONTHLY STOCK SALE AT DTJVAUCHELLE ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1913, at the above Saleyards Present Entries— j pr THRBI3 YEAK OLDSTEEUSIt 1 1) forward condition J / \ TWO YEAR OLD STEERS, pood 1 \J colours ,j f\ YEARLINGS, mixed eexos Further Entries Invited. R LATTER, Auctioneer. W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LTD.
PRIVATE SALE. 1t) 0 ACRES Good Dairy and Cocksfoot Country, dose lo Creamery and School. Price • JE27 10s per Acre. W. D. WILKINS A SONS, LIMITED. W.D.WILKINS AND SONS AKAItOA AND DUVAUCHELLB H MATSON & CO. NOTICE TO CLIENTS. | _____ i OWING to the Strike we are unable toj consign (via Lyftelton) woolpacks, twine and other shearing requisites to those of our clients living at the Bays, We have herefore forwaided to our Little Kiver Agent (Mr L. J. Smith) a Stock of all such supplies. Ho will be glad to supply ! Clients upon request.—Yours faithfully, H. MATSON & CO. i
I MEETINGS. AKAROA REGATTA. A COMMITTEE MEETING will be held il- TFIIb TUESD\Y EVENING at 8 p,rn in the Borough Council Chambers, Bu3isE3B: To consider advisability i* postponing Regatta. A good attendance is requested. CHAS, W. L! ETE, Hon. Seo. PUBLIC NOTICES, AKAKOA POST OFFICE. W 7KITTEN TENDERS will bo nc-ived Wot the Public Work? Oilioe, Christ ohuroh, until NOON on aBUKsDAY, 4<b I) r-omber 1913 for ERECTION OF POST (1-FICK tit ksiroii Diftw.ng, specification*, f'c , m:ty be hphii n% the Public Wofkf Otlioi, (Jiiriatohurfih, and Post Ofiioe, Afearoa. Xo tender need necessarily be aocepted, J. H. DICKSON. Resident Engineer. Publio Works Office, Christoburch, November 15th, 1913. PENINSULA BALKYARDB CO., LIMITED. I"N acoordanca with the resolution paeeed at the lust annual me ting of the above "ompaoy to hold fortnightly balbb except dnring January and February, a SALE will be held on FIiTDAY NEXT, 2lst mat. CHAS. W. LEETE, Secretary. PENINSULA HORSE SHOW. LAUNCH RUNNING, rpHE Oil Launch "WAINUI" will leave JL New and 1 aly'a Wharves on Show Day at 10 a.m, 11 30 a.m, aud 1.15 p m. Fares-Adultß 1/6, Children Iβ. __ C. POOL. PENINbULA HORSE SHOW. LAUNCH TIMETABLE. T3UABINE will leave New and Daly's Whams at 10 a.m. and 1 pm Fare Is U, BASIL HENNING. NOTICE TO BEEKEEPERS. T)EEKBEPERS of the Peninsula are in O vited to meet together at the Council Chambers, Duvauchelle, at 11 a.m. on Show Day (Thursday) for the purpose of forming a Looal Branch of the National Beekeepers Association of New Zealand. W. B. BRAY, Convener, BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. TjUBSUANT to the terms of " The Bank- -!- ing Act, 1908," THURSDAY, the 20th' November, 1913 (Peninsula HoreeShow Day) is hereby appointed a Special Bank Holiday at the Akaroa Office of the Bank of New Zealand. WILLIAM CALLENDER, General Manager, Akaroo, Nov. 10,1913.
! NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB i TRANSFER OF LICENSE. | I T JAMES GEOHGE WBITMORE o: , -*- * Little Biver being the holder of a . Publican's License in respect of the house 3 and premises situate at Little Biver, do here. 3 by give notice that I desire to obtain, and I will at the next Licensing Meeting to be I hnlden at Little Biver on the second day of 9 December, 1913, apply for a Transfer of the -' said License from myself to FBANK WIL--3 LIAMWBIGHT, my appointee. I Dated the sixteenth day of October, 1913, 1 J. 0. WHITMORE, A..J. MiIXET, Soliditor, > 173 Cashel gtreet, Cbrieteburcb.
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