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• W. 'U. WILKINS & SONS, LTD. | PRIVATE SALE. r | Of) ACRES Good Dairy and Oocka foot Country, close to Creamery ant School. . Price • £27 103 per Aore. • W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LIMITED. f •-. : . ___ ; W. D. WILKINS AND SONB ' AKAROA AND DUVAUCBELLE H MATSON & CO. ! PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. PENINSULA 1 iROPE TV. ENINSUIA JTBOPE TV. BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT DUVAU- , CBFLLE SALE ON FRIDAY, 3rd APRIL HMATFON AND CO. (in conjunction . with MR. ROBERT LiTTER), have received instructions from tbe Trustees' in the Estate of the late Jeremiah Hunt, of Pigeon Bay, to Sell by Public Auction at th" Duvaucbelle Monthly Sale on the above date the whole of his late property situated at Pigeon Bay, and comprising sry f\ ACRES, more or less, with al #\J buildings and improvements thereon; also at the same time and place \y l ACRES, more or less, as it is at pre** I x ent leased from the,Canterbu*y Edu cation Board, with almost two yean to run. The Auctioneers wish to draw special at ention to the above property, which is one of the original holdings on Banks Peninsula, and has been in tbe Hunt family for manji 3 ears. Tho propeaty is handy to post office, orerfmery, saleyarde, etc , and comprises some of tha best dairy end cocksfoot land on the Peninsula. , * Full particulars will be advertised in future issues. H. MATSON AND CO. ROBERT LATTER. Joint Auctioneers. X ITTLE RIVER SALE CENTRAL SALBYARPS. * TUESDAY, 24th MARCH. 1914. PRESENT ENTRIES INCLUDEAccount Mr Ja«, Londrigan— rK 24 YEAR FAT AND FORWARD , O STEERS. Account Mr Jno. Londrigan— Q.» GOOD CALVE.S. Other. Entries— ft FAT COWS. tjA CALVES. Account Knudsen Bros., Pigeon Bay— • At\ -HEAD 18 MONTHS STEEBS. Aocpunt 5.,8. Barclay, Little River — 4K TWO-TOOTH CROSSBRED ( WETHERS. Further Entries Solicited. H. MATSON & CO., Auctioneers. MEETINGS. AKAROA ATHLETIC SPORTS CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. THE Annual Meeting of the Akaroa Athletic Sports Club will be held at the Akaroa Borough Council Chambers, on TO NIGHT. March 20th, at 7.30 p.m. Business—To receive Annual Report and Balance B*hee', elect Officers, revise Progiamn c, and Gentral, A _03(f atter dance ia i< qnested. v W. F, M. JACOBSON, Hon. Sec. AKAKOA GUN CLUB. A GENERA' ■ MEETING of Members and intending Members of the above-Club will be held at the Madeira dole! at 8 pm. on MONDAY NEXT, 23rd March, to elect Officers and arrange opening shoot. D. HANDISIDE*, Sec. pro. tern. AKAROA CORONATk N LIBRARY ANNUAL MEETING, THE -. Annual Meeting of the Akaroa Coronation Library will be held in the Library on TUESDAY NEXT, March 24th, 1914. at 8 pm. Business—To adopt Annual Report and Balance sheet, elect Officers, and General. Commitee meets at 7.30 p.m. E. M. JACOBBON, Hon. Seo. BOAI> io&KD NOTICES. LE BON'S BAY ROAD BOARD WHARF ROAD IMPROVEMENTS. GOVERRNMENT GRANT £230 TENDERS will be received up to 5 p.m. on 27th March for re-grading, walling and fencing portions of the Le Bon's Bay wharf Road. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Clerk's residence, Le Bon's. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. R. BRUCE, Clerk to Board. PIGEON BAY ROAD BOARDUNPAID RATES. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all' Bates due to the Pigeon Bay Road Board, unless paid before 31st March, 1914, will be sued for with 10 per cent, added. . S. H. SALT, ■ Clerk to Board. MAROA~AND WAINUI ROAD • BOARD; I UNPAID RATES. ORDER of the Board, proceedings will j, --*-* be taken for tte recovery of all rates unpaid on March 31st Mavoh, 1914. G. H, O'OALLAGHAN, 1 ' Clerk*to Board,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4380, 20 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4380, 20 March 1914

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