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mmWmmmmmmTtmXmmmmmmWmmmmWmmmmmmmmmmmt. r;"latter. j ! DUVAUCHELLE SALE. |yi"R. ROBERT LATTER WILL HOLD HIS MONTHLY STOCK SALE, AT DUVAUCHELLE FRIDAY, MARCH 6th, 19!3. at the above Saleyards Present Entries— .jf\ HEAD FAT CATTLE THREE YEAR OLD STEERS, in J_t/ forward condition. .)A TWO Y«BAR OLD STEERS, good O\J ooloujs A A YEARLINGS, mixed sexea. Further Entries Invitpd. R. LATTER, Auctioneer. W. D, WILKINS & SONS, LTD. . r — PRELIMIMARY NOTICE. KINGSTON'S "ESTATE, ROBIN SON'S BAY. WE have been instracted 1 y the Trustees to offer the a':ove in three lots if QA, AC^ES HQ. ACRES (Homestead) prt\ ACRES L' the Duvauchelle Sale June sth. Posses, sion Ist July. W. I). WILKINS & SONS, LTD, Auctioneres. PRIVATE SALE. I Q O ACRES Good Dairy and Cock*oot Country, close 0 Creamery and School. Price - £27 10a per Acre. W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LIMITED. W. D.WILKINS AND SONS AKAROA AND DUVAUCHELLE H MATSON & CO. DUVAUCHELLE MONTHLY STOCK SALE. MESSRS H. MATSON & CO, will hold a Monthly Stock Sale at Duvauchelle m FRIDAY, MARCH Gth. Speoial Entry — la account A B and G MeKay, Pigeon Bay: It \ TWO TOOTH ENGLISH LEICES.----14 TER RAMS. On account clientIS- EIGHTEEN-L'ONTHS CATTLE. )n account P. Moore, Okain's Bay— I A PRIME FAT 2J YEAR OLD 1U ' HEIFERS Other entries— 1 q EIGHTEEN-MONTHS CATTLE. FAT BULLOCKS. A FAT COWS. f> A CALVES. Further Entries Solicited, H, MATSON & CO., Auctioneers. BANKS PENINSULA LIVE FTOCK BANKS PENINSULA LIVE STOCK BANKS PENINSULA LIVE STOCK SALES. SALES. SALES. 10 EE HELD. AT LITTLE RIVER. THIS irrportant centre must not be over looked, Theie are thousands of acre? >f the best grazing country in the world. The grazier wants to buy, therefore the lealer is safe to tiy the market with lines hat will suit the district, and there are jraziers who Lave stock to sell, therefore the juyers from the Plains can visit with Bafety. The sales are growing in popularity and it aas been agreed among-1 the different agents iransacting business to hold eales on the jndermentioaed dates, f a'es will be held at Little River on— TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24th. TUE DAY, MARCH 10th. TUESDAY, MARCH 24th. Those having consignments lor these Ba,les please notify the varicuß agents, so that they can be duly advertised. H. MATSON & CO T}ANKS PENINSULA SHEEP FAIR TUESDAY, MARCH 10th. and TUESDAY, MARCH 24. H MATSON AND CO. will Sell on ac . count MR J F. BUCHANAN, Kin locb. (in conjuunction with MESSRS PYNE AND CO), on TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 800 Two tooth Threequarterbred Ewes » 250 Four and Five yesr old (rossbre< Ewes On account Messrs Goodwin Bios. Pigeoi Bay— 250 Sound mouth Ewes On account Geo. Stanbury, Esd— 20 One and a Half year old St«ers 40 This season's Calvea (mostly steers) Both these lines are shorthorns. On account Mrs E D. Hooker, Wainui - 300 Four and Five year old Crossbre • wes 200 Mixed Sex Crossbred Lambs On account W- Hayward, Esq, Wainu — 800 Five year old Crossbred Ewes On account Peninsula Client — 100 Sound mouth Crossbred Ewes On acoount of a Client— 120 Six and Eight tooth Fine Threequa terbred Ewes On aooount Mrs R. Birdling— 35 Two and a Halt year old S'.eerigood line OTHER ENTRIES: 4 Springerß 20 Eighteen months old Cattle, 45 Calvi The above are splendid lines of well groi threeqnartetbred Ewes, and we are taki this timely opportunity of notifying t publio that they will be placed inthe op market as usual for publio competition. I We shall be glad to receive particulars intended entries for either o( tbe tures, H. MATSON & CO., Auctioneers

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4376, 3 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4376, 3 March 1914

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