It L4TTKK LITTLE RIVER. 28ih APRIL, 1914. ; CLEARING SALE OF- HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. MR. R. LATTER has received inetruo j tiona from Mrs Sidney Harris, who is leaving tbe district, TO SELL,BY PUBLIC AUCTION on the above date, the whole of her Household Furniture and Effeots. ALL PRACTICALLY NEW FUBNITURE Main items inolude—Piano. American organ, drawing suite, Brussels carpet, over mantel, occasional tables, extension table, handsome mirror and sideboard,, Chesterfield nasy ohairs, sofa, ornaments, curtains, pictures, books, olooke, fenders and irons, china glassware, cutlery, duohesse tables, obaire, washstande and ware, double and single bed steads and bedding, kitchen utensils and crockery, mangle, washer and wringer, iawn mower, sewing machine, vacuum cleaner, pot plants, garden tools, 2 milch cows, gig and harness, spring dray and names?, hillside plough 1 set double harness, saddle and bridles, a number of ducks and fowls, sun dries, etc. Sale at 11 a.m. sharp. Luncheon provided. , ' t ' R. LATTER, Auctioneer.
W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LTD. COWS. WE have a DAIRY of 24 Cows for Sals Bt £8. Intending purchasers may try these Cows before they are dried cil. COCKSFOOT FARM. FOB SALE-A COCKSFOOT FARM of 75 Acres a* £30 103 per aorrsjHr __/ W. D. WILKINS AND SONS AKAKOA AND DUVAUCHELLE N.Z, FARMEBS" CO.OP. TITTLE RIVER SALE JLj — central yards. TUESDAY, 21sx APJBIJL, 1914 PRESENT ENTRIES INCLUDE - Account Mr Steele Hay— tA FORWARD WETHER 3 , Farther Entries Invited. N Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD , Auctioneres. PENIN<UL\ LAND. BY PRIVATE AUCTION, AT DUVAUCHELLE, ON FRIDAY, MAY Ist. ■. i ■ . WE have received instructions from Mesßrs MoHale Brcs M to offer for BALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, as atove, 264 JoßEe - being the .unsold portion of their estate. This Block of land is all easily rideable and lying well to the sun, is securely fenoed, and well watered by never.failing springs and creeks. A large portion of this Block is most suitable for/ cocksfoot. The Pigeon Bay Cheese Factory being bo handy render B this Block in ideal one for dairying. This being the only lot loft, ie now on the market for bona fide sale. EA"-T TERMS. EASY TERMS. 5 per cent Cash. 10 per cebt on possession. Balance May, 1916. All unpaid purchase money 5 per cent. N.Z FARMERS' CO-OP., Auctioneers. H MATSON & CO.
A BANKS PENINSULA SHEEP FARM. "YT[7E have a proposition of between 800 V\ and 900 AGREES, WE KNOW TO BE BIGHT. 0* ners of other farms who know the plaoe, admit its worth, and have it already ear« marked in the event of their own being sold. In October last there were 1300 ewes on the place, with lambe at foot, 200 dry sheep, 60 bead of cattle and 6 horses. The average for lambs was 107 per cent We have far. ther details regarding its capacity, and the financial position. There is a 7-roomed House, with h. and o , all conveniences, all outbuildings, sheepyards tmd dip, etc. If you want a place that is known to be right at the price asked, kindly communicate nt onoe, Fol. 406 H. MATSON and CO.. Agent. LITTLE RIVER SALE. LITTLE BIVER SALE. TUESDAY NEXT, 21st APRIL. TUESDAY NEXT, 21st APRIL CENTRAL YABD3. npHE NEXT LITTLE RIVER SALE will X be held on the above date, PRESENT ENTRIES/i /c Estate late Jas Londrigan — l far HEAD FAT AND FORWARD 1 0 BULLOCK 9 A/c Mr A. Murray— ;a f? HEAD 18 MONTHS CATTLE A/c Stanbury Bros-' ry FIRST CALF HEIFERS A/o Mr B. Reynish - MIXED CONSIGNMENT CATTLE A/o Pigeon Bay Clientele r\ MIXED SEX LAMBS Ai LAMBS Other Entries— If\ 18 MONTHS STEERS prr\ FORWARD WETHERg q/~| CALVES A FAT CATTLE OA STOBE LAMBS H. MATSON & CO. AuoVoneerE,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4389, 21 April 1914
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