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,|. »t M'.T>ON .* CO. » 'UUVAUCHBLLE 5 MONTHLY STOCK SALE, I "Vf ESSRS H. MATSON & CO. will hold , ixl a Monthly Stock Sale at Duvauohello i on i , FRIDAY, APRIL 3nD, 1914. i Present Entries— On a/v J. H tyward. E<(].. Robinson's Bay— j I A HI AD FAT AND FORWARD , 14 ' BULLOCKS On a/o Client— 1 r\ 2yr old HEIFERS in calf •r\ 18 MONTHS STEERS | Other Entries— n HE\D FAT CATTLE ,j SPRINGERS CALVES Further Entries Solicit'd. H. MATSON & CO., Auctioneers. IMPORTANT SALE OF PENINSULA IMPORTANT SALE OF PENINSULA PROPERTY. PROPERTY. BY PUBLIC AUCHoN AT DUVAUCBFLLF. SALE ON FRIDAY, 3rd APRIL 1914 HMATFON AND CO. (in conjunction . with' MR. ROBERT LATTER), have received instructions from the Trustees in the Estate cf the late Jeremiah Hunt, of Pigeon Bay, to Sell by Public Auction at the Duvauohelle Mdnthly Sale on tbe above date he whole of the well-known property situated at Pigeon Bay. The land will be submitted in four blocks: BLOCK I—HOMF STEAD. 445 Acres or thereabouts, together with House of 10 rooms, and all neces sary outbuildings. BLOCK 2-Known bb GILLESPIE'F. Containing 85 Aorer, together with house «f 8 rooms, cow yard, and shed, situate low down and close to tbe Main road and side school. BLOCK 3-Known as NEIL'S. : Comprising 40 Acres, together with cot tnge of 6 rooms in good order, also cow Ebed. BLOCK 4—Section comprising about 7 Aore g severed from the above by Pettigrew'g road. On this there is a cottage of 7 rooms and outbuildings: Also at the same time and place, we will offer the goodwill of the following CANTER. BURY COLLEGE RESERVE LEASEHOLDS: No. 1233—About 85.. Acres fenced, together with wbarp, adjoining the property of Mr Reynitb, about 3 years to tun. Nos. 1217 and 1218—About 3G Acres 2 roods 6 perches, fenced, ab. tit 3 years to run. The Auctioneers desire to draw special at; tention to the above properly, wbich is one of the original holdings on Banks Peninsula and baa been in tbe Hunt family for many years.. The farms are situated handy to post'office, c"eomery, saleyards, etc., snd contain some of the best dairy end cocksfoot land on the Peninsula. Possession will be given on May 21st, 1914 TERMS—IO per cent, on Ibe fall the ham mer, balance on completion, Full particulars from MESSES SLATER AND SONS. Solicitors to the Estate Or from the Auctioneers— ' H. MATSON AND CO. Christchurcb, And ROBERT LATTER. Barry's Bay. ■^w^w^ww^i mmmmMmmmmmmmwmmmmmmwm*<m —» MEETINGS. AKA! OA FOOTBALL CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. rpHE Tweuty.fifih Annual General Mcc t -*- ing of Members of the Akaroa Foot ball Club will be held at the Akaroa Borough Council Chambers, TO-MORROW (Wednesday), at 7.30 p.m. > Business.—To receive Annual Report and Balance Sheet, Election of Officers, and [ General, AH Members and intending Members are requested to attend. ' R. BRUCE. Hon. Sec. COUNTY COUNCIL NOTICES. AKAROA COUNT! COUNCIL. UNPAID RATES. 1, V Order of the Council," proceedings J will be taktn to recover all rates un« paid by 14th. April 1914. G. H.O'CALL/'GHAN County . . NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. HOLIDAY EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued from any station to any station on the South Island Main Line and Branches, also over the North Island Main Line and Branches, from April 7th to April 13th mculsive, and to Christchurcb from Ashburton, Waikari, and-intermediate stations, inducting branches, by trains arriving at Christchrist not later than noon on 14th, 15th and 18th April, all available for returr till 14th May. BI ORDER. TENDEES to close at tho public True Office, Christchurcb, at 5 p.m. on Btt APRIL NKXT, are invited for a YEAR'S TENANCY of 17 Acres of Cocksfoot lam situate Port Levy Summit road, and belnj the property ot John Denny or Tcone Tene Particulars and Conditions of Lease ane Form of Tender on application to Constabh Whatman, Little River, or PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE, Christchurcb. LOST. ON Monday, at the Ford, Main road Little River, a DARK TWEED OVE] COAT. Finder will be rewarded on returnin same to Mr Pilkington's oars, or "Akaro Mail" Office. ' LAUNCH RUNNING. 3 Tiyiß G. WHELCH, Proprietor Launo i-'X Toi Toi, will run Weekly Trips t Wainui every FRIDAY, commencing FRIDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1914. Special Trips to the Lighthouse, Scene! Nook, etc, oan be arranged, as also Fiehir. 13 Excursions. '* The launch leaves Akaroa for Wainui i dI 9 am. every Friday Morning, and again : p.m, on the return trip. 1 G. WHELCH, * Those No, 33, Akaroa.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4383, 31 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4383, 31 March 1914

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