I R LATTER DUVAUCHELLE SALE. %/T 15. ROBERT LATTER \IUA, HOLD niS MONTHLY STOCK SALE AT DUVAUCQELLE ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER sth, 1913, (TO-DAY) at the above Saleyards Present Entries — ] jr THHEE.YEAR OLD STEERS, in X t) forward condition QA TWO YEAR-OLD STEERS, good Ox) colours J A YEARLINGS, mixed sexes l o FAT AND STORE COWS Farther Entries Invited. R. LATTER, Auctioneer. W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LTD. PRIVATE BALE. i Q,} ACRES Good Dairy and Cocksfoot Country, close 1p Creamery and School. Price • £27 10s per Acre. I W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LIMITED. W. U. WILKINS AND SONB AKAItOA AND DIIVAUCHELLIS N.Z. FARMERS' CO OP. DUVAUCHELLE BALE. rpHE N.Z. FARMERS' CO OP. ASSN. X will SELL BY AUCTION At the Saleyards, Duvauohelle, ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER, sni. (TO. DAY), the following:— Qf\ TWO YEAR OLD STEERS Qpr ISiMONTHS OLD STEERS (very O U good) tjix 15 MONTHS OLD HEIFER 3 TA YEABLINGS (mixed sexes) . r. FAT STEERS N.Z FARMERS' CO OP., Auctioneers. THE N Z. FARMERS' COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION OF CANTERBURY, LTD. IMPORTANT LAND SALE. SUBDIVISION OF A PENINSULA PROPERTY INTO SEVEN FARMS. EASY TERMS. EASY TERM?. WE have received instructions from Messrs MoHale Bros, to offer tor Sale by PUBLIC AUCTION at Duvauchelle on FRIDAY, DECEMBER sth, 1913, Their well known Property c tuatedat Pigeon Bay, in ibe following lots:— Lot 1 83 0 0 Lot 2 195 2 0 Lot 3 .. .. ... 181 1 0 Lot 4 .. .... 26i 0 0 Lot 5 121 2 0 Lot G (Homestead Block) 226 2 0 Lot 7 25 227 EASY TERMS. EASY TERMS. 5 per cent Cash. 10 per cent Ist January, 1914. Balance May, 1916. Interest 5 per cent, This block of land is all easily ridable and lying well to the eun, is securely fenced and ' well watered by never failing springs and creeks. Originally heavy bueh country has 3 since been burnt and partly stumped. The ' soil is very heavy and causes a very heavy 9 stoul of grass and clovers. Tha major por> ' tion of the property is most suitable for Cocksr foot, and some very heavy crops have been harfeeted, The Pigeon Bay Cheese i, Factory being so handy to the property renders it an ideal one for dairying as a lot of the land '■ during the Bummer nonths would carry a beast to the acre. Then again the property lends itself to great improvement. On the homestead blook the improvement! con' sist of Dwelling House, with usual conveniences, Stables, Cowshed, also Woolshed and Yarda in good order. Seldom in this favoured district do properties come into the market like this one, for bona fide eala and on such Easy Terras, and tbore requiring land ol this description should not miss thia oppor tunlty, t, For full particulars and plan nnplj le N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP.', LTD , ftl /tJCtirrnjF 38 «ni«iiiiinw«wMii«Miw«JHii«i«iiwiiwiiwwi«uiiii«iii mm J! SINGER SβWING MACHINE X COMPANY. or C\ mi MR h ' lIICHIE . successor to M ° V-/ Glen, will Tisit the Bays and Akaro . on or about 2a i> DECEMBER. he v 3r < WANTED. ;or TN or near Akaroa, from about Decercbe A 20th till end of January next, FUI 1) NISHED HOUSE of from 3to 6 rooms, c furnished apartments, tor healthy familj Apply promptly, "INDENT," Bo* 99, Cbristchurcb. at —- — ROYAL MAIL MOTOR COACHEi AKAROA AND LITTLE RIVER PILKINGTON'S Motor Conches leei Akaroa dally at 9 a.m. to connO' with mid-day train at Little River. ice. Every Tuesday the motors will lea' Akaroa at 12 o'clock, returning from Litt BJver,at 1.30 p.m., on and utter TTJESDA NOVEMBER i. \ ■: Mail oar will run as luual, leaving Akari 9 a.m., returning 11.io a.m. from tit . Biwr. V ( »• FAKB ?g. \ Tdlegift'na: PiHtington* Aiaroa, Telenhiiii f. ' .-.'. Ho.'o.AJwm.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913
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