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/ Mapping competition, Mr L AI Diteiy. ■,;■-■■•■ l>. - : \ ' ; A vote of thunka to the ohairraan - Indi outgoing offioera terminated tbe \i meeting!; f; f ' <======. • ty The Recent Ifipidemics of fe* A Smallpox and Diphtheria i*jj| Would-certainly not have attained such pro 1 portions Ml the hygienic fact wtre more' h -" genecdliy known thatthe disioteotion of the *' bfiath by a reliable and harmless antiseptic in » great protecting factor against all ailT menta where the infection is through tbe - I irofafor reapiratory tract. By rutting threes dropT>of SANDfiH'B EDO&LYPTI EXI TACT, on a piese of loaf-sugar, and allowI ing it to dissolve in the mouth, that oavity is. Ip Ihoroaghlr dijiafeeted. The volatile nature W of SANDEB'B EXTRACT makes it penetrate p 5 e/efjr crevice. SANDlfiß'd hXIUACT ia not naneeous nor depressing like the common euc<*lyptua, and possesses great anticeptio power. By using SANDER'S EATRACT you avoid the uncertain composition of the lozenge; yon have the benefit of the Etroogest antiseptic that can be used with ft cafety, and the result ia protection from all infection,. t? Continuation of News on back pane PUBLIC NOTICES. ~—— —~— > H MATSON & CO. < TITTLE' RIVER SALE « CENTRAL BALEYARD3. TUESDAY, 24th MARCH, 1914. PRESENT ENTRIES INCLUDEAccount Mr Ja9. Londrigan — Tpr 21 YEAR FAT AND FORWARD ~Xt) STEERS. Acoount Mr Jno. Londrigan— • <,¥.» GOOD CALVES. Othn Entries— * a fat cows. *jrk CALVE 3. Knudsen Bros., Pigeori Bay— ■ HEAD 18 MONTHS STEERS. , Atioount S. 8. Barolay, Little River - TWO TOOTH CROSSBRED " 0 I WETHERS. Fuither Entries Solicited. . H-. MATSON & CO.; Auctioneer. IMPORTANT BALE OF PENINSULA IMPORTANT SALE OF PENINSULA ! PHOPERTY. if PROPERTYBY lUBLIC AUCTION AT DUVaUCHfiLLE SALE ON FRIDAY, 3bd APillL . ■•■• ) . ;. ion •■ •■. . • H MATSON AND 00. (in conjunction , with MR. ROBERT LifTER), have received instructions from the Trustees in the Estate of the late Jeremiah Hunt, ol Pigeon Bey, to Sell, by Public Auotion at thp §;Dav».uohelie Monthly~Sale on the above date V the "wholt of the well-known property situated ;■• at Pigeon Bay. , k .The land will be submitted; in four blocks: Wt BLOCK I—HOMESTEAD. : 445 Acres or thereabouts, together with House of 10 rooms, and, all neces , sary outbuildings. . BLOCK 2-Known as Glf LESPIEV. Containing 85 Aores, together with house of 8 rooms, co* yard, and shed, situate low down and close to the Main road , and lide school. ___BLOCK 3-Known as NEIL'S. " Comprising 40 Acres, together with cot tage of 6 rooms in good order, also cow shed. BLOCK 4—Section comprising about 7 Aore a severed from the above by Pettigrew's road. Oα thie there is a cottage of 7 rooms and outbuildings: Alio at the same time and place, we wil' oflei the goodwill of the following CANTER BUBI COLLEGE RESERVE LEABB HOLDS: No. 1233—About 35, Acres fenced, together I with where, adjoining the property of Mr Beyniab, about 3 yean to run. ' Nos. 1217 and 1218 -About 36 Acres 2 roode 6 perches, fenced, ab nt 3 years to run The Auctioneers desire to draw ipecial at tentlon to the above property, whioh is one of the original holdings on Banks Peninsula, and oh been in the Hunt family for many " The iarme are situated handy to post office, creamery, ealeyarde, etc., and contain some of the beet dairy end cocksfoot land on the P«ninsnl». Poßiestion will be given on May 21st, 1914 TERMS—IO per cent, on the fall cf the ham mer, btlanoe on completion, Fall particular! from MESSRS SLATER AND SONS. .. Solicitors to the Estate Or horn the Auctioneers— ~ . ,H. MATSON AND CO. ■ Cbriatohurob, And' ROBERT LATTER. Barry's Bay. T ITTLE BIVEB oAL Jβ i , CENTRAL YARDS. I' - TUESDAY, 24th MARCH, 1914. 'j Present Entries include: $ Aoocuat Mr D. Cart, Kinbch, rtKA FOUB-tEAROLD THREE ' AD\) QUABTERBRED EWES, good Further Entries Invited. N.Z FARMERS' CO-OP, - ■-•■■.•■■.-' '■■ Anctioneers. 1 S.Z. FARMERS' CO OP., LTD , I N,Z. SHEEP BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION , (80UTH ISLAND). 4 TPLICATION for registration of w m J\. English Leioester Flock (under Rule Iβ) has been made by Mr J, 0. Coop, Littl Biver. V Objeotions (if any) to above application mnst be lodged with the Secretary on or be fore 25th March,l9l4. Full particulars regarding above applica j. tion may be eeen at the Secretary's Om'c« { Canterbury Hall, Christohurch. j C. B, PEMBERTON, ¥ - "' Seoreta'y. $ RQAD BOARD NOTICES. PIGEON BAY ROAD BOARD UNPAID RATES. OTIC? IS HEBEBY GIVEN tbat all % IS ' :XBates due to the Pigeon Bay Road - Board, onleei paid before 31st March, 1914, will bt'iUii for with 10 per cent, added. 8. H. SALT, Cl wk to Board.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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