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_— ■ —- v H MATSON & CO. bi IMPORTANT SALE OF PENINSULA IMPORTANT SALE OF PENINSULA \ PROPERTY. PROPERTY. BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT DUVAUCHELLE SALE ON FRIDAY, 3hd APRIL 1914 i: H MATSON AND CO. (in conjunction i: , with. MR. BOBERT LATTER), i: v bave received instructions from the Trustees in the Estate of tbe late Jeremiah Hunt, of Pigeon Bay, to Sell by Publio Auction at the Duvauohelle Monthly Sale on tbe above date ■ the whole of the well-known property situated 1! at Pigeon 8ay.,'..-. '■:■ The land will be submitted in four blocks: BLOCK 1-HOMESTEADV 445 Acres or thereabouts, together with _, House of lOroomß.and all necesf Bary outbuildings. BLOCK 2—Known as Gl* LESPIE'S. x Containing 85 Acres, together with house of 8 rooms, cow yard, and shed, situate low down and close to the Main road . and side school. 1 BLOCK 3-Known aB NEIL'S. Comprising 40 Acre?, together with cot 2 tage of 6 rooms in good order, also cow .bed.' 2 BLOCK 4-Section comprising about 7 Acres Bevered from the above by Pettigrew's 2 road. On this there is a cottage of 7 . rooms and outbuildings: p Also at the same'time and place, we will cfler the goodwill of the following CANTER* j BURY COLLEGE RESERVE LEASE HOLDS: No. 1233—About 3o Acres fenced, together with whare, adjoining *the property of Mr Beynieb, about 3 years to run. ; Noa. 1217 and 1218—About 36 Acreß 2 roods 6 perches, fenced, 3 years to run The Auctioneers desire to draw special at- , tention to the above property, which is one of the original holdings on Banks Peninsula and has been in the Hunt family for many , The farms are situated handy to post office, , creamery, saleyards, etc., snd contain some of the beßt dairy end cocksfoot land on the Peninsula. Possession will be given on May 21st, 1914 TERMS—IO per cent, on the fall tbe ham mer, balance on completion, Full particulars from MESBRS SLATER AND SONS. Solicitors to the Estate Or from the Auctioneers— H. MATSON AND CO. Christchurch, And ROBERT LATTER. Barry's Bay. " PUBLIC NOTICES. ~~~~ WANTED." AHORSE, suitable, for tradesman's delivery cart, broken to saddle and harness. Must be quiet. Apply ' P. WEBTENEA, Gough's Bay. LAUNCH RUNNING. MB G. WHELCH, Proprietor Launch Toi Toi, will run Weekly Trips lo Wainui every FEIDAY, eommenoing FRIDAY, APRIL 3kd, 1914. Special Trips to the Lighthouse, Sceneiy | Nook, etc., can be arranged, as also Fishing - Excursions. The launch leaves Akaroa for Wainui at g am. every Friday Morning, and again at _p,m, on the return trip. G. WBELCH. , _ , m05bN,0., : 3.,v i ; ;•_.'■• ■ -..Akaroa.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4382, 27 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4382, 27 March 1914

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